T H E MICfIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 11, 195t
New Play Opens
The Interfraternity Council can
take positive steps toward encour-
aging scholarship in houses with
consistently poor academic rec-
ords, Bob Vogt, '51, former IFC
president, declared yesterday.
He suggested that the IFC
could write letters to alumni of
fraternities which fell below 2.4.
"The alumni groups can then put
the pressure on . the individual
houses," he said.
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A SURVEY has shown that fra-
ternity men tend to respect direct
pressure from the alums more
than from the IFC, he explained.
"However, I do not under any
circumstances favor a reimpo-
sition of the University 2.4 regu-
lation, as was indicated in The
Daily yesterday," he empha-
The Student Affairs Committee
this fall voided the rule which re-
quired fraternities to maintain a
2.4 average or lose social privi-
"Although the University rule
did aid scholarship somewhat, I
feel it is inequitable to impose, it
on fraternities and not on other
campus groups," Vogt asserted.
"Fraternities who year after
year have low scholarship bring
discredit on the fraternity system.
The IFC should by itself take ac-
tion to improve this," he said.
Elections for senior class offi-
cers of the business administra-
tion school will continue from 8
a.m. through 4 p.m. today in the
lobby of the school.
COSTUME REHEARSAL-Bette Ellis, as Phaedra, contemplates
death by the sword of her stepson Hippolytus, Warren Pickett,
in the Second act of Racine's "Phaedra" which opens today at
the Arts Theatre Club.
Glee Club Will Sing Cam us
Favorites in Motion Picture
Students will have a chance to scenes of the school flashed or
see a movie filmed against a cam- the screen while the glee clut
pus background when a national sings their school song.
motion picture studio arrives May*
18 to photograph the Michigan SINCE THE film will be with-
Glee Club. out sound, music has already beer
The movie, "Songs of the Col- recorded by the Glee Club.
leges," will consist of songs of' Angell Hall, Hill Auditorium
Universities in all parts of thear
country, w i t h representative and Clements Library are being
S inncdiarad a R nncih1 bahnk.
in pharmacy, the Boarden Schol-4U 'M usicians
arship Award and the Merck
Award in pharmaceutical chem- r 'll
istry. He was also named James l A cd iton
B. Angell scholar.
Bert K. Lum, '51P, was given
the Merck Award in pharmacy. A four-man committee of musi-
Sophomore Rho Chi prizes were cians from the .Boston Symphony
awarded to Raymond Stenseth, Orchestra will conduct auditions'
'53P, and Phyllis Moore, '53P. here today for applicants to the1
Shirley Swinson, '54P, received the Berkshire Music Center.
Rho Chi freshman prize. The auditions will be held at 1
Pharmacy Scholarship Awards p.m. in Hill Auditorium. Appoint-
went to Donald Wyss, '51P, Jack ments may be made by calling G.
Scruggs, '52P, Jerome Mancewicz, W. Rector, assistant to the presi-
'51P, Bert Lum, '51P, Raymond dent of the University Musical
Stenseth, '53P, Phyllis Moore, Society, in Burton Tower.
'53P, and Shirley Swinson, '54P. The committee will be headed
Retiring Dean Charles H. by Ralph Berkowitz, pianist and
Stocking of the pharmacy college assistant to Serge Koussevitzky,
was guest of honor at the dinner. director of the Berkshire Center.
Other members will be William
J Kroll, composer and violinist, and
James Stagliano and Rosario
Mazzeo, also performers for the
To Convene Boston Symphony.
Vera Brown, Detroit columnist, Petitions Available
and Walter Ditzen, nationally
syndicated sports cartoonist will For Cinema Guild
be the principal speakers at the
Michigan Interscholastic Press Petitions will be available to-
Association convention here today. day for co-sponsorships of Cin-
Miss Brown of The Detroit ema Guild movies for next fall.
Times will speak before 800 high
school journalists on "The News- Organizations wishing,to apply
paper and You" at a luncheon in for co-sponsorships may pick up
the Union. petitions at the Student Legisla-
Ditzen, who draws "Fan Fare," ture Building, 122 S. Forest. Peti-
a Sunday cartoon carried by The tions must be returned by 5 p.m.
Detroit Free Press, will speak ,at Wednesday in order to be con-
the afternoon general session be- sidered, according to Irv Stenn,
ginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Rack- '52, Cinema Guild Board chair-
ham Lecture Hall. man.
curnsue ea s6 pussle c TUY-
grounds for the Glee Club, as all
shots will be taken outside.
The singers will be dressed
casually in white shirts, dark
slacks.and white bucks instead
of the tuxes usually worn in
The movie is written and pro-
duced by Burton Benjamin, who
was graduated from the Univer-
sity in 1939.
"Songs of the Colleges," which
will be released sometime in the
fall, will be shown in eight thou-
sand theatres in the United States
and foreign countries to approxi-
mately 40 million people.
SCHOOL OF LAW
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
Member of Assn. of American
Matriculants must be College
graduates and present full transcript
of College record.
Classes Begin Sept. 24, 1951
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SCHOOL OF LAW
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