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League, U pi Saponor ArinuAl Prograrn
Men's and Women's Glee Clubs To Sing
An array of campus talent will
perform for the annual Christ-
mas Revue sponsored by the Union
and League to be presented at 8
p.m. Wednesday in Hill Audi-
Dean Master of Ceremonies
Joe "man on stilts" Dean, for-
mer circus entertainer, will act as
master of ceremonies to intro-
duce other campus talent includ.
ing Ann Schubering, vocalist, and
the Varsity Quartette, which will
sing "Donkey Serenade" and other
Foreign Christmas songs will be
sung by the Women's Glee Club.
These include an old French carol,
"Angels O'er the Field," an Ap-
palachian carol, "I Wonder as I
Wander" with Bonnie Elms as
soloist and an Austrian carol,
"Shepherd Christmas Song" with
Doris Kays, soloist and Margaret
Berlin Song Featured
An arrangement of "White
Christmas" by Irving Berlin will,
be the final program number by
The Merit-Tutorial Commit-
tee requests that the following
committees submit personnel
reports on their members to the
Undergraduate Office of the
Panhel Ball committees,
League Publicity Committee,
League Social Committee, Soph
the Women's Glee Club, directed
by Miss Marquerite V. Hood and
accompanied by Miss Katherine
The Men's Glee Club will sing
"Glory to God in the} Highest"
by Pergolesi, "Jesu, Joy for Ever-
lasting" by Bach and Waring's ar-'
rangement of "Battle Hymn of the
Republic" by Howe-Steffe.
Glee Clubs Combine
Both glee clubs will combine to
offer "0 Holy Night" by Adam,
with solos by Suzanne Smith and
Santa Claus, impersonated by
Phil McLean, will welcome stu-
dents and offer gifts to a num-
ber of people chosen at random
from the audience.
Frank Tinker's orchestra will
feature new Christmas arrange-
ments with Margeann as vocalist.
A special scoring of "Christmas
Sung" with Warren Benson, stu-
dent drummer with the band, will
also be included in the band's rep-
Community Sing Planned
As contrasts on the program,
Frank Anderson will play a special_
Christmas boogie woogie while Bill
MacGowan will accompany com-
munity singing on the auditorium
Although the all campus event
is admission free, members of the
Union and League staffs will man
buckets at the entrances to the
auditorium for donations to the
University F esh Air Camp.s r
!Contributions will be used for
winterization of camp facilities in
camp during week-ends after
crder that students may use the
heating units are installed.
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N E W Co M E R-L t t i e
Judith lus, 1 year old, has just
arrived in New York from Vi-
enna by air, en route with her
amother tomake their new home
Mr's. Henry C. Christian, editor
of "The Triangle," official publi-
cation of Mu Phi Epsilon, national
music honorary society, for wo-
men, will arrive in Ann Arbor to-
lay to visit and inspect the Alpha
,hapter of the fraternity.
A graduate of the Oberlin Ob-
servatory of Music, Mrs. Christ-
ian returned to serve on the facul-
ty there. She later became the
head of the School of Music at
the Baldwin-Wallace Conserva-
tory, Berea, Ohio.
She was also former president
cf the Radio Council of Greater
Cleveland and is now state radio
chairman of the Ohio Federation
of Music Clubs. Mrs. Christian is
also active as a member of the Wo-
men's Committee of the Cleveland
While here the "Triangle" edi-
tor will attend the Choral Union
performance of "Messiah" Sun-
day. On Monday and Tuesday she
will inspect the local active and
alumnae chapters of Mu Phi Epsi-
At 8:15 p.m. tomorrow evening
she will be honored at a musicale'
given by the combined active and
alumnae chapters at the home of
Mrs. D. E. Seeley.
Coed Nursing Student
Dorm Provides Rooms for
By MARY ALICE CHENEY
Following the introduction of
the use of the student nurses'
dormitory in a temporary housing
plan last Spring, over thirty non-
nursing students now live in Couz-
Formerly, only coed nursing
students were allowed to reside in
the dcrmitory, applyingdirectly
to Miss Rhoda Reddig, director of
the School of Nursing, for ad-
mittance. Coeds not in the school
of nursing apply for all housing in
dormitories and supplementary
housing through the Offices of the
Dean of Women.
At present, Couzens Hall is
treated as supplementary hous-
ing together with league houses
for all non-nursing women stud-
ents, who are referred there by
the office of the Dean of Wo-
men. Information concerning
vacancies at Couzens Hall may
be obtained in that office.
Non-nursing students now liv-
ing in Couzens Hall may state first
preferences for their rooms for the
spring semester after all nursing
students have been housed.
