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Members of Faculty
WillAct in Skit Night

Three faculty members, Dr. Wil- bys" as the production numbe
liam Brace, Prof. Russell Hussey the oft-sen old movies.
and Prof. A. D. Moore, are busily An interpretation of the o
making plans this week for their "Das Valkeries," presented
appearance at the first Skit Night Henderson House-Delta Si
program, which will be presented -Phi will be next on the prog
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Hill Au- Milton Gross, portrayed by
ditorium. ternity member, will appear b
Dr. Brace of the Public Health the "first night" audience to
Department and Hussey, profes- late the opera's action.
sor of geology, will join forces to h
present a short skit. FOLLOWING an intermi
Gamma Phi Beta-Sigma Ph
DEPARTING from his usual silon will pantomine the
classroom procedure, Prof. A. D.
Moore of the engine school will
present a juggling act. I
These faculty men will per-
form during breaks between
the six skits which will be judged
for the first prize trohye
Bill Boyle, announcer for the
University marching band at foot-
ball games, will also add between-
skit comments.
Judging the shows will be Prof.
Marvin Felheim and Prof. Ken- i
neth Rowe of the English Depart-
ment and Prof. Phillip Dewey of :
the music school. *
THE GROUPS appearing in the
show, which is sponsored by the
Union and the Women's Athletic
Association as part of their new
Spring Weekend project, were
chosen on the basis of scenarios
submitted to the central commit- DR. WILLIAM BRACE
tee and judged by Prof. Felheim . . . thinking it over
and Prof. Rowe.
First on the program will be known poem, "The Face o
the Kappa Alpha Theta-Theta Barroom Floor."
Xi skit, "Little Lord Flunkeroy," In the background a
which will tell of a "typical" chorus will sing numbers
freshman's life at the University. posed by members of the g
Martha Cook-Zeta Beta Tau Residents of Victor Vau
will follow with their take-off on Delta Upsilon will tread
television programs entitled, "The the stage in their search f
Happy Medium." "African Queen."
THE AUDIENCE at the show CONCLUDING the pro
will view such television "stand- Helen Newberry-Taylor Hou
S-idents will appear in their p
To tion of "M.S.C. Pinafore."
Union o Present Reserved seats, priced
cents, are now on sale fron
Little Club Dance 4 p.m. daily in the lobbyo
. Administration Building.
Tomorrow Night General admission ticket
priced at 75 cents, are on
Students will have their last Mason Hall, the Round-Up
chance this year to go nightclub- of thLn Building.
bing when the Union Social Com- All proceeds from the shc
mitee. presents the final Little be donated to charity.
Club dance from 9:30 p.m. to
12.:30 a.m. tomorrow.

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To Register
For Athletics
Courses Will Include
Tennis, Swimming;
Golf Clinic Scheduled
Registration . . .
Registration for wome's physi-
cal education classes for the spring
season, which starts April 13, will
take place from 7:30 a.m. to noon
and 1ito 5 p.m. tomorrow.
Freshman may also sign up for
new classes from 8 a.m. to 12
o'clock Saturday.
Upperclassmen who wish to take
physical education courses as
electives may register next Mon-
day, Tuesday, or Wednesday morn-
ing in Barbour Gym.
Individual sports to be taught
this season include archery,
tennis and golf, with the latter
sport taught 'on an elementary,
intermediate and advanced level.
Women interested in team activ-
ities may sign up for speedball,
softball or lacrosse.
Unknown to many students, La-
crosse is a game similar to bas-
ketball but played on an outdoor
A wooden stick with a basket-
like attachment on the end is used
for throwing, carrying and catch-
ing the ball.
To meet the demands of stu-
dents who have not had an op-
portunity to take Posture, Fig-
ure and Carriage in the win-
ter season the class will once
again be offered.
Coeds may also elect elemen-
tary or intermediate swimming and
* * *
Golf Clinic...
For the less-experienced golfer
and those especially interested in
'teaching the sport, the Women's
Physical Education Department is
sposoring a three-day institute be-
ginning Wednesday, June 17.
During this golf program tech-
niques of teaching, the improve-
ment of personal skills, tips on the
purchase and handling of equip-
ment and other aspects of the total
golf program will be presented.
Heading the list of instructors
is Mrs. Stewart Hanley, assistant
supervisor of physical education
in charge of golf at the Univer-
Mrs. Hanley is noted in golfing
circles for holding the position of
playing manager on the first
American Women's Golf Team in
international play. She also was
women's State Golf Champion of
Miss Helen Stewart and Miss
Joan Farrell will also be on hand
as instructors.
A $7.50 fee for the three day
session will be charged all partici-
pants. This price covers all green
fees at the University Golf Course.
Room and board are extra, how-
All those interested in the clin-
ic may receive additional informa-
tion by contacting Dr. Margaret
Bell, chairman of the Women's
Physical Education Department.

