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Visitors from MSC
Rivalry between Michigan State
College and the University will be
resumed at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Hill Auditorium, when the Men's
Glee Club of each school will com-
bine to present a joint concert.
The traditional tribute to the Uni-
versity, "Laudes Atque Carmina,"
sung by the Michigan Men's Glee
Club, will open the concert.
Next will be Crueger's "Now
Thank We All Our God," "Hymn
To The Eternal" by Schubert and
Bach's "Good Fellows, Be Merry"
from "Peasant Cantata." The Nov-
elaires, Glee Club quartet, will pre-
sent "Do I Worry" and "Dearie."
"U" Songs To Be Sung
The entire Glee Club will sing
"The Vagabond" and "In the Si-
lence of Night," featuring tenor
Tom Lester. A commentary on
Rachmaninoff's "Prelude In C
Sharp Minor," will also be sung.
Dan Pressley will solo in the
spiritual "Balm In Gilead." Spe-
cial arrangements of "Sing Some-
thing Simple" and "Blow, Gabriel,
Blow" are also on the program.
A collection of University songs
will conclude the University's part
of the program.
Beginning the MSC program will
be a rendition of Handel's "Then
Round About the Starry Throne,"
Haydn's "Maiden Fair, O Deign to
Tell" and Brahms' "In Wood Em-
bowered, Neath Azure Skies."
June Cannon, soprano, will sing
"The Omnipotence," and selected
novelty songs will be presented by
the Spartan Quartette. The Glee
Clulb will sing "Lift Thine Eyes"
and "Noah," a spiritual medley.
James McMahon, tenor, will ren-
der "Serenade" from "The Stu-
dent Prince," and Kenneth Ish
will solo in "No Man Is An Is-
land." The entire MSC Glee Club
will sing "Great Day-Hallelujah."
CIRCUS, GOLD RUSH THEMES:
Houses Plan Events for Weekend
Junior Panhel Disc
Several new projects were dis-<
cussed by Junior Panhellenic As-
sociation at a recent meeting.
One dealt with the Veteran's'
Rehabilitation Center's request for
assistance. Members decided to
send a small group of women from
each pledge class to serve as dance
class partners on Tuesday after-
Junior Panhel members also
agreed to devote one Saturday to
decorate the League for the
By BARBARA PERLMAN
University students will make
this weekend with Michigan State
College a memorable one.
Dances and parties will add a
finishing touch to the home foot-
ball season tomorrow evening.
This weekend will mark the de-
but of Julius Caesar I, newest
member of the Phi Sigma Delta,
in a party appropriately dubbed
"Hail Caesar." Helping Caesar
celebrate will be friends and guests
from MSC who will be entertained
by Paul Brodie and the "Stardust-
Armed with picks and shovels
and full of hope, the Alpha Epsi-
lon Pi's will start their search for
gold tomorrow evening at their
"Gold Rush" party. A covered
wagon will provide transportation.
Suppressed Desires Parties
It may be the stress of studies
that has promoted the Lawyers
Club, Chi Phi, and Phi Chi to
throw cares to the winds for their
parties tomorrow night. The Law-
yers Club and Phi Chi will hold a
Suppressed Desires Party while
Chi Phi celebrates its third offi-
cial "Emancipation of Frustra-
Carnival time is tonight for
Geddes and Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Sigma Chi will also join the fun
tomorrow night with their "Cir-
cus Party." Costumes, a big straw
top and Joe Fodder's band will add
colorful touches to the evening.
"A Wax World"
Something new in the way of
parties will be held at the Sigma
Alpha Mu house where students
will come dressed as the title of a
record. The party is entitled "A
A "Double Victory Dance" will
be in swing for Phi Kappa Sigma
tomorrow night while Nu Sigma
Nu celebrates with a victory par-
ty and buffet dinner.
Michigan State chapters will be
entertained at parties given by
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Psi,
Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Nu, Delta
Chi, Delta Sigma Phi and Theta
Days of the Spartans
It's back to the days of the
Spartans at the Delta Upsilon
house tomorrow night. Togas will
reign supreme at the "Spartan
Dungarees and plaid shirts will
take the place of togas at the Al-
pha Sigma Phi and Alpha Omega
barn dances tomorrow night. The
same dress will be seen a, the Phi
Sigma Kappa "Farmers Ball."
New Year's Eve is ar-iving a lit-
tle early this year as Pi Lambda
Phi and Zeta Beta Tau plan to
celebrate the date. Tau Delta Phi
will also usher in the New Year
Van Tyne and Kelsey House will
hold a joint dressy dance tomor-
row while Betsy Barbour will give
a square dance.
Red Johnson will play at the
annual Stockwell formal dance to-
From the pages of SEVENTEEN
hail to the
way out front
JAZZ CONCERT-Alexander Campbell's combo and The Ann Arbor
Alley Cats will play for the Union Jazz Concert to be held at 8:30
p.m. today in the Union Ballroom. Campbell is pictured on the
left playing the saxophone with Dave Kelton, trumpet player.
Dixieland, Bop' To Prevail
During Union Jazz Concert
I-M NIGHT- There will be a Co-
Rec Night from 7 to 10:30 p.m. to-
day at the IM Building. All facili-
ties will be available.
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WAA BASKETBALL-The Bas-
ketball Club will hold its first meet-
ing at 4:15 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym. A game will be played.
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UNION TRIP-Tickets are now
on sale in the Union Student Office
for "The Seven Year Itch" to be
held on Monday, Nov. 29, in De-
troit. Ticket sales will end Friday,
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Dixieland music and "bop" will
take over the Union at 8:30 p.m.
today as the Ann Arbor Alley Cats
and Alexander Campbell's Combo
perform at the Union-sponsored
The concert will provide an op-
portunity for the audience to com-
pare types of jazz with Campbell
offering music in the progressive
manner, and the Alley Cats ren-
dering traditional jazz.
Each playing for alternating fif-
teen minute intervals, the bands
will play some of their typical
Playing tenor sax for the "bop"
combo will be the leader, Alex
Campbell, while Dave Kelton will
be featured on the trumpet. Don
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