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THE MICHIGAN f DkILY,,
. Mcnday ebrwary 13, 1950
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Party, party, party-a new semester begins and that means a new
xound of parties.
To keep you staggering in a straight line, this handy guide will
tell you what's where and how to stay away.
BEGINNING THE SEMESTER with a bang, those social beavers,
the Phi Beta Kappas, will entertain*Wyverns behind the stacks of the
Library. Favors will, be miniature editions of the "Reader's Guide,"
and refreshments will consist of punch drawn from the Library's
tountains. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, led by Chuckie Manche,
.will supply music for the gala shin-dig.
KAPPA ALPHA TAU and Delta Omega Gamma think. they will
have a formal dinner Saturday night-if they survive the current dis-
sention in their ranks. The CAT's and DOG's can't agree on a menu-
-lue-trout'or rare T-bone steaks.
BLUEBERRY HOUSE, having acquired two new freshmen co-eds,
will introduce it's newcomers to campus at the annual mid-year open
house. All Michigan men (and any other you can find) who are be-
tween the ages of 21 and 25, single, eligible, and susceptible, are in-
MUSCLES AND TUSSEL9 will keynote the formal planned by
Rho Dammit Rho, local athletic fraternity. The party will be held at
their newly acquired house, formerly Jake's Rent-A-Boat Emporium.
TAPPA KEG, whose social season begins six weeks after the an-
nual appearance of the ground hog, will concentrate its activities in
a near-by wooded area. BYOB rules will prevail.
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COMES SPRING, and a young man's fancy turns, so Southwest
Quad, not to be outdone by the galavantings of other groups, are
sharpening up for a rousing Canasta Carnival. Invitations are being
ent to all resident advisers.
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VARYING ITS long-established traditions, IFC will hold a Wash-
:ngton's Birthday Party as well as a Christmas Party this year. Hon-
ored guests will be all under-privileged campus cops, and hatchet fa-
vors will be given out to all of the hosts.
BUT THE PLANS for special functions have not penetrated one
"Our program for the coming semester will remain identical to our
program for the last semester, which was identical to our program for
the semester before that," Hi Miller, social chairman of Theta Gam-
mna Iota Phi declared as he set his bottle down. "Other groups-come
and go, but TGIF lives forever," he hicked.
BIGGEST--event of the weeks social season will be the play-off
game between the Union and League Chess teams.
ONE-ACT BY SARTRE:
Inter-Arts Union Plans Trip
To Hell via 'Closed Session'
StudentPlayers To Present I
>duction of 'Golden Boy'
INVITING--This picture of In-
grid Bergmann was voted the'
"most provocative still picture
of 1946." Miss Bergman is now
in Rome after appearing in a
picture entitled "Stromboli."
Will HigI' light
Spring clothes will take the
spotlight at the forthcoming
"Heart of Fashions" show at 7:30j
p.m. Tuesday in the League ball-
The show will be sponsored by
three local merchants, and will be
aimed at introducing freshmen toI
the campus stores. Miss Kather-
ine Wersen will be in charge of
MODELS WILL all be coeds,
both independent and affiliated.
They will show clothes suitable
for campus and date wear.
A strictly professional atmos-
phere will pervade, according to
As an additional attraction,
door prizes will be awarded the
holders of the lucky tickets.
The semester will open with a
session in Hell.
This trip to the nether regions
is being arranged by Inter-Arts
Union. The vehicle transporting
the passengers will be "Closed Ses-
Killing a lizard, even as an act
of mercy, is a serious business.
But when Gertrude Mulhollan,
a Mosher counsellor, cut a lizard
to pieces and sent her back to
her owner on a card, the women of
Mosher were aroused.
* * *
MISS MULHOLLAN was indict-
ed and placed on trial.
Defense Attorney Lois L. Du
Frain clamied that the defendant
had killed "Gloria" to end her
feverish convulsions, after Miss
Mulhollan had found the lizard,
along with several other small
animals and fish, in her room.
But Miss Du Frain was no
match for Prosecuting Attorney
Jane Shaw, who convinced the
jury that "Gloria" had been
"wilfully and maliciously" mur-
dered and mutilated.
Judge Helene Lazarus, stately
and dignified in her fleecy mop,
announced the sentence: "20 years
of hard labor in the Mosher re-
* * *
PRODDED BY THE defense at-
torney, she commuted the sen-
tence to "one week of standing
in line for cafeteria meals."
