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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY _ -.__, .SEPTEMBER-2_. 1952...fa

MSC Rooters
Complacent
Over Victory
(Continued from Page 1)
Attempts to form a huge "Block
M'" met brief success in the
irst quarter but looked better by
contrast with a feeble MSC at-
empt to stage a "Block 'S'" on
;he other side. Wolverine club
spokesmen claimed they were
'satisfied" with results of the
"M section though many seniors
grumbled about having to give up
choice seats for the section.
As the second half wore on, not
een the high-caliber football on
he field was able to prevent a
teadily swelling trickle of specta-
ors from filing toward exits, ack-
nowledging the handwriting on the
walls.
A strangely quiet mob of over
7,000 close-packed fans streamed
rom the stadium, repairing brisk-
y to restaurants, taverns and the
highways. By mid-evening traffic
noved briskly on all routes leav-
ng the city, but lqcal pubs were
ammed to the doors with beer-
bibbers.
The apparently broken tradition
>f fierce rivalry when the Big 'M'
neet 'the Spartans was not the
ole tradition which bit the grid
urf yesterday.
And despite a rubble of fifths
and pints left in the wake of root-
rs, there seemed to be none of
he traditionally bellicose and be-
uddled drunks of yesteryear.
About the closest thing to a
Irunken challenge in what was
argely a day of good will came
vhen four MSC fans staggered
round the Michigan 20 yard line
t the game's close and warbled
hat they didn't "give a damn
or the whole University," explain-
rg somewhat unnecessarily that
we're from MSC."

DOOR TO DOOR CANVASS:
'U' Students to Help Get Out City Vote

More than 100 students will
start a door-to-door canvass at
1:30 p.m. today to urge residents
of Ann Arbor and vicinity to reg-
ister for the national election.
Sponsored by the Student Chap-
ter of the Citizens for Stevenson
club, the drive will continue
through the week with students
ringing doorbells from 1:30 to 6
p.m. daily. The volunteers will
note the houses where residents
have not yet registered, and the
County Registrar will be around
to register the votes later.
Volunteers in the "get-out-the-
vote" movement will meet at 1:30
p.m. today at the League where
transportation will be provided to
take them to their fields of- oper-
ation.
Al Blumrosen, '53L, president
of the Stevenson Club, stressed the
fact that the club, and the drive,
are strictly non-partisan and that
further volunteers are needed.
Interested students may call
30521, Ext. 5821 or 34145, C14, ac-
cording to Blumrosen.
The drive has only a week to be
effective since the city registra-
tion deadline has been set at Oct.
6.
Local registration laws require
that a person be over 21 years old,
six months a resident of Michigan
and 30 days a resident of Ann Ar-
bor, according to City Clerk Fred
Looker.
Students may vote only if they
.can prove intention of permanent
residence here for "an appreciable
length of time," according to Dem-
ocratic candidate for Prosecuting
Attorney Louis C. Andrews. If a
student has no intention of re-
turning home but is undecided
where his future residence will
be, he is generally allowed to vote
in his college town.

Players Call
Tryout for
Coming Year
Anyone who can sing, act, de-
sign sets or do a passing facsimile
of the Highland Fling is needed
for the Student Players coming
production of "Brigadoon."
According to Joseph Gadon, '53,
president of the players, no exper-
ience--only enthusiasm-is neces-
sary. Tryouts for all phases of
drama production, including pro-
motion and costume and set-de-
signing, will be held from 7:30 to
10:30 p.m. tomorrow through Wed-
nesday and 3 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday in the League.
* * *
INTERESTED students will have
a chance to work with a group
which brings current conventional
theater, including dramas and mu-
sical comedies, to campus.
The November production, of
"Brigadoon" will be the second
fantasy on a Scottish theme the
group has presented in their post-
war existence on campus.
According to Gadon, the play
emphasizes mood at the expense
of comedy and achieves the mood
through combination of a ca-
pricious plot, nostalgic Scottish
tunes and strikingly colorful
plaid costuming.
"Brigadoon's" plot involves two
American soldiers who wander in-
to a phantom Scottish village on
the one day out of a century it
awakens. A love interest forces
the Yankee hero to decide between
his unreal "Brigadoon" girl and
the very real outside world.
The production will be directed
by Marie Miller, and choreograph-
ed by Tony Goergilas; The Little
Symphony Orchestra is scheduled
to handle the orchestral score.

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NEW BOOKS IF YOU PREFER
For that hard-to-find textbook
try
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-Daily-Don Campbell
PROSPECTIVE VOTER IS CHECKED ON BY CANVASSER
Campus Calendar-

EVENTS TODAY
OPEN HOUSE-Alpha Rho Chi,
professional fraternity for archi-
tecture students will hold an open
house and exhibition from 5 to 8
p.m.
EVENTS TOMORROW
MAN and SOCIETY-John U
Nef of the University of Chicago
will speak on "War and Human
Progress" at 4:30 p.m. in the Rack-
ham Amphitheater.
S * * * ,
CONCERT-The Summer, Ses-
sion Symphony Orchestra, con-

ducted by Prof. Wayne Dunlap of
the School of Music will perform
at 8:30 in Hill Auditorium.
Soloists at the piano will be Ava
Case and Mary Fishburne.
* * *
COMING EVENTS
THE NEAR EAST-James Ter-
ry Duce, Vice-president of the
Arabian-American Oil Company,
will talk on "The Impact of Oil
on the Near East Economy" at
4:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Rackham
Amphitheater.

322 South State Street

Bob Graham, Mgr.

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