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. THIs MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1953

Noted Actor
To Perform
Tomorrow
Speaking "Great Words to Great
Music," Claude Rains, noted stage
and screen star, will present sev-
eral dramatic readings with mu-
sical accompaniment at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow at Hill Auditorium.
The program will feature read-
ings from "Enoch Arden" by Ten-
nyson, with a special musical ar-
rangement composed by Richard
Strauss.
Also included will be "Jorney
of the Magi" by T. S. Eliot and
"April Morning" by Robert Hillyer.
Rains iwill also present selections
from "Richard II" by Shakespeare
and excerpts from "The Canter-
bury Tales," by Chaucer and from
the Bible.
Rains appeared, in "The Con-
stant Nymph" in 1926 in New York,
and has appeared regularly in
American stage and screen presen-
tations since that time. Last sea-
son he co-starred with Ina Claire
and Joan Greenwood in T. S. El-
iot's "The Confidential Clerk."
He has also starred in "Julius
Caesar," "A Bill of Divorcement,"
"The Doctor's Dilemma" and
"Darkness at Noon."
Tickets, priced at $2.50, $1.75
and $1, will be on sale at the Hill
Auditorium box office 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. today and 10 a.m. until cur-
tain time tomorrow.

BOARD IN CONTROL:
Five Vie for Three Student Publication Posts

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-Daily-Esther Goudsmit
OUTLINE-The structure of Ann Arbor government under the
proposed new city charter.'
Proposed Charter Offered
As Constitutional Revision

HARLAND BRITZ
By DAVE BAAD
Five candidates are running for
three positions on the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
Four aspirants, including former
summer managing editor of The
Daily, Harland Britz, .'56L, are
or have been connected with stu-
dent publications.
Ann Cordill, '56, is presently Of-
fice Manager of the Ensian Busi-
ness. Staff, Hanley Gurwin, '55,
is Associate Sports Editor of the
Daily, and Bill Wise, '55, has

ANN CORDILL

PAUL ELVIDGE

HANLEY GURWIN

BILL WISE

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(Continued from Page One)
these departments are under the
direct supervision of the admin-
istrator, but advisory boards may
be appointed.
Many departments are reorga-
nized. The city clerk, who now has
many financial and accounting
duties, has in the past delegated
them to a budget director. The
new charter creates the office of
(Paid Political Adv.)
Bill WISE
to
Board in Control
of Student
Publications
EXPERIENCE!
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Take the train for a fun-filled
trip back home ... with your
friends along and room to roam.
No tough driving to do, and no
waiting for weather to clear.
Costs less, too ... you and
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trip coach fares on most trips
of 100 miles. or more by using
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controller outside the clerk's of-
fice. Elections and licenses are to
be the clerk's sole domain.
Also, no license fees will be paid
through the clerk's office. All bills
owed the city will be paid to the
city treasurer.
New Department
A new Department of Utilities
replaces the old water board and
is given control of Ann Arbor's
sewage and water systems.
The new charter establishes a
central personnel agency which
makes employees available to the
various departments. A merit Vs-
tem may be set up, and any racial
or religious discrimination is bar-
red.
Two remnants of the past are
brought to mind by charter pro-
visions. A town meeting to decide.
temporary increases in the prop-
erty tax rate has been replaced
by a referendum. And, as required
by state law, the mayor is em=
powered to appoint a constable
from among the members of the
police force.
March winds doth blow
Need a Hair-cut Joe?,?
See
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715 N. University

'Inquiry' Report Gives Ideas
.for Possible Dorm Changes
(Continued from Page One) I

served the past year as Advertis-
ing Manager of the Daily..
Paul Elvidge, '57, the other
Board entry has not had experi-
ence with publications but has
work~ed with Student Legislature
and Interfraternity Council.
Guide Policy
The three students on the Board
of Control sit with five faculty
members and two state newspaper
editors to guide policy of the Daily,
Ensian, Gargoyle and Generation.
Faculty board members include
Prof. Kenneth Stewart of the
journalism department, Prof. Dud-
ley Phelps of the business admini-
stration school, Prof. William Mc-
Keachie of the psychology depart-
ment, Prof. Warner G. Rice of the
English department and chairman
of the Board John Reed of the
Law School.
State Editors
State newspaper editors include
Glen McDonald of the Bay' City
Times, and Ink White of Clinton
County Republican News.
Britz, the only Board incumbent
running for reelection, stresses

