E, APRIL 24, 1959
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
University Men's Glee Club Elects
Administrative Officers for Year
... elected president
First'round of matches for the
Women's All-Campus Singles
Tennis Tournament will begin
May 1 and continue through
Women wishing to participate
in the contest should sign up by
5 p.m. on Wednesday. Entries are
due in Office 15, Barbour Gym by
that time. Interested students
may obtain their entry blanks
from house athletic managers in
each dormitory and s o r o r i t y
Matches will be played on the
Women's Courts and all players
may choose to play their first
round matches at 2:15 p.m. on
Friday, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, or 1
Kay Weaver, '59Ed., will defend
her title for the fourth time, hav-
ing been champion since her
freshman year. All women stu-
dents are eligible to enter the con-
test and those desiring further in-
formation may contact Joan Far-
rell, Tennis Club faculty advisor,
at University extension 2745 or
inquire in office 15, Barbour Gym-
' OKApril 27-May 1
Elections and appointments of
those individuals who are going
to 'run' the University Men's Glee
Club for the coming year were
made recently, Gary Pence, '61,
new publicity manager of the Club
Richard Bowman, '59, was elect-
ed president, and Peter Patterson,
'59E, was appointed to the position
of business manager.
The only other elected position
was that of vice-president, and
Thomas Gething, '61, will fill this
Appointed to the remaining ad-
ministrative positions were Gary
Pence, '61, publicity manager;
Gordon Elicker, '62E, office man-
ager; Terrence Davidson, '60, tick-
et and program director; Daniel
Jackson, '60, alumni relations di-
rector; John Warren, '62E., as-
sistant business manager and
Daniel Barr, '61, assistant publi-
The Glee Club is a unique group
in that it is an independent group,
not a part of any particular school
in the University. It is entirely
student directed and run.
The new officers will officially
take office in September, but will
assist the present officers in plan-
ning the annual spring concert
which will take place on May 9.
Bowman will replace Dwight
Davis, '59BAd., the outgoing pres-
ident, and Patterson will replace
Bowman as business manager.
Petitioning is now open for the
man general co-chairman for
both Michigras and Homecoming,
John Goodrich, '6OBAd.. Union ex-
ecutive vice-president announced.
Petitions for each chairmanship
are available in the student offices
on the second floor of the Union.
They are due Friday.
Interviews will be held May 4
and selections will be announced
on the same day.
The Homecoming chairmanship
involves taking charge of the gen-
eral planning and working with
committees on housing displays,
the homecoming dance and a spe-
cial affair for the University's
Michigras, held every other year
alternating with Spring Weekend,
involves a parade and the huge
carnival in Yost Field House with
booths for winning prizes, getting
refreshments and seeing shows
put on by 'various housing units.;
.. business manager
Next year's central committee
for Junior Girls Play learned of
their positions Wednesday when
the present central committee vis-
ited each member's housing unit
and "tapped" the appointed ones.
The committee strolled into the
various dining rooms around din-
ner time, sang a song dedicated to
their successors and presented a
scroll to each new -member.
The position of general chair-
man goes to Deedy Joy, '61, who
will be assisted by Mary Worthing,
Others on the roster of sopho-
mores include Betti Bacon who is
treasurer, Cora Palmer as secre-
tary, Jean Ross as director, Sue
Kennedy who will act as general
publicity chairman and Carrie
Duerr in the capacity of posters
The stunts committee will be
headed by Judy Chapman, with
Barb Brian in charge of campus
publicity, Lynn Mefort Daily pub-
licity, Sue Huggard handling the
script and Jeanne Atkinson and
Mary Gale sharing responsibility
for the props committee.
Nancy Maxwell and Nancy
Michelmore will be in charge of
costumes, Myrna Moxley will take
over the make up committee, Jan
Bellinger will take care of the pro-
grams and Jackie Nelson will be
responsible for the ushers.
Sylvia Sardy was appointed
choral director; Carole Goldman,
stage manager;,Brenda Fink, mu-
sic chairman; Dru Dexter and
Ann Wear, co-chairmen of the
scenery committee; M a r g a r e t
Hayes, choreographer and Gloria
Guy, tickets chairman.
To Improve Procedure,
By KATHLEEN MOORE
The Women's Senate is poten-
tially one of the most powerful
women's organizations on campus,
Sue Moag, '61, newly-appointed
League internal vice-president and
Senate chairman told the group
The Senate encompasses repre-
sentatives from both independent
and affiliated women's housing
units and has the power to sug-
gest and initiate new women's
regulations and policies. It may
also request that Student Govern-
ment Council discuss or approve
However, Miss Moag added,
Senate can have no power unless
it can be coordinated. Discussing
a possible reorganization plan, she
said Assembly Association had im-
plemented a program in which the
same student may hold the offices
of both Assembly Dormitory Coun-
cil representative and Senator for
her housing unit and suggested
that Senate ask Panhellenic Asso-
ciation to consider a similar plan.
