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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Glee Club To Hold Concert

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Men's Group
Will Feature
Song Variety
MEN'S GROUP
At its annual spring concert
which will be held at 8:30 p. m. to-
morrow in Hill Auditorium, the
Men's Glee Club will feature some
of the arrangements of their di-
rector, Philip A. Duey.
Duey came to the University as
a professor of vocal music in 1947,
after a career as a professional
singer.
* * *
A VETERAN of 5,000 radio
broadcasts, he sang on the first
broadcasts of six coast-to-coast
programs, on several of which he
was a featured soloist.
He was a member of the "Rev-
elers" quartet, together with
James Melton, Lewis James, and
Wilfred Glenn. Frank Black,
conductor of the NBC Symph-
Coeds To Present
Michifish Show
"Toys 'n Tune" will be depicted
as members of Michifish dive into
the Intramural Pool at 7:30 p.m.
tonight to present an exhibition in
synchronized swimming.
The show will be a feature of
this year's final co-recreation night
at the Intramural Building.
Such numbers as the "Teddy
Bears Picnic," "Waltzing Cat,"
"Valentine Tango," "Jesters,"
"Syncopated Clock," "Nursery
Rhymes Melody," and "Wagon
Wheels" will be presented for the
audience by coeds attired in black
leotards, teddy bear costumes and
cowboy hats and guns.

PHILIP DUEY
ony, was accompanist 'and ar-
ranger for the quartet.
He has also appeared with such
performers as Fred Allen, Al Jol-
son, Deems Taylor, Grace Moore
and Jan Peerce.
* * *
DUEY'S INTRICATE and inter-
esting arrangements have ranked
him as one of the nation's best
arrangers of male glee club music.
This year, as in other years,
the spring concert will feature
classical as well as folk songs
and popular music.
Two quartets will sing. The Nov-
elaires, who won first place in this
year's Gulantics, are to present a
group of traditional campus songs,
familiar to students as well as
alumni of the University.
Composed of both graduates and
undergraduates from every school
in the University, the members
plan their own personal appear-
ance tours and publicity for con-
certs.
The officers for 1952 are Carl
Hedner, president; Merle Nelson,
manager; Bernard Jennett, secre-
tary; John Bay, treasurer, and
Wesley True, accompanist.

By EDITH KRISTOFFERSON
The social spotlight will be focused on many campus houses this
week-end highlighting, in particular, spring dances and pledge for-
mals.
The mysterious black footprints in evidence on campus recently
lead to the annual Blackfoot Ball, sponsored by the Alpha Tau Omegas.
The dance is a traditional affair held by the ATO's for their arch-
rivals, the Sigma Nu's,
The League will be decorated in the Blackfoot motif with huge
black footprints on the walls backed by white and illuminated from
behind affording a silhouette effect. Balloons will dangle from the
ceiling for a jungle-like atmosphere.
KAPPA NU IS presenting a spring dance honoring their Wayne
chapter. Decorations will be centered about spring flowers.
Music will be by Bob Olson and his orchestra. The dance at
the house will be preceeded by dinner at the Union.
"Dream in Aquamarine" is the watery theme of Victor Vaughan's
spring formal. Murals of underwater scenes will feature King Neptune
and his court of fishes. A paper mache' octopus surrounded by mer-
maids will add to the aquamarine theme while seaweed will be strewn
about for another touch of the sea.
Ken Norman's orchestra will play from a bandstand camouflaged
as a sunken ship. Painted shells will be presented to the couples as
favors.
* * *
SOUTH QUAD IS taking off on a strictly modernistic theme with
its "Artistry in Abstract," spring semi-formal. Every color of the
painter's easle willbe employed in the decorations consisting of a
patio scene, a mist-giving fountain and space modulators of crystal
design.
The Phi Sigma Deltas' annual spring formal will feature a "Spring
Pleasure. Cruise." As guests enter, they will board the Phi Sigma Delta
ship which leads them to a terrace poit where spotlights will play on
the scene.
Flags, a glorified pond and a lighthouse will comprise the water-
front decorations.
"SPRING HALL-O-DAZE," centered about the May Day theme,
is the name applied to the Gamma Phi Beta pledge formal for which
Johnny Harbard's orchestra will provide the musical background. A
dinner at the Union will preceed the dance.
Chi Omegas and their dates at the pledge formal will be
treated to an "Oriental Interlude." Scenes from China and Japan
including a Buddha shrine, rickashaw boys and Oriental blossoms
will be featured in the decorations.
Paul McDonald's orchestra will play for the dance and a buffet
supper will be held at the house preceeding the dance.
THE GRADUATING SENIORS of Alpha Kappa Kappa will be
honored at a spring formal. Entertainment will include skits by the
freshmen and songs by the fraternity's quartet.
The house colors, green and white, will be used in the deco-
rations and lilacs will scent the dance floor.
Delta Upsilon will likewise honor its seniors at a spring formal.
Hugh Jackson and his orchestra will play and decorations will pro-
vide a spring atmosphere.
* * * *
MARTHA COOK GIRLS are presenting a "May Bee" Ball. Big
bumble bees will make up the central decorations with Japanese lan-
terns on the terrace and pink cherry blossoms for added touches of
fantasy.
Refreshments will consist of pink spring punch and cookies served
by a "queen bee" who will be elected to reign over the evening's events.
The Delta Delta Deltas will create a mysterious French atmos-
phere at their pledge formal.
A French cafe will be on the terrace with appropriate awnings
above and red-checkered table cloths and drip candles on the tables.
"RAINBOW RHAPSODY" is the theme selected for the Alpha
Omicron Pi pledge formal.
A colorful moonlight scene will picture sparkling stars dang-
ling from the ceiling and a rose trellis through which the pledges
will dance with their dates.
Paul Root's orchestra will play for the dance which will follow
a dinner at the VFW Club.
THE PLEDGES of Lambda Chi Alpha will present a Roman
costume party for the actives. The Romans and their guests will trip
the light fantastic in traditional togas.
The Black and White Ball presented by Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
will be held tonight in the flight room at Willow Run.
All of the guests will be dressed exclusively in black and white
and the men will carry black and white top hats and canes.

