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FEBRUARY 11, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FI V

PAGEFIV

wo Orchestras
oph Cab To Provide
arnival Atmosphere

To

Play

for

'Music

Heaven

Friday,

Saturday

Two bands will be featured at
"Music Heaven," which will be
presented from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Friday and Saturday nights
on the second floor of the League.
The 1953 edition of Sophomore
Cabaret will feature Paul Root's
orchestra in the League Ballroom,
which will be decorated as Music
Heaven. The group will play for
couples who wish to dance to
smooth musical numbers. Root's
organization features a, vibratone,
which adds a mellow quality to
musical tones.
THE ANN ARBOR Alleycats will
',hold forth in the Michigan Room,
which will represent the song,
"Blue Champagne." They will
play jazz numbers, Charlestons,
polkas, and other novelty num-
bers for dancing.
By having two musical groups
present, the central committee
has tried to satisfy the varied
musical tastes of all those at-
tending the event.
Those who tire of dancing will
} find a floorshow and special
booths to entertain them at the
carnival-like affair.
* * *
"THE LOST CHORD in Music
Heaven" will be presented at 9
p.m. and 10:30 p.m. nightly in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
HAIR STYLES OF
THE YEAR!
" designed to please
@4 stylists
no waiting
COURTEOUS, EXPERT
HAIRCUTTERS
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Near Michigan Theatre
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The production deals with the
trials of Pizzicato, a sweet note
who yearns to be a disreputable
jazz note against his parents'
wishes. His parents object to
this desire because Jazzland is
on the wrong side of the tracks
in Music Heaven.
During the course of the play,
a place for Jazzland is found in
Music Heaven, and Pizzicato no
longer finds opposition to his de-
sires to be a jazz note.
MANY VARIED booths will be
open to test the skill of couples
attending the' Cabaret. Among
them are "Get on Key with Three
Sharps," a dart game, "Bean Bop,"
a bean bag game which features
caricatures of members of the
faculty, and "Find the Lost
Chord," a grab bag.
Prizes will be awarded at all
booths, and there will be a door
prize awarded to the person
who makes the best guess as to
the number of "beats" in a
measure.
In addition, a Laughograph ma-
chine will be on hand to chart the
laughter of those attending "Mu-
sic Heaven." From the graphs of
their laughter, couples may learn
their fortunes. A caricaturist and
photographer will be present also.
Quench
STUDENTS WHO wish to
quench their appetites will find
refreshments served in the Mi-
chigan Room by waitresses dress-
ed inablue apronsrand caps with
musical note decorations.
Tickets for Soph Cab are on
sale every day this week in Mason
Hall and the League. They may
also be obtained from members of
the central committee and will be
sold at the door. Admission is 90
cents per person.
Proceeds from the production
will be used to help furnish the
new listening rooms in the Lea-
gue. Last year they were donated
to the University Fresh Air Camp.

-Daily-Don Campbell
I.F.C. RUSHING-Rushing Counselor Edward Jones, '53, is sign-
ing up Howie Kaplan, '56, and Art Pierce, '55, for fraternity rushing
which begins on Sunday. Men interested in participating in the
rushing program may sign up from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Feb. 18
in room 1020 of the Administration Building.
* * * *
.F.C. To Hold Registration

Coeds, Men
May Attend
BridgeNights
Union, League Games
To Offer Competition
For City Card Sharks
Union . . .
Campus bridge fans will have a
chance to show their skill this
week at the Union Bridge Night
planned for 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union.
Both students and townspeople
are welcome at this meeting, one
of a series of tournaments held
every Wednesday night.
Prizes are given to the two win-
ning teams. Among those award-
ed last semester was a free pass
to the Union Little Club. Only
one woman numbered among the
tournament winners last semes-
ter.
Chairmen Bob Hardies and Her-
bert Lavine have thrown out a
challenge to all women bridge
players to come and try to raise
the average.
* *-*
League..
At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow a Dupli-
cate Bridge Tournament will be
featured at the League.
This weekly tournament is also
open to the whole city as well as
all campus students.
Played under rules set up by the
American Contract Bridge Lea-
gue, those who participate in the
tournament build up points to-
ward prizes in regional, state and
national competitions.
In a duplicate tournament, all
hands are dealt before play be-
gins. Each set of partners then
plays each of these hands.
The couple making the most
points from these previously-de-
termined sets of hands is declared
the winner.
Rubber bridge will also be avail-
able at the League for those who
prefer it.
Every Thursday night the Du-
plicate Bridge Tournament will be
featured at the League.