Could Discover Issues
In this way, Miss Moag said, it
would be possible for the Senator
to discuss every issue considered
by' the group twice-first with
either the independent or affiliated
organization to which she belongs
and again in Senate, where both
groups are represented.
Senate might also eliminate the
duplication of some topics and the
discussion of "superfluous details"
which may be settled in the other
groups, she pointed out.
If Panhellenic accepts the plan,
some sort of uniform election date
should be set, Miss Moag said, to
provide the group with a con-
tinuity of membership.
Discussing action of a more im-
mediate nature, Anne Morrison,
'60, acting vice-chairman, an-
nounced the revamping of the
duties of that officer and a new
method of election.
The Senate vice-chairman will
now be in charge of five areas of
responsibility: 1) she must provide
for the transcription of minutes of
each meeting; 2) she will attend
meetings of Panhellenic delegates
board and ADC; 3) she will assist
the Senate chairman in the co-
ordination of the activities and
areas of concern of the three
women's representative groups.
She will also serve in the ca-
pacities of 4) chairman of the
nominating committee; and
5) chairman of the research com-
Chosen by Interview
Candidates for the position will
be chosen by an interviewing com-
mittee of five students, Miss Mor-
rison explained, rather than ac-
cepting nominations from the floor
of the Senate as has been done
Miss Moag commented that the
reason for the changed procedure
was to insure that students with
an expressed interest in the posi-
tion are nominated. The vice-
chairman, she added, cannot be a
member of the Senate and must
resign if she holds that position
Somethin' Smith, Redheads
To Sing at 'Rue des Cafes'
Mood, music and the glamour of
New Orlean's Bourbon Street will
lend a Creole atmosphere to Spring
Weekend's "Rue des Cafes" dance
Providing music for the dance,
which will be held in the Intra-
mural Building, will be Johnny
In addition, a vocal trio, Some-
thin' Smith and the Redheads, will
be featured. The trio is composed
of Saul Striks, Major Short and
Somethin" Smith himself. These
three redheaded young men first
met at UCLA, where they became
partners and started the singing
group which has won them na-
Raised in Virginia
Somethin' Smith spent his youth
in Norfolk, Virginia, where he de-
veloped an avid interest in music.
In the Navy, he played in naval
bands and orchestras, and gained
national fame by becoming an
Arthur Godfrey "Talent Scout"
Major Short's interest in music
began with the violin and later
spread to almost all major instru-
ments. He played with his San I SMITH, REDHEADS
Francisco high school band, then to sing at dance
with service and jazz bands, until,
while a student at UCLA, he be- a pianist. His talent was recog-
came a part of the Somethin' nized immediately, and at the age
Smith vocal group. of nine, he was a guest with the
Saul Striks, originally from De- Detroit Symphony.
troit, began his musical career as T oIncIude Show
the International Students' Asso-
ciation - anual ball, will be held
from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight, May 2,
in the Union ballroom.
An international variety floor-
show will be presented by some
ISA members and Earl Pearson
and his orchestra will play. Chair-
man of the dance is H a n n a
Gruenewald, '61, and all the com-
mittees are composed of interna-
The dance is open to all Uni-
versity students and tickets may
be purchased by contacting the
Scripts for Soph Show are cur-
rently being considered by a script
committee with the final choice to
be decided upon within the next
three weeks, Roger Pascal, '62,
general co-chairman announced.
As in the past, the show, sched-
uled this year for Nov. 12, 13, 14
will be an original Broadway mu-
A meeting of the central com-
mittee will be held at 4 p.m. Tues-
day in the League, he added.
Dublin to Iron Curtain; Africa to
Sweden. You're accompanied-not
herded. College age only. Also short
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Today is Maize Day.
Maize team gave a sneak pre-
view yesterday with a Charleston
skit on the Diag. "If you're from
the Maize team you'll hooray,"
cheered the publicity committee
as they invited Michigan to "Meet
They staged a pep rally, featur-
ing ten songs and cheers, provok-
ing the campus to look further for
"Maize-A-Me," their secret entity.
Marcia Welch, '62, co-publicity
chairman, noted the observation
of Maize Day each Friday, and
announced the release of a special
new feature next week.
Maize's next Diag skit is planned
for Wednesday, April 30.
Sigma Phi Epsilon was the tenth
house selected Wednesday night
as a finalist for the IFC Sing.
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