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1949

TIE ZICilICiN iDAILY

Audience Will Select Winners
In 'Gulantics Revue' Talent Show:

The audience will pick tie win-
ners at the "Gulantics Revue,"
first competitive campus talent
show which will be presented at
7:30 p.m. Sunday in Hill Audito-
rium.
From the fourteen varied acts,
chosen earlier in competitive try-
outs, the audience, with the aid of
an audiometer, will choose the
three most talented, who will cop
$175 in prizes. Sponsored by the
Union, Glee Club and League the
show will be centered around a
night club theme and will be the
first event to use a stage setting
in Hill Auditorium.
To get the audience into the
spirit of the evening a new warm-

up period will be tried. From 7 to
7:30 p.m. the combination of Ted'
Smith and His Band, the Men's
Glee Club, Mike Klaver and his
walking mike and Bob Halbrook,
MC, should be enough to put the
audience into a competitive mood,
according to Philip Morris, Glee
club publicity chairman.
* *I *
TICKET SALES are continuing
this week from 3 to 5 p.m. in the
League and the Union and will re-
main on sale from 10 to 12 p.m.
Saturday. The price will be 60
cents.
The fourteen "Gulantics" for
the first time revealed, will in-

Hillel To Present Festival

The entire Hillel Foundation
will be transposed into one big,
3ustling festival from 6:30 to 10:30
p.m. Sunday to provide members
'with an evening of fun while add-
ing to the funds of the United'
Jewish Appeal.
Bridge Tournament
The weekly Union bridge
tournament will be 'held at 8
p.m. today in the Terrace Room
of the League.
Students attending will have
an opportunity to meet and
talk with bridge experts. Among
those who will be present is
George Alderton, former Amer-
ican Contract Bridge League
president and recent mid-west
champion.

Every room in the Foundation
will be decorated and equipped for
each of a variety of games and
booths which have been planned
for the affair.
Not only will the students par-
ticipate in the project, but at this
year's festival, members of the
faculty will also be on hand to
offer their talents as entertainers.
According to publicity com-
mittee member Lorraine Gold-
berg, some of the sights worth
seeing will include a freak show,
a mock marriage booth, and a
nickolodeon.
Other amusements have been
planned which will offer fun-seek-
ing Hillelites a variety of enter-
tainment for the entire evening.'

elude types and tempos from
acrobats to torch singers and
"Dixieland" to "My Hero."
The "Barbarous Four" will leave
the Gamma Phi House, to attempt
to convince the audience to "Listen
to the Mocking Bird." In true gay
nineties style they also will ren-
der "My Mustache." "Impossible!"
adds MC, Halbrook.
* * *
SPOT NUMBER TWO will go to
magic man, Al Goldman, who will
attempt to remove his subject's
lingerie with a sly bit of prestidigi-
tation, while Beverly Olszynsk.
will make quicker changes in her
personality imitation, running
from Gracie Fields to Carmen Mi-
randa.
From Carmen to Negro spirit-
uals is quite a jump but the
"Travelers Four" will attempt to
sooth their listeners with their
arrangements of "Were You
There"? and "Animals 'A
Comin'." June Chadwick will
follow with interpretive ballet.
Wym Price will take over sixth
position with. a slightly different
view into the atomic situation.
Wym is a guitar crooner and will
come forth with the "Atomic
Blues," wherein dwells the secret
of protoplasm and life.
* * *
"EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE" is
the song and the problem is
whether the twenty foot extension
ladder held by balancing artist,
Sam Dudley, will fall to the east or
west in the seventh act. Doris
Kays, soprano, will put all worried
minds to rest with "My Hero," and
"Summertime."
The Golden Bantam boys
don't quite know what they are
going to present as yet, accord-
ing to Halbrook. In fact it may
not even be golden bantam, but
it will be corn, for sure adds the
MC. They sing, too!
The deepest baritone this side of
the Mississippi will be heard when
Conwell Carrington sings "It's
Magic" and "Blue Moon," says
Morris.
THE NUMBER ten entertainers
will manage to violently awake
any dead soul who has not been
previously sirred with their Dixie-
land Combo, strictly improvised
under Bob Leopold. Bob Tamplin,
will record pantomine Jimmy Du-
rante and his "Dollar a year man."
All he lacks is the nose, according
to his publicity manager.
Freshman Patty Joy will really
make the piano talk with her
piano monologues, leading into
Gershwin in an original style. The
Vaughan House Trio, who are us-
ually at the head of their class,
will beaat the foot of the show with
"Binga Boola Baby" and O'Mc-
Donald. The latter number is
straight from the farm.

