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16, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILYPFIvE

Audience To Judge
Gulantic 's Winners
Joint Production of Glee Club, League, Union
Will Feature Program of All Student Talent

Gulantics, the annual all student
talent show, will be presented forc
for the fourth consecutive yeart
Saturday, Feb. 23, in Hill Audi-t
torium.
Sponsored jointly by the Men'st
Glee Club, Union and League, thist
talent review is the only campusx
production that depends upon theF
audience to determine the win-
ners of the three grand prizes oft
$100, $50 and $25.
* * *a
THE TOP three acts receivingt
the most applause on the audi-
ometer will cop the three grand
prizes. Last year three repeatt
trials were needed to determinet
t 4he winners.t
"Gulantics is the liveliest,r
sparklingest show featuring top
quality entertainment that this
campus has ever witnessed,"
declares Dick Frank, chairman
of the show.
The stage in Hill Auditorium
Group To Endt
Nursing Talks
The new four-year program in
nursing and how it will effect theE
pre-nurse. is the topic under dis-
cussion in the last of a series of1
two meetings being held at 7:30
p.m. Monday in the League. 1
The first meeting of the group
was held yesterday afternoon and
the Monday meeting will carry on
the discussion.
According to Mr. G. C. Wilson,
assistant director of admissions,
the meetings are open to all pre-
nursing students.
Leading the discussions is Miss
Rhoda Reddig, director of nurs-
ing. -

will be transformed into a night
club for the talent review. Gulan-
tics is the only production in Hill
that uses a stage set.
The show will consist of more
than a dozen acts ranging from
two "witty" masters of cere-
monies, several romantic singers,
a "smooth" combo to a dance duo
and coed pianist who gives a new
twist to old favorites.
* * *
BERNIE Kahn will be the mas-
ter of ceremonies during the 15
minute "warm up" before the
show. He will take a microphone
through the audience to get spec-
tators' reactions before curtain
time. Jay Mills will introduce the
acts.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
and Bob Leopold and his combo
along with the Men's Glee Club
wild furnish musical entertain-
ment.
This is the fourth annual
Gulantics. The first year a con-
test was hell to determine the
name for the show. The winner
used th( letters G for Glee Club,
U for U ion and L for League and
added antics" to form Gulantics.
THE LEAGUE handles the tal-
ent for the production, the Union
manages the staging and the
Men's Glee Club takes the finan-
cial risk and carries on the pub-
licity. Profits from the show are
used in the Glee Club Scholar-
ship Fund for awards given every
year by the Glee Club.
Last year' a surprise faculty
act was the feature of -the pro
gram. Dean Walter B. Rea,
Professor Preston W. Slosson
and Glen V. Edmondson of the
Engineering department were
the performers of the faculty
stunt.
1

M. C. CORN-Bernie Kahn and Jay Mills, masters of ceremonies for the fourth annual Gulantics
show, which will be presented at 8 p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium, are shown rehearsing the
antics which will help to make the show lively and sparkling. Bernie Kahn will be master of cere-
monies during the 15 minute "warm up" before the show, while Jay Mills will take over to introduce
the acts.

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Senior Night
Senior women voicing their
choice for the first time on the
clothes to be worn at the annual
Senior Night program have voted
against wearing either caps and
gowns or caps, but have selected
the alternative.
The balloting which was con-
ducted by the .Senior Night Com-
mittee in all dormitories, sorority
houses, league houses, and coop-
eratives offered senior women
three alternatives of apparel: caps
and gowns, just caps, or some
other uniform dress.
The results of final ballot tabu-
lations were: caps and gowns, 88;
caps alone, 64; alternatives, 163.
Not all housing units turned in
their votes in time for counting.
Union Dances
Clare Shepard and his orchestra
will return to play for the first
regular Union dance of the new
semester, which will be held from
9 p.m. to midnight tonight in the
Union Ballroom.
The free record dances will be
resumed when the first one is pre-
sented from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Union.
SBA Dance
The Student Bar Association
will present its second annual
Court Chancellors Dance at the
Travel and study
ABROAD
this summer
LOWEST FARES EVER
make university-sponsored tours
via TWA most attractive.
Spend your summer profitably and
enjoyably on one of 16 four- to ten-
week study tours in Great Britain,
Europe, Scandinavia, Asia or Africa.
Earn full credit while you travel and
study. Arranged by specialists in
the educational-travel field, in co-
operation with TWA. Tour price
takes care of all necessary expenses,
including TWA's money-saving new
tourist fares.
For tour information, mention
countries that interest you most
when you write to: John Furbay,
Ph.D., Director, TWA Air World
Tours, 80 E. 42nd St., New York
17, N. Y.
*Effective May 1 subject to gov'tapproval
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FRANS5 WORLD AINLIS

