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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Budgets
Approved
By Regents
The Board of Regents gave offi-
cial approval Friday to $1,364,204
in budgets initiated since their last
meeting on Nov. 22.
The total consisted of $14,040 in
instructional programs, $1,348,324
in research grants and contracts
and $1,840 in state and public serv-
ices.
Funds for the budgets came from
the following'sources: federal gov-
ernment, $1,178,365; state and
focal government, $10,800; iidus-
try and individuals, $99,261; foun-
dations, $59,912; endowment in-
come, $5,866; and service charges,
$10,000
An Egineering Research Insti-
tute project dealing with national
security under the direction of
Prof. R. M. Thrall received a major
portion of the budgets. Funds
amounting to $750,000 for the pro-
ject were supplied by Signal Corps
Supply Agency.
Also, the Atomic Energy Com-
mission is supporting eight pro-
jects with a total of $358,248.14.

-Daily-Harold Gassenheimer
MATISSE PRINT-Characteristic of the, work -done by Matisse
in lithograph productions is the freedom of form. One of his best
known creations is "Jazz" which contains a number of prints
which have circus scenes as a central theme.
Matisse DisplayFetue
Varied -Lithographs at ''
Prints by Henri Matisse are now
on display in the main foyer of to Irving Kaufman, University in
the Architecture building and will structor in art.
be shown until Tuesday, according The 11 Matisse lithographs ar

Theatre Notes

By ROBERT JUNKER
Theatre in the coming weeks in
Ann Arabor is necessarily hampered
by the University Christmas recess.
As a pre-Christmas treat, how-
ever, the music school and speech
department will present the comic
opera, "Gianni Schlechi," by Puc-
cini. Performances will be given at
4:15' p.m. Wednesday and Thurs-
day in the Lydia Mendelssoh'n
Theatre. They will be open to the
public without charge.
On the same bill will be three
instrumental ensembles fr m "Sac-
rae Symphoniae 1597" by Giovanni
Gabrieli.
Detroit Theatre
"Gianni Schicchi" is taken from
a short episode in Dante's "Divine
Comedy." Gianni is confined to the
inferno as 'a punishment for hav-
ing fraudently dictated the will of
the wealthy Buoso Donati. Jack
Zei, Grad., will appear in the title
role.
Meanwhile in Detroit, "No Time
for Sergeants" will close next Sun-
day at the Schubert Theatre,;to be
followed by Eugene O'Neill's Pul-
itzer Prize-winning play, "Long
Day's Journey into Night," for a
two-week run beginning Dec. 23.
Fay Bainter and Anew McMas-
ter, well-known Irish actor, will
star in this somber, autobiographi-
cal melodrama that drew raves
from Broadway's toughest critics,
including the New York Times'
Brooks Atkinson.
Atkinson also raved about Frank
Loesser's "The Most gappy Fella,"
which opens the same day at the
Riveria Theatre, calling it "almost
operatic." The production, starring
Robert Weede and the original
Broadway cast, will run for three
weeks.

"The Most Happy Fella" is a
middle-aged Italian immigrant
who falls in love with a young girl,
and sends her a picture of a young
man in their correspondence love
affair. The problems which arise-
from this deception provide the
enjoyable story.
Fitzgerald Satire
The World Stage, a drama
group, will appear in F.- Scott
Fitzgerald's "The Vegetable" Sat-
urday and Sunday at the Detroit
Institute of Art's new auditorium.
The play is a comic satire of the
1920's telling of a railroad clerk's
imaginary rise to President of the
United States. The curtain will rise
at 8:40.
The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
will give its first offering in two
and one-half months when it pre-
sents Frank Loesser's "Guys and
Dolls" Jan. 16 to 18. Ted Heusel
will direct this year's much in-
active group in the production.
Shakespearean Festivel
Stratford's sixth annual Shakes-
pearean Festival has been sched-
uled for June 23 through Sept. 13.
The plays presented next season
will be "Henry IV" part one,
"Much Ado About Nothing" and
"The Winter's Tale."
Also appearing in the festival
will be Le Theatre du Nouveau
Monde, a well-known company of
French-speaking Canadian actors
from Montreal. They will appear
Aug. 18 to 30 in 'Moliere's "Le
Malade Imaginaire."
The Stratford Festival's first
touring company will appear in
London and Toronto, Ontario, and
in Montreal in "Two Gentlemen
of Verona." The tour will close in
New York City March 18 to April
27.

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