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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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and Styling
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Liberty near State

Auditions To pen
For Radio Acting
Persons interested in radio act-
ing on station WUOM may sign
up for auditions from 8 a.m. to
10:30 p.m. today and tomorrow on

AK TiHEATE R TROUIPE:

Club Opens Second Season

Subcommittee
To Hear Ienton
WASHINGTON--(P)-A Senate
rules subcommittee voted unani-
mously last night to hear Sen.
Benton (D-Conn.) at arclosed
meeting Friday on his resolution
aimed at ousting Sen. McCarthy
(R-Wis.) from Congress.

Play Tryouts To Begin Today

READ DAILY

the 5th floor
tion building.

of the Administra-

CLASSIFIEDS

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Ra in and
pick it up...
We have a special
"drive-through"
service for your
convenience in
buying beer.

Dust mops and paint brushes
will give way soon to scripts at
the Arts Theatre Club, when mem-
bers of Ann Arbor's only profes-
sional theatre company begin to
rehearse for their year's offerings.
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SLATED for the year are "The
Sulky Fire," by Jean Jacques Ber-
nard, as the first production, "The
Moon and the Yellow River," by
Dennis Johnston and Gertrude
Stein's "Yes Is for a Very Young
Man."
Tentatively, pending the so-
lution of production problems,
the fourth play will be Beau-
mont and Fletcher's Elizabethan
comedy, "The Knight of the
Burning Pestle."
As before, performances will be
open only to members and their
guests. Membership tickets cost
$5 and are available at the Theatre
headquarters, 209% E. Washing-
ton, Bob Marshall's and Wahr's
bookstores and at the Music Cen-
ter. Special pay-as-you-go terms
can be arranged if requested, Hy

Berman, Theatre business man-
ager said.
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PRESENTED in arena style,
each of the four plays will be given
a three week run with the mem-
bers rotating as actors, directors
and production people.
Five new players have joined
Jerry Lepard, Strowan Robertson
and Dana Elcar, the three foun-
ders of the Theatre.
A new actor-director is Bob
Better Lighting Set
For Danger Area
In a special meeting called last
night by Ann Arbor Mayor Wil-
liam E. Brown, Jr., the City Coun-
cil voted to install 46 street lamps
in the area where Nurse Pauline
A. Campbell was clubbed to death
Sept. 16.
Meanwhile, the three teen-agers
who police say have confessed the
midnight murder are awaiting
municipal court examination Fri-
day morning.

Lanning, a former student at
the Royal Academy of Dramatic
Art in London and director of
the New York Touring Players.
Robin Good, a former student
at the New York Neighborhood
Playhouse, has come to the Thea-
tre Club after studying also at
Vassar, the University of Illinois
and Carnegie Tech.
Backed by both television and
legitimate theatre experience is
Douglas Taylor. He has played
on such well known programs as
Studio I, Cameo Theatre and
Famous TrlaIs, and has appeared
in summer stock with Uta
Hagen.
Paulle Karel, a graduate of
Tritiny College of Music in Lon-
don, has toured with both Cana-
dian and American stock compan-
ies, and has appeared with such
comedians as Jimmy Durante, and
Ed Wynn on television,
Another new actress is Barbara
Lowndes, who has come to the
Theatre club with three years of
American stock experience.

uel Spiwack. said.
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Tryouts for the firsthStudent
Players' production of the semes-
ter, "Two Blind Mice", will take
place at 7:30 p.m. today and to-
morrow at the League.
Eighteen parts are to be filled
for the play, a satire of Washing-
ton bureaucracy written by Sam-
uel Spiwack.

Also needed are production help-
ers to work on promotions, adver-
tising and all facets of the staging.
Those interested in this end of the
presentation are also requested to
appear at a tryout meeting, Jim
Brodhead, promotions director,
said.

TIME
FOR SCHOOL,
DATES AND
Catih a

AGAIN!

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MAIN OFFICE:
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UNIVERSITY OFFICES:
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1108 South University Avenue
Opposite the campus at each end of the diagonal.
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University of Michigan

Gilbert & Sullivan Society

THESE CATALINA SWEATERS are in a class by themselves!
100% zephyr wool, knit with skill, cut for fit in fashion-conscious

announces

colors that are a part of the scene on every campus!

Mix them,

FALL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

for its November Production of
"RUDDIG ORE "

Openings for
Singers . . . Instrumentalists . . . Production People

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match them . . . slipons and cardigans . . . collect 'em by colors.
Sizes 34-40.
SHORT SLEEVE SLIPON . . . $6.00
LONG SLEEVE CARDIGAN . . . 8.00
SHORT SLEEVE CARDIGAN . . . 7.00
1116 South University

TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 8:00 P.M.

MICHIGAN LEAGUE

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Tryouts will be arranged at this meeting.

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