THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, 1AY 9, 1951
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. MAY 9, 1954
THE CHRISTIAN STUDENT FOUNDATION
of Michigan State College
A SLEEP OF PRISONERS
by Christopher Fry
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, Ann Arbor
sponsored by Wesleyan Guild
SUNDAY, MAY 9th 7:00 P.M.
The public is invited, no charge
Schedule Concert, Trip
The Union Ballroom at 8:30 p.m.
Friday night will "rock" as two
campus combos present "Jazz At
The Union," sponsored by the
The third in the series of bi-
annual jazz concerts will feature
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Campbell's Bop Combo. JATU, as
the program has been termed, will
provide music for all jazz fans with
the Alley Cats presenting Dixie-
land and the Campbell group
Emceeing the session will be
Irv Tobocman. Tobocman is re-
membered on campus for his
lead in the Union Opera of 1952,
"No Cover Charge."
Union Social Chairman Gus
Gianakaris is in charge of the
concert. Aiding him are Dick De-
Long, Ross Smith and Jerry
Schuur. Other committee mem-
bers are Don Carlsen, Ed Wehner,
Jay Victor and Ron Malis.
Admission is 50 cents.
Show Trip . .
Closing the series of Union-
sponsored trips to hit Broadway
shows, an excursion to "Guys and
Dolls" playing at the Shubert
Theatre in Detroit has been slated
for Wednesday, May 19,
Prices for the trip have been
set at $4.00. including orchestra
seats and bus transportation.
Because the musical, based on
the pamon Runyan story, is al-
ready a sell-out, the Union has
been limited to 100 seats. Tick-
ets for this alloted number will
go on sale at the Union, Wed-
nesday, and sales will continue
through Friday or as long as the
Since attendance at the previous
Union trips to "The Moon Is Blue,"
"New Faces" and "Porgy and Bess"
has been well over 200, chairman
Mark Gallon warns that it will be
"1ni0 .n e fto rn aP,,
Israeli Record Dance,
To celebrate the sixth anniver-
sary of the founding of Israel as
an independent state there will be
an Israeli Independence Day dance
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. today at Hillel
Foundation's social room.
There will be pamphlets and lit-
erature on the subject of Israel
and Israelian independence on dis-
play in the lounge. This exhibit
will be open all afternoon Sunday.
Those attending the record
dance will have an opportunity
to dance to Israelian music, in-
cluding the Hora as well as the
usual popular dance numbers.
Entertainment for the evening
will be provided by Israelian dan-
cers. Coke and potato chips will be
served to those attending the
Admission is free and all inter-
ested students are invited to at-
Chairman of the event is June
Levinson. She is beingassisted by
Sue Bfitman, Sam Dodek and Ellie
* * *
SRA Conference ...
For the two-fold purpose of pro-
viding an opportunity for the cab-
inets of the various religious
groups to meet together and to
plan their individual programs for
next fall the Student Religious As-
sociation is scheduling a planning
conference May 14, 15 and 16.
The three day conference will
be held at Judson Collins Camp in
the Irish Hills near Onstead.
Coed Parade, Song Competition
To Be Featured At Lantern Night
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The present cast to be viewed by Those groups attending the
the Detroit audience is a composite meeting, sponsored by SRA,
of the original Broadway cast and are the Presbyterian, Orthodox,
the members of the traveling Chi- Wesleyan, Chinese Christian Fel-
cago road show production. lowship, Michigan Christian
To highlight the evening, Uni- Fellowship, Evangelical and Re-
versity students have been invited formed, Roger Williams and
to a back stage clinic after the Congregational-Disciples.
show, where they may ask ques- The program for the'conference
tions and discuss "Guys and Dolls." will include time for recreation
Here they will have an opportunity and swimming as well as planning.
to meet the director, producer, There will also be an installation
chorus girls and cast members. of the newly elected officers of
SRA. Those who were recently.
If a human baby grew as fast elected are Marjorie Frogel, presi-
as a bee he would need a five-ton dent; Ted Beals, vice-president,
truck as a baby carriage by the Marylen Wilkens, secretary and
time he-was a week old. Toni Tamburro, member-at-large.
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By ELAINE EDMONDS
At recent spring elections many
of the campus religious groups
elected those officers who will lead"
them for the coming year.
The Wesleyan Guild of the First
Methodist Church elected David'
Newton, president; Kurt Myers,
vice-president; Grace Gaag, sec-
retary and Richard Smith, treas-
* * *
MEMBERS of the Episcopal Stu-
dent Foundation selected Jack
Smith, president; Charles Brown,
vice-president; Jean Crocker, sec-
retary and Maureen Stienon, treas-
The Newman Club elected Jack
Stone, president; Mike Woolson,
men's vice-president; Mary Jo
McCabe, women's vice-president;
Marjorie Barlow, secretary and
James Schweitzer, treasurer.
