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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Joint

Glee

Club

Concert

To

Provide

Varied

Program

Tomorrow

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Ticket Sales
To Continue
Until Show
Ticket sales for the joint Michi-
gan-Cornell Men's Glee Club con-
cert, to be given at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow at Hill Auditorium, will
continue until showtime.
The box office at Hill will be
open today from 10 a.m. until 5
p.m. It will reopen at 9 a.m. to-
morrow and remain open up to
curtain time.
Harmonizing for the evenings
performance will be the Michigan
men who will open their half of
the program with "Laudes Atque
Carmina" by A. A. Stanley. In this
invocation, which the Men's Glee
club has used for the last four
years, the singers implore, the
Muses to aid them in singing.
Michigan's baritone soloist, Rob-
ert Elson, will present "Music Will
Calm Thee' by Handel as the sec-
opd number on the program.
Bob McGrath, tenor; Dave Cala-
han, second tenor; Dick Frank,
baritone; and Ara Berberian, bass,
compose the Novelaires, who will
appear on stage singing a number
of popular pieces. This quartet was
last year's Gulantics winners and
sang for Varsity Night this year.
The club will sing a number,
"Woman In The Shoe," made fa-
mous in 1933 by the Reveler's
Quartet. This piece was often re-
quested of the men in the Quar-
tet, who were Philip Duey, pro-
fessor of voice in the School of

Campus Parties To Honor Cornell Visitors, Vocalist

By NAN PERRIN
The election returns are in, and
so are the Republicans; and once
again the campus settles down to
a weekend of victory and/or defeat
parties and football.
Besides the many visitors arriv-
ing from Cornell, the Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon Fraternity will enter-
tain Rosemary Clooney's sister,
Betty Clooney, nightclub song-
stress and TV performer, tomor-
row.
* * *

theme, cariied out with appropri-
ate decorations, will be the "Cor-
nell Blow-out."
A Millionaire's Party will be
on tap at the Tau Delta Phi
house tomorrow evening. The
house will be decorated like the
inside of a swank New York
night club, and "Music by Mit-
chell" will be the featured at-
traction.
The Chi Phi's will be kept busy
tomorrow with an open house aft-
er the game, buffet dinner, and
Band Dance later in the evening
featuring the music of Johnny
Harberd. The , Cornell broth-
ers, who will be coming down, and
especially Dick Whalen, captain
of the Cornell team, will be guest
of honor.

AN ARMISTICE Day theme will
be carried out at the ZBT house
tomorrow night. Sand bags, barbed
wire, machine guns, and other
light touches will carry out the
patriotic atmosphere.
Kappa Delta plans a tea Sun-
day afternoon to honor their
new house mother, Mrs. Ruth
File. All campus house mothers
and presidents are invited.
A Band Dance will be spotlight-
ed at the Phi Psi house tomorrow
night featuring the music of Don
Haas and his orchestra. Shrimp
cocktails will be number one on
the refreshment list, in honor of
the Cornell brothers who plan to
come down for the game.
* * *
ADPI WILL hold a hayride to-

night at the Huron River Stables.
Square dancing, toasting marsh-
mallows, and just plain relaxing
after the ride will complete the
evening's activities.
A band dance featuring the
music of Don Kenney and his
orchestra will be on tap at the
SAE house tomorrow evening, to
honor the Cornell chapter.
Zeta Psi's are planning dinner at
the house after the game tomor-
row, and a band dance later in
th6 evening highlighted by the
music of Hugh Jackson and his
orchestra.
* * *
EARL PEARSON will be fea-

tured at the Sigma Nu house to-
morrow evening, at a party in hon-
or of the visiting Cornell brothers.
The Alpha Xi's pledge party
will take place at the house to-
night. Large outlines of the
pledge pinwith thebpledges
names on them, and big sister
paddles will spbtlight the deco-
rations.
Mel Sachs and his orchestra
will be the featured attraction at
the Alpha Sigma Phi house to-
morrow evening at a casual party
for members and their dates.
An after-game band dance will
take place at the Sig Chi house
tomorrow, featuring the music of
Paul Root and his orchestra.

QUARTET-The Novelaires, Bob McGrath, Dave Calahan, Dick
Frank and Ara Berberian, will again appear before campus show-
goers. Winners of Gulantics last year, the well-known quartet
will add variety to the Cornell-Michigan Men's Glee Club Concert
at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium.
* * * * *

Music and director of the Men's
Glee Club; Frank Black and James
Melon, now a Star of the Metro-.
politan Opera.
Two Michigan men will appear
as soloists, Bob McGrath, singing
an Irish folk song, "Eileen"
and Russell Christopher, offering
"Shadirack" written by Robert
MacGimsez.

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A traditional American folk song
will be the next number on the
program. "Clementine" will be
sung by the entire group. Follow-
ing this is to be an arrangement
by Mel Torme of "County Fair."
Five favorite Michigan songs
will complete the Michigan part
of, the program.
Cornell will be given the open-
ing spot on tomorrow's program
and will put visitors in an "at
home" atmosphere as they open
with a medley of songs of Cornell,
"Strike up a Song." Another Cor-
nell number will be sung by Ed-
win Gibson, one of the featured so-
loists from Cornell.
The evening will continue withj
the Cornell men singing "My Heart
is Victorious," by Giacomo Caris-
simi; "More Was Lost At Mohacs
Field," by F. Korbay, and "Finicu-
li, Finicula" by Luigi Denza.
Varying Cornell's program will
be the Cayuga's Waiters, a triple
quartet. This group, comparable
to the "Wiffenpoofs" of Yale, sing
light, modemn numbers, Negro
spirituals, semi-classical and show
music.

VOTED "The girl we'd most like
to be serenaded by" Betty will be
escorted to the game by the SAE
members and will sit with them
in section 24.
After the game she will be
presented with a special plaque
by the fraternity and will be
guest of honor on a local radio
broadcast.
The Cornell-Michigan concert
tomorrow evening promises to be
one of the weekend's biggest so-
cial events. Alpha Tau Omega,
Delta Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
DU, Theta Chi, and Sigma Alpha
Mu plan to hold casual record
dances and buffet dinners after
the concert.
THE PHI SIGMA Delta house
will be the scene of an Indoor Arb
Party come tomorrow night. The
brothers plan to move trees,
bushes, dead leaves, and small
birds into the living room to cre-
ate the proper atmosphere.
Kappa Sigma plans a record
dance tomorrow evening which
will be highlighted by pledge
stunts guaranteed to entertain.
Fathers Weekend will be cele-
brated this weekend at the Gam-
ma Phi and Chi Omega houses.
Fathers and daughters will go to
the game tomorrow afternoon,
have dinner at the house after the
game, and round out the evening
by attending the Cornell concert.
* * *..
THETA DELTA Chi is planning
a band dance tomorrow evening
featuring the music of Paul Mc-
Donough and his orchestra. The

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* * *
BOWLING CLUB-First in a se-
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* * *
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