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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1953

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CONTROVERSIAL DRAMA:
'Dee Are The Roots' To Open Tonight
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"Deep are the roots of preju-
dice" was the theme of play-
wrights Arnaud d'Usseau and
James Gow when they created a
drama dealing with racial prob-
lems in a Southern town.
Set in the interior of ex-Sena-
tor Langeon's southern mansion,
"Deep Are The Roots," one of the
most controversial dramas to be
performed on campus in recent

Twelve Music Students
To Be Honored Today
Twelve School of Music students bda, honorary music society. John-
will be honored at the annual mu- son will be initiated into the musi-
sic school Honors Program at 11 cal society.
a.m. today in Aud. A, Angell Hall. i
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra PROF. CLIFFORD, P. Lillya of'
conductor Thor Johnson will de- the music school will present theI
liver the main address in the Elsa Gardner Stanley Scholarship
event sponsored by Pi Kappa Lam- to Ruth Orr, Grad., and Kathleen
Bond, '53SM; the James L. Bab-
.A fiX . m Y .-. cock Scholarship to James D. Ber-I

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years, will open at 8 p.m. today in ' x et i 0 Js1 UIss
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Arts Theater Play
THE PLAY will continue night-___
ly performances through Satur- Prof. Arthur Eastman of the,
day. English department and Bob
Director of the play, Prof. Marshall, Ann Arbor merchant,
Claribel Baird, chose this cor- a
pelling drama as the final pro- Sin following tonight's perform-
duction of the Spring Playbill -Daily-Betsy Smith ance of Krog's "On the Way" at
series because of the "effective SUE RALSTON AND FRANCES REITZ REHEARSE the Arts Theater, 2091/'2 E. Wash-
way it presents a message that * * ington.
needs to be emphasized." THE DILEMMA of Langeon's ment play will be on sale from 9
Former Senator Langeon con- position heightens when both of a.m. until curtain time daily at P svchol o f Club
siders war hero Lt. Brett Charles his daughters sympathize with the League box office. Reserved .l J
a "menace to the community" and Charles, despite the fact that he seats are $1.20, $.90 and $.60. A Students interested in joining a
does everything in his power to is accused of stealing the Sena- special student rate of $.50 will be psychology club may attend the
make Charles' success as a high tor's precious watch. in effect tonight and tomorrow organizational meeting at 3 p.m.
school teacher impossible. Tickets for the speech depart- night. today in Rm. 3415 of Mason Hall.

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53SM, and the Albert Lockwood
Memorial Scholarship to Evelyn
Brooks, '53SM.
Prof. Lillya will also award
the Pi Kappa Lambda Fresh-
man Award to Rebecca Badger,
'56SM; the Sigma Alpha Iota
Scholarship Award to Joan St.
Denis, '54SM; the Mu Phi Ep-
silon Scholarship Award to Anne
Young, '55SM, and the Pi Kap-
pa Lambda scholarship Award
to Rogert Cogan, Grad.
Three students receiving the
Presser Musical Scholarship are
Russell Christopher, '53SM, Wes-
ley True, '53SM, and Ralph E.
Hamilton, '53SM.

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Ph. 2-9020. ) 10C
ROOMS FOR RENT
SUITE to share with board 520 Thomp.
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PRIVATE single rooin furnished. Mod-
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Call 2-7108,.)21D,
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or post-graduates. Clean quiet rooms,
cooking privileges in same at 611
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Phone 2-4744. )9C
EXCELLENT single and double rooms
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fall; 5 minutes from campus; ice-box
privileges; privacy. Ph. 3-0849. )29D
FRONT SINGLE furnished room near
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THE ARTS THEATER
is presenting
HEL GE KROG'S
ON THE WAY
Panel Discussion Follow's Tonight's Performance:
Prof. Eastman-Eng. Dept.
Bob Marshall

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the
University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on Saturday).
WEDNESDAY, APRIL ?, 1953
Vol. LXII, No. 136
Notices
Student Tea. President and Mrs.
Hatcher will be at home to students
from 4 to 6 o'clock Wednesday, April 22.
School of Music Honors Convocation,
11 a.m., Wed., Apr. 22, in Auditorium A,
Angell Hall. Address by Thor Johnson,
Conductor of Cincinnati Symphony Or-
chestra. School of Music classes dis-
missed from 11 to 12.
Juniors, seniors, and graduate stu-
dents. The Fresh Air Camp will offer
8 hours of credit (Education, Sociology,
Social Work, and Psychology( in a re-
lated work-study program with emo-
tionally disturbed boys. Bulletins and
information-504D University Elemen-
tary School, Camp Office.

