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TiE MICHIGAN DAILY

Social Groups
To Have Dance
Today In Union
Entire Campus Is Invited
To Affair Sponsored
By Greek Letter Clubs
The Union Ballroom will be the
scene, from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
day, of an interfraternity dance to be
sponsored by central district fraterni-
ties and sororities represented on
campus during the Summer Session.
Second social event to be given
here by the groups, the dance plan-
ning committee met upon the invi-
tation 'of Alpha Kappa Alpha soror-
ity, with Audrey E. Moseley, past re-
gional vice-president as chairman.
Sororities and fraternities repre-
sented were Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta
Phi Beta, Omega Psi Phi, Kappa Al-
pha. Psi, Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Phi
Alpha and Gamma Tau.
On the committee planning the
dance, are representatives from the
sponsoring organizations, with Miss
Moseley, of Howard University, Wash-
ington, D.C., in the position of chair-
Wan.
Other members are T. H. Broome of
Ompga Psi Phi, treasurer and Virginia
Moss of Delta Sigma Theta, Miss
Carol of Zeta Phi Beta, Sherman
Greene of, Kappa Alpha Psi, Thomas
Smith of Phi Beta Sigma, T. Langs-
ton Jones of Gamma Tau and Marion
Carothers of Alpha Phi Alpha. One
independent, Virgir Swearingen, is
also on the committee.
Publicity is being handled by a sub-
committee composed of Smith, Car-
others and Swearingen. Tom Sny-
der's orchestra will play for the eve-
ning's dancing.
All students of the Summer Session
are invited to be the guests of the
sponsoring organizations at this
dance.
About 850 air pilots will be trained
in Argentina during the next eighteen
months.

