Guignol Players To Present 'The Enchanted'
Guienol rivers' second production of the year.
"The Enchanted." a fantasy-comed- y
by Joan Oiraudoux.
u ill be prcented in thj Ouignol Theatre Dec. 8, 9 and
10 at 8:30 p.m.
First produced on Broadway in 1950, Phyllis Maddix
and Dave Slack will star in the Guignol version.
The play Is the story of a young French girl who falls
love with a ghost and the upsetting results this strange
affair has cn the village in which she lives.
More th?n 33 students are actively involved in the
production, handling every job from directing and acting
to set building and ushering.
All production work is also handled by students. The
student director is Douglas Ray and Jackie Mundell is
the scene designer and production manager.
Membership in the Guignol riayers is. open to all
I'K students and all the colleges of the I'nlverslty are
represented. The only requirrment for membership is
an active interest in Guignol and its work.
Guignol Players' president, Jackie' Mundell. has said.
"The purpose of the Guignol Players Is to promote interest in all aspects of the theatre among UK students,
regardless of college or major; to give these students an
opportunity to do independent work in drama; to make
possible the production of noteworthy plays outside the
regular Guignol Theatre schedule; and to give members
practical training in the various facets of practical
The Guignol riayers present thrre or four productions a year in the fully equipped lab thr.ilrr in the
Fine .Arts Building. These productions consist of either
plays or groups of one-ac- t
Tag Sale Winners
Winners for the year 1953 in the
Omicron Delta Kappa Tag Sales
campaign were Alpha Delta Pi
sorority and Sigma Nu fraternity.
The two final prizes were based
on the largest total receipts per
capita for all five home football
games, through which the winners
sold the greatest number of tags.
Both winners in the two respective divisions were presented a silver tray, a pitcher, and six goblets
all of sterling silver worth $140.
Delta Pi (in three games). Kappa
Delta, and Delta Zeta. Winning
fraternities were: Delta Tau Delta
(in two games), Sigma Nu (in two
games), and Lambda Chi Alpha.
These winners had a choice of
either a sterling silver julep cup.
or a sterling silver cream and
Kent Combs presented the
awards to the winners between
halves at the Florida State-Ubasketball game Monday night. As
Awards were also given to fra- chairman of the 1058 OI)K Tag
ternities and sororities placing
high in collections for individual Sales, Combs congratulated
winners for their "fine and
Winning - sororities were: Alpha serving efforts."
Hanging Of Greens
et For Wednesday
Nancy Lowe, Lexington, will play
harp prelude and postlude music.
John Anderson, Paint Lick, presi-
dent of the SU Board, will read
the- traditional biblical Christmas
story. Fred Strache, Paducah. vice
president of Student Congress will
give the Proclamation of Christmas
cussion of some theater problem.
The ri.iyrrs also l.ige special performances far
various civic and Etmcriity group.
8. nic of the jr.o t im'ed pl.r
pi 'xl i. ed by GuUnoI
Player- - in the p.-- t aie I H I
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CVhedral" tn 1 $: and Shaw's "You
Greek Week will begin tonight
with fraternity and sorority exchange dinners and naming of the
"Most Outstanding Greek Man and
Woman" on campus.
The exchange dinners will be at
5:45 p.m. Five officers of each
fraternity and sorority will act as
hosts at their own houses. Other
members of the groups will visit
another house for dinner.
Following dinner, a faculty committee's choice of the most outstanding man and woman Greeks
will be announced at a Memorial
Hall convocation. Guest speaker at
the convocation will be Ollie
James, editorial writer and columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The judging committee consists
of Dr. Leslie L. Martin, dean of
men; Dr. Doris Seward, dean of
women; John Proffitt and Mrs.
Sharon Hall, assistants to the
deans of men and women, respectively; Mrs. Sara B. Holmes, former dean of women; Dr. A. D.
WLDNLM) AY. DEC.
Kirwan, professor of history and
former dean of men, and Dr. James
Gladden, professor of sociology.
The committee's choice will be
based on qualities of scholarship,
leadership and contribution to the
Greek system. Originally, each
Greek group nominated three
members for the title. Of these,
IFC chose 10 womjen finalists.
