IUNDA, NOKMRER, imTHE MICMlGAN D~AILY
By MARY STATON
Several games will be played this
week in the W.A.A. Volleyball and
On Monday, volleyball contests
will be held between Newberry I
and Jordan I houses and between
Elliot and Jordan II. Tuesday, in
basketball games, Alpha Phi will
play Geddes while Gamma Phi
Beta will clash with Delta Gamma.
In Wednesday's contests in bas-
ketball, Pi Beta Phi will go against
Kappa Kappa Gamma, while Fish-
er will meet Adelia Cheever.
Continues on Thursday
Thursday's slate will see Zeta
Tau Alpha playing Alpha Xi Delta
in basketball tournament play
while Alpha Chi Omega will be
vying for honors with Sigma Delta
In Thursday's volleyball action,
the winner of the Newberry versus
Jordan game will play Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, while the winner of the
Elliott versus Jordan II game will
play Hunt II.
In last week's action in volley-
ball, Alpha Omicron Pi won over'
Phi Sigma Sigma 31 to 14, while
Jordan II won 25 to 21 over Hen-
derson. Both of these games were'
played on Tuesday.
Cook Defeats Vaughn
On Wednesday, Martha Cook
won by a score of 24 to 12 over
Vaughn and Hunt II won over
Little II, 1 to 0. Thursday, Tri
Delta lost to Alpha Xi Delta by a
score of 11 to 31, Jordan I won
over Stockwell I, 23 to 10 and
Elliot won over Hunt III, 1 to 0.
For the week of October 27, the
volleyeball winners were Thron-
son, Phi Sigma Sigma, Martha
Cook, Alpha Delta Pi and Vaughn.
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The Women's All Campus Bad-
minton Tournament, sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association,
will begin Tuesday, November 18
at 7:00 p.m. in Barbour Gymna-
Time set aside fora practice
session has been reserved for this.
Tuesday from Ito 9 p.m. in the
gymnasium. Students must sign
up for the tournament before 5:00
p.m. on that day.
Players' must bring their own
shuttlecocks for practice, but
rackets and shuttlecocks will be
furnished for the tournament.
Participants are required to ap-
pear and play as scheduled their
first match on Nov. 18.
Players not appearing on Tues-
day nights to play their matches
must forfeit, unless arrangements
are made to complete the match
prior to the Tuesday night dead-
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NAVY GOES WAVEY-New Waves sing as they march to adven-
tures and mishaps on the high seas at the beginning of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority's skit, which was chosen best of the six
presented last night at Hillelzapoppin's annual performance.
SDT Takes TOp Prize
LOVE SCENE-In this scene from Soph Show, Roger Seasonwein
as Billy Crocker and Andy Maydeck as Hope Harcourt carry on
their amorous activities on board an ocean liner. The cast has
been rehearsing for two weeks in preparation for the performances
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
'Anything Goes' Workers
Ready Soph Show Open ing
By JAN RAHM
Sigma Delta Tau sorority was
announced winner of Hillelzapop-
pin' last night with its skit, "The
Navy Goes Wavey."
Second pace 'winner was Alpha
Epsilon Phi with its skit, "Speak
of the Devil."
The winning skit showed the
plight of Waves who are leaving
their homes on land for the ad-
ventures of sea life, but find they
cannot live without their men.
"Speak of the Devil" showed
judgement day in Hades, with the
demonic court deciding those who
had been bad enough to enter.
Other skits were "It's Collegi-
ate!" by Tau Delta Phi fraternity,
which showed the Student Activi-
ties Building as it is now, how it
would be in Russia, and how it
would be ten years from now.
"To Catch a Millionaire" by
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority featured
students from Miss Whitcomb's
School for Girls who looked for
someone to finance the school.
An independent group presented
"Catcher an' the Rye or The Year
Michigan Went to the Rose Bowl,"
which told of the year that Michi-
gan beat Michigan State and howI
it was done.
Judges were Assistant Dean of
Men John Bingley and Profs.i
Claribel Baird of the speech de-
partment, Marvin Felheim and
Alan Howes of the English depart-
ment, and Harold Haugh of the
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at Prices that are Fair
By JEAN HARTWIG
Five Soph Show publicity com-
mittee members were busily stapl-
ing Soph Show labels on paper
megaphones in the entrance of
the League Undergraduate Office.
Next door Alma R. Carlson, as-
sistant Social Director of the
League and advisor of the show.
typed purchase orders.
In the last room Herbert Allen,
'61, and Lois Jenkins, '61, treas-
urers for the production, checked
over the list of block tickets sold.
Work at Full Speed
Committees, as well as the cast
of the show "Anything Goes" are
working at full speed to be ready
for the actual production Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, accord-
ing to Robert Vollen, '61, and
Linda Heywood, '61, general co-
chairmen of the project.
"Costumes for the show are all
ready, except for a couple of
authentic sailor suits that we still
need," Susan Stein, '61, costume
Susan Huggard, '61, chairman
of the make-up committee, said
the group is practicing for the
actual production and the pro-
ductions co-chairmen, Barbara
Brian, '61A&D, and Nicholas
Vice, '81, added construction will
soon be completed on the prin-
cipal set, a shipboard scene.
Chorus, principals and dancers,,
who have been practicing separ-
ately for approximately four
weeks, began cast-wide rehearsals
last week. 1
"Things are coming along quite,
nicely and we're very pleased with
progress so far. Now we just have
to do the finishing touches,"
Louise Rose, '61, co-director com-
"Anything Goes," a musical
comedy with a score by Cole Por-
ter will include such songs as
"Blow, Gabriel, Blow," "You're
the Tops," "All Through the
Night," "I Get a Kick Out of You"
and "Anything Goes."
Occurs on Shipboard
The plot, which takes place on
board a ship, concerns the adven-
tures of Billy Crocker, played by
Roger Seasonwein, '61, who fol-
lows his sweetheart Hope Har-
court, played by Andrea Maydeck,
'61, on a trip across the ocean.
Humorous complications arise
when the young man becomes.in-
volved with a gangster and a
group of chorus girls on board the
Tickets for the three perform-
ances will besold on the Diagonal
today through Thursday, Vollen
and Miss Heywood said. The show
will be presented in the Lydia
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Alpha Iota, professional
music fraternity for women, has
announced the following pledges:
Diana Baird, '61SM; Joanne
Bath, Grad.; Marion Fawcett,
'60SM; Belle Gretzler, '61SM; Ann
Kynast, '61SM; Sylvia Miller,
'59SM; Sandra Mount, '61SM,
Patricia Noffsinger, Grad.; Bren-
da Roberts, '61SM; Louise Scheld-
rup, '61SM; Rosemary Spleet,
'61SM: Ann Staniski, '60SM and
Ella Villa, '60SM.
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