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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAST ANNOUNCED:
Roles in Floorshow Revealed,
For Soph Cabaret Production,

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Parts for the floorshow of Soph
Cabaret have been announced by
the 1952 Central Committee.
Singing parts as first sopranos
have been assigned to Beverly
Myas, Marion Allen, Jo Elliott,
Eda Eiss, Carol Niemeyer, Phyllis
* Gundrum, Barbara Green, Maury
Clark, Phyllis Stempel and Lillian
Johnson.
'Second sopranos are Pat Smith,
Marilyn Johnson, Joan Nelson,
Mary Lu Gallagher, Mary Moore,
Alice Richmond, Phyl Sep ut,
Maree Burke, Barbara Riggs and
Charlotte Matthews.
* * *
DANCING IN THE ballet will be
Joyce Golobi, Sally Hectman, Ann
Cleary, B. J. Stewart, Alice Lowe,
Rosemary Clifton, Carol Briggs
and Anita Keeler.
Those taking part in the tap
dancing include Elaine Madden,
Lois Woita, Jo Ann Kettlehut,
Alice Huston, Mary Keegan,
Louise Leonard, Ginny Robin-
son, Joan Kerr, Mona Pick,
Mary Scott, Jan Serholz, Shir-
ley Newfield, Ethel Cada; Cor-
inne Bacon, Barb Trycton,
Bridge
The Union bridge tourna-
ment will be held at 7:34 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union Terrace
Room.
It will be the first Union
master point game.

Peggy Sotis, Dorothy Bloom-
quist, Peg Blackford and Natalie
Spieker.
Those holding speaking parts
will be announced at a later date.
*, * *
A MASS MEETING will be held
at 5 p.m. today in the main ball-
room of the League for all girls
interested in working on one of the
various committees composing the
m.echanics of Soph Cabaret.
Positions will be open on all
committees, and anyone posses-
sing an eligibility card may sign
up for these posts.
Ambitious women are needed on
the costumes, ushering, stage
management, make up and deco-
rations committees as well as
women for hostesses, refresh-
ments special booths, program,
publicity, poster, stunt and tickets.
*, * *
AT THE MEETING this after-
noon, the committee chairmen will
be introduced, and the forthcom-
ing work outlined. Coeds will then
be able to sign up for the job of
their choice.
Originally based on a "Bungling
Brothers Circus" theme, the cab-
aret has since been based on music
boxes, Christmas and trips to
Greenwich Village and last year's
land of the mythical gods. This
year's theme is being kept a secret
for the present.
The 1949 Soph Cabaret will be
presented Dec. 9 and 10.

Village Plans
Fall Schedule
Nursery, Classes
To BeOrganized
Siamese entertainment will
highlight the Village Wives' Club
meeting this evening.
Four Siamese Girls, Maenmas
Leelahuta, Kelong Pabhavasit,
Somchit Bhoapichitr and Nert-
chaleo Lanhatirananda, are com-
ing from the International Center
to present a program of their na-
tive music and dances. They will
also have a short discussion on life
in Siam.
After the meeting refreshments
will be served.
* * *
A FOOTBALL NURSERY is the
latest project undertaken by the
Village Wives' Club.
Under the direction of Mrs.
,oan Lewis, it will be open from
noon to five thirty on football
Saturdays for those students
who have children, and want to
attend the games.
There will be a charge of one
dollar and a half for the after-
noon, and any food which a child
will need must be brought by the
parents. The child must also have
his name and address and his par-
ents' name attached to his cloth-
ing.
THE CERAMICS Workshop was
organized last Thursday night at
the University Community Cen-
ter.
Elections were held, and the
following officers were appoint-
ed: Mrs. Charles W. Quillen,
president; Mrs. Russell Kull-
berg, secretary; Mrs. E. W.
Miles, treasurer, Mrs. Arch
Sharer, purchasing agent; Mrs.
Melbourne Blatchley, firing
chairman and Mrs. A. J. Krone-
meyer, clay chairman.
The class which will meet in two
groups, at 8 p.m. on Wednesday
and Thursday, is being initiated
for those who are interested in
clay and pottery work.
Miss Cynthia Finn, a student in
the School of Architecture and
Design, will instruct the class.
WATER-COLOR and textile
painting enthusiasts have also or-
ganized a club.
Under the direction of Mr.
Kingsley Calkins, this class will
meet Thursday evenings at the
University Center.
Tennis Club
Members Plan
Meeting Times
Members of the Tennis Club
have decided upon the meeting
times for the three sections of the
club.
Beginners will meet at 5 p.m.
Tuesday, intermediates at 5 p.m.
Wednesday and advanced players
at 5 p.m. Thursday.

