PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1959
Rumpelstiltskin To Visit Ann Arbor
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Bw MARK READER
Rumpelstiltskin is planning to
spin a barnyard of straw into
threads of pure gold.
When the Children's Theater
production of the fanrcd fairy
tale "Rumpelstiltskin" is produced
at 1:30 and 4 p.m. tomorrow and
Sunday at the Arts Theater, 209%
E. Washington, spectators will be
viewing for the first time an ori-
ginal adaptation of the story.
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WRITTEN especially for. the
theater by David Shepard, a Chi-
cago playwright, the performance
will feature an eighteen-inch ma-
chine which apparently turns out
As the title character cranks
the handle of the machine, buz-
zers will buzz, horns will toot
and a symphony of red and blue
lights will flash off and on. This
modern mechanical addition has
been designed for the presenta-
tion by Carl Clench.
Rumpelstiltskin is heard to re-
mark during the play that the
traditional spinning wheel which
turns out the valuable thread is
now, "kid's stuff." He would pre-
fer to use his three-volt, four-
cylinder, calsode resinator to do
THE PLAY was first conceived
in November when Shepard made
a special trip to Ann Arbor to
study problems of theater-in-the-
round. Since that time he has
been working on the play which
has undergone several major
A musical score has been add-
ed to the script by Ross Lee Fin-
ney, Jr. who will appear as a
jester in the production.
Twelve-year-old Bruce Rae will
create the part of the mischievous
Rumpelstiltskin. Cast in the role
of Rosie, a young lady who mar-
ries a king, is Carol Lovelace, '56.
The king will be played by Ro-
bert Barrett, '55, and the queen-
mother by Laura Kawechi.
Renaissance music will be fea-
tured in the first Collegium Musi-t
cum concert of the semester at
8:30 p.m. Sunday in the Husseyj
Rm. of the League.
The group of students, faculty
members and Ann Arborites of-,
fers an intimate and amateur ap-
proach to little-heard music of:
the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.
FIRST ACTIVE in the late
1700's in Germany and later re-
vived in 1930, these ensembles
were formed in colleges andmuni-
versities where no formal music
education was offered.
With its introduction to Har-
vard twenty years ago, theCol-
legium Musicum groups spread
to other Ivy League colleges.
Prof. Louise Cuyler of the mu-
sic school organized the Univer-
sity Collegium Musicum in 1946,
and has directed the group's acti-
vities since then.
Performances of the ensemble
are usually given in a relatively
small room instead of a large
auditorium for "more intimacy,
like a theater in-the-round at-
mosphere," according to Prof.
Sunday's program will include
the first performance since the
16th century of Isaac's mass,
"Magne Deus," by the University
Tudor Singers directed by Prof.
Maynard Klein of the music
Music by 17th century compos-
ers Krieger, Pachelbel, Mursch-
hauser and Marais will also be
To Use New
Two new motion picture sound
projectors and a large new screen
will be initiated at tonight's Stu-
dent Legislature Cinema Guild
production of Alexander Korda's
"The Ghost Goes West."
The new equipment, recently
purchased by the SL Cinema Guild
is intended to improve showings
at Architecture Auditorium.
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"THE GHOST Goes West," star-
ring Robert Donat, is a lively com-
edy about an ancient Scottish
castle which is haunted by the
ghost of a former owner.
The hilarious escapades begin
in America when a Miami busi-
nessman moves the castle stone
by stone to Florida.
Two other films, Walt Disney's
"The History of Aviation," an
amusing but accurate study of
aviation from the Wright Broth-
ers to the end of World War II,
and an Academy Award winning
cartoon, "Clock Cleaners," are ad-
The films will be shown at 7 and
9 p.m. today and tomorrow andl
at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Architec-
ture Auditorium. Admission is 50'
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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1953
Vol. LXII, No. 116
Evolution of 'Ens ian Advances Nance Will Speak
Through 96 Year 'U' History At SalesMeeting
IN ANN ARBOR
- - -it's the V F W. Club for
Friday and Saturday Nites
Ninety-six years tells the story. School published Res Gestrae
df the 'Ensian's progression from which covered the fraternities'
a four page newspaper to the pre- and activities of law students.
sent publication of over 400 pages.E
The first University annual ap-
peared on campus in 1857. A four-
page publication, it contained
names of the Regents, faculty,
graduates, literary college stu-
dents and members of the "se-1
cret societies"-fraternities today.'
REPLACING THE "Register" in
1858-9 was a fraternity-sponsored
publication, The Palladium, pub-
lished semi-annually. This too
The 'Ensian appeared in 1897
as a consolidation of The Palla-
dium, The Castalian and Res Ges-
trae. At the turn of the century,
it was suggested that the new
publication take on yearbook sta-
For those interested in joining
the ranks of the present 'Ensiant
business staff, there will be a
meeting at 5 p.m. Monday in the
Student Publications Bldg.
Under the auspices of the
School of Business Administration,
a regional Sales Management Con-
ference will be held today in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
The meeting, which will include
a 9:45 a.m. and a 2 p.m. session,
will be closed with an address by
James J. Nance, president of the
Packard Motor Car Company, at
a dinner in the ballroom of the
Union. The subject of Nance's
speech will be "Planning for the
Sales Task Ahead."
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woman who is a regularly enrolled stu-
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is given on the basis of scholarship. five years but was revived in
activity record, and need. Those in- 1890 as The Castalian which
terested should apply at the Office of contained literary works and il-
the Dean of Women, where applications lustrations.
must be filed by April 1, 1953.
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