WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1951
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Glee Club To Feature Haugh
At Christmas Concert Today
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Old, New Music
To Be Presented .
Harold Haugh will be featured
as guest soloist at the annual
Christmas concert to be given by
the Women's Glee Club at 8:15
p.m. today in the Lydia Mendels-
The concert will consist of mo-
dern and traditional Christmas
music including familiar as well
as lesser known pieces.
BARBARA DOWD will perform
on the harpsichord, John Reed will
act as guest director and Wilber
Perry will be accompanist.
Mr. Haugh, associate profes-
sor of voice in the University
Music School, started his career
at Hiram College where he earn-
ed his BA degree and was or-
dained into the Church of
He continued his studies at Hi-
ram College and received his Mas-
ter of Sacred Musip degree from
the School of Sacred Music at the
For a while he did work in radio,
singing in small groups on such
programs as Fred Allen's, Rudy
Vallee's and the Show Boat. He
was also heard as soloist on Ce-
sare Sodero's opera broadcasts.
LATELY HIS efforts have been
concentrated in the concert and
oratorio field though he was form-
erly associated with several opera
companies that were dissolved by
Mr. Haugh has performed
with many of the important
choral organizations in the
country including the Oratorio
Society of New York, the Indi-
anapolis Symphony Orchestra,
the National Symphony Orches-
tra of Washington, D.C. and the
Handel and Haydn Society in
In 1941 he was called to Oberlin
Conservatory of Music to succeed
Olaf Christiansen as Professor of
Voice and Choral Director.
Since then he has given several
successful recitals in Town Hall
in New York City.
DR. CARL. E. BADGLEY, pro-
fessor of surgery in the medical
school, gave a paper recently at
the Boston Orthopedic Society.
The title of the paper was "Frac-
tures in and about the Knee
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MISS ALICE BEEMAN, editor
of Special Publications of the In-
formation Services, will attend
the mid-year meeting of the Board
of Directors of the American Col-
lege Public Relations Association
at Hood College, Frederick, Mary-
DR. VELDORA FRANCES CLU-
NAS. a University graduate, was'
recently sworn in as one of the
few women doctors in the Navy.
The former medical school stu-
dent is the first woman doctor ev-
er recruited in the Detroit Naval
District. After her graduation in
1948, she worked at the Jennings
Hospital in Detroit.
2,000 Local Children
See Magic, Juggling,
Clown Show at Hill
Santa Claus came to town yes-
terday afternoon for more than
2,000 Ann Arbor school children at
the Interfraternity Council's an-
nual Christmas party held in Hill
The entertainment b r o u g h t
cheers and gales of laughter from
the youthful audience as Duncan
Erle appeared on stage riding a
unicycle and juggling Indian clubs
and Newt Loken, University gym-
nastics coatch, striped off his many
layers of clothing in a clowning
exhibition on the trampolin.
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A DEMONSTRATION of the
mysteries of magic by Herbert
German, a member of the Detroit
police, thrilled the "kids." He pre-
sented the rabbit that had been
drawn from a hat to one of the
members of the audience.
Two color cartoons from a lo-
cal theatre were also shown, and
the Phi Gamma Delta marching
band was on hand to give out
with some music.
The audience was anxious to
participate in the show as three
volunteered to sing "Jingle Bells."
A Michigan fan, age 7, felt, the
show wouldn't be complete with-
out his solo on "The Victors."
Erle then lead the elementary
school children in a Michigan
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SANTA CLAUS was, of course,
the climax of the party. Russ
Whitfield, dressed in a red suit
and cap, complete with white
beard, was a right jolly old Saint
Nick. He gave packages of candy
to all the children.
Due to the weather many
children were not able to attend
the party so the IFC will give
the left-over candy to University
Hospital a n d t h e Salvation
'Bruce Maguire and Art Cox were
general chairmen for the party.