Twelve women's choruses were
chosen at eliminations last night'
to compete in this year's Lantern
Night Sing, which will be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday at Hill Audi-
torium.
The selected groups are Delta
Delta Delta, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Alice Lloyd Hall, Betsy
Barbour, Delta Gamma, Alpha Del-
ta Pi. Gamma Phi Beta, Delta
Zeta, Henderson House and Couz-
ens Hall.
* *.*
SPONSORED BY Alpha Phi;
Delta Delta Delta will sing "Bidin'
My Time," under the direction of
their song leader, Patti Brown. Pi
Beta Phi, directed by Nancy Car-
ter and sponsored by Vaughn
House, will sing "Darkness on the
Delta."
Alpha Gamma Delta will be
next on the program with their
selection, "Autumn," directed by
Phyllis Peterson and sponsored
by Kappa Alpha Theta. "Me and
WAA Notices
Town and Country Club-Reser-
vations are now being accepted for
an "old-fashioned hayride," to be
held at 8:30 p.m., Friday, May 16,
at Huron River Stables.
Sponsored by the WAA Town
and Country Club, the event is op-
en to all students. However, since
only 40 people can be accomodated,
those couples wishing to attend
should make reservations by Mon-
day with Dieter Hanauer, Ext. 733,
South Quadrangle.
Couples will meet at the WAB
at 8:30 p.m., and transportation
will be furnished to and from the
stables.
After the hayride, refreshments
will be served at WAB. The price
for this event will be $2 per couple.
* * *
Softball Club-Regular meeting
of the WAA Softball Club will be
held at 4 p.m. today at WAB. All
members are asked to attend.

My Shadow" by Kappa Kappa
Gamma, under the direction of
Sue Ralston and sponsorship of
Kappa Delta, will follow.
Following this group will be
Alice Lloyd Hall singing "Hallelu-
jah," directed by Sophia Fedonis
and sponsored by Collegiate Sor-
osis. Connie Shepherd will direct
Betsy Barbour chorus, singing
"You'll Never Walk Alone." Cheev-
er will sponsor this group.
* * *.
DELTA GAMMA will sing "The
Things I Love" under the direction
of Betty Olheiser and sponsored by
Martha Cook. Also on the program
will be Alpha Delta Pi singing
"Sometimes I Feel Like a Mother-
less Child," under the direction of
Charlotte Hoyt. Alpha Omicron Pi
will sponsor this group.
Directed by song leader, Lu-
cille Stansberry, Gamma Phi
Beta will sing "Sweet Georgia
Brown" under the sponsorship
of Helen Newberry. Delta Zeta,
singing "River Boy" under the
direction of Marilyn Floridi,
will be sponsored by Alpha Xi
Delta.
Next on the %program will be
Henderson House singing "Now Is
the Month of May." Their song
leader is Sally Bennet, and they
will be sponsored by Mosher Hall.
Finally, Couzens Hall, under the
direction of Mary Covert and spon-
sored by Chi Omega, will sing "Ma-
dame Jeanette."
AFTER THE eliminations, jud-
ges made the following suggestions
to competing choral groups. The
members of the choir should be
kept smiling and should stand
closer together. Choruses should
also be centered on the stage.
The seating chart for compet-
ing groups and their sponsors
will be posted today in the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office.
Festivities for the 39th annual
program will begin with a line of
march of all women students to
Hill Auditorium.
The parade will originate at 7
p.m. in front of Alumni Memorial
Hall and will end on the steps of
Hill Auditorium.

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Twelve Vocal Groups Chosen
To Perform in Lantern Night

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