two years Miss Cordill is "appre-
ciative of the problemĀ§ confronting
the publications and could thus
be an aid to the Board."
Worked on Daily
Gurwin and Wise have both
worked on the Daily for four years.
Summer sports editor of the
Daily last summer, Gurwin has
worked with the Interfraternity
Council as a member of the House
Presidents Assembly.

Wise, a member of Druids sen-
ior honorary, has also been in Un-
ion Opera.
Elvidege said in his campaign
statement his experience in publi-
cations has been limited to the
role of observer.
"Because I have had no direct
contact with the organizations in-
volved, I feel I could bring to the
discussions of the Board a fresh
and impartial viewpoint."

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The Inquiry report urges a sub-
stantial increase in staff assistpnt
salaries tied to the cost of room
and board. The present $25 per
month salary has been in effect
since 1945, while room and board
rates have gone up about $278 an-
nually.
All-Campus
SGC Election
Stairts Today
(Continued from Page One)
In many quarters the campaign
for the SGC election has been
considered slow.
Although candidates have plas-
tered posters in most convenient
campus locations, given speeches
in fraterniies, sororities and dor-
mitories, many observers have de-
plored the lack of discussion of
"important" issues.

As to the associate advisors
(house mothers), the committee
feels the position should be con-
tinued, although periodic instruc-
tion should be given. A periodic
review of her effectiveness should
also be made, the report states.
No further transfer of house
units to women should take place,

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the group asserts. "Such measures four years experience with the Dai-

are utterly

destructive to

the I ly

House Plan and its objectives."
A further recommendation is
"the IHC, the fraternities and the
administration s h o u 1 d jointly
study the problem of freshmen
pledges in the residence halls for
the purpose of finding a solution
which would be satisfactory to
all."
Evaluate Personnel
Staff personnel should be peri-
odically evaluated by students in
the residence halls, the report con-
tinues. Such evaluations woMld be
for corrective purposes.
IHC should develop a leadership
training program for house offi-
cers, the committee stated.
-Concerning the recommenda-
tions, the Inquiry committee stated
they are intended to represent
areas of the report "which should
be considered immediately by the
governing bodies of the men's res-
idence halls - the residence hall
board of governors and the IHC."
Paul Bunyan
Comes Back
Mysteriously
(Continued from Page One)

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as his primary qualification.
"Unfettered Expression"

In his campaign statement Britz
stands for the cause of "unfettered
student expression."
Miss Cordill, Gurwin and Wise
all emphasize their publications
experience as their main qualifi-
cation for the Board in Control.
With the Ensian staff the last
Interviews Held
Two representatives from the
State Department will interview
interested candidates personally
1:30 to 3:30 p.m. today in 4626 Ha-
ven Hall.

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Last week, Crisler told The
Daily the trophy was not insured
and said it would have to be re-
placed if not returned.
Disciplinary Action Unsure
Concerning possible discipline,
Dean Rea said it was not possible
to predict what action, if any,
would be taken until the full cir-
cumstances were known. But, he
added, the emphasis was on get-
ting the trophy back in good
shape. "We hate to consider dis-
cipline for something done as a
prank," Dean Rea commented.
Originally, it was thought Mich-
igan State students took the tro-
phy back to East Lansing.
In an annonymous letter to the
Michigan State News, a group
calling themselves "Ope'ration Res-
cue" claimed to have returned the
trophy to State's campus because
of "shabby treatment given him
by the University."
Later it was learned the trophy
had been taken by University stu-
dents. According to rumor, it was
taken by a group of students who
thought the trophy was foolish
and had no intention of returning
it.
TV To Feature
Party Candidates
Ann Arbor Republican and Dem-
ocrat Party organizations are
planning a debate series to in-
introduce candidates to the vot-
ers before the April 4 election at 10
p.n'. on WPAG-TV.

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