1I 16, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY WAGE
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'New Faces of 1952'
To Be Seen Monday
With Broadway Cast
Students will have an oppor-
tunity to see the Broadway come-
dy "New Faces of 1952" at a bud-3
get price by taking advantage of
the Union-sponsored trip sched-
uled for next Monday evening.
Priced at $4.00 per person, res-
ervations may be made from 3 to
5 p.m. today and tomorrow in the
Student Offices on the main floor
of the Union.
Including orchestra seats and
complete transportation, the tick-
ets represent a $3.20 savings over
the price of the trip if each person
went individually. This savings is
made possible by using University
buses and by buying a large block
Described in reviews as "up-
roarious, pert, a saucy musical re-
vue," the show will feature the
original Broadway cast, including
Eartha Kitt, Ronnie Graham, Al-
ice Ghostly and Robert Claire.'
"New Faces of 1952" is playing
at the Cass Theatre in Detroit di-
rect from one year on Broadway
and eight months in Chicago.
Leonard Sillman is the director.
Students are urged to sign up
fo* the trip immediately for there
are only a limited number of tick-
ets available. The show has been
reported a sellout for almost every
night of its Detroit run.
According to Chairman Mark
Gallon, students may make the
t trip either alone or with a date.
Coeds making the trip are asked
to arrange for late permission with
their house mothers.
Myra Hess Makes Debut at 17
By JOY STANLEA
Myra Hess, who will present a
concert in Hill Auditorium at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow, walked to a piano'
in a New York City concert hall
to give her first piano recital in
America 32 years ago.
Her audience consisted of 86
people, but the second concert was
attended by a, larger audience and
was followed by a coast to coast
THIS FIRST American tour has
been followed by an annual series
of 23, interrupted only by World
Miss Hess learned to play both
the piano and cello and at 13
won a scholarship to the Royal
Academy of Music.
When Miss Hess was 17, she
made her debut at a concert con-
ducted by the still untitled and
practically unknown Thomas Bee-
cham, now a famous orchestra
* * *
AFTER MAKING a tour of Hol-
land, the Dutch took an interest
in her rise to fame, and she was
playing in Amsterdam when the
Nazis launched their attack.
Canceling an American tour,
she decided to stay in England.
Persuading the authorities to
let her organize lunch-time con-
certs for the working people of
London, she provided music forj
thousands while providing work
for many musicians.
Coed To Entertain
At 'U' Open House
President and Mrs. Harlan H.
Hatcher will hold an open house
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow.
The houses especially honored
include Alpha Omicron Pi, Acacia,
Theta Delta Chi, Kappa Sigma,
Mosher and Henderson House.
Also especially invited are Wil-
liams House in West Quadrangle,
Zimmerman League House, Magi-
oncalda League House, Winchell
House in West Quadrangle and
Reeves House in South Quad.
Sue Watt, a junior in music
school, will entertain.
She directed this
throughout six years
AT THE HEIGHT of the blitz,
the glass dome over the central
hall was shattered, and the con-
certs had to be temporarily moved
to the bomb shelter below.
King George VI conferred on
her the Order of the British Em-
pike which made her a Dame.
In 1946 she returned to Ameri-
ca making speechs of gratitude for
American aid in her wartime work.
MISS HESS plays the piano and
her sole ambition is to play it bet-
ter every week. She has nothing
that could be called a hobby and
her only relaxation between con-
certs is a game of canasta.
Her program will Include
Bach's "Fantasia in C Minor,"
the "French Suite, No. 5 in G
Major" and "Sonata, Op. 111"
After the intermission, Miss
Hess will play Haydn's "Sonata
No. 7 in D Major" and "Etudes
Symphoniques, Op. 13" by Schu-
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" HELDON;" the stirring ro-
mance of a western marshall
earned Zeta Bata Tau first place.
in the annual Hillelzapoppin va-
riety show presented Saturday
night at Tappan Junior High
In the picture above, the wed-
ding scene is enacted by Don Co-
hodes '57, the marshall; Cliff Hart
'57 and Ken Rogat '55. The skit, a
parody on "High Noon" was writ-
ten by Stan Sheyer '55, Lou Grotta
'55, Stu Lerman '56 and Barry
This is the second time in the
past three years that ZBT won the
first place trophy.
"Banned in Boston" produced
by the Independent women receiv-
ed honorable mention.
Other skits and their sponsors
are "Snow White and the Seven
Deadly Sins" presented by Tau
Delta Phi; "Ive an' Ego," enacted
by Sigma Delta Tau; "Video Re-
view" produced by Sigma Alpha
Mu and "That's Our Jake" per-
formed by members of Adelphi.
The show, sponsored by the
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundatin,
served as a kickoff for the cam-
pus United Jewish Appeal Drive
which will begin shortly.
Do your coming activities
require your consideration
on, the following items?
Representatives for Mi c h i gras
Booths will meet at 7:15 p.m. to-
day in Room 3G of the Union. A
representative from each house
WAA-There will be a meeting
of the WAA Ballet Club at 7:30
p.m. today at Barbour Gym.
FROSH WEEKEND-There will
be a joint central committee meet-
ing of Maize and Blue Teams at 7
p.m. tonight in the League. The
following committees will meet
s * *
MAIZE TEAM - 7:15 p.m.,
stunts committee in Palmer House
Lounge; and 7:30 p.m., floorshow
. cast in the League; BLUE TEAM-
5 p.m., compulsory meeting of
floorshow cast in the League.
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