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October 06, 1949 - Image 7

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SETTING FOR the first act is
the English seacoast at Penzance,
which is located in Cornwall. Ac-
cording to geographical experts,
Penzance has been known as the
Atlantic City of the Cornwall
coast.
A ruined Gothic cathedral
which looms dimly in the dank
fog of an ancient English ceme-
tery will grace the stage of
Pattengill Auditorium during
the second act of "Pirates."
Strength will undoubtedly have
to be the main factor in the sec-
ond act, set for the show's climax
features a bang-up brawl between
the buccaneers and a bunch of
British bobbies.
A British major-general also
wanders into the fray, bringing
with him his three real daughters
and his 30 adopted ones. Besides
confusing the issue of the battle,
the fair Ladies contribute a mass
love interest to the show's plot.
Polonia Club
ElectionHeld
Laura Kawecki, '52, was elected
t president of the Polonia Club at
a meeting Tuesday night.
Other officers elected were:
Ted Miller, '50E, vice-president;
Bonnie Polcyn, '50, treasurer;
Florence Bedul, recording secre-
tary and Norbert Podgorski, '50,
social secretary. Chester Mayslicki
of the economics department, was
elected sponsor.
The Polonia Club consists most-
ly of students of Polish descent.
Any student interested in social
activities and Polish culture, how-
ever, may join.
Meetings are held at 7:30 p. m.
every Tuesday at the Internation-
al Center.

-Daily-Wally Barth
GIRLS OF BETSY BARBOUR practice football plays on the front lawn for their "big game with
Newberry. As yet, no definite date has been set for the contest, which was inaugurated last year and
has since become a permanent annual affair. This year the rivalry has been increased by the
addition of a trophy-a two-inch replica of Michigan's "Little Brown Jug." The Newberry team
will be trying for its second consecutive victory, but Barbour fans are counting on strategy plus a
large team turnout to halt their opponents and collect the prize. The coaches teaching the Bar-
bourites the intricacies of the end-around-end and quarterback-sneak are Jack Hayes and Jim
Tartar. Eleanor Doersam is the girls' captain.
SAW 1891 INAUGURATION:
Professor To Gre et Stanford Head

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PALO ALTO, Cal.-A former
University professor nearing his
80th year will see a new president
of Stanford University inaugurat-
ed tomorrow. 58 years after he at-
tended a simple ceremony when
David Starr Jordan was made its
first head.
Bradley Moore Davis, a member
of the botany department for 23
years, will present the University's
greetings to John E. W. Saerling,
to become Stanford's fifth ,presi-
dent.
BusAd Petitions
The Business Administration
Council has announced that peti-
tioning has begun for senior' offi-
cers.
Petitions for the offices of presi-
dent and secretary-treasurer can
be obtained at 150 Business Ad-
ministration Building. There are
six additional vacancies on the
council.

PROF. DAVIS, as a student, fol-
lowed Prof. Jordan, in 1891, from
Indiana University to Stanford'
and was among some 30 students
present at the inauguration. A
year later, Prof. Davis was award-
ed his diploma in Stanford's first
graduating class.
After doing graduate work at
Harvard, where he received a
Doctor of Philosophy degree in
1895, Prof. Davis taught at sev-
eral universities. He came to
the University in 1919.
His research on the evening

primrose gained him a reputation
nationally known in botanical cir-
cles throughout the country.
Prof. and Mrs. Davis now reside
in Portland, Ore.
Call NSA Travelers
All students who traveled abroad
last summer and who were unable
to attend the NSA travelers' meet-
ing Tuesday may contact Dorianne
Zipperstein at Newberry Hall by
postcard or phone before the end
of the week.

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