Engagement Announced

Ushers, Aids
Are Needed
League Will Hold
VolunteerMeeting
Prospective movie ushers and
volunteer hospital workers are in-
vited to attend a mass meeting at
5 p.m. tomorrow in the League. *
Mary Davidson, chairman of the
Personnel Committee, announces
that anyone interested may sign
up to usher for the first Art Cm-
ema League movie "Les Misera-
bles" to be given Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday nights of this
week.
Those attending the meeting
will be contacted for future vol-
unteer work under the Personal
Committee which includes play
and movie ushering, hospital work,
book exchange, election and Tag
Day workers.
If anyone interested is not able
to attend the meeting tomorrow,
they are requested to sign a list
to be posted in the undergraduate
office of the League and they will
be contacted.
The junior assistants under
chairman, Mary Davidson, are
Joan Broomfield, Yvonne Johnson
and Joy Williams.
Anyone who wishes additional
information about the Personnel
Committee or the meeting may
contact any of the above commit-
tee members.
YWCA Asks
Aid of Coeds

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Angell Hall, 7:30 p.m. All interest-
ed undergraduates, including
freshmen, are invited to enroll. If
you cannot attend, see R. Nadeau
(4001 A.H.) or Edd Miller (3208
A.H.) at your earliest convenience.
U. of M. Math Club: 8 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Bldg.
Prof. George E. Hay will speak
on "Two Dimensional Problems in
Elasticity."
UWF: Meeting, Union, 4 p.m.
Election of delegates to national
convention.
Student Player's Production of
Golden Boy: Final casting, 7:30
p.m., League. All are welcome.
SRA Square Dance group meet
at Lane Hall, 7:30 p.m.
Coming Eventsi
Pre-Med Society: Dr. Wayne L.
Whittaker, Secretary U. of M.
Medical School, will speak on
Medical School Admissions and
Opportunities in Medicine. Wed.,
Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., 1400 New Chem-
istry Bldg. Non-members invited.
Graduate Student Council meet
at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 12, West Lecture
Room, Rackham Bldg.
Coed Folk and Square Dance
Club meet at 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
W.A.B. Everyone invited.
Chi Epsilon: Meeting, Wed., Oct.
Coeds Gather
For Meeting
All women interested in work-
ing on the Merit-Tutorial commit-
tee of the League are invited to
attend a mass meeting to be held
at 4:45 p.m. tomorrow in the Hussy
Room of the League.
At this time, members may sign
up for their preference of time
and day on which to work, since
each girl on the merit side of the
committee must pu't in at least one
or two hours a week in the after-
noons. This work consists of re-
cording the points and reports of
women taking part in campus ac-
tivities.

