THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1955
DEBRA DURCHSLAG DAVID KAPLAN
... Magazine Editor ... Feature Editor
. . . Associate Editor
An original student play will be
presented by the speech depart-
ment 8 p.m. Thursday through
Saturday at the Lydia Mendels-
"The Clugstone Inheritance" by
James Harvey will conclude the
department's Spring Playbill.
The play was written by Harvey
last year while he was at the Uni-
versity working on his master's de-
A character study of the Clug-
stone children as they -gather to
hear their late father's will, the
plot concerns the activities of the
hopeful heirs to a fortune.
Starring in the play are Dale
Stevenson, Grad., and Gwen Ar-
ner, Grad, as the two protagon-
ists, either of whom is expected by
the others to gain the inheritance.
Prof. Hugh Norton of the speech
department is production director.
Scenery is by Prof. Jack E. Bender
and costumes by Phyllis Pletcher,
both of the speech department.
Tickets for the three-day run go
on sale tomorrow at the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office. A reduced
student rate will hold for Thurs-
day's premiere performance.
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Braun To Head Generation;
Malloy, Gould Also Appointed
Richard Braun, '56, was ap-
pointed Managing Editor of Gen-
eration by the Board in Control of
Student Publications yesterday.
A 20 year old Latin major,
Braun is a native of Detroit. He
had previously been Poetry Editor
of the magazine.
Filling the position of Associate
Editor on Generation is Paddie
Malloy, '56, also from Detroit. Miss
Malloy is an English major.
Peter Gould, '56BAd, was ap-
pointed the new Business Manager
of Generation. Another Detroiter,
Gould is a member of the Tau Del-
to Phi fraternity.
The trio will initiate the seventh
year of the literary magazine's
Dismantled sawmills have left
a small sawdust mountain, 1000
feet long, 600 feet wide and 100
feet deep in Cheboygan.
Four students of the music
school will present original
compositions at a Composers'
Forum at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow
in Auditorium A, Angell Hall.
The composers represented
will include Elizabeth Lester,
Grad., Wayne Slawson, '56SM,
Gordon Sherwood, Grad, and
David Tice, '55SM.
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Petitions for the Literary Col-
lege Steering Committee are avail-
able from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. now
through May 2 in Rm. 1220, An-
All students in the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts
are eligible for membership.
... Generation Editor
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LOUISE TYOR ROBERT ILLGENFRITZ
... Associate Editor ... Associate Business Manager
... Finance Manager
New Daily Business, Editorial Staffs
Appointed by 'U' Publications Board
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of Associate Editor was Louise
Tyor, '56. Miss Tyor, 20 years old'
is from Mt. Vernon, N. Y. and
is majoring in political science.
On the Business Staff, Ken Ro-
gat, '56BAd, was chosen Business
Advertising Manager. A member
of Zeta Beta Tau, Rogat comes
fiom Painesville, Ohio, and is a
member of Sphinx.
Filling the position of Finance
Manager is Marty Weisbard,
'56BAd. A native .of' Brooklyn,
Weisbard, 20 years old, is a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Mu.
The new Associate Business
Manager is Robert Illgenfritz,
'56E. An electrical engineering
NEWMAN CLUB will present a
panel discussion at 8 p.m. today in
the Father Richard Center.
Representatives f r o m South
Quad and West Quad will discuss
the proposition, "Federal Aid
Should Be Given to the Parochial
Schools on the Same Basis as to
Panelists from South Quad are
George Elison, '57, Normal Miller,
'57, and Harry Donald, '58E. Rep-
resenting West Quad are Jack
Stong, '56E, Jim Dennany, '58,
and Jerry Zelenka, '58.
"POSTWAR Crisis in Soviet Lit-
erature" will be discussed by Prof.
Ernest J. Simmons of. Columbia
University at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
in Auditorium C, Angell Hall.
Prof. Simmons is chairman of
Columbia's slavic languages . de-
partment and is considered one of
the leading American scholars in
the field of Russian literature.
JOINT MEETING of Assembly
Dorm Council and League House
Council will be held at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.
A proposed Assembly newsletter
and co-sponsorship with other
housing groups of the books for
Asia drive will be on the agenda.
A SERIES of - three lectures,
sponsored by the geology depart-
ment, will be given this week by
Prof. J. Hoover Mackin of the Uni-
versity of Washington.
The first talk, "Origin and In-
terpretation of River Terraces,"
will be presented at 4:10 p.m. to-
morrow in the Natural Science Au-
Prof. Mackin's second lecture
will be given Tuesday, and the fi-
nal talk Thursday.
* * *
MORE THAN 150 people, repre-
senting all of the Big Tenschools
will be in Ann Arbor next weekend
for the Big Ten xtesidence Halls
Assembly Association and Inter-
House Council are joint sponsors
of the meeting which will begin
Friday afternoon and end Sunday
major from Mamaroneck, N. Y.,
Illgenfritz is a member of Theta
Xi social fraternity and Triangle,
an honorary engineering frater-
nity. He is also a member of Eta
Kappa Nu, national electrical en-
Mary Hellthaler, '56, was ap-
pointed Womens Editor. The Flint
coed is planning to enter medical
school. Miss Hellthaler is a mem-
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta, fresh-
man honorary, and was a past
member of the WAA board.
Chosen for Womens Associate
Editor was Elaine Edmunds, '56.
Miss Edmunds comes from Wyan-
dotte, Mich., and is also a mem-
ber of a freshman honorary, Alpha
Engineers To Meet
At 'U' Tomnorrowv
A two-day meeting of the An-
nual Conference of Instruments
and Regulators Division of the
American Society of Mechanical
Engineers will begin at 8 a.m. to-
Featured speakers of the day
will be Dean George Granger
Brown' of the engineering col-
lege and Prof. John E. Arnold of
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
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