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ti MX' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Glee Club To Give Face
Lifting to 'Clementine'

Americans have been singing
"Oh, My Darlin' Clementine" since
the gold rush days, but the Uni-
versity Men's Glee Club has de-
vised variations on the popular
tuns which would amaze even the
prospecpors who orignated it.
As one of the highlights of the
concert, to be given at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Hill Auditorium, the
Glee Club will sing "Clementine"
to waltz, jazz, and dirge tempos,
and spice the selection with Ger-
man and French dialects.
WITH A PROGRAM varying
from Bach "in one of his lighter
moods" to "Slow Boat to China,"
'-1 inicluding a medley of favorite
Michigan songs, 43 male voices will
ring out for the group's ninety-
first annual concert.
Under the direction of Prof.
Philip A. Duey, the group has
given concerts from Portland,
Me. to Portland, Ore. In the last
year.

This spring, their voices rang out
in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and
cities all over Michigan.
. * * *
PROMINATELY featured at all
concerts are the club's three quar-
tets: "The Midnight Sons," in-
ciudes Roland H. McLaughlin, first
tenor; Roger E. DeMeritt, second
tenor; Jack A. Jensen, baritone;
and Jack Rose, Bass.
Virtuosos in "The Key Chang-
ers" are: Philip Steding, first
tenor; C. Wayne Wright, first
ond tenor; and Robert A. Elson,
baritone.
Singing with "The Novelaries"
are: C. Wayne Wright, first tenor;
Harold E. Harrington, second
tenor; Edward Pfluke, baritone,
and Donald Ross, iass.
Arthur J. Snook is the accom-
panist.
"The concert will be free, which
means no charge," Philip Morris,
president, declared.

Collection
For Senior
Dues Starts
The final drive for the collection
of senior class dues will be
launched tomorrow for students of
architecture, forestry, literary and
music schools.
Dues may be paid through Fri-
day at one of the three booths on
the Diag, between the chemistry
building and the medical building,
and at the engineering arch.
The two-dollar dues will entitle
students to discounts on caps and
-mfnl and te Sr-nior B1,1l ticknts.
Also included will be an invitation
to the Senior picnic to be held the
week before graduation. For senior
women who have already bought
their caps and gowns, dues will be
$1.50.
Money collected from the dues
will be used for the Class of '49
Memorial. Part of it will go to the
reunion fund.
When paying dues, interested
seniors may sign up for the senior
cruise, the weekend before gradu-
ation.

-Daily-Wally Barthe
THEATRE-IN-THE-ROUND-Left to right, Lucille Waldorf,
James Lynch and Shirley Loeblich rehearse a scene from "The
Winslow Boy," to be presented at 8 p.m. today and tomorrow at
the Women's Athletic Building. This will be the first production
of "arena theatre in Michigan." To preserve the intimate nature
of circle theatre there will be a limited audience of 170 persons
both nights.
DAPHNEPHORIC:
Poets, Lilies, Lovesick Maidens
Brig 'Patience' to the Stage

Deny Bias..
(ContinuOd from Page 1)
Negro women who do not re-
quest a particular roommate are
either assigned single rooms or
with other Negro coeds, the
Dean's office said.
The photograph requested of
each applicant is "of great use
in helping members of the office
recall women whom they might
not be able to remember by name
alone."
S* * *
IT HAS ALSO PROVED valu-
able in emergency situations, ac-
cording to the Dean's Office.
The application blank for
residence in a League House
contains no questions of race or
religion but does require that a
photograph be submitted.
"Application blanks cannot be
acted upon unless a picture is on
file in the Office of the Dean of
Women," according to the form.
HOWEVER, although pictures
are left off the form many times,
such applications are acted upon,
the Dean's Office said.
In regard to League Houses,
the Office of the Dean of Wom-
en said that only houses which
have agreed not to refuse any
applicant because of her race or
religion are listed for referrals
by the office.
Any house which was found to
be practicing discrimination would
have its approvalsrevoked unless
it agreed to desist from further
discrimination, the Dean's Office
said.
(MY OWN investigation dis-
closed that only a handful of
League Houses will accept Negro
women.)
. Enthusiastic approval of het-
erogeneous League Houses in
which women of all races and
religions live together was ex-
pressed by the Dean's Office.
There is one all-Negro house,
but its house director has indi-
cated willingness to take women
of any race or religion. Up to now
no white women have applied for
admission to the house.
Wednesday:hMartha Cook and
the Lawyers' Club.
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Let's get in the Swing!
MOON AN D STARS . . . SWEET MUSIC
LET'S GO to the
TENNISA
This Friday Night at Palmer Field
Tickets $1.25 per Couple CHARLIE MANNING
and his Michiganaires

Daphnephoric bounders, gilded
lillies, lovesick maidens, disgrun-
tled poets, and a company of dash-
ing military men will invade Ann
Arbor this week as "Patience"
Campus
Calendar
EVENTS TODAY
WUOM Series-Panel discussion
by students and faculty on mod-
ern art, 3:30 p.m.
"Legacy," an original drama by
Al Slote, 5 p.m.
Meeting-organization of cam-
pus UNESCO, 7 p.m., Rm., 2436
Education building.
American Youth Hostel--organ-
izational meeting to form a cam-
pus chapter, 7 p.m., League.

opens Thursday at Pattengill Au-
ditorium for a three-night stand.
This motley collection of char -
acters were created by the Victo-
rian masters of musical satire, Sir
William Gilbert and Sir Arthur
Sullivan, who penned "Patience"
as a mild attack on the school of
aesthetic poets led by Oscar Wilde
and Algernon Charles Swinburne.
* * *
EXCHANGING, poetical blows
during the operetta, poets Archi-
bald Grosvenor and Reginald Bun-
thorne vie for the affections of the
twenty lovesick maidens who have
learned to dance the daphnephoric
bound to express their aesthetic
longings.
The dashing military men ar-
rive on the scene to rescue the
nonsense, singing as their war
nonesence, singing as their war
cry the song "Now is not this
preposterous."
"Patience" is being presented by
the University Gilbert and Sulli-
van Society as the fourth in the se-
ries of Gilbert and Sullivan oper-
ettas which the group plans to
bring to the campus.
Tickets are on sale daily in the
Administration Building, and,
weather permitting, along-side the
huge lily which decorates the cen-
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