THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1959
County Museum Displays
Numerous Historical Items
A wedding gown with an 18- date, the collection of antiques has
inch waistline, a pair of shoes been passed on from one group to
size two and a 150-year-old watch another.
belonging to a Saline surveyor * * *
make up part of the collection T.e
sponsored by the Washtenaw His- TiS IS the first time the entire
torical Society and now on exhib- museum collection has been dis-
it at the Bach School in Ann Ar- played at one time.
The society was started in 1878
by P. handful of pioneers from the
East, and although it has been re-
organized many times since that
The State's first workshop on
the use of the radio in the class-
room will be held from 9 a.m. to
noon in the WUOM studios, fifth
floor Administration Bldg.
Arranged in conjunction with
the Michigan Schoolma ters' Club,
the radio workshop is designedto
help Michigan teachers get the
most out of radio as a classroom
aid, Speakers will include Prof.
Edgar E. Willis of the speech de-
partment and Kari N. Franck of
Chairman of the workshop is
William Bender Jr., of the WUOM
Included in the collection is a
tandem bicycle on which for-
mer Regent Julius Beale and
his bride toured Europe in 1891
and a tortoise-shell fan which
belonged to the wife of Ann Ar-
One of the purposes of the ex-
hibit is to acquaint citizens of
Washtenaw County with customs
of the past. To accomplish this,
there are displays depicting de-
velopment of household lighting
in Washtenaw County, from old
candle molds and whale oil lamps
to modern electric lighting fix-
Other articles on display at
the museum are uniforms from
the Civil and Spanish-American
wars, a pair of andirons cast in
Ann Arbor more than 100 years
ago and various kitchen and
farm utensils used in colonial
The exhibit, which will be dis-
played indefinitely, is located at
600 W. Jefferson.
It took the combined efforts
of three University administra-
tors to rescue a studious coed
who recently found herself
locked in Angell Hall Study
Hall with the librarian gone for
After banging on the door,
she managed to attract the at-
tention of a student passing
in the hall, who summoned
Dean of Women, Deborah Ba-
con, just leaving a student
affairs committee meeting.
Dean Bacon in turn contacted
James H. Robertson, associate
dean of the literary college,
who discovered that Charles E.
Odegaard, dean of the literary
college had a master key which
would open the study hall. The
three then released the trapped
To Give Play1
Le Cercle Francais, campus
French Club, will present "Le Tar-
tuffe ou l'Imposteur," a five-act
comedy by Moliere at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in Lydia Mendelssohn
A satire on religious hypocrisy
and people who permit themselves
to be fooled by imposters, the play
is known as one of the great mas-
terpieces of the French theater.
The Moliere play, which was
produced more than 2,000 times at
the' Comedie-Francaise in' Paris,
will be presented for the first time
in Ann Arbor. It will be the 47th
consecutive annual French play.
Prof. Charles E. Koella, of the,
French department, will direct the
play. Most of the male roles are
being taken by teaching fellows in
French or graduate students.
Tickets for the performance may
be purchased beginning Monday
at the Lydia Mendelssohn box of-
To Give Talk
Roy E. Larsen, President of
Time, Inc., will address the 87th
meeting of Michigan Schoolmas-
ters' Club at 9 a.m. today in the
A graduate of Harvard Univers-
ity in 1921, Larsen is now president
of the Harvard Alumni Associa-
tion. He is also serving as president
of the United Hospital Fund and
trustee of the New York Public
Library. Formerly Overseer of Har-
vard, Larsen has received honor-
ary degrees from Marietta Col-
lege in Ohio and Bucknell Uni-
versity in Pennsylvania.
He will attend an informal cof-
fee hour from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
today in the Union ballroom
which is open to the public.
He will also attend an informal
discussion for journalism students
from 1 to 2 p.m. today in Rm. 1443
Mason Hall. All students interest-
ed in journalism have been in-
vited by the department to at-
Bar A ssociation
Rights of the individual under
collective bargaining will be dis-
cussed by members of the Michi-
gan State Bar Association from
10 a.m. to noon and from 2 to 4
p.m. tomorrow in the Rackham
Participants in the discussion
will represent the viewpoints of
union members and employers to-
ward the Taft Hartley Law.
The event is a workshop spon-
sored by the Labor Relations Law
Section of the State Bar Associ-
ation. The meetings will be open
to the public.
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