THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR DAY. APRIL 2. 1954
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WORK, TIME, ENERGY:
'Ensian Staff Pre pares
Final Touches on Book
"The final touches are now be-
ing made and the 1954 Michigan-
ensian is about to go to bed," Bob
.Schayer, '54, managing editor
Many hours of work, time and
energy have gone into this year's
book in an attempt to present a
well rounded, informative and ob-
Jective picture of the year's events,
according to Schrayer.
THE 'ENSIAN has a tradition of
continually trying to improve its
coverage and the quality of the
book, Schrayer remarked. This
year the staff has added an aud-
ible phase to the pictorial and
editorial resume in the form of a
16 minute, 331/3 rpm record.
Produced by WUOM, Ed Bur-
rows narrating, the record in-
cludes an introduction by Presi-
dent Harlan H. Hatcher and re-
tired swimming coach Matt
Mann, some singing of the "Mes-
siah," the Men's Glee Club per-
formance of "I Wann Go Back
To Michigan," episodes from the
football season and excerpts
from the Union opera, "Up 'N'
Running copy is used through-
out much of the book to present a
broader and more thorough pic-
ture of the year's activities and
their affects on students, Schrayer
'Ensians are now on sale for $7
with an additional charge of 75
cents for the record.
The gods are coming to Ann
In their forthcoming produc-
tion of "Thespis," the Gilbert and
Sullivan Society will present a
story of mortals changing posi-
tion with the gods on Mt. Olym-
pus. Jerald Bilik, '55SM, has writ-
ten music especially for this pro-
duction as the original score by
Sullivan was never published and
was consequently lost.
* ,* *
THE GROUP will also present
"The Sorcerer" which concerns a
mixed-up love problem and the
love potion that is taken to set
With the objective of bring-
ing Gilbert and Sullivan operet-
tas to the public, the society
was founded here in 1947. Two
members of the original group,
Jimmie Lobaugh, Grad. SM, and
Clarence Stevenson, Grad., have
leading roles in the coming pro-
Faculty advisors to the group
are Maynard Klein of the School
of Music and Sidney Straight, as-
sistant to the Director of Admis-
THE SOCIETY has produced
such well-known operettas as
"The Mikado," "H.M.S. Pinafore,"
and "Patience." Any profit made
from performances goes into a
scholarship fund for deserving
members of the society. Two shows
are given each year in Detroit as
part of the group's activities.
"Thespis" and "The Sorcer-
er" will be presented April 16
through 18 at 8 p.m. In Lydia
Tickets will go on sale April 13
at the Lydia Mendelssohn box of-
fice at 75 cents-90 cents for the
Thursday performance and 90
cents-$1.20 for Friday and Satur-
... COMING SOON
the world premiere
Also, "THE SORCERER"
a bewitching comedy.
April 15, 16, and 17.
Naval Reserve Group
G & S SOCIETY
GUNNERY INSTRUCTION-Capt. Robert Shafer (right), direc-
tor of the Reserve Naval Security Group, instructs members of
his class on the techniques of manning naval guns. The group, not
connected with NROTC, prepares University studeits for a two-
year period of Naval duty upon graduation in the field of com-
munications security. The program, which offers training for se-
curity and limited intelligence work, is open to persons between
the ages of 17 and 18" years of age. Meetings for persons inter-
ested in joining the group are held at 7:00 p.m. each Tuesday at
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SPE CIA L e e
FEATURE LENGTH In Exhibition
FUN RIOT! .
"Accessions, 1953," showing 68
C4 ZGS D$CGe out of the 100 items acquired by
Mickey Mouse in the University Museum of Art will
A; be on display Sunday through May
2 in the West Gallery of Alumni
S"YOne of the pieces shown will be
"Figure," a sculpture in wood exe-
cuted by the contemprary English
1sculptor, Henry Moore. In contrast
CEIRHDAtothis will be "Acrobats," a figure
MICKEYS BIRTHDAY PART in terra cotta by an American,
THE NIFTY NINETIES Peter Grippe.
Internationally known Moholy-
MR. MOUSE TAKES A TRIP Nagy, Graham Sutherland of
TIGER TROUBLE Britain, Dubuffet of France, the!
Swiss sculptor Giacometti, and the
T IItalian Guttuso will also have pro-
THE WHALER ducts on display.
Prints, which have been added
to the collection because of the
growing interest in the work of
prmt making, will also be shown.
B Various techniques, such as etch-
ing, lithography, wood-cutting andj
engraving will be represented.
The difficult social problems of
the community will be the subject
of the Social Work Progress In-
stitute to be held here April 9.
Six hundred social workers, ed-
ucators and others from Ohio and
Michigan will participate in the
institute which is sponsored by
the School of Social Work, its
alumni and the University Exten-
Participants will divide into four
groups dealing with different top-
ics. Bertram Beck, director of a
special juvenile delinquency pro-
ject for the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare in Wash-
ington will speak on "Protective
Serviceto Individual and Com-
"Community Planning for
Human Services" will be the
subject of a talk by Bradley
Buell, executive director of the
Community Research Associates
Inc., N. Y. Frances Scherz, case
work supervisor, Jewish Family
and Community Service, Chi-
cago, will discuss "Family-Cen-
Ralph W. Whelan, executive di-
rector of the New York City Youth
Board, will talk on "Reaching Re-
sistive Individuals, Families and
There will be a luncheon meet-
ing featuring an address on "New
Trends in Psychotherapy with
Children" by Dr. Ralph D. Rabin-
ovitch, head of the children's ser-
vice, Neuropsychiatric Institute of
:U' Will Help
University participation in the
1955 centennial of the opening of
the locks at Sault Ste. Marie,
Mich., has been announced by
Erich A. Walter, assistant to the
As chairman of the Soo Locks
Centennial Committee, Walter is
currently directing preparations
for an illustrated brochure, a mo-
tion picture film and radio and
The 35 to 40 page brochure,,
Sales from Farmer Directly to Consumer
Open every SATURDAY - 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.
DETROIT STREET - between Catherine and Kingsley
ANN ARBOR'S MOST LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
Dancing Tues., Fri., and Sat.
The Same Show and The Same Cast
as the 6.60 Broadway Musical .
In the textile holdings a fine
Paisley 'shawl and two pieces of
Chantilly lace may be viewed,.
The drawings, water colors,
prints, sculptures and textiles may
be seen at the Museum from 9
to 5 p.m. on weekdays and 2 to 5
p.m. on Sundays.
Representatives from Cornell
University will debate with the
Michigan Varsity Debating team
at 2 p.m. today in 4203 Angell
Topic of the debate is "Resolved,
that the United States should
adopt a policy of free trade."
Duane Schaffner, '56 and Walter
Newton, '57 will debate for Mich-
.written by F. ciever ald, assist-
Wio. 0 siii o 1o1 ( ant director of the Michigan His-
. torical Collections, will deal with
Varsity Debates the historic and economic im-
portance of the locks.
Michigan's Varsity Debate team The Audio - Visual Education
will take part in the Western Center is preparing a film on the
Conference Debate League Con- 4 Great Lakes, and Garnet R. Gar-
gress to be held April 8-12 at the rison, director of television, has
University of Wisconsin, Madison, planned several television pro-
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