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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 ,1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Skit Tickets
jGoOn Sale
Next Week
Six Residence Groups
To Enter Competition
In Evening's Program
Reserved seats for the first Skit
Night program, to be held Satur-
day, March 28, in Hill Auditorium,
will go on sale from 1 to 4 p.m.
Monday in the Administration
Building.
These seats, priced at 75 cents
and located on the first floor of
the Auditorium, will remain on
sale daily until Friday, March 20.
Tickets co-chairmen Nan Rein
and Tom Leopold have announced
that members of houses wishing to
sit in block sections should deter-
mine how many tickets they will
need and buy them at one time.
General admission tickets, also
w- priced at 75 cents, will go on
sale Monday, March 23, at booths
in Mason Hall and the League.
The program, co-sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association
and the Union as part of their
Spring Weekend project, will be
highlighted by skits presented by
six groups on campus.
Participating in Skit Night will
be Helen Newberry-Taylor House,
Victor Vaughan-Delta Upsilon and
Kappa Alpha Theta-Theta Xi.
Also on the program will be
Henderson House-Delta Sigma
Phi, Martha Cook-Zeta Beta Tau
and Gamma Phi Beta-Sigma Phi
Epsilon.
These groups were selected on
the basis of scenerios submitted
to the skit committee, which is
headed by Esther Miller and
Howard Nemerovski.
Thirty - three scenerios were
judged by Prof. Marvin Felheim
and Prof. Kenneth Rowe of the
English department, Miss Miller
and Nemerovski.
Final scripts have been turned
in to the skit chairman for final
approval by the six chosen groups.
Each skit will be approximately
20 minutes long. Although their
plots have not been revealed as
yet, the committee has promised
that the individual shows will of-
fer singing, dancing, comedy and
drama.
A trophy will be awarded the
show judged to be the best.
Proceeds from the show will be
donated to charity. The Union will
present their share of the profits
to the Damon Runyon Cancer
Fund, while the WAA will pre-
sent their share to the Phoenix
Project.
Also featured during the week-
end will be the second "Wolverun
Derby," which will be held Friday,
March 28, on E. Washington St.
behind Health Service.
Entry blanks for the soap box
race are now available from 3 to
5 p.m. daily in Rm. 3D of the
Union..
Any scholastically eligible
' male student may enter the
race.
Women's groups wishing to en-
ter a racer in the derby may do
so if they find a male driver.

'Emerald Enchantment' To Invade League
Saturday Night at Annual Assembly Dance

SYLVIA HAGOPIAN
* * *

JOANNE BORSOS BETH SMILAY
* * * * * *

Strains of "We're off to see the
wizard" and "Go you coeds and
invited" echoed on the diag and
at dinner tables as committee
members, clad in green, heralded
the approach of the 1953 Assem-
bly Ball.
More specifically they were re-
minding coeds to ask their "cow-
ardly lions" to "Emerald Enchant-
ment" which will be presented by
Assembly Association from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Saturday in the League.
THE SONG went on to explain
that the dance was semi-formal,
which means the men may wear
dark suits while the women are
attired in formals,
After the routine, Joyce Lane,
ticket Chairman, announced
that tickets for the ball may
be purchased from representa-
tives at all the women's resi-
dences.
The $2.50 ducats are also on sale
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Fri-
day downstairs at the door of the
Round-up Room of the League.
CENTRAL Committee members
emphasize the fact that all sor-

ority coeds are invited and wel-
come to attend.
In case of an emergency, stu-
dents will have a chance to buy
a limited number of tickets Sat-
urday night at the door.
However all students are re-
quested to get their tickets as soon
as possible.
*' * *
TWO SOUVENIR doorprizes
pertaining to some aspect of life
in Oz, and refreshments are in-
cluded in the price of the tickets.
Overnight the second floor of
the League will magically switch
into the land of green enchant-
Carnations
Continuing a tradition started
after the war, members of Sen-
ior Society are selling carna-
tions for 30 cents apiece for As-
sembly Ball. The flowers may be
purchased by the coeds when
they buy their tickets. Those
who havehalready obtained
their tickets without a flower
will be contacted by members
of the Society.

ment, a place not new to the
well-read University student.
While Frank Baum's famous
book "The Wizard of Oz" is re-
lated to most people when they are
knee-high, couples on touring the
mys'terious country will easily be
able to remember the hazy parts.
* * *
FOLLOWING the yellow brick
wall couples will be presented with
the key to Emerald City, the place
where who's who's in the land of
Oz hang out.
Life here is never dull and
boring, so say the Ann Arbor
Alleycats, a group of musicians
who preside in the town and
satisfy the musical tastes of all
the Oz-men.
In the dreamy atmosphere of
the main ballroom current hit
tunes, standard popular songs and
Latin American dan'ces will be
played by Paul McDonough's or-
chestra.
COINCIDING with the theme of
the ball, the orchestra with vocal-
ist Betty Magyar, will feature the
song "Over the Rainbow."
While this group takes its
break, Jay Mills, emcee, will in-

troduce members of the cast of
the Union Opera of 1952 in their
-original roles.
This group will once again pre-
sent such Opera 'favorites as "Why
Can't I Kiss Her Goodnight,"
"Sintillatin' Sam," "Etiquette,"
"Can't Help Falling in Love," and
"No Cover Charge."
Differing from most campus
dances, flowers may be worn to
Assembly Ball.
The history of the dance dates
back to 1945. Before that time Pan-
hellenic and Assembly jointly gave
a semi-formal.
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'U' Coeds Announce Engagements

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Hagopian-Dunne
At a small party in her home
the engagement of Sylvia Doris
Hagopian, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Hagopian of Birming-
ham, to Barry Arthur Dunne, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunne of
Evanston, Illinois, was announced.
Miss Hagopian is a junior in
the School of Education. She is
affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi.
Mr. Dunne is a graduate of the
literary college. He was a member
of Delta Tau Delta.

