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Principal leads and the chorus
have been chosen for the Gilbert
and Sullivan Society presentation
of "Yeomen of the Guard," Presi-
dent Mona Morningstar, '59, an-
Tentative cast for the produc-
tion, to be presented November 18-
21 at the University, will include
Kenneth Hudson, '60Spec., as Sire
Richard Cholmondeley; Tyrone
McConnell, '61, as Colonel Fairfax;
Prof. Paul Zweifel of the engineer-
ing college as Seargeant Meryll;
Jerry Hakes, '60SM, as Leonard
Maryll and Gershom Clark Morn-
ingstar, Grad., as Jack Point.
Also included in the principal
cast are 'Richard Kretchmar,
'618M, as Wilfred Shadbolt; Karen
Decker, '83, as Elsie Maynard;
Mary Shaw, '61, as Pheobe Meryll;
Mary Leppala, '60SM, as Dame
Carruthers and "Virginia Hill,
'62SM, as Kate Rico,
To- Cut Cost
A plan to greatly reduce the
members cost of flying was an-
nounced at the first general meet-
ing of the Michigan Flyers held
last week in the Union.
In order to do this a minimum
of 50 pilots must participate. The
Flyers is a new group which was
organized only last Spring.
Prior to this meeting the Flyers
had approximately 25 active mem-
bers. Its membership is composed
of students, faculty members and
Members must pay an entrance
fee and club dues in addition to
The Club treasurer pointed out
that these dues are necessary to
insure the operator of the pilot,
service a guaranteed fixed mini-
It was also pointed out that this
total cost of flying was less than
comparable private rates.
To Present Film
On Red Education
The education school and Audio-
Visual Education Center will pre-
sent a color feature film on Rus-
sian education, "School Days,"
produced in the Soviet Union, in
Rm. 317 of the Undergraduate Li-
brary at 8 p.m. tomorrow.
The film documents the Russian
ten - year school program and
shows Russian children in their
schools. Various problems, adapt-
ability, adjustment, varying apti-
tudes and the like are dealt with,
and traditions explained.
Someone smelled at rat in the
Administration Building re-
Secretaries refused to work on
the third floor, where the rat
was reported running around.
Something had to be done.
Officials called in the janitor,
but he refused to do the job.
"When I was hired no one told
me I was supposed to get rid of
rats," he said, "it's not part of"
The public relations director
finally went after the rat.
To Fill Posts
"Some really choice positions are
open in the Women's League,"
Katy Johnson, '60, League Presi-
dent, announced yesterday.
The selection process will be the
same as it was last spring, she
added. That is, the candidates will
present petitions, then be inter-
viewed by the Interviewing "and-
"We have some especially good
positions open for upperclass wom-
en interested in League activities,"
Miss Johnson said.
Student Groups Plan
SOC . . . names beginning with A-L shoo:
Two meetings for all persons in- attend the meeting at 7 p.n
terested in working for the Stu- Wednesday.
dent Government Council admin- Thosewith last names beginnir
istrative wing will be held tomor- with M=Z may try out at I p.p
row. Wednesday, Oct. 7.
The meetings, to take place at The tests will include strokes f
both. 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., will offer form and fundamental stunts.
students a chance to join the pro- Michifish representative will'1
gram which aids the SGC repre- present at the Women's Pool du
sentatives in their jobs. ing women's recreational swims
5:00 p.m. tomorrow and Frida
Buro-Cats . . . and at 8:00 p.m. Thesday at
Freshman women are invited to Thursday.
attend a mass meeting for the
Buro-cats at 7 p.m., Tuesday in
the League Ballroom, Gail Crow,
'62, said yesterday.
Miss Crow described the organi-
zation as being "solely for fresh-
man women to acquaint them with Be Ready fo
the League."Re dy t
"It is a good starting point to
learn the groundwork for campus Kick Off . .
activities," she said.
Miehi fish .. and Cooler(
The Michifish, campus synchro-
nized swimming club, will hold try- a ea
out meetings during the next two
weeks at the Women's Pool.
All interested women with last
Alpha XiDelta Opens
New Sorority House',
By FAITH WEINSTEIN
With ceremonies, speeches and
250 for lunch, Alpha Xi Delta
opened its new house yesterday.
University President Harlan
Hatcher, Regent Irene Murphy
and Alpha Xi Second National
Vice - President Mrs. Lawrence
Flenner spoke at thededication
ceremonies, which were followed
by conducted tours of the house
"This is the first time we've all
been under one roof," Linda Rain-
water, '60, Alpha Epsilon Chapter
president exclaimed. "It's just
wonderful to have everyone really
Miss Rainwater added that the
new house has been in various
planning stages for nearly ten
years. "Our alums realized that we
would need the new house," she
The entire sorority, which was
previously spread over three dif-
ferent locations,-is now completely
concentrated in the one house.
"The full capacity is 71," Miss
Rainwater said, "but the Univer-
sity quota is 65, which we are now
The site of the new house has
belonged to Alpha Xi for many
years, she noted. Until last year a
white frame house which was used
as an annex stood there.
"Last summer, while we were
gone for vacation, the old house
was razed and building.begun on
this one," Miss Rainwater said.
The new house contains all
kinds of- innovations, many of
them suggested by the affiliates
"I guess nearly everybody put
down closet space on her form,"
Miss Rainwater added, "we cer-
tainly got enough."
The new house contains a chap-
ter room and a protects room in
the basement, she continued.:"This
is something we have never had
The first floor of the house has
both a formal living room and a
1103 South University
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHORAL UNION SERIES
GLENN GOULD, Pianist from Canada . ..... .Monday, October 12
BQSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . ..... . .Saturday, October 24
Charles Munch, Conductor
IRMGARD SEEFRIED, Soprano, Vienna Opera .Thursday, October 29
RICHARD TUCKER, Tenor of the "Met" .. . .Friday, November 6
PAMPLONA CHOIR from Spain . ... (2:30) Sunday, November 15
Luis Morondo, Director
JAN SMETERLIN, Pianist from Poland .....Tuesday, November 24
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . .Monday, February 8
Antal Dorati, Conductor
BACH ARIA GROUP-Nine solo artists .....Tuesday, February 16
William H. Scheide, Director
GIULETTA SIMIONATO, Mezzo-soprano (2:30)Sunday, March 13
CH ICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ......... .Monday, April 4
Fritz Reiner, Conductor
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EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ... (2:30) Sunday, October 25
Charles Munch, Conductor
DAVID OISTRAKH, Russian Violinist .......Tuesday, December 8
WITOLD MALCUZYNSKI, Polish Pianist ..... .Friday, January 15
PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ... . Monday, February 29
William Steinberg, Conductor
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