[AL BULLETIN1
June Teacher's Certificate Candidates.
The Teacher's Oath will be administered
to all June candidates for the teach-
er's certificate on Tuesday and wed-
nesday, Apr. 21 and 22, in 1437 Univer-
sity Elementary School. This is a re-
quirement for the teacher's certifi-
cate.
'ITo Instructors of Engineering Fresh-
men. Ten-week grades for all Engineer-
ing Freshmen are due in the Secretary
Office, 263 West Engineering Building,
on Mon., Apr. 27.
Selective Service Examination. Stu-
dents taking the Selective Service Col-
lege Qualification Test on April 23 are
requested to report to Rooms 130 or
140, Business Administration, or Room
100 Hutchins Hall, Thursday morning
at 8:45.
Attention Seniors. Cap and Gown
orders are now being taken at Moe's
Sport Shop at 711 North University.
Measurements will be taken upon or-
dering the gowns. Drop down soon and
f avoid the rush.
Aviation Cadet Program. There will
be a meeting Thurs. and Fri., Apr. 23
and 24, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., in
the Student Union, Room 3-G, to see
Major Allison, who will give complete
information on U.S. Air Force Avia-
tion Cadet Selection Team.
Preliminary tryouts for one-act plays
written by members of the Playwriting
class will be held in 4203 bAngell Hal
COMING SUNDAY
STORMY
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"BITTER RICE"
and foturin9
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on Thursday April 23, at 4 p.m. All
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ternational Living is receiving applica-
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ren welcomed. Call at 915 Oakland or
phone 3-8506.
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Bureau of Appointments' weekly sum-
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Thursday afternoon, 1 to 5 p.m., in
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sort, or business and industrial posi-
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Russell Kelly Office Service, of De-
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3-A, Michigan Union, from 3 to 5 p.m.
Thursday to talk to all interested stu-
dents about clerical positions in the
Detroit area for employment this sum-
mer.
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Thursday afternoon in Room 3-A from
1 to 5 p.m. to discuss employment op-
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CinfetnaSL fuid
3 NIGHTS
STARTING FRIDAY
On the Large New Screen

Coming . . .
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THURS., APR. 30, 8:30 SAT. MAY 2, 8:30
FRI., MAY 1, 8:30 SUN., MAY 3,2:30
SAT., MAY 2, 2:30 SUN., MAY 3, 8:30
TICKETS - $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
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There has been a great hue and cry for "Better Pictures." I do everything
in my power to get the producers to make better pictures. That's part of my job.
The producers are making better pictures. Yet, when one of them comes
along, the public has a perverse way of staying away from the theatre. I don't'
want that to happen to "TONIGHT WE SING," which, in-my opinion, is one
of the fine pictures of the season.
"TONIGHT WE SING" is a movie so thoroughly enjoyable, so completely
entertaining, we would like to shout its merits from the housetops, particularly
to those video addicts who demand something unusual, something exceptional,
to force them out of their living rooms.
"TONIGHT WE SING" is the story of Sol Hurok, the world's foremost
concert impressario. It was produced by that great showman, George Jessel,
However, due to its lack of star movie names (it does have an all star cast of
the world's finest dramatic and musical artists), I''m afraid people may
pass it up.
It would be a tragedy to miss such a wonderful film. It comes to the
State Theatre starting Saturday, April 25th. For an unusual experience in rich
melodic entertainment, I urge you to see it

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JERRY HOAG, MANAGER
STATE THEATRE
PONGHT WE SING

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