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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILV

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Men's Glee Club To Hold Annual Reunion

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By SUE RAUNHEIM
At their weekly meeting Tues
day night, League Council mem
bers heard various committee re
ports and were given an informa
talk by Miss Delores Elden, pro
gram assistant at Lane Hall.
Miss Elden stated that instea
of calling itself the Student Re
ligious Association, this group
changing its title to Campus Stu
dent Religious Organization, to in
lude all students, whether the
belong to denominational group
4 or not.
She added that in the futur
this association would be the voic
of organized religion on campus.
The problem of bicycle laws wa
brought up and it was suggeste
that ; students, when finding
ticket in their baskets, shoul
quickly check the license numbe
on it, as it has been found tha
some students receiving ticket
promptly put them in other bas
kets and the unknowing student
pay fines they do not deserve.
Tickets Available
For Union Trip
To See Operas
The Union is sponsoring the
first in a series of opera trips t
Detroit on Wednesday, Nov. 7, an
Sunday, Nov. 11.
Jussi Bjoerling of the Metropoli
tan Opera is starring in Rigolett
to be performed on Wednesday
Nov. 7. On Sunday, Nov. 11, Ces
are Valletti, also of the Metropoli
tan Opera will appear in the pro
duction of La Traviata. Both thes
shows are in Italian.
Tickets are on sale from 3 to
p.m. in the Student Activity of
fice at the Union. Since there ar(
only 72 tickets available for eac:
show, tickets should be purchase
or reservations made by today.
A bus will leave at 6:30 p.m. fror
the back of the Administratio
Building on the nights of the per-
formances.

Je epor rs
The resignation of Virginia Rob-
ertson, Daily Women's Editor,
from her permanent voting posi-
tion on League Council, was ac-
l cepted. In her place, but as a non-
voting member will be the women's
page reporter covering the League
d beat.
Nancy Brecht, Soph Show Cen-
is tral C o m m i t t e e Co-Chairman,
- stated that the rehearsals are com-
- ing along very well and that tickets
y will go on sale Monday, Nov. 5 for
s the show.
e WAA Club
d To Organize
a
d Coed enthusiasts of the basket-
r ball courts will have an oppor-
It tunity to join the WAA-sponsored
s, Basketball Club at its organiza-
- tional meeting to be held at 5:10
s p.m. Monday and Wednesday.
Both meetings will l e held in
the fencing room in the basement
of Barbour Gymnasium.
"No playing or practicing will
be done at these meetings," Judy
Gilbert, club manager, said. Pur-
pose of the organizational meet-
ings will be to determine the prac-
tice dates and game preferences.
Coeds will also have a chance to
e decide whether or not they want
o to play themselves, improve their
d skills or participate in a combina-
tion of these activities.
- "Games with high schools and
o other colleges have been sched-
y, uled," Miss Gilbert added.
- Instruction will be given for all
- those coeds who have not par-
-_ ticipated in this sport to any
e great extent. Some knowledge of
the sport is recommended by Miss
5 Gilbert.

By MARY BETH GODFROY
One hundred alumni will return'
to their alma mater Saturday for!N
the fourth annual reunion of thej
University of Michigan Men's Glee
Club.
A meeting will be held Saturday
morning in the Union and plans
will be discussed concerning the
100th anniversary of the Glee Club
which will occur in 1959.
Following this meeting the
alumni will attend the Michigan-
Illinois football game. Later in the
evening they will also attend the
combined Michigan-Illinois Glee
Club Concert in Hill Auditorium,
Will Sing on Stage
At the conclusion of this con-
cert these former glee club mem-
bers will join the Glee Club on
the stage for the singing of "The
Yellow and The Blue."
This concert will include tra-
ditional college songs, classical
numbers and popular items. Prof.
Phillip A. Duey, who recently re-
turned from a year's study in Eu-
rope, will conduct the Glee Club
in their performance,
Robert McGrath, one of the re-
turning alumni, will be a featured
soloist at this performance. Mc-
Grath, a graduate of the School
of Music in 1954, served as presi-
dent of the Glee Club that year
as well as president of the music
school.
Member of Novelaires
While at the University, he was

a member of the original
aires. After completing his
work, he served two years
United States Army.

