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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TMUS DAY, MARCH! 27#' 1931
(Continued from Page 1)
'ROMEO AND JULIET':
Ancient English Armor
To Be Used in Tragedy
ORTMANN FADES BACK-With his back to, the wall, footballer Chuck Ortmann, '51 Ed., (center)
throws up his arms as two former teammates, Carl Kreager, '51 Ed., (left) and Leo Koceski, '51 Ed.,
(right) clown through a rehearsal of the Union Opera "Go West-Madam." The trio will portray
"desperate desperadoes" in the show which opens tomorrow night in the Michigan Theatre.
Gridders Take on Union Opera Parts
Stephen Qua, who is running forv
Campaigning for the Board in
Control of Intercollegiate Athleticst
student post are: Chuck Whiteak-
er, '52, Joe LaRue, '53, Bob Perry,.,
.'53E, and Mike Papista,'52.
* * ;
IN THE RACE for SL positions
are Pete Hall, '52, David Gutten-
tag, '53, Lisa Kurcz, Berton Braun,
'54, Phyllis Kaufman, '53, Cyrille
Landes, '53, Howard Willens, '53,
Swede Lauritsen, '52, and Jim Tur-
The list continues with Leon-f
ard Wilcox, '52, Ray Litt, '52E,1
Leah Marks, '52, Frank Reed,
'52, Gerald Gleich, '53, Jean
Jones, '53, Jules Perlberg, '52BAd,
Frances Hershman, '53, Judy
Gallup, '53, Chuck Gooding, '54E,
Olaf Haroldson, '52, Roger Wil-
kins, '53, and Doug Cutler, '52.
Also in the race are Ruth
Strauss, '54, Tony' Ringold, '53, Bob
Neary, '54, Dick Demmer, '53, Sue
Popkin, '54, Lee Johnson, '54, Ger-
aid Abranow, '52, Larry Price, '53,
Sondra Diamond, '53, Bob Lawson,
'53, and Robin Glover, '53.
* * *
ALSO RUNNING for SL are
Richard Watson, '52, Shirley Wood,
'52P, Spider Webb, '52BAd, Al
Rankin, '53, Oscar Miller, '54, Pete
Johnston, '53, Felicia Weisman,
'53, Mervin Ezray, '52BAd, Dudley
Davies, '53, Diana Lahde, '52, Ed
banning, '52, and Al Strauss.
The J-Hop committee for
next year will be made up of
nine of the following people:
Dave Tinkham, Bob Goodwin,
Jeanne Marshall, Margery Boos,
Jack Richardson, Marlin Card-
er, Beverly Arble, James Har-
sant, Fred Thompson, Don
White, Milt Goetz, and Louis
The list continues with Beth
Smilay, Ruth Oldberg, Del Hyde,
JohnMauriel, Roger Gilmore, Bob
Steinberg, Dennis Aaron, Mary
Ann Suino, Susie Craig, Barbara
Wildman, Bob Perry, Sally Gnau,
Janet Gast, Audrey Murphy, Lorna
Becker, and Harold Maude.
As a resuli of a meeting held at
the University recently, a council:
has been organized to aid in re-
search for the expansion and im-
provement of forest resources in'
Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
The council, known as the Low-
er Peninsula Forest Research
Council, is composed of land own-
ers, wood product producers and
Prof. Samuel T. Dana, Dean of
the School of Natural Resources
will serve as chairman of the
The council plans to serve as a
clearing house for information,
primarily on forest research, for
farmers, land owners, pulp com-
panies, saw mill operators and edu-
ational institutions. It will cooper-
ate with State and Federal agen-
Angell To Address
Pi Sigma Alpha, honorary poli-
tical science fraternity, will hold
an initiation dinner at 6:30 p.m.
today in the Union.
Prof. Robert C. Angell, chair-
man of the sociology department,
will speak on UNESCO.
Echoes of the English Civil War
Will be heard on the stage of the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre this
week during the run of "Romeo
They'll come from two sets of
armor, being worn in the produc-
tion, which were made back around
1640, shortly before the Round-
heads and the Cavaliers started
slugging it out.
THE ARMOR is from the collec-
tion of Ted Sizer, Grad., who is
playing Capulet, Juliet's father, in
the play. They're part of a collec-
tion of around 90 pieces of wea-
pons and armor which Sizer has
collected over a period of years.
