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Madrigal Choir To Give Concert


MADRIGAL CHOIR-Presenting a concert at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium.

Student Madrigal Choir of the
University of Munster, Germany,
will give a concert at 8:30 p.m.
A Saturday in Hill Aud.
Sponsored by the Men's Glee
Club, the concert is free of charge
and open to the public.
"Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst
walten" by J.G. Bach will begin
the program to be followed by
other religious songs by. Distler,
Mozart and Bruckner.
During the second half of the
performance, the choir of 50 men
aitd women will sing selections by
Brahms and Orff. The Madrigals
will conclude with a number by
Panhellenic Association h a s
made arrangements for the wo-
men to stay in 20 sorority houses,
while the men will be housed in
Following the concert, Lambda
Chi Alpha will entertain the choir
members at a party so that they
might get some idea of the social
life on campus.
to The
Michigan Daily

The choir, which originated
nine years ago, has sung at the
"Accademia di Santa Cecilia" in
Rome, an honor ordinarily -given
only to long standing professional
They have taken part in two
international conventions . for
c h o r a 1 music at Montpellier,
France in the spring.of 1955 and

in Turin, Italy in 1957, where they
were awarded a gold medal.
The group sings six concerts
each year and has made seven
tours in foreign countries.
Establishing personal contact
with American students is the
primary reason for this, their first
tour of America. The West Ger-
man Republic is sponsoring the
choir's' round trip by plane.

To Sponsor
NSA Tours
Educational Travel, Inc.t
Offers Trips Abroad
Entirely for Students
Recognizing the fact that stu-
dent groups go abroad each sum-
mer, the National Student Con-
gress offers tours to students
through the Educational Travel,
Recently Student Government
Council approved a request from
the League Council to sponsor the
tours this year.
Under the direction of Linda
Green, '59, chairman of orienta-
tion for the League, and her com-
mittee, two travel conferences will
be held on Nov. 12 and 13 in the
League to show pictures, explain
the tours and answer questions.
The ETI tours, composed en-
tirely of students - both Ameri-
can and European -- are inexpen-
sive because as a student organi-
zation, they have close connec-
tions with European student or-
ganizations who in turn make
the necessary arrangements.
Special student ships are used.
On board there is an orientation
program which includes language
classes, art and history discus-
sions, music talks and other ac-
The touring groups, limited to
30, are led by foreign University
students who are familiar with
their country'sart, history and
Students traveling under the
auspices of NSA have the advan-
tage of the organization's mem-
bership in the international stu-
dent community.
This helps to arrange for be-
hind the scenes tours, meetings
with government officials, out-
standing educators and student
leaders in all countries visited.
Prices include round trip trans-
Atlantic transportation, all trans-
portation in Europe, lodging at
pensions and hotels, three meals
daily, passes to museums, gal-
leries and other stopping points
and most tips. They vary as to
means of travel, length of the
trip and country or countries to
be visited.
Meet Other Students
"Most of the tours mingle with
American tourists, but these tours
mingle with the students in each
country," says Miss Green.
"It's another way to improve
relations between our countries,"
she continued.
There are no restrictions on
traveling with the group. Stu-
dents can leave and rejoin the
tour whenever they wish.
"At the end of the tour you get
a week's free travel wherever you
want to go," adds Miss Green-

Block 'M' To Sponsor
Card Design Contest
Got any card tricks up your
sleeve? 14-16 and the theme, "
Block "M" is sponsoring a de- Crazy."
sign contest for a card stunt ad-
vertising Soph Show, according horses, cowboys, dancig girh
to Carolyn Fisher, '58 A&D. the facsimile since it is a wesi
All entries are due at 5 p.m. theme.
Monday at the Wolverine Club For further information
Office, 2522 Student Activities Sue Sargoy, '59, at Victor Vau
Building., or Miss Fisher at Betsy Barbc
The winning stunt will be pre-
sented during the Iowa Game. rave U W RI L O rv
The designer will receive two free .lI* ,
tickets to Soph Show. p 0
The stunt should be drawn on Unbelievable Low C
a hpiece of graph paper, blocked
of f with 29 squares across and ~ ur
45 squares down. The design, 60 Days . from$
drawn on this paper, may use
from two to eight of the flash-
card colors.3-65 D 'ys $
The colors are red, yellow, blue, a ,, u.
green, orange, black, brown and S DRMny foursilde
white.college credit.
white. pt L S Also tow-cost trips to Me
Designs may be done in two \$149 upSouth America $6'
parts - up and flip. They may Around the World $139
also be planned to be held in con- Ask Your Travel Age'
junction with' the band. 25th
Other information that should Year WORLD TRVEL.ec
be included are the date, Nov.