The decision was just, Miss Mul-
And she looked remorsefully at
the pieces of green rubber on the
four by six card.
sion," a one-act play by Jean-Paul
Sartre which takes place in Hell.
PARTIES WILL leave for the
Plutonian realms at 8 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday at the Uni-
versity High School Auditorium
depot. One-way tickets will be on
sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. next
week in the Administration Build-
"Closed Session," has been
translated especially for this
production by Marvin Felheim
of the English department. Des-
pite the fact that two English
versions of the play are already
available, Felheim felt the need
for a more accurate translation,
as there has been much discus-
sion in this country of transla-
tions of Sartre's plays.
First produced in occupied Par-
is, "Closed Session" has since ap-
peared on Broadway. Sartre, lead-
er of the existentialist movement
in post-war French philosophy, is
also the author of "The Respect-
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IN HIS ONE-ACT play about
Hell, Sartre interprets the tor-
turers of the damned and express-
es them through three "unusual"
characters; Estelle, a nympho-
maniac; Inez, a lesbian; and Gar-
cin, a coward.
Joyce Edgar will appear as
Estelle, Len Rosenson as Garcin
and Bette Ellis as Inez. The
fourth role of the Bell Boy will
be played By Charles Olsen.
The play is directed by Strowan
Robertson. Mickey Sager is the
assistant director and Ed Troupin
the production head. The set was
designed by Herman Baker.
ANOTHER PLAY is being pre-
pared for presentation with "Clos-
ed Session," but permission for its
production is still pending.
By ROMA LIPSKY
As proof that the campus social
season does not end with J-Hop,
the Student Players will present
Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy" at
8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at
"There is a mistaken idea float-
ing across the diag that nobody
does anything for a month fol-
lcwing J-Hop," Bert Sapowitch,
But the Student Players' pro-
duction will change that, he pro-
THE PLAY is the story of Joe
Bcnaparte, a violinist who gives
up music to become a boxer.
Joe will be played by Ron So-
bel, who, besides acting experi-
ence in "Murder in the Cathe-
dral" and Play Production One-
Acts, was novice middleweight
ehampion in the Chicago Gold-
cn Gloves tournament in 1945,
and boxed his way to fame as
:middleweight champion of the
Armed Services in Japan in 1947.
Last year, Sobel was light
heavyweight , champion of the
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THE PLAY, which has been in
steady rehearsal since Jan. 3, is
being directed by Mrs. Marie Mil-
ler, who has been doing radio and
television direction in the Detroit
area. Mrs. Miller has directed the
Ann Arbor Civic. Players and has
TWIN THESPIANS-Mrs. Marie Miller, director of the Student
Player's production of "Golden Boy," has been seeing double
during rehearsals. The reasons for this, displayed in the palms
of her hands, are Harvey (left) and Fred Stuart, twins who are
both members of the cast.
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bath acted and directed profes-
Following the production of
"Golden Boy", Mrs. Miller will
direct "Hamlet" at the Univer-
:ity of Washington Penthouse
The cast remained in Ann Ar-
bcr during intersession, with re-
hearsals almost every day of that
THE PART OF FUSELLI, a
gangster and Bonaparte's mana-
ger, will be played by Harvey Stu-
art, who appeared last semester
as Mercutio in "Romeo and Jul-
iet." His twin brother, Fred Stuart
will play Siggy, Bonaparte's bro-
This will be the first time the
twins have appeared in the
same play, and as far as the
Student Players are able to dis-
cover, it is the first time twins
have played together in Ann Ar-
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freshfrom our favorite magaines
.newsy in detail and price
. designed to catch compliments
You'll be delighted with our garden
fresh collection of suits, toppers, dresses,
sportswear, formals and lingerie.
So, to look your prettiest, come in .
and make your selection today.
Be sure ,o see our Spring Fashion Showing in
"THE HEART OF FASHIONS"
Feb. 14 League Ballroom 7:30 P.M.
But. despite their identical ap-
pearances, the make-up crew has
guaranteed that the audience willj
have no trouble in keeping theirt
roles identified separately.
Tickets for the play will be on
sale from 1 to 4:30 p.m. today and
temorrow at the Administration
Building, and from 1 to 5 p.m.j
Wednesday to Friday in the lobbies
of the League and Union.
A limitednumber of permits for
students to own and operate
steam rollers will soon be issued,
according to Thomas T. Thomas
of the University Administration.
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