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Greyhound To Keep City
Buses on Monthly Plan
e RCA Electronic Tone Syn-I Scenes and acts from five dif-
sizer, a device capable of.imi-
ing any musical or non-musical
nd and creating some new ones,
I be demonstrated at 8 p.m
ay in th Natural Science Audi-
'he non-technical lecture-dem-
tration will be given by Cyril
yler, of the RCA Laboratories,
nceton, New Jersey. Hoyler
1 also demonstrate a transis-
ized, miniaturized televisionI
nera and an electronic refriger-I
ferent plays will be presented in
the Lydia Mendelssohn theater
by the Speech Department this
Laboratory Playbill will produce
the first act of Noel Coward's com-
edy, "Private Lives" and William
Saroyan's drama, "Hello, Out
There," tomorrow and Saturday
at 8 o'clock.
. In addition, a one-act fantasy
"Heads or Tails" written by David
Lloyd, Grad. will have its pre-
miere. Lloyd wrote this play when
he enrolled in Professor Kenneth
Rowe's course in playwriting.
Great Lakes Greyhound Lines
have agreed to continue running
Ann Arbor buses on a "month to
month" basis while the city works
out a long range solution to the
transportation problem, city ad-
ministrator Guy C. Larcom an-
Greyhound announced last Feb-
ruary that it was giving up the
Ann Arbor franchise because of
inadequate revenues. It extended
the original operation agreement
six months and has now agreed
WM Musicians ,
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
1st LAB PLAYBILL
ACT I "PRIVATE LIVES"
By Noel Coward
* * * * *
"HELLO, OUT THERE"
By William Saroyan
A combined concert featuring
the Michigan Singers, the band,
and the orchestra will be pre-
sented at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow in
Among the numbers presented
will be "Excerpts from Verdi's
"Requiem" and the" 'M' Rhap-
sody" arranged by Floyd Werle.
Featured soloist will be James
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"Union Madness," featuring an
open house, dance, and free acti-
vities, will be held Feb. 4, 5, and 6
in the Union.
As a part of the program, the
Union is sponsoring an Activities
Open House from 2 to 4 p.m., Feb.
6, which will include information
and exhibits on various Universi-
A free dance is planned from 9
to 11 p.m. Feb. 5, and, accord-
ing to Don Young, '58, Union Pub-
lic relations director, the dance
will include two floor shows "fea-
turing campus talent." Scheduled
concurrently with the dance are a
free jam session and a free movie
On all three days of "Union
Madness" the Union will sponsor
free actiTities including billiards,
ping pong, and swimming until
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Hill. Auditorium -Thurs., Jan. 10, 8:30
dringing to the Concert Stage excerpts from
IN ENGLISH I IN CONCERT FORM I
Music by GEORGE GERSHWIN
Lyrics by Du Bose Heyward and Ira Gershwin
Concert Version by Robert Russell Bennett
Music by VIRGIL THOMSON Libretto by GERTRUDE STEIN
Conceived and Adapted by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd.
From the Milhac and Halevy adaptation of
Prosper Merimees story Carmen Music by GEORGES 917c
Adapted for this purpose by Robert Russell Bennett
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from The Michigan Daily Review
ALTHOUGH CHRISTMAS VACATION was a joyful event, the
absence from Ann Arbor sounds at least one sad note: Marcel
Pagnol's "Topaze," a theatre "must," expires this Sunday. At .this
writing only three performances remain, and all who enjoy a fast-
paced, brilliantly directed and tremendously funny production are
urged to attend.
In the past, DAC's talents have shone particularly bright in
comedies and "Topaze" approaches" their zenith. The cast, headed
owning so much.
the one part
of Leslie's life
that is no pard
and Leslie, wealthy
by Ralph Drischell as Topaze, is
magnificent; David Metcalf, the
director, milks every possible
laugh from the script and throws
in several hilarious innovations
and Hermon Baker's settings
supply near-perfect background.
"Topaze" is a story of extrava-
gant extremes, an old and tested
comedy formula, and concerns
an astonishing truthful and
naive schoolteacher at a boy's
school suddenly transported into
the corrupt mileau of French
politics and business. His trans-
formation into this new environ-
ment is the rough outline of the
action and DAC exploits this far-
cical situation to the hilt.
Good theatre can only be
achieved when details are con-
sidered important and then mas-
tered and "Tnnaz" is a. cs in
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