100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 02, 1956 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1956-10-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER:-2,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

League

Gives

Assembly Association Will Begin
Associate Membership Program

Two

Courses

-Daily-ern Soden
CHARLESTON - Roland King and Johanna, Berke practice their
dance steps for the "Bermuda Bounce" to be held Saturday
x Coed To Be Crowned
A B

In Dancin
Students May Attend
Meeting Tomorrow
At Michigan League
Do you like to dance?
Perhaps you do not knov how,'
but would like to learn. The op-
portunity once again presents it-
self through the League dance
classes.
-Jan O'Brien, dance class chair-
man, has scheduled a mass meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League Ballroom. All coeds and
University men interested in the
classes may attend.
This year instruction for the
classes will be provided by Josef
Eder. He has previously instructed
in Europe.
Eder will instruct students in
beginning, intermediate, advanced
and exhibition dancing, beginning
Tuesday, Oct. 16 and Wednesday,
Oct. 17.
The League sponsors two courses
each semester for couples, in addi-
tion to two for stags and also an
exhibition class.
Beginning singles will be taught
at 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Wed-
nesday and intermediate classes
will be held at 8:30 p.m. the same
evening. The lessons will last for
eight weeks.
Steps to such well-known dances
as the fox trot, waltz, polka,
jitter-bug and charleston will be
taught by Eder. There will also
be lessons on such Latin American
numbers as the rhumba, tango
and mambo.

At its weekly board meeting, the
Assembly Association Board an-
nounced that an associate mem-
bership program has been set up.
The aim of associate member-,
ship is to provide a closer link
between those women living off
campus and those living in the
residence halls.
Under this program, women will
be able to participate in the activi-
ties of the residence halls upon the
payment of house dues. They will
have big sisters, and will be en-
couraged to take part in the house
functions such as the dances, spe-

cial dinners, teas, and homecoming
projects.
Associate Members
Associate members will be wel-
come to have meals at the resi-
dence halls and spend weekends
there in order to see what dormi-
tory life is like.
Assembly hopes that through
this program more women will be-
come familiar with the workings
of the residence halls, gain new
friends, and feel more a part of
the University campus.
Associate membership does not,

mean that by accepting member-
ship in a particular house, the
woman is signing up to live in that
house later on, nor that she will be
entering a residence hall sooner.
Membership Available
Any woman in off campus hous-
ing who was unable to attend the
meeting last Monday at the
League and is interested in this
program may leave her name at
the League Undergraduate Office.
She will then be notified of her
,assigned house.

. .1-----I1

OUR

SHIPMENT

"
of $4q9' Bicycles
Complete with pump, kickstand, and toolbag

There will be fun for all Satur-
day, Oct. 6, when the "Bermuda
Bounce" is presented from 9 p.m.
to midnight in the League Ball-
room.
Co-chairmen of the dance Nancy
Murphy and Connie Hill stated
that intermission will feature the
crowning of a king and queen who
will be chosen in the early part
of the evening.
The contestants will be judged
on their dancing skills and the

effectiveness of their bermuda out-
fits.
Winners will be suitably hon-
ored with silver crowns and this
event will be followed by the
Spanish trradition of breaking a
"Pinatee" full of candy.
The band of Paul Brodie will be
on hand around the Bermuda at-
mosphere to provide music for
dancing and these students will
also wear bermuda short outfits

HAS

ARRIVED

WILL TRYOUT FOR PLAY

LEADS:

Central Committee of Sophomore Show
Announces Men, Women To Be In Cast

also shipment of
SCHWINN LIGHTWEIGHTS
' starting at $53.95
We have chain locks, twin baskets, and lights.
"OWNED AND OPERATED BY STUDENTS"
STUDENT BICYCLE SHOP
1319 South University

DRAMATIC ATTRACTIONS
WORLD AFFAIRS
Season Tickets - Main Floor, $8.50, First Balcony, $7.50
SPECIAL STUDENT RATE - $3.50
Complete Course, Second Balcony, Unreserved
Box Office Now Open
HILL AUDITORIUM

The following people have been
chosen for the cast of Soph Show
and the first mass rehearsal will
be held at 9 a.m. Saturday in the
League.
In the cast are Julian Adler,
Karen Aldridge, Carol Applebaum,
Kay Arnstine, Bob Arnove, Merv
Aronoff, Beverly Auch, Lois Baer,
Rosemary Barnette, Linda Bates;
David Beisch, Shirley Berkowitz
and Kenneth Berberich.
Included in Cast
Joan Bernhardt, Marilyn Bez,
Belle Bisno, Barb Bixler, Marilyn
Blesch, Pat Bohn, Ann Buehur,
Kay Byers, Martha Chappell,
Sally Christiansen, Jane Clark,
Marilyn Clark, Carole Cobb, Perry
Cohen, Allan Collins, Sally Coon,
Dick Copeland, Carolyn Cummis-
key, Robert Currie and Jane Davis
will also be in the Soph Show
cast.
Others who have been chosen
are Dorrie Dennesen, Bob Deni-
son, Pam Dexter, Jim Dinedo, Bar-
Weddings and
Engagements
University students who would
like to announce their weddings
or engagements in The Daily
may fill out an information
blank which can be obtained
from the Women's Desk at the
Student Publications Building.
An engraving fee of $1.50 will
be charged for photographs ac-
companying .these .announce-
ments, but pictures are not re-
quired for the announcement
to be published.