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HATCHER TEA-President and
Mrs. Harlan Hatcher will enter-
tain Mrs. Barbara Ward. Jackson,
first annual Mott Foundation lec-
turer, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today
in the Hatcher residence. Students
who wish to meet and speak with
Mrs. Ward are also invited.
SCROLL--Applications for the
annual Scroll scholarship of $100
are still available in the League
Undergraduate Office. The dead-
line for signing up for the schol-
arship available to affiliated jun-
ior women, has been extended un-
til Monday.
SCHOLARSHIP-Petitioning is
now open for the $100 Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarship, annually
awarded to a junior woman. Peti-
tions may be obtained in the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office.
INTERNATIONAL CENTER-
Mexican Indian dances by Tula
will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday
in Barbour Gymnasium, sponsored
by the International Center. Fifty
cents admission will be charged,
and the public is invited to attend.
* * *
SKI CLUB-Members of the
Ullr Ski Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. tonight in the Union to de-
cide on the location of their spring
trip. A movie will be shown at
the meeting.
* * *
BADMINTON-Veda Cohen was
crowned class A champion in the
all-campus women's badminton
tournament, while Sue Adams was
the Class B winner in the tourna-
ment finals held this week. Run-
ner-up in the B round was Pat
Leroy.
* * *
COUNSELORS - Members of
the Camp Counselors' Club will
meet for an evening around the
"campfire" at 7 p.m. today in the
small lounge of the WAB. Any
woman interested in camp coun-
seling is invited.

The wedding is planned for Aug-
ust 1 in Detroit.
* * * '
Borsos-Ave r i ll
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Borsos of
Niles recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jo-
anne Barbara, to Charles F. Aver-
ill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
G. Averill of Lansing.
Miss Borsos is a senior in the
School of Education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Delta Pi.
Mr. Averill is a senior in the
School of Education.
A June wedding is planned.
Smilay-Neman
The engagement of Beth Smilay,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mich-
ael Plaut of Cincinnati, Ohio, to
Albert Neman, son of Mr. Louis
Neman and the late Mrs. Neman
was announced during Christmas
vacation.
Miss Smilay is a senior in the
School of Education. Mr. Neman
is a senior in the University of
Cincinnati College of Law.
A July wadding is planned.
Bye rs-Ga rbari ni
The engagement of Susan Jane
Byers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Byers of Grosse Pointe, to
Mark Morgan Garbarini, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Garbarini of
Utica, Michigan, was announced
on December 13.
Four Acts Slated
To Vie For Prize
In Hilleizapoppin
Fast-moving comedy, songs and
dances will highlight this year's
annual production of "Hillelza-
poppin," which will be presented
at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre of the Lea-
gue.
The Hillel-sponsored program,
which is written, acted and pro-
duced by Jewish students on cam-
pus, will be composed of four musi-
cal skits and a non-competing act.
This year Alpha Epsilon Phi,
Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Alpha
Mu and an independent women's
group will compete for the silver
trophy awarded to the winning
skit.
The group receiving the award
may keep it for the following
year.
Tickets for the production will
go on sale Monday from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. Seats are priced at $1.60,
$1.30 and $1.
Each year proceeds are present-
ed to the United Jewish Appeal.

Miss Byers is a senior in the
School of Dental Hygiene and is
affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta
Sorority.
Mr. Garbarini is attending Mich-
igan State College.
The wedding will take place in
Evanston, Illinois.
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Messing-Fanger
At a family dinner on February
7 the engagement of Shirley Mess-
ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Messing of Pontiac, to
Jerry Fanger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert W. Fanger" of Boston,
Mass. was announced.
Miss Messing is a 1952 graduate
of the university.
Mr. Fanger is a junior in law
school. He is a former sports night
editor on The Daily and is affil-
iated with Pi Lambda Phi.
The wedding is planned for
June 7.
Wolfe-Hammond
Professor and Mrs. R. A. Wolfe
of Ann Arbor announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Grace
Eileen to Charles M. Hammond,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ham-
mond of Hamden, Connecticut.
Miss Wolfe is a junior in the
School of Nursing. Mr. Hammond
is a senior in the School of En-
gineering and is a member of Sig-
ma Nu Fraternity and Scabbard
and Blade.
The wedding is planned for
June 15.
* **
Polk-Crouch
The engagement of Dora D.
Polk, daughter of Mrs. H. D. Blan-
chard of San Jose, California, and
Mr. Scott Polk of Detroit, to Ralph
G. Crouch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Crouch of Detroit, was an-
nounced recently.
Miss Polk is a junior in the lit-
erary college. Mr. Crouch is a
graduate student in geography.
A summer wedding is planned
at St. Mary's Student Chapel.

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Productions
There will be a productions
meeting for those houses en-
tered in the Skit Night compe-
tition at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union., The meeting place will
be posted on the board in the
lobby.

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