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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 2t, 1958

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Arts Festival To Begin Frida

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Drake Offers Class Credit to Travelers

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-Daily-Betsy Smith
THEATER-Gene Tolfree, as F. Scott Fitzgerald, scolds his wife,
portrayed by Mary Forsyth as the two rehearse for the play, "The
Late He and She," by Robert Rice, '54.

Creative Art
Of Students
To BeShow
By MARTHA PAPO
With less than a week to go,
students working on the Fifth
Annual Inter-Arts Festival con-
tinue to whip the program into
final shape.
Set for March 27 and 28, the
Festival will show the results of
creative student work in poetry,
music, drama, art and dance.
* * *
OPENING the Festival at 8 p.m.
Friday in Auditorium A, Angell
Hall will be a music program under
the direction of David Tice, '55SM.
The program consists of three
songs by composer Fred Coulter,
sung by Allegra Branson, '54SM.
A suite for solo cello composed
by William Dappmann will be
played by Camilla Heller, '55SM,
and a short piano sonata by
Fred Coulter will be played by
David Tice.
A four piece brass quartet and
timpani will also take part in the
music program.
* * *
GENERATION IS in charge
of Saturday afternoon's program
which will feature Maybell Hush
reading Chinese poetry. The aft-
ernoon program will be conduct-
ed informally.
The triple bill which is sched-
uled for 8 p.m. Saturday in Pat-
tengill Auditorium, in Ann Ar-
bor High School, will include a
dance, a play and an opera. "The
Late He and She" will feature
Mary Forsyth as the wife of F.
Scott Fitzgerald with Gene Tol-
free as Fitzgerald.
The play by Robert'Rice, '54, is
a rather serious drama delving
into the past life of P. Scott Fitz-
gerald, the famous author.
* * *
THE SECOND number of the
evening is the allegorical opera,
"Adam and Eve" written by Karl
Magruson. The opera casts Joan
St. Denis, '54SM, as Eve, David
Murray, '53SM, as Adam, and Rus-
sell Christopher, '53SM.
Ending the evening will be a
20 minute dance composition.
The choreography for the num-
ber was done by Robin Squier,
'54,iand features Henrietta Her-
melin, '55 and Miss Squier.
The art exhibit of student work
which has been on display in
Alumni Memorial Hall opens the
festival March 27 and will end
March 28.

* * * *

By NAN SWINEHART'
Travel of one kind or another
had a prominent place in college
newspapers throughout the coun-
try last week.
A travel course with credit is be-
ing offered this summer by Drake
University in Des Moines, Iowa.
Under the direction of the history
department, the course will com-
bine history classes and a two-
week tour of Cuba and Panama.
AUTOMOBILES are being
blamed by the Dean of Students
at Michigan State College for a
25 percent increase in social vio-
lations over the fall term. The

dean said that about 95 percent
of the cases reviewed resulted from
students getting mixed up in sit-
uations involving automobiles.
The point of interest at Brown
University in Providence, R.I.,
is not travel but a proposed ex-
periment of "no regular lectures
and no textbooks." The program.
set to start next fall, is aimed at
abolishing methods of mass ed-
ucation.I
According to press reports, the
experimental project, financed by
a $250,000 Carnegie Foundation
grant, will concentrate on read-
ing great works of literature, as
well as reasoning, speaking, and

writing. Freshmen with high aca-
demic standing will be eligible to
enroll in the test classes. '
Student leaders at Cornell and
the University of Wisconsin are
reorganizing student government
there. At Wisconsin, the student
government is being revised while
at Cornell the independent stu-
dents' organization is undergoing
a change.
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-Daily-Larry Wilk
THE DANCE-Choreographer and dancer, Robin Squier, '54, re-
hearses her part in the modern dance to be presented as part of
the triple bill Saturday night.

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-Daily-Don Campbell
ADAM AND EVE-Joan St. Denis, '54SM, listens to David Mur-
ray, '53SM, sing while director Strowan Robertson, of Arts Theater
sits in the background during rehearsal for the opera, "Adam and
Eve."

Open Monday Nites

306 South State

-Daiy-Larry y ViL
MODERN ART-"Crow Field" by Joyce Halbrook, '53A, is an
example of student art atAlumni Memorial Hall where the exhibit
includes examples of impressionism, cubism, surrealism and con-
ventionalism.

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