THE M CHIGA.N DAILY
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" « " V I IUNDX, MAY 20, 1956
56 DRAMA SEASON:
Ethel Waters Inspires Rehearsal Cast
By ADELAIDE WILEY
In a black cotton dress, her gray
hair braided, Ethel Waters went
through yesterday's "Member of
he Wedding" rehearsal with un-
uffled hard work.
Very much at ease in her origi-
nal Broadway role as Sadie Bernice
Brown, Miss Waters even aided
shirt - sleeved d i r e c t o r John
'Shaughnessy in giving the other
performers some quiet help.
To young Phil Lindsay as he ran
excitedly on the stage in a mo-
nent of crisis and i ness Miss
Waters remarked: "Work up a
sweat before you come in. Stand
out there and do exercisessfor five
minutes, be. really breathless when
you say 'The Law's after me, Sa-
Technique and Emotion
Seated in a comfortable side-
.ine chair, "because I want to rest
ny 260 pounds and my voice a
ittle," Miss Waters softly asked
:or near-perfect technique and
emotion from each of her cohorts.
Janet DeGore, who plays the
part of adolescent Frankie, had to
have her expressive hands sub-
lued in the scene where she tells
Sadie, "I want to leave this kitch-
en and go away from home"
Miss Waters, warm and refresh-
ng; created an atmosphere of no.
ussiness, no strain in the rehear-
'Never Get Tired'
In a moment of rest, Richard
Ward, who played in "Member"
with Miss Waters last summer, said
he and Miss Waters "never get
tired of doing this play. There's
always something new to be put
REHEARSAL TIME-'Member of the Wedding' cast goes through
strenuous rehearsal in= preparation for the opening tomorrow
night in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Deadly Accident of Science
"ROCK AROUND THE
in it, whether it's new stage en-
trances to be dealt with, or new
"Phil Lindsay has been with us
before, and so has Janet DeGore.
We're going out to take pictures of
the campus this afternoon-espe-
cially that .fountain outside the
Ward, who wanted to be a doctor
at ope time, says he was a boxer
for eight years.
"My stage career began with
vaudeville," he says. "I was in 'The
Florida Blossom' at the age of
twelve, singing and dancing. The
war kind of broke into my career,
but there's nothing like the stage."
Commenting on Miss Waters,
Truman Smith, '35 (who plays
Frankie's father), said, "She's
quite wonderful. In this play for
instance, she knows it so well she1
can immediately tell us whether
something we want to try is pos-
sible or not. She's just a good act-
ress, that's all."
Formerly a speech teacher at the
University, Smith "just acts, now."
He will leave for Europe after
"Member" is run, to make a movie
with Marlene Dietrich called "The
Monte Carlo Story."
The mother of eleven-year-old
Ricky Hamilton, who plays the boy
John Henry, sat in a chair well
away from the tape on the floor
designating the edge of the make-
Then Miss Waters sat smoothing
the red yarn hair of a doll in her
scene after John Henry's death,
interrupted her lines to say calmly
to a hesitant photographer, "Take
As rehearsal neared its end, Miss
DeGore donned a leopard skin-
decorated scarf and Lindsay took
out a pack of cigarettes.
Smith got ready for a trip to a
local clothing store because "In
this new movie I'm an American
tourist and I need a pretty large
Miss Waters made sure a neces-
sary costume for Monday night
would be there.
At the end of rehearsal,
O'Shaughnessy smiled, ran a hand
through his black hair, told every-
one: "Keep everything you've got.
'Come tomorrow afternoon, but
take the rest of today off and get
some sun. You were so good today
I have nothing to say."
Coston, To Go
Dean W. Coston, senior studio
engineer of the University's broad-
casting service, is the only repre-
sentative from the state of Michi-
gan chosen to attend a week-long
engineering seminar at the Uni-
versity of Illinois.
Purpose of the seminar is to
examine problems of the National
Association of Educational Broad-
casters' nation-wide network of
educational radio stations.
Coston, a former Ann Arbor city
councilman, is attending the sem-
inar as a recipient of the 1956
Radio and, Audio Engineering
Grants, sponsored by the NAEB.
The seminar will be May 27,
and will be attended by 31 engi-
neers from throughout the United
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SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1956
VOL. LXVIII NO. 76
President and Mrs. Hatcher will hold
open house for students at their home
Wed., May 23, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
University Musical Society announces
26 concerts to be presented in several
series during 1956-57. Orders for season
tickets for most series being accepted
and filed in sequence, later filled in the
same order and mailed Sept. 15.
Disciplinary action in cases of student
misconduct: At Meetings held on May
1st and May 8th, cases involving nine
students were heard by the Joint Judi-
ciary Council, In all cases the action
was approved by te University Sub-
Committee on Discipline.
Violation of state laws and city ordi-
nances relating to the purchase, sale
and use of intoxicants:
a. Purchasing intoxicants for a minor,
One student fined $15,00,
b. Drinking, as a minor, in student
quarters. One student fined $10.00.
c. Drinking, as a minor, at an unauth-.
orized party. One student fined $20.00.
d. Drinking in a student residence, One
student fined $5.00.
e. Drinking in student quarters, with
unchaperoned women present and al-
so guilty of disturbing the peace. One
student fined $25.00.
f. Drinking, as a minor, on University
property and acting in a drunk and
disorderly manner. One student fined
g. Drinking, as a minor furnishing in-
toxicants to a girl (also a minor) and
misappropriating University property.
One student fined $35.00 (second of-
h. Drinking in student quarters and,
under the influence of intoxicants,
misappropriated University property
and evaded the police. One student
I. Attempting, to purchase intoxicants
with falsified identification. One stu-
dent fined $10.00.
Student Recital: James Miller, tenor,
program in lieu of a thesis for the Mas-
ter of Music degree, at 4:15 this after-
noon, in Aud. A, Angell Hall. A pupil of
Thelma Lewis, Mr. Miller will sing com-
positions lly Scarlatti, Busatti, Handel,
B'eethoven, Franck Hahn, Head, and
Warlock. Open to the general public
Student Recital: Hildred Kronlokken,
soprano, recital at 8:30 this evening, in
Aud. A of Angell Hall, presented in Dr-
tial fulfillment of the requrtmnts for
the Master of Music degree. Miss Kron-
lokken studies voice with Harold Haugh,
and her recital will be open to the
university Symphony Orchestra, Josef
Blatt,vConductor, 8:30 p.m. Tues., May
22, In Hill Auditorium. Program: Mo-
zart's Serenade in B flat, for twelve1
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