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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1953

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DailySenior Appointments Announced by Board
* * * *~ * ** *

Career As

(Continued from Page 1)

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From Atlanta, Ga., 20-year-old
Miss Hankin is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi sorority and
treasurer of both Scroll and Theta
Sigma Phi, journalism honorary
society.

SEIDEN, 20 - year - old; junior,
from Chicago is a member of Zeta
Beta Tau fraternity and is -an
accounting major.
On the Sports Staff, Ivan
Kaye, '54, was appointed Sports
Editor and Richard Lewis, '53,
and Paul Greenberg, '54, were.
appointed Associate Sports Edi-
tors.
Kaye, 20-year-old junior from
Chicago is a member of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity and a history major.
Lewis, from Long Island City,
New York, is a political science
major and a member of Sigma
Delta Chi. He is 21 years old and
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu.
* * *
A MEMBER of Pi Lambda Phi,
20-year-old Greenberg is from New
York City. He is a member of
Phi Eta Sigma and Sigma Delta
Chi and is majoring in history.
The position of Women's Edi-
tor went to Marilyn Campbell,
'54, and Katherine Zeisler, '54,
is the new Associate Women's
Editor.
Miss Campbell, a 20-year-old
junior, is from Saginaw, Mich.,
and is a journalism major. She
is a member of Theta Sigma Phi,
and this year served as Publicity
Chairman for Women's Athletic
Association and as Daily Publicity
Chairman for Spring Weekend.
A :resident of Ann Arbor and
formerly of Monroe, Mich., Miss
Zeisler is 21 years old and a journ-
alism major. She is a member
of Senior Society, Theta Sigma
Phi, Mortarboard, Kappa Tau Al-
pha, journalism honorary, and has
served as Public Relations Chair-
man of Assembly Association.
The Board in Control of Stu-
dent Publications also announc-
ed junior positions on the Michi-
ganensian. Henrietta Lubke, '55,
was named Feature Editor; Bet-
ty Dettling, '54, Organizations
Editor; Max Bergman, '55, As-
sociate Organizations Editor.
Mike Montgomery, '55, was nam-
ed Schools and Colleges Editor of
the publication; Patricia Marx,
'55, House Groups Editor; Jack
Pierce, '55, Sports Editor; Joel
Kaplan, '55, Associate Sports Edi-
tor and Virginia Pike, '54Ed, Copy
Editor.

ALICE BOGDONOFF DIANE DECKER
. . Associate Editor . . . Associate. Editor
* * * * * *

HELENE SIMON
. . . Associate Editor
* * *

HARLEAN HANKIN
... Associate Business Manager

Writer Told
ByMiller
(Continued from Page 1)
couldn't get jobs then. We could-
n't imagine security."
* * *
WORKING TWO and a half
years as a stock clerJ and a singer
on a Brooklyn radio station after
graduating from high school, Mil-
ler came to the University because
it was "cheap and good." He re-
calls out-of-state tuition at that
time was approximately $100.
Miller worked on The Daily
for a year as reporter and book
reviewer, but quit when he start-
ed writing seriously for the Hop-
wood contest.
"Writing for the Hopwoods gave
purpose to the year," the 37-year-
old playwright said. He won two
minor awards in 1936 and 1937.
"They Too Arise," a play turned
down by Hopwood judges, won him
a $1,250 Theater Guild scholarship
at the University.
His first play, dealing with a
mink rancher, "The Man Who Had
All the Luck," was produced in 19-
45 and ran for six days.
* * *
"DOWNHEARTED because of
the failure and a little scared of
the theater, I turned to prose," he
said. Having had his first novel,
"Situation Normal," published in
1944, he wrote "Focus." He also did
free lance radio writing.
His first success came with
"All My Sons" which won the
Drama Critic's Circle Award.
"Death of a Salesman" was his
next hit, taking the National'
Critics Award and the Pulitzer
Prize.
One of the repercussions of
"Death of a Salesman" was invi-
tations from several large compan-
ies asking him to speak to their
salesmen on how to be useful.
"Me-who had never even sold a
can-opener," he laughed.
The writer also received letters
from successful business men com-
paring themselves with Willie Lo-
man, the hero of the play. "I had
no idea so many people were that
bad off," Miller said.
* * *
CALLING playwriting "the most
difficult profession," Miller said,
"Success creates as many problems
as it solves. When you know you
can do more, you demand more of
yourself, making life harder."
His main criticism of contem-
porary playwrights is that they
are hedging around not saying
anything. "The greatest exeri-
cise of playwrights today is mak-
ing simple things complicated
and passing it off for profun-
dity," he said.
Taking a rest from the theater
for a while, Miller is now working
on a short novel. His goal for his
next play is to "find a complete
picture of man."