Panhellenic Council, due to ties,
chose 13 fraternity finalists. ,
The women finalists and their
sororities are Phoebe Estrs, Susan
Darnell and Susan Bradley, Delta
Delta Delta; Cynthia Beaded,
Gregg Rhodemyre and Ann Murphy, Kappa Alpha Theta; Lou
Taylor, Alpha Delta Pi; Marilyn
Mayes, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and
Alice Broadbent and Mary Fileen
McClure, Chi Omega.
Male finalists and their fraternities are Dave Decker and Dent is
McDaniel. Delta Tau Delta; Hill
Kinkead. Sid Fortney and Murphy
Green. Phi Kappa Tau; Jerry
Shaikun. Zeta Beta Tau; Charles
Moore and Bob Chambliss. Sigma
Alpha Epsllon; John Oex. Triangle; Jim Sturkert and Whayn j
Priest. Kappa Sigma; Fred Strache,
Alpha Gamma Rho. and Bill Mammons, Sigma Cht.
A concert featuring the Four
Freshmen and the Clyde Trask orchestra will be presented at 8:31
p. m. Friday in Memorial Coliseum.
Tickets are $1.50 per person and
the concert is open to the public.
Seats will not be reserved, but sections will be resered for each
Greek organization. .
Greek Week will conclude Saturday with the outstanding man and
woman reigning at the God and
decides Ball. The dance will be
downtown at the Phoenix Hotel,
and Buddy Morrow's orchestra will
play. Dancing will be in the ballroom and tables will be set up in
the Gold Room.
A committee of members from
IPC. Panhellenic and each fraternity and sorority is in charge o
Greek Week events.
Judo Club Organized Here
Judo, a Japanese
stresses the art of
made its appearance on the UK
A club has been orgawfed
instruct interested students
Judo, a Japanese word which
means the gentle art, is a science
that has been studied through the
ages. Although its origin is unknown it has been traced to early
Mitchell, president of YMCA and
SC, will give the narration about
the various Christmas greens. Joan
YW say that it was
president, will give the narration Chinese monks who developed it
concerned with the spirit of Christ- as a defense against bandits.
For many centuries the secrets
Members or the YM 'and YW of judo were carefully guarded by
cabinets, the SU Board and SC of- the rulers and the military groups
ficers will hang the greens during of Japan. In recent years most of
the secrets of judo have been reCarolers dressed in authentic leased, to the public. Many military
costumes, accom- bases teach the serviceman to use
panied by an instrumental group, it either in close quarters fighting
will sing "Joy to the World," and or as protection if he should be un"God Rest You Merry Gentlemen." armed.
The audience also will participate
Americans commonly have
in singiug traditional carols. Group misconception
about judo. They
singing and the Carolers will be Consider it brutal and violent and
under the direction of George Ken- often compare it to wrestling.
wrestlers depend more
Chrisman Jr., Lexington, is choral upon weight and strength the judo
The Men's Glee Club, under the
direction of James A. King, professor of music, and the Women's
Glee Club under the chrectiis'i of
Today is the final date for
inMiss Phyllis Jennets, music
veterans to sign for GI allotstructor,
facial ment checks, the Veterans AdChristmas mu.c.
ministration office announced.
To Open Greek Week
Steve. Lundberg, Sigma Nu, and Trudy Walcutt, ADPi, accepted
the awards for their fraternities Monday night.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
The annual UK "Hanging of the
Greens'' program set for Wednesday, Dec. 10, will be based on the
theme, "The Spirit of Christmas,"
which is planned to convey the
true meaning of Christmas in
The program will be held at 4:30
p. m in the Great Hall of the
Sl'B and will be repeated again
An annual one-ac- t
held and paih
awards are made to the wli'Lj.'
contest is open In
-all students in all four-yeKentucky Whenever possible these plays are p. t uted in a spl.l program in the sprint:. .
The Plavers meet at 4 p.m. each Monday afternoin
in the lab theater. Farh meeting includes n program of
play, a scene or reading, a lecture by an
a one-aauthority on some aspect of the drama or it group dis"
expert depends upon skill and his
knowledge of the human body, lie
know the body's weak spots and
strikes them to render his opponent helpless.
Judo is a scientific sv.stem based
on the principle of using the op- -
strength an I
weight to his own disadvantage.
Judo belts are aw. tided to
v,h have jeaehed a higll
degree of proficiency in the sport.
The belts are achieved on a com
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George Kle is bhoun throwing a fellow judo student over his
shoulder during a practice at a recent meeting of the newly organized Judo Club.