bara Dunn, Ascher Eiberling,
William Eisenbeiser and Liz Ers-
kine.
Also Appearing
Lynn Fieldman, Lenore Fink,
Marty Fitch, Joan Flaxman, Scott
Florence, Mary Forshee, Sandy
Freeman, Betty Freeze and Sue
Gelula will also be appearing in
the show.
Others selected from the tryouts
are Lynda Genthe, Barbara Gold-
man, Kenneth Gometz, Carole
Goodhue, Mary Green, Larry Gus-
man, Jon Halpern and Janet Ham-
mer.
Gail Harnden, Susan Hattendorf,
Nancy Henry, Rosy Hidlebrecht,
Sut Hill, Joann Hodgman, Barbara
Hoover, Lee Haupt, Susan Janetz-
ke, Sandie Judson, Pat Kaminski,
Mort Kaplan, Charles Keller, Hank
Kerr, Kathryn Kilts, Pat Kinnel,
Karen Kleinert and Peg Knodel
will also be appearing in the pro-
duction.
List Continues
The list of the new cast mem-
bers continues with Carol Landis,
Sue Landsman, Steve Lazabers,
Barbara Levin and Phyllis Levine.
Charlene Lopate, Peggy Lough,
Sandy Lovre, Herman Magisshon,
Melba Maltenfort, Pat Marthenke,
Judy Martin, Marcia McKnight,
Ardie Miller, Mary Miller, Marilyn
Mintz, Monica Morrison, Mary
Morrow, Mary Moxley, Mary Mur-
phey and Ellen Murray will also
be in the show.
Other sophomores who passed
the tryouts are John Ohlson, Rose-
mary Palen, Julie Palmer, Pete
Patterson, Janet Poe, Emily Ray,
Susan Reisig, Sue Reissing, Judy

Rennell, Alice Royer, Lenore Sar-
raf, Alice Scafide and Barbara
Schiebler.
Coed Comedy
Marjorie Shook, Naomi Shulman,
Joy Snitman, Joan Taylor, Sue
Teagan, Ann Thomas, Judy Usher,
John Vavroch, Toby Weiner, and
Jim Wells, will appear in the coed
musical comedy.
Jerry Winski, Gerry Wise, Mary
Wheeler, Grace Wolosker, Shirley
Woodcock, Fred Wright andhCon-
nie Zipperman conclude the list
of cast members.
Final tryouts for the show leads
will be conducted at the mass re-
hearsal Saturday morning.
If any tryouts have questions,
they may stop at the League Social
Director's Office any time this
week.
Alcnw Cainpu4I
SOPH SHOW-The Soph Show
Central Committee will meet at
4 p.m. today in the Ann Arbor
Room of the League.
* * *
ADDRESSES, NUMBERS - Ad-
dresses and telephone numbers
of University coeds may be ob-
tained by calling 3-1511 and ask-
ing for the League Undergraduate
Office.
* * *
WOMEN'S STAFF TRYOUTS -
Tryouts for the Women's Staff of
the Michigan Daliy will be held
at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12 in the
Student Publications Building, lo-
cated at 420 Maynard St.

t ": v~:: rv ."". ": r: ." "r sr "v."stvrr+:.."." : -:.r"_ _ s .... . ,. ".
..t r. r... F. h. . F.:.. s:" . x. ¢"A :". ns -"r~ :c. . r -^rm.-xr.:::r .": sv.":r " " ; " " cs.":.v vv :"r:
.. s ..: v ... .....v... ... s .. }}. "} . }. . F Ffi . .. ....4 ... ..... ...... .. A" . .. .. r.: s::w:: r:." :"x": x" r r rv r -:":.:c.r,.v."." s::vs:vv.":as:v~.",s:..
- : ". :s:. :v. {r's.{.. r: .o-i { ~. A v}i:..r rr ...R. rr...rr .... .".... F..S.. ,.. ~}}....... s.v.....s..... s.......... .: }... A .s.b ...,F...:. s....ti......nsA.. r..... .. r. ....... ....:{ryy:y :;.".y "{ v: s v.
r} . r}Fr..,... a. ....:! -Far: ASS.:e ':45astn..,..."2 d". v.. /y f. !r y ' ' ) ." .'fY~. A :"a":."."... :".w.v::: r::".{i ":} vv:::.:": .{ R: vs.".{"'. . s". iii y
." :......., ":: r:":" :. .V :".: .. ~..... r. ...: {Y:.. .".". ' {'A'. ",L'w. .{S .Sr.11':1.:{'~.Y ... f' i ":11'."r~l:1'C 1 ' . F1. rte.. YhW
r: " w".XA'i si S ".LC.".?"..!ia{Ys'.'r."rrA1 1.'.G'Y§"i..afiT,.. r.Vu1'a'a'.{.1 ."}r.......:. .............. .........r.....r.::l::...,.......1:V: f."J:{.................. .......... '"lr..... ., ........,,,:.L'r.{'r. ."::'w:-'.1 "::1 .:.'1:1:tA "..{y .yMSY:.: ". }, ' : }} . yY ... , "

,

_
/^M1
r .

I.

g .

You i >
MTH

$5.95

.41' 1
WEATER SALE!
BLENDS, and ORLON
.O . .. .. 3.97 to 9.97
o save on sweaters of fine merino
ose so-easy-to-care-for orins ; . . all
or long sleeve slipons, cardigans,

With the largest selection of separates
you've ever seen from smart Blanket
Plaids to dyed to match sweaters -
blouses - skirts - slacks and bermudas.
The sweaters from kitten soft Ban-
lon at $6.95 to luxury cashmeres from
$16.95.
Slim skirts of Flannel from $7.95.
Pants, $8.95. Bermudas, $5.95. Jackets,
$14.95.

WOOL, CASHMERE-WOOL
Full Fashioned 1
e Ir A "s m s

bVLA I LKb!

I

Regularly 5.95 to 14.95, now

At;right
plaid full

is colorful
skirt andT

An amazing start of the season opportunity tt
wools, luxurious cashmere-wool blends, or tho
real value finds at these prices. Classic short

I I

E

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan