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eUJA A THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Women's Glee Club, Navy Choir To
Give Spring Concert Tuesday at Hilli

A spring concert featuring the Navy
Choir as guest artists will be present-
ed by the University Women's Glee
Club at 8 p. m. EWT (7 p. m. CWT)
Thursday in Hill Auditorium.
A short formal concert by the
Glee Club, will open the program.
This wil include a group of old
classics: "Ave Verum Corpus" by
Mozart, "The Silver Swan" by Gib-
bons, and "Come Again Sweet
Love," an English madrigal by
Dowland. Two songs from the
Rig Veda suite by Holst will fol-
low. Three harps will accompany
these songs, which were inspired
by Hindu music.
A group of modern compositions
and arrangements of folk songs will
also be sung in this part of the pro-
gram. Marie Turner, who accompa-
nied the Glee Club last year, wrote
one of these selections. "Holiday
Song" by William Schuman, and
"While Quito Sleeps" by Clokey will
be part of this section
The second half of the program

will take part in Tally-Ho Inn, a
hunting lodge. Janet Barber will
play her accordian, and the Glee
Club will set the scene with "John
Peel." The Navy Choir will sing "A
Hunting We Will Go," "Deep in My
Heart" from "The Student Prince,"
and "Hallelujah" from "Hit the
Deck." Eugene Malitz will be solo-
ist for the Choir.
The Glee Club will sing several
informal numbers, including Ger-
shwin's "Summertime,' 'and will
join the Choir in the drinking song
from "Traviata," in which Jean
Gilman and Rose Derderian will
sing solos. Both groups will join
in singing a medley of airs from
light opera for the finale.
Beverly Solorow will accompany
the Glee Club, while Paul Kuiter,
V-12 student also featured in the
University Band concert, will accom-
pany the Navy Choir. Lucille Gen-
uit, Ruth MacNeal, Lennis Britton,
and Ruthann Perry will be soloists
for the Glee Club.

In dependents
Will1 Hold Meet

Today

at WAB

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iSERVICE?
Show him that you're proud
S .and be sure that your
remembrance arrives on
time!

Suomynona, a new organization
which automatically includes all
undergraduate independent women
not living in a dormitory, league
house, co-operative house or the
Michigan League, will meet at 4 p. m
EWT today in front of the WAB.
The meeting will combine recrea-
tion with business, according to Mary
Chernus, vice-president of Suomy-
nona, and all coeds attending are
asked to wear sport clothes. The pur-
pose of the organization will be
presented and all details explained.
Officers of Suomynona were elect-
ed at the organization's last meet-
ing and are a follows: Marjorie J.
Baker, president; Mary Chernus,
vice-president; Eleanor Moxness, sec-
retary; and Marge Faraday, treas-
urer.
Permanent committees were es-
tablished; Louetta Beerbower will
head the program committee, Leah
Newtz the equipment committee, and
the war activities and publicity com-
mittees will be under the direction of
Barbara Tobin and Mary Chernus
respectively.
Suomynona is under the sponsor-
ship of Assembly, the campus organ-
ization for all independent coeds.
The charter of Suomynona is now
being written. It will be presented to
the members to be voted upon at a
future business meeting.
All women eligible for Suomynona
are urged to attend the meeting to-
day. Anyone unable to be present
is asked to attend the next meeting.
Campus Magician
Gives Special Show
Eleanor Mellert, known on campus
as the "Lady of Legerdemain", pre-
sented a magic show for the Ypsilan-
ti Congregational Church Mother-
Daughter Banquet yesterday.
Miss Mellert, a physical education
major, has given performances for
University Hospital patients, for the
Newman Club, the Physical Educa-
tion Club and MYDA.
According to Miss Mellert even a
magician has trouble with the meat
,:hortage since it is no longer possible
to pull rabbits out of a hat. The
cigarette shortage has popularized
Miss Mellert's "Cigarette Produc-
tion" trick in which she makes a
real cigarette out of imaginary to-
bacco and paper.

Coeds Asked
To Aid Parade
500 'U' Women To Participate
In Memorial Day Services
More than 500 University women
will participate in the Women's War
Council section of the Ann Arbor
Memorial Day parade at 10 .a.m.,
EWT Wednesday.
Motion pictures of the entire sec-
tion will be taken for use in demon-
strating women's war activities to
Orientation groups next year and to
various Michigan alumni groups
throughout the state, Nora Mac-
Laughlin, War Council president, an-
nounced yesterday.
Groups of women from all campus
residences will march in the parade,
representing the many activities in
which coeds have participated under
the Council's direction.
Those marching in the parade
have been instructed to meet at 9:30
a.m. EWT at the Armory, where they
will receive their posters and join
the line of march.
Led by officers of the War Council,
the coed groups will represent par-
ticipation in the American Red Cross,
WAA, benefit drives, USO, and the
Woman Power Commission.
WAA Notices

