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TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MAY L 11194

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EnginerinTRIP TO BOUNTIFUL":
Engineering Drama Seasin Performers
Talk Slated_

Arrive for ehearsals

A conference on

nuclear power,

sponsored by the Nuclear Engi-
neering Committee of the engin- The cast of Drama Season's op-
eering school, will be held from ening production, "The Trip to that he expanded it into a con-
nBountiful" began arriving in Ann plete three act play in which
7:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday in Audi- Arbor today in preparation for re- Miss Gish made the greatest per-
torium A, Angell Hall. hearsals which will begin Tuesday. sonal triumph of her career ear-
The play opens Monday. May 10. !ier this season on Broadway.
The purpose of the meeting 1 and will continue through Satur-
will be to acquaint the faculty Tdy a 5 ih aiesTus wo of the star s other outstand-
wil beto cquintthefaclty day, May 15, with matinees Thurs- ' ing portrayals have' been roles in
and students of the University, day and Saturday afternoons. "Duel theaSu"a n rtrait
as well as the genieral public, oDuel in the Sun and 'Portrait
with the new developments in of Jennie.
LILLIAN GISH, Kim Stanley. M
the nuclear energy industry. John Conwell, Jeanne Bolan and MISS STANLEY who will be
Moderated by Prof. Henry J. Frank Overton will arrive by train Miss Gish's chief support has per-
Gomberg of the engineering school, tomorrow night from Chicago formed in Jose Ferrer's production
and assistant director of the Phoe- where they have just concluded of "The Chase" and the Pulitzer
nix Project, the conference will a successful engagement in "Boun- Prize winning play, "Picnic."
discuss the nuclear energy indus- tiful." Like Miss Gish, Overton will al-
try, in terms of raw materials fis- Actors Truman Smith, David so recreate his original New York
sion product preparation and pres- Clive, and director Vincent J. Don- I performances for local audiences.
ent power costs. ahue are arriving from New York Smith, a graduate of the Univer-
Speakers will include Dean today. sity, has appeared in the recent
Ralph A. Sawyer of the graduate Horton Foote originally wrote Drama Season productions.
school, Prof. H. A. Ohlgren of the the play for television where it Season tickets for the five plays
Cooley Foundation and Dean E. was produced with Miss Gish in of the series will go on sale at 10
Blythe Stason of the law school, the leading role. Audience re- a.m. tomorrow in the Lydia Men-
along with Prof. Gomberg. sponse appeared so favorable delssohn Box Office.

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By JIM DYGERT
Almost everyone likes to travel
and meet people.
Bruce Bugbee, Grad., takes a
special delight in it. He recalls
.the varied experiences he has had
on his travels in Europe with a!
feeling of discovery.
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tual incidents and some legendary,
behind these slides and gathered
from others of his experiences, will
give the student interested in Eu-
ropean travel some of the "inside
dope" on the continent.
"MANY OF Europe's most in-
teresting features lie 'beneath the

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SOME OF the more memorable surface' and are often overlooked
will comprise an hour talk entitled by the casual tourist unless he
"Europe for the Student Traveler" makes an effort to find them,"
which he will give at 7:30 p.m. has been the friendly graduate
.Tuesday in Rm. 3G of the Union. student's main discovery about Eu-
Sponsored by the Union Stu- rope.
dent Offices, Bugbee's talk will be
supplemented by approximately An integral part of his dis-
100 color slides he has taken in cussion will include suggestions
the course of his three trips to and tips on economical travel in
Europe and two excursions around Europe. "There is a distinction
the world. between a traveler and a tour-
Having traveled by bicycle on ist," he pointed out. "The tour-
trips sponsored by the American ist usually spends a lot of mon-
Youth Hostels on his last two ey but fails to see the real Eu-
visits to Europe, the former rope."
World War II naval volunteer Countries chosen by Bugbee for
has innumerable stories to relate his talk include Spain, Portugal,
about his adventures in the Old France, Italy and "if there's time,
World. England." Background notes on
"It is hard to compress into a the history of these countries,
ifew words the amazing variety of which "are necessary for an un-
this fabulous continent," Bugbee derstanding of the people in them,"
explained. Complaining over the will also be threaded through the
task of whittling his talk to a talk.
mere hour because "so little about Bugbee, 26-year-old son of a
Europe can be told in such a short Grosse Pointe lawyer, is studying
time," he selected slides showing for his doctor's degree in history.
places of particular .interest for Besides his desire to travel, his
his talk, search of knowledge has taken him
Stories and anecdotes, some ac- to many widely separated places.
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