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DRAMATIC ENTERPRISE:
Arts Theatre Slated To Open Tuesday
* * * *
With a clattering of hammers
and hissing of a paint gun, nine
ex-University students are now
rounding into shape a new idea
for Ann Arbor Theatre.
The Arts Theatre Club will op-
en on Tuesday with a twelve-
week season of theatre-in-the-
round.
* * *:
THE GROUP plans to give six
different bills this spring, with
each of the programs running
two weeks. Opening activities will
be a double feature: "The Res-
pectable Prostitute," by Jean Paul
Sartre and "Red Peppers," by No-
el Coward.-

More Funds
Needed Says
Wtlhanis
"The University and other state
colleges must have financial aid if
they are to render maximum con-
tributions to the present national
situation," according to Robert L.
Williams, assistant to the provost.'
In an article in the March issue
of the Michigan Education Jour-
nal Williams explains that in-
creased appropriations would not
provide added money for operat-
ing expenses, but would merely be
a substitute for funds supplied in
recent years by the Veterans Ad-
ministration.
"In the current year, 1950-51,
appropriations to Michigan insti-
tutions are lower than many other
states maintaining comparable
universities," Williams points out.
"Faculty standards of living
are below the level of 1939," Wil-
liams continued, "while the popu-
lation as a whole has increased its
standard well above the '39 level."
He warned that it has taken
decades to build up academic
strength at the University.

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Xhe remaining five plays
will be presented in this order:
"Hotel Universe," by the late
Philip Barry; "T h e Master
Builder," by Henrik Ibsen; "The
Recruiting Officer," by George
Farquhar; "Martine," by Jean
Jacques Bernard; and "Romeo
et Jeanette," by Jean Anouilh.
Ed Troupin, one of the nine ex-
students running the venture and
the group's business manager and
music director said yesterday that
a membership in the club costs
$6. This entitles a person to at-
tend each of the shows.
THE GROUP needs to have
1800 members to operate success-
fully, and 500 by next Tuesday's
opening, Troupin said. So far, he
estimated there were around 400
members.
To get a membership, Troupin
Read Daily Classifieds

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-Daily-Burt Sapowitch
THESPIANS TURN CONSTRUCTION WORKERS-Art Theatre
Club actors Dana Elcar and Joyce Edgar pitch in to help round
the club's theatre into shape.

ROOMS FOR RENT
SINGLE OR DOUBLE front room for
man. Fully carpeted. New blond fur-
niture. Near Washtenaw and South
U. Quiet surroundings. Ideal for
grad or faculty man. Phone 9815.
)15R
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front room with two large closets,
private home. Graduate student pre-
ferred, Phone 2-5152 between 11 & 2.
)16R
DOUBLE ROOMS for men or oppor-
tunity to share. Available second se-
mester. 1014, ph. 22333. )73R
ROOMS FOR MALE STUDENTS-One
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and Bus. Ad. School. Continuous
hot water, showers. 808 Oakland.
Ph. 22858. )12R
ROOMS FOR GIRLS at 724 Tappan.
Try there or at 718 Tappan. Phone
2-2901. )17R
ROOMS: one block from campus. Call
7330. )10F
TRANSPORTATION
COMMUTERS WANTED. Driving daily
to Ann Arbor from Detroit. Call
evenings. TO. 5-4032 in Detroit. )9T
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Second hand set of lingua-
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WOULD LIKE my coat in exchange for
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WASHING-Finished work and hand
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and wet washing. Free pick-up and
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FOR SALE
DON'T WALK, don't run! But drive
this 1935, Chevrolet. Runs perfect.
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ALTERATIONS
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said, one should call 7031, or send
in a mail order to the club at
20912 E. Washington.
The gro(up also includes three
actresses: Joyce Edgar, Betty El-
lis and Sonja Raimi; one actress-
director: Pat Newhall; and three
actor-directors: Dana Elcar, War-
ren Pickett and Strowan Robert-
son:
Jerry Lepard will serve as the
group's technical director and
will also be in the acting com-
pany.

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes .no editorial responsi
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices shoula be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 88
Notices
Fellowship and Scholarship Ap-
plications f o r t h e Graduate
School will be accepted through 4
p.m., Thurs., Feb. 15. All support-
ing credentials including trans-
cripts and letters of recommenda-
tion must be received at the same
time. Late applications cannot be
considered.
THE ANN ARBOR
ART ASSOCIATION
presents
"BERLIN MASTERPIECES"
and
"VIENNA ART TREASURES"
Color Movies
Speaker, Prof. Ralph W. Hammett
College of Architecture and Design
University of Michigan
Monday, February 19 8 P.M.
Admission Free
KELLOGG AUDITORIUM

The Armed Services Bulletin,
containing general information
about Selective Service and the
Armed Services, is now available
for distribution at the following
locations: Michigan Union base-
ment; Information Desk in lobby'
of Administration B u il d i n g;
Armed Services Information Cen-
ter in Room 555, Administration
Building, and the Information
Desk in Office of Student Affairs,
Administration Building.

Buy and Sell
T hru Daily Classifieds

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Choral Union Ushers: A few
more ushers are needed for the
chamber music concerts Friday,
Saturday and Sunday at Rack-
ham Lecture Hall. Apply at Hill
Auditorium box office, 5 to 6 p.-
i., today.
Choral Union Vacancies: Be-
cause of graduation and drop-outs
for military service, a few vacan-
cies exist in the men's sections of
the Choral Union. Candidates de-
siring to join the chorus should
make appointments for auditions
at once, at the offices of the Uni-
versity Musical Society in Burton
Tower, either in person or by
telephone, 7513.
State Department Openings:
(home service, with possible tem-
porary overseas assignments).
The State Department is now ac-
cepting nominations from the
University of Michigan for its
Third Special Intern Program, as
well as for other positions open
to Junior Management and So-
cial Science Assistant eligibles.
Entering salaries, $3,100-3,450,
with appointments to begin be-
tween July 1 and Sept. 10, 1951.
Meeting, Sat. Feb. 17, 11 a.m.,
Room 2203, Angell Hall, at which
further information will be avail-
able. Attendance is urgent for
any student interested in these
positions. Only students who took
the U.S. Civil Service Commis-
sion Junior Management Assist-
ant or Social Science Assistant
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