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FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 15, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE PITR

I~'RIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Theatre Trip, Dances

PARTIES, MEETINGS:
Religious Groups Schedule Events

sociation, will sponsor a work
camp in the Detroit area this
weekend. The camp, first of a se-
ries, will include work on a worthy
project in the Detroit area.
Francis S. Onderdonk will lead
the discussion at the weekly lunch-
eon from noon to 2 p.m. tomorrow
at Lane Hall. The topic will be
"Happiness, the Emerging Sci-
ence."

Panhel Ball
All students interested in
working on the posters or pub-
licity committees for the an-
nual Panhel Ball, to be given
November 5, will meet from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the
publicity room in the League.

Dances . . .
In a night club atmosphere, Don
Kenny and his orchestra will play
for dancing at the Little Club to-
night ,in the Union.
Remembered for his musical
stylings at the Sigma Nu White
Rose Ball, Kenny features a gui-
tar, bass, drums and piano. His
wife's group, the Carol Kenny trio,
will perform with the band.
The Witnam Sisters, Nancy and
~'Mary, will vocalize as a special
feature of intermission entertain-
ment.
Open from 9 p.m. to midnight,
the Little Club convenes in the
North Lounge of the Union. A cov-
er charge of $1 is charged.
Red Johnson and his eight piece
aggregation will again be spot-
lighted at the Unionamembership
dance tomorrow night in the ball-
room.
Appearing with the band will
be Gene Jones and his harmonica.
Couples may dance from 9 p.m.
until midnight for $1.50.
Theatre .
Today will provide the last op-
portunity for students to buy budg-
et priced tickets for the Union-
sponsored trip, Tuesday to see1
George Bernard Shaw's version of
"Saint Joan" at the Cass Theatre.
in Detroit.
The price, $3.25 per person, in-
cludes orchestra seats at the pro-
duction and a place on the buses
Chicgo Shows
4 To Be Attended
By 'M' Students
Students making the trip to Ev-
anston for the Michigan-Northwest-
ern. game tomorrow will find a
wide variety of events and enter-
tainment to keep them occupied
in Chicago.
Opening tomorrow in the "Windy
City" are Olsen and Johnson in a
comedy entitled "Pardon Our An-
tenna." Also playing in Chicago at
the present time is "Wonderful
Town," a musical starring Carol
Channing.
The International Dairy Show
and Rodeo, featuring "The Cisco
Kid," is occupying the Interna-
tional Amphitheatre.
According to Don A. Weir, tick-
et and business manager of inter-
collegiate athletics, approximately
500 students have purchased tick-
ets for the game.
Joel Kaplan, president of the
Wolverine Club, said that because
of the lack of interest in previous
football trips the Wolverine Club
did not schedule a special train.

leaving at 6:30 p.m. from the side
door of the Union. Tickets may be
purchased in the Union student
offices until 3:30 p.m. today.
In Detroit as part of a thirty
week tour, "Saint Joan" features
Jean Arthur as the French girl who

Campus religious groups have
scheduled a variety of events for
this free weekend in the football
schedule.
The Congregational and Disciples
Guild will meet at 7:15 p.m. today
at the Guild House to go together
to the I-M Building for a night of
sports. At 7 p.m. Sunday at the
Congregational Church Marilyn
Mason Brown will speak on "Re-
ligious Music in Perspective." Mrs.
Brown, who is an organ instructor
in the School-of Music, will pre-
sent several musical selections.
Members of the Roger Williams
Guild of the Baptist Church will
play host to Dr. Benjamin Mays
of Atlanta, Georgia at 6:45 p.m.
Sunday.
Hobo Party
A Hobo Party has been planned
by the Wesleyan Guilders of the
Methodist Church for tonight.
Members have been instructed to
meet in the church lounge at 8
p.m. and to be sure and bring a
flashlight with them.
Two student seminars are in ses-
sion every Sunday. The one at 9:30
a.m. will be on "Basic Christian
Beliefs" and the one at 10:30 a.m.,
"Great Ideas of the Bible."
At 5:30 p.m. Sunday the weekly
fellowship supper will be served.
After supper the Guild will travel
to the Baptist Church where they
will be guests of the Roger Wil-
liams Guild.
Orthodox Church
At 7:30 p.m. today at Canterbury
House Rev. Eusebius A., Stepha-
nou of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox
Church will speak on "The Ortho-
dox Church and Its Interpretation
for Episcopalians."
Breakfast will be served after
the 8 and 9 a.m. services Sunday
at Canterbury House. There will
also be a buffet supper at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday for the members of the
Canterbury Club.
An open house and mixer have
beenrscheduled from 8:30 p.m.to
midnight today by the Newman

