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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1953

T'RE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Men's Glee Club Will Perform

Group Plans
Annual Sing
Tomorrow
Concluding their performances
for the year, the Men's Glee Club
will present their 95th annual
spring concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow
at Hill Auditorium.
"Laudes Atque Carmina" by
Stanley will open the program, as
it has traditionally started every
Glee Club concert since 1899.
GEORGE HELLWORTH, bari-
tone, will sing "Music Will Calm
Thee" from Rodelinda by Handel,
followed by the full Glee Club
presenting "Wondrous Eyes" by
Caccini and the "Echo Song" by
Lasso.
Specially arranged by Prof.
Duey, director of the Glee Club,
the group will feature Handel's
"Hallelujah Amen" from Judas
Maccabeus.
Taking the stage will be Russell
Christopher, baritone, who will of-
fer "Come Let's Be Merry," Ros-
sini's "Largo al Factotum," from
"Barber of Seville" and "Shad-
rack."
CONTINUING THE list is "Song
of Joy" and Palmgren's "North-
ern Lights," by the Glee Club, an
Irish folk song, "Eileen" sung by
Robert McGrath, tenor and
"Country Fair," featuring David
Calahan, tenor, and the Novel-
aires.
After intermission, the Glee
Club will. present a Gershwin
Medley, arranged by Prof. Duey,
Following the Gershwin Medley,
the program features selections
by the Novelaires, male quartet,
who will announce their own num-
bers.
For their final selection the

a the OILE
By SHIRLEY BLOOM
As exam time quickly approaches most residences are taking ad-
vantage of this last opportunity to hold a party remembered until
September.
The Alpha Rho Chi House will be transformed into a huge the-
atre tonight as actors and actresses of past and present years will
mingle with one another backstage at their "The Play is the Thing'
costume ball.
Sailors and their short-skirted girl friends will be in evidence
bending over gambling tables at a "waterfront and French casino"
party at the Chi Phi house.
The Delta Gamma's will be dancing on moonlight decks to-
night to the music of Paul McDonough at their spring formal,
while Johnny Harberd's orchestra will render musical selections
at Delta Kappa Epsilon's pledge formal.
Pagoda's, chinese dragons and lanterns will set the scene for
Martha Cook's "oriental garden" formal.
Theta Chi couples will be spinning platters, while Tau Delta Phi
men 'are holding a dance in honor of their graduating members.
Inhibitions will be thrown to the winds as Tau Kappa Epsilon
couples atten da "come not as you are but as you wish you were" party.
Phi Gamma Delta men are busy sewing last minutes stitches
on the grass skirts which will adorn their dates to the "Fiji Grass
Skirt Formal."
In celebration of their 30th Anniversary, Sigma Alpha Mu has
invited all their alumni up for agala weekend. Tonight a stag dinner
will be followed by a "USA Tour" house party. Tomofrow afternoon a
picnic is on the agenda, while in the evening a dinner and formal
dance will take place.
A picnic complete with steaks will be awaiting Hayden House men,
while Gomberg House will be spending tomorrow afternoon at the
Fresh Air Camp.
"Tangier's, City of Sin" wil be transplanted to the Alpha Epsilon
Pi House as "international degenerates" make their appearance in the
smoke-filled opium den.
Beta Theta Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi couples will be relaxing
an casual .nrnrd d A0 n ,cs while Cnnle H ulse is anannrin, u a hu c

Michif ishes
Will swim
WAA Club TO Present
'Aqua-demics' Show
Using torches, illuminous props
and colorful costumes, Michifish
members will culminate a year of
preparations with their annual
spring program to be held at 7:15
p.m. tonight at the IM building.
Open to the public free of
charge, the WAA club's program
will run through life at the Uni-
versity, reviewing both the aca-
demic and social picture.
"Aqua-demics" will begin with
the synchronized swimmers enter-
ing school ,their freshman year.
Getting right down to class
work, impressions of psychology
will be presented by Marge Lord
and Mary Crouch.
"Take Me Out To The Ball
Game" will set the mood for the
"Phys Ed" number performed by
Clare Shephard, Margaret Heath,
Judy Akorn, Martha Sanders,
Martha Baker, Janet Netzer, Joey
Vorhous, Rosemarie Saffron, and
Mary Streib.
Swimmers strolling in the Arb
will don flashlights on their wrists
while performing underwater.
Another unusual number entitled
"Anthropology" will be given with
lighted torches to the background
music of the "Ritual Fire Dance."
Formations will also depict the
"Marching Band," "Blue Book
Blues," "Dramatics," "Astrono-
my," "French," "Spanish," and
"Music."
As the finale all members of
Michifish will demonstrate their
skills to the music of Pomp and
Circumstance.

