1955-01-21; Central Michigan Life
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Sweden's National Gymnasts to Perform Tuesday Outstanding, Varied Program Includes Tumbling, Pianist Lightning speed tumbling, synchronized calisthentics, apparatus number, and a novelty number will be just a portion of the program presented here by the National Swedish Gymnastic Team next Tuesday. The two hour program will be accompanied by the music of Rolf Lindeborg, Sweden's top concert pianist, who will also present a intermission concert of Swedish compositions. One of ihe featured performers is Ann-Sofi Petiersson, who holds two world championships. She won the world championship in the flying rings in 1950 and the horse vaulting championship in 1954. The team, composed of 10 men and 10 women, that is currently making a tour of the United States was selected from the 1952 Swedish Olympic team and from test competition and their national meet with Norway. Expenses for their trip to this country were taken care of chiefly by the Swedish government through their National Sports Federation. Rounding out ihe program will be free standing, balance beam and uneven parallel bars, jumping and vaulting, individual free standing exercises, learn ball composition, and high . table jumping. Gymnastics combined with games and sports is an essential part of the educational program in all Swedish schools. More than a quarter of a million Swedes of both sexes and all ages have regular gymnastic exercises in all parts of Sweden. The exhibition tour of the United States is considered an important good-will tour by the King of Sweden and is under ihe guidance and direction of Mr. Henry Allard, a member of ihe Swedish Parliament. Central Michigan will be one of 25 places in the United States that the team will perform. They will come directly from Cleveland, Ohio. A reception for the team will take place Monday afternoon at about 4:30 when the team arrives in Mt. Pleasant. Norman X. Lyon, secretary of the Mt. Pleasant Chamber of Commerce, is serving in the capacity of civic host and is planning a number of activities for the team. The program is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. in the Field- house. Student tickets are 75c' and may be obtained at Cole's Campus Store and on campus at the Union desk and main office at the Fieldhouse. CENTRA! MICHIGAN MB I VOL- 36 CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE, MT. PLEASANT. MICH., JANUARY 21, 1955 NO. 15 CMC Motor Vehicle Regulation Revised, Three Changes Made The regulations for motor vehicles operated on college property of Central Michigan College have been revised. Three changes have taken place. The revised rule states that anyone owning or operating a motor vehicle must register it, and registration is good for the entire year. New students will register in the spring semester. There will be a fine for failure of the students to report io ihe Business Office at the specified time. The traffic and violations cover only one year and not the entire time a student is in college. The revised regulations appear on page 6 of this issue of LIFE. Since this is the only place these regulations will be printed this year, students have been requested by the business office to clip them from the paper and save them. Aliens Must Submit Address Report Cards Every alien must report his address to the Commissioner of Im- migration and Naturalization Service to fulfill the requirement of the Immigration and Nationality Act. The Annual Address Report Card, on which the address must be submitted, may be obtained at the Post Office. When the card is completed and signed, it must be handed to a clerk in the Post Office or in the Immigration and Naturalization Service office. It should not be placed in the mail. Serious consequences may result from failure to report. KARIN LINDBERG, member of the Swedish Gymnastic Team, is considered one of the best all-around performers in Sweden. She was the Swedish all-around champion in 1952 and 1953 and a member of the 1948 and 1952 Olympic teams. Spring Sorority Rushees Must Attend Panhellenic Assembly on February 10 Women who expect to participate in sorority rushing this spring must attend the Panhellenic meeting Thursday, February 10, at 7 p.m. in the Ballroom. Those not present at this meeting will not be allowed to pledge a sorority this spring. At this meeting a Panhellenic panel will discuss and explain various sorority issues. To be eligible to pledge women must have a 1.00 point average, have completed at least 14 semester hours, and be free of probation. The first rushing parties, which Three Hollywood Stars to Appear Here in 'Caine Mutiny Court-Martial' Feb. 5 Hollywood stars, Paul Douglas, Wendell Corey, and Steve Brodie will come to Central when "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" is Presented in the Auditorium February 5. The Desk and Derrick Club of Pep Rally to Include Skit, New School Song Students will have an opportunity to learn the new school song before the basketball game tomorrow night with Michigan Normal at a pep rally in the Gymnasium at 7 o'clock this evening. The song. "Go, Ceniral Go" was composed by Joe Zakraj- sek, Cadillac junior. Ii was introduced for ihe first time ai ihe Band Bender this week. Other features