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GUYS AND DOLLS:
Soph Show Directors
Announce Musical Cast

Tour Report
A musical "report" of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Symphonic
Band's tour of the Soviet Union
last winter will be the theme of
the Marching Band's half-time
show during the Michigan-Army
football game today.
A new moving ballet formation
to the0 music of Khacheuturian's
"Sabre Dance," will be followed
by a Russian steam locomotive
accompanied by the Russian folk
song "Meadowlands," and "Loco-
motive," an original composition
The band will next portray the
Great Gate of Kiev, to Moussourg-
sky's composition of the same
name, followed by a Cogsack dance
pattern to "Dark Eyes" and "Birch
Tree." The program will conclude
with "The Stars and Stripes For-
ever" and excerpts from an al-
bum of college fight songs which
the group recorded upon return-
ing to New York.

Harvey Brown, '64, and Linda
Burson, '64, the directors of "Guys
and Dolls," the 1961 Soph Show
presentation, have announced the
cast for~ the musical.
The production will be present-
ed at 8:00 p.m., Nov. 16, 17 and 18
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. The first rehearsal for all
cast members will be Saturday
at 9 a.m., Oct. 7 in the League.
Choreographers for the show
are Mimi Staelin and Eve Pack-
er; musical directors are Kay Kus-
nak and Nancy Campbell and the
general chairmen are Sue Chase
.and Harvey Kaplan.
Cast Listed
The cast for "Guys and Dolls"
includes:
Jim Amend, Claudia Barak, Jim Ben-
son, Jack Berman, Perri Boodner, Nor-
man Brody, Carol Cauthra, Mathew
Cohen, Toby Diamond, Betsy Dolgin,
Nancy Drennan, Larry Dubin, Ralph
Ehrenpreis, Vicki Elmer, Jimmy Fadim,
Carolyn Fisher, Jack Garrett, Malcolm

Gleser, Stuart Guttentag, Darcy Har-
wood, Charles Hix, Jim P. House, Sue
Jacobson, Marcia Katz, Jack Kauff-
man, Philip Kayman, Freddi Koman-
off
Marty Laker; Amy Lass, James Lin-
den, Denny Marion, Carole J. Marke-
son, Robert Marx, Robert Matthias,
Ashley Mulholland, Carol Owens, Jo-
ann Padlesti, Richard Perry, Basya-
Maria Romanoff, Bob Rosenberg, Doug-
las Ross, Michael Roth, MarkRoy
Sandstrom, David Schenk, Elsa Shaw(
Mitzi Siawin, Donald Slutzsky, Dennis
Smith, Cynthia Sorenson, Betty Vernan,
Janice Weiss, Genie Weslow, Ingrid
Woithe, Beverly Karanovich.
Last Airlines
Go to Metro
The six airlines still operating
out of University-owned Willow
Run have made the final decision
to transfer their services to Detroit
Metropolitan Airport.
Contracts concluding three years
of negotiations were signed by
Eastern, Trans World, United Mo-
hawk, Lake Central, United and
North Central airlines.
University officials say that Wil-
low Run will continue to operate
as an airport.

Legionnaires
Protest Fees
In Resolution
The state American Legion has
passed a resolution attacking the
University and Michigan State
University as "discriminating
against the children of veterans."
The action is based on the two
universities refusal to be bound by
the state Legislature's provision
that children of deceased and to-
tally disabled veterans may at-
tend state colleges-tuition free.
The law was originally passed
by the Legislature in 1935, but be-
cause of the constitutional status
of the universities, the attorney
general held that it was not bind-
ing on them. The Uniyersity never
applied it, but MSU did until last
spring.
The American Legion action
was taken at their state conven-
tion, which resolved that:
"The American Legion considers
the action taken by the Michigan
State University and the Univer-
sity of Michigan* discrimination
against the children of totally dis-
abled or deceased veterans who
have sacrificed much on the battle
fields of the world to make these
institutions possible."

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For additional Information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
Examinations for Teachers' Certifi-
cates with the Chicago Public.Schools
will be given April 24, 1962. These ex-
aminations are open to all candidates
who meet the requirements for ad-
mission to the examinations. as speci-
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the Board of Examiners. Applications
for admission to these examinations,
together with all credentials, 'must be
in the hands of the Board of Examiners
not later than April 10, 1962.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.;
The Buffalo Board of Education has
authorized' teacher examinations to be
given to' approved candidates in Buf-
falo, New York, on Sat., Nov. 4, 1961.
Applications should reach their office
by Oct. 25, 1961.
Examinations for Eligibility Lists
with the Elementary Schools Division
and The Child Welfare Division (Teach-
ers of the Mentally Retarded) of the
San Francisco, California Unified School
District, will be given on Sat., Nov.
4, 1961. Applicants must hold a bach-
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tionary appointment. Those who grad-
uate in Feb., June or Aug., are also
eligible. Registration for these exam-
inations will close Oct. 30, 1961.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad. students, please
sign sche4ule posted at 128-H West
Engrg. Bldg.
OCT. II-
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Design.
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these events must be withheld until
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Oct. 22-Challenge, Lecture, "Deel-
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ion," Leo Gruliow, Multipurpose Em.,
UGLI, 2:30 p.m.,
Oct. 21-Homecoming 1961, Dance, In-
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Oct. 15-Challenge, Lecture, "Die-
sion-Making Process in the 'United
States," Dr. Samuel Huntington, Multi-
purpose Rm., UGLI, 2:30. p.m.
Nov. 5-Challenge, Discussion, Multi-
purpose Rm., UGLI, 2:30 p.m.
Nov. 12-Challenge, Discussion, Dr.
Charles Osgood, Multipurpose Rm.,
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