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TIFMSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FMv

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1954 PAflh! PIVII!

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Michigan Students at Ohio State
To Enjoy Full, Varied Weekend

INDEPENDENTS PERFORM:
Assembly Reveals Fortnite Skits

"If you haven't a ticket for the
Ohio State game Saturday, better
not plan to make the trip," is the
advice from the Ohio State Bureau
of Public Relations.
The Women's Self Government
Association reports, "If students
do not have tickets when they

leave Michigan, they will not be
able to get into the game, unless
they wish tso pay 'scalper's pri-
ces'."
A similarly pessimistic report
comes from the Ohio Hotel Associ-
ation which states, "There are

JUNIOR COEDS:
JGP Committee Will Hold
Mass Meeting at League
Come on along to JGP" will
echo from the League Ballroom trials and tribulations of a cen-
between 7 and 8 p.m. tonight as tral committee without committee
members of the Junior Girls' Play members.
central committee hold a mass Costumes representative of the
meeting for all junior coeds. chairman's duties will be donned
Committee members will intro- by each member for her part in
duce themselves to the assembled the song and dance routine.
women with a skit depicting the After the opening program, the
coeds attending the mass meeting
will have an opportunity to dis-
Martha Cook Tea cuss the work of each committee
with its chariman and to sign up
To Honor Coeds for the jobs they would like to do.
Women who are interested in
New women on campus will be helping with JGP but are unable
guests of honor at a tea from 3:30 to attend the meeting tonight may
to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Mar- sign up in the League Undergradu-
tha Cook Building. ate office or call general chairman
All freshman and transfer wom- Alice James.
en may drop in after classes to Committees in need. of members
meet the Martha Cook women, include music, make-up, stage,
sample the punch and cookies and ushers, costumes, properties, pro-
take a tour of the building. grams, tickets, scenery, posters and
Friday tea is a tradition at Cook. publicity.
Once or twice during each year the This year's JGP will open March
residents invite various groups on
campus to be guests of honor at Nigh t preshetation attndednior
the informal event.Ni resen.atiatede nb
In the past, guests of honor have senior women. It will be given
included such groups as the pres- again Friday and Saturday eve-
idents and secretaries of all the nings of that week.
undergraduate clubs on campus, Music and lyrics for the annual
the SL candidates and the house show have already been completed
directors and presidents of all wom- and a title will soon be chosen.
en's residences. Tryouts for the play, produced en-
One of the other outstanding tirely by the junior girls, will be
features of Cook is its many tradi- held later. Singing and dancing
tions, such as the Messiah Supper, parts are included in the presen-
Christmas Breakfast, Memorial tation.
Service and the Formal Dinner for In discussing the mass meeting,
women new to the building. general chairman, Miss James,
The money for the Martha Cook said that JGP provides a good op-
Building was donated by William portunity for junior women to take
Cook as a memorial to his mother, an active part in campus and class
Martha Wolford Cook. The building activities and urged them all to
was opened in September, 1915. attend the meeting.

practically no rooms left in Co-
lumbus."
For students who do have tick-
ets and room accommodations, an
interesting weekend is ahead, ac-
cording to the WSGA.
Dances, Concerts, Play
On tomorrow evening students
may attend "Candlelight Inn," an
admission free dance featuring a
nightclub atmosphere, at 9 p.m. in
the Ohio Union Ballroom.
The Michigan and Ohio State
Men's Glee Clubs willpresent a
concert at 8 p.m. Saturday in the
Union ballroom. Tickets, which are
available on both campuses, are
$1.50, general admission, and $1.80,
reserved.
Following the concert an all-
campus dance sponsored by Civi-
tas, the Men's Independent Organ-
ization, will be held. It will begin
at 10:30 p.m., and there will be no
admission charge.
"The Emperor Jones," a play
by Eugene O'Neill will be present-
ed by the department of speech
at 8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday
in the Drama Theatre of Derby
Hall. Tickets are priced at $1.20
OSU's Marching Band willgive
a concert at 3:15 p.m. Sunday
Glee Club Program
The Glee Club concert program
will include classical and semi-
classical numbers, as well as spir-
ituals, selections from musical
comedies and college songs.
The Michigan Glee Club, direct-
ed by Prof. Philip A. Duey, will
present a program similar to the
one performed at the Michigan
State joint concert last Saturday.
Directed by Norman Staiger, the
Ohio State Glee Club will present
their interpretations of "Fifty
Men .and a Girl," "Break
Forth Into Joy" from Handel's
"Messiah," "Benedictus" f r o m
"Messe Solennele" by Gounod and
"Turn Back, O Man" by Holst
and Lefebvre.
The Ohio State quartet, the
"Frosugleecqs," will present sev-
eral varied selections.
Both groups will sing "Father
William" from "Alice in Wonder-
land," "Ballad of Hurry Up" from
Blitzstein's "Airborne Symphony,"
Negro spirituals, "Rock-a My Soul"
and "If I Got My Ticket, Can I
Ride?" and "Campus Echoes" ar-
ranged by R. Heine and N. Staig-
ler.