Revolving Set
is Used Here
InBridie Play
Rapid scene changing in James
Bridie's "Storm Over Patsy," which
is being presented by the Michigan
Repertory Players of the speech de-
partment this week is facilitated by
the revolving stage, one of the new
innovations at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
The revolving stage was build by
Robert Mellencamp for "Golden Boy"
in the spring drama season. It is a
castered turn-table built on the reg-
ular stage. The turn-table is seven
inches above the actual stage itself.
The rest of the regular stage has
been built to that level so that there
is an even surface with a round disc
that turns in the center. The disc
is 22 feet in diameter and is turned
by man-power. The reason for using
this device is to make scene changes
easier.
The revolving stage has been used
in "George Washington Slept Here,"
and "The Contrast," and will be used
in "Hobson's Choice."
Mr. Mellencamp, who supervised
the building of the stage, received
his stage craft training here at the
University.
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TAKING A LOOK at the College All-Star selections ... Tom Harmon, as
was to be expected, topped the field with 1,421,586 votes-while ten
other stars passed the million mark . . . in 1940 Nile Kinnick of Iowa was
the only player to reach this figure ... with Harmon and Forest Evashevski'
both on the starting squad Michigan becomes the first school in the eight-
year history of the game to place two men.
Seventy gridders have been invited to play in the contest against the
Chicago Bears . . . the All-Stars represent 39 different universities and
colleges . . . the Mid-West leads with 35 players . . . the South has qualified
17, the Far West 10 and the East eight . . . Notre Dame
and Texas A&M have the largest delegations, with five
apiece ... six Mid-Westerners are in-the starting lineup.
OMPARING All-Star selections with the Associated
Press All-American team, probably the most repre-
sentative in the country, we find only three gridders on
:;both No. 1 squads . . . these are halfbacks Harmon and
George Franck of Minnesota and tackle Nick Drahos of
Cornell . .. other AP All-Americans invited to the contest
were Paul Severin of North Carolina and Erwin Elrod of
Mississippi, ends . . . Bob Suffridge of Tennessee and
* Warren Alfson of Nebraska, guards . . . center Chester
Gladchuk of Boston College and fullback John Kimbrough
of Texas A&M.
The Hammer
Uninvited All-Americans were Bob Reinhard, Cali-
fornia tackle, and Frank Albert, Stanford back ... in addition to Har-
mon, Franck, Evashevski and Drahos, the starting All-Stars include
the following ... ends Dave Rankin of Purdue and Edward Rucinski of
Indiana ... tackle Frnest Pannell of Texas A&M . .. guards Augie Lio
of Georgetown and Tommy O'Boyle of Tulane ... center Rudy Mucha
of Washington . .. and fullback George Paskvan of Wisconsin . . ac-
cording to the AP, Rankin, Mucha and Paskvan were second team All-
Americans.
THE only other Wolverine asked to the contest was Ed Frutig, third team
All-American and sixth in the voting among the ends . . . Milo Sukup
and Ralph Fritz were 15th and 24th guards while Paul Kromer was only
35th among the halfbacks .. . Fritz Crisler has asked not to be considered
as a possible coach for the contest although he will probably be a member
of the staff.
LATEST SPORTS RETURNS tabulated by the Intramural Department . .
with the exception of several matches and games that have been
played since this tabulation .' . . Gamon, Pitts, Springer, Lee, McNabb,
Means, Butler, Kimura and Freeman . . . in tennis doubles Rowland and
Chappell reached the finals in the lower bracket ... Gamon and Freeman
are in the semi-finals in the upper bracket while Livers and Thomsen have
reached the quarter-finals.
As only a few entries were received for badminton, Dale Butler
reached the finals by virtue of two defaults ... Andy Sheetz, who de-
feated Irv Giffen, will play the winner of the Gordon Dunfee-Orville
Lefko match some time later this weekl . . the winner of that contest
will meet Butler ... Frank Burhans is leading the field in swimming'
competition with 680 points, followed by Dill Wright with 600 ... the
only two remaining events are the plunge for distance and diving which
will determine the campus championships Monday and Wednesday.
BILL COOK defeated J. Stone to land in the finals of the squash tourna-
ment . . . in the other bracket Leonard Schachnow reached the semi-
finals and is waiting to meet the winner of the Max Gur-
man-Orville Lefko match ... in the upper bracket in table
tennis Lee -defeated Zimmerman to enter the semi-finals
along with Tsu who defeated Hill ... in the lower bracket,
semi-finalist Butler will face the winner of the Moshy- f
Bragg quarter-final match. If .
The golf tournament has reached'the quarter-finals
with the exception of one match .. . Anderson def. Wat--
kins, Torbet def. Dandridge, Shepard def. Caldwell, John-
son def. Woodward and Hall won from Tohy by default . ..
Peters def. Bury to be the first to reach the semi-final
round . . . deadline for completion of quarter-final round One-Man Gang
is today . . . semi-finals must be played by Monday.

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of Education, the Department of Eng-
lish, the Department of Speech, and
of the Ann Arbor High School are
cordially invited to attend. Admis-
sion is free. Whatever seating room
remains is open to the public.
On Saturday, August 2, the Uni-
versity will conduct the eighth of its
series of excursions this summer.
This trip will be to the State Prison,
Jackson. Round trip by special bus.
Reservations in the Summer Session
Office, Angell Hall,
Visitor's nights at the Observatory
in Angell Hall. Friday, August 1 and
Saturday, August 2. 8:30-10:30 p.m.
The telescopes of the students' ob-
servatory are on the 5th floor of An-
gell Hall and not in the main Observ-
atory. Open to Summer Session stu-
dents!
Schedule for Film Evaluation. Room
1022 University High School. August
1, 2:30-4:00 p.m. "Molecular Theory
of Matter" (Chem:) Sound, 1 Reel.
"Oxidation and Reduction" (Chem.)
Sound, 1 Reel. "Velocity of Chemical
Reactions" (Chem.) Sound, 1 Reel. All
teachers interested in teaching films
are invited to attend these showings.
Lecures on French Diction and In-
tonation. Professor Charles E. Koella
will give his hird lecure on French
Diction and Intonation on Monday,
August 4th, at 7:15 p.m. at "Le Foyer
Francais," 1414 Washtenaw.
A NEW FIGURE
IN WEEKS
NO STRENUOUS
EXERC ISE
Drop in today and
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velous new method.-
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