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USEFUL VACATIONS: Cast Announced S
Students of Human Behavior For Shaw Play S
Work at U' Fresh Air Camp Opening Toda By
The University Fresh Air Camp, The 40 counselors are students in Charles Meredith and Margaret Add
which is now in it's fifth week, is an education and sociology who want Muse will play King Magnus and fourte
excellent workshop for the student active experience in individual and Orinthin, leading roles in "The Ap- system
of human behavior, group behavior and at the same time ple Cart," the fourth repertory pro- Prof.
Situated high on a bluff overlook- wish to gain summer term credit duction at 8:30 p.m. today at the Ly- versity
Ing Patterson Lake, the cams is the hours and outdoor exercise. dia Mendelssohn Theatre. A v
summer home for boys from, the Selected for their interest in child- Other important roles will be play- versity
Southeastern Michigan area who ren and their fitness for the jobs, the ed by Richard Stewart, Pet Meike for col
have social adjustment problems. counselors are hand-picked by Wil- and Clara Behringer who will be Educat
11an Morse, camp director, to work Boanerges, Lysistrata, and Amanda. Citi
B M ce ooL t adnwith each group of boys. Each coun- Roger Cleary will be Pamphilius,; tion b
Britus A1. selor is in charge of eight boys and Byron Mitchell will be Sempronius; college
Brtih in isrponsible for them and their Mary Firestone, Alice; Robert with
Def nded by activities four of the eight weeks in Thompson, Proteus; Ken Garlinger, taxing
Dy the period; the other half is spent Pliny; Strother Martin, Nicobar; the tw
as co-counselor and student. John Babington, Crassus; Del Hos- could r
Shaw Dram a Dr. Fugina Whittridge, from the tetler, Balbus. Tch
University of Chicago, teaches class- Roberta Siebert will be the queen, el
Being a law unto himself, George es in sociology and acts as consultant and Bob Rittenour will be Mr. Van- creasin
Bernard Shaw does not pretend to to the student counselors, Morse, who en. call fo
follow prescribed lines in his plays, lectures during the winter term for The date of the play is 1962. and th
"The Apple Cart" is no exception, the Adult Education Program, teaches Direction will be by Charles Mere- ity for
Shaw is notoriously ready with an- mental hygiene in addition to his dith, setting by Robert Mellencamp, educati
swers and so, conducts a long con- duties as director of the camp. and the costumes by Miss Lucy Bar- as oth
versation with himself, dubbing his Walter Zack, head of the older boys ton. extensi
piece a "political extravaganza" in division and camp strong man, claim-
two acts and an interlude. Shaw ed that it was imperative to "tire
speaks candidly about subjects that the boys out' 'to keep them out of
are commonly approached with tact, mischief. "When they get too ag-I
The plot of "The Apple Cart" cent- gressive," he added;, "we take them
his contrary cabinet; the question to that they'll be too tired afterwards to
be decided is whether or not the raise cain for a while."
king should abandon his active use Vi Werfel, a Dearborn school teach-
of the veto. er, who keeps her younger charges (Continued from Page 2) ciety w
The progressive king has been mak- hapy but tired through ingenious Wedne
ing impolite speeches in public, em- treasure hunts, crab races, pea jug- of the University Musical Society, the We
barrassing his appreciative cabinet gling contests and charades, empha- Burton Tower, at popular prices. Rackha
to such an extent that it decides that sized that "it is all a woman can do andeir
extreme measures must be taken to to keep up with an eight-year-old out Events Today of Ha
curb the independent activities of here." greso d
the throne. When they hand the king A non-profit project, the camp is International Center: Bridge nights
an ultimatum to this effect, he an- sponsored by the Institute of Human will continue in the International Confi
nounces that he will abdicate and Adjustment to aid students and social Center every Wednesday evening for Instrun
run for office in a new election as workers study child behavior, and the duration of the Summer Session. a.m.; F
their opponent. .to give a happier, healthier summer All interested bridge players are Ballroo
But Shaw puts more into the play to many boys who otherwise might cordially invited to attend. Playing Session
than this fable: he delivers as sound not be able to go, to camp, starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. teachei
a speech in support of monarchy as The Institute also sponsors a "Fri-
one will ever hear; he abuses the cap- day night clinic" at the camp, in Women in Education: There will Cam
italists, the common people and the which the adjustment problems of the be a tea on Wednesday, August 7 nighta
politicians. liberally. And in the last children are discussed by a panel of from 3:15 until 6:00 p.m. in the Union.
act, he upsets the tranquility of the experts in the psychological and soci- Lounge on the first floor of the Uni- veteran
English nation by letting the Ameri- ological field. The discussions are versity High School. This will be the portant
can ambassador announce that the open to the public and are held each last chance for a social get-together the fa]
United States has decided to re- Friday. Directions to the camp can in the six-weeks program, other f
nounce the war debt, abolish the At-, be secured at the Institute' office,
lantic Ocean, and rejoin the Epire. Rackham Building. Women in Education luncheon on
Wednesday, August 7 at 11:45 a.m. to C
1:00 p.m. in the Russian Tea Room, Inter
Michigan League. decorat
CLASSIFIED AuDVERITISINFda
Michigan Christian Fellowship:-To- formal
night at 8:00 p.m. in Lane Hall, Mich- next F
LOST AND FOUND POSITIONS open in mathematics igan Christian Fellowship weekly the Re
and commercial work in easy com- Bible study will be led by Carrol Kar- nation
LOST: Locket. Gold, heart-shaped muting distance from Ann Arbor kalitz
with small design. No chain. Re- at Pinckney. Call Supt. Wesley Inter
ward. Phone 2-7438. (20 Reader, phone 9, Pinckney. (25 French Tea today at 4 p.m. in the tions C
cafeteria of the Michigan League. Interna
OUND: Parker pencil Wednesday, MISCELLANEOUS Spanish Society: The Spanish So- sponsor
July 31. Owner pay ad. Call 2-
1268. Ask for Jim. (26 ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS
LOST: Large silver earring contain- SALES * John Jadwin * Service. ART CIN EMA LEAG
contin- 855 Tappan Avenue, Ann Arbor.
ing moonstone. Last Thursday eve- Call 2-7412 for demonstration. (30
ning. Phone Vi Misekow, 8598. Re- The Original Uncut French versi
ward. (28 RESTRINGING elswhere Nylon $4.50. on which the American film,
LOST: Silver identification bracelet. $3.rna en$7g00. Dean McC sky, "Algiers" was based.
Portage Lake vicinity. Engraved phone 2-7360. (16
Jack Smalter. Great sentimentalp
value. Reward. Call 2-4591. (29 WANTED: Sewing. Refitting of youngWeave te honor to
women's dresses and skirts.' MissC
HELP WANTED Livingston, 315 So. Division, 2nd JEAN GA
floor front. (23
WANTED: Student and wife, sister, JULIEN DUIVIER'
or mother who will fill mother's PLAN for your fall suits and formals 0''001O4*" o'f
place in home consisting of father now. Expert workmanship on cus-
and three daughters, ages 8, 11, 12, tom-made clothes and alterations.
in return for apartment and meals Hildegarde Shop, 116 E. Huron.
for both. Very close to campus. Ad- Phone 2-4669. (10 ,In a lifetime of cinematic pro
dress letters to Danby, St. Joseph's MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. Aa isos
Hosptal.MENS USD COTHE wated.A tuly fascinating and vet so si
H better price paid. Sam's Store. 122 -WALTER
TWO HIGH SCHOOL TEACHING E. Washington St. . (4
FOR SALE THURSDAY and FRIDA
FOR SAA

FOR SALE: 20 acres timber on Zeeb RACKHAM AUDI
KEEP COOL! Road. Inquire 5055 W. Liberty Rd. Admission 42c (tax i
(19 Tickets available at Wahr's and UI
Our scalp treatments, facials, INFANTS FURNISHINGS, including 45 minutes before beginning of sho
small crib, nice carriage. Priced
and hair styles are comforting low. Call 27438. (21
-cooling -- refreshing. Plenty WANTED TO RENT
of barbers. Air-cooled.
WANTED: Apartment or double
THE DASCrA BARBERoSrom for ex-naval officer returning
THE ASCOA BABERS to Law School and employed. Wife.
Between Michigan & State Theaters Both Michigan graduates, Phone
4231 between 9 and 5 or 8978. (27
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IN A
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BY THE
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under EUGENE ORMANDY
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Year High
hool Asked,
Prof. Koos
ition of the thirteenth and
enth grades to the public school
was advocated yesterday by
Leonard V. Koos of the Uni-
of Chicago.
isiting professor at the Uni-
, Prof. Koos discussed the jun-
lege movement at a School of
tion assembly.
ag the "sharp line of demarca-
etween the second and third
years," the educator said that
he present flood of veterans
the capacities of the colleges,
o years of general education
more effectively be given in the
chools.
.nological changes which ex-
youth from employment "in-
.g complexities of life which
r a longer period of educatign,"
e concept of "equal opportun-
all students on all levels of
ion" were cited by Prof. Koos
er influences leading to the
on of the public school system.

