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rAGE FIVE

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1958 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE F1V1~

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Group To Hold Tryouts
For 'Brigadoon' Parts

ALL JUNIORS INVITED:
J-Hop Members To Hold Meeting

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STORE HOURS
9:30 TO 5:30 DAILY

By DONNA HANSON
Grrrab yer hot 'n "brrrig-a-
doon" yer frrriends-to the Union-
Coed mass meeting at 7:00 p.m. to-
night in the Union Ballroom.
Here's an opportunity for all
frustrated Broadway musical ac-.
tors and actresses to try out for
H illel Announces
Petitions; Casses
In Jewish Culture
Interviews for positions on Hil-
lelzapoppin Central Committee
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m., Mon-
day, Tuesday, Thursday, and Fri-
day in Hillel.;
For further information students
may contact Jay Keystone at 3-
4211, or Libby Sundel at 3-3384.
Hillel Officers have also an-
nounced that Hebrew classes will
be offered all insterested students
free of charge at Hillel.
t Yiddish Class
A Yiddish Class, a course in ba-
sic Judaism, and one in advanced
and elementary Hebrew will be
taught.
Students are urged to sign up at
the Hillel building as soon as pos-
sible.
Assistant Prof. Herbert H. Paper
who teaches Near Eastern Studies
at the University will conduct the
Yiddish Class to be held from 3
to 4 p.m. Wednesdays. He has in-
dicated that "College Yiddish" is
the book upon which his course
will be based.
Dr. Jacob To Teach n
The class in basic Judaism will
be conducted by Dr. Herman Ja-
cob, director of Hillel, at 7:30 p.m.
Mondays.
Dr. Jacob said that his course
will be run on a guided discussion
basis, and will cover such topics
as observances, ritual, intermar-
riage. The book to be used is
"Basic Judaism" by Milton Stein-
berg.
Aviani Minkovick, a teacher
from the Teacher's College in Tel
Aviv, will conduct the class in ad-
vanced and elementary Hebrew.
It will be offered at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
"Modern Hebrew", a first course
in reading, grammar and conver-
sation, will be required reading.
Volleyball
Teams have been paired offf
for the annual volleyball tour-
nament beginning at 5:10 p.m.
yr tomorrow in Barbour Gymna-
sium.

"Brigadoon," the first Union-Coed
show on campus sponsored by
Muskets, formally the Union Op-
era.
In addition to cast positions of
leads, dancing chorus and singing
chorus, there are openings on all
committees working with the show.
At this organizational meeting,
Don Medalie and Sara Schwartz,
co-general chairmen, will review
the show and explain various po-
sitions that are open.
Jim Short, who is in charge of
road shows, will also tell of the
value of the show as an activity.
Scheduled entertainment for the
mass meeting is a skit to be pre-
sented by Mimes members.
After the general meeting, stu-
dents will have an opportunity to
talk to the various committee per-
sonnel and find out in which com-
mittees they will have the most
interest.
The meeting, Medalie said, will
provide students with an oppor-
tunity to utilize latent talents,
whether they be musical, thespian
or otherwise.
Camp Counselors
Will Plan Agenda
Out-of-doors and activities en-
thusiasts may be interested in at-
tending a reorganizational meeting
of Camp' Counselors at 5:10 p.m.
tomorrow in the Women's Athletic
Building.
According to Jan Barber, club
manager, the club is planning a
different name this year. Mem-
bers of the club and advisors will
select its new title at a later date.
During the past summer several
members of the Women's Physical
Education Department attended a
meeting at Gull Lake, Michigan.
This was an educational meeting
on outdoor living for elementary,
high school and college instructors
from which they obtained ideas for
the club.
Among the new features of the
organization this year, are the
three units into which the year
will be divided. The first unit will
be firearms. In this division
coeds will learn to use firearms
as well as the etiquette of
shooting and safety. If coeds are
interested in joining the Rifle Club
during the winter months they will
duriae to do so after having
participated in this group.
After approximately three or
four weeks the club will take up
its second unit, skiing. Again after
after three or four weeks the third
group, fishing, will be the interest
of the coeds.

Setting a precedent by inviting
all their class members to take
part in the planning of J-Hop, the
members of the 1957 J-Hop Cen-
tral Committee will hold a mass
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, in
Rooms 3R and S of the Union.
General chairman, Steve Simich,
has indicated a desire to make the
dance a class project instead of
the work of the ten committee
members. Over 200 positions will
be open to juniors interested in
working on the event.
Chairmen will be needed to head
publicity sub-committees, includ-
ing stunts, posters, booklets, dis-

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plays and the campus committee
which will distribute posters and
post announcements.
Publicity co-chairmen, ticket
chairmen, ushers co-chairmen and
general production chairman are
available under the special events
committee.
Chairman of the buildings and
grounds sub-committee will help
arrange for services. provided by
non-students, such as refresh-
ments and lighting, and will help
with the construction of the band-
stands.

The tickets chairman will be re-
cruiting juniors to sell J-Hop tick-
ets in one hour shifts when genera
al sales open in January.
Four chairmen are also needed
to plan and present the fashion
show that will preview J-Hop at-
tire. Heads of publicity, programs
and models and a fashion co-or-
dinator will help to present the
showing on Tuesday, Dec. 18. j
ementsdin
As well as applying for these
special positions, juniors may sign
up to do committee work at Tues-
day's mass meeting.

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