100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 10, 1954 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1954-03-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 1

Chairman, Directors Coordinate
All Phases of JGP Production

Elena Nikolaidi Will Appear)
At Hill Concert Friday Night'

'U' Groups To Initiate Pool Today

By JOY STANLEA

Ti

Coordinating the script, scenery,
costumes and lyrics into a polish-
ed production of the 1954 Junior
Girls' Play is the time-consuming
job of three coeds, Lois Klein, gen-
eral chairman, Jill Coleman, di-
rector and Mimi Buck, assistant
director.
Lois, who as general chairman
must be familiar with all phases
of the work of production, is a
junior in the literar college, ma-
joring in fine arts.
Her particular interest is in the
history of art and she hopes to do
educational lecture work in a mu-
seum after her graduation next
year.
As a freshman, she was floor-
show chairman of Frosh Weekend
and was elected to Alpha Lambda
Delta, freshman honorary society
of which she is now vice-president.
In her sophomore year, Lois
worked on Soph Cab as the
script chairman and was tapped
for Wyvern, junior honorary so-
ciety.
Any spare time she may have
this year from her studies and
duties with JGP is devoted to her
job as president of Alpha Epsilon
Phi.
Jill, who as director of the pro-
duction presides over all the re-
nearsals, also ended up writing
the script after confusion during
the summer left the central com-
mittee with nothing more than the
basic idea.
Following this main theme,
she spent Christmas vacation
this year writing a new plot for
the production which emerged
as 'Tickled Pink.'
A junior in the School of Social
Work who is minoring in creative
writing, Jill hopes to work for a
year after graduation and then
come back to do graduate work in
social work unless a good oppor-
tunity for a writing job presents
itself. -
A great deal of experience in
campus activities preceded her job
with JGP. As a freshman she was

--Daily-Betsy Smith
JGP-Jill Coleman, director and Mimi Buck, assistant director are
looking over the script for the 1954 JGP, 'Tickled Pink' which will
be presented March 18, 19 and 20 at the League.

Admitting she superstitiously
considers her success & result of
luck, Elena Nikolaidi, Greek con-
tralto, will appear Friday at Hill
Auditorium.
Justifying her superstition in the
fact that the ancient Greeks con-
sulted the Oracle, Miss Nikolaidi
attributes much of her success to
certain signs and portents.
* * *
ON NEW YEAR'S Day, 1936, her
first omen of good luck occurred.
Traditionally, the Greeks have a
celebration and feast on the first
day of the new year.
The festivities end in the cut-
ting of a large cake in which a
coin is hidden. The one who re-
ceives the slice containing the
coin is assured of good luck.
That year the young singer got
the slice and a few weeks later she
was chosen by the Greek govern-
ment to go to Vienna to study on
a scholarship.
ALSO IN the same year, she won
an international voice competi-
tion in Vienna and was selected
by Bruno Walter to join the Vi-
enna State Opera Company.
Late in 1948, Miss Nikolaidi
came to America for the first
time.
As she came down the gang-
plank to enter New York, as play-
ing card fell at her feel, face
down. Timidly picking it up, be-
cause if it had been a spade it
would have meant the worst of
luck, she discovered the luckiest
card there is, the king of hearts.
* * *
HAVING AS strong an interest
for home-making as she has for
singing, she is married to Thanos
Mellos.
Both studied at an Athens
conservatory, and were married
soon after they graduated.
Mellos, a baritone, accompan-
ied his wife to Vienna where she
was signed by the Vienna State
Opera.
* * *
AS THE OPERA company pro-
hibited the signing of husband and
wife at the same time, he became

I

Women's new pool will be in-
itiated from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to-
day.
Campus organizations invited to
the initiation by Dr. Margaret Bell,
Chairman of the Physical Educa-
tion Dept. for women, include the
League Board, WAA Board, house
athletic managers, Michifish, phy-
sical education majors and the
physical education staff.
* * *
GUESTS ARE requested to bring
their own bathing suits and caps
as only a few cotton suits are avail-
able at the pool and wool suits
cannot be worn. Swimmers are to
go to the main desk in the lobby
from where they will be directed
to the locker rooms.

the official dedication of the pool,
and for the Union open house to
be held March 13th.
FROM THE lounge on the sec-
ond floor spectators have access
to the gallery which has a seat-
ing capacity of 700. The lounge
where the furniture will be ar-
ranged in small groups, will serve
as a meeting place for groups plan-
ning activities.
Later today at the new build-
ing, the official University blaz-
ers will be shown. From 5 to 6
p.m. coeds will try on the blazers
of charcoal, grey, white or navy
blue, with shorts and skirts.
This is the first time a Univer-
sity group has sold the blazers,
and proceeds from the selling of
the $22 and $26 jackets will go to
the Women's Athletic .Association.
The jackets can easily be com-
bined with any sports outfit and
can be worn throughout the year.
A Michigan crest on one of the
three patch pockets, matches the