A glimpse into lifei
will be offered to all
tending a party to be1
the Thai Association
versity from 8 to 12
day in Lane Hall.

in Thailand'
students at-
presented by
of the Uni-
p.m. Satur-

Thailand Association Party
To Feature Native Exhibits

chance to try their skill at these5
Social dancing to records will
follow the program and refresh-
ments have been planned.
The public is invited to attend
this program. There will be no ad-
mission charge.

On display during the evening
will be an exhibit of the handi-
craft of Thailand. Contributed by
members of the association, the
display will feature silver work,
cloth and jewelry.
A color movie and slides on life
in Thailand will also be shown.
Sent by the Thailand government.
the pictures will feature aspects of
the culture of this far-eastern
The third portion of the pro-
gram, Thai Drama and Dance, will
open with a "Blessing Dance."
Miss Fuda and Mr. Kriantkrai,
who will present this portion of
the program, also will do several
folk dances characteristic of the
rural areas.
Done to records of native mu-
sic, the dances feature several se-
lections composed by the king of
Thailand. At the end of the pro-
gram, the audience will have a

Under a new system, men and
women in the residence halls willa
soon be able to exchange meals
without the double expense of buy-
ing meal tickets.
The plan has recently been ap-
proved by Leonard A. Schaadt,
business manager of residence
halls, and Dean Deborah Bacon.: It
will begin with the Thursday din-
ner, April 16, after spring vaca-'
o * *
..TWO MEALS each week will
be open to persons who want to ex-
change for a date in another dor-
mitory. The Thursday and Sun-
day dinner will be available for
the exchanges.
Men may arrange a date to
eat with a coed in another dor-
mitory, while a woman from that
dormitory may have a date to
eat in the quad in which he lives.
The same number of persons in
each residence will exchange,

keeping an even balance of plates.
This system will maintain a bal-
ance in the residence hall ac-
counting system. '
MEN IN EITHER South or West
Quadrangle may exchange with
coeds in all women's residences
except Martha Cook, which has a
separate meal account.
Those planning to visit a dor-
mitory will be required to sign
up by Wednesday noon for the
Thursday dinner, and Friday
noon for the Sunday meal.
If for some reason, one person
will be unable to keep the date,
it will be his duty to cross his name
off before the deadline. If it is
past deadlinehhe will be required
to find a substitute.
GUEST TICKETS will be, is-
sued by co-ordinators in each res-
idence hall, and the persons ex-
h i st Y i P. reCister

Co-ordinators, who will be
appointed next week, will have
the duty of seeing that there is
an even exchange. This will be
done on a "first come, first
serve" basis.
For example, if two coeds in
Stockwell sign up and three men
in South Quad want to exchange
with them, the first two men signed
up will go.
The purpose of the new system
is to make it easier for individuals
to have dinner dates without hav-
ing to buy meal tickets. The plan
will not take the place of group
exchange dinners arranged by the
social chairmen.
The system will be on a trial ba-
sis, and depending on the co-oper-
ation and interest shown by stu-
dents, may be expanded later, ac-
cording to Tom Bleha, co-chair-
man of the new plan.


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team floorshow committee will hold
a meeting at 7 p.m. today in the
League. All members are urged to
International Center will hold a
tea from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today in
the Center. Both foreign and
American students are welcome to
leaders for Lantern Night will meet
at 5:10 p.m. today in WAB to re-
port the choice of songs for com-

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Once again the "Little Club" will!
employ the nlightclub atmosphere
of soft lights and sweet dance mu-
sic for the Friday night socialset.
Dancing to the music of Don
Kenny and his orchestra, couples
will find themselves surrounded by'
tables covered with red checkered
tablecloths in the usual informal
cabaret setting.
This week marks the first time
that Don Kenny's band, which is
known for their melodic interpre-
tations of popular dance music,
has been featured at the "Little
During intermission campus fig-
ures who recently placed in the
Gulantics Talent show, will take:
the spotlight.
Robin Renfrew, who took third
place, will present several songs
and Edward Ravenscroft, the first
place winner, will take his place
at the drums and give his interpre-
tations of rhythm.
Refreshments on the "Little
Club" menu will consist of cokes,
pretzels and potato chips for hun-
gry and thirsty dancers.
Admission will be $1 per couple
until 10:30 p.m. when the price
will be lowered to 74 cents for
Another feature presented by
the Union social committee this
weekend will be the regular rec-
ord dance from 8 to 10:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Terrace Room of
the Union.
Union officials urge any inter-
ested couple to attend and empha-
size the fact that the entertain-
ment is offered free of charge.
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AOPi Welcomes
Mrs. Edmond Talbot, national
president of Alpha Omicron Pi is
now completing her first visit to
the University chapter.
She arrived on campus Mon-
day as part of her annual tour of
all A O Pi chapters, and will leave
here today.
A full program has been planned
for Mrs. Talbot. Tuesday she was
entertained at a luncheon given by
the Alumnae Corporation Board.
Today she and the chapter's pa-
tronesses will attend a dinner giv-
en by the entire sorority.
This visit will provide an oppor-
tunity for Mrs. Talbot to meet
alumnae, active members and new




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