Committee Names Patrons,
Guests for 1945 Senior Ball

MERRY MAYTIME IN VERMONT
-Beverly Kantor brushes snow from
her tulips during a record Maytime
blizzard that left up to 11 inches
of snow in northern New England.
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Interviewing
WAill Be Held
Independent women who wish to
petition for central committee posi-
tions for the 1945-46 Assembly Rec-
ognition Night and have not as yet
done so may bring their petitions to
the interviews, it was announced yes-
terday by Helen Alpert, Assembly
President.
Interviews will be held from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. EWT tomorrow, Tuesday
and Thursday in the Kalamazoo
Room on the second floor of the
League. All coeds petitioning are
requested to indicate their interview-
ing times on the schedule sheet
which is posted on the door of the
Kalamazoo Room.
Positions which are open to all
unaffiliated women are those of gen-
eral chairman, assistant chairman,
and chairman of publicity, tickets,
war activities awards, scholarship
awards, decorations and tickets.
JGP To Discontinue
Stamp, Bond Sales
Sorority, league house, and dor-
mitory bond sales will be discontin-
ued early next week in order to bal-
ance the JGP books before exams,
Ann Lippincott, general chairman of
JGP, announced yesterday.
Miss Lippincott, revealing the in-
complete results of JGP in the Sev-
enth War Loan, also disclosed that
$106.05 worth of war stamps attached
to hair ribbons were sold on Lantern
Night, and that members of her
committee had already sold over
$1,400 worth of bonds.

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Softball Schedule
Monday: Alpha

(Continued from rage i)
Dean and Mrs. I. C. Crawford'
Dean and Mrs. S. T. Dana, Dean
and Mrs. J. B. Edmonson, Dean
and Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, Dr.
and Mrs. L. A. Hopkins, Dean and
Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Director and
Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Dean Alice C.
Lloyd, Director and Mrs. E. V.
Moore, Director Rhoda F. Reddig,
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Rice, Dr. and
Mrs. C. A. Sink, Dean and Mrs.
E. B. Stason and Dean and Mrs.
R. A. Stevenson.
Other patrons will be
Dean and Mrs. H. F. Vaughan,
Dean and Mrs. C. S. Yoakum., Asst.
Dean Mary C. Bromage, Asst. Dean
and Mrs. W. J. Emmons, Asst. Dean
C. T. Olmsted, Asst. Dean Jeanette
Perry, Asst. Dean and Mrs. W. B.
Rea, Asst. Dean and Mrs. E. A. Wal-
ter, Registrar and Mrs. I. M. Smith

Delta Pi vs. Mosh-

and Miss Ethel A. McCormick.
Guests for the Ball will be Profes-
sor and Mrs. H. 0. Crisler, Professor
and Mrs. L. C. Karpinski, Professor
and Mrs. A. M. Kuethe, Professor
and Mrs. W. E. Lay, Capt. W. V.
Michaux, USN, Col. and Mrs. R. C.
Miller, Professor and Mrs. J. K. Pol-
lock, Professor and Mrs. G. Y. Rain-
ick, Professor and Mrs. R. Schorling,
Professor and Mrs. J. E. Tracy and
Professor and Mrs. E. T. Vincent.
Other guests will be Professor
and Mrs. R. L. Wilder, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, Dr. and Mrs. A. W.
Coxon, Assoc. Professor and Mrs.
F. A. Firestone, Major and Mrs.
E. F. Gallagher, Assoc. Professor
and Mrs. W. W. Gilbert, Assoc.
Professor and Mrs. C. F. Kessler,
Assoc. Professor and Mrs. A. Mar-
in, Comm. and Mrs. A. L. Williams,
USNR, and Asst. Professor and
Mrs. P. E. Bursley.

Yes, FATHER'S DAY is Junc 17th. We have
a complete stock of GREETING CARDS . . .
Come in and select one which will suit your
needs exactly.
FRANCISCO-BOYC
723 North University

er 1. Woodlawn vs. Adelia Cheever
at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday: Sorosis vs. Zeta Tau Al-
pha, Chi Omega vs. Sigma Delta
Tau, Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Alpha
Phi at 5:10 p.m. EWT. Jordan vs.
Martha Cook, Delta Gamma vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta at 7:15 p.m. EWT.
Thursday: Winner of Sorosis-Zeta
Tau Alpha vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma
at 5:10 p.m. EWT. Winner of Chi
Omega-Sigma Delta Tau vs. T
Delta, Winner of Alpha Gamma Del-
ta-Alpha Phi vs. Kappa Alpha The-
ta, Winner of Delta Gamma-Alpha
Xi Delta vs. Kappa Delta at 7:15 p.m.
EWT.
In case of rain on Monday, those
two games will be played on Thurs-
day along with the Thursday games
already scheduled. In case of rain
Tuesday, the games will be auto-
matically scheduled for Thursday
and Thursday's games will be re-
scheduled next week.
The USO Club is urgently in need
of cookies and home-made jams and
jellies. Sugar will be provided to wo-
men who volunteer to make cookies.

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