12, 7:30 p.m., Sanitary Engineer-
I ing Lab., W. Engineering Bldg.
Ullr Ski Club: Social meeting,
Wed., Oct. 12; 7:30 p.m., Union.
Pi Sigma Alpha, National Politi-
cal Science Honor Fraternity. U
of M Chapter: First meeting, Wed.,
7:30 p.m., East Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg. Faculty, graduate
and undergraduate members are
urged to attend.
Phi Iota Alpha presents an Ex-
posicion Del Libro Hispano-ameri-
cano in commemoration of the dis-
covery of America. Each evening
there will be colloquies on literary
subjects by members of the facul-
ty and doctoral students from 7:30
to 9:00, Wed., Oct. 12 through Sat.,
Oct. 15. The exhibit will be open
daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., West Gal-
lery, Rackham Bldg.
U. of M. Sailing Club: Meeting,
Wed., Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., 311 W.
Engineering Bldg.
Canterbury Club: Holy Com-
munion followed by Student
Breakfast, Wed., 7:15 a.m.
Complete chorus and cast re-
hearsal of Tug Weeks 'Soph Sa-
tire:"
Wed., Oct. 12; 4-6 p.m., ABC
Room, League.
Wed., Oct. 12; 7. p.m., ABC
Room, League.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: 12:15
p.m., Wed., Oct. 12. Meeting to dis-
cuss plans for this semester's ac-
tivities. All members are asked to
attend. 3054 Natural Science.
Delta' Sigma Pi, Professional
business administration fraterni-
ty: Business meeting, Wed., Oct.
12, 7:30 p.m., 1212 Hill
U. of M. Theatre Guild will hold
tryouts for Shakespeare's Romeo
and Juliet, 8 p.m., Wed., Oct. 12,
League.
Women of the University Fac-
ulty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., Wed., Oct.
12. 4th floor clubroom, League.
Club Europa: Election meeting,
Wed., Oct. 12, 8 p.m., International
Center.
U. of M. Rifle Club: firing, prac-
tice and instruction, 7-9 p.m.,
Wed., Oct. 12, ROTC rifle range.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

11

PATRICIA VANDER VELDE

Couple Reveal Wedding Plans

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Mrs. A. W. Vander Veldeof
Royal Oak, Michigan, has an-
nounced the engagement of her
daughter Patricia Louise to War-r
ren F. Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs.T
Fred Benson of Detroit.t
Miss Vander Velde, who is a
member of the Choral Union,
graduated from the literary collegei

in June 1948, and Benson, who
graduated in June 1949, is now
working on his master's degree in
music. He if affiliated with Phi
Mu Alpha, an honorary music fra-
ternity.
The wedding is scheduled for 11
a.m., Nov. 19, at the First Method-
ist Church in Ann Arbor.

For

Y-Teens

eif4d'cn J9 nqagementj
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Ba rrett-Ludlow
Mr. and Mrs. John Aiton Barrett
of Newberry have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Pa-
tricia Jane, to Lt. John Duer Lud-
low, son of Mrs. William Purmort
and the late Archie C. Ludlow.
Miss Barrett is a graduate of
Stephens College and the Univer-
sity of Michigan. She was presi-
dent of the 1946 class of the liter-
ary college. Lt. Ludlow is a gradu-
ate of West Point Military Acam-
emy-
The wedding is planned for May
3, in the Methodist Church in
Newberry.
Sawyer-Deane
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sawyer of
Wyandotte have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Barbara, to Richard Deane, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Deane of
Flint.
Miss Sawyer, a member of Al-
pha Gamma Delta, is a senior in
the literary college. Deane, who
graduated in June 1949 with a
masters degree in business ad-
ministration, is affiliated with
Acacia.
* * *
Eichen laub-Love
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Eichenlaub of

Dearborn have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ell
Rose, to William Love, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William C. Love.
Miss Eichenlaub, a senior in the
School of Education, is a member
of Alpha Gamma Delta. Love, who
is affiliated wtih Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, is in his first year of den-
tistry school.
Although no definite plans have
been made for the wedding, it will
take place some.time next sum-
mer.,

YWCA is asking for the aid of
coeds who are interested in or
have had experience working with
teen-age groups to volunteer their
aid to Y-Teens in Ann Arbor.
Y-Teens are the junior members
of the YWCA. They plan their
programs with special emphasis on
personal relationships, social
problems, health, work, religion,
the arts and recreation.
The groups meet once every
week or every other week, and ad-
visers can expect to spend from
three to four hours a week in group
work.
For those coeds who feel that
they do not have enough time or
skill tb undertake the leadership
of a group, there is also a need for
program specialists to help out oc-
casionally planning dramatic skits,
social and folk dancing, singing,
musical accompaniment and out-
ings.
If interested, coeds may call
Earlene Wight, Teen-Age Program
Director, at the YWCA (2-2581).

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Members must come to Palmer
Field dressed for play with their
racquets and balls.
Both intermediates and ad-
vanced members have the oppor-
tunity to play in a mixed tourna-
ment this season if they wish.
..Nancy Sommers, club manager,
announces that the first round of
the tournament must be played off
by Thursday of this week. The op-
ponents names will be listed on
the WAB bulletin board.

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