of tonight's rally include a skit by Larry Abbott, Frankfort senior, and Steve Marovich, Vassar senior, and a talk by John C. Hepler, professor of English. Central Michigan, a group of women in the petroleum industry, are sponsoring this production. They planned to bring the group here during the regular school year, but prior commitments prevented satisfactory scheduling. „.,,„» Tickets, which sold for $4.40 for reserved seats on the main floor and in the lower balcony are sold out. However, reserved seats m all other locations are still available at Cole's Central Supply or may be obtained by ordering from the Desk and Derrick Club. Veterans attending college under PL 550 (Korean Bill) may fill out their Monthly Certification forms, 7-1996a, for the month of January any tune after the beginning of final examinations. George N. Lauer Dean of Admissions and Records are open to all interested women, start February 14 and end February 17. All of the parties have been scheduled for 3:30 p.m. in Keeler Dining Rooms, Sloan Room 3, or the College Den. February 14 Zeta Chi Zeta College Den Alpha Sigma Alpha Sloan Room 3 February 15 Delta Sigma Epsilon College Den Pi Kappa Sigma Keeler Dining Rooms Theta Sigma Upsilon Sloan Room 3 February 16 Sigma Sigma Sigma CoUege Den Kappa Gamma " ' *" * Delta Zeta February 17 Alpha Sigma Tau College Den Zeta Tau Alpha Keeler Dining Rooms Keeler Dining Rooms Sloan Room 3 CMC Organizations Contribute Money to CARE Campaign Fourteen campus organizations contributed a total of $72 to the Christmas CARE campaign, sponsored by the Associated Women Students, announced Grace Stevens, AWS president. The $72, which was sent to CARE in the name of "Students of Central Michigan College," purchased 2,016 pounds of food and will sustain 72 families abroad for one month. The following organizations made contributions to the canv- paign: Alpha Sigma Tau, Associated Women Students, Delta Pi Lambda, Delta Zeta, Gamma Delta, Kappa Gamma, Panhellenic Council, Ronan Hall, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Tau Gamma, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Sigma Upsilon, Westminster Fellowship, and the Women's Recreation Association. 18 Member Chorus to Perform Here in Artist Series The Victor Herbert Festival will be the third artist course feature of this semester Monday 8:15 p.m. in the Auditorium. The four singing stars, Robert Rounseville, tenor;' Lillian Murphy, soprano; Glenn Darwin, baritone; and Jean Leslie, mezzo-soprano, are the main feature of the 18 member festival. A chorus of 12 mixed voices, eight men and four women, will form the background for the Victor Herbert selections. The duo-piano team, Aldo Ditullio and Rene Weigeri, will accompany the singing. The festival group will sing excerpts from "The Red Mill," "Mademoiselle Modiste," "T h e Only Girl," "The Fortune Teller," "Natoma," "Sweethearts," "Miss Dolly Dollar," and "Naughty Marietta." Tickets for any remaining seats will be available at the box office on Monday evening. New Rules Listed for Distribution of 1955 CHIPPEWA Two important regulations regarding securing a copy of the 1955 CHIPPEWA have been announced by Ed Blackmer, business manager. All students leaving school this February may receive a CHIPPEWA in June by paying $2.40 in Business Office C before they leave for home. This amount covers half of the cost of a copy of the yearbook and mailing costs. Other students who will receive the CHIPPEWA on campus this June must have their activity cards for both the fall and Spring semesters. Both these cards must be presented in order to receive a book. Blackmer also announced that organizations must pay for their group pictures by February 1, or the page reserved for them is subject to cancellation. A two-page examination week special edition of LIFE will be published next Friday. Eddy Howard, Famous Orchestra Leader, to Play for Concert, J-Hop February 25 Eddy Howard and his orchestra have signed a contract to play for the annual, J-Hop Friday, February 25. Howard, singer, composer, and band leader, will present a pre-dance concert in the Auditorium from 8 to 9 p.m., then move to the Gymnasium and play from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Howard, a Mercury recording star, plays danceable, as well as listenable, music. His hits have included "Sin." "Auf Weider- seh'n Sweetheart," and "Stolen Love." An added activity of the evening will be a post-dance smorgasbord in Keeler Union from 1 to 2:30 a.m. Reservations must be made in advance for this. Tickets will be $1.00 per couple. The Junior Class is subsidizing the smorgasbord to keep the price down. Women will have 3 a.m. permissions for the dance. J-Hop tickets are $5.00, which includes two tickets to the concert. Beginning February 10, tickets for both ihe J-Hop and ihe smorgasbord will be on sale in the Dean of Women's office. General chairman of the dance is Bill Balwinski, Bay City junior. Other committee chairmen are Jim Lynch, Mt. Pleasant junior, publicity; Kathy Butler, Saginaw junior, tickets and decorations; and Diane Eissinger, Flushing junior, invitations. EDDY HOWARD 1 111 ,]„ A \,<>> i f 1 :1<A f •>i III' tfi *!'?'
|Title||1955-01-21; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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