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TIM: CUIGAN DAILY

Big Ten Views Athletic
AA Sound Practice'

MORE NEEDED IN AREA:
Helicopter Landing Facilities
Now Available at Willow Run

BURTON HOLMES
TRAVELOGUE

(Continued from Page 1)
any other students aiho volun-1
teered for the changeover from
their present scholarship pro-
grams.
Until the new plan, there had
been a more complicated series of
scholarships in effect for sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors, but
which will terminate as these stu-
dents graduate.
If one figures a total of 400 out-
state students receiving "free
rides," it is possible that the cost
of the grants could reach almost
$600,000. However, if one uses this
year's figures, the range will prob-
ably. be about half that.
Schools have interpreted the
rules differently. The University:
pays the students' bills-no money
is given outright to the student.
At at least one other school, the
money is paid directly to the stu-
dent.
The University computes room
costs on the basis of the average!
dormitory room, while another1
school figures these costs on one
-of its higher priced rooms.
Under the Big Ten aid program,
almost all other sources of 'funds
are illegal. This includes almost
All other scholarships, any money.
from alumni and alumni clubs and
money from unreported jobs.
The Big Ten views this system of
aid, according to a report, as part
of sound educational 'practice
which "permits an institution to
assist worthwhile students finanei-
ally in attaining their goals.
"As an aspect of educational ex-
perience, it is fitting that the
students who are engaged in ath-

letics be provided assistance if its
lack would prevent. or restrictt
either their scholastic or extra
curricular activity."
,The program which is based onl
need does not include men in the'
top quarter of their high school
classes, as mentioned earlier. These
men automatically are entitled to
a "free ride."
'According to Prof. Marcus L.
Plant of the Law School, this
part of the program hadi to be
instituted to compete with certain
Eastern colleges for top athletes of
promising academic ability.
The entire rule was primarily
e4olved as an "equalization" pro-
gram to do away with some of the
evils in the athletic program.
According to one administrative:
source, it was aimed mainly. at
ending "cut-throat" competition
for athletes which often called
for exhorbitant financial promises.

Willow Run Airport is ready to
serve the needs of the Detroit
area for heliport facilities Robert
E. Miller, president of Airlines
Terminal Corp., which manages
Willow Run, disclosed'recently.
He added that the airport fully
supports the Detroit Aviation
Commission's belief that addi-
tional. helicopter landing facilities
are needed through the entire
area.
Representing the 11 scheduled
airlines operating at Willow Run,

OUR LA
FRONTIER

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Miller told the Heliport Committee
that ATCO would cooperate fully
in their program of developing
additional heliport locations in the
area served by the airport.-
He pointed out that helicopter
service from Willow Run to down-
town Detroit has been available
for eight months. He. added, how-
ever, that additional landing fa-
cilities are needed to satisfy the
public demand.
Willow Run is now the world's
seventh busiest airport.

Motion Pictures in Natural Color

TONIGHT at.8:30
Tickets 90c - 50c On Sole at Box Office
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION -- HILL AUDITORIUM

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-Daly-Robert Kanner
WOEDY-Nancy Winston and Norman Hartweg will
mantic leads in the speech department's production
of the Western World,"The play Is a comedy, and
ormed using the author's original Irish. dialect.
h Department To Give
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To Enfore
Boating Rules
Sheriff Robert E. A. Lillie an-
nounced a splan yesterday which
will provide specially appointed
deputies to enforce; boat regula-
tions on all county lakes and rivers
this summer.
Lillie expects this measure to
reduce the number of boating ac-
cidents on public lakes.
The deputies will be chosen
from citizens who live near the
area they are to. police. They will
be able to keep a close check on
the boats in each area.

department will pre-
A. Synge's comedy,
the Western World"
day, tomorrow, and
the Lydia Mendels-
oncerns Christy Ma-
>y Norman Hartweg,
onfesses the ,murder
aring father to the
an Irish public house,
fled, and to the pro-
ghter, Pegeen Mike,
oward Green, Grad.,
inston, '59.
er, an evidence of
ng from so quiet a
ty, so impresses his
they convince both
mselves that he is a
er he has gained this
idence that he makes
en, who is ready to
- husband-elect for
ntic Dialogue
ut ending offers sus-
s viewer. This play
of its humor from
mon to the peasants
50 years ago.
bers of the ca$t will
Phillips, Spec., as
y Filsinger, '58, as
s Young, Grad., as
and Kathryn Brock,
dow Quin.
chiller, '59, Sandra
Xanne Stolorow, '60,
'58, and Letitia Cush-
nplete the cast. Prof.
of the speech depart-
director and Marjorie
e speech department

terior of at rather shabby Irish
pub, gives the illusion of an in-
terior situated in an exterior set-
ting. Such factors as the lighting,
which, one can see both by the
sky directly and by the light com-
ing into the pub throughi the vn-
dows in' the set, must be coordi-
nated with the interior lighting to
give just the dlme of day desired..
Several Drawings
The set was somewhat dictated
by the author, Johnston explained,
but he also had much room for
originality: The set took three
months and several drawings to
complete, Johnston said.
The actual building was done by
the speech department shop, but
the designer did most of the paint-
ing and dressing of the set him-
self.
The stage is filled with authentic
props of the period, although not
all of them are from Ireland. The
fireplace, bar and table which ap-
pear on the set are creations of
Johnston and the shop, but the
dishes .and glassware are from the
era around 1900. Some come from
Ireland, Johnston explained, but
some are also English and Dutch:
An entirely student-designed set
is unusual for productions of the
speech department, Johnston ex-
plained.

TONIGHT and FRIDAY
7:00 and 9:00
The Bolsho Theatre
P rformance of Mussorgsky-s
"Boris Godu'nov"
(COLOR)
with
Pirogrov, Khanayev, Nelepp
and other opera stars
(ENGLISH SUBTITLES)
*.
Saturday at 7:00 and 9:00
Sunday at 8:00..
Stanley Kramer's
"The W*ild 'One,"
With
Marlon Brando Mary Murphy,
Robert Keith
ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
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;nt-Designed Set
or the production was
y David Johnston,
io' also designed the,
earlier production of
ng-Up of Blanco Pos-
e department.
also an actor, was
e opportunity to do a
set," for most of his
sign for summer stock
lad been in the modern
which portrays the in-
rniZAtion
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b, open meeting, Mar. 20,
ion Ballroom.
cle, meeting, Mar. 20, S
EM basement, studentsI to
am of singing, poetry and
rvice Organization, meet-
:30 p.m., Lane Hall Upper
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meeting, Mar. 20, 7:15
shtenaw. For transporta-
Wesley Lounge at 7 p.m.
Omega, business meeting,
p.m., SAB Rm. 3524. All
edges please be present.

Tonight, Friday & Saturday at 8 P.M.
The Department of Speech presents
WESTERN WORLD
by J. M. Synge
"Superb laughter; agreat coniedy; a play to be enjoyed for its fun
and dramatic interest, as well as admired for its brilliance."
-CHAPMAN, N. Y. News
"A lyric masterpiece; a work of art; a darlin' play."
-ATKINSON, N. Y. Times
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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