Central Committee Reveals
List of JGP Cast Members

The central committee for
Junior Girl's Play, which will be
presented March 20, 21 and 22,
will hold a meeting of all cast
members at 2 p.m. Sunday in the
League.
The final list of JGP cast mem-
bers is as follows: Phyllis Kauf-
man, Dibby Ewing, Jean Purvis,
Helen Brogren, Marge Criola, Pat
Flowers, Laura Atwell, Judy
Davies, Ann Lewis, Joan Heiderer,
Mary Levy, Sally Traverse, Sue
Ralston, Ethel Atlas, Joan Wedge,
Carolyn Krigbaum, BettyEllis,
Carolyn Westman.
Jeanne Marshall, Peggy Logan,
Jeanette Dujargin, Marlene Fish-
er, Jean Martin, Barbara Wild-
man, Sue Boll, Anita Hoert,
Veterans of . Foreign Wars Club
Saturday, February 23, from 9
p.m. to midnight.
The first dance held in Febru-
ary last year proved a successful
method of raising senior funds.
This year "Canned Briefs," which
Ehave been rejected by the Law
School, will be used as decora-
tions.
The dance is semi-formal and
tickets costing $2.50 per couple
will go on sale at Hutchins Hall
Monday morning and may now be
purchased from Jim Wilson or
Bill Lynch, president of the Bar'
Association.
Members of the association will
receive a 10 per cent' discount on
the purchase of their tickets.
Union Tournament's
The Union Pool Room will be
the scene of the male all campus
pool, billards and ping pong tour-
naments beginning February 25.
All men interested in participating
in the contests should sign up in
the Union by February 22.
Semi finals and finals for the
tourneys will be played on Satur-
day, March 15 during the Union
Open House.

Marilyn Hey, Ardie Marquardt,
Betty Brown, Margaret Hult.
Julie Lowe, Sue Adams, Joan
Alan, Marg Atkins, Jan Ayers, Liz
Baldwin, Lorna, Becker, Bev
Brown, Marion Charles, Judy
Clancy, Mary Leila Curtice, Judy
L. Davies, Nancy Fitch, Joan
Fried, Janet Gast, Malverne Glei-
ber, Ginny Granse, Joan Hegener.
Gloria James, Mary Anna Lar-
son, Evelyn Malawista, Mary Mc-
Lean, Dee Dee Miller, Thirza Mil-
lar, Alice Mencher, Barbara Platt,
Joan Pruit, Carolyn Rourke, Alice
Ryan, Winifred Sadler.
Jeanette Scoville, Mary Sekan,
Jody Sloane, Vera Simon, Joan
Snodgrass, Mary Ann Suino, Clar-
isse Weinstein, Jean White, Janet
ZurSchmeide, Jackie Bergey, Mir-
iam Broderick, Janice Clark,
Nancy Fandram, Robin Glover,
Raeann Goldberg, Lucy Grawburg.
Margaret Grein, Shirley Griggs,
Nancy Karnischky, Connie Kay,
Jane Kolb, Phyllis Korn, Jeanette
Levy, Nancy Lewis, Toby Regen-
streich, Margie Williams, Carole
Lofgren.
Mary Jane Mills, Louise Mor-
gan, Ruth Oldberg, Doris Oliver,
Judy Palmer, Lusetta Bush, San-
dra Sipkin, Roberta Shaw, Susan
Roos, Nancy Regester, Mary Ann
Zadasko, Laurie Glazer, Mary
Marsh.
Jean Allen, Merl Lou Anselml,
Gail Cook, Fran Windham, Joyce
Woolfindin, Betty Comstock, Nan-
cy Dorsey, Judy Gallop and Mar-
lin Carter.
THE TOPPER
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2 Wheat Cakes
1 Egg 35c
Coffee-
Served Daily Including Sunday
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