Club. The event will feature danc-
ing and refreshments.
Communion Breakfast
Following the 9:30 a.m. mass
Sunday there will be a communion
breakfast and an initiation ceremo-
ny for new members of the New-
man Club at the Father Richard
Center.
Gamma Delta, the Lutheran stu-
dent organization, has planned an
I-M party for tonight. Members will
meet at the church at 7:30 p.m.
and will return there later for re-
freshments. 4
A discussion of the various ways
of Protestant worship. has been
scheduled for 8:15 p.m. today in
the Presbyterian Church. At 6:45
p.m. Sunday members of the Guild
will hear Rev. Wi. Russell Wil-
liams who will speak on "Toward
Community Responsibility."
The German Church
At 7 p.m. Sunday members of
the Lutheran Student Chapel will
present Heinz Kohler, a German

student, who will speak on the
situation in Germany, with particu-
lar emphasis on the church.
Following Friday night services
at Hillel today there will be a talk
on "The 300th Anniversary of the
Jews Coming to America." This
will be the first of a series of talks.
There will be a supper club at 6
p.m. Sunday followed by a record
dance.
Work Camp
SRA, the Student Religious As-
Open House
Ypsilanti State Hospital will
hold an all-day open house
Monday, for all those interest-
ed in working on the volunteer
service program. Interested
students are asked to contact
Mrs. LaDonna Kennedy at the
hospital for interview appoint-
ments, or Joan Hyman, chair-
man of theLeague committee,
for further -information.

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saved her country from invasion
in the 15th century.
The role provides a special chal-
lenge for Miss Arthur, who rose
to stardom in such sophisticated
comedy motion pictures as "You
Can't Take It With You' and "The
Devil and Miss Jones."
The most recent triumph for the
stage and screen star was her
record breaking portrayal of J. M.
Barrie's "Peter Pan" in her re-
turn to the theatre from Holly-
wood in 1950.
The part in Shaw's well known
drama has been played by such
stars as Katherine Cornell, Ingrid
Bergman, and Uta Hagen and has
been termed, "one of the greatest
of the -modern theatre."

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For many lucky people, the
Northwestern game will supply a
weekend full of excitement, but for
the unfortunates still on campus, a
number of parties have been sched-
uled.
Jim Gilmartin and his band will
be playing in an autumn atmos-
phere at the Alpha Tau Omego
pledge formal. Dinner, favors, and
refreshments will be part of the
arrangements.
Residents of Scott House and
their dates are going to the Fresh
Air .Camp Saturday afternoon.
Sports are planned for the after-
noon activity, followed by a picnic
supper and square dance.
Picnicing near Portage Lake is
on the agenda for Gomberg men

"In Ann Arbor, do as the Ro-
mans do," Chi Phi and Phi Kappa
Tau are having Roman parties this
weekend. Both houses will have
dancing to records and refresh-
ments during the evening.
Football listening parties are
scheduled by Alpha Phi Alpha and
Phi Delta Phi houses during the
afternoon. Their programs for the
evening include record dancing andI
refreshments. Phi Delta Phi is also
having an informal get together
Suiday afternoon.
Informal record dances are on
the social programs of Delta Theta
Phi, Psi Omega, Alpha Sigma Phi,
Taylor and Chicago Houses. Re-
freshments will also be served.
As a money raising project, the
pledge class of Alpha Kappa Alpha

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