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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952

Lyons Dubs 'LITTLE EYOLF:
News naners Elcar Brothers Cast by Arts Theatre

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"Most newspapers tend to have
a monotonous sameness, due to
using the same news, columnists,
and features," Louis Lyons charged
yesterday in the third of a series
of Journalism Lectures at the
Rackham Amphitheatre.
Lyons, author and curator of
the Nieman Foundation at Har-
vard University, said that mono-
polistic practices have made the
newspaper business extremely uni-
form and mechanical.
THE TREND toward mass-re-
porting and writing, he went on,
accounts in some measure for the
decreasing number of reliable
newspapers and the reduction of
some communities to one-paper
towns.
"Many papers have shrunk
back to regionalism, relying on
wire services for anything more
than local news," Lyons claimed.
This can be traced to the fact
that local advertisers depend on
sales in the community, and
hesitate to support a paper that
doesn't cater to local interests,
he said.
It is because of such economic
problems that the tendency toward
uniformity has arisen, Lyons de-
clared. Devices similar to the
Associated Press Teletypesetter,
which not only sends the news but
sets the stories up for print, are
destroying the individuality of the
press.
"IT IS THE responsibility of the
present 'generation of newspaper-
men and women to restore the old
tradition of 'Energy, Vigor, Vital-
ity and Variety' to the field of
journalism," he explained.

The Elcars, a new family acting
team to rival the Barrymores and
Lunts, will take to the Arts The-
atre Club's stage in the group's
next play, "Little Eyolf".;
Twelve year old Jim Elcar will
join big brother, Dana, in the Ib-
sen play as Dana's son, Eyolf.
* * *
JIM, WHO is the envy of his sr
classmates because "I got to miss
four weeks of school," explained
that on stage "I am a crippled
boy who is not supposed to like
my mother because she never paid
any attention to me-it's my aunt
I like."
"It was kinda hard to learn
my lines," confessed Jim, whose
only other acting experience was
in a grammar school Christmas
play.
"In spite of the newness of a
"big play," as Jim calls "Little'
Eyolf," he is doing exceptionally
well," director Strowan Robertson<
said. But blond haired Jim has.
no theatrical aspirations.
* * *

Prof. Jones
Speaks on
t
Happiness
In the third Cook lecture yes-
terday, Prof. Howard Mumford
Jones explained the origins of the
American theory that the pursuit
of happiness is a social aim.
Speaking on "The Pursuit of
Happiness," Prof. Jones, Harvard
Univerity English professor, at-
tributed the theory to the early
idea that North America is a land
without monopolists, restrictions,
autocratic government.
"By the third quarter of the
18th century," he said, "it was
universally understood that the
New World was a happy, happy
land, a model territory under a
model government."
He gave as an example of an
attempt to preserve this happi-
ness, the phrase, "the pursuit of
happiness" in the Declaration of
Independence.
Prof. Jones concluded by quoting
Sir William Blackstone, author of
"Commentaries on the Laws of
England" who believed that the
aim of government is to protect
individuals.
"Whenever any form of Govern-
ment becomes destructive of these
ends, it is the Right of the People
to alter or abolish it."

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"SURE, THIS is a lot of fun,"
he granted, "but I want to make
a career of the Navy." Pointing
with decided scorn to his white
tights and blue-and-gold sailor
suit top, Jim called the outfit
"more like a bell-hop suit than a
Navy uniform."
The sixth-grader from Pontiac,
who is being helped at night with

Daily-Bruce Knoll
ELCAR BROTHERS, AS THEY APPEAR IN "LITTLE EYOLF"

his lessons by the elder Elcar's
wife, does not plan to "pack" the
audience. "Just my mom and
our school janitor will probably
come," the modest actor claimed."
Jim's "debut" will be at 8 p.m.
Friday.