ELENA NIKOLAIDI

Locker rooms are equipped
with full length mirrors and hair
dryers. Adjoining the locker
rooms are shower stalls and foot
baths.
Classes will be held after the
initiation, and groups such as the
Michifish will start practice. The
Michifish will put on a show for

floor show chairman of Frosh
Weekend and also appeared in
Gulantics.
Last year Jill, who is affiliated
with Pi Beta Phi, put her tal-
ents to work as general chair-
man of Soph Cab.
Mimi, who assists with the work
of directing the production, is a
junior in the literary college, ma-
joring in speech.
Her extra-curricular activities
have included serving as program
chairman of Frosh Weekend and
assistant booths chairman of Soph
Cab and working with the Gul-
antics committee this year.
Affiliated with Gamma Phi
Beta, Mimi is also a member of
Alpha Lambda Delta and Wy-
vern.

Other members of the central
committee for JGP, which will be
presented March 18, 19 and 20 at
t h e League, include H e l e n
Schwartz and Priscilla Miley, se-
cretaries and Jane Kohr and Jo-
anne Lichty, dance chairmen.
The list continues with Nancy
Bennett and Linda Huntington,
make-up; Virginia Reubene, mu-
sic; Linda Beck, choral director;
Sue Fricker and Alice Robertson,
properties; Barbara Uebel and Jo
Decker, stage managers and Pa-
tricia Leroy, programs.
Also serving on the central com-
mittee are Nan Swinehart and
Charlotte Carter, publicity and
Susan Stewart and Ann Mercer,
tickets and ushers.

a teacher and coach, giving up
his professional career for his wife.
He now devotes much of his
time to managing her musical
affairs and helping to raise their
son, Michos.
Speaking three languages, Ger-
man, Greek and English, Michos
loves to hear his mother sing.
A combination of Greek and
American dishes is served in the
Mellos household. When Miss Ni-
kolaidi has time she does her own
cooking, specializing in dishes of
her homeland.
Fresh squid is one of her favor-
ites, fried and served with lemon.
A variation of an established fa-
vorite, she finds her recipe for
Greek meat balls is especially po-
pular in America.
Miss Nikolaidi regards her tal-
ent as a God-given gift which she
must employ to its fullest for the
enjoyment and enrichment of
others. If her singing has not
quite measured up to her own
standards, she has been heard to
criticize herself as she leaves the
stage.
deADV ENT URE m1WY r-a
-E EUROPE, 60 Days, $490
- (al expense incl steamer)
Bicycle, Faltboot, Ski,
Motor, Rail. Also Latin
America, West, Orient.
TRAVE L - -
Around the World, $995 all
expense. Low cost trips to
every corner of the globe.
Congenial groups for
those who wish to get
off the beaten track
even trips for
explorers.
"~STU DY EE$pecial Groups
LANGUAGES, ART, DANCE, MUSIC.
See,fore College Credit. Some
Spend Less scholarships available.
Your Travel Agent or
a. Students International
Travel A514 lotion
545 FIFTIIAVE., gEW YORK 17".MU 2.6544

PIG SKIN
glove leathers;

piping arund the collar and lapel
and front of the jacket.
Sales will take place Monday
and Tuesday at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. A downpayment of
$5 is necessary, the remainder to
be payed when jackets are re-
ceived. Alterations will be done free
of charge.
The many facilities of the new
pool include a public address sys-
tem which can be heard both
above and below the water and
spotlights which focus on the
three foot and ten foot diving
boards.
LADIES'
hAIRSTYLING
No Appointments Needed
4 STYLISTS
"Come as you are."
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

sY OLDMAINE
HANDSEWN VAMP ORIGINALS)
1 95
The smart set's raving about
...:..: .:them. They're as luxurious
and soft as good pigskin gloves.
And speaking of softness, these
::t :.:, have the "Arch Triumphant"
for cushion-y support. Only a
few steps in these and you'll
experience complete comfort.

