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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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LIFE AT MICHIGAN:
Dean Bacon Takes Tour;
Addresses Alumnae Clubs

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A speaking tour was scheduled
on Dean Deborah Bacon's calen-
der for last week-end and early
this week.
Flying to Washington, D.C., ear-
ly Saturday, Dean Bacon talked
to the Michigan Alumnae Club
there. Following that speech she
continued to Philadelphia on Dec.
8 and on Tuesday she addressed
the Alumnae Club in Pittsburgh,
Pa.
- *
THE SPEECHES given to Mich-
igan Alumnae Clubs in each city
were modified to suit each audi-
ence.
For the most part Dean Bacon
attempted to bring older Michi-
,gan alumnae up to date in the
changes which have taken place
on the campus since the time
of their school days, perhaps
fifteen years ago.
Such things as dates, new hours
and the things that Michigan
women are now interested in were

compared with University wom-
en's interests a number of years
previous to 1952.
IN PHILADELPHIA and Pitts-
burgh Dean Bacon had groups of
high school girls in her audience.
These were girls who are interest-
ed in coming to the University or
who have already signed up to
continue their education here.
The types of academic lines
available for women at Michi-
gan were especially emphasized
in the Dean's talk to such
groups. She mentioned such
fields as the school of nursing,
medical technology, physical
therapy, and business adminis-
tration.
Dean Bacon feels that many
high school girls are not aware of
the opportunities offered to wom-
en by the university along the ac-
ademic and professional lines.
A picture of life here on cam-
pus was included in the speeches
to the Michigan Alumnae Clubs
who had the high school girls as
guests. The Dean discussed clothes
worn by Michigan women, and also
told the girls about orientation
week, hours and many ,campus
traditions.
One thing, stated Dean Bacon,
that she wished to get over is the
fact that life at Michigan is a
little less like a Hollywood movie
and more like every day life than
many have pictured it. The main
thought she wanted to leave the
girl.,with is the admonition "not
to worry."
Pie Custom
The number of mince pies a per-
son tastes at Christmas is sup-
posed to indicate the number of
happy months he'll have during
the coming year, according to an
old English belief.

Conference
To Promote
U.S. Livi'ng
Nationwide Program
Is Christmas Venture
In World Friendship
Four students have been granted
scholarships to attend the Christ-
mas Adventure in World Under-
standing Dec. 23 to Jan. 1 at East
Lansing.
This nationwide program will
bring together hundreds of Amer-
ican and foreign students for the
purpose of extending the foreign
students' understanding of Ameri-
can customs, folkways and living
standards.
Awarded $50 scholarships,
Hatim As-Sahab and Anastas
Sarjo, engineering students from
Iraq, B. V. Govindaraj of India
and Jose Mora from Nicaragua
will take part in a busy pro-
gram
Scheduled activities include lec-
tures, interviews and seminars
with noted American and Foreign
personalities from government
and education.
Such men as U.N. delegates Sir
Gladwyn Jebb and Charles Malik
and Walter Reuther, Eric John-
son, Paul Hoffman and John Han-
na will be on hand to speak and
lead discussions.
To vary the agenda, many so-
cial events have also been
scheduled. College representa-
tives will become better ac-
quainted with each other at
Christmas parties, concerts and
sightseeing tours.
Anyone interested in attending
this affair along with the scholor-
ship winners should contact the
International Center not later
than Dec. 15.
The registration fee for this
conference is $80.

The University Women's Glee
Club will present a joint concert
with Arts Chorale at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Hill Auditorium.
Opening the program with "Re-
gina Coeli" by Lotti, the music
group will feature the story of
Christmas in a group of songs.
* * *
"THE MORNING Star" by Pra-
etorius, and "While Shepherds
Watched Their Flocks By Night"
will tell the story of the shep-
herds.
Continuing their musical nar-
ration, the two groups will then
sing "The Snow" by Edward
Elgar, "Through the Dark The
Dreamers Came" by Mabel Dan-
iels and "Magnificat" by Ralph
Vaughan Williams.
The contralto solo in the "Mag-
nificat" will be sung by Arlene Sol-

ChristnasStory" will be presented
by a guest trio made up of mem-
bers on the faculty of the School
of Music.
A trio will include Prof. Har-
old Haugh, singing tenor, Nor-
ma Heyde, soprano, and Prof.
Phillip Duey, singing bass. Duey
is the director of the Men's Glee
Club.
Marilyn Mason Brown at the
organ and William Doppman at
the harpsichord will accompany
the group.
* * *
THE ORCHESTRA for the joint

concert will be made up of mem-
bers from the faculty and stu-
dents.
As a special feature, 16th cen-
tury recorders will be played by
Prof. Williams Stubbins and
Nelson Hauenstein both of the
School of Music.
Prof. Maynard Klein will con-
duct the joint concert.
This is the first year that the
Arts Chorale and. the Women's
Glee Club have joined together to
present a Christmas program.
There will be no admission
charged for the concert.

Arts Chorale, Women's Glee Club
To Present Christmas Program

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RIFLE CLUB - Practice ses-
sions for members of the wom-
en's Rifle Club will be held as
usual for the remainder of the
week. All practices will then be
canceled until after Christmas va-
cation.
JGP - Tryouts for the annual
production of the Junior Girls'
play will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.
and 7 to 10 p.m. today in the
League.
All junior women who were un-
able to attend the mass meeting
last Thursday are urged to sign
up for various JGP committees in
the undergraduate office in the
League.

* * *
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Kris Kringle is not a German
term for Santa Claus. The name is
a modification of "Kristkind,"
who according to German legend,
is a white-robed angel-a mes-
senger of the Infant Jesus, bring-
ing gifts to children.
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