Novel-
college
in the

During this time McGrath book-
ed tours for service groups in the
Seventh Army. While stationed at

Stuttgart, Germany, he and three
others organized a quartet and
entered various competition.
This group went on to win the
top prize over the whole European
Theater of Operations.
Graduate Music Student
Upon completion of his service
requirement, McGrath e n t e r e d

Manhattan College in New York
City as a graduate student in
music.
He is presently a tenor soloist
in one of the leading cathedrals
in New York City. After complet-
ing his advanced studies, Mc-
Grath hopes to enter, musical
comedy or the field of television.

-Daily-Dave Arnold
UNUSUAL SIGHT-Participating in the Sigma Delta Tau's project
to aid the Haven Home for Handicapped Children are Linda Falk,
Jean Schlusberg, Linda Lee and Bea Minkus.
Sigma Delta Tau Project
To Aid Florida Charity Fund

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Sigma Delta Tau coeds will
sponsor a car wash project from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the
Sigma Delta Tau house on 1405
Hill St.
In case of rain, the time will be
postponed from 1 to 5 p.m., Sun-
day.
In preparation for the event,
the coeds will receive a briefing
the day before, concerning the
proper methods of car washing.
The car washers will apply their
skil and "elbow grease" in order
to clean both the exterior and in-
terior of the cars.

The automobiles will be washed
with a special detergent. There will
be a slight additional charge to
the moderate price, for the clean-
ing of white wall tires.
The purpose of the car washingI
event is to raise funds for the
Haven Home for Handicapped
Children in Miami, Florida. This
home was started through the ef-
forts of Sigma Delta Tau alumna
and is completely supported by the
organization's philanthropic pro-
jects.

BOB McGRATH

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By SONNA SCHEINFELD
Students who are a part of the
Soph Show rehearsals are in the
process of creating a precedent,
that of the first coed class show.
This precedent will become well-
established if the hours of work
the cast devotes to the show, is
any indication. The sophomores
rehearse four days a week from 7
to 10 p.m. and work in four dif-
ferent groups, dance, chorus, leads
and orchestra.
The dance committee is under
the direction of Judy Harbeck and
Scotty Florence. Miss Harbeck has
had ten years of experience in
ballet. She appeared in her high
school's "Band Follies," and has
entertained at various functions.
Had Dancing Experience
Scott, with eight years dancing
experience, has performed in the
Union Opera, in stage shows, and
on television.
Among the dance numbers in
the show is "Varsity Drag," "Good
News" and "Today's the Day." The
numbers are light and in the spirit
of the roaring twenties. At present,
the male members of the cast are
trying to master a dance feat
called the "broken ankle."
Marcia Murphy, co-chairman of
the musical portion of the show,
is an accomplished pianist her-
self. She has performed in the
Grosse Point Symphony, the Uni-
versity Symphony, the Youth Sym-
phony of Michigan and was her
high school choir accompaniest.
Skilled Violinist
Bob Gantzos, "the other music
committee chairman, is a skilled
violinist. His experience includes
being concertmaster of the Toledo
Youth Orchestra, assistant con-
certmaster of the Wilminton In-
ternational Folk Festival and a
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member of the All-Ohio High rector, was the lead in her junior
School Symphony Orchestra. and senior class plays in high
The orchestra for the show will school. She has also performed in
consist of fifteen instruments. Ed the Ridgewood Civic Theatre.
La Mance, is director of the orch- The male student director, Jim
estra and chorus. Under his watch- Richmond, is a member of the
ful eye, the chorus is working very Inter-Fraternity' Council F'rater-
hard, nity Relations Committee and was
Lead in Class Plays active in the Union Opera program
Gretel Bailey, female student di- art work.

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