Judges, skit titles and program
have been announced by Assem-
bly's Fortnite chairman, Claudia
Moore Smith.
Judges will be Mrs. Harlan
Hatcher; Jean Bromfield, Pan-hel-
lenic president; Lucy Landers,
League president; John Baity, In-
ter-Fraternity Council president;
Tom Leopold, Union president; and
Stan Levy, Inter-House Council
president.
Fortnite is initiating a new prac-
tice, that of having four women
emcee the program. These women
will be Laura Webber, Carolyn
Wysocki, Nora Granito and Rima
Nickell.
The program will begin with an
explanation of the duties of Assem-
bly board.
21 Acts Included
21 acts are included in the show.
Houses will vie for first prize with
such skits as Betsy Barbour's
"Who Put the Overalls in Mrs.
Murphy's Chowder," Couzens' "It's
a Woman's World," Stockwell's
"Give Me Five Minutes More"
and, as the final offering, the
Housemothers' skit, "Bermuda"
which will not be entered for com-
petition.
Afterthe skits, Dean Elsie Ful-
ler, assistant to the Dean of Wom-
en, will present scholarship awards

to women who maintained a four
point average over both semes-
ters last year.
At the end of the program a cup
will be presented to the winning
house.
Four cups will be given to resi-
dence hall in each division, accord-

ing to size, which has the highest
scholastic average. Hazel Frank,
Assembly president, will distrib-
ute president's pins
Fortnite is an annual project of
Assembly Association. All coeds
are invited to attend the show Mon-
day evening

Marching Band To Present
Routines at Televised Game
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-Daily-Lynn Wallas
NON-PERISHABLE DINNER-Left to right, Lois Yandell, Madge
Lawrence, Lois Shein and Beverly Ashby look over plans for the
drive today.
Coed Food Parcel Collection
To Aid Needy City Families

Dance routines which have won
applause this year for the Michi-
gan Marching Band will be com-
bined in the half-time show for
Saturday's game with Ohio State
University in Columbus.
The show will include the
Charleston, the Mambo and a high-
ly-intricate dance routine which
has been developed for the "St.
Louis Blues." The band will do
only one formation, that of a huge
coffee maker in which hot "cof-
fee" will be brewed.
In its pre-game appearance, the
band will salute Ohio State by
forming four rotating O's while
playing the "Buckeye Battle Cry."
Both the game and the half-time

entertainment will be nationally
televised.
The band will leave Ann Arbor
at 8 a.m. tomorrow for Newark,
0., where a practice session is
scheduled from 2:45 to 4:45 p.m.
Band members will spend the
night at Newark and stage a pre-
view of the Ohio State game show
at 8:15 p.m. In White Field. The
show will include the Walt Disney
show given at the Northwestern
and Minnesota games and the
tribute to John Philip Sousa which
was presented at the Illinois game.
The band will move into Colum-
bus Saturday at 9:45 a.m. for an
hour long rehearsal, and start back
to Ann Arbor at 6 p.m.

Needy families in Ann Arbor will
be aided by Assembly Association's
"non-perishable foods" dinner to-
night.
Canned goods, cookies, fruits and
other packaged items will be col-
lected at the doors of women's res-
idence hall dining rooms. The food
will be distributed to families se-
lected by the Dunbar Center.
Last year's dinner was termed
quite successful by committee
members. The drive was limited
to cans only, however.
This semester the dinner collec-
tion will include other foods, both
to make selection easier for the
coeds and to provide a larger va-
riety for the families.
Those chosen by the Center are
largely families with five to ten

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ART CONTEST-Deadline for the
Union Art Contest will be extended
through this afternoon. Entries may
be taken to the Student Offices be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m.
* * *
VOLLEYBALL - The following
teams will play in the volleyball
tournamentat 7:15 p.m. today:
the winner of Couzens I and Alpha
Delta Pi vs. Chi Omega; winner of
Delta Gamma and Yost vs. Alpha
Chi Omega II.
SCROLL-There will be a meet-
ing of Scroll for an Ensian picture
at 7:15 p.m. today in the League.
MODERN DANCE CLUB - The
Modern Dance Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Besides the usual lesson, casting
and further plans for the Christmas
Program will be announced.
* * *
INTERNATIONAL TEA - The
weekly tea sponsored by the Inter-
national Students Association and
the International Center will be
held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today at
Rackham Hall, in honor of Jap-
anese student leaders now on tour
of U.S. universities.
SHOW TRIPS-Tickets for the
Union-sponsored show trips may be
purchased from 3 to 5 p.m. week-
dayshuntil Thanksgiving vacation at
the Union Student Offices. The trip
to see "Seven Year Itch" on Nov.
29 will cost $3.25 and seats and
transportation to "A Midsu'mmer
Night's Dream" Dec. 9 are priced
at $5.25.

children, and in most cases one
of the parents is sick or unable to
work.
"This is a chance for women to
help people who would otherwise
have very little to really enjoy at
Thanksgiving," said Lois Shein,
special projects chairman of As-
sembly.
Photo Contestants
Receive Awards
For Prize Entries
Copping the grand prize in the
Union-sponsored photo contest was
Don Campbell with his entry in the
curricular division of the compe-
tition, showing a Michigan coed
facing the confusion of registra-
tion.
Campbell also captured top hon-
ors in the extra-curricular phase of
the contest. The third first place,
in the campus and community
scenes, was taken by Gus Cout-
sourakis.
Second place awards went to
Paul Kerastas in the campus and
community division, C. G. Christo-
fides for his curricular subject, and
Kent Pickard's extra-curricular
photograph.
Receiving honorable mention for
their photographic work were C.
G. Christofides and Abraham Zyl-
berman.
Prof.Philip C. Davis and Prof.
David H. Reider of the School of
Design and Prof. C. Wilbur Peters,
of the physics department, judged
the pictures.
Winners may go to the Union
Student Offices from 3 to 5 p.m.
this week to pick up their prizes.
Winning photos will be entered in
the National College Photography
Contest and sent to a national
magazine for possible publication.
The pictures will be on display
in the Union lobby until Thanks-
giving vacation. Dick Cramer, con-
test chairman, urges students to
come to see the exhibited work.

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