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IARCH 12, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE.

Unity Reigns
At LloydHall,
Coeds May Participate
In Dormitory Projects
Besidesan efficient form of self
government, New Women's Dormi-
tory (featured in a previous Daily
article) has also gone all out for
the comfort, happiness and wel-
fare of its residents.
Each week the dormitory as a
whole is invited to an informal tea,
held around 4:00 pm. in the
lounge of one of the houses. Any
woman or man that happens to be
in the dorm about that time is wel-
come and a pleasant, friendly at-
mosphere prevails throughout the
afternoon.
Other activities which the hall
carries on include the dormitory as
a whole or sometimes the indivi-
ctaual houses.
An auction was held last week
with lost and found articles mak-
ing up the "to be sold" list.
New dorm women run the dorm
library which also has a large ex-
am file, quite popular to those who
have taken advantage of it. Re-
ference books, fiction and un-
abridged dictionaries make up the
list of books available.
Discussion was acted upon for
the spring formal tobe sponsored
by all four houses, which will be
held late in March. Positions on
the committee will be petitioned
r for by the coeds in the dorm and
interviews will be held by the In-
terdorm Council.
rians for speakers during Reli,
gion in LifeMonth were discussed
* and motions were made and passed
to have guests at dinner and then
have an open coffee hour after-
wards that will be thrown open for
debate. This also is an inter-dorm
project.
Between the separate houses is a
keen competition, both scholasti-
cally and in house and dorm acti-
vities for possession of the parti-
cipation cup. Rivalry has grown
up and the houses work together
as separate units for the honor of
having the coveted cup sitting in
their lounge.
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SPIKE'S SYMPHONY:
Jones To Introduce New Numbers

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Hill Auditorium, often scene of
fine classical music concerts, will
be the site of an entirely different
type of music at 8 p.m. Monday
when Spike Jones irings his "Mu-
sic Depreciation Review" to Ann
Arbor.
Musical madness is the descrip-
tion Spike gives of his versions of
the popular songs in America.
Jones claims that there is more
skill involved in conductingrhis
band than a symphony orchestra.
* * *
"AFTER COAXING pigs to
squeal on cue and timing doves as
they fly out of a lady singer's hat,
it would be easy," says Spike. "All
you have to do when you conduct
a symphony is worry about the
notes."
There are some composers that

Spike respects and admires so
much that he refuses to satirize.
Debussy is one of these men.
"Clair De Lune" and "Afternoon
of a Faun" are both too beautiful,
according to Spike to touch.
JONES WILL introduce some
new numbers when the review
comes to town. Among them are
"In a Persian Market," "Ill Bar-
kio," "Rhapsody from Hunger(y)"'
and his own version of "Some En-,
chanted Evening."
The instruments thatare used
in the City Slicker's band in-
clude everything from wash-
boards, tin cans, gongs, auto
horns, pistols, gaspipe, water-
buckets and slot machines to the
new invention of Spike's called
a "pianothirty."

The "pianothirty" is for mem-
bers of the band who can't count
high enough to play the piano-
forte, according to Jones.
Tickets for the Spike Jones
Show are on sale now at Hill Audi-
torium and are priced at $1.80,
$1.50 and $1.20.
Panhel officials wish to empha-
size the fact that although many
of the posters around campus state
that the show begins at 8:30 p.m.
they are wrong, for starting time
is 8 p.m.

Hillel To Give
Annual Show
Hillel will present its annual
show, Hillelzapoppin, at 8 p.m.,
Saturday, March 22, in Tappan
Auditorium.
Heading the central committee
are co-chairmen Joy Sidenberg
and Joyce Rashte. Other chairmen
are Norma Seidon, programs; Lou
Pollack, stage manager; Al Gendel-
man, tickets; George Irving, tech-
nical advisor; Shirley Messing,
make-up; Sam Dodek, ushering;
Bob Satin, judges; and Lyn Ru-
dolph, publicity.

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TARGET PRACTICE-Membership is still open in the WAA Rifle
Club. Practices are held from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thurs-
days in WAB, with each member signing up for one shooting ses-
sion. Barb Meier is manager of the club, which is now busy prac-
ticing for the nitional match.
Skating Club Will Present Carnival;
SoloIsts, Cast of 200 To Perform

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nual ice carnival to be presented
by the Ann Arbor Figure Skating
Club, will be given at 8 p.m. Sat-
urday and at 3 p.m. Sunday in the
University Coliseum..
The program is being arranged
and produced again this year by
the club professional, Marilyn Ja-
cops. A cast of 200 skaters will
present the show which features
the .appearance of four University
students in solo numbers.
Exhibition numbers will be given
by Sue Morgan and David Arnold,

while Judy Cushing and Harry
Pennington will present solos.
Others in the program include 20'
Ann Arbor skaters in solo or fea-
ture roles.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Union, the Coliseum and several
local stores.

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HATCHER TEA-President and
Mrs. Hatcher will hold another tea
from 4 to 6 p.m. today.
ORIENTATION LEADERS -
Coeds who are interested in work-'
ing as orientation leaders or in the
information booth during regis-
tration next fall may pick up peti-
tions in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
BOARD MEETING-The Lea-
gue Board of Representatives will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today at the,
League.
SENIOR NIGHT - Money for
Senior Night tickets may be turn-
ed in at the League Undergraduate
Office from 9 a.m. to noon, and 1
to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and
until noon on Saturday.
HILLEL PETITIONS-Petitions
for the Hillel General Council are
due today in Lane Hall. The elec-
tions will take place on March 23,
24, and 25.
* * *
BADMINTON CLUB-All men
and women interested in badmin-
ton are invited to attend the co-
recreational club meeting from
7:15 to 9 p.m. today in Waterman
Gym.
* * *
FOLK AND SQUARE DANCE
-There will be a meeting of the
co-recreational Folk and Square
Dance Club at 8 p.m. today in Bar-
bour Gym.

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