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November 10, 1960 - Image 8

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WHE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Soph Show'
Supporters
Stuff Booth
Yesterday the telephone booth
stuffing rage invaded the cam-,
pus, in a Soph Show publicity
stunt.
At 12:45 p.m. a contest was
staged on the Diag between mem-
bers of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi
Gamma Delta fraternities to de-
termine which group could "stuff"
more people into a telephone
booth.
This stunt officially opened the
ticket selling campaign for "Bells
Are Ringing," the 1960 Soph
Show. The show will be held on
Nov. 17, 18, and 19 in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets are
now on sale at the telephone booth
on the Diag.
The two fraternities were cheer-
ed by members of Delta Phi Ep-
silon and Delta Gamma. This was
a final phase of the publicity
campaign staged by the publicity,
chairmen, Diane Jacobson, '63,'
and Samuel Zell, '63.
"Bells Are Ringing" is the story
of a switchboard operator who
finds herself entangled in the lives
of the persons whose telephones
she answers.

'Orphee' Set
For Playbill
Production
The speech department labora-
tory playbill will present Jean Coc-
teau's "Orphee" at 4:10 p.m. to-
day in the Arena Theater, Frieze
Bldg.
Generally considered Cocteau's
most perfection expression of his
theatrical aesthetics, "Orphee" is
based on the legend of Orpheus
and Eurydice, Playbill publicity
director Albert Katz, Grad, said,
The play is representative of
the neo-classical movement that
flourished in Europe in the 1920's.
Originally conceived for the pros-
cenium arch, "Orphee" is experi-
mental in many respects. The
laboratory production makes lib-
eral use of stylized movement,
mime, vivid lighting, music and
tape recorded sound effects.
Cocteau's theatrical concept,
considered quite radical, attempt-
ed to find equivalents in the me-
dium of theatre for the verbal
images and rhythms that make
poetic language an art form.

Coast Group
To Perform
Folk Songs,
"The Brothers Four" will offer
popular, folk, and group singing
in a performance at 8 p.m. to-
day in Hill Aud.
The quartet, sponsored by the
Michigan Union and the Wolver-
ine Club, were students at the
University of Washington: when
they auditioned at the Hungry i in
San Francisco 'during a spring
vacation trip.
Within six months they had'
a contract with a major recprding
company
Students To Meet
Political Scientists
The first of a series of student-
faculty coffee hours will be held
in the third floor conference rm.
of the Michigan Union at 4 p.m.
today.
The faculty of the political sci-
ence department will be the
guests.

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to FOLLETT'S. Textbook values decrease
rapidly as new editions and more up-to-date "
books are constantly being published. SELL
YOUR BOOKS as soon as you have had your
exams and get today's top value for them.

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Pick up a pack and take a crack at experting the big game. If you are the only one to come up with the correct half-time and final
scores, the first prize jackpot is all yours. If there are ties, you share the money. The same applies to winners of the second and third
jackpots. Enter as often as you like... and to make it easy, use the backs of acks* as our ent blanks. So each time you finish a pack
b*take a crack at the big money! t

HERE'S ALL YOU DO TO WIN..
1. Predict the final score for each team.
2. Predict the half-time score for each team.
3. Use an empty pack* as your entry blank.

READ THESE EASY RULES...
1. On the coupon below or on the back of an empty wrapper or on a plain sheet
of paper, select the winner of'the above game. Predict the final score and the
half-time score (predict ties if you wish). Each entry must be accompanied by an
empty wrapper from L&M, Chesterfield or Oasis cigarettes (or a single hand drawn
copy of the lettering L&M, Chesterfield or Oasis as it appears on the face of
the package). If entry is submitted on back of empty wrapper, be sure to includq
name and address, printed clearly.
2. Mail entries to Liggett & Myers, at the address appearing in coupon below. All
entries must be postmarked by midnight five days prior to date of game and
received by midnight the day prior to date of game. Enter as often as you want.
but be sure to enclose an empty wrapper (or acceptable substitute) with each
entry. Illegible entries wil not be considered.
3. Prizes: FIRST PRIZE JACKPOT-$300; SECOND PRIZE JACKPOT-$150;
THIRD PRIZE JACKPOT-$50. Winning entries will be selected according to
the accuracy of the entry against the following in the order listed: (a) the winning

team; (ab) the final score, and, as a tie-breaker, if necessary (c)4fleaccuracy t
etermining the leading half-time team and the halfime score. In'the event
of ties among contestants, the prize money for each of the three prize categories
will be divided equally among contestants tied for the respective prizes.
+4. This contest is under the supervision of the Bruce, Richards Corporation, an
independentudging organization, whose decisions are final and binding on all
contestants. nly one prize per family.
5. This contest Is open to the college students and college faculty members of
the above competing colleges only. Employees andmembers of their families
of Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company and its advertising agencies are not eligible
to enter.
6. All entries become the property o the sponsor, and none willbe returned.
Winners will be notified by mail. A complete list of winners is available to anyone
sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the address below.
7. This contest is subject to all Federal, state and local laws and regulations
governing contests and their validity.

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