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ry TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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I~TJESDAY, NOVEMEBER 9,1954THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Glee Club To Give Joint Program)
Novelaires

Will Appear
In Concert
By DEDE ROBERTSON
Modern harmony sung in a
smooth style characterizes the
Novelaires, Men's Glee Club quar-
tet which will be one of the fea-
tured attractions of the Michigan
State-Michigan Joint Glee Club
Concert to be presented at 8:30
p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium.
Members of this year's quartet
are Tom Lester of Bristol, Va.,
first tenor; Gus Gianakaris of
Ypsilanti, Mich., second tenor
Barry Floyd of Pasadena, Calif.,
baritone and Reid Wagstaff of
Farmingham, Mass., bass.
Newest quartet member is
Floyd, College of Engineering jun-
ior, who transferred to the Univer-
sity from Olivet College in Illinois
after his freshman year. At Olivet
he was a member of the Acappella
Choir, and now is beginning his
second year wi2' the Glee Club.
Lester's tenor voice is featured
in "We Three," one of the best-
liked Novelaires numbers. A jun-
ior in the School of Music, Lester
spent his undergraduate years at
Duke University in Durham, North
Carolina where he sang in the
* Duke Men's Glee Club. He later
received his master's degree in
Business Administration here.
Lead singer or the Novelaires is
Gianakaris, College of Engineer-
ing junior. Gianakaris, in his third
year with the Glee Club and sec-
ond year with the Novelaires, is
also social chairman for the Union.
Wagstaff, a junior in the liter-
ary college is now in his second

Photo Contest
Will Conclude
Tomorrow
Entrance Date Decided
For Union-Sponsored
Student Art Exhibit
Camera enthusiasts will have
their last chance tomorrow to sub-
mit their entries in this year's
Union photo contest.
Entry blanks may be picked up
at the Union student offices or at
Ann Arbor photo shops. Photos
should be brought to the student
offices in the Union.
Up to $100 worth of prizes will
be awarded, with the grand prize
being a $29.95 Weston Master II
photo electric exposure meter.
Art Contest ...
Following up the photo contest
will be the Union Student Art Ex-
hibit to be shown from Dec. 4-
Dec. 15 in the Union Ballroom.
Prizes will be awarded and a
short speech given by the winning
artists at a coffee hour at 2 p.m.
Dec. 5 in the Union ballroom.
For all students interested in en-
tering, the entrance dates are Nov.
15, 16, and 17. A list of qualifica-
tions may be obtained at the Stu-
dent Offices from 3 to 5 p.m.
daily.
Judging the art work will be
Prof. Frede Vidar from the School
of Architecture and Design, Prof.
Frank Ludden from the fine arts
department, and Milton Kemnitz
from the Ann Arbor Art Associa-
tion.
Dick Ruzumna is in charge of
this exhibit.
All pictures will be returned from
4 to 6 p.m. on Jan. 6, 7, and 8. A
booklet will be printed listing all
the works, with short comments by
the judges.

Weekend To Feature
Jazz Concert, Dance

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Jazz Concert ... -
After students return from the
pep rally Friday night, they may
attend the Union Jazz Concert, an
event sponsored each semester by
the Union.
Beginning at 8:30 p.m. the Jazz
Concert will be held in the Union
Ballroom.
The concert will feature Alexan-
der Campbell's Combo and the Ann
Arbor Alley Cats while Tom Leo-
pold, Union President, emcees the
show. Both bands have partici-
pated in the jazz series with Alex-
ander Campbell's Combo render-
ing jazz numbers and the Alley
Cats supplying the Dixie Tempos.
Tickets will be sold at the main
desk in the Union on the evening
of the concert. Tickets are selling
at 50 cents each.
* * *
Golden Rule Ball .."."
University students will "Love
their neighbors" Saturday eve-
ning as they play host to the stu-
dents from Michigan State Col-
lege for the annual Golden Rule
Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. at the Union.
A traditional affair, the dance is
held by State students when the
football team plays in East Lans-
ing, and is presented by the Un-
ion when the Spartans play here.
Red Johnson and his eight-piece.
orchestra will provide music for
dancing in the Union ballroom. To
accommodate the huge crowd anti-
cipated, Harvey Rutstein, dance
chairman, has also provided for a
combo to play on the Union third
floor.

Tickets for the evening at the
Union are priced at $1.50.
Decorations carrying out the
spirit of the two colleges will
transform the Ballroom. A false
ceiling composed of the colors tof
both schools will liven up the
room while enormous cartoons will
be posted on the walls.
Late permission will be granted
to coeds for the festivities. Rut-
stein said this will permit students
attending the combined glee clubs
concert to still take advantage of
the Golden Rule Ball.
Special programs and entertain-
ment are scheduled for the dance.
Volleybal
The following teams will play
in the volleyball tournament:
AT 7:15 P.M. WEDNESDAY--
Alpha Chi Omega II vs. Victor
Vaughn; Chi Omega vs. Colle-
giate Sorosis. AT 5:10 P.M
THURSDAY -Betsy Barbour
vs. Mosher II.

NOVELAIRES-The Novelaires will be featured at the Michigan
State-Michigan Joint Men's Glee Club Concert to be held at 8:30
p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium. Members include Tom Lester,
Gus Gianakaris, Barry Floyd and Reid Wagstaff.

