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Team, Band
To Highlight
Rally Tonight,
The Wolverine Club's answer to
caffeine, "Operation Wake-Up,",
will roll into action at 7:30 tonight.
Joel Levine, '60, Wolverine Club
president, said that students willI
begin converging on the Union
from various parts of the campus
at 7 p.m. The group from the Hill
will be escorted by football cheer-
leaders.
At 7:30, Levine explained, the
football team will appear on the
steps of the Union. Also at this
time, several marching bands will,
appear. The University's Marching
Band will appear, led by William
Revelli, director of University
Bands.
Bands To Escort Crowd
All of these bands will then
escort the crowd down to Ferry
Field, Levine continued. At the
field, hobbled football captain
John Herrnstein and a member of
the football coaching staff will
speak.
In addition to this, "A Torch
of Michigan Spirit," which will
have been carried down from the
Rah!
The following is a new cheer
to be introduced by the cheer-
leaders at tonight's pep rally:
Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah
Michigan, Michigan
Michigan, Michigan
Michigan, Michigan
Yeah, Michigan
Union will be used, under Herrn-
stein's supervision, to light a bon
fire on Ferry Field.
Free Dance
Following this, Levine said, the
marching band will lead the ral-
Tiers into the Intramural Athletic
Building for a free dance. Enter-
tainment for the dance will consist
of a scene from Soph Show and
one from Musket.
Levine said that the Union was
assisting the Wolverine Club in
this project.
League Library
Announces Hours
The League library is now op-
erating under its regular hours,
according to Sally Coon Foote,-
'59, assistant House committee
chairman.
It is open Monday through
Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon,
'1to 5pi..and 7to 10 p.m.; Fri-
day from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to
5 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 5
p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.

HILLELZAPOPPIN:
Skit Show Adds Final Touches

It's in the Cards

MOWN

Almost 500 people are working
on final preparations for Hillel-
zapoppin, the annual musical skit
show, sponsored by the Hillel
Foundation, Allan Nachman, '60,
and Linda Meyerson, '60, general
co-chairmen, said yesterday.
The show, which will take place
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Ann
Arbor High School auditorium, is
composed of 20-minute musical
comedy skits presented by various
independent and affiliated groups
on campus,
There will be six skits which
were selected from nine scripts
submitted, Nachman said. The
majority of these have original
music and choreography as well
as dialogue.
Free round-trip transportation
will be provided by six University
buses leaving from the League at
7:15 p.m. Members of the admin-
istration and faculty will serve as
judges for the competition, he
added.
Tickets for the show are now
on sale in the Fish Bowl or on the
Diag between 11 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. and will also be sold at the
box office before the show tomor-
row evening, he said.
Therenhave already been as
many tickets sold as were sold last
year, Nachman added.

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PANHEL BALL-Decorations chairman Sue Laansma sets up one
of the decorations for tonight's ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. in the League Ballroom. The theme of the dance is "Les
Cartes Royale."

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-Daily-Allan Winder
HOW'S THIS?-Members of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority practice
for Hillelzapoppin '58. Skits will be presented by affiliated and
independent groups at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Ann Arbor High
School.

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SCHEDULE OUTLINED:
Eleanor Roosevelt To Begin Program
For Second International Week at U'

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(Continued from Page 1)
side, is a "special convocation in
celebration of a century of stu-
dent religious work at the Uni-
versity," and is part of a weep~-
long conference on "Religion and
the State University," Arnove
said.
Folksong artists Pete Seeger and'
Sonny Terry will appear in a pro-
gram,' co-sponsored by the Inter-
national Students Association and
the 'Union, at 7:45 p.m., Nov. 20
at Hill Auditorium.
International Week activities
will continue with a speech on
"Nationalism and the Great Com-
munity of Culture" by Henry
Steele Commager at 4 p.m., Nov.
21 in Rackham Auditorium. Com-
mager's appearance is being spon-
sored by the Student Government
Council.
"Trip on the Riviera"
The annual Monte Carlo Ball,
presented by the International
Students Association, will take
place at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in the
Union Ballroom. The theme, "Trip
on, the Riviera," will be carried

out in elaborate decorations and
an international floorshow, Ar-
nove explained.
"Brussels in Ann Arbor," the
annual campus world's fair, is
scheduled to take place from 1
p.m. to 1 a.m., Nov. 22. Arnove
said 17 nationality groups are
participating in this year's fair
which will feature displays, foods,
movies and two variety shows.
To Bold Mock Olympics
International Week activities
will conclude on Nov. 23 with
mock Olympic games in which in-

ternational and American students
will participate.
Special conferences, art dis-.
plays, movies and music programs
on local radio stations will em-
phasize an international theme
during the week, Arnove said.
Among the conferences is a
Student Government Council-
sponsored "Conference on Foreign
Student Affairs" at which repre-
sentatives from universities and
colleges in the state will discuss
foreign student programming.

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OPERATION WAKE-UP

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2. PEP RALLY

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The Michigan Marching Band Show
Six of the Band's Immortal Favorites

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Coaches and Captains

3. ENTERTAINMENT

at the I-M Building

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Free Jazz Concert

Jubilee Recording Group

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