Jay Mills was master-of-ceremon-
The first such party was held as
a public service in 1932 for all of
the elementary school children of
Ann Arbor. Since then it has be-
come a yearly part of IFC's activi-
Original student compositions
will be exhibited at the Holiday
Dance program to be held at 8
p.m. today in Barbour Dance Stu-
Members of the Modern Dance
and Ballet Clubs will combine
their talents for the event, which
is sponsored by the Women's Phy-
sical Education Department.
THE FIRST part of the pro-
gram will be presented by the co-
recreational Ballet Club.
An excerpt from the "Sleeping
Beauty" Ballet and other mo-
dern dance numbers will com-
prise this portion of the dance
Second on the program will be
compositions featuring members of
the co-recreational Modern Dance
Club, including a trio dance with
music sung by Frank Poretta.
A CEREMONY of Carols will be
rendered by a part of the Wo-
men's Choral Group, with May-
nard Klein conducting.
The next part of-the dance
program will be the composi-
tion, "The Princess Who Could-
n't Smile." Geraldine Miller is
responsible for the choreogra-
No admission is being charged
for the exhibition and anyone who
is interested in ballet and mo-
dern dance is invited to attend.I
CLUB MANAGERS, Ann Albert,
Ballet, and Doris Melleky, Mo-
dern Dance, extend their special
welcome to all students, townspeo-
ple and faculty members.
The faculty advisor for the.
two co-recreational clubs is Miss
Esther E. Pease, member of the
faculty of the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department. Her
assistant is Geraldine Miller.
Costumes for the program have
been designed by Anna Marie
All compositions used in the
Holiday Dance exhibit are student
originals, which have been work-
ed on at the regular meetings of
The Modern Dance and Ballet
Clubs are open to any man and
woman on campus. The organiza-
tions offer an opportunity to par-
ticipate in modern dances and to
compose original numbers.
There will be a meeting of
the central committee for As-
sembly Ball at 4 p.m. today in
t During its seventy-five year his-
tory, the traditional J-Hop has
witnessed many a financial battle
-financial in respect to ticket
prices, riot damages and private
The monetary ups and downs
began back in the ninetiesdwhen
the "Junior Social" was being held
at an "old rink downtown," and
later on at Granger's Dancing
Academy. A $1 admittance price
was established to permit couples
to dance to the music of two
FROM THE Academy, the dance
proceeded to Waterman Gymna-
suim where it acquired the name
of "Annual Ball."
During 'the following years,
the dance traveled from Water-
man Gym to Toledo and back
again. It remained in the Gym
until within the past decade or *
two when it moved to its present
site in the IM Bldg.
Finances still figured promi-
nently in J-Hop festivities when a
1913 riot resulted in $25 damage
to the gymnasium. The same riot
caused the dismissal of an intern
accused of hitting the janitor.
DURING THE years, as the
name and tales of J-Hop grew, the
Wil/ Hold Annual
The annual Christmas party for
foreign students is being held by
the International Center from 8
p.m. to midnight Saturday at the
Yuletide carolling around the
Christmas tree will begin the par-
ty, with refreshments, dancing
and games folowing.
Everyone is asked to bring an
inexpensive gift for exchange;
and a special door prize and booby
prize will be presented.
The Christmas issue of the In-
ternational Center Newsletter will
be available at the Center tea to-
morrow afternoon. The special is-
sue contains articles by foreign
students in their native languages
and other special features.
Dance Clubs To Present Programs
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J-Hop Background Contains
Riots, Detectives,_Price War
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ticket price also followed suit. The
$1 price of the ninetiesrtickets rose
to $7.50 by 1947. This remained as
the traditional price until 1950
when the class of 1951 slashed the
sum to $6.50 but last year's central
committee raised it to $7.
This year, ticket prices have
returned to the previous $6.50.
Ticket reservations for the 1952
J-Hop will be accepted from 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today and to-
morrow in the Administration
Bldg. No money will be accepted
at this time, but students receiv-
ing confirmations after Christ-
mas vacation may pay for their
tickets when picking them up.
