Rehearse For Benefit Production - Members of the Civic Amateur Theater cast for "The Man Who Came to Dinner" are rehearsing for the benefit showing of the play which will be given next Thursday night in Pattengill auditorium of the High school. Proceeds will be used to establish a Junior Chamber of Commerce information bureau to aid men interested in enlisting in the nation's armed services. Shown above are Prof. John C. Brier (seated), as Sheridan Whiteside, the "Man"'; Patricia Meikle (ready to take notes), as Maggie Cutler, his secretary; and Mrs. Harold Goldman (in front of the mirror), as Loraine Sheldon, an actress.
In Civic Theater Benefit Play - G. Davis Sellards of Brooklyn Ave. and Margaret Allen, 1207 S. State St. (above) will play leading roles in the Civic Theatre production, "Easy Living" a three-act comedy to be given at 8:30 Monday and Tuesday nights in Pattengill auditorium. The performances are sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce for its war service office and are open to the public. Miss Allen is a newcomer in Ann Arbor and in the theater group coming here from Findlay, O., with her sister, Ruth, who also has a part in the play. Mr. Sellards has scored several successes in the Civic Theatre's offerings in recent years.