1947-05-14; Central Michigan Life
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New Editors Earl Ayers Donna IngersoU Marylan Gaffield ONLY 31 DAYS LEFT BEFORE THE HOLIDAY VOLUME 28 MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1947 NUMBER 28 Plans Completed for Stag Day New Publications Heads Chosen Maser, Ayers to Co-Edit Life; IngersoU, Gaffield Win Chippewa Posts Central Michigan Life will have two co-editors next year for the first time in Central's history. The Chippewa, college year book, wild have .the traditional editor and business manager. Bernice Maser, Au Greg junior, and Earl Ayers, Mt. Pleasant junior, will work as co-editors for Life throughout the 1947-48 school year. Donna IngersoU, North Branch junior, will serve as editor of next year's Chippewa. Marylan Gaffield, Six Lakes junior, will be the business manager. Maser, an art major, is on a secondary curriculum at Central. She has credit for three courses in journalism here and has served on the publications staff for two years. This past, year Bernie has handled the responsibilities of managing editor for Life and has been treasurer of Alpha Delta, national journalism fraternity. Ayers has also had three college courses in journalism and has served on the staff one and a half years. He has been Life photographer this year. Earl is on a Liberal Arts curriculum. IngersoU is on a secondary curriculum she has been active as A. W. S. representative, A. W. S. secretary, columnist for Life; she has been on the student council, student activities committee, Who's who, and is a member of Alpha Delta and Alpha Sigma Tau sorority. Donna previously served on Chippewa staff as art editor and is assistant editor for this year's edition. Gaffield has served as assistant business manager of the Chippewa. She is a member of Pi Kappa Sigma sorority and has served as Vice President of that group. Each year the student council elects a Life editor and an editor and a business manager for the Chippewa for the following school year. The candidates are chosen on the .basis of experience and general qualifications. DO to Present Public Musicale Delta Omicron will present its public musicale on Sunday, May 18, at 3 pjn. in Keeler Union ballroom. Soloists taking part include Edna Artley, Shirlee Bloch Hetty CaldeF, Marilyn Rooselit, Verna Gilbert, Marcia Parkman, Esther Lauer, and Mary Weibel. A vocal ensemble composed of Lois Greening, Esther Pultz, Mary Weibel, Fanny Van Sickle, Roberta Lanshaw, and Georgia Clendening will offer several light selections. The public is cordially invited to attend. MayFestival Ends Season The . annual JWJay music festival Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, May 6 and 7, brought to a close the last of the Artist course programs for this semester. The college choral society began the program Tuesday evening with the .Oratorio, "The Creation," by Haydn. The guest soloists were: Nancy Carr, soprano, Robert Long, tenor, and Roger Fee, bass. Miss Reeder was the accompanist. Wednesday evening the A cappel- la choir sang five numbers. The soloists were: Lois Greening, Breck- enridge senior, Donna Crawford, Caro sophomore, and William Ehlhardt, Milwaukee junior. The accompanists were: Shirley Bloch, Weidman sophomore, • and Beverly Marzolf, Ithaca junior. Perry O'- Neil, pianist and Dudley Powers, cellist were the featured artists for the evening. Interfaith Hour to Be at Prexy's President Anspaeh's home will be the scene of the last Interfaith Hour of the year next Sunday evening from 5:30 to 7 pjn. A dramatic program, directed by Fred R. Bush, and pertfonmed by Central students who attend the local Methodist church, was announced last week by John West, general chairman, of the program. Special music is being planned by Kay El- dred. The program will consist of readings giving a condensed version of the book of Job. Background music will consist of records of old Hebrew melodies. Refreshments will be served the Wesley Foundation* by First Class Rating Received by Life Dr. Andrei Lobonov * * * Lobonov Speaks at MEA Dinner Members of the Clare-Isabella distract of the Michigan Education Association will have their annual dinner meeting at Keeler ballroom, Thursday, May 22, at 6 p.m. Speaker of the evening will be Dr. Andrei Lobonov, at present a professor of history at the university of Michigan. Dr. Lobonov, a cosmopolite in the literal sense of the word, will probably speak on conditions in Europe, as this is his forte. Miss Edna M. Heilbronn, president of the C. M. college M. E. A. organization, announced that requests for reservations must be in by Saturday, May 17. Requests should be accompanied by checks to cover the cost—$150 per plate. First class honors were awarded the Central Michigan Life in the All - American newspaper critical service conducted by the Associated Collegiate Press last semester. Special mention was made by the critic of the lively sports coverage and