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Glee Club. Names Members

Final tryouts for the 1957-58
Men's Glee Club were held dur-
ing the week of Sept. 23 and the
following new ,men were selected
to sing. with the club. -
First tenors selected are: Johnj
G. Robb, '61; Daniel Jackson, '60;w1
Donald Proux, '61; Richard Pratt,
'60; Fred Farran, '59 and Gordon
Clark, '61.
David Ruhala, '61; Joe Taze-
laar, '59; Warren Jaworski, '61;
Grant Born, '61; Tommy Cultice,
'61; Wayne Muller, '59; Tom
Gething, '61; Jonathan Trost, '61;
Robert Blasch, '59; Duane Fink,
'61; David Smalley, '61 and Rich-
ard Mason, '59 are the new bari-
Added to the roster as second
tenors are: Peter Maher, '61;
Richard Luplaw, '60; Gary Souter,
'61; Charles Nelson, '60; Ed Far-
ran, '59; Ten Elmer, '61; Paul

Gruner, '59; William Gorton, '61:
Victor Calcaterra, '61; Jerome
Shaffer, Grad. -md Paul Camp-
bell, '61.
Willis Patterson, '59; Ron
Trawbridge, '61; John Schroeder,
'60; David Meissner, '61; Tom
Shearer, '59; Robert Dutnell, '61;
W. Gary Pence, 'C 1; Rudolf Bickel,
'59; Garth Shultz, '61; Richard
Kremer, '61; James Damm, '61;
and Frank Wareham, '61 were the
basses selected.
Plans are being completed for
the fifth annual combined con-
cert to be held Saturday, Nov. 23.
This year the Club will combine
their voices with the Ohio State
Glee Club to present an evening
of collegiate concert music. The
concert will be on the evening of
the Ohio State game.
During the year the Club plans
to take two extended tours. One
will be held between semesters
and the second will .come at the
usual time of Glee Club travel,
during Spring vacation.
The Michigan Men's Glee Club
is under the direction of Prof.
Philip A. Duey of the school of
music. The club was founded, as
the second oldest such organiza-
tion in the country, in 1859.
In 1959, during the Club's cen-
tennial celebration, it is planning
an extended tour out of the
United States, comparable to its
tour of Europe in 1955.

TEA - The International Stu-
dent Association and the Inter-
national Center are sponsoring
their weekly tea from 4:30 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today at the Interna-
tional Center.
Freshman women's honorary will
meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Kalamazoo Rm. of the League for
Ensian pictures. Pins and certi-
ficates not received in the spring
will be distributed.
m-HOP - J-Hp central co-
mittee announces that sign-ups lotV1F
for 'sub-committee chairmen will "
remain open today. StudentĀ§ may
sign up from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in
the lobby of the SAB.
ATION -- The Diwali celebration
will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Sat-
urday atLane Hall. Tickets are
available at International Center.
S.G.C. ELECTIONS - Signaup
sheets for those interested in
working at polling booths Nov.
12 and 13, are at the League Un-
dergrad office and the Union bul-
letin board today through Satur-
day, announced Marcia Flucke,
'58, of the SGC elections commit-
GOLF, TENNIS CLUBS - The These are "THE" sports ! ! We've
have been discontinued untilnext got 'e now! Rock 'n Roll saddles in black and white glove
spring, according to the Women's leather ... Teen-age crush shag slims in black, camel, grey, white or red,
Athletic Association. on platter-thin rubber sole. As seen in Seventeen.
SWIMMING MEET - The-pre- Both styles with popular ivy league buckled backs.
liminaries and finals of the wo-
men's swimming meet have been
Nov. 19 has been tentatively re-
scheduled for the meet.
Housing units are unlimited in
the number of entries for the
four-girl, 100 yard ,relays. All 306 SOUTH STATE STREET
teams must be registered by Nov.
11 at the Women's Pool.




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