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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,195'

THE MCMGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1957 THE MICHIGAN DAffY PAGE TH1~EI

G&S PRODUCTION:
Lynn Tannel To Play 'Ida'

New Foreign Students
Take ELI Skill Tests

FROM CARNEGIE:
'U' Receives Grant for $100,00

By JOAN KATZ o
Lynn Tannel will play the title
role in the forthcoming Gilbert
and Sullivan society production,
"Princess Ida," to be presented
March 14, 15, and 16 at the Lydia
Mendelsohn Theatre.
Miss Tannel has played lead
roles In past productions succh as
"Patience," "Pirates of Penzance,",
and "Ruddigore."
Princess Ida is the story of a girl
who at the age of two is betrothed
to young, determined Prince Hil-1
arion.
The betrothal is the plan of the
two fathers, King Gama and King;
Hildebrandt. Gama, the homely,'
sarcastic, and cunning king, will
be played by Robert Denison, '59M.
lildebrandt, the jovial, pompous,
and stupid father, will be portray-
ed by David Newman, '58.
Hates Men1
Since her early betrothal, Ida
has turned against all men and
locked herself in Castle Adamant.
Here the girls learn the villiany
of men and few of the pupils are
given the opportunity to observe
these henious cretures. Hilarion,
determined to capture his bride,
connives with two of his friends
to disquise themselves as girls in
order to capture Ida. Cyril, the
youngest, and overly exuberent
of the two, will be played by John
Klein, '60. The gallant lady killer,
Florian, will be portrayed by Ger-
shom Morningstar, Spec. Stu.
Florian's sauve character at-'
tracts young Melissa, Sandra Reid,
58M, who has never before seen
a man. The innocent girl becomes
extremely curious about Florian's
"chin that scratches."
All Brawn
Ida's brothers, Arac, Guron, and
Scynthius, come to aid her in her
war with Hilarion. However, these
"all brawn but no brain" charac-
ters actually give her little aid.
Guron and Scynthius will be play-
ed by Tom Sexworth, Spec. BAd,
and John Vavroch, 159M, respec-
tively.
Warfare begins when Psyche,
Florian's sister, played by Sarah
Jane Weston, '57M, discovers the
disguised men and is made to con-
fess to Ida. Ada, Sacharissa, and
Chloe, all young, eager and inno-
cent, have to learn to take up arms
and fight against those horrible
creatures, men. The three students
will be played by Cynthia Conway,
'59M, Rosalind Farris, '60, and
Ann Olson, '58.

A grant of $100,000 from the
By BEVERLY GrNGOLD ooCarnegie Corporation of New York itative articles, monographs, and ation to cover an extensive study
of the four parts of the proficiency was awarded to the University books on that area." and appraisal of overseas programs
Last week 76 foreign students test, those involving patterns of yesterday to continue the Japanese At the same time, Michigan of American universities. The
weresound, sentence structure and vo- studies program for five years State University was awarded study is expected to take two and
their mastery of written and cabulary are the most advanced t $268,400 by the Carnegie Corpor- one-half years.
spoken English. testing devices to date in the The grant will go to the Center
The tests, given by the English foreign languages., for Japanese Studies
Language Institute, were a con Since 1951 they have been used The University also shared a
tinuation of the program mitiated throughout the United States and $98,000 grant from the National
in September, 1956, when various in Europe too, as well as in the Fund for Medical Education with<-
University departments agreed that local English Lasguage Institute. Wayne State University. The Uni- Conor Cruise O'Brien, delegate
English proficiency of all foreign versity's share of $64,790 will go from the Irish Free State to the
students ought to be tested im- Prof. Lado remarked the compo- to the medical school. United Nations, will discuss "The current session of the General
a sition portion was relatively "in- The gift was given on a basis of Dual Crisis Before the UN: Hun- Assembly, particularly on the Hun-
versity. accurate" but "has the prestige of$15,000 to each school plus an gary and the Middle East" here at garian question.
Previously, profiiciency tests hiad University custom to support its dn 7:30 p.m., Feb. 14.
ue"additional $65 for each under-730pmFb14 He is a frequent contributor to
been given only where specific re- e graduate enrolled. He will speak in Room 100 of the London Times Literary Sup-
quests were made to the English The reason such a test was In the grant for the Japanese Hutchins Hall under the sponsor- plement and The Spectator
Language Institute by foreign stu- devised, Prof. Lado explained, is program, the Carnegie Corporation ship of the University Student Bar O'B i d
dents' counselors. that a mere judgement of the noted the University "is one of the Association. College,Dublin, where he received
The tests, devised anld developed ability of a foreigner to speak leading United States centers con- O'Brien serves as head of the a master of art in modern litera-
during the last 10 years by Pro- English is "misleading" and often cerned with Japanese affairs. It International Organizations See- ture master of art in modern
fessor Robert Lado, director of the "inaccurate" since certain foreign has produced a group of highly tion of the Department of External history, and doctor of philosophy.
English Language Institute, are languages have an intonation more trained experts on Japan. and has Affairs for the Irish Free Juate. A coffee hour will follow in the
designed to reveal a foreign stu- like English than do other langu- published a steady flow of author- As a UN delegate, O'Brien has lounge of the Lawyers Club.
dent's mastery of the sound sys- ages.
tem, sentence construction and Students themselves would either