Since no meals are served at
the dormitory, nursing students
eat at the University Hospital
cafeteria. All other women liv-
ing at the dormitory may des-
ignate whether or not they wish
to take all meals at a nearby
dormitory where arrangements
have been made for them in the
The majority of the rooms in
Couzens Hall are sing~es, designed
especially for nursing students,
whose schedule necessitates com-
ing and going at odd hours during
the day and night. The dormitory,
located across the street from the
University hospital, was a gift of
Senator James Couzens in 1923,
and accommodates 265 residents.
Both groups of women in the
dormitory participate jointly in
the social program, under the
direction of Miss Lucille Lawr-
ence, social director of the Hall.
The League Council serves as
coordinating center for the two
Woien students living in Couz-
ens Hall also publish their own
newspaper and have their own
Results of the mixing of the
two groups of women, nursing
and non-nursing students, now
living in the dormitory have been
most favorable, according to re-
ports made in the Office of the
Dean of Women. Each group
agrees that much has been gained
through the co-operation and
friendships established between
the once seemingly isolated nurs-
ing students and their classmates
from other colleges.
For your next Christmas formal,
try clipping a few miniature ball
ornaments in your hair for a gay
Crop and Saddle-Ensian pic-
tures will be taken of the entire
group in riding clothes at 5 p.m.
tomorrow at the WAB.
Ballet-Last meeting of this
semester at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
dance room of Barbour Gym. Par-
ticipation will also be discussed.
Rifle-Ensian pictures will be
taken at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the
ROTC Range. A short business
meeting will be held at this time.
Archery-Final meeting for this
semester at 5 p.m. Wednesday at
the WAB. Archery Range. Club
activities will resume at the be-
ginning of next semester.
OPEN 'TIL 9
DECEMBER 15 ... MEN'S NIGHT
DECEMBER 16 ... LADIES' NIGHT
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Residents of Martha Cook will!
honor solo artists of the Messiah
and 55 faculty members at a din-
ner at 6 p.m. today.
Dinner guests and guests of res-I
idents will be entertained at a
dessert and musicale at 6:30 p.m.
To Be Held
l'he annual Ann Arbor Christ-
mas carol sing will be held be-
ginning at 8 p.m. today on the
steps of the general library.
Al' townspeopleand students are
invited to participate in the ev-
ening's entertainment, which is
sponsored by the Student Relig-
Th'fe house choir is to sing and Community songs will be led by
there will also be community sing- Don Piott, music school student.
ing. Also featured will be the Phi Del-
ta Theta chorus under the direc-
Fletcher Hall will hold a Christ- tion of Dabe Dutcher. They will
mas party for its residents at 8:30 sing the song which won them the
p.m. Tuesday. annual IFC sing reward last spring
Ed Gleich will preside as mas- and the statewide IFC reward earl-
ter of ceremonies over a program ier this fall.
of stunts and songs and also the The annual Christmas carol
doorprize drawing. Sandwiches sing has become a tradition to;
and hot chocolate wil be served as citizens of Ann Arbor and Univer-
refreshments. sity students as well.
Committee in charge of the par- All those who wish to continue
ty includes George Hooton, John singing after the community sing
Barnes, Bill Richards, Stan Cook, is finished are invited to attend a
Chuck Adams, Don Theisen, Jim program of carol singing in Lane
Rutledge, Ray Guerin, and Phil Hall following that on the library
Tickt+,,for ''Paul Biu j ,u 1'wI
mal,'' annual l', s t ( '111u
dance to be held ""fri 19p.m. hfo1
a.m. Saturday,. Jau. 10 in Wter-
man and Barbour Gymnasiums.t
will go on sale tomorrow in Uni-
Students buying tickets for "the
most informal formal of the year"
will have an opportunity to parti-
cipate in an age-guessing contest.
A section of a tree about two
feet in diameter will be exhibit-
ed at the University Hall Booth,
and students will be asked to
approximate the number of an-
nual rings. A prize will be a-
warded at the dance to the per-
son guessing the tree's age mostE
Dress for "Paul Bunyan" will
simulate the garb of a typical
woodsman -'blue jeans, plaid
shirts and knee-high boots. Guests
will dance in the shade of actual
30-foot trees lining the wall of
Between dances guests may
retreat to Barbour Trading Post
fo' 'idar and doughnut . Re-
fr'eshmnents will be served over
an old-time bar. Stuffed ani-
mas and skis will decorate the
Announcement will be made
later of the nationally-known
band engaged to play for the "for-
mal." Late permission will be
granted to coeds attending the
A program of intermission en
atertainment, including a log-
sawing contest, has also been
planned by members of the For-
Although the foresters' annual
dance has long been a tradition,
only in recent years has it been
sponsored by the Foresters' Club
and on such a large scale.
Dormitory managers of the
recently installed candy b-oths
will meet with Janet Cork,
League Drives Chairman, at 3
p.m. tomorrow in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
'Paul Bunyan' Ticket Sales
Begin Tomorrow in 'U' Hall
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