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PAGE EIGHT

THE ]IICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1953

PAGE EIGHT TUESDAY, DECEMBER S, 195w

1953

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Tomorrow

'Up 'N'

Atom'

To Show

Atomic Energy, Liquor

-Daily-Don Campbell
ATOMIC SCIENTIST WOOS GIRL; FATHER APPEARS DISCONSOLATE

-Daily-Don Uampbell

By JOEL BERGER
At 8:30 p.m. tomorrow the cur-
tain will rise on the 34th Union
Opera, "Up 'N' Atom."
Under the general chairmanship
of Mike Scherer, '54, the Opera
will deal with home brew, the hill
folks of Tennessee and atomic
energy. Script for the all-male
musical comedy, to be presented
through Friday, was written by
Howard Nemerovski, '54E, and the
music and lyrics by Harold (Red)
Johnson, '55SM, Paul McDon-
odgh, '55L, Pete Katz, '55SM, Dick
Seid, '55, Gerry Strauch, 57M, and
Murry Frymer, '56.
"UP 'N' ATOM" centers on the
attempts of two young atomic sci-
entists to secure the formula of
a high-powered home brew which
proves to be the completing in-
gredient in a significant atomic
chain reaction.
In their search the two scien-
tists, Bob Cutting, '54NR, and
John Geralt, '55M, clash head-
on with Tennessee moonshiner
Lem Watters, played by Andy
Cooley, '56.
Watters is the only person who
knows the secret formula which
has won him the position of pa-
triarch of West Bourbon, Tennes-
see. Struggle for the control of
the atomic ingredient runs into
complications with the entry of
a well-known private detective,
played by Gene Bohi, Grad., and
his girl friend, acted by Russ
Brown, '55.
BROWN'S project is to buy,
borrow or steal the precious for-
mula for a nearly bankrupt New'
York distillery seeking a way out
of financial ruin.
Along the way, romantic com-
plications are added for the two
scientists by hillbilly girls por-

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trayed by Earl Sayer, '57, and
Ron Poland, '56. Martha Wat-
ters, mother of the girls, is Herb
Drucker, '55L, in real life.
Jim Lobaugh, Grad., portrays
the two scientists' boss, civil ser-
vice chief Miss Price. Also during
the opera, Andy Cooley, '55M,
dances his way across the stage
as an Oak Ridge Janitor.
TWO ATOMIC explosions on-

stage will highlight the show,
along with the appearance of Gor-
don Epding, '55, as President Eis-
enhower. Epding won his part
after a recent campus-wide search.
Director of the Opera is Fred
Evans, a New Yorker who has
worked with such musical com-
edy greats as Florenz Ziegfleld,
Mike Todd and George M. Co-
han.

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-Daily-Don Campbell
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