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can pianist will give his first Ann
Arbor recital at 8:30 p.m. tomor-
row in Hill Auditorium.
A piano star of numerous radio
and television programs, Levant
wil present a program of piano
music with comments from the
stage.
LEVANT'S DROLL personality
is well known to movie goers. His
latest movie, "An American in
Paris", was recently shown in Ann
Arbor. Also included in his ex-
tensive list of films are "Rhapsody
in Blue," the screen story about
his closest friend the late George
Gershwin, and "The Barkleys of
Broadway."
The pianist is also a composer,
having written two string quar-

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turne for symphony orchestra,
the musical scores for two films
and several works for piano
which have been recorded.
Levant has had a fling at the
literary life., His best known work
is probably "A Smattering of Ig-
norance".
Tickets for the concert are now
on sale for $2.50, $2.00 and $1.50
at the offices of the University
Musical Society at Burton Me-
morial Tower.
Teacher Education
Course Discussed
The newly instituted course ir
vocational teacher education was
discussed yesterday by representa-
tives of education and industry in:
the Union.
The men, members of an advis-
ory committee for cooperative vo-
cational-industrial teacher educa-
tion, met to advise and recommend
policies and procedures for the op-
eration of the new curriculum.
Students To Give
Program Advice
Students still undecided about
their next semester elections may
seek advice from special student
advisors from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
Rm. 1209 Angell Hall.
Advisors from all departments
in the literary college, Bus Ad
school, and education school will
be on hand under Student Legisla-
ture auspices.
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official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is constrc-
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University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (11 a.m.
on Saturday).
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952
VOL. LXIV, NO. 84
Notices
College of Engineering -Registration
Material. Students enrolled for the cur-
rent semester should call for Spring
registration material at 244 W. Engi-
neering Building, beginning Wed., Jan.
23 through Fri., Jan. 25, and on Mon.,
Feb. 4 through Sat., Feb. 9. Hours 8:30
to 12 and 1:30 to 5.
Classification for Engineering Stu-
dents:
gineering students on Sat., Feb. 9, 1952.
All classification must be completed
by 5 p.m., Fri., Feb. 8 1952.
Choral Union members are reminded
that the rehearsal next Tuesday will
begin at 6:40 sharp with the recording
of Walton's ''Belshazzar's #Feast" for
twenty minutes preceeding the usual
rehearsai hour of 7 o'clock.
Co-op Rooming and Boarding Appl-
cations for men and women are now
being accepted for those students de-
siring membership in cooperatives for
the spring semester. Students should

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following petitions:
Class of 1953 J-Hop, February 8. 9,
9:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.-
Student Religious Association open
house, February 8, 9
Mortarboard dance, February 16.
Military Ball, March 7, 9 pin. - 1 am.
Inter-Arts Union, to sponsor modern
dance concert, March 15.
Senior Ball, March 15, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Panhellenic to sponsor variety show
March 17.
1 :30 a.m. late permission for Michi-
gras
Recognized: Wendy Owen Memorial
Fund Committee; Taft for President,
subject to constitutional revisions.
Academic Notices
L.S. & A. Students: All appointments
with Counselors and Advisers for ap-
proval of spring elections have been
filled. Pounsplors and Advisers will not
be available during the examination
period. If you have not had your elec-
tions approved, report the half day pre-
ceding the time you are scheduled to
register. Election changes may be taken
care of during the half day before you
register or in the Gymnasium at the
Counselors' Table or Advisers' Table at
the time you register. Academic Coun-
selors will be located in 1223 Angell
Hall, and concentration advisors (for
all students who will have completed
55 hours or more by end of this semes-
ter) in 1025 Angell Hall. Hours for
both offices will be as follows: Tues.,
Feb. 5. 1:30-3:30; Wed., Feb. 6, 9:00-
11:30 and 1:30-3:30; Thursday, Feb. 7,
9:00-11:30 and 1:30-3:30; Fri., Feb. 8, 9:00
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In accordance with his custom, Mr. Levant
dispenses with the usual printed program and
announces his numbers from the stage as the
concert progresses. He may include works by
Bach, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, deFalla, Shos-
takovich, and George Gershwin, and frequently
draws from numbers which he has recorded.

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