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Delightful Presentation of
You Touched Me!' in Saline
Evers Sent to Cleveland
In 63rd Deal by Orioles
Tuesday night's theatergoers
enjoyed a treat at the Saline Mill
theater's presentation and the
Michigan premiere of Tennessee
Williams' comedy, You Touched
The play, based on a story by
D. H. Lawrence and written in
collaboration with Donald Wind-
ham, revolves around the return
of an effervescent flier to a stag-
nant, female dominated house-
hold. The flier, Hadrian, ably
played by Earl Matthews, reen-
ters his adopted home and helps
change a situation dominated by
a straitlaced, vitrolic Aunt Em-
mie, superbly enacted with vigor
by versatile Nancy Born.
After much difficulty, he wins
over young and lovely Matilda,
who has been turned against love
by her forceful aunt, and frees
from bondage Matilda's father,
henpecked, alcohol driven sea
captain Cornelius Rockley. The
ingenue, Matilda, was played
with gentleness and charm by
There is no doubt that the two
scene stealers in the production
are Captain Rockley and the
sought after (by Miss Emmy)
Rev. Guildford Melton. William
Taylor as the captain has been
given by author Williams the
funniest lines in the play, which
he handled with skill and fine
spacing. Howard Malpas was an
excellent caricature of the spir-
itually stagnated vicar. There are
traces of Tennessee Williams'
deeper, more penetrating plays to
come, in this romantic comedy.
The girl, Matilda, is a forerunner
of Laura in "Menagerie" and
Blanche in "Streetcar." She epit-
omizes the lovely, fragile, world
frightened spirit. The play has
some shortcomings as well as
very funny lines. The dialogue of
the big love scene in act three is
forced, repetitious and unbeliev-
able. Matthews did his best with
the poor material.
The part of the girl who could
not love was dragged out. One
had the desire to say, "Get on
with it, you'll marry him any-
Despite the faults in Williams'
script; the production itself was
delightful and the acting spar-
kled, especially the performances
of Taylor, Malpas and Nancy
The sets by Shelton Murphy
were adequate enough to show a
sparse English home. Ted Heusel
was director, Barbara Hamel pro-
Ypsilanti Daily Press
KANSAS CITY UP'-Peddling
Paul Richards yesterday spun the
63rd mar1 through his revolving
door of the American League cel-
He's bought, sold, traded, op-
tioned or released that many
baseball players since he took the
Baltimore Orioles into training
camp last spring.
Evers Switched With Wight
No. 63 was the veteran outfield-
er Hoot Evers, sent to Cleveland
Thursday in a waiver deal that
brought relief pitcher Bill Wight
to the Orioles from the Indians.
Only four men who played for
Baltimore last year, the first sea-
son after transfer of the St. Louis
Browns franchise to Maryland'
were still with the club ,when it
put in here Thursday for a twi-
Clay Court Semis
ATLANTA (P) - Big Hamilton
Richardson of Baton Rouge, La.,
and dapper Eddie Moylan of Tren-
ton, N.J., led a march of favor-
ites into the semi-finals in the
National Clay Courts Tennis Tour-
Expected to join them in- the
round-of-four is defending cham-
pion Bernard Bartzen from San
Angelo, Tex., and Tony Trabert of
Cincinnati, recent singles winner
Richardson ousted Jack Frost
of Monterey, Calif., 6-4, 8-6, 6-1;
and Moylan eliminated South
African Davis Cupper Johann
Kupferberger 8-6, 6-0, 6-0.
night double header with the Kan-
sas City A's.
Richards, who became both field
manager and general manager of
the Orioles between the 1954 and
1955 seasons, has complete re-
sponsibility for player deals by
virtue of his two jobs.
The "endurable four from '54"
are first baseman Eddie Waitkus
and outfielders Gil Coan, Cal Ab-
rabs and Chuck Diering, all of
whom were acquired just before
or during the 1954 season.
64 Tops Field
In Links Open
MILWAUKEE (mi) - Dr. Cary
Middlecoff fired a record-equal-
ing 64, six under par, with a rec-
ord 29 finish, to pace yesterday's
sizzling first round in the Mil-
waukee $35,000 Open Golf Tour-
Par was shattered 39 times be-
fore an estimated 10,000 fans,
greatest crowd of the season.
10 Foot Putt
A late starter, Middlecoff capped
his brilliant round wit ha 10 foot
birdie putt on the 18th green to
snatch the lead from -Fred Haw-
kins of St. Andrews, Ill., who ap-
peared safely lodged at the top
Eight shots off the pace in the
147 player field, and making his
first appearance as United States
Open Champion, was Jack Fleck
of Davenport, Iowa.
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