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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Shaw's, Play'
Will Feature
All-Star Cast
The Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
will become the scene of national
interest to the theatre world when
George Bernard Shaw's "Getting
Married" plays a one week stand
here beginning June 12.
After the last performance for
the Drama Season, the entire pro-
duction will depart on a national
road tour which will include many
midwestern cities and the west
coast.
Sometime next fall the show will
settle down for a Broadway run
in the newly established American
National Theatre Academy play-
house.
Cedric Hardwicke, Mady Christ-
ians, Dennis King, Judith Evelyn,
Arthur Treacher, Ralph Forbes,
John Buckmaster, Colin Keith-
Johnston, Margaret Bannerman,
and Dora Sayers are included in
the all-star production.
The play will be directed by
Hardwicke, who has just com-
pleted starring and directing in
another Shaw revival, "Caesar and
Cleopatra," for the Broadway
theatre.
Tickets for "Getting Married"
and the musical drama, "The
Barrier," which will open a six-
night run Monday at Lydia Men-
delssohn, are on sale at the
theatre box ofice.

GRIEF STRICKEN:
MSC 'Spartan' To Hold
Last Rites forGargovle

Now that Garg is down for the
count, the Spartan is going to
tramp on him.
Michigan State's humor maga-
zine, grown bold on hearing of
Gargoyle's recent demise, is invad-
ing this campus to hold funeral
services for the little horned de-
mon at noon today in front of the
General Library.
The Happy Spartan Mortuary
Service will arrive shortly before
noon, complete with hearse and
funeral procession, according to
Dick Smith, the magazine's busi-
ness manager.
"We are really stricken with
grief at this bereavement to the
student body of the University of
Michigan," Smith murmured, "and
we can only hope that we can in
Textbooks Needed
The campus-wide drive for
books for the Textbook Lending
Library will begin on June 5 and
continue until June 15.
Receptacles will be placed in
student residences for the collec-
tion of any 'type of college text-
book, whether in current use or
obsolete.
The Textbook Lending Library,
located in Angel Hall study hall,
loans textbooks to students whose
financial situation indicates that
they are in need of such a loan.

some way relieve the tears of your
mighty institution."
Despite the burial plans there
is some doubt on campus as to
whether Garg is actually dead.
Although the Board in Control
of Student Publications recently
discontinued publication of the
humor magazine, a group of stu-
dents plan to publish Gargoyle un-
officially next fall. They hope
eventually to get the magazine
back under the Board in Control.

Photogs

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued on Page 5)
Chandler, 1025 AH; Cherniak, 1209
AH; Cook, 102 Ec; Coyle, 1025 AH;
Culbert, 2203 AH; Donaldson, 3017
AH; Edwards, 2013 AH; E. Engel,
2003 AH; Everett, 212 AH; Fel-
heim, 1025 AA; Goodman, 3017
AH; Gross, 215 Ec; Hampton, 205
MH; Hendricks, 101 Ec; Hend-
ricks, 2016 AH; Hill, 225 AH; How-
ard, 1018 AH; M. Kelley, 4003 AH;
J. Kelly, 4203 AH; Klomp, 231 AH;
Lamberts, 205 MH; Maloff, 2231
AH; Marshall, 205 MH; McCue,
231 AH; McLeod, 2225 AH; J. Mil-
ler, 2014 AH; P. Miller, 2 Ec;
Moon, 2 Ec; Newman, 3017 AH;
Orel, 215 Ec; Paterson, 4208 AH;
Robertson, 231 AH; Rogers, 3010
AH; Ross, 202 SW; Savage, 2215
AH; Weaver, 2003 AH; Shedd, 22-
25 AH; Simpson, 225 AH; Slatoff,
1025 AH; Slote, 1007 AH; Earl
Smith, 209 AH; Edgar Smith, 101
Ec; Sparrow, 2219 AH; Speckard,
3231 AH; Van Syoc, 229 AH; Walt,
18 AH; Walton, 102 Ec; Weimer,
2225 AH; Whan, 200 SW.
Make-up Examination for both
English 1 and 2:
Mon., June 12, 7-10 in 2225 AH
Doctoral Examination for Shih-
Hua Tsao, Mathematics; thesis:
"On Groups of Order g-p2g' ", Fri.,
June 2, 3006 Angell Hall, 2 p.m.
Chairman, R. Brauer.
Doctoral Examination for Mi
Lee, Electrical Engineering; the-
sis: "The Electromagnetic Fields
generated in Rectangular Cavities
and Wave Guides by Various Types
of Sources", Fri., June 2, 2514 E.

Engineering Bldg., 2 p.m. Chair-
man, S. S. Attwood.
Doctoral Examination for Mil-
ton Charles George, Geography;
thesis: "The Settlement of the
Connecticut Western Reserve of
Ohio", Tues., June 6, 210 Angell
Hall, 3 p.m. Chairman, S. D.
Dodge.
Doctoral Examination for Geo-
rge Clifford Ackerlund, Education;
thesis: "Federal Attitudes Toward
Public Support of Sectarian Edu-

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cation," Mon., June 5, 1433 Uni-
versity Elementary School, 3 p.m.
Chairman, J. B. Edmonson.
Summer School Juniors, Seniors,
and N.C.F.D.'s in the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students enrolling in Summer
Session ,who have not had their
elections approved, must report to
1025 Angell Hall one-half day be-
fore they are scheduled to register.
Advisers' hours during registration
are as follows:
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THE BIRDIE TURNS - The
1950 Ensian photography staff
smiles for colleague, Ed Kozma,
who shot the picture. Top to
bottom, Herb Harrington, Ralph
Clark, Alan Reid, Burt Sapo-
witch, Pete Mann, Carlisle Mar-
shall, Wally Barth, Bud Rauner,
Barnie Laschever, Hank Tyson
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THE MICHIGAN CREED
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