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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1951

'U' Synchrotron To Smash Atoms

Campus
Calendar
Events Today
SIGMA RHO TAU-Prof. Orlan
Boston of the Engineering college
will speak on "Critical Materials
and Methods for the Present
Emergency" at 7:30 p.m. in the
Union.
Students of engineering, archi-
tecturb, and technology may at-
tend the smoker, sponsored by
Sigma Rho Tau, engineering
speech society.
VIOLIN AND PIANO - The
first of a series of recitals de-
voted 'exclusively to the "Ten
Sonatas for Violin and Piano"
by Beethoven will be presented
at 8:30 p.m. in Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Prof. Gilbert Ross, violinist
and head of the string instru-
ment department of the Music
School and Prof. Emeritus Mabel
Rhead Field will perform the
sonatas.
* *I *
PLAY TRYOUTS - The Inter
Arts Union, in preparation for its
Student Art Festival, will hold a
tryout meeting for parts in two
one-act plays at 7:30 p.m. in the
League.

Union Expands.
TravelAid
Spring vacation is still a long
way .off but the Union Travel
Service is open for business any-
way.
But this time the travel service
is branching out into arranging
commuter share-the-ride-and-ex-
pense trips for students who live
within daily commuting distance
or those who just like to get home
for the weekend.
According to Union staffman
Jack Ehlers, '53, the travel service
will arrange commuter rides for
most of Michigan as well as parts
of Ohio and Illinois. The service
has already received one request
for a regular weekend lift to In-
dianapolis.
Would-be drivers and riders
may sign up for the commuter
service from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in
the student offices of the Union.
Travel and stud
ABROAD

--Daily-Jack Bergstrom
SAILORS TWO-Lily and George Pepper go through one of their
vaudeville routines in "The Red Peppers." Playing the two char-
acters are Sonya Raimi and Jerry Lepard. Coupled with "The
Respectable Prostitute," "The Red Peppers" will form the opening
bill of the Arts Theatre Club, which premieres tonight.
. * *
Theatre Club Wl l Open
Toni ght with Double Bill

this summer

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-Daily-Jacl Bergstrom

Girl. This brought a flood of pro-
tests, however, with the biggest
complaint being that men 'were
poor judges of feminine beauty.
One coed said, "my boyfriend
won't enter my snapshot. He
says it's only a publicity stunt.
What he really believes is that
as Garg girl I might become too
popular."
Because of these protests, the
Gargoyle has now made it possible
for participation on an equal basis,
whereby any and all Michigan
students may sponsor a candidate
for Garg Girl. %
All photos must still include the
name and address of the candidate
and of the persons submitting
them. Entries must be in the Gar-
goyle office by Friday.

POLITICAL SCIENCE LEC-
TURE-Prof. C. Ferrel Heady
of the political science depart-
ment will begin the Extension
Service government lecture ser-
ies with a talk on "Michigan's
Constitution and Plan of Gov-
ernment" at 7:30 p.m. in Rm.
164 Business Administration
Building.
Events Tomorrow
COMPOSITION FORUM - Se-
lections in creative music will be
presented at a Composition Forum
which will' be held at 8:30 p.m. in
Rackham Assembly Hall.
The Forum will introduce the
work of three University students
and two other state residents.
Coming Events
CHOIR PERFORMANCE -
The University Choir, under the
direction of Prof.. Maynard
Klein, will present its first pro-
gram of the semester at 8:30
p.m. Thursday in Hill Auditori-
um.
UNION TRYOUTS-Tryouts for
the Union staff can sign up from
3 to 5 p.m. this week in the Union
student offices.
'Union officials report numerous
opportunities for interested stu-
dents in all branches of the Union.
Student Still
Held by Police
Felix Mielzynski, '51, 26 years
old, of Santa Barbara, Calif., re-
mained in police custody yester-
day awaiting a hearing Thursday
on charges of attempted burglary.
So far Mielzynski has not posted
the $5,000 bond set by Municipal
Judge Francis L. O'Brien after the
student, along with Paul F. Kluth,
Grad., was picked up Wednesday
as the men who tried to break into
a N. University drug store.
Kluth has been released on
$2,500 bond.
The hearing is to determine
whether or not there is enough
evidence to hold the two for trial.

Though there may be no search-
lights in the Ann Arbor sky fol-
lowing Hollywood premiere tradi-
tion, something definitely new to
Ann Arbor will be premiered to-
night when the Arts Theatre Club
gives its opening performance.
At 8 p.m. the group will begin
its twelve-week spring season of
theatre-in-the-round with Noel
Coward's jaunty little musical
"The Red Peppers." The curtain
raiser will be followed by a per-
formance of Jean Paul Sartre's
controversial "The' Respectable]
Prostitute."
THE CLUB is unique in two
ways. Not only is the group giv-
ing Ann Arbor its first concen-
trated dose of arena style theatre,7
but the members of its production,
group will make up the first pro- I

fessional acting team based in
Ann Arbor since the days of silent
pictures.-
The two plays to be presented
tonight and for the next two
weeksare a contrast both in
style and content. Coward
tells about the tempest-in-a-tea
cup troubles of a Cockney vau-
deville team. Sartre's work, on
the other hand, is concerned
with a plot to lynch an innocent
man.
The two entertainers in "The
Red Peppers" will be played by
Sonya Raimi and Jerry Lepard
while Strowan Robertson will
play the difficult orchestra lead-
er.
The cast of "The Respectable
Prostitute" is headed by Joyce Ed-
gar in the title role. Al Wall will
be the potential lynch victim.

Full-credit...all-expense
university-sponsored..-
study tours via TWA
Plan now for this perfect summer!
Spend half your time sightseeing in
Europe, the other half in residence
study. Tours planned for this sum-
mer (4 to 9 weeks) in: Switzerland,
France, England, Ireland, Spain,
Italy, India and General European
(no residence). All air travel by lux-
urious TWA Constellations.
For information on tours, mention
countries that interest you most
when writing to: John H. Yurbay,
Ph. D., Director, TWA Air World
Education Service, 80 E. 42nd St.,
New York 17, N. Y.
i.WA
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