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-Daily-Charles Curtiss
TO THE DUNGEON!-orders Robert Denison as John Klein and
Gersham Morningstar carry off David Newman in a scene from
the forthcoming Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, "Princess Ida"
to be presented March 14, 15, and 16 at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.

general vocabulary of English. ] underestimate or overestimate
The students are also required I their English profliciency and
to write a brief composition in would, consequently, encounter
English. difficulties in their studies at the
According to Prof. Lado, three University.

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Organization
Notices
Use of this column is restricted to
OFFICIALLY REGISTERED student or-
ganizations. Registration, forms are
available in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration Building.
Registration for the current semester
should be completed not later than
March 2.
* * *
Ballet Club, meeting, Feb. 12, 7:00
p.m.-beginners, 7:50 p.m.--advanced,
Barbour Gym.
* * *
Congregational and Disciples Student
Guild, mid-week tea, Feb. 12, 4:30-6:00
p.m., Guild House.
Debate Team, regular meeting; Feb.
12, 7:30 p.m., 4203 Angell Hall.
Michigan Square Dancers, Feb. 12,
7:30 p.m., caller, Gray Austin, Lane Hall.
* * *
Physics Club, business meeting, Feb.
13, 7:30 p.m., 2038 Randall.
Spring Wekeend Special Events Dec-
oration Coz ittee, meeting, Feb. 12,
4:00 p.m. Union Room 3-N, all inter-
ested are welcome.
* * *
Women's Rifle Club, match with
M.S.U. and University of Toledo, Feb.
12, 7:15, W.A.B.
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Women's Senate, meeting, Feb. 13,
4:00, League.

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In gaining valuable experience in leadership?
In assuming responsibilities?
In enjoying the benefits of being associated with
one of the campus' most interesting and valu-
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Then come to the Michigan Union

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MEN
with
LIBERAL ARTS
or
BUSINESS education
CONNECTICUT GENERAL NEEDS YOU!.
Why? Because we're growing at an exceptional
rate.
You might well ask what can our growth mean
to you. It means young men with executive and
administrative potential can rise rapidly. You
might reason correctly that you can grow faster
with us.
We're a leader in our field, In ten years the
combined assets of all life insurance companies
have doubled. Ours have tripled. Impatient men
made us grow. They moved on us. Many more
are slated to move up. To fill their shoes and the
new career positions rapidly being created we
need you.
See your Placement Director for further infor.
mation about a career with Connecticut General.
When you do, make a date to discuss your future
with our representative. He'll be on campus

A frank message to
graduating electrical and mechanical
ENGINEERS
You know it ... we know itf.,.. so let's be frank
about it.
The demand for engineers-experienced or graduate
-far exceeds the supply/And, from now on in, you
are going to be soughta'fter more than a triple threat
halfback for next yeafsvarsity.
You will be promised many things (including the
moon with a fence/around it), and for a young man
just getting started these things are pretty hard
to resist. /
So,ragain, Ie's be frank. We at Farnsworth won't
promise you/he moon. (Although we are working
on some ideas that may eventually get you there
and back.)'We are an old, young organization. Old,
in the sense of being pioneers in the field of elec-
tronics./Our technical director, Dr. Philo Farnsworth
invented electronic television.) Young, by being the
newest division of the world-wide International Tele-
phone and Telegraph Corporation, devoting our ef-
forts exclusively to research, development and pro-
duction of military and industrial electronics, and
atomic energy.
All of which makes Farnsworth big enough for sta-
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for mobility, flexibility and recognition of the in-
dividual. Here you will be associated with and
encouraged by a team of eminent scientists and
engineers with many "firsts" to their credit in the
field of electronics. Here you will be heard ... not
just one of the herd.
We earnestly invite you to hear the whole fascinating
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the decision for your future easier.
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