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Announces 'Mikado' Cast

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
UGLI DayI rim

The cast of The' Mikado, which
will be produced by the Gilbert
and Sullivan Society in Ann Arbor
on Nov. 10-12, has been announced.
President of the society, John
Barrett instructor in the speech
department, said the production
IN NEW YORK:
Feldkamp
To Discuss'
Racial Bias'
Student Government Council
President John Feldkamp, '61,
flew to New York this morning
to discuss the Southern sit-in
movement and its Northern sup-
port with officials of the F. W.
Woolworth Co.
As chairman of U. S. National
Students Association's National
Executive Committee, Feldkamp
is part of a six-member group
from the association.
He says Woolworth apparently
wants to discuss the sit-ins with
NSA in an effort to end them. The
NSA group would represent the
student position in the talks.
NSA could not end the sit-ins,
Feldkamp points out, but any
declaration by the association
could influence the sit-in move-
ment because NSA is representa-
tive of United States students.

may also be given in Bay City
and Trenton this weekend and in
Detroit on Nov. 19.
The cast is as follows: John
Barrett, dramatics director; Frank
Mueller, grad, music director;
Felix Pappalardi, '61, assistant
music director.
Jerry Hakes, '60, Nanki Pooh;
Carl Schurr, '64, Mikado; Tom
Jennings, '63, Koko; Mike Robbins,
'64, Pooh Bah; Julius Myers, '60E,
Pish Tush; Jeannie Lucas, '62,
Yum Yum; Laurel Been, '61, Petti
Sing; Mary Shaw, '61, Peep Bo;
Kay Gardner, '62, Katisha.
Women's Chorus: Susan Cohen
'63; Christine Conrad '63; Nancy
Denovan '62; Judy Ebner '61;
Betty Flansburg '62M; Martha
Frye '63; Janet Goldberg '64;
Rochelle Goodman '61; Judith
Green '63; Ruth Hahn, spec.; Jan
Hurshberger '63M; Shireen Hutte
'64; Louise Kao '64; Sheila Kwiat
'64; Nancy Lind '61; Louise Liu
'63; Virginia Mueller '61Ed.; Mary
Ann Olsen '61M; Elena Radley '63;
Jean Sayre '64; Nim Singer '64;
Esther Sokolov '63M; Julie Stock-
well '62; Carole Thomas '61; Erna
Weiner '62; Eugenia Westow '64;
Margaret Zeiger '63; Nancy Perry
'64.
Men's Chorus; Jon Clark '61;
Allan Colline '64; Dave Kilpatrick
'62E; Thomas LeMieux '62ACD;
John Maler '64; Robert Moss,
Grad; Ronald Sabacek '63E;
Frederick Shippey '62E; Clark
Smith '63E; Pete Smith '63A&D;
Ben Steiner '62; Worth Stephen-
son '64.

Stage Crew, technical directors:
Terry Rodefer '60 and Ron Brown
'63M. Harriett Gluckstein '64;
Lynn Graff '64; Carolyn Helfen-
stein '63; Linda Miller '62A,&D;
Jane Moore '63N; Annie Olsen
'64; Joan Radner '64; Hopp Row-
lands, '64; Sue Rubin '64; Sue
Sautter '63; Carol Shepherd '64;
Fred Shippey '62E; Sherry Stas-
heff '82; Steve Sumner '63A&D.
Group Forms
To Consider
Local Bigotry
The Ann Arbor Chapter of the
National Council of Christians and
Jews has formed a Citizens Com-
mittee to deal with evidences of
bigotry and religious prejudice
within this community.
Of particular interest to the
committee is the forthcoming
Presidential campaign. Dewitt
Baldwin, chairman o fthe chapter,
said that there have been extreme
instances of religious prejudice in
the campaign in Ann Arbor, but
declined to give any specific in-
stances.
The group will also consider
methods of combating bigotry,
particularly through education. It
does not plan to enter into Uni-
versity affairs, except as they re-
late to the community.
nisenberg To Talk
About Modern Art
Prof. Marvin Eisenberg, acting
chairman of the history of art
department, will give a talk on
modern art from the perspective
of the art historian, at 7:45 p m.
today, in Tappan Hall.
The presentation is one of a
series of informal talks on modern
art being, presented by the For-'
sythe Galley. The fee for the series
is $3.50.

-Daly-James Warned
'MICHIGAN' IN THE RAIN - It happens every year. Bu
where are the slicker-coated bike riders that are as natural a
the autumn monssons themselves? Perhaps they are Just to
engrossed inside the UGLI to notice But,I t won't be long ..

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YEARLY THEFTS:

Union Furnishings Stolen
By Apartment Dwellers

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At the beginning and end of
each school year, student apart-
ment-dwellers raid the Union
seeking items to furnish their
apartments, Frank Kuenzal, Union
general manager said.
He said that it. costs the Union
between $500 and $700 each year

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To Drop Tests
At Orientation
With the requirement of College
Board tests for most incoming
freshmen next fall, many of the
usual freshman tests will be eli-
minated.
Jack Petoskey, administrative
assistant in orientation, stated this
week that there will be fewer
orientation week tests for all new
students. "Many schools may not
require any," he added.
This will bring changes in the
orientation schedule. After A series
of meetings with representatives
of all University units, beginning
Nov. 8, the changes will be speci-
fied, probably sometime next
semester.
New students in the literary,
nursing, dental hygiene, phar-
macy, or engineering colleges will
be required to-take the Scholastic
Aptitude Test, the English Writing
Sample, and one elective Achieve-
ment Test, whether they are from
Michigan or out-of-state.
Deans of other colleges are still
undecided on their policies regard-
ing the tests.
Webster to Speak
On Stage Heritage
Actress-director Margaret Web-
ster will speak on the "Heritage
of Drama" at 4 p.m. today in
Angell Hall, Aud. C.
Miss Webster, who is being
sponsored by the English depart-
ment, will also discuss Shake-
speare at the 11 a.m. section of
English 50 tomorrow. Anyone in- +
terested is invited to attend.

to replace the items stolen by
these students.
"Usually pictures, drapes and
rugs are taken," .Kuenzal said.
"The oddest things stolen were
taken last spring when some stu-
dents stole two toilet seats."
.Last spring, five prints valued
at approximately $55 each were
taken from the third floor of the
Union. This fall four more were
taken. However, after the inci-
dent was reported to the police,
three of the prints were returned.
One year, Kuenzal recalled, a
new rug was put on the third floor
of the Union. It was 12 feet wide.
Within a week three swatches
about nine feet long were cut
from the rug.
One year some ambitious stu-
dents tried to steal a 70 foot
runner from the Union, he said.
They managed to roll it up, but
they could go no further. The
runner Was too heavy for them
to carry,
"Once the corridor connecting
the Union and West Quad had
drapes on its windows. Some stu-
dents thought they would look nice
in their apartment, so now the
windows are bare."
Besides furnishing students'
apartments, this stealing also dis-
courages the Union from buying
new furnishings for the building,
Kuenzal commented. They are
afraid that someone will steal
them, and they cannot afford to
carpet the floors every year.
League Postpones
Final Program
The final program of Women's
Week, "The Civic Leader: Back-
bone of America" originally sche-
duled for tonight has been post-
poned.
The discussion of volunteer ac-
tivities by Ann Arbor civic leaders
will be held at 7:15 p.m. Oct. 20
in the Henderson Rm. of the
Michigan League. The change in
schedule was made, because of a
conflict with the Nixon-Kennedy
Debate tonight.

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