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WEDNESDAY, MARCHT 9, 1950

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and a legion of strong men stu-
dents to help with booth con-
struction, ticket-taking, parade
and decoration work.
"The stronger, the better," Miss
Olivier said, recalling the crowd
of 18,000 which milled through
Yost Field House in 1948, when
the carnival was last held.
"Most of the work will be done
before the carnival," Peterson
said. "But we'll have to organize
the work during the two evening
performances, April 21 and 22,
and the matinee on the 22, into
shifts, so all the central commit-
tee workers can be free to take
in the shows themselves."
Representatives from all cam-
pus groups excepting dormitories
who wish, to enter floats in the
Michigras parade are asked by
the central committee to meet at
4:15 p.m. today in Rm. 3B of the
Union. Rose Bowl parade movies
will be shown.

Independent
Women Seek
RuleChange
Assembly Plans
Election Revision
Independent women's house
presidents will sound out the feel-
ings of their residents this week
on two alternate proposals for re-
vising the Assembly constitution.
Following the lead of the Lea-
gue, Assembly, the independent
women's organization, is planning
an ovei'hauling of its electoral
procedure.
The two suggested proposals
are:
1. Direct election of top As-
sembly officers, elections to take
place at house meetings conduct-
ed by the house president with
information about the candidates
read first, and as many people as
possible meeting and talking to
candidates.
2. All Assembly officers elected
by the independent members of
the Board of Representatives
which, under the new League con-
stitution, will elect League offi-
cers.
Drafting of the Assembly con-
stitution will begin as soon as
house presidents can determine
the sentiment of their houses on
the two alternative election meth-

Band To Play
Under Baton
Of Top Men
An impressive parade of. 28 top
band directors will wield their ba-
tons at two Symphonic Band con-
certs at 8 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day at Hill 'Auditorium.
The concerts highlight a four-
day program of the American
Bandmasters Association conven-
tion which begins here tomorrow.
Percy Grainger, noted pianist
and composer and Dr. Edwin
Franko Goldman, known to mil-
lions as the director of the Gold-
man Band will be among the con-
certs' guest conductors.
The University Choir, Directed
by Prof. Maynard Klein, will be
featured onaboth programs.
Seven directors of well known
college and university bands and
three who gained fame with mili-
tary bands are included in the 15
conductors for Friday's concert.
Band music by Sousa, Goldman,
Tchaikowsky, Fillmore, Berlioz and
Grainger and many others are
scheduled for the concerts.
Panel discussions and business
sessions are on the calendar for
much of the four day program.
William D. Revelli, conductor of
University bands, and member of
the association, is in charge of
convention arrangements.
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The Theosophical Society in Ann Arbor
presents
MR. JOSEPH N. HADJISKY
former student of the University
who will give a public lecture entitled
"THEOSOPHY and SCIENCE"

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Today, Wednesday, March 8

Michigan League, 8 P.M.

Public is cordially invited.

-Daily-Carlyle Marshall
LOVERS REUNITED-A happy ending finds Guglielmo (Dale
Thompson), left, and Ferrando (Jacque Norman) in the arms of
their beloved Fiordiligi (Rose Marie Jun) and Dorabella (Joan
Zapf) in tonight's opening performance of Mozart's comic opera,
"Cosi Fan Tutte."
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Today at Lydia Mendelssohn

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CED To Meet
With Doctor

A committee-at-large of the
Committee to End Discrimination
will meet with Dr. Wayne L. Whit-
aker, secretary of the medical
school today to discuss the remov-
al of discriminatory questions from
medical school application blanks,
Chuck Bisdee, chairman of the
group, announced.
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The fate of two charming and
foolish ladies who have sworn fi-
delity to their departing lovers
will be displayed when Mozart's
comic opera "Cosi Fan Tutte"
opens at 8 p.m. today in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Demand fortickets has been so
great that a fifth performance, a
matinee scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ]
Saturday, has been added.1
TICKETS FOR this showing, as
well as those which -remain for
the evening performances, may be
obtained at the Lydia Mendels-
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telephoning 6300, according to
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DOUBLE CASTS have been
picked for the production, which
will be completely sung and act-
ed in English. The two casts will
handle alternate performances.
Performing tonight will be
Norma Heyde, Grad., soprano,
as Fiordiligi; Elsie Bell, '50, so-
prano, as Dorabella; Carol Neil-
son, '50, soprano, as Despina;
Volpone To Be
Showe rHere
Theatre Guile! Plan
Announced by Stuar
Ben Jonson's "Volpone" will be
presented by the Theatre Guild on
May 5 and 6 at Pattengill Auditor-
ium, it was announced yesterday
by Harvey Stuart, '50, newly elect-
ed president of the group.
The technical crew and busi-
ness staff of the production wil
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Temporary Classroom Building.
Persons interested in these aspects
of the production may attend.
Casting auditions will be held
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow and Friday
in the same place.,
Len Rosenson, seen this sea-
son in "Murder in the Cathe-
dral," "Orphee," and "Cloed
Session," will direct the lusty
sixteenth century comedy. Ro-
senson tourcd Europe with the
play while head of a Special
Services group in 1946.
"Volpone is a robust satire by
one of Shakespeare's leading riv-
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will prove of exceptional in tcrs,
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same time in keeping with the
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Jack Wilcox, Grad., pass, as
Guglielmo; Reid Shelton, Grad.,
tenor, as Ferrando; and Robert
Elson, '50, baritone, as Don Al-
fonso.
Overall direction of the pro-
duction has been handled by Prof.
Valentine Windt of the speech de-
partment, while the musical direc-
tion has been supervised by Prof.
Wayne Dunlap of the School of
Music.
The set designing was under the
guidance of George Crepeau,
Grad., while Barbara Hamel,
Grad., supervised the costuming.

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