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THE MICHIGAN" DAILY

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Davidson Chorus To Give Concert

'U' Graduate
~Willconduct
Music Group
Under the direction of Prof. Don-
ald Plott, a graduate of the
University, the Davidson College
Male Chorus,; Davidson, N.C., will
present a concert at 4:15 p.m.
Monday in Auditorium A, .Mason
Hall.
This program is sponsored by
the School of Music, Men's Glee
Club and "Michigan Singers."
THE GROUP will also sing from
6:30 to 7 p.m. in the Main Loungue
of West Quadrangle.
While at the University, Prof.
Plott was soloist and student di-
rectori of, the Men's Glee Club
and also served as student di-
rector of the University Choir.
Serving as director of the music
jepartment, Prof. Plott went to
SDavidson from the directorship of
b vocal music at O w o sso High
School.
THE PROGRAM will include
Victoria's "Jesu Dulcis," Hasler's
"Cantato Donino," "Out of the
Depths I Cry to Thee," by Bach,
Randall Thompson's Tarantella,"
' group of Schubert songs for male
voices and spirituals, madrigals
and folk songs.
Sponsored by the Allen-Rum-
sey-Chicago House Glee Club,
the group will stay at Allen-
Rumsey House and will be en-
tertained at a supper-banquet.
Former University President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven will
be special guests.
Later in the evening the group
will be entertained with a refresh-
ment party by Chicago House.
Now on its 21st annual spring
tour, the chorus will perform in
ten cities, covering seven southern
and midwestern states.
Rated as one of the finest chor-
al groups in the southeast, the Da-
vidson College Male Chorus was
formed more than a half-century
ago by student directors from an
amateur octette.

'Dent' Class
To Present'
Odonto Ball1
Decorations at Union
To Set Spring Theme;
Gilmartin Will Play
Odonto Ball, given annually by
the junior class of the School of
Dentistry in honor of the grad-
uating seniors, will p r e s e n t
"Spring Spectrum" from 9 to 1
a.m. Saturday, March 20 at the
Union Ballroom.
Dancing to the orchestra of
James Gilmartin and the "Odon-
toblasts," the couples will be en-
tertained by a skit put on by the
dental students depicting "Four
years of dental school."
* * *
THE SKIT will re-create amus-
ing incidents in the "dent" stu-
dents' life, caricatures of several
faculty members and problems
professional men face in meeting
requirements.
Although in previous years a
dental theme prevailed, a typi-
cal-early spring setting with
birds and flowers will decorate
the ballroom.
Refreshments will be served at
the semi-formal event open to the
entire campus. Tickets may be
purchased from any junior dental
student.
RALPH PUCHALSKI is general
chairman of the program, while
master of ceremonies for the 20th
Odonto Ball is George Slagon.
In 1951 the dance helped cele-
brate the diamond jubilee an-
niversary of the founding of
the University dental school.
The decorations showed the evo-
lution of dentistry with murals
and pictures portraying scenes
from the life of a pioneering
"toothdoctor" down to the fa-
miliar dentist's office of today.
"Fractured French" was the
theme of the 1952 Ball when gar-
denias were presented as favors to
all the women attending.
A carnival setting highlighted
the dance last year. Refreshments
were served from a merry-go-
round.

OFFICERS' CLUB SETTING:
Training Units Slate Military Ball

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DAVIDSON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB TO PRESENT CONCERTS
Union Offers Detroit Trip;
Students To Attend Musical

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Carrying on a tradition of many
years standing, the officer-training
units on campus will hold their an-
nual Military Ball from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. on Friday, March 26, in the
Union Ballroom.
Featuring the music of Fred Net-
ting and his orchestra, the dance
will disclose a setting resembling
that of an officers' club.
* 4 *
PICTURES OF couples attend-
ing will be taken to help provide a
permanent momento of the eve-
ning. Souvenir favors and pro-
grams will also be on hand for co-
eds attending the ball.
Tickets, priced at $3 per
couple, will be available this week
and next. They may be pur-
chased at the offices of the army
and navy units in North Hall or
at the army unit offices in the
Temporary Class Building.
Members of the committee mak-'
ing arrangements for the dance
will also have tickets.
THE ANNUAL dance is not re-
stricted to members of the Uni-
versity Reserve Units. Reserve of-
ficers living in the Ann Arbor area
are also invited, as well as students
who are not in the ROTC or NRO-
TC. Tuxedos will be the proper
dress for the latter group.
General chairman for this
year's Military Ball is Bob Lit-
tleson. Taking charge of favors
and invitations is George Rich-
ardson, while Bill Stansell is
handling the job of secretary.
Decorations for the affair are
being set up by Vincent Dambraus-
kas and Allan Pratt, while the fi-
nance angle is under the direction
of William Fisher.
* * *
PLANNING THE publicity cam-
paign are Edward Leland and
Norm Mangouni.
Marriage Talks
The Rev. Fr. Emmett O'Con-
nell, S. J., will be the speaker
for the first in abseries of mar-
riage lectures to be held at 7:30
p.m. today in the Father Rich-
ard Center at 331 Thompson.

Traditionally a formald
with the cadets attending it
dress uniform, the event ha
of the longest histories of
event on campus.
It was begun back in 19181
ROTC and NROTC units, bU
discontinued during the wa
vived again after the wa
dance is now sponsored eac
by the army, navy, air fore
marines.

dance APPROPRIATELY based on a Hon
n full military theme, couples attending
.s one the affair last year encountered a
any sentry post and interrogation table
before climbing the stairs to the
by the Union Ballroom. N
ut was Entering the doors of an Air
r. Re- Force C-119 Cargo Plane, guests
r, the dance under a camouflaged ceiling.
h year During intermission they were en-
ce and tertained by a drill put on by
Pershing Rifles.I

"New Faces of 1952" will be the
destination of the second Union-
sponsored student trip of the se-
mester, scheduled for Monday,
March 22.
Featuring the entire original
Broadway cast, the hit musical will
be playing on the stage of the Cass
Theater in Detroit.
Described by the critics as "up-
roarious, pert, saucy," the revue is
coming to Detroit direct from one
year on Broadway and eight
months in Chicago.
Under the direction of Leonard
Sillman, the show stars Eartha
Kitt, Ronnie Graham, Alice Ghost-
ly and Robert Claire.
Students wishing to make the
trip may sign up in the Student'
Offices on the main floor of the
Union between 3 to 5 p.m. tomor-
row, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tickets, priced at $4 per person,
include complete transportation

and orchestra seats. Since the
University buses are used and a
large block of tickets are purchas-
ed, the Union trip represents a
$3.20 saving over the cost if each
student went individually.
Students wanting to make the
trip are urged to make their re-
servations early, since only a lim-
ited number of tickets are avail-
able. The show has been listed as
an almost complete sellout each
night of its run in Detroit.
Women making the trip have
been granted late permission. Or-
ganizations wishing to go as a
group may make arrangements
with Mark Gallon in the Student
Offices at the Union.
According to chairman Gallon,
students may come stag or with
dates. Coeds are particularly in-
vited to get a group together for
an evening of entertainment.

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