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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I HMSD A,'Y', SEPTEMBER 2$,

SIX THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,

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University Scholarship 1949m-50

Enrollment
Drop Helps
'U' Housing.

"LIGHT UP THE SKY":
Student Players Select
Cast for October Show.

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General Scholarship
Grade,Point Averages'

'Dental, Graduate, Law, Medical, Nursing
and Public Health students are not included.
**Each semester during which a student
was affiliated with the group has been counted
in this colunin to allow comparison of the size
of the groups.

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Student.Group 1948-49
Women's Cooperative Housing 2.88
General Sororities ...........2.64
All Women ..................2.61
Men's Cooperative Housing ...2.68
Independent Women .........2.60
Men's Residence Halls ........2.58
All Men and Women .........2.56
Independent Men ............2.56
Women's Residence Halls .. . .2.56
All Men ...... .........2.54
General Fraternities ..........2.46
Freshman Men.......... ...2.45
All Freshmen ..............2.42
Freshman Women ............2.36

'49- '50
2.82
2.67
2.62
2.62
2.60
2.60
2.57
2.57
2.56
2.55
2.50
2.45
2.42
2.37

Ch.
-.06
.03
.01
-.06
.00
.02
.01
.01
.00
.01
.04
.00
.00
.01

The
greatly

drop in enrollment has
aided the housing situa-

General Fraternities

Terms Grade-Point

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Girdle by

*Dental, Graduate, Law, Medical, Nursing
and Public Health students have not been in-
cluded in this study.
Residence Halls

395

Terms Grade-Point

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395
250

SMARTEST HOSIERY
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Rank Student Group* Counted**
1 - Palmer House .........39
2 Martha Cook Building 283
3 Adelia Cheever House .. 52
4 V. Vaughn House.....>.33. *
5 Henderson House......32
6 Betsy Barbour House ...222
7 Adams House.........360
7 Mary Markley House ... 35
9 Winchell House ........309
10 /Allen-Rumsey House ..321
11 Strauss House .........379
11 Chicago House .. . ......308
13 Williams House ........358
14 Helen Newberry Resi . . 198
15 Anderson House .......326
, MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS
16 Prescott House ........292
16 Hinsdale House ........321
18 Lloyd House ...........299
18 Hayden House .........384
18 Greene House........290
21 Cooley House ..........353
21 M. L. Hinsdale House . .243
WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS
23 Mosher Hall...........469
24 Tyler House ...........312
24 /Jordan Hall ..........457
26 Michigan House .....347
27 Stockwell Hall . .......892
28 Kleinstuck House ......195
29 Wenley House.........347
30 Fletcher Hall ...218
31 /AngellHouse .......292
32 Couzens Hall
(Excluding Nurses) ..132

Average
2.88
2.79
2.77
2.71
2.69
2.69
2.67
2.67
2.66
2.65
2.64
2.64
2.63
2.62
2.61
2.60
2.59
2.59
2.58
2.58
2.58
2.57
2.57
2.56
2.56
2.55
2.55
2.54
2.52
2.51
2.46
2.41
2.39

Rank Student Groups Ccunted**
1 Kappa Nu .............53
/ 2 Zeta Beta Tau ........170
3 Phi Kappa Sigma ..". ... 70
4 Alpha Epsilon Pi ......110
5 Phi Sigma Ielta ......146
6 Triangle .............. 60
7 Pi Lambda Phi ........119
8 Acacia...............93
9 Theta Chi...........138
10 Sigma Phi...........74
10 Kappa Sigma ..........131
12 Phi Kappa Tau ........ 83
12 Alpha Delta Phi ........112
ALL MEN .............
14 Sigma Nu ............138
15 Theta Xi............134
16 Theta Delta Chi.......96
17 Sigma Chi ............164
GENERAL FRATERNITIES
18 Sigma Alpha .Mu......165
18 Delta Upsilon ..........111
20 Trigon.... ........ 70
20 DeltaChi............117
22 Beta Theta Pi.......... 121
22 Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . 125
24 Phi Gamma Delta ......136
24 Tau Kappa Epsilon .... 37
26 Sigma Phi Epsilon .. . .145
26 Lambda Chi Alpha ... .153
28 Delta Tau Delta .......123
29 Phi Delta Theta .......142
30 Psi Upsilon............,101
31 Alpha Sigma Phi ..... .106
32 Phi Sigma Kappa .....132
32 Chi Phi... ... .....93
34 Phi Kappa Psi ......... 95
35 Alpha Tau Omega ....182
35 :;Delta Sigma Phi .......40
37 Zeta Psi ........:.:....111
38 Tau Delta Phi ...... . ... 40
39 Chi Psi ................ 96
*Dental, Graduate, Law, Medica

