~II N~~hiAN ILY i
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1949
NO STRINGS ATTACHED:
New Group Seeks 'Puppet Regime'
By JANET WATTS
Jerry Witt, '51, has his way,
he'll set up a puppet regime with
no strings attached in the Uni-
But Witt isn't advocating a rev-
olution. Instead, he wants to or-
ganize a working group to make
Continuous from 1:30 P.M.
TODAY and THURS.!
puppets, write skits and help pro-
* * *
"THE PLAN IS designed for en-
joyment since puppetry is an ex-
cellent means for self expression.
People interested in clay modelling
or writing may find self release
in working with this group," he
And Witt should know what
he is talking about, for he has
been making puppets since he
was 14 years old. For several
years in his boyhood he partici-
pated in a neighborhood puppet
group in the East Bronx.'
His interest in puppetry reap-
peared this summer when he
helped put on shows to demon-
strate principles of group dy-
namics at a Lisle Fellowship group
in Howell, Michigan.
PUPPETRY IS A fine way to
illustrate such principles, accord-
ing to Witt.
"Puppets with exaggerated
features are the best way to
carry out parodies of such things
as politics. In this respect pup-
pets are better than marionettes
Book on Display
An exhibit of Libro Hispan-
americano - Spanish American
Book will go on display at 7:30
p.m. today in the West Gallery of
the Rackham Building.
Sponsored by Phi Iota Alpha,
Latin American fraternity, the ex-
hibit, which commemorates Co-
lumbus day, will be the spring-
board for discussions of Spanish
America literature by a group of
faculty members of the Romance
Language Department from 7:30
to 9 p.m. every night this week at
the West Gallery.
which are mere imitations of
life. Puppets have a life of their
own," he pointed out.
Making puppets doesn't require
much skill, he explained, it's sim-
ply a matter of modeling a clay
form from which a paper mache
head is later made. With the addi-
tion of a cloth body and wooden
hands, a puppet is born.
PUPPET SKIT writing is a good
discipline for any kind of writing
since action and limited number
of words is the skit writer's by-
word, Witt said.
"The puppet stage is to the
legitimate theatre what the car-
toon is to literature. Both pup-
petry and cartoons require
simple ideas expressed graphi-
cally with very few words," Witt
If his ideas develop there may
be two groups working in this new
puppet regime. One will set up
shows wherever there may. be a
request and another will study
techniques in puppet making, skit
writing and show production.
"WE HOPE TO FIND some peQ-
ple who have produced puppet
shows before, either on an am-
ateur or professional basis. Then
we will be able to provide better
instruction to those who have had
no experience," Witt said.
Persons interested in this new
puppet gr-oup will meet at 8 p.m.
Friday at Lane Hall. Any one may
attend this organizational meet-
ing, Witt said.
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1949
VOL. LX, No. 15
Women students attending the
second show of the Danny Kaye
show October 18 have one-half
hour late permission after the
close of the show.
Approved Student Sponsored So-
cial Events for Coming Weekend
Fri., Oct. 14
Couzen's Hall, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon, Wesley Foundation, Wom-
en's Phys. Ed Club.
Sat., Oct. 15
Adams House, Adelia Cheever
House, Alpha Kappa K a p p a,
American Chem. Society, Cooley
House, Greene House, Phi Sigma
The Rev. William Howard Mel-
ish, recently the center of contro-
versy over freedom in the church,
will speak at 4:30 p.m. Friday at
Canterbury Club, 306 N. Division.
Mr. Melish's talk on "A Way to
Secure World Peace" is sponsored
by the Canterbury Club and the
American Veterans Committee.
* * *
A PRIEST in the Episcopal
Church, Mr. Melish's pastoral re-
lationship with the Church of the
Holy Trinity in Brooklyn was dis-
solved by Bishop James DeWolf
of Long Island upon the request of
the Brooklyn parish vestry.
The vestry charged that Mr.
Melish's chairmanship of the
National Council of American-
Soviet Friendship had kept him
from maintaining the expected
level of responsibility to his par-
Bishop DeWolf asked him to
leave the church, but he refused
after his parish had voted him
The case was taken into the
courts of New York state which
upheld Bishop DeWolf's action.
Mr. Melish has appealed the case
to a higher court.