Reservations may also be made
through representatives in the
various campus residences. Those
junior representatives whose hous-
es are among the first ten attain-
ing a 70 erp cent sales record will
receive a complimentary ticket to
This year's dance will feature
the orchestras of Charlie Spivak
and Johnny Long, whose music
will be heard from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Feb. 8 and 9 in the IM Bldg.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT-Pictured above in familiar pose
are members of the co-recreational Modern Dance Club at one of
the regular meetings of the organization. Members of the club,
along with a group from the Ballet Club, will participate in the
Holiday Dance Exhibit to be held at 8 p.m. today in Barbour
DECK THE HALLS:
Quad Has Season Festivities
All gifts purchased
no additional charge
day on request)
Coeds Tell Weddings, Engagements
In Midst of Yuletide Atmosphere
With all eyes on the coming va-
cation, East Quadrangle began
yule festivities yesterday with its
annual Christmas dinner.
Candles on each table added at-
mosphere to the special meal
which included plum puddingmfor
dessert. During 'the dinner the
East Quad radio station piped in
a program of Christmas Carols
sung by the Quad glee club to all
the dining rooms.
The various houses in the Quad
have planned special parties
throughout the week. The pro-
grams include skits by the men
Refreshments will also be serv-
ed to the men and their dates.
Carrying out the old tradition,
caroling parties will embark from
East Quad all week. Last night
Ann Arbor was " serenaded by
choruses from Anderson and Cool-
ey houses. Tonight Tyler house
carolers will venture out in the
Prescott house will also play
host to women from Angell house
tonight. The evening's entertain-
ment will be climaxed with.carol-
ing. .Green house men will carol
with Mosher women and return
to Mosher hall for "warm-up" re-
freshments while Strauss men
blend their voices with the Jor-
dan women, and other special features.
Dole - Carneiro
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher E. Dole of
Peterborough, N.H. have announ-
ced the engagement of their
daughter, Gertrude Evelyn, to Ro-
bert Carneiro of Riverdale, N.Y.
Miss Dole and Mr. Carneiro are
both graduate students in anthro-
pology at the University.
The weding will take place in
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Wise - Hiles
At a Thanksgiving dinner in'
Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wise
of East Lansing announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Rosemary, to Donald B. Hiles.
Mr. Hiles is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Hiles of Grosse Pointe.
Miss Wise, a senior in the lit-
erary college, is affiliated with
Delta Gamma sorority.
A student in the medical school,
Mr. Hiles is affiliated with Theta
Xi fraternity and Nu Sigma Nu,
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Webb - Sydnor
Miss Dorothy Webb, niece of Mr.
an Mrs. Jack Stewart of Wichita,
Kansas and Mr. Reginald Gene
Sydnor, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
Sydnor of Huntington, W. Va.,
were married November 22 in the
First Methodist Church of Ann
The bride's sister, Miss Ruby
Webb of Wichita, served as maid
of honor. Mr. Sydnor's best man
was Mr. Jack Shantz of Royal
Mrs. Sydnor attended Colorado
Woman's College in Denver and
was graduated from the University,
where she was a member of Delta
Delta Delta sorority and Mu Phi
Epsilon, music sorority.'
Mr. Sydnor attended Marshall1
College in Huntington, W. Va.,
and at present is a senior in the
University architecture school.
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Klein - Hanger
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klein of
Mt. Clemens have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Susanne, to Herbert L. Hanger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Han-
ger of Clinton, Iowa.
Miss Klein, a sophomore in the
education school, is affiliated with
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
A sophomore in the dentistry
school of the University of Iowa,
Mr. Hanger is a member of Psi
No date has been set for the
Women's Athletic Associa-
tion has announced that Bar-
bara Beckley will replace Mar-
garet Sabin as Michigras man-
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