Those officers chosen by the
members of the Westminster Guild
of the Presbyterian Church are
Harold Lynde, moderator; Rich-
ard Juberg, vice-moderator; Herb
Luke, treasurer and Marian Riley,'
THE RESULTS of the elections
of the Rodger Williams Guild of
the Baptist Church are Glenn
Howell, president; Fern Woodard,
vice-president; Virginia Lund, sec-
retary and Robert Stenger, treas-
The Congregational and Dis-
ciples Guild elected as new offi-
cers Tom Travis, president; Liz
Wright, vice-president; Richard
Gaskill, treasurer and Marguer-
ite Long, program chairman,
The results of the Lutheran
Student Association elections are
Bruce Nordquist, president; David
Swanson, vice-president; Margaret
Prokhoff, secretary and Gerald
* * *
MEMBERS of the Michigan
Christian Fellowship elected Tan-
dy Sullivan, president; Ann Hey-
stik, vice-president; Joan 'Terp-
stra, secretary and Wayne Dye,
Gamma Delta, the Lutheran stu-
dent association, recently elected
Richard Koester, president; Mar-
iam Melchiori, vice-president;
Martha Johnson, secretary and
Martin Gehner, treasurer.
LANTERN NIGHT-Martha Hill, former president of the Pan-
hellenic Association; Susan Riggs, former president of the League;
Barbara Bos, former chairman of Women's Judiciary Council and
Marion Swanson, former president of the Women's Athletic Asso-
tion practice marching with Japanese Lanterns before their ap-
pearance in the Lantern Night Parade, which will take place at
7 p.m. tomorrow.
Campus Religious Groups
Elect Next Year's Of-ficers
Under the leadership of Dr. Wil-
liam Revelli the Michigan March-
ing Band will lead a parade of
women students at 7 p.m. tomor-
row to Hill Auditorium to start the
41st annual Lantern Night.
Beginning at Alumni Memorial
Hall, the parade will consist of five
lines of coeds. There will be sen-
iors in the center wearing blue rib-
bons in their hair, a line of juniors
on their right side with yellow
bows and sophomores to the left
of the seniors, with red bows. The
freshmen will be in the two outside
rows wearing green ribbons.
AT THE HEAD of the lines will
be five of the leading women on
campus carrying Japanese Lan-
terns. They include Susan Riggs,
former president of the League;
Barbara Bos, former chairman of
the Women's Judiciary Council;
Dolores Messinger, former presi-
dent of Assembly Association;
Marion Swanson, former president
of the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion and Martha Hill, former pres-
ident of Panhellenic Association.
Picking up the Marching Band
in front of the Union at 7:15
p.m., the coeds, with all resi-
dgnce house presidents carrying
lanterns, will march down State
St. and stop at Hill Auditorium.
There on the steps the women
will form a huge block 'M' and
sing "The Yellow and the Blue."
When the procession is com-.
pleted, the evening's main event,
the Lantern Night Sing, will be
held inside the auditorium. The
ten choral groups who won at elim-
inations held Wednesday will coi-
pete for the first place cup. There
will also be second and third place
THOSE HOUSES singing will
include Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Del-
ta Delta, Alpha Chi Omega, Helen
Newberry, Delta Gamma, Pi Beta
Phi, Martha Cook, Alpha Omicron
Pi, Alpha Phi and Victor Vaughn.
Supporting them will be Bet-
sy Barbour, Couzens Hall, Gam-
ma Phi Beta, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Kappa Delta, Tyler
House, Mosher, Alpha Xi Delta,
Chi Omega and Kappa Alpha
The posture cup will be awarded
to one of the 19 houses which com-
peted at eliminations. Judges fvr
the cup were Miss Joan Farrell and
Miss Ruth Harris of the Women's
Physical Education Department
and Dennis Rigan of the Men's
Physical Education Department.
Second and third place winners
will be chosen.
JUDGES OF THE singing groups
will be Miss Arlene Sollenberger,
Mrs. John B. Heyde and Stanley
Kimes. All are instructors in the
School of Music.
The winner of the IFC Sing,
Phi Gamma Delta, will be guests
and will sing their winning num-
ber, "Darkness on the Delta."
Last year's winner of the first
place cup was Martha Cook. Sec-
ond and third place awards went
to Kappa Alpha Theta and Delta
Delta Delta, respectively.
The posture cup was awarded to
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
WAA SOFTBALL-The follow-
ing games will be played this week
in the all-campus women's soft-
Tuesday at 6:45p.m.-- Alpha
Chi Omega I vs. Barbour I; Kappa
Kappa Gamma vs. Palmer II; Cou-
zens I vs. Jordan IV; Newberfy vs.
Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.-Elliot
vs. Stockwell III.
Thursday at 5 p.m.-Kappa Al-
pha Theta vs. the winner of (Al-
pha Chi Omega vs. Barbour D;
Cook II vs. the winner of (Kappa
Kappa Gamma vs. Palmer II);
at 6:45 p~m.-winner of (Couzens
I vs. Jordan IV) vs. winner of
(Newberry vs. Kleinsteuck).
SOPH CAB-There will be a
meeting for all Soph Cab central
committee members at 7:15 p.m.
* * *
HILLEL-Those students inter-
ested in Hillel positions may secure
petitions at Hillel from 9:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. The deadline for petitions
is 4 p.m. Tuesday.
* * 0
PANHEL BALL-Petitioning for
Panhel Ball positions has been ex-
tended until Wednesday. Appli-
cants are requested to sign up for
interviews in the League Under-
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