-Daily-Mar, Crozier
'RITING?--Claudia Moor, Virginia Friend and Carolyn Moellar
paint posters for the School of Education's all-campus "School
House Mop," to be presented from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday in
the University Elementary School.
School of Education Dance
Offers School Days Theme.

year with the Glee Club and the
Novelaires. At the end of his
freshman year he transferred to
the University from Principia
College in Missouri.
The Novelaires became the Glee
Club's top quartet in 1947 and each
successive year, despite changing
personnel, the group has become
more popular with audiences.
Novelaires in Varsity Night -
This year the Novelaires have
sung for a pharmacy school-ban-
quet and in Varsity Night. Among

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their numbers are impersonations
of the Four Freshmen, singing
"The Day Isn't Long Enough" and
"It's a Blue World."
The Michigan State Men's Glee
Club has been a source of enter-
tainment for Michigan people since
1880. It is directed by Edward L.
Richmond, a graduate of the Chi-
cago Conservatory, who came to
Michigan State in 1952.
The repertoire of the Glee Club
can almost be said to be boundless
because if the director or a mem-
ber of the Club hears a new song
that appeals to him, they get the
music and learn it. Final arrange-
ments come later.
Among the favorite numbers they
perform are the "Lord's Prayer,"
and Clow Edwards' "Into the
Night." Besides being heard on
concert stages, the club has been
active on radio and as recording
artists. In 1953 the Glee Club with
the band and acapella choir com-
pleted a record album of M.S.C.
songs.
Tickets for the joint concert are
still on sale in the lobby of the Ad-
ministration Building.

Rhythm will take its place with
the 3 R's, "readin, ritin and rithe-
matic," when the School of Educa-
tion presents its all-campus dance,
School House Hop, from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday in the gymnasium
of the University Elementary
School.
Decorations for the dance will
carry out the school days theme.
Giant rulers and pencils will be
used throughout the gym. The walls
will be adorned with blackboards

ALARM CLOCK:
Delta Kappa Epsilon Porter

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BADMINTON - The co-recrea-
tional Badminton Club will hold
its organizational meeting at 7:30
p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
BALLET-Ballet Club will meet
at 7:30 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym.
SKI CLUB-There will be a meet-
ing of the Ullr Ski Club at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union. All those
interested in joining are urged to
attend.

By SUE GARFIELD
Since 1913, fraternity men have
known and respected "Moose," the
friendly porter at the Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon fraternity house here
at the University.
Clarence Muirhead, an honor-
ary Deke, serves as "alarm clock,"
handyman, head chef at parties,
porter, friend and "chief cook and
bottle-washer."
"Moose first came to Ann Arbor
from Lebinen, Tenn., in 1913
through Branch Rickey, now gen-
eral manager of the Pittsburgh
Pirates, and George Moore. At the
time Rickey was University base-
ball coach and Moore was athletic
:irector.
Muirhead served as a trainer for
the baseball and football teams,
and then worked under Edward
Hench, head porter at DKE, until
the war. He returned to the chap-
ter house in 1922 and has been
there since.

and drawings typical of those done
by grammar school students.
Highlighting the decorations will
be "the little redschoolhouse"
which was constructed by mem-
bers of the Education School Coun-
cil, sponsors of the dance.
Square and Social Dancing
The dance will feature both
square and social dancing.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by the School of Education
faculty orchestra. Intermission en-
tertainment will also be provided
by members of the Corn Pone
Band which is a group of faculty
musicians.
Everyone is asked to dress cas-
ually with skirts and sweaters be-
ing the rule. Bobby socks can be
worn also but those attending are
requested not to wear blue jeans.
The Education Council is spon-
soring the dance under the direc-
tion of Dolores Messinger, presi-
dent, Marcia Lubeck, vice presi-
dent, Colleen Campbell, secretary
and Sally McKeachie, treasurer.
The council consists of 19 mem-
bers, with officers chosen by pe-
tition and interviews. They are
elected in the spring and take of-
fice in the fall.
Refreshments Served
For refreshments, the Education
Council is serving cider and
doughnuts.
Revived this year, the Council
has many things they wish to ac-
complish, including setting up a
file of teaching certificate require-
ments for the different states so
that a student can come to the
University and find out exactly
what courses he must take in or-
der to teach in a different state.
They also want to put out a book-
let for student teachers in Ann Ar-
bor so that the teachers will know
what to wear to different schools
in the vicinity.
Soph Scandals
Groups 1, 2, 3 and 6 for the
Soph Scandals floorshow will
meet at 7 p.m. today at the
League. The room will be posted
at the Undergraduate Office..
The make-up committee of
Soph Scandals will meet at 4:15
p.m. today at the League.

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When asked about his role of
"alarm clock" for the Dekes,
"Moose" replied, "Well, I just ask
'em if they want to come easy, or
come out in the rough." He seldom
uses the "water technique" on the
men, who have a "dorm" sleeping
system, but sometimes bribes them
with the news of hot bacon, eggs
and sweet rolls for breakfast.
"Some of 'em are really hard to
get up," he said.
As chef for DKE parties, don-
ned in a white coat and chef's hat,
and as porter on weekends, Muir-
head has become well acquainted
with many University students and
knows most of the Deke alumni.

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