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rITURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1955

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Glee Club To Present
Concert With Indiana

Songs of Broadway and campus
fame will be mixed with classical,
selections when the University of
Michigan Men's Glee Club com-
Ibines with the Singing Hoosiers of
Indiana University at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12 in Hill Audi-
torium."
Reserved seats for the joint con-
cert will go on sale Monday in
the ticket office of the Adminis-
tration Building. Orders are now
being accepted for block seats in
3519 Administration Building.
Starting in 1951 with a combined
concert with Cornell University,
the joint affairs have become a
Michigan tradition and include
programs with' various other col-
leges as well.
Varied Repetoire
The concert will open with the
Singing Hoosiers, directed by
George F. Kruger, who will feature
a varied repetoire of numbers.
The first section of their pro-
gram will be followed by the ap-
pearance of the Hoosier Queens,
a group of ten coeds, as well as a
dance duo and a male quartet.
With the singing of the tradi-'

tional hymn, "Laudes Atque Car-
mina," the Men's Glee Club under
the supervision of new acting di-
rector Walter S. Collins, will open
their portion of the program.
Classical and Modern
The first group of songs includes'
classical and modern ,selections in
a variety of moods. It will be fol-
lowed by the premiere of a new
organization, the Friars. A double'
quartet, they will offer a series of
light, whimsical numbers.
A medley of Michigan songs
comprises the next part of the
show, before the combined voices
of both glee clubs and visiting
alumni close the program with the
singing of the two Alma Maters.
Organized in 1859, the Men's
Glee Club has sung coast-to-coast
under the sponsorship of alumni
clubs, concert organizations, civic
and service groups and music
school departments.
Broadcasts, recordings and a mo-
ti'on picture short entitled "Songs
of the Campus" are among the
Club's more recent accomplish-
ments.

Gym Class
Registration
To Be Open
Indoor Sport Activities
To Fulfill Requirement
Of University Women
Registration for the second
quarter of Women's Physical Edu-
cation will take place tomorrow
and Saturday in Barbour Gymna-
sium.
Coeds who have physical edu-
cation requirements to meet may
register for the first indoor season
which begins November 14, from
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, and
from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Sat-
urday in the basement of Barbour
Gym. it
Women wishing to elect any
courses offered may register Mon-
day, Tuesday or Wednesday from
8 a.m. until noon on the main
floor of Barbour Gym.
A registration of about 1500 is
expected although over 1600 posi-
tions are open in various, classes.
The sports that are open this
season are indoor ones, many of
which are only offered during the
winter.
Bowling, posture, figure and car-
riage, and fencing classes usually
are the most popular. Coeds wish-
ing to take these courses are ad-
vised to register early.
Facilities for the wide range of
activities offered include the wo-
men's pool, Barbour Gym and the
Womens' Athletic Building. The
Colosseum is used for skating in-
struction and the stables for rid-
ing classes.
Among the other sports offered
for the eight week season are ap-
paratus, which includes the use
of the trampoline and rings; bal-
let; badminton; basketball and fig-
ure and ice skating.
The list is concluded with mod-
ern dancing, riding, swimming,
diving, life saving and tap danc-
ing.

Several posts for women are stit
available in the Union Opera.
Coeds interested in secretarial,
costuming, set painting and pro-
motion positions may inquire at
Room 3G in the Union.
"This is the first time in the
history of the Union Opera that
women are playing such an im-
portant part," remarked Bill Stone,
promotion chairman.
Stone added that coeds are now
active on such committees as pub-
licity, song writing, business, make
up, scenery and costumes.
"Women have expressed a pref-
erence for behind-the-scenes work,
rather than actual stage perform-
ance," he continued.
Although the Union Opera is
traditionally put on by men, there
are approximately one hundred
women participating in it this
year.
"Film Flam," the name chosen
for this year's show, is a take off
on the old silent screen produc-

d-
tions, written by Chuck Reynolds, The show will be presented here
Bill Russell and Russ Brown. in Ann Arbor on December 6, 7,
The cast will be announced Fri- 8 and 9 at the Michigan Theatre.
Tnhe cat willhe aonced u- It will also appear in Detroit,
day night at the Opera Organiza- Flint and other cities that have
tftn Party, not yet been decided.
Program Offered for Study Abroad

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Opera Posts Available for Coeds

New counseling services are be-
ing initiated by the International
Center for American students who
wish to study abroad.
A complete list of foreign uni-
versities in the free world and the
fields that they excel in will pro-
vide the backbone of the new pro-
gram. Gaston Sigur, of the Cen-
ter, will aid the student in making
a decision, after the material on
hand has been surveyed.
Students will be told the require-
ments for studying at particular
universities and aided in submit-
ting their application.
A highlight of the counseling
service is that the student inter-
ested in studying abroad will be

referred to a student'at the Uni-
versity who has studied at the
foreign school in question. This
will make it possible for the stu-
dent to get a more personal picture
of the university he has chosen,
and to have many of his questions
answered.
Arising from a steady request
for it, this service is the first of
its kind on campus. It will be
handled in co-operation with the
Human and International Welfare
Committee of SGC, which is head-
ed by Bob Leacock.
Students interested should con-
tact the International Center of-
fice, located in the Union.

-Daily-Sam Ching
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Gretchen Quine and Patti Drake, assistant decorations chairman,
design the water lilies that will be part of the oriental garden for
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Bringing oriental splendor to the
League Ballroom, Panhellenic As-
sociation will present Ming-
Wai, the 1955 Panhel Ball on Fri-
day, Nov. 11.
Assuring authenticity of the
Eastern theme, Alice Louie, a mem-
ber of Pi Beta Phi, is acting as
technical director for the dance.
Entering the Ballroom through
a large round moongate in the gar-
den wall, sorority women and their
dates will find themselves in an
exotic oriental garden, complete
with dark green ming trees and
garden centers.
Large Pagoda
Decorations chairman Nancy
Johnston of Alpha Delta Pi and
her committee have constructed a
12-foot pagoda in vivid bitter-
sweet and yellow hues, to center
the dance floor.
Crossing over a bridge, dancers
will visit an oriental shrine in the
concourse.
Taking over the entire second
floor of the League, the commit-
tee will decorate separate rooms
for patrons, ushers and couples
who wish to sit out a dance.
Fortune Cakes
Highlighting the refreshment
room will be tiny fortune cakes,
An exhibition of ballroom danc-
ing will be held during intermis-
sion in the second ballroom as a

choral quartet takes the spotlight
on the main stage.
which are pastries containing slips
of paper predicting the future of
each pair.
Strung gaily throughout the
League will be multicolored Jap-
anese lanterns.
While Hal Singer's orchestra
plays in the main Ballroom, the
musical aggregation of Bill Bot-
tomly will provide music in a
smaller room.
League Night
The annual League Night for
coeds will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today in the League Ballroom.
Skits from the different class
productions as well as enter-
tainment ly the Psurfs will be
featured. Coffee will be serv-
ed and informal gatherings
with members of the League
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COUZENS HALL-Couzen's Hall
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4 p.m. today at the League.
* * *
BURO-CATS-There will be a
meeting for all members of the
Buro-Cat organization to have
their picture taken for the Ensian
at 5 p.m. today in the League.
RIFLE CLUB - Meeting of the
Rifle Club will be held at 7 p.m.
today in the Women's Athletic
Building. The club will meet at
its regular time next week.
* * *
MODERN DANCE CLUB-Mem-
bers of the Modern Dance Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at
Barbour Gymnasium. Business
meeting of the group will be held
at 8:30 p.m.
SWIMMING MEET-Finals in
the women's inter-house swimming
meet will be held at 8 p.m. today
at the women's pool.
SOPH SCANDALS - Decorat-
ing committee for Soph Scandals
will meet. at 7 p.m. today in the
Judiciary Room at the League.
* * *
SENIOR SOCIETY-There will
be a meeting of the Senior Society
from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the
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League Will Hold
Training Meeting
For Secretaries
All secretaries who are con-
nected with the League will have
a training meeting at 4 p.m. Fri-
day, Nov. 11, in the League.
The purpose of this meeting will
be to teach these coeds the fun-
damentals in correct secretarial
procedures. The methods for tak-
ing minutes at meetings, typing
up the minutes after meetings and
correct parliamentary procedure
will be among the topics discussed.
Margaret Lane. secretary of the
League and Elaine Borkowski,
League parliamentarian, will lead
the discussion and will answer any
questions which the women have.
This meeting is open to all co-
eds who hold the office of secre-
tary on any of the coed organiza-
tions on campus.

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