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PACE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1955

PAGIFOURTHEMICHGAN AIL

EtsCOMICS, CRA YONS:
Events Today IC.l' At
"THE KEENER EDGE" will be
the topic of Mrs. Frances Clarke
Sayre's speech, followed by a pan-
el discussion, in conjunction with
the Summer Education Conference
at 10 a.m. in Schorling Auditori-
umn.
Mr. Sayers is a visiting lectur-
er in the School of Education and
Department of Library Science.
Special conferences at 2 p.m.
will occupy this afternoon's pro-
gram: Social Foundations, in Rm.
2431, University Elementary
School; Speech Correction, in Rm.
1022, University High School; and
Reading, in Rm. 1430, University'
Elementary School.
Allsessions are open to the pub-
lic without charge. PROF. BRUNO BETTELHEI
* * I . . . child expert
"ANALYTICAL Representation
of Turbulence Motions" will be
discussed by Prof. G. K. Batche-
lor of the University of Cambridge
at 2 p.m. in 1400 Chemistry Bldg.
Following him \vill be E. E. Sal-
peter of Cornell University who
will speak on "Main Sequence
Stars" at 3:30 pm.

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Topic of Talk
Internationally known expert on
the emotional development of chil-
dren, Prof. Bruno Bettelheim of
the University of Chicago will
speak on "The Popular Arts and
Child Development" at 4:15 p.m.
today in Auditorium A. Angell Hall.
Prof. Bettelheim's talk will be
held in conjunction with the
School of Educations' summer
session series and fifth lecture in
summer symposium on Popular
Arts in America.
On the faculty of the education-
al psychology department at Chi-
cago, Prof. Bettelheim is director
[1 of the University of Chicago's Or-
thogenic School

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DRAMERAMA FEATURES FLEXIBLE STAGING IN ARENA THEATER
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Stage Converts to Fit Play in 'Dramerama'
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"Dramerama," the Saline Mill
Theater's answer to Hollywood's
3-D has been described as theater
specially tailored to fit audience
and play.
In a converted pine paneled soy-
bean mill, capable of seating an
audience of 170, an experiment in;
play production is being conduct-
ed.
UNDER THE direction of form-
er University student Warren
Pickett, "Dramarama" features a
centrally located stage of the An-
cient, Greek arena type.
The stage, however, can be,.
altered to fit the specifications
of each individual production
and the audience seats, which
are moveable, can be relocated
at will to allow for the maxi-
mum convenience.
Located eight miles from Ann
Arbor on Route 112, the Saline
Mill Theater features a profes-
sional acting company which is
housed-in the mill.
THE THEATER'S present pro-
duction, "Bell, Book and Candle"
will run through Sunday. George
Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the
Man" is the second play schedul-
ed. It will run from July 21 to
Aug. 2.
The theater is run on a member-
ship type basis, and arrangements
have been made whereby after
each performance the company
will discuss its work with the aud-
ience.
Tickets and information con-
cerning the theater may be ob-
tained at Marshall's bookstore.

PROF. HENRY EYRING of the
University of Utah will lecture on
"Kinetic Interpretation of Radia-
tion Injury" at 4:15 'p.m. in 1300
Chemistry Bldg.
"WHEN DID the Long Conson-
ants of English Become Subpho-
nemimic" {will be discussed by!
Prof. Hans Kurath of the English
Department at 7:30 p.m. in Rack-
ham Amphitheater.
* * *
A STUDENT RECITAL at 8:301
p.m. in Rackham Assembly Hallj
will feature Beatrice Ulrich, Grad.,
pianist.I
The program includes works ofr
Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Chopin
and Roy Harris. Admission is op-
en to the public without charge.
'Arsenic, Old Lace'
Begins Run Today
Cinema Guild will present "Ar-
senic and Old Lace" with Cary
Grant and Josephine Hull, at 7
and 9:30 p.m. today and tomor-
row.
This comedy features two spin-
ster sisters with a mania for col-
lecting corpses in their cellar.
Walt Disney's "Seal Island" will
also be shown.
"The Lavender Hill Mob" with
Alex Guinness will run at 6:30,1
8 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday and at
8 p.m. only Sunday.

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Geometry Seminar will meet at 7:00
p.m., Room 3001 Angell Hall. Mr. W.
Al-Dhahir will talk on "Pappus Tri-
angles."
The weekly meeting of the University
of Michigan Sailing Club Inc. will be
held in the Union, Room 3-G, at 7:30
tonight. Important policies will be an-
nounced. All dues must be paid.
Coming Events
Next week the Department of Speech
will present Clifford Odets' new Broad-
way success, The Country GirL This ex-
citing drama of the back-stage life of
an outstanding actor and his wife
will be directed by Monroe Lippman,
chairman of the Department of Theatre
and Speech at Tulane University and
guest director this summer in the Uni-
versity of Michigan Department of
Speech. The Country Girl opens
Wednesday night, July 22 at 8:00 p.m. in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and
plays through Saturday night, July 25.
Hillel Foundation: Friday evening
services at 7:45 p.m. Saturday morning
services at 9:00va.m. Everyone welcome.
Hillel Foundation: Open House on
Sunday, July 19, at 8:00 p.m. Music,
dancing, refreshments. Everyone wel-
come.
The Unitarian Student Group invites
a11 local young liberals to an informal
unprestructured meeting Friday eve-
ning, July 17, at 8:30 p.m. at the Uni-
tarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw Ave-
nue. For transportation from campus
meet at south entrance of the League
at 8:15 p.m. Refreshments will be
served.
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