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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRMAY, MAY 40 1930

FRIDAY. MAY 4.1936

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'U' Professor Retires After Thirty Years
Of 'Great Fun' Directing French Plays

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LOUIS JOURDANI
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Starting Saturday

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Wednesday's production of "Le
Bourgeois Gentilhomme" was a
memorable occasion for both its
director and the French Club.
For the director, Prof. Charles E.
Koella of the French department,
it was his last association and his
30th anniversary with the show.
For the club it was the 50th anni-
versary of French plays at the
University.
The congenial, white-haired pro-
fessor is retiring in June after 30
years of "great fun" directing
French plays. "I work like a dog
at it, and I love it," he said.
For his final production he gave
the same show that was presented
on May 3, 1907, a work by Moliere.
He prefers plays by Moliere for
college production as many of the
other productions tend to be too
philosophical and subtle to be eas-
ily understood by an English
speaking audience.
"Moliere Unsurpassed"
"Moliere's plays are unsurpassed;
as well as writing about the eternal
problems of man he had a terrific
sense of comedy." the professor
exclaimed.
Prof. Koella has been associated
with the play since he joined the
University in 1926. He was associ-
ate director until 1941 and has
been director since then.
Reflecting on the history of the
French club he said, "We had

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-Daily--John Hirtzel
LAST SHOW-Prof. Charles 1 . Koella of the French department,
who is '-etiring after 30 years with the University, directed his last
production of the annual French play Wednesday night.

some difficult times keeping it go-
ing during the war but since we
did I think we're the only campus
group to give plays for 50 years."
According to Prof. Koella, the
director of a French play faces
two major problems: finding actors

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who speak French and finding an
audience w h i c h understands
French.
Students that work under his
direction are often surprised at
the great deal of time he spends in
helping them individually in per-
fecting their parts.
Receives Award
In 1952 the French Government
awarded him the "Palmes Aca-
demiques" in recognition of his
work "in promoting the culture
and language of French people in
the United States."
Born in Lausanne, Switzerland,
he taught in Algeria, Russia, Ru-
mania, and Brazil before coming
to New York to take charge of the
French Division of the General
Consulate of Switzerland.
For four years he taught French,
Spanish, and Latin at St. Olaf
College, Northfield, Minnesota.
After he retires, Prof. Koella
and his wife plan to spend a year
visiting Norway, where Mrs. Koel-
la was born, as well as Denmark
and Switzerland.

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(Author of "Barefo! Bo frit Cheek," etc.)
IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK !
All year long you've been promising yourself to go
there. NQw summer vacation is just around the corner and
you still haven't set foot in the place. Shame on you!
But it's not too late. Right now, this very minute, before
you weaken, lift up your head and forward march to the
place you have been avoiding ever since school began. I refer,
of course, to the library.
Now here you are at the library. That wasn't so bad, was
it? Of course not! Go inside. What do you see? A sign that
says "No SMoKING." Go outside. Light a Philip Morris.
Smoke. Go back inside.
Because now you are ready. Now your trembling
resolution is rigid. Now your pulsing psyche is serene. You
have been gentled by gentle Philip Morris. You have been
tranquilized by a smoke that dotes and pampers and caresses,
that lifts the fallen, repairs the shattered, straightens the
bent, unravels the knotted, rights the askew, and fastens the
unbuttoned.
In the center of the library you see the main circulation
desk. Look in the card catalogue for the number of the book
you want, write the number on a slip, and hand it to the
efficient and obliging young lady at the desk. The efficient
and obliging young lady then gives the slip to an efficient
and obliging page boy who trots briskly back into the stacks,
curls up on a limp leather encyclopedia, and sleeps for an
hour or two. Then, puffy but refreshed, he returns your slip
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book is at the bindery." (c) "Your book is on reserve."
Having learned that the circulation desk hasn't the
lease intention of ever parting with a book, let us now go
into the periodical room. Here we spend hours sifting through
an imposing array of magazines-magazines from all the far
corners of the earth, magazines of every nature and descrip-
tion-but though we search diligently and well, we cannot
find Mad or Confidential.
Next let us venture into the reference room. Here in this
hushed, vaulted chamber, we find the true scholars of the
university - earnest, dedicated young men and women who
care for only one thing in the world: the pursuit of knowledge.
Let us eavesdrop for a moment on this erudite couple
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SHE; Whatcha readin', hey?
HE: "The Origin of Species." You ever read it?
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SHE: You like readin'?
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