TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P
gives last minute tips to "her" boys
before the Big 10 game.
Competitive blood runs strong at the mudbowl
with SAE's pitched against Phi Delts.
In lost year's original production "Out of Our Minds" the cast
performed so realistically, we wonder whether life at the U
hadn't driven them to identify with the title.
nual, all-student production Broadway
only wishes it could duplicate.
The Parade: AIncluding bands, floats, celebrities,
and even your friends.
EVEN YOUR FRIENDS?
The title of last year's second Musket, "Anything
Goes" might well have been "Everyone Goes" as
was evidenced by the "Standing Room Only" sign
at the box office before each performance.
ABC coast-to-coast presents Musket's
sesquicentennial musical "Out of Our Minds"
U U I-
Nassau in December, England in July, Creative Arts
Festival, cups in the UGLI coffee machine, all-campus mixers,
exam week flicks . . . who is responsible for all these hap-
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER--UAC--
Created two years ago from the merger of the Michigan
Union and the Women's League, UAC has been able to expand
all its programs and services far beyond the reach of either of
the separate organizations. Through UAC's eleven standing
committees and five coordinating committees, welcomed and
exciting events become a natural part of campus life.
Are you becoming fidgety reading this small blurb? Would
you rather look at the pictures? Go ahead, admit it; we don't
mind. Looking at pictures is a good diversion after working all
day. And, by the way, may we suggest another good diversion
to take your mind off booking? Join UAC.
Don Tucker, President
Roz Braeman, Executive V.P.
Dean Cummins, Administrative V.P.
Walt Heiser, Coordinating V.P.
Joe Calcaterra, Public Relations
Lee Mary Danielson, Facilities
Bill Morrill, North Campus
Larry Deitch, Academic Affairs
Jan Hartka, Creative Arts
Bob Neff, Research-Advisory
Mary Fran O'dell, Social
Buz Barclay, University Services
Tom Lovell, International-Travel
Dan McCreath, Contemporary
Berinthia Rosenberg, Personnel
Premiering this year:
"Our success must be too much for her."
Take out all feelings of aggression built up during
those long winter months.
Who would expect that the nebulous freshman class
would be capable, just one year later, of presenting a
successful Soph Show? But this has been true of the past
eleven nebulous freshman classes who, as creative soph-
omores, have staged their own successful rendition of a
W NTER WEEKEND
No one minds the first snowfall of winter, but when it
doesn't cease, after three months, it can become rather
depressing. WW acts as a pcnacea for any degree of
Winter Depression. The magic potion last year included
the Motown Revue, all-campus musical chairs, a pie-
eating contest, and Booth Night . . . a potent cure for