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Panhel Selects
Ten To Couns l

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COED CAILIENDARP

-Daily-Wally Barth
GIBSON GIRLS-To perform at the University Women's Glee
Club concert are: back row, from left to right: Charlotte Boehm,
Barbara Riggs and Jean Dennis; front row: Doris Kays, Dona
Schneider and Ruth Spore.
* * * *
UnivFersity Womens Qlee Club
To Feature Gibson Girl Medley

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Panhellenic Associati n has aI-
nounced the names of the ten
women who have been chosen as
rushing counselors for the inaug-
uration of the new rushee counsel-
ing system next fall.
Coeds who will start training
this spring are Nancy Clark, Al-
pha Gamma Delta; Frances Doty,
Alpha Delta Pi; Anne Harriton,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Jane Hem n-
way, Alpha Phi; Dorothy Hierony-
mous, Chi Omega; Jeanne Hinkel,
Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jo Hoey, Soro-
-is; Eleanor Irwin. Alpha Xi Del-
ta; Barbara Little. Delta Delta
Delta; and Myrna Rees, Alpha Chi
Omega.
Selection was made from a
group of coeds consisting of two
women chosen from the ten houses
who will be represented next year.
Counselor training will be di-
rected by Christine Blair, rushing
secretary of Panhellenic, Miss
MacCormick, social director of the
League, psychologists and person-
nel experts will help to start the
first training sessions.

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lFrosh-Weekend-All girls work-
jug on the floorshow for "Comnmo-
tion in the Ocean" will meet from
a to 6 p.m. today in the Cae of
the League.
Maize publicity committee will
have a meeting at 7 p.m. today in
Suite 1 on the third floor of the
League.
* * *a
Officials' Club-The ccaching
division will meet at 5 p.m. today
in WAB.
Tennis Club--New members are

still welcome to attend the meet-
ing at 5 p.m. today in WAB,
Dancing Clubs-Members of the
Folk and Square Dancing Clubs
expecting to participate in the fes-
tival are requested to be present at
the meeting at 7:30 p.m. today.
The last student-faculty tea
for this term will be given by
the pharmacy school.
The tea will be held from 4
to 5 p.m. today in the Terrace
Room of the League.

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A medley of Gibson Girl songs
dedicated to the first University
Women's Glee Club formed in 1904
will be one of the featured attrac-
tions of the Glee Club's annual
spring concert 8 p.m. today in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Guest performers will be mem-
bers of the University Dance
Workshop who will present three
dances, under the direction of Dr.
Juana de Laban.
Miss Marguerite V. Hood, asso-
ciate professor of Music Education,
will conduct. Soloists will be
Charlotte Boehm, Doris Kays and
Patricia Herman. Accompanists
are Dorothy Danko and Cohleen
Jenson.
THE PROGRAM will open with
"Regina Coeli" by Lotti; "Ave Vera
Virginitas" by Depres; "Sing We
and Chant It" by Morley; "The
Silver Swan" by Gibbons; "Four
Arms, Two Necks, One Wreath-
ing" and "Strike It Up, Tabor" by
Weelkes.
Other compositions included
in the program are "Donde
lieta from "La Boheme" by Puc-
cini; and "Miranda" by Hage-
man.
"Moon-Marketing" by Weaver;
"The Green River" by Carpenter;
"XXth Century" by Sargent;
Hageman's "Do Not Go, My Love";
"Wild Swans" by Priesing; "On
the Streetcar" by Purvis; and
'North Argentinian Folk Dance,"
will also be sung..
PARTICIPATING in the Gibson
Girl Parade, a medley of songs
from the turn of the Century hon-
oring the Women's Glee Club of
the year 1904, will be the Glee
Club, the Harmony Girls and solo-
ists, including: Charlotte Boehm,
Jean Dennis, Patricia Herman,
Doris Kays, Nedra Ohmstede, Bar-
bara Riggs, Virginia Ross, Dona

Schneider, Ruth Spore and Joy
Williams.
Gibson Girl songs include
"Strolling Through the Park";
"My Sweetheart's the Man in
the Moan"; "Ta-ra-ra-booh-
de-e"; "After the Ball is Over";
"When You Wore a Tulip";
"And Her Golden Hair Was
Hanging Down Her Back"; "In
the Good Old Summer Time";
"Come Josephine in My Flying
Machine-; "My Mother Was a
Lady"; "By the Sea, By the Sea,
By the Beautiful Sea"; "Sym-
pathy"; "She is Only a Bird in a
Gilded Cage"; and "Yip-i-addy-
i-ay."
A group of University of Michi-
gan songs will conclude the pro-
gram, which is open to the public.
OFFICERS OF the club are
Ruth Spore, president and as-
sistant conductor; Anne Parker,
vice-president; Jean Dennis, sec-
retary; Nan Hubach, business
manager; Dorothy Jemal, publici-
ty; Patricia Hollis, librarian; and
Valerie Polk, assistant librarian.
Other members of the club
are; First Sopranos: Jean Boos,
Patricia Herman, Betsey Iden,
Doris Kays, Virginia Ross, Max-
ine Smith, Joy Williams and
Rosemnary Wise.
Second Sopranos are: Carolyn
Bergren, Nancy Beveridge, Glee
Ducigeon, Lillian Hanjian, Pa-
tricia McLean, Nedra Ohmstede,
Ann Shafer, Jane Standiford and
Marion Stepanauskas.
* * *
THE LIST continues with Alto
I: Patricia Becker, Charlotte
Boehm, Jane Buell, Nancy Kar-
nischky, Adelaide Klingbeil, Julia
Ros and Joan Weaver.
Alto II: Beverly Bradford, Bar-
bara Riggs, Dona Schneider, Sid-
ney Steck, Ina Sussman and
Nancy Symons.

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