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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

' THUISDAY, SEPTMBER 23, 1948

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'YEOMAN' SERVICE:
Gilbert-Sullivan Society
Calls for New Members

All persons interested in helping
with the Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety's production of "Yeoman of
the Guard" are urged to* attend
the Society's meeting at 7:15 to-
night in the Hussey Room of the
League.
"Yeoman of the Guard" will re-
quire a large cast of singers and
actors, as well as a sizeable stage
crew. Anyone interested in any
phase of theatrical or operatic
Urge Seniors
To Get Photo
Appointments
Senior picture appointments for
the 1949 Michiganensian are go-
ing fast, according to Kathy
Douglas, campus sales manager
for the 'Ensian.
All seniors who expect to grad-
uate either next February, June,
or August are eligible to have
their pictures, degree, and home-
town in the yearbook.
APPOINTMENTS SHOULD be
made this week at the 'Ensian
business office, second floor of the
Student Publications Building.
Students will be given four
proofs from which one will be
chosen for the book.
Pictures will be taken by Asso-
ciated Photographers from Oct.
4 to Oct. 20.

work is invited to attend tonight's
meeting.
A schedule of tryouts for sing-
ing leads will be announced. Those
present will also try their hand
at a few of the "Yeoman" songs.
THE PRODUCTIONS of the So-
ciety will be guided this year by
Maynard Klein of the School of
Music, who succeeds Harry Allen.
Klein has had many years of
experience with Gilbert and
Sullivan productions at Tulane
University and at the Interloch-
en Music Camp.
Tom Wilson, graduate student
in the School of Music, will act
as Klein's assistant.
* * *
COSTUMES especially designed
by a large New York costuming
agency will be featured in the
production of "Yeoman," as well
as the unabridged, authenticscore
of the opera which the Society ob-
tained directly from London, Eng-
land.
At the present time, the so-
ciety badly needs space to con-
struct the sets for such elab-
orate production.
Anyone knowing of a place suit-
able for such work is requested to
call Mrs. Rowe at 2-0677.
There will be an 'Ensian try-
out meeting today at 4 p.m. at
the 'Ensian business office.
People who are interested in
various types of business work
are needed.

MEN WANTED:
New Tryouts Will Meet
With Union Staff Tonight
Interested in putting your talents to good use?
The Michigan Union, campus organization representing 14,000
men, will hold a staff tryout meeting tonight at 7:30, in Room
3B in the Union.
* * *
POSITIONS ON ALL Union committees, including Social, House,
Publicity, Campus Affairs, Student Relations and Personnel and
Planning, will be open to eligible second semester freshmen and
sophomores.
Union President Bob Holland and Secretary Keith Jordan
will be present to welcome would-be staff members and to pre-
side at the meeting.
Committee chairmen will deliver short talks on the functions
and activities of their respective groups.
* * * *
ALL MEN, regardless of how varied their interests and abilities
may be, can find a suitable position on one of the Union committees,
Publicity Chairman Dick Hitt emphasized.
Dances and parties are two of the more important functions
undertaken by the Social Committee.
The Campus Affairs Committee sponsors such activities as fishing
trips, ski jaunts, coffee hours and the Fresh Air Camp.
The House Committee arranges exhibition appearances at the
Union by outstanding sports figures, runs bridge tournaments, resells
football tickets, and puts up lobby displays.

AIR FORCE JET BOMBER WRECKAGE FATAL TO TWO-This is the smouldering wreckage of
an Air Force jet bomber, the B-45, after it exploded in the air and crashed near Tulare, Calif.
Two civilian test pilots were killed. The B-45, made by North American Aviation, is the Air Force's
first all-jet bomber and is about the size of a Flying Fortress. Spectator examines rubble.
SOME CHANGES MADE:
Band To March in New Formation

The University Marching Band
will trot out with something new
and revolutionary this Saturday.
A re-arrangement of instru-
mentation which will virtually
transform the Band into two six-
ty-piece units, will be used when
the band makes its first appear-
ance at the Michigan State game.
JACK LEE, new assistant direc-
tor working with Prof. William D.
Revelli, conductor of University
bands, devised the new formation.
Bands usually group instru-
ments of the same type into one

section with the
ing up the rear.

clarinets fill-

The new arrangement features
the rhythm section-consisting of
drums, alto and bass horns-in
the center position. The trom-
bones, previously massed in one
row, will be divided between the
front and back rows.
Other instruments will receive
the same treatment with the clari-
,nets distributed along the edges of
the entire unit.
A CUT IN the clarinet section
from 40 to 20 instruments com-
prises the major change. Other

sections will be increased propor-
tionately.
Besides the East Lansing ap-
pearance, the band will make
two other road trips, one to the
Purdue game Oct. 9, the other
to the Minnesota game, Oct. 25.
Student officers of the band,
which added only 39 new mem-
bers this year, are Glenn Yarberry
of Pueblo, Col., manager; Donald
Lupp of Gregory, Mich., equip-
ment manager; Ray Keith of
River Rouge, Mich., library; and
Al Taylor of Joliet, Ill., publicity
manager.'
Fred Breidenbach of Dayton,
Ohio, is the drum major.

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Few Vacancies Left for Honor
Program in Ethics and Politics

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BASS WEEJUNS.

Ethics and Politics-the liter-
ary college's two-year program for
honor students-still has a few
vacancies, Assistant Dean Charles
H. Peake said yesterday.
First-semester juniors with a B
average or better may elect the
program in place of departmental
concentration. But they'll have to
hurry, he said.
* * *
Those Interested should apply
to either Prof. John Arthos, Rm.
2222 Angell Hall or Prof. Stanley
Dodge, Rm. 17 Angell Hall.
The degree program for Hon-
ors in Liberal Arts was first set
up in 1939. In it superior stu-
dents have studied such ,sub-
jects as:..
The development of science,
feudalism and capitalism, the
forms of literature, and the Re-
naissance.
* * *

and Politics includes Plato, Aris-
totle, Hobbes, Hume and John
Dewey. Emphasis is on careful,
intensive reading.
Other courses are required as
cognates. They include plitical
theory, philosophy, the Bible, and
others. But room is left for two
elective courses each semester.

Campus
Calendar
EVENTS TODAY
Young Democrats-first meeting
of the fall semester, 7:30 p.m. ABC
Rm., League.
Michigan Theatre-"Anna Ka-
renina"
State Theatre-"Adventures of
Robin Hood"

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Chapter
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Attractively priced,
discounts for
quantities.
Programs
Hundreds to choose
from, or we will sketch
a new design to your
specifications.
Favors
New and clever ideas
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line.
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Four designs and three
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Traditional
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You can get your
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