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SPRING SING-Prof. Philip Duey directs the Men's Glee Club
who will present their annual spring concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow
in Hill Auditorium. Reservations for the concert can be picked
up at the Hill A'uditorium box office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
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Climaxing International Week,
International Ball, to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the
Union Ballroom, has been plan-
ned around a "Cosmopolitan
Night"vtheme.
Native costumes and a floor-

Glee Club will sing a group of show presented by several national
University songs________ groups will provide a foreign at-
mosphere for couples attending
The the all-campus semi-formal.
"EASY DO" HA IRC UT Bringing "the language and mu-
sic of five continents" to Ann Ar-
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Aided by the lyrics of vocalist picnic at West Park tomorrow.
Liz Palmer, the group will "give "Take one" will be the slogan
out" with Latin American num- souvenier of the Delta Upsilon
bers, and also "hits" from the pledge formal from a giant grab-
continent and this country. bag of favors.
Entering the Ballroom through A roast beef dinner, orchid cour-
ta model of the Taj Mahal, couples sages and the Freshman Quartet
attending the ball will see before will for mthe high spots of the Phi
them Mount Fujiyama complete Chi formal, while Jim Tatum and
with cottages and flowers typical his jazz band will be playing for
of Japan. many a hobo as Phi Sigma Kappa
Native songs and dances, done stages a "Bowery Ball."
in traditional costume, will be Portage Lake will provide the
f e a t u r e d during intermission. background for a Psi Omega out-
Member groups of the Interna- ing, while Prescott House has
tional Students Association will scheduled an open-house from 2
provide floorshow talent. to 5 p.m.
Opening with "Sowa Sowa Cooley hats and chop sticks
dance" presented by the Philip- rvehas remembrancsof
pine Michigan club, the program the Sigma Delta Tau "Chinese"
will continue with songs by the party. Marty Greenwald and his
Emcee Gre Zotadorchestra attired in cooley hats
Emcee George Zotiades will next and kimonas, chinese food and
introduce two members of the menus will add to the "oriental"
India Students Association, who! atmosphere.
will offer a "Harvest Folk Dance."
Israeli national songs played on The "Isle of Enchantment" is
the accordian by Yoram Goren, being brought to the Phi Rho
followed by a dance under the Sigma House in honor of their
direction of the Japanese Students graduating seniors. Decorations
Club is next on the agenda. will follow the South Sea theme,
Guitar music, Spanish style, while orchid leis from Hawaii andj
sponsored by the Sociedad His-' sea shells from the West Coast will4
panica will precede the final num- remind guests of their brief jour-
ber, a folk dance performed by ney.I
four members of the Ukranian Sunday, Alpha Gamma Delta
Students Club. women will entertain their moth-
Profits from this year's Inter- ers at a dinner at a local restau-
national Ball, as in previous years, rant, followed by entertainment
at the Union. and music at the house.
will go into the Emergency Fund. Cookouts are being planned for
for Foreign Students. Sunday afternoon by Alice Lloyd
Tickets for the ball, priced at and Tyler House women, while an
$3 per couple, will be sold today open house at Victor Vaughan
on the Diagonal. They will also will end this week's as well as this
be available from 1 to 5 p.m. in term's list of residence sponsored
the Administration Building and social events.

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DANCE CONCERT
Saturday Night, May 16
Pattengill Auditorium, Ann Arbor High School
8:00 P.M.
Admission 50c
Tickets on sale at door on evening of performance.
. . . Featuring . .
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Modern Dance Club of the University of Michigan
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