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MASSEY *.CARSON * LORRE
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Annual Community Sing
To Take Place Saturday
:iighlighting the holiday season' will be led by John A. Merrill and
the 1958 Christmas Community will beale Poh. MaryMa.n
Pageant and Sing will be held at will feature Prof. Marilyn Mason
7:.30 pm., Saturday. Browxn of the music school as
organist and Prof. Percival Price
The 30th All Community Sing of the music school, carillonneur.
Kurt K. Neumann is general
Ichairman and he is assisted by
T o erLeonard J. Chase, advisory chair-
man; William W. Taylor, director,
and Loine Meinel, coordinator.
Folk Dances Opening the program will be
''Deck The Halls" with the audi-
M THE HILARIOUS BROADWAY STAGE SHOCKER!
M-G-M Pesents A JOSEPH FIELDS PRODUCTION Starring
Doris Day " Richard 2Waidinark
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FOLK SINGER-Str-umming her guitar and singing, Odetta will
interpret the lyrics of familiar and unfamiliar folk songs at a
concert Friday night. Blues, work songs, lullabies and fantasies
will also be included in Odetta's repertoire.
Odetta To Give Concert
At Armory Tomorrow
Sixteen professional Russian folk
dancers will perform in native
costume for the Russian Club
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at'
the Baptist Church, 512 E. HuronI
"These Wayne University and
University of Detroit students are
of Lithuanian and Baltic States
origin and will do native dances
dating back to the 12th century--
the pagan days," said Vytas Dukas,
Grad., who danced with the group
According to Dukas, the "fast
and vivid" dances may include an
old polka, a windmill and a harvest
dance. Dukas arranged the pro-
gram for the Russian Club.
Also highlighting the meeting
are two plays by Prof. Robert
Magidoff. First year Russian stu-
dents will star in the presentation
of "Jenning's White Mystery" and
"The purpose of the club is to
stimulate interest in everything
Russian among Russian students
and to give them an opportunity'
to present their talents," said
Temira Pachmuss, technical ad-
visor of the club.
ence and choruses participating.
The A Cappella Choirs of Ann
Arbor and University High School.
Contando Girls Chorus, Lyra Male
Chorus and St. Thomas High
School Choir will take part in the
program. Holy Ghost Fathers Sem-
inary Choir. Ann Arbor Civic
Women Singers, and First Metho-
dist Church Junior Choir will also
GIe 11 a
An Ohio State University stu-
dent was fined $50 and court costs
recently in Columbus, Ohio, on
charges of participatin'g in an un-
lawful lottery, while the case
against another student was dis-
Racy A. Morris, arrested by the
highway patrol on Oct. 31, re-
ceived the fine and is still subject
to university discipline. Jay S.
Noyes appeared in court yesterday
and then was dismissed.
MARTIN & LEWIS
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lis print priced at $17.95,
of Lomella at $14.95.
The Smart White Cloche
Wear-Right Pull-on Gloves
Phoenix Sheer Nylons
You'll find these at
MAIN SHOP TOGS
noe 1111 South U.
on Forest ' 11/ blocks from
off South U. Main Shop
OPEN MON. & FRI. EVE. 'TIL 8:30
A well known folk singer, Odet-
ta, will be the featured soloist at'
a concert held at 8:30 p.m. Friday
at the Fifth and Ann Street Ar-
Odetta, an interpretive artist,
is especially noted for her individ-
ualistic style and earthy approach
to folk music. Most of the music
which Odetta uses has been hand-
Baha'i Student Group, weekly meet-
ing, Dec. 11, 8:30 p.m., 725 S. Division.
Topic: "Love and Marriage."
Cercle Francais, Poetry Contest, Dec.
11, 8 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Christian Science Organization, regu-
lar testimony meeting, Dec. 11, 7:30
p.m., Mich. League. Check bulletin
board in lobby for rm. no.
Kappa Phi, Christmas Dessert, Dec.
11, 7:15 p.m., meet at Methodist Church
for transportation, 1020 Belmont.
Modern Dance Club, dance techique
lesson, composition, meeting,. Dec. 11,
7:15 p.m., Barbour Gym, Co-ed organi-
Modern Dance Club, dance technique
ty and dinner after 5:00 mass; all in-
vited. Christmas party; canned food
for poor is admission - 8:30 p.m. Dec.
12, 331 Thompson.
Sigma Alpha Eta, meeting, Dec. 11,
7:30 p.m., Speech Clinic, Rm. 108.
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National and International Affairs
Comm., of SGCs important meeting,
Dec. 11, 4 p.m.. SAB--SGC offices.
* * *
Student Activities Comm. of SGC,
meeting, Dec. 11, 4:45 p.m., SAB; Rm.