Sizer bought the pieces which
are being used in the Shake-
spearean tragedy in England in
1948. At the time he was study-
ing at the University of Buck-
ingham's special school on
Shakespeare held at the play-
wright's home town, Stratford-
"The agent I bought the armor
from told me that it was part of a
collection which had been in the
Tower of London until the last
war, when it was necessary to clear
it out," Sizer said. "The agent said
that it had been put in this collec-
tion soon after the Civil War had,
The pieces of armor are not the
only representatives of Sizer's col-
lection which will be used in this
production. Tybalt will wear at his
belt a Nazi dagger owned by Sizer.
"We were a little leary of using
the dagger at first, because of its
recent origin," Sizer said, "but we
found that in a scabbard it made
a very good period piece."
with a PORTRAIT
she will cherish?
A trio of husky football player's center Carl Kreager, '51 Ed., have
will be hunted desperadoes tomor- been picked to portray "rough and
row night when this year's Union tough outlaws" in the 1951 musical
Opera "Go West-Madam" opens comedy revue.
on the stage of the Michigan The- A E
atre. LAST YEAR Opera athletes
Halfbacks Chuck Ortmann, '51 were given the uncomfortable job
Ed. and Leo Koceski, '51 Ed., and of dressing as female bathing
Students With All'A' Averages
For Fall. Semester Announced
Robert T. Hartman, '52; William
T. Hicks, '53; Frances R. Hill, '54;
Margaret J. Huebshman; John B.
Huntington, '52; Marvin Imber,
'52; Richard D. Kane, '51, and1
Carolyn E. Kaplan, '51.
Kathleen E. Keely, '53; Eloise:
G. Kerlin, '51; Ellen Kurath, '54;
John LeValley; Rita J. Levine;
Douglas C. Long, '54; John D. Mc-
Grae, '52; John L. McKnight, '53;
William H. Matheson; Richard J.
Merrill, '53; Joan Meyers, '51, and
Stanley Mirsky, '51.
Donald J. Munro, '53; Roger W.
Neanlt, '51; Franklin C. Norman,
'53; Arthur H. Osborn; James M.
Osborn; Edward H. Poindexter,
'52; George C. Ramsay, '52; War-
ren J. Robbins, '54; John Rogers,
'52; Arthur Rose, '51; Harold J.
Sandercock, '51, and Garry L.
James A. Sellgren; George C.
Soronen; William B. Stason, '53;
George H. Steele, '53; Joan C.
Striefling, '52; Jeremiah G.Tur-
cotte, '54; Alan M. Warshawsky,
Suzanne White, '54; Susan J. Wil-
cox, '51; Howard P. Willens, '53;
Joyce J. Winter, '53; Edward H.
Worthen, '51; Arthur N. Wright,
'52, and George G. Zanetti, '51.
School of Music: James D. Ber-
ry, Jr., '51; Nancy A. Finlay, Grad;
Theodore O. Johnson, Jr., '51; Pa-
tricia A. Joy, '52; Richard D:
Skyrm, Grad; Anne K. Stevenson,
'54, and Carol M. Wilder, Grad.
School of Natural Resources:
Melvin G. Fitch, '52; John A.
Kadlec, '52; Merritt W. Major,
and Dean H. Urie, '51.
College of Pharmacy: Jerome
F. Mancewicz, Shirley A. Swinson,
and Donald S. Wyss. ,
School of Public Health: Jose
Cuyegkeng; John D. Morley, Grad;
William L. Porter, and Georgia F.
Attention All Freshmen!!!
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beauties, but this time they're get-
ting a break. All the "female"
roles in the strictly male show'are
going out to Opera regulars.
Jimmie LoBough, '51 SM, a
veteran of "Froggy Bottom" and
"Lace It Up," will return again
this year as Artemus Finch, the
feminine lead. Holding the male
spotlight, as medicine show op-
erator Hamlet Osgood will be
George Boucher, '51, another
Gov. G. Mennen Wliliams will
come here for the opening night
in line with Opera tradition.
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THE EVENING performances
will start promptly at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow, 'Thursday and Friday,
with a special afternoon matinee
scheduled for 3:15 p.m. Friday.
Only a limited number of
seats, most of them priced at
$2.40, are left for the evening
shows, but plenty of $1.20 and
$1.80 tickets are available for
the matinee, according to pro-
motions manager Ben Gates, '51.
Tickets will be sold from 5 to
7:30 p.m. today in the Union lob-
by and from 4 to 8 p.m. tomorrow
and Thursday at the Michigan
Theatre box office.
Dress rehearsals for the shov,
w11 continue this morning, witl
admission open to photographer
who wish to try their luck in th
Opera's promotional photo con.
test. Prizes of $10 and $5 are be.
ing offered for the best two pie
tures turned into the Opera office
in the Union by tomorrow.
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