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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951

9.

Among the business transacted
by the Board of Regents at its
last meeting was the appoint-
ment of two assistant professors.
Roscoe Cavell will serve as as-
sistant professor of psychiatry
for the period from Feb. 1, 1951
to June 30, 1953. Prof. Cavell, who
has been engaged in private prac-
tice in Detroit, will be assigned to
the Veterans Adjustment Center.
Gordon Van Wylen will serve
as assistant professor of mechan-
ical engineering for the second
semester of the 1950-51 year. Prof.
Van Wylen has been studying for
his doctorate degree at Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology.
At the same time, gifts
amounting to $57,983.21 were
accepted by the Regents. The
largest was one 'of $9,734.54 for
the UniversityBands Assist-
ance fund to pay the expenses
of the Marching Band to New
York for the Michigan-Army
game.,

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ANXIOUS ART ADVOCATES-Students put the pressure on yesterday as they flocked to the League
Ballroom to sign up for reproductions from the Art Prints Loan Collection which are available for
a small rental fee. Officials say response this year has been greater than ever as students attempt
to brighten their apartments and rooms, which sometimes need the color of a Van Gogh, or a
Titian.

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DIRECTOR EXPLAINS:

Also accepted was a grant of
$9,200 from The National Founda-
tion for Infantile Paralysis of
New York, for research under the
direction of Prof. Fay M. Hemp-
hill of the School of Public
Health.
Marvin J. Eisenberg, instructor
in fine arts, was granted a leave
of absence for the second semes-
ter of 1950-51 for research in

Any student interested in writ-
ing drama or movie reviews for the
Daily should submit a 250 word
sample of their work as soon as
possible at the Senior Editors' Of-
fice of the Daily, 420 Maynard,
Daily Editorial Director Roma

ly. I Lipsky announced yesterday.

FEBRUARY 20 - MARCH 4

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The intrepid nine who are set-
ting up the Arts Theatre Club havet
run into another difficulty though
compared with their other trou-
bles, this one is only minor.
Strowan Robertson, one of the
group's directors, explained yester-
day, that a number of people have,
been puzzled about the title of
"The Respectable Prostitute." The
play by Jean Paul Sartre is one of1
two the group will present on its
first program.
ROBERTSON SAID that the
play was, as most people had I
thought, the same one which had r
been produced on Broadway and
throughout the country as "The
Respectful Prostitute."
"We're using the same trans-
lation they used in New York,"
Robertson said, "but we've
changed the title because we
think it's more appropriate tot
-the spirit of the play."
But changing the names of
Sartre's plays is nothing new,
Robertson declared. He picked ast
an example the changes in title
the play "Huis Clos" had under-J
gone. .

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"IN ENGLAND it was 'Vicious
Circle,' on Broadway it was called
'No Exit,' when we produced it
here we called it 'Closed Session',"
he said.
Meanwhile activities at the
club's theatre at 209% E. Wash-
ington were pounding along, in
preparation for Tuesday's opening
night. The first bill will consist of
the Sartre play and "Red Pep-
pers," by Noel Coward.
Business Manager Ed Troupin
said several more memberships
had been sold, but added, "We
aren't proud. We can always use
more members.
Interested persons should call
7301 or send in their mail orders
to the-theatre at 209% E. Wash-
ington, Troupin said. A member-
ship costs $6.
Museum Movies
"Man and Trees" will be the
topic of the University Museums'
Friday evening program this week.
The Museums will be open from
7 to 9 p.m. today with various
specimens of trees on display. An
accompanying film, "Th3 Story of
Canadian Pine," will be shown at
7:30 p.m. in Kellogg Auditorium.

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By Jean Paul Satre
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Daily assumes no editorial responsi
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versity. Notices shiould be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
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VOL. LXL No. 89
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GINGER ROGERS
"STORM WARNING"

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, 1951.1
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
examination on Dec. 9, 1950, will
be considered for nomination.
Those unable to attend should
get in touch with -Mr. Filley, Room
2037, Angell Hall.
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 i 1 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.
Sophomore and Freshmen Wo-
men: Martha Cook Building is
receiving applications for Sep-
tember 1951. There will be space
for approximately 40 sophomores
and 20 freshmen who will then
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