I-M1Softbal
InAll-Star 0
The Intramural edition of base-
ball's All-Star contest will take place
this afternoon on the base-paths of
Ferry Field.
Clashing in the long-awaited bat-
tle of the leagues and the cream of
the Residence Hall nines and the
pick of the Fraternity Loop.
No starting battery has been an-
nounced by either Residence mana-
ger Ray Steel or Fraternity manager
Ai ao Saari, but both have an abun-
dance of material on hand.
The Greeks have two outstanding
hurlers in Louis Major of Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon and Dennis Youngblood
of Sigma Chi. Youngblood has tossed
ris ay nto four victories, while drop-
ping only one to Chi Phi and bat-
t1hu to one tie. Major has four wins
to hi credit, and has lost only two.
Steel will have four pitchers avail-
a;.e for the mound chores, Raymond
Lantos of Rumsey, Robert Colley of
Fletcher, Michael Drickman of Wen-
ley, and Sanford Pearlman of Tyler.

FICIAL

BULLETIN

will hold its fifth meeting on
sday, July 7, at 8:00 p.m. in
est Conference Room of the
am Building. Dr. Isabel Mor-
a de Guerra of the University
vana will speak on "El Pro-
de la Educacion en Cuba."
erence on Bands and Wind
rents: Union Ballroom, 9:30
Harris Hall 11:00 a.m.; Union
gm, 1 to 4:30 p.m.-Summer,
Band. Prominent artists and
rs will speak.
pus chapter, AVC will meet to-
at 7:30 p.rp. in the Michigan
All members and interested
as are urged to attend this im-
t meeting to discuss plans for
.1 membership campaign and
all goals.
i.oming Events
'national Center: Due to re-
ting, the weekly tea dance this
will be cancelled. The in-
tea dances will be resumed
riday, August 9, at 4 p.m. in
creation Room of the Inter-
al Center.
national Center: The All Na-
Club in conjunction with the
ational Center resumes the
'ship of weekly informal record
U E feature
on
present
BIN
duction I
impact, so
miple,
WANGER
Y, 8:30 P.M.
TORIUM
ncluded)
rich's Bookstores and
w in lobby of League.