Wesleyan Guild.Christmas Caroling
and decorating party, Dec. 12, 7:15 p.m.
Meet in Wesley Lounge.
« « «
India Students' Assoc., Symposium,
Dec. 11, 8 p.m., Mich. Union, 3rd floor
Conf. Rm. Delegates: Louis Greiss
(United Arab Republic), Flomon Quay-
uor (Ghana), Pacifico Albano Castro
(Philippines), Ahmed Belkhodja (Tuni-
sia), Beverly Pooley (England), Roger
A. Needham (U.S.A.), Shiv Dayal (In-
dia); "India's Foreign Policy." Prof. R.
Crane (Hilt. Dept.) moderator. z
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B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, "Ha-
nuka Service," Dec. 12, 7:30 p.m., 1429
lHill, Speaker: Prof. Marvin Felheini
(English Dept.) "Hellenism versus Heb-
raism' in Modern Times."
ed down through generation to
generation by rote, and allows
personal emphasis and interpre-
Her first professional break
came as a classical singer, when
she was cast in a West Coast pro-
duction of "Finian's Rainbow."
At that time, she met a couple
of Bay City folk singers and from
these singers she got her interest
in folk singing. She listened to
their music for hours and decided
that "the beauty and richness of
these songs lay in their expression
of truth, of our own heritage."
Her first public appearance as
a folk singer was as accidental
as her introduction to the art it-
self. Seated in the audience at one
of San Francisco's theatres, Odet--
ta was introduced by the master
of ceremonies as a "touring" folk
singer. Taking the spotlight, she
sang one song and was hired on
Following a film appearance,
she went to Chicago and played
night clubs with the folk song,
"The Gate of Horn." She also
began recording albums for Tra-
dition, made television appear-
ances and scheduled several con-
The University's Concert Choir,
under the direction of Maynard
Klein, will present its annual
Christmas Concert in Hill Audi-
torium at 8:30 p.m. today.
The concert will feature motets
by Johann S. Bach and Healey
Willan as well as the Cantata
"Hodie" by Ralph Vaughan Wil-
Accompanying the Choir will be
Nelita True, Grad., at the piano,
and William Osborne, '59Mu., at
The program will also feature
three soloists, Miriam Barndt,
'59Mu., Charles Walton, '6lMu.,
LIPKIN and OLEFSKY.
Wednesday, Dec. 17-8:30 P.M. Scottish Rite
MASONIC TEMPLE, DETROIT
Beethoven: VARIATIONS ON THEME by Mozart
Bach: PARTITA NO. 3
Bartok: SUITE FOR PIANO, Op. 14
Franck: CELLO, PIANO SONATA
Tickets at Grinnell's Downtown, Center Music Shop,
Northland and Eastland, Cambridge Book Stall
Tickets: $3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
GATEWWAY S INGERS
DECCA RECORDING ARTISTS - FIRST DETROIT APPEARANCE
THE MOST EXCITING FOLK SONG GROUP IN AMERICA
"There hasn't been a folk act of this kind offered around since
the days of the Weavers. This is in some respects a better act. Vocal
combination of three male voices and the contralto gives a fine sound
to their efforts and each member of the quartet is strong enough
vocally so that solo portions have quality and merit. Act works with
an ease and exuberance that captures ringsiders . . . ." VARIETY
John R. Farnsworth Entrance
ADMISSION $3.30 - $2.50 - $1.65
Tickets available at Grinnell's Tick-
et office; Cambridge Book Stall, Cass
near Warren; Center Music Shop,
Northland; Book World, Maccabees
Bldg.; Mumford Music Shop, 18025
Wyoming; and the Disc Shop, 1210
S. University in Ann Arbor, Mich-
You Think for Yourself )(THESE QUESONS
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5. When writing a letter applying for
a job, would you try to make it
(A) original and off-beat, or (B)
factual and concise?
6. If you were getting furniture for
a room, would you look first for
(A) something comfortable, or (B)
something colorful and unusual?
7. Would you prefer a job (A) in an
old established firm offering
security, or (B) a small company
which could expand rapidly?
8. Would you rather be known as a
person who (A) works well with
others, or (B) accepts
responsibility on his own?
"One of the most remarkable folksingers of our time."
in a concert of BALLADS, BLUES and FOLK MUSIC
Friday, December 12th 8:30 P.M.
at the ARMORY * . . corner Fifth and Ann Streets
RESERVED $2.75 GEN. ADMISSION $1.65
THE DISC SHOP LIBERTY MUSIC
1210 South University State Street Branch
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9. When you step up to a cigarette
counter, are you (A) confused
by all the conflicting filter
claims you've seen, or (B) sure
of what you want because you've
thought things through?
'You will notice that men and women
who think for themselves usually choose