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SUNDAV, OCTOBER 24,1954

THE MICHIGAN DA4Y

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Alumni Visit Sparked by Colorful Homecoming Display P

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HAYDEN HOUSE SHOWS FOOTBALL MOVIE

Three Plays
Set To Open
Thursday
Three productions are now in
rehearsal for the speech. depart-
ment's First Laboratory Playbill
to be presented Thursday and Fri-
la yat the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
ater.
Under the direction of Edward
Andreason, Grad., "Lord Byron's
Love Letter" a one act play by
Tennessee Williams will be pre-
sented. Gladys Riddle, Grad., will
play the old woman, the spinster
will be Susan Serotte, '55, Flor-
ence Greenberg, '56, will be the
matron, and Robert Thompson
plays the husband.
"Over the Teacups," by Percival
Wilde includes in the cast Marga-
ret Kausch, '56, as Mary Beards-
ley, Shirley Tepper, '57, as Miss
Young, Joan Tubbs, '55, as Emile
Tucker and Henrietta Hermelin,
'55, Mrs. Polhemus. William Teu-
fel, Grad., is directing the play.
The fight scene and the reconcil-
iation scene from Clare Boothe's
"The Women" are being directed
by Geraldine Adams, Grad.
Mary Davey, '57, plays Mary,
Myra Topless, '57, will appear as
Sylvia, Valerie Schor, Grad., as
the Countess, and Marjorie Frogel,
'56, as Lucy.
Crystal will be portrayed by
Florence Gutman, '57, Peggy by
Sue Thomas, Sadie will be Judy
Brown, '55, the Debutante, Elaine
Jepson, '56 and the Dowager,
Pauline Baumler, '56.

Victory Puns Supply Theme

By MICHAEL BRAUN
Starting early Friday evening and
going on into the wee hours yes-
terday, the sound of the hammer
and the strains of Glenn Miller's
"Little Brown Jug" were heard
throughout the campus area.
The music came from phono-
graphs placed out on the lawn to
keep workers happy as they saw-
ed wood, molded paper mache and
stuffed thousands of paper napkins
into chicken wire for homecoming
displays.
"Minnesota Falls"
While most displays were con-
cerned with solid objects, the bre-
theren of Beta Theta Pi had ano-
ther problem. "If our pumps don't
give out with 300 gallons of water
a minute for the waterfall, we're
sunk" said Beta display chairman
Denny Larkin, '57. The Beta display
was a waterfall that bore the le-
gend "Minnesota Falls."
During the game the kids of Ann
Arbor were having a field day with
the displays. At the Chi Phi house
two little girls had climbed onto
the displays and were incongruous-
ly sitting in a cardboard inclosure
that represented the stadium. A
"flying saucer" bearing the words
"Michigan Martian over Minne-
sota was hovering above.
Kids Not Frightened
Someone passed by and asked
the girls if they were afraid the
flying saucer would fall. The girls
informed the inquirer that they
weren't.
At Tau Delta Phi a paper mache
stork was flying over Ann Arbor
and cirgling a stadium. In its
mouth was a brown jug wrapped

Prof. Paul W. McCracken, of
the business administration school,
and eight of his students will be
guests of the Economic Club of
Detroit at a luncheon tomorrow in
the Veterans' Memorial Bldg.
Assistant Secretary of Defense
Donald A. Quarles will speak on
"Which Resources Are Strategic."
The students attending are Ed-
ward Belcher, Glen D. Daffern,
'55 BAd., Keith Horngren, Grad,
Andrew Kaul, '55 BAd., Kenneth
Perkins, '55BAd., Ronald E. Ritz-
ler, '56 BAd., Peter Rosko, Grvr!,
and John D. Ziolkowski.
Van Gogh Expert
To Lecture Here
"Vincent Van Gogh, the Man
and His Works" will be discussed
by Jacob B. de la Faille at 4:15
p.m. tomorrow in Auditorium B,
Angell Hall.
De la Faille, a native of Leeu-
warden, Holland, is an authority
on modern Dutch art, particularly
Van Gogh. He has lectured in most
European countries. This is his
fifth American tour.

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Weekend Celebration Planned
For Union's 50th Anniversary

Approximately 250 former Un-
ion Executive Board and staff
members will meet here next week-
end for the Union's Golden Anni-
versary celebration.
Dedicationrceremonies for the
new Union addition will highlight
the activities.
Alumni will register from 3 to 6
p.m. on Friday in the Union lobby.
After registration they'll be shown
through Union offices to see how
staff activities are conducted now.
Public dedication ceremonies for
the Union addition will start at 10
a.m. in front of the Union. Speak-
ers will include University Presi-
dent Harlan H. Hatcher; Edward
Parker, first Union president; and
Tom Leopold, '55, union president.
An anniversary banquet will be
held at 6 p.m. in the Union Ball-
room, with Chester Lang, vice-
president of General Electric Corp.,
acting as toastmaster. Other

speakers will include President
Hatcher, Parker, Leopold and Ho-
mer Heath, first Union business
manager.
Entertainment will be provided
by the Union Opera, Mimes, and
the Men's Glee Club.
An all-campus Anniversary Ball
strating at 9:30 p.m. in the Ball-
room will end the weekend acti-
vities. The dance is informal, and
women will have late permission
Hart To Appear -.
Phillip A. Hart, Democratic can-
didate for lieutenant governor, will
make his only Ann Arbor appear-
ance at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Bach School, 600 W. Jefferson.
The rally will also feature J.
Henry Owens, Democratic state
senatorial candidate, in addition to
all county candidates.

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Starting Tomorrow
Our Monday Hours Will Be
9:30 A.M. to 5:45 P.M.
Starting Friday, October 29
Our Friday Hours Will Be
9:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Watch the Daily every Friday
for our extra

The Congregational-Disciples Guild:
6:00 p.m., Supper at the Congregational
Church (reservations). 7:00 p.m., Pro-
gram. speaker-Mr. Morse Saito: "Chris-
tian Faith in Japan."
The Geneva Fellowship of graduate
age young adults will meet at 5:45 p.m.
at the Presbyterian Church for supper.
Following this at 6:45, an excellent film
on prejudice, "High Wall" will be
shown. Graduate students are cordial-
ly welcome.
Coming Events
The Russian Circle will meet Mon.,
Oct. 25, 8:00 p.m. at the International
Center. Refreshments will be served
and there will be informal singing of
Russian songs. All students interested
in Russian are cordially invited to at-
tend.
The Undergraduate Mathematics Club
will hold its next meeting in room 3B
of the Michigan Union at 8:00 p.m.,
Mon., Oct. 25. Miss June Stone will
speak on "Non-Rigid Transformations
in the Real Plane."
WCBN-East Quad: Business meeting
for all staff members 7:15 p.m. sharp,
Mon., Oct. 25, at the studios. Attend-
ance is required.
Hillel: The 3 H's are coming.......,
La P'tite Causette will meet Mon.
from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the wing of
the Michigan Union cafeteria. ci on
n'y parle que francais. Venez tous.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild:
Tues., 4:30-5:45 p.m., Tea at the Guild
House,
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold its
weekly "tertulia" Tues., Oct. 26, in the
North wing of the Union Cafeteria
from 330 tn 5A0 nm Frutv mem.

OCTOBER 28
From 9-12 and 1-4
5 Convenient Locations
* DIAG
" ENGINE ARCH
" UNION
" WOMEN'S ATHLETIC BLDG.

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