the good job of covering campus news in the paper. Life received a first class rating last year. However, because of the doubled student population, Life was judged in a higher classification this year. Seniors Revolt at Island Park Senior Revolt Day, the explanation for the 'R-47' and 'Revolt 47ers' displayed about the campus the past two weeks, will be held at Island Park tomorrow. Activities will begin at 11 a,m. to be followed with a picnic lunch from 12 to 1. The schedule for the day is to include softball, tennis, horseshoes and other group sports, all being planned by Dale Wares, Traverse City senior, assisted by Otto Ross, Tawas City senior and Lucille Mc- Clary, Onaway senior. The faculty will be organized by Mr. Jesse Thorpe, assistant librarian. The winner of the round robin softball game versus the faculty men at 4 pjn. is the feature event of the afternoon. A 55-cent picnic lunch has been arranged by Joan Muntz, Cass City senior, which will be served between See—SENIOR REVOLT-JPage 6 Band to Present Second Concert The second and final concert of the year by Central's foand will foe given in Warriner auditorium, May 28, under the direction of Mr. Norman Dietz, band instructor. The program will be divided into two parts. The first part will be the works of Weber, Bach, Dvorak and Grieg. Miss Reeder, instructor of music, will be the guest soloist in the Grieg piano concerto, which was recently transcribed for piano and concert band. The second half will be dedicated to several modern American composers, such as: Ferde Grofe, Cole Porter and Jerome Kern, with several concert arrangements written especially for the Central college band. I Faculty to Bid for Team Crown •Men,1 mark this Saturday as an extra special day. Frats, independent teams, and vengeful faculty members twill complete in Central's Annual.Sttag Meet sponsored by the Men's Union. The activities will start with early morning golf and be followed throughout the day with contests in tennis, volleyball, softball and end with the favorite tug-of-war in the late afternoon. Last year Sigma Tau Gamma and Phi Sigma Epsilon combined forces to capture the championship, but Jesse (Horse shoe Champion) Thorpe reports that the faculty team has shown a great deal of improvement in their workouts to date and should be a strong contender. The faculty boast two previous champions, one in 1903 and the other in 1911. Captain, Thorpe witnessed tlie former in diapers and the latter in knee pants. Clarence Turn a, H,untington Woods freshman, wili be in charge of the food. With the aid of his two kitchen boys, he should prepare a fine meal. Harry Schuble, Caro sophomore, jwill undoubtedly take individual honors, if he makes it back from the golf course in time. Great things are expected from Charles Lemfoaek, Olio sophomore, in the square dominoes tournament. A relay team, composed oif J, P. Carey, C. E. Beck, Jud Foust and Charley Anspach is the favorite because of the fact that women faculty members are ineligible for this meet. See—STAG DAY—-Page 6 Modem Dance The second annual W.RA. modern dance performance will be presented Monday, May 26, at 8:15 p. m. in Warriner auditorium. The dance club is under the direction, of Miss Jane McNamara, assistant professor of physical education. Colorful costumes, plus dances to words as well as music, will be included in the annual program. Feature New Play in All Star Cast An all star cast will be featured in the play "Passing of the Third Moor Back," presented by the Alpha Phi Omega dramatics fraternity and the advanced play production dubs. It has a psychological background. The play features such veteran actors op, Central's campus as Marilyn Lee, Petosky senior, portraying the part of Stasia. Marilyn has played in the following plays: "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"' "Pride and Prejudice," "Last Stop," "A Christaias Star for Olga," "Hamlet," "iBlithe Spirit" and "Make-Up and Live." , Patty Looman, Mapaington W. V. senior, is cast in the part of Mrs. Sharpe. She has had former pants in "Last Stop," "Blithe Spirit," "Christmas Star for Olga" and "The Old Maid." Pat Jahnke, Saginaw junior, capably handles the role of Miss Kite. She has gained her experience from "Pride and Prejudice," "Career Angel" and "A Christmas Star for Olga." Jean Chisholm, Flint senior, portrays Mrs. Tompkins. Jean has appeared in such plays as "Miss Jimmy," "Song of Bernadette," '^Sniow White and the Seven Dwarfs," "Mashemka," "Brains and Bangtails," "Her Fatal Beauty" and "Career Angel," Eleanor Brietzke, Gladwin senior, will act the role of Miss DeHooley. She has had former parts in "Snow White and the Seven Diwarfs," 'TRiumplestUtskin," "Last Stop," Ca- See—NEW PLAY—Page 6 f. •AM \. H rv R, it i n ••!£ n> .W. v 'I Ii ■ •;- \ 1 * i As, \ * ftY i Lit » mV> * - '
|Title||1947-05-14; 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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