FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1949
ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Jaarsma To Dedicate Center
Speakers Hold STUDENT PRODUCTION:
Banquet Today 'Boy Meets Girl' G
Speaking on "A Christian Wit- corner of Forest and Washtenaw,
ness on a Campus," Dr. Cornelius at 7:30 p.m. today.
Jaarsma, of Calvin College, Grand Dr. George Goris of Grand Rap-
Rapids, will keynote the dedica- ids, will "hand over the keys" to
tion ceremonies at the opening of the Rev. Leonard Verduin, minis-
a new Evangelical Center on the ter for the chapel.
oes on S
ENJOY GOOD FOOD
at the rustic
LOG CABIN INN
The 20th annual Tung Oil ban-
quet, sponsored by Sigma Rho
Tau, engineers stump speakers so-
ciety, will be held at 6:45 p.m. to-
day at the League.
George Schoonmaker, Toledo
city manager for nine years, will
deliver the main address on "The
Engineer in City Government."
A welcoming address will be
given by- Edward Nell, 130E and
137M. As an undergraduate Nell
was a charter member of Sigma
Highlighting the evening's pro-
gram will be the presentation of
the Tung Oil Crown. The crown'
will go to the faculty member who
presents the best impromptu
speech on a topic suggested by the
By FRAN IVICK
The curtain will go up at 8 p.m.
tonight on "Boy Meets Girl." spir-
ited satire on Hollywood which is'
the latest production in a series
of successes by the Michigan Stu-
A rollicking hit when presented
on Broadway, this comedy by
Samuel and Bella Spewack romps
through the machinations of two
down-and-out script writers who
try to reach movib-making fame
by making a star out of an illegit-
* * *w
THE CHILD'S waitress-mother,
played by Bunny Bramwell, in-
volves them in greater troubles
when she falls in love with a visit-
ing British actor, portrayed
Punctuating the play with his
misinformation is Walt Shaffer,
in the part of the bombastic pro-
ducer who adjusts facts to con-
form to his cinematic impulses.
Further complications and an
abundance of fabulous characters
round out the show, which is un-
der the direction of Mike Cetta.
Other cast members are Nobby
Nahabedian, Ed Micllef, Red Cor-
bett and Jan Bout, psychology
student who has been observing
the entire production to find out
if directors are or are not sane.
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TONIGHT'S performance, which
will be given in the Masoni
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