Speech Tea Today
The speech department will hold
an undergraduate tea from 4 to
5 p.m. today in Rackham Assembly
Kappa, Tyler House, Tau Delta
Sun., Oct. 16
Alpha Rho Chi, Sociedad His-
Placement Registration: Univer-
sity Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information will
hold its annual registration (see
schedule below) for February,
June and August graduates as well
as graduate students or staff mem-
bers who wish to register.
It is most important to register
NOW because the Bureau contin-
ues to serve its registrants after
graduation by helping them secure
better positions. There will be
only one registration period dur-
ing the, academic year. Registra-
tion material will be given out at
the meeting. No material will be
distributed before the meetings.
The Bureau has two placement
divisions: TEACHING and GEN-
ERAL. The TEACHING division
coversall types of teaching posi-
tions as well as other positions in
the educational field. The GEN-
ERAL division includes service to
people seeking positions in busi-
ness, industry and positionsother
than teaching. It is important to
register NOW because employers
are already asking for February
and June graduates. There is no
fee for registering at this time.
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CANARIES, PARAKEETS and other
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LEARN WRITING from a professional
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WE'RE HEADQUARTERS for all Ronson
lighters. Our stock is complete and
our prices are reasonable. Take a
wind-proof lighter to the games.
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207 W. Liberty - Phone 2-1748
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RIDE TO SCHOOL
Scooters and Motorcycles
Going out of Business.
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MAN'S ENGLISH Overcoat. Size 40,
Misses 2 fur coats, black cloth coat,
velvet trim, dresses, sizes 12 and 14.
Clean and good condition. Two pair
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Dexter Road. Tel. 2-4796. __ )13
FOR SALE-1939 station wagon (Ford).
Highest bid over $200, good condition.
Call 2-8694, after 6 p.m. )70
1949 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE-4 door sedan
for sale. All accessories including
radiator and heater. Used only 4
months. Student leaving country.
Phone 4971 )60
DRIVING San Francisco, Oct. 15. Take
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WANTED TO BUY -
WOULD LIKE two tickets for Michigan-
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E. Fraser, 2209 Fisher Bldg., Detroit.
TEl) SMITH AND HlS ORCHESTRA
,ihe best in dance music."
Phone 2-1612 )20B
BUSY THIS YEAR? Read TIME-the
magazine designed for busy men and
women. Even the poorest man on
cam pus can afford the student rate-
$1.50 per semester, or $4.75 a year.
Phone 2-82-42 to order. We bill you.
WANTED-25 to 30 more diners to eat
in cordial atmosphere and take ad-
vantage of the new student budget.
STAGE COACH INN. Ph. 6004 for in-
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMTE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )IP
BE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR! Person-
alize your Christmas cards by having
your name beautifully engrossed on
them by a professional penman. Prices
are very reasonable. Samples dis-
played at 402 Observatory. Call J. A.
Egrlyat 2-8606 for particulars. )3
UNSIGHTLY HAIR removed perma-
nently. Short wave method ap-
proved by Am. Med. Ass'n., 5 Nickels
Arcade. Ph. 2-6696. _____) 12B
WANT RIDERS to N.U. game, leave 12
noon Fri. 2-7476. )5T
WANTED-Soda fountain help. Nights
only. No Saturdays or Sundays. Ap-
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MEN AND GIRLS--with or seeking sales
experience. Our agents earn over $5
an hour, selling subscriptions on com-
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StudentNPeriodical Agency. Phone 2-
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DOUBLE ROOM-First floor,~student
landlord. $6.00 apiece, per week. Call
2-4928. _ _ )9F
HOUSE ON EtST SIDE OF TOWN-
attached garage, venetion blinds, six
room, in perfect condition, $125 per
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Child's navy blue sweater on
campus. Call Ypsl 4672-J2. )23C
LOST-A silver identification bracelet
during pep rally, If found, please
contact Mae Jackson, 357 Jordan Hall.
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LOST-A pair of glasses, plastic frames,
blue ease. Around campus district,
Sunday night. Call 2-1869. )22L
LOST-Sept. 24, Old Gold Brooch,en-
graved, State Street. Reward. Ph,.2-
LOST-One brown corday zipper purse
containing Schaeffer pen and coin
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ROOMS FOR RENT
LARGE DOUBLE or triple with separate
study, near Engineering School, 1125
Michigan. Mr. Briley. )14R
SINGLE ROOM near campus for grad-
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BRING YOUR week-eud guests to the
Pierce, Transient Home, except for
the Minnesota week-end. 1133 East
Ann, Phone 8144. _ _) 16a
ROOMS available for students' guests.
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