tea dances on Friday, August 9, at
4 p.m. in the Recreation Room of
the International Center. Foreign
students, their guests, and anyone
else interested in dancing is cordially
invited to attend.
Men's Education Club baseball ser-
ies finals Thursday, August 8 at 4:00
p.m. at South Ferry Field.
Art Cinema League presents "Pepe
le Moko," with Jean Gabin. The orig-
inal uncut French version on which
the American film "Algiers" was bas-
ed. English sub-titles. Rackham
Auditorium, 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Fri-
day. Tickets available at Wahrs and
Ulrich's bookstores and 45 minutes
before beginning of the show in lobby
of League.
Guthrie To Speak Today
Prof. Warren A. Guthrie, chairman
of the speech department at Western
Reserve University will discuss prac-
tical public speaking training in the
speech assembly at 3 p.m. today in
the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Continuous
from 1 P.M. COOL!
Week Days 30c to 5 P.M.
.

lers Meet
Game Today
Lantos has the best record of the
loop, with five victories on his list
and only two defeats. Pearlman has
won three and lost one, Drickman
has a 2-1 record, while Colley has
won three and lost four.
- * * *
Fred Robie and Frank Morgan
have won individual intramural golf
crowns, Howard Leibee, summer di-
rector, revealed yesterday.
Morgan copped the Maize Flight
title of the match play tournament
by defeating Don McKee with a de-
cisive 5-4 score, while Robie trounced
John Gwin for the Blue Flight cham-
pionship, 6-5.
Bob Bussler and Bill Powers will
meet this Thursday to decide the
Championship Flight winner, 'in a
match that promises to be one of the
best on the University Course this
Summer.
* * *
John Kulpinski and Ernest Gecz
will clash this Thursday at 4:00 p.m.
in the finals of the I-M handball
tournament. Kulpinski in his march
to the championship match defeated
Jerry Friedman, who captured the
titles in 1941.
Highlights -
from the
Sports World
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 6-Two unearned
runs on three St. Louis Browns er-
rors assisted the Detroit Tigers to a
3 to 1 victory tonight in the opener
of a two-game series.
St. Louis 000 010 000-1 6 3
Detroit 001 000 101-3 4 0
Benton and Richards; Kramer
and Heif.
* * *
BROWNSV1LLE, Tex., Aug. 6-
Mickey Owen, the former National
League catcher who yesterday quit
the Mexican League and headed for
the United States, left here tonight
via train for Cincinnati. The office of
Baseball Commissioner A. B. (Hap-
py) Chandler is in Cincinnati.
Owen announced earlir today he
would go directly to Springfield, Mo.,
to visit relatives. He refused to com-
ment on his Cincinnati trip tonight
NOW
PLAYING:
in
DAIS
, ::' . :ith
GLENN FeRD
Added

WORLD NEWS
dERLE OBERON
IN PARADISE"

Boston.........,
New York.
Detroit ........
Washington ...
Cleveland . .....
St. Louis......
Chicago.......
Philadelphia ..

W
73
59
58
51
49
45
44
30

L
31
42
43
51
54
57
59
72

Boston 3, Philadelphia 1
New York 5, Brooklyn 2
Chicago 2, Cincidznati.0
St. Louis at Pittsburgh,
poned
AMERICAN LEAGUE

ir
North Main Opposite Cou
Today-
Returned by
Popular Request
GENE TIERNEY
"JESSE JAMES"
plus
TYRONE POWER
"THE RETURN OF F
JAMES"

rt House
in
in
RANK

Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

W
Brooklyn.......62
St. Louis......59
Chicago .,....53
Boston........49
Cincinnati . ... 48.
New York .... 47
Philadelphia .. 42
Pittsburgh .... 38
YESTERDAY'S

L Pet. GB
40 .608 ..
41 .590 2
46 .535 71
50 .495 11,
51 .485 12
55 .459 15
56 .429 18
59 .392 211
RESULTS

Pct.
.702
.584
.574
.500
.476
.441
.427
.294

Post-
GB
12
132
21
24
27
29
42

---- Today and Thursday
WONDER MAN
with Danny Kaye
and
TERROR BY NIGHT
with Basil Rathbone

Ending Today

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