THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1949
Chairmen Must S
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Submit Fortnite Skit Titles
Fortnite skit chairmen in dorm- chairmen of each group's skit title
itories and league houses intend- has been set for Saturday noon.
ing to take part in the evening's After this time no additional
skit competition are asked to con- groups will be scheduled on the
tact committee chairman Jane program.
Stephenson, or her assistant, Joyce The skits are to be three mi-
Andrews, at 9388. utes in length and a cast of from
The deadline for notifying the 7 to 15 women, depending on the
dorm's size, according to the Fort-
nite skit chairman.
There has been no restriction as
to the playlets' themes. Original-
ity, effectiveness of presentation,
clarity and audience response will
be the qualities on which the skits
will be judged. A prize will be
awarded to the winning group.
Campus Invasion Planned;
By MARJORY REUBENE I
Adding to the already perplex-
ing date problem of male studentsI
on this campus, 280 army cadetsI
will invade the University this
Most of the West Point invaders
have arranged for their own dates
through personal contacts, but
twenty-two of them have request-
ed blind dates. Obligingly, Jo Falk,
Panhelenic president, and Mary
Jo Wilson, president of Assembly
spread the word and Michigan
coeds responded enthusiastically.,
Practically swamped with ap-
plications, the two presidents com-
pared such vital statistics as
height, weight, age and special in-
terests and emerged with a list of
hand-picked dates for the army
To insure a good time for all,
plenty of entertainment is planned
for cadets and their dates. Most
outstanding among a maze of
events is the first all-campus dance
of the year, the A/A Hop, spon-
sored by AIM and Assembly. The
"Welcome Army" dance, complete
with decorations and Bob Strong's
orchestra, will be held in the IM
Panhelenic and IFC have an-
nounced that to inject a touch of
variety into the evening, cadets,
and their dates may attend all so-
rority and fraternity parties, open
houses and other events.
The senior cadets, who are the
only students from West Point
permitted to make the trip to Ann
Arbor, will spend the weekend at
the West Quad and eat at the
Union. They will receive the
names and addresses of their dates
at lunch on Saturday and will con-
tact the women they will escort
after the Michigan-Army game.
Maps have thoughtfully been
provided to aid the West Pointers
in finding their dates' residences;
the stage is set and all is in pre-
paredness to welcome the Army.
League petitions will be due at
5 p.m. Friday in the Undergradu-
ate office of the League.
- * * *
Last tryouts for Soph Cabaret
wil be held from 3 to 5 p.m. to-f
day in the League.
Audition rooms for singing,
dancing and speaking parts will
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Coeds and their dates are look-
ing forward to a full social calen-
dar for this weekend, which will
be highlighted by the Michigan-
Army game Saturday afternoon
and a number of other events.
Pep rally-The Wolverine Club
will sponsor a pep rally at 7:30
p.m. Friday in front of the Union.
* * *
Dancing-The A/A Hop, featur-
ing the music of Bob Strong's or-
chestra, will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Saturday at the Intra-
There will be a sweater dance at
the Union after the pep rally Fri-
day and the regular Union dance
will be held Saturday.
* * *
Movies-The House of Strang-
ers, starring Edward G. Robinson
and Susan Hayward will show at
the State Theatre Friday and Sat-
The Art Cinema League and the
East Quad Council will present a
double feature bill at 8:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday in Hill Audi-
torium. The Quiet One, which
deals with the problem of juvenile
delinquency, and The Hymn of
Nations, a musical featurette star-
ring Arturo Toscanini, will be
shown. Proceeds will go to the
Fresh Air Camp fund.
* * *
Stage Show-Sugar Chile Rob-
inson, famous child pianist and
singer, and four other acts will
be featured in a stage show Sun-
day at the Michigan Theatre.
* * *
Concert-Nelson Eddy, baritone,
will present the first of the Extra
Concert Series at 7 p.m. Sunday
in Hill Auditorium.
All students interested in work-
ing as tutors this semester are
urged to sign up immediately in
the Merit-Tutorial Office in the
The office, located on the first
floor of the League in back of the
main desk, is open from 1 to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Tutors are required to have a
"B" average in the subject in
which they plan to tutor if it is
their major and an "A" otherwise.
The weekly League Bridge Tour-
nament will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League.
Of Rifle, Club
Will Be Held
A U.S. Army sergeant will be on
hand to instruct members of this
year's Rifle Club, which will hold
its organizational meeting at 5
p.m. today in the WAB.
"Experience is not necessary,"
according to Beverly Gibbs, man-
ager of the club. "Anyone who
wishes to learn to fire a rifle will
have the opportunity to be in-
Each year the club sponsors sev-
eral tournaments including a
match fired by the University of
Michigan Women's Rifle Team,
which is composed of club mem-
bers; an all-campus tournament,
in which teams from the women's
houses compete and postal
matches with other universities.
Throughout the year a record is
kept of each woman's official tar-
get scores, and on the basis of
these and her attendance at the
practices, the most outstanding
member is chosen and her name
put on the Sport's Honor Roll in
the Women's Athletic Building.
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