Several University women were
included among those chosen to
be members of "Mademoiselle"
magazine's national College Board.
Those selected are Diane Deck-
er, Laurie Glazer, Adele Huebner,
Barbara Henkin, Beatrice John-
son and Alice Kepler. Also chosen
were Natasia Meliichuk, Nancy
Washburne, Helene Simon and
Judy Silverman.
In addition, Dorothy Jeanne
Hammett, Donna Hendleman,
Ruth Oldberg and Doris Ruskin
were appointed last year.
The women are among the 700
students who competed with ap-
plicants from colleges all over the
country to win places on the
Board.
As College Board members, they
wil represent their campuses and
report to the magazine on college
life and the college scene.
They will complete three as-
signments which will help them
dei'44 #fl at I
HILLEL-Tryouts for a Hillel-
zapoppin' sketch to be presented
by the independent women will
take place from 3 to 5 p.m. and
7 to 10 p.m. today in the League.
* * *
JGP-There will be a meeting
of the Junior Girls' Play Central
Committee at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the League. All members are re-
quested to attend.
* * *
J.G.P. MAKE-UP-There will
be a meeting of the make-up com-
mittee for J.G.P. at 5 p.m. Friday
in the League. All junior women
interested in working on this com-
mittee are requested to attend the
meeting. The room will be posted
on the bulletin board in the lob-
by of the League.

explore their interests and abil-
ities in writing, editing, fashion
and advertising or art, in com-
petition for one of 20 guest edi-
torships to be awarded by the
magazine at the end of May.
The guest editors will be sent to
New York for four weeks next
June to help write, edit and illus-
trate "Mademoiselle's" 1953 Aug-
ust College Issue. Their transpor-
tation will be paid to and from
New York and they will receive a
regular salary for their work.
In addition to work on the ma-
gazine, guest editors will interview
outstanding men and women in

their chosen fields to help clarify
their career aims, will visit fash-
ion showrooms, publishing houses
and advertising agencies, and will
be the magazine's guests in a
round of party and theatre-going.
Learn Typewriting
Special classes in typewriting,
for personal or office use. Hours
arranged at your convenience.
Day and Evening Classes. Phone
7831 or call at our office for
details. No obligation.
HAMILTON Business College
William at State Ph. 7831

WRITERS

COMPETE

HOME SITES

Coeds Named to Mlle. College Board

I

Many University Professors and employees plan their
homes in this desirable location.
Large 65 foot lots, ten minutes from the campus,
with Ann Arbor city water, sewer and facilities.
Priced at $1200, plus assessments, up. See these
lots at Huron River Hill Subdivision, located Pontiac
at Wagner and Brookside. Call 2-0219 for further
information or appointment.

For Spring Rush Program

Men interested in participating.
in Fraternity Rushing may sign
up for the rushing program from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday until Feb. 18 in room 1020
of the Administration Building.
There will be no fee charged to
rushees signing up for the I.F.C.
program.
Badminton Club
Will Reorganize
Both beginning and advanced
players are invited to attend the
reorganizational meeting of the
Badminton Club at 7:15 p.m. to-
day in Barbour.
Membership in the club, one of
eight co-recreational clubs spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation, is open to both men and
women.

WHILE FILLING out forms to
register, rushees will receive pam-
phlets on fraternity life and in-
formation about the University
rushing program.
Rushing counselors will be on
hand to help rushees sign up in
room 1020, the office of William
Zerman, counselor to fraterni-
ties.
Rushing, counselors will also be
available from 3-5 p.m. Monday
through Friday in room 3-C of the
Union, the I.F.C. offices, to answer
questions and give further infor-
mation about the rushing system.
* * *
THE OFFICIAL I.F.C. rushing
period will begin Sunday and end
March 1. The fraternity houses on
campus will hold Open houses on
Sunday and Monday for all rush-
ees. No invitation is needed to at-
tend these open houses.
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Union Ballroom the I.F.C. will
hold, its semi-annual mass
rushees meeting. University and
I.F.C. officials along with cam-
pus leaders will be present to
answer questions concerning the
University rushing program.
Slides of fraternity houses and
I.F.C. activities will be shown at
the meeting that will give a gen-
eral explanation of the I.F.C. or-
ganization.
Residing over the mass rushees'
meeting will be rushing chairmen
C. A. Mitts, '54 and Bill Capitan.
'54.
Over 200 men have signed up for
the rushing program so far an-
nounced the I.F.C. office today.

11

BOARD OF REPS-There will
be no Board of Representatives
meeting today.
* * *
FROSH WEEKEND-Members
of last year's Frosh Weekend cen-
tral committee will speak to fresh-
men women at 10:30 p.m. tonight
in each women's dormitory about
petitioning and duties of central
committee chairmen.
All freshmen interested in peti-
tioning are invited to attend.

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