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G&S Society
New horus.
The Gilbert and Sullivan So-
clety has announced the members
ofcth chorus for its spring pro-
The sopranos of the female
chorus include Sally Stockwell,
*59Ed Virginia Hill, '62SM, Alice
caf ide, '59SM, Patricia Joseph-
oin, '62, Cynthia Conway, '59SM,,
Jan Barr, '60SM, Janet Wilkin-
son, '62SM, Joan Lukas, '60A&D,
Marsha Mllanowski, '59, and Alice
tmemoto, Grad.
Joining In the female chorus
Will be mezzo-sopranos Sue Os-
orne, '61, Julie Stockwell, '62,
Paula Johannes, '62, Miriam Sing-
er, '62, Linda Davison, '61, Bar-
bara Lanehart, '59Ed., Sandra
Becker, '60E. Carla Cargill, '59,
Anne Polak, '60, Nancy Lind, '61.
Chorus Named
Alternate female chorus mem-
bers named were Lisa Robinson,
'82, Sandra Reid, '59SM, Laurel
Benn, '61, Elsa Ryedy, '59Ed.,
Beverly Garber, '60Ed., Sherry
Lewn, '62, Rona Wolk, '62SM,
Susan Huggard, '1.
Male chorus members named
included tenors Hubert Smith, '60,
Charles Wurst, '60A&D, Julius
Myers, 160E, David Minikel, '62,
ion Clark, '61, John Mavely, '60,
George Ferris, '62, Philip Ross, '62,
Tyrone McConnell, '61, Eug'ene
Moore, '60L.
Joining them will be basses
Robert Wlngler, '59, Pat Chester,
'80, Ed :Dickenson, 15$E, Warren
Jawoski 16SM, Robert DeVries,
t1, Jon Maxwell, '598M, John
Smead, '61, Robert Dunlap, Grad.,
avid Damouth, 159E.
List Alternates
Alternates will be Donald Hovey,
'2L, Mark Legome, '60, Allen Col-
lins, '59BAd., Irving Byer, '59P,
John MacDonald, '62, Benjamin
Steiner, '62, Roger Honkanen, '60.
There will be a meeting of the
entire chorus and alternates today
at the League. AI rehearsal sched-
ule will be arranged at that time.
The female aide-de-camp is
yn Tannel, '62.
Union To Give
Vacation Show
To give students something to
o during the weekend before the
start of classes, the Union has
established 'Union Madness.'
From 8:30 pm. to 1:30 a.m. on
'Feb. 8, the Union will have free of
charge a dance in the ballroom on
the second floor, continuous car-
toons on the third floor and a jazz
on(ert starting at 8:30 pam. in
the lobby.
Highlighting the entire evening
will be a gambling casino where
udents can gamble without pay-
;g and win free prizes.
The purpose of 'Union Madness,'
besides giving students something
o do, according to Union officers,
s to bring-students into the Union
so they may familiarize themselves
ith the building and its facilities.

Panhel Predicts 1,400 Will Rush

"Approximately 1.400 girls will
rush next semester," Lois Curtis,
'59Ed., Panhellenic Association
rush chairman said. This number
is consistent with last year's, she
Panhel, the coordinating asso-
ciation for the 22 sororities on
campus, has been p r e p a r i n g
throughout the fall for spring
rush. One of the first things done
was to organize the counselor sys-
tem for the 22 groups of rushees.
Each counselor is a member of
one of the 22 sororities. They are
disaffiliated from their houses
during the entire rush period. Be-
fore registration, this group was
concerned with drawing up party
regulations, discussing rush prob-
lems and exchanging ideas on
Rushee registration and picture
taking were next on Panhel's
schedule. After this, counselors
met with their respective groups
and explained the rush system
Union, ISA
To Present
Campus UN
A meeting for foreign and
American students who would like
to be delegates to the second an-
nual Campus United Nationshas
been scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 9
in the third floor conference room
of the Union.
Planned by the Union and the
International Students Associa-
tion, the mock United Nations will
take place March 6 and 7 in
Maynard Goldman, '59, Student
Government Council president,
will be chairman for the general
assembly, and international speak-
ers in politics are being contacted
for this event, Maurice Zilber, '60,
Union Executive Councilman in
charge of International Affairs,
All interested University stu-
dents should contact the Union
Student Offices for general in-
formation prior to the meeting.

and rules. They also have office
hours in which the rushees can
talk to them.
From the registration forms a
master list has been compiled and
put into a booklet for all sorority
East Quad
Names Two
Three active members and two
honorary members were tapped by
the East Quad Quadrants Wednes-
Thomas Coffey, '60E, .Donald
Cosgrove, '59A&D, and Samuel
Richelew, '59A&D, are the new
active members chosen for their
activities in East Quad. Mrs. Lor-
etta Dornan and Mrs. Elizabeth
Krackenberg were chosen honor-
ary members.

