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File Service To Aid Showmen
In Search for Entertainers



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Talent Sought
'For Gulantics
Tryouts for the fourth annual
Gulantics Revue variety show will
be held Dec. 1, 8, and 15, Men's
Glee Club president Dick Frank,
'53A, announced yesterday.
The show, which features all
w, varieties of campus talent, is spon-
sored jointly by the Union, League
,y and Men's Glee Club and will be
presented Feb. 23.
With the stage of Hill Auditor-
ium transformed into a night club
setting 14 or 15 acts will be pre-
sented with the winners being
judged by the readings of an audi-
ometer which registers the ap-
plause of the audience.
The first prize winner will be
awarded $100, with prizes of $50
and $25 going to the second and
third place winners, respectively.
The auditions which are open
to all students who possess any
kind of talent-both soloes and
mixed groups--will be held from
1 to 5 p.m. on each of the three
Saturdays in Rm. 3-G, Union. The
judges will be Norm Zilber, '53
BAd., of the Union, Katherine
Roney, '52Ed., of the League, Prof.
Phillip A. Duey, Men's Glee Club
director and Frank.
Gulantics Revue was inaugurat-
ed in 1948, to give campus ama-
teurs an opportunity to display
their talent, with the proceeds go-
ing to the Glee Club scholarship
fund. The prefix of the name
Gulantics was derived from the
r first letters of the names of the
sponsoring groups.
Last year's show was highlight-
ed by the appearance of a sur-
prise faculty act featuring Associ-
ate Dean of Students Walter Rea,
Dean Walter Emmons, of the en-
gineering college and Prof. Pres-
ton Slosson, of the history depart-
ment. Another surprise act of un-
disclosed nature is slated for the
current edition of Gulantics.

Union Reopens
"Anything from a whistle toot-
er, to a tap dancer to a hill billy
trio-we can get it for you."
That's the slogan of the newly
enlarged and rejuvenated Union
Talent File Service. The talent
file, which has remained dormant
and obscure for several years re-
ceived a shot in the arm this fall.
"Talent questionnaires" distribut-
ed to all freshmen were processed
and classified in the Union files.
The Union plans to continue
this procedure each semester, ac-
cording to Councilman Norm Zil-
ber, '53, who is in charge of the
project, and thus develop the file
into a virtual encyclopedia of en-
tertainment ability.
Currently the file is serving as
a casting guide for Union dance
entertainment and other campus
affairs. It is also open to all fra-
ternity, sorority and independent
house groups as an aid to planning
entertainment at social events.
Students who have any talent
suitable for entertainment work
and who have not registered with
the Union were urged by Zilber
to stop in the Union office be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m. any weekday
afternoon and sign up.
He pointed out that many of
the performing jobs are paying
opportunities. Another advantage,
he explained, is that all students
registered in the file will receive
tryouts for the Gulantics talent
-show and will be eligible for the
cash prizes awarded each year.
b d
(Coed Calendar__
9 a a
Reception-Members of League
Council and Mortar Board will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. Purpose of the meeting
is to plan the reception following
the inauguration of President Hat-
'p * *
Hostesses - A general meeting
will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday
in the League for hostesses for the
Hatcher tea Dec. 5.
* . * *
Workshop-An activities work-
shop will be held at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the League for activities
chairmenof dormitories and lea-
gue houses.

WAA Notices]
Coaches and Officials - Mem-
bers of the basketballsection of
the WAA Coaches and Officials
Club will meet at 5:10 p.m. tomor-
row in the fencing room of Bar-
bour Gym for a discussion of the
Volleyball-The schedule for the
week is as follows: Monday at 8
p.m.--Delta Delta Delta II vs. Jor-
dan II; Gamma Phi Beta I vs.
Palmer I.
Tuesday at 8 p.m.-Kappa Al-
pha Theta I vs. Jordan V; Stock-
well VII vs. Angell I.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.-Al-
pha Chi Omega I vs. winner of
Kappa Alpha Theta I vs. Jordan
V; Kleinstuck I vs. winner of
Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Palmer I.
Thursday at 7:30-Winner of
Stockwell VII-Angell I game vs.
winner of Gamma Phi Beta-Palm-
er I game ('A' Bracket) and the
winner of Alpha Chi Omega I vs.
winner of Kappa Alpha Theta I-
Jordan V game vs. winner of Del-
ta Delta Delta II-Jordan II game
('B' Bracket).
* * *
The all-campus basketball tour-
nament will begin with the fol-
lowing schedule this week: Mon-
day at 5:10 p.m.-Pi Beta Phi II
vs. Alpha Chi Omega II; Pi Beta
Phi III vs. Delta Zeta I. At 7:15--
Barbour I vs. Jordan II; Mosher
II vs. Newberry I.
Tuesday at 5:15-No games be-
cause of the president's inaugura-
tion. At 7:15 Chi Omega II vs.
Mosher IV.
Wednesday at 5:10 - Barbour
III vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; Delta
Gamma I vs. Cheever II.
Thursday at 5:10-Alpha Omi-
cron Pi I vs. Kappa Delta I; Alpha
Delta Pi I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta

Honorary Society To Prese
'Jazz Jamboree' in League
Music including everything from about the ballroom with ref
Dixieland to swing will be fea- ments being sold during the
tured at the "Jazz Jamboree" to ning to add to the informal
be presented at 8 p.m. Sunday, musical program.
Dec. 2 in the League Ballroom. Don Herman, chief anno
The informal concert, which and disc jockey , over s
will feature the music of Bob Leo- WHRV will serve as master o
pold? and his "Ann Arbor Alley emonles for the show.
Cats" is the first of several cam-
pus projects planned by Scroll, Tickets for "Jazz Jamb
honorary society for senior affil- may be purchased from anyn
iated women. Proceeds will be us- ber of Scroll or from Bob Le
ed\ to help build a scholarship Prices are 45c for a singlet
fund. or 65 cents a couple.
Small tables will be arranged

ity of
f cer-

Plaid shirts, blue jeans and tall
pine trees will help create the in-
formal, woodsy atmosphere for
Paul Bunyan dance which is to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday, Dec. 1.
The event is presented each year
by the forestry students in honor
of the greatest of all foresters,
Paul Bunyan.
Paul Bunyan, the hero of all
foresters, past, present and future,
is said to have grown innumber-
able inches per day until reach-
ing his final height of 47 axe
handles and gained an average of
349 pounds per week.

The stories of his feats of
strength have been told and retold
around the campfires of the log-
ging camps and have become a
part of the tradition of our coun-
The musical background for the
dance will be presented by Paul
LaVoie and his orchestra.
In anticipation of the coming
dance, forestry students will wear
typical lumbermen's garb this
Tickets for the dance are on
sale in the Administration Build-
ing, Union, on the diag and from


Foresters To Hold Dance Saturday

Dorsey, Flanagan
To Star on Disks
Union will round out its week-
end activities by presenting an-
other in a series of record dances
from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday in
the Terrace Room of the Union.
Besides dancing, card tables and
decks of playing cards will be
available for couples desiring to
try their hand at bridge or canas-
Union officials emphasize the
fact that the disc dances are of-
fered free of charge and that any
interested couples are invited to
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Hatcher Tea
First in a series of Hatcher
teas will be held from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Held in the president's home,
the tea will honor the senior

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