Average
2.80
2.69
2.66
2.65
2.64
2.62
2.61
2.60
2.59
2.57
2.57
2.56
2.56
2.55
2.55
2.53
2.52
2.51
2.50
2.49
2.49
2.48
2.48
2.47
2.47
2.56
2.46
2.45
2.45
2.43
2.42
2.41
2.40
2.39
2.39
2.38
2.37
2.27
2.34
2.27
2.26
1, Nursing

tion, University officials announc-
ed yesterday.
Relieved by the decline of post-
war enrollment, Dean of Students
Erich A. Walter expressed satis-
faction with the situation of the
unmarried students, but reiterated
his discontent over the plight of
the married veterans.
* * *
HE DECLARED that housing
facilities for married veterans are
still a difficult problem. All the
University Terrace apartments,
and the Emergency Housing Pro-
ject behind the Coliseum were
rented long ago.
Waiting lists of considerable
length are on file with the Dean
of Student's Office. Veterans on
the waiting list at Williow Run
can expect no vacancies for
about two months.
Dean Walter said that the gov-
ernment project is now housing
885 married student veterans and
their 'families, as well as 118 facul-
ty families.
CAUGHT by the lack of hous-
ing, many married students have
sought accommodations in the
outskirts of Ann Arbor. Their
hopes for rooms in the new men's
dormitory, South Quadrangle,
were deflated with the announce-
ment that the building would .not
be completed this Fall.

Castings for the Student Play-
ers' production of "Light Up the
Sky" have been announced by Burt
Sapowitch, '51, producer and pres-
ident.
Harriet Bennett, '52, and Ron
Soble, '51, will play the leads of
Irene Livingston and Sidney
Black. Carroll McCortney, '53, will
play Owen Turner, and Dale Stev-
Arts Magazine
Seeks Tryouts
Generation, the student arts
magazine, will hold an organiza-
tion and tryout meeting at 7:30
p.m. today in. the Student Publi-
cations Building.
Louis Orlin, managing editor,
urged everyone interested to at-
tend the tryout. No magazine ex-
perience will be necessary, he add-
ed.
Generation, published last year
for the first time, will include fea-
tures on drama, architecture, art,
dance, music as well as short
stories.

enson, '52, will do, the part a
Carleton Fitzgerald.
OTHERS in the cast include
George Hafford, Peter Sloan; Pat
Skinner, '52, Miss Lowell; Mirian
Levine, '53, Frances Black; Nick
Nichols, '52, Tyler Rayburn; and
Bette Ellis, grad, Stella Living-
ston.
The play, by Moss Hart, will
run Oct. 26, 27, and 28 at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Reduced
ticket rates for block seating
will be available for the Thurs-
ances. Regular rates of $1.20, 90
and 60 cents will be reduced to
$1.00, 75 and 48 cents, respec-
tively, to those buying for groups
of 10 or more. Herb Gold, phone
'8772, may be contacted for more
information on this, according
.to Sapowitch.
A major award winning play in
last year's Hopwood contest will
be given by the Student Players'
for their second production. The
play, "Hanlon Won't Go" by
Thomas Danelli,, was awarded
$500 in the drama division. It is
now in the New York offices of
the American National Theatre
Association.

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Phone 2-1003

Universityof Michigan Oratorical Association
1950-51LETR CORE

and Public Health students are not included..

*Each semester during which a
was affiliated with the group has been
in this column to allow comparison of
of the groups.
* * *

student
counted
the size

Hill Auditorium

Evenings at 8:30

General Sororities

II

2.24
Nursing

*Dental, Graduate, Law, Medical,

Terms Grade-Point

and Public Health students are not included.
**Each semester during which a student
was affiliated with the group has been counted
in this column to allow comparison of the size
of the groups.
/ Denotes more than 50 per cent of the.
residents of the house are freshmen.
Cooperative Houses
Terms Grade-Point

II

Rank Student Group* Counted**
1 Alpha Epsilon Phi ......107
2 Chi Omega ............103
3 Sigma Delta Tau.......91
4 Alpha Xi Delta .........89
5 Kappa Kappa Gamma ..104
5 Delta Delta Delta .....103
7 Alpha Chi Omega ......100
8 Delta Gamma ........103
8 Alpha Gamma Delta . . .102
GENERAL SORORITIES
10 Collegiate Sorosis ......105
ALL WOMEN .. .--... - ..
11 Alpha Omicron Pi ...... 86
12 Pi Beta Phi ............100
12 Delta Zeta........... 56
12 Gamma Phi Beta ...... 99
15 Kappa Delta .......... 88
16 Kappa Alpha Theta ....107
17 Alpha Delta Pi ........ 91
17 Alpha Phi..... ..103
17 Zeta Tau Alpha ........ 52
*Dental, Graduate, Law, Medical

Average
2.96
2.81
2.80
2.77
2.74
2.74
2.71
2.68
2.68
2.67
2.62
2.62
2.61
2.59
2.59
2.59
2.57
2.56
2.55
2.55
2.55
Nursinrg

Rank Student Group* Counted"
I Muriel Lester Cooperative
House ............... 36
2 Stevens Cooperative
House..............23
WOMEN'S COOPERATIVE
HOUSES ...........
3 John M. Nakamura Co-
operative House .....106
4 Osterweil Cooperative
House..............33
MEN'S COOPERATIVE
HOUSES ............
5 Michigan Cooperative
House ............... 70
6 Robert Owen Cooperative
House..............60

Average

Mrs. Sarah. L. Healy, acting,
Dean of Women, indicated that
most coeds had been accommo-
dated already this week.
"We anticipate that the girls
not now in permanent housing will
be absorbed in regular housing
soon," she said.
Chofal Society
Seeks Large
OperettaCast
Students who can carry a mon-
otone, pound a nail into wood, or
dance a two-step were invited by
President Gary Hicks, '51, to at-
tend the tryout meeting for the
Gilbert and Sullivan Society's
"Gondolier" production, to be held
at 7:30 p.m. today in the League.
"Six agile dancers are especial-
ly needed," Hicks continued. "They
will carry the main burden of the
dance routines, backed up by a
fifty-member chorus."
ONE OF THE largest principal
casts of the whole Gilbert and
Sullivan repertoire is required for
this Venitian production. Eleven
singing principals and two mutes
make up the headlining cast. Try-
outs for these roles will begin im-
mediately, according to Hicks, and
prospective soloists may sign up at
tonight's meeting.
Stage manager Lewis Paher
also requested students interest-
ed in the production side of the
operation to come to the meet-
14g.
"We've got lots of work to do
to build a set'that looks like Ven-
ice," he said, "and we'll need a lot
of people to build authentic can-
als and castles."
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2.95
2.84
2.82
2.66
2.64
2.62
2.59
2.58

and Public Health students are not included.
**Each semester during which a student
was affiliated with the group has been counted
in this column to allow comparison of the size
of the groups.

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FORMER CHAIRMAN
ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION
SCHEDULE OF ATTRACTIONS
Oct. 18 DAVID E. LILIENTHAL
"Atomic Energy for Peace"
Nov. 1 CHARLES LAUGHTON
An Evening With Charles Laughton
Nov. 7 LOWELL THOMAS, JR.
"Out of This World; A Journey to Lhasa"
Color Motion Pictures
Nov. 29 WILLIAM LAURENCE
"The Truth About the Hydrogen Bomb"
Jan. 16 BENNETT CERF
"Changing Styles in American Humor"
Mar. 7 JOHN MASON BROWN
"Seeing More Things"
Mar. 15 JULIEN BRYAN
"England in a Changing World"
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