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Gulantics To Be Highlighted
By Student, Faculty Talents


Coed BetrothalAssembly Ball Ticket Sales
Announcement To Begin Tomorrow in Dorms


Gulantics; all-campus annual
talent show, will present this
year's unique program at 7:30
p.m. Saturday, in Hill Auditorium.
A bit of pre-show patter by Jay
Mills, well-known character from
{ Soph Satire, will begin the enter-
tainment. Mr. Mills will handle
a traveling microphone and cir-
Coed CadnarJ
Ballet Club - Both men and
- women may join this co-recrea-
tional club. The semester's first
meeting will be at 7 p.m. tomor-
row in the Barbour Gym Dance
* * *
WAA Board-Members will meet
at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB.
Camp'Counselors Club - Mem-
bers will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Barbour Gymnasium.
Training in organized games will
be the evening's program.
Officials Club-Club Manager,
Barbara Riley, has asked that all
members try to attend the meet-
ing at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the
- Activities Workshop-The first
meeting will be held at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the Kalamazoo Room
of the League.
All activities chairmen of dorms
and league houses are requested
by the workshop chairmen to at-
tend the meeting. Anyone inter-
ested is welcome to come.

culate among the audience with
his usual line of chatter.
ALSO NEW on this year's pro-
gram is faculty talent. Two well-
known deans and an equally ia-
mous professor will do a pArtion
from the recent Union opera.
Froggy Bottom.
Three faculty women from
the physical education depart-
ment have been scheduled to do
a humorous dance which, ac-
cording to Maxine Pearson, co-
chairman of Gulantics, "has
never been equaled by any show
on campus!"
In addition to these acts, a very
well-known campus figure will be
seen in a strange and unusual set-
ting. His identity, now known
only to the chairmen of Gulantics,
will be disclosed at the event Sat-
urday evening.
THEME OF the whole show is
a night club atmosphere. A spe-
cial set has ben constructed for
the occasion.
The acts which will be com-
peting f o r t h e traditional
awards of $100, first prize; $50,
second prize and $25, third
prize; have been chosen for
their variety.
Wym Price, head of WSSF, will
portray the part of a wandering
hillbilly minstral during the show.
Other acts include Jackie Heyman
and Fred Purser in a two-piano
duet, an all-woman barber shop
quartet, Bob Leopold and his new
jazz combo and Al Jackson with
an Air Force monologue.

Made at Party
A Valentine party at the Chi
Omega House was the scene of
the announcement of the engage-
ment. of Joyce Howard to Richard
Calhoun Frank.
Miss Howard is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Austin Z. How-
* * ,

Semi-Formal Dance Will Be Held March 2;
"Show Boat" Will Set Theme for Dance

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow
in all the dormitories for "Show
Boat," this year's Assembly Ball.
Other independent coeds living
in League houses or Ann Arbor
homes may obtain their tickets in
the League from 9 until 12 a.m.
and from 1 until 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
dance are priced at $2.80 per
couple. Tickets for carnations
which are being sold by Senior
Society, may be purchased with
the dance ticket.
Assembly Ball, the annual
semi-formal event for indepen-
dent women, will be held from
9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 2 on the second floor of
the League.
Phil Brestoff and his band from
Detroit will provide the music for
the dance. Among the selections
which they will play will be "Make
Believe," "Old Man River," "Why
Do I Love You" and "He's Just My
Bill" from "Show Boat."
* * *
THE ENTIRE second floor of
the League will be used for "Show
Boat" and each room will be dec-
orated to carry out the general
theme. The main ballroom will
be decorated to represent a thea-
ter for the production, "Show
Posters advertising the dance
have been placed in League
houses and dormitories. Skits
will be put on at dinner time in
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha, national
women's fraternity, Alpha Gam-
ma chapter announces that
it is temporarily withdrawing
from the University campus at
the close of this academic year.

various houses Monday andj
Tuesday of this week.
The theme of "Show Boat" was
chosen because of its lightness
and festive nature, and the dance
promises to be a gala affair, ac-
cording to the chairmen of As-
sembly Ball.
chairman of the dance, says "We
have spent a lot of time and
thought in trying to make this
year's Assembly Ball the most
tremendous ever, and I sincerely
hope that all independent women
will come and enjoy themselves."
Other members of the central
committee for "Show Boat" are
Joan Nelson and Harriet Kopel,
publicity co-chairmen; Renee Levy,
and Arlene Suozzo, decorations
co-chairmen; Joan Kaiser, ticket
chairman; Ann Black, finance
chairman; Marcia Goldfarb, build-
ing and grounds;rand Ellen Haar,
program and patrons.

Lnion ., -
Relief from a day of studying
will be offered from 8 to 10:30
p.m. tonight when the small ball-
room and Terrace Room of the
Union will be open for record
dancing and card playing.
A new addition to the Union
entertainment program, this Sun-
day evening event will feature
record dancing in the small ball-
room, and cards will be available
for bridge and canasta games in
the Terrace Room.
There will be no admission
charge for couples attending the
Hillel ..
Hillel and Izfa will co-sponsor
a dance from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
tonight on the second floor of J.
D. Miller's restaurant at 211 S.
State St.
Admission for the dance will be
one book (preferably an old text).
The books will be sent to the He-
brew University in Jerusalem'
which is in need of, books due to
the destruction of several of their
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The WAA co-recreational Bal-
let Club will resume activities at
7 p.m.'tomorrow in the Barbour
Gym Dance Studio.
All interested men and women
may attend. No special skill or
experience is necessary for mem-
Plans for a spring program
based on Greek tragedies have
been begun. The program will be
given some time in May and will

be put on in connection with the
Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra.
Members receive practice and
instruction in skills and tech-
niques. Many work on their own
Besides the Monday evening
meetings, members may attend
a joint meeting with the Modern
Dance Club on Friday for a tech-
nique class.

BalletClub To Hold Meeting

nique class.
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* * *
ard of Detroit. Mr. Frank is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William G.
Frank of Louisville, Ky.
In addition to being a member
of the Chi Omega Sorority, Miss
Howard was a member of the
W.A.A. Board for 1950, an officer
in the Women's Glee Club in
1950, chairman of Frosh Weekend
in 1949 and a member of the
casts, for Soph Cab, Soph Satire
and J G P. She was given the
Penhellenic award for the most
active sophomore of 1950. Miss
Howard is a junior in the school
of education.
Mr. Frank is a member of the
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He
is also Vice-President of the Men's
Glee Club and a member of the
University Novelairs Quartet.

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