1e
e
e
r

m

3

'y vfl%.$ . . v S..vn,. .ma : 'wA....a....... A"yv.:::"+y".'";'R-};Y Y.:;{:.".:::y."r " " ::."r:.:"}"".:"4.:".a:.S .i4:'.";"4:4"" r'":}i{r.:
} , \,y.:' ++ r ~. \' : d-... . :f"JSA.a:. Jf:.:1 !V'J.!h ' J'{Y1' "
..: 4 .M D.:h~it" a vb ^2+~v.' itw...,. . . . ..=. . . . . . . . . ....".v.5w:. v .5...7i.*.'n:::'.. 'A.r''"': i'"X1iSs siSria\f: 77~r4 i:eis':A;. }S ;ra}S

.
I.
:.
4.

.9 C.
A' 4
4.,.,
/{ b V
V
O'
t ..

You cant Can-mCan!l
IN A FRON-FRON PETTICOAT
makes your prettiest skirts outstanding
-r Nylon taffetas, embossed cottons
with fron-fron ruffles, from $5.95
Crinolenes and cottons from $2.95

rrr. yar ,i
6i'k4" .
', .+
{
;:;
<:
r:
e:
+::
p' "
f:
J.'r
LAfiA': :
\ti
f.
:{ti
l.
r¢Lr- :
x 1
1t 1
Jai.
!,
ti
:
f' .
:'
."
' {.}
'
it}:
Z'."i
J.ti
S:":
' l
.1
. 1

jl cn'66 Cainpu4

_.-a

I

I

I'

t
r

Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday
9:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.

Just off South U.
ON FOREST

,. 1S...1... . '"}:.":1......... ..,.1.....v{<"'::;;:'1:................... .
....:. :Vf.":1U1:.:Y..: ..h ..1:t1.. "1.: .. h.....r..1 ..1:....:". ..... . .
l-

FOR SPRING
Saddles ...
Loafers ...

BLUE, TAN, or BLACK & WHITE

JGP-The central committee of
J.G.P. will meet at 8:30 p.m. today
at the League.
JUNIOR PANHEL-Nancy Rein,
secretary of the League, will speak
to pledges and new initiates on
League activities at 4:30 p.m. to-
day in the League. Her talk will
be part of the regular meeting of
the Junior Panhellenic Association.
All members are requested to at-
tend.
WAA BOWLING-The follow-
ing matches are scheduled for
Thursday: At 4:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Hobbs House; Alpha Chi
Omega vs. Alpha Chi Omega; at
7:15 p.m. - Jordan (Pearlman)
vs. Alpha Gamma Delta; Tyler
(Klame) also plays.
* * *
FROSH WEEKEND - Maize
Team floorshow committee for
Frosh Weekend will meet frotn 4:30
to 5:30 p.m. today at Helen New-
berry Residence. All interested in
working backstage the nights of
April 16 and 17 are urged to at-
tend the meeting.
The publicity committee of the
Blue Team will meet at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in Room 3B in the Union.
All those interested are invited to
attend.
MICHIGRAS-House presidents
are requested to return ticket-
worker lists for Michigras to the
Michigras Room in the Union by
5 p.m. Monday. Students may sign
up for one of four shifts on Fri-
day, April 23 or Saturday, April
24. Everyone is urged to help with
the ticket booths for this state-
wide carnival.
Want to travel
and stud
abroad?
Take a university-sponsored
tour via TWA this summer
and earn full college credit
while you travel
Visit the countries of your choice
...study from 2 to 6 weeks at a
foreign university. You can do both
on one trip when you arrange a uni.
versity-sponsored tour via TWA.
Itineraries include countries in
Europe, the Middle East, Asia and
Africa. Special study tours available.

with cigarettes
'No -guessing9 g our brQand-
When luckies afsmoother smoke.
A cleaner t fresher, g mrandmoe
A taste that's really g
Phi, W. Elder
Oklahoma University

When you come right down to it, you
smoke for one simple reason... enjoy-
ment. And smoking enjoyment is all a
matter of taste. Yes, taste is what counts
in a cigarette. And Luckies taste better.
Two facts explain why Luckies taste
better. First, L.S./M.F.T.-Lucky Strike
means fine tobacco ...light, mild, good-
tasting tobacco. Second, Luckies are ac-
tually made better to taste better .. .
always round, firm, fully packed to draw
freely and smoke evenly.
So, for the enjoyment you get from
better taste, and only from better taste,
Be Happy-Go Lucky. Get a pack or a
carton of better-tasting Luckies today.

MATE O TST

1

dye often been clan p esient!
I'm +called a real gocy ete+
My brand is atw81i5.Lusttsebte
Why$ucks,the u~~bt0
Barnesd C11e*,

A:

Flats..
by
OF
DUNMORE

oil

A

7

$/,95
r

$795

$895

W-

illl

lii' IIIF

I t pna nvy . cr of LUCKY . ....I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan