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December 15, 1955 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

International Center Will Sponsor'

Following their tradition the
International Students Association
will give a Christmas party for
all students from other nations
from 8 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the Union Ballroom.
All international students at-
tending are invited to bring their
American friends.
Married students are asked to

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bring their children with them to
join in the fun.
To Present Program
A program will be presented by
the students and the ISA staff.
Prof. James M. Davis, director of
the International Center, will be-
gin the entertainment by reading
the Christmas Story.

We just wanted to say that we'd go ouf
on a limba to wish each and every one of
you the merriest of Yuletide Seasons
Collins... Se &
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Students from the Philippines,
Japan, Burma and Germany will
entertain the guests with national
songs and dances. Mrs. Ana Rod-
riguez, from Cuba, will sing un-
usual Christmas carols.
Several Christmas selections will
Michifish Reveals
'New Membership
Coeds have been selected for
Michifish membership from the
advanced group of junior Michi-
fish.
Tryouts were held last week.
New members are Barbara Bar-
clay, Margaret Bearssy, Jacquelyn
Bresnahan, Barbara Brien, Emmie
Lou Dias, Betty Fries, Anne James,
Barbara Kliss, Judy Lahde, Sylvia
Mayers, Leah Steel and Margaret
Warren.c
Manager of Michifish, Marion
Charvat, remdrked that tryouts
who did not make the club are
encouraged to come to the junior
Michifish meetings at 8:15 p.m.
Wednesdays.
Tryout slips with scores will be
handed back at the meetings.

Yule Party
be sung by the following staff
members: Kathleen Mead, Betty
Boulet, Barbara Snoek, Sarah
Grollman, Alice Russell, Jane Hen-
dricks, Gaston Sigur and Robert
Schuiteman. The singing' will be
accompanied by Marguerite Ran-
dall and directed by Prof. Davis
and Janice Miller.
Carol Singing
The rest of the entertainers, di-
rected by Mrs. Miller and accom-
panied by James Wilkes of Eng-
land, will also sing carols.
Everyone attending the party is
asked to bring an inexpensive gift
which will be placed under the
tree. Students will be decorating
the tree tomorrow afternoon.
Santa Claus will distribute the
presents later in the evening and
will also have gifts for the children
attending.
Punch, fruit cake and Christmas
cookies will be served to everyone.
Clifford Miller will conduct nov-
elty group games and small prizes
will be awarded to the winners.
The remainder of the evening
will be spent in dancing to records,
and the party will end at midnight
with the singing of "Silent Night."

U' Students
To Serenade
With Carols
Many parties are being planned
by campus organizations before
students leave for the Christmas
vacation.
Members of Alpha Sigma Phi
are having a caroling party to-
day, as are those of Alpha Tau
Omega. The latter will be hosts
to Alpha Delta Pi, and will serve
refreshments at the chapter house
afterwards.
Delta Chi members will enter-
tain guests from Martha Cook af-
ter their caroling party. Mem-
bers of both groups may bring
dates to the party.
Helen Newberry Residence will
serve hot chocolate and donuts to
their guests from Gomberg House
after caroling, while Kelsey House
will be hosts to coeds from Klein-
stueck House.
Assistant to the dean of men,
William Zerman, will be a guest
at the Delta Kappa Epsilon party
for members and their dates.
The Forester's Club is holding
a party from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
tonight in Rm. K of the Union.

By SUE RAUNHEIM
Many treats await students who
will be in New York City during
the Christmas vacation.
Broadway plays are in full
bloom with "Cat on A Hot Tin
Roof" heading the list of dramatic
performances. This show, starring
Barbara Bel Geddes, won the
Pulitzer prize for 1955.
Musicals such as "Fanny, "Com-
edy in Music" and "Damm Yan-
kees" will be available to the pub-
lic. Rodgers and Hammerstein's
new show, "Pipe Dream," will also
appear on Broadway at this time.
For those who enjoy comedy,
"Bus Stop," "No Time For Ser-
geants" and "The Matchmaker"
are the comedy hits of the season.
The "Diary of Ann Frank," star-
ring Susan Strasberg will be
thrilling audiences with its wonder
and anguish.
Followers of Shakespearean
plays will have a chance to see
"Measure for Measure" which the

Columbia players will present at
Columbia University.
The fifth annual Chanukah fes-
tival for Israel will be held at
Madison Square Garden on Mon-
day, Dec. 19. Artists who will
appear in person are Louis Cal-
hern, Edward G. Robinson and
Kim Hunter.
Ballet enthusiasts will enjoy the
Ruth Page Ballets featuring Alica
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JGP-There will be a meeting of
the Junior Girls Play properties
committee at 5 p.m. today in the
League.
* * *
SENIOR SOCIETY - There will
be a meeting for Senior Society
members at 9:30 p.m. on Monday,
Jan. 9 in the League. Members
may turn their money into the
Alumnae office.

Markova in "The Merry Widow
and "Revenge," with music b
Verd from Il Trovatore.
The Azuma Kabuki Dancers an
Musicians, who are returning t
the United States after severe
European engagements, will appes
at the Broadway theatre.
Marionette fans will be able I
watch Bill and Cora Baird whe
they present their puppet shoe
"Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,
plus a selection of favorites fror
the Bairds "160" number.
Moviegoers will have a trea
when they attend the Roxy Chri
show being featured with ti
movie, "The Rains of Ranchipur.
On the ice stage, audiences wi
view the skating party and th~
Roxy Chorale in a medley of song
including "Christmas in Killa2
ney," "First Noel" and "Joy T
The World." The entire compan
will sing "Auld Lang Syne" an
"Silent Night" when they appea
in a 'red, white and blue proces
sional.

VACATION ENTERTAINMENT:
Broadway Offers Plays, Ballet

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