houses. This list contains the
rushee's name, home town, year
in school, number of semesters
enrolled at the University, upper-
classmen's college point average
and freshmen's high school point
Also, a schedule for using the
IBM machine has been arranged.
The IBM will be used to tabulate
mid-semester grades which will
then be given to the League's So-
cial Directors. These grades will
only be used to prevent rushees
with less than a two point average
from pledging. Such girls are in-
vited to attend the first set of
mixers, however.
During rush the IBM will tabu-1
late lists sent in by the sororities
of girls to be invited to the next
set of rush parties. This data will
be translated into the form of
invitations that the rushees will
receive on specific dates at the

Alumni Club
To Entertain
U' Students
International Students have
been invited by members of the
University Birmingham Alumni
Club to spend the weekend of Feb.
7-8 in their homes.
The students will leave Ann
Arbor by bus at 9 a.m. Feb. 7 and
will return at 6 p.m. Feb. 8. Trans-
portation costs will be shared by
the families extending the invita-
During their visit the students
will spend time with the families
and will be taken on tours of the
community which is about 40 milesI
from Ann Arbor. A similar week-
end is being planned for March
All interested students should
see Mrs. Kathleen Mead in Rm. 23
of the International Center to
make arrangements for the trip.

C. COLUMBUS, world traveler, says:
"My hair looks great since I dia-
covered Wildroot."
just a little bit
Read Daily Classifieds


-Daily-Robert Kanner
THE WORLD ON A SHOESTRING-Patricia Kinnel, attired in a
sari-like silhouette, and Sandra Sinke, wearing a sports outfit with
a Jamaican flavor, will be among the models in the March of
Dimes benefit fashion show, "Around the World for $80," to be
held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the League Ballroom.
Local Merchants Sponsor
March of Dimes Program


RIush ees

Wednesday, February 11th

"Around the World for $80 - a
complete year 'round wardrobe at
a reasonable price-will be fea-
Group Plans,
In January
The theme "Sick, Sick, Sick"
will highlight Winter Rendezvous,
a three-day retreat between se-
mesters from January 27-30 at
Cedar Lake Camp.
"The purposes of Winter Ren-
dezvousnare to effect relaxed dis-
cussion, mental stimulation and
re-creation," Harold K. Duerk-
sen, program director of the Of-
fice of Religious Affairs, said.
Discussion at the rendezvous
will center around contemporary
man's situation, the forces that
motivate this situation and cur-
rent responses to it.
First the dilemma will be de-
fined. Then the responses given
by Christianity, Judaism, Zen
Buddhism and other systems of
thought and expression will be
looked at critically. Workshops on
Jazz and folksinging will also be
For students who have exam-
inations until 5 p.m., arrange-
ments for later transportation will
be made.

tured at the March of Dimes
Fashion Show.
The show, to be held at 8 p.m.,
January 20 in the League Ball-
room, is sponsored by local mer-
Profits of the show will be
turned over to the Washtenaw
County March of Dimes program.
Sandra Sinke, '60, and Patricia
Kinnel, '59Ed., will model "clothes
for the college girl." Miss Kinnel
appeared on the cover of a De-
troit newspaper magazine last.
year as a "typical co-ed."
Tickets will be sold at the door.

Group 1-7:00


4; r7s0

Group 5-7:00
Group 6-7:00
Group 7-8-30
Group 8-8:30


Group 10-8:30




Women's Gym To Stay Open

Thursday, February 12th



Recreation facilities will be
available to University women dur-
ing thenexamination period.
Badminton and basketball equip-
ment will be in Barbour Gym from
3 to 5 p.m., January 19 through 23.
On Monday and Wednesday the
apparatus equipment will be avail-
able, and the trampoline may be
The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion bowling alleys in the Women's
Athletic Building will be open from
7 to 9 p.m. on Fridays. A fee will
be charged for each game.
The Coliseum will be opened for
ice skating from 8 to 10 p.m. Tues-
day through Friday and from 3
to 5 p.m. on Sunday. A small fee
will be charged.
The women's swimming pool will

be open to women from 4 to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday. Co-
recreational swimming will be
allowed from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m.
Wednesday and Saturday. The
pool will also be open for women
from 7:15 to 9:15 pin. Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
Honors Council
Names Members
David B. Gilbert, '60E, and
James R. Wiegley, '59E, were ap-
pointed Sunday to membership
in the Engineering Honors Coun-
cil, Armin E. Jocz, '59E, president
of the council, said yesterday.

Group 13-7:00
Group 14-7:00
Group 15-7:00

Group 16-7:00
Group 17-7:00
Group 18-8:30
Group 19-8:30


22- 8:30


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