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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1948

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WILL KEEP OPEN FILE:
Union-League Talent Committee Begins
Campus-Wide Search for Entertainers

Students may now sign up to
enter Winter Carnival, the all-
campus winter sports affair, to be
held Wednesday and Thursday,
Feb. 2 and 3.
Letters were recently sent out
to house presidents describing the
entire set-up for the carnival. The
letter also contained the three ma-
jor events and rules for entering
each one. Enclosed in each letter
was a postcard to be returned to
the central committee by Tuesday,
Dec. 14.
The committee requests that
each house specifies how many
people they expect from their
house in each event. If this is not
possible, houses are to specify
which events they plan to enter.
The main thing is to get the post-
cards returned on time.
THE CARNIVAL is divided into
three major divisions: the Arbo-
retum events, the ice carving con-
test and the Burns Park ice show.
There will be a meeting of
the Ice Carving Committtee for
representatives from each
house at 5 p.m. Wednesday at
the Union. The room will be
posted on the bulletin board.
It is very important that each
house be represented. Rules for
making the display will be ex-
plainecL

The Arboretum events will be
divided into skiing and tobog-
ganning competition. Skiing
will consist of cross country
runs, skii jumping, slalom rac-
ing and novelty races. Under to-
bogganing will be three man
team competition, tray sliding
and also some novelty races.
These events will take plane
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 2.
Ice Carving will be run on a
similar basis as the Homecoming
displays. A limited amount of
money is to be spent on the con-
struction. Full instructions on
how to go about building the dis-
play is explained in the letter.
Each house can choose its own
theme. The displays will be judged
at 10 a.m. Thursday morning on
originality and construction.
THE ICE SHOW will be held
Thursday afternoon at Burns
Park and Thursday night at the
Coliseum. The events to be entered
at Burns Park include short dash,
one lap race, four lap race and
house relays. "Crazy Relays" and
figure skating will be on the pro-
gram at the Coliseum.
If anyone has any questions
concerning any part of Winter
Carnival, they are asked to get in
touch with Pat McKenna, 2-2569;
Nancy Hess, 2-5618 or Dick S-
cum, 4141.

"Talent, available, on file"; so
reads the notebook of the latest
campus organization, the Union-
League Talent Committee.
Under Bob Perrin. and Jackie
Reid this group will start the ball
rolling for the establishment of
continuous campus-talent file at
7:30 p.m. today in the Union when
representatives from all campus
organizations will meet to begin a
campus-wide talent search.
UNDER A SYSTEM recently
initiated by the committee, indi-
viduals or groups with talent or
an organized performance may
sign from 3 to 5 p.m. daily in the
Union for an audition with the
committee floorshow chairman.
From these auditions will be
picked floorshows for subsequent
Uniondances.
And from these floorshows
will eminate the talent file,
which will be available to all or-
ganizations, both on and off
campus. Such groups as JGP,
Soph Cabaret, and Gilbert and
Sullivan may spot just what
they need in the file, whether he
be a ballet dancer or zither play-
er.
Private groups may search
through the files for entertainers
or perhaps a guest or two to be the
"life of the party." Private and
public organization in Ann Ar-

bor, Detroit and the surrounding
area will no longer need to send
special scouts to recruit talent.
BIGGEST PROJECT, now defi-
nitely scheduled, of these campus'
talent scouts will be the spring va-
riety show, sponsored by the
League, Union and the Glee Clubs.
Top performers and entertain-
ers groups from the. Union floor-

shows will be picked to appear at
this affair, scheduled for April 25
which will award over 100 dollars
cash in prizes.
Chairmen Reid and Perrin
encourage groups to pick their
talent and send them over to the
Union. "Anything from catcalls
to organ playing will be ap-
preciated if it is done well," say
the chairmen.

WAA Notes

CABARET CREW-The paint daubers put the
tured left to right are Laurie Lamy, Mary Lou
Rennie.

Daily-Dave Mayer.
finishing touches on Soph Cabaret decorations. Pic-
Porter, Virginia Ross, Nancy Marin and Martha

Soph Cabaret, 1948 Sophomore Extravaganza,
Will Bring Greek Mythology to League

Women's interhouse basketball
games continue this week with
competitions between the follow-
ing houses:
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. - Chi
Omega III vs. Stockwell VII,
Mosher V vs. Kappa Delta II, Mar-
tha Cook I vs. Sorosis II in Water-
man Gym; 8 p.m.-Jordan IX vs.
Zone III Team I;
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Chi
Omega II vs. Stockwell XI, Soro-
;is III vs. Delta Gamma III, 7:15
p.m.-Newberry I vs. Jordan VI;
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Zeta I vs. Delta Delta Delta II, Pi
Beta Phi IV vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta III, 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Chi

Omega II vs. Stockwell XIV, 8
p.m.-Couzens I vs. Couzens II.
Folk and Square Dancing Group
-Members participating in the
Christmas program must be pres-
ent at the meeting to be held at
7:15 p.m. today in the WAB.
Badminton Club - A meeting
will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow in
Waterman Gym.
Table Tennis Club - Members
will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the WAB.
Bowling Club-Unless other-
wise notified, teams will continue
bowling from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
weekdays.

All the color and pageantry of
Greek mythology will come to life
from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday
and Saturday when the sopho-
more women present their 1948
Soph Cabaret, "Don't Myth It!" in
the League.
Taking over the entire floor, the
Cabaret will offer continuous
dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight
both nights, in the ballroom to Ted
Smith's orchestra.
* *
NOVELTY AND concession
booths along the concourse will
carry out the theme by typifying
earth, the gateway to the land of
the gods, Fortune-telling, a fish-

ing pond and a souvenir booth are carry telegrams to anyone at
a few of the featured attractions. the Cabaret.
Vendors will add to the scene "A Date With Jupiter," the
by peddling their wares of pop- floorshow, will be presented at
corn, cotton candy and cigar- 8:30 and 10 p.m. in Lydia Men-
ettes. In addition, page girls will delssohn Theatre..
Both Men, Women May Join New
WAA Square Dancing Organization
Folk and Square Dancing Club Plans for the future include a
will meet at 7:15 p.m. today in the dance demonstration with the
WAB. modern dance and ballet clubs at
Instruction in national dances 7:30 Monday, December 13 at Bar-
will be given by students from the bour Gym.

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Experience is not necessary for
membership. Meetings are held
every Tuesday from 7:15 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. with participation credit
given to coeds.
current rate on
insured savings
Extra earnings on Bonus
Savings Accounts

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