THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
23, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
A' TO ODFIIVarsity Band Will Number 90 Next Year;
Ul UNew Uniforms Ordered; Two Trips Pla
8EPERTUHY L-19 N P l l [J With the graduation of only five Browne belt will set off th
Imenfrom the Varsity band, blue, and a yellow M on the
Play Production Will Commence chances for one of the best bands will further enhance the
Series With Smart Farce in the history of the University (scheme. The same style ca
seem exceedingly bright , Elberi trousers will complete the u
by Philip Barry. Trail '31, manager of the organiza-
PLAYS tion announced recently. Places except for a slightly wider
TO OFFER SEVEN PLwill be open for new material, how- down the sides of the trous
Play Production Repertory Play- ever, he further stated, and an- These new uniforms are
nouncements covering the tryouts
ers will open their second summer for the extra positions will appearn s style and are
season with Philip Barry's smart the first week of next semester. every respect, making the ba
comedy, "Holiday," on Wednesday The band next year will number pear as one of the most com
night, July 2. Following it, six ad- 90 pieces, and it is expected that outfitted organizations in th
because of the new uniforms and ference, he also stated. Th(
ditional plays will be presented the two trips to be taken during who were in the band thi
during the season, one each week. the football season there will be an were measured for their un
These plays will be selected from exceptionally large turnout for po- last night, and it is expect
the following list: "Close Harmony" sitions, he said. the band will appear at th
by Dorothy Parker and Elmer Rice; The new uniforms to be worn by football game next fall com
"The Criminal Code" by Martin the men next year are on an alto- garbed in its new uniforms
Slavin; "A Marriage of Conveni- gether different style from those
ence" by Sydney Grundy; "The of the last few years. Next year's A 13-room house construct
First Year" by Frank Cragen; outfits will be of the same shade tirely of telegraph poles
"Ulysses" by Stephen Philips; "Be- of blue as this season's but the hewn on each side, is bein
yond the Horizon" by Eugene coats will have turned down collars by S. E. Adams of Great
O'NeTil-"Lilliom" by Ferenc Mol- with patch pockets. A yellow Sam, Kans.
"Our health service is reaching
a place where it might well be re-
quired to give its annual approval
of health for each student as one
condition for continued University
residence," stated Dr. Warren E.
Forsythe, Director of the Univer-
sity Health Service, in a recent re-'
port of Health Service activities.
According to the latest report,!
covering services extended last
month, the number of dispensary
and room calls has increased while
the number of hospital patients
has decreased. The mental health
of student life is more and more
playing an important part inj
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niforms Health Service activities, as is
ed that shown by the great increase in
he first mental hygiene interviews. 214 in-
apletely j terviews were held this year as
3. against 60 last year, when this ser-
vice was inaugurated, the report
ted en- showed.
g built Pavement to be built in the fu-
Bend, ture by Oklahoma will be 20 feet
wide instead of 18.
nar; and "The Three Musketeers"
by Alexandre Dumas.
Chester M. Wallace, director of
last season's Michigan repertory
players, will return this summer to
work again with Valentine B.
Windt, director of Play Production,
in the direction of this year's com-
pany. Mr. A. Hickman, who with
Mr. Wallace comes from the Car-
negie Institute of Technology, will
assist in the direction.
Student assistants will include
Charles Holden, scenic artist; Dean
Currie, stage manager; Marion
Galloway, costumierre; Harry Al-
len, assistant director; Donald
Kaufman, business manager; and
Florence Tennant, assistant busi-
Season tickt:ts are now on sale
and can be obtained by mail from
Play Production offices at Universi-
ty Hall. The price for the entire
seven plays is $4.00.
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