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BILL KAUFMAN
... Advertising Manager

BILL SEIDEN
... Finance Manager

1953 DRAMA SEASON:
Cornell To Star In Constant Wife'

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

By FRAN SHELDON
Katherine Cornell's appearance
in this year's first Drama Season
production of May 11 will set a
new precedent in her lengthy ca-
reer.
By bringing her production of
"The Constant Wife" to Ann Ar-
bor for a full week's run, Miss Cor-
nell will have accepted an engage-
ment for more than one evening
on a college campus for the first
time.
* * * .
SHARING THE spotlight with
her will be Robert Flemyng and
John Emery.
Termed by New York Herald

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THE ARTS THEATER
WILL PRESENT MAY 7, 8, 9
A SLEEP OF PRISON ERS
By CHRISTOPHER FRY
AT ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
Mail Orders Now $1.80, $1.50, $1.20

Tribune critic, "a comedy of
high and delectable humor," the
Somerset Maugham play marks
Miss Cornell's first contempor-
ary comedy appearance in eight
seasons.
Characterized by its "urbane wit
and adult humor," the play, which
is under the direction of Miss Cor-
nell's husband Guthrie McClinton,
sees her in the role of Constance
Middleton, wife of a philandering
doctor.
In an attempt to give him a
taste of his own medicine, the her-
oine sets out to revive a romance
with an old flame, thereby creat-
ing the eternal triangle.
THE CONSTENT wife comedy
has proven to be one of Miss Cor-
nell's biggest hits since her ap-
pearance in "The Barretts of
Engineering Auto
Show Scheduled
An automobile exhibit featuring
a number of antique cars as well
as the newest domestic and for-
eign models will highlight the bi-
annual Engineering Open House
which will be held May 1 and 2
in the College of Engineering.
Alldepartments of the college
will be open for inspection, and
many of them will feature special
displays showing the latest devel-
opments in the numerous engi-
neering fields.
Although the event is not a part
of the special University Day for
the State's high school students,
invitations have been extended to
all the high schools to attend the
open house as a part of their cam-
pus activities.

Wimpole Street."
Before her Broadway debut,
Miss Cornell scored a success in
the London production of "Lit-
tle Women." She rose to star-
dom in the United States with
her performances in "A Bill of
Divorcement" and "The Green
Hat."1
Returning from England to do
"The Constant Wife" with Miss
Cornell, Robert Flemyng also star-
red with her in "No Time for Co-
med y."
Remembered locally for his
caricature of John Barrymore in
"The Royal Family," John Emery
was also in the Broadway produc-
tion of "The Moon is Blue," and
has made numerous radio and tele-
vision appearances.
SCHEDULED TO run from
May 11 through 16, single tickets
for all performances of "The Con-
stant Wife" will go on sale at 10
a.m. May 9 in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater box office.
Ticket prices for all evening
performances are $3.60, $3.00,
and $2.50. Matinees will be giv-
en on May 14th and 16th, and
ticket prices for these perform-
ances will bef$3.00 and $2.00.
SL, S RA To Hold
Travel Program
"W o r k, Study and Travel
Abroad," will be the theme of the
Travel Night at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row at Lane Hall.
Sponsored by Student Legisla-
ture and the Student Religious As-
sociation, the travel evening will
feature speakers who have travel-
ed under numerous plans from
luxury liners to workcamp pro-
jects.
ON THE LARGE NEW
SCREEN AT
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The U. of M. Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents
GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S
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THE MOST LOVED MUSICAL IN HISTORY
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