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FEBRUARY 10, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV

Soph Cabaret
To Provid
Weekend Fun
Tickets To Go on Sale
In League, Mason Hall
For 'Music Heaven'
Tickets for "Music Heaven," an-
nual Sophomore Cabaret dance
which will be presented from 8
p.m. to midnight Friday and Sat-
urday nights at the League, will
be on sale this week in the League
and Mason Hall.
They may also be obtained from
members of the central commit-
tee of this year's Soph Cab and
will be sold at the door. Admis-
sion is 90 cents per person.
Proceeds from the production
will be used to furnish the new
record-listening room in the
League. Members of the central.
committee will help choose the
furniture for the room.
This year marks the twenty-fifth
presentation of the event, which
features dancing, a floorshow,
special booths and games of
chance. "Music Heaven" will be
the theme and the floorshow, dee-
orations and booths will carry out
this idea.
The floorshow will be presented
at 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. each
night of the event in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre of the
League.
Music to suit all tastes will be
featured at the Cabaret with
Paul Root and his orchestra
playing dance music in the
League Ballroom, and the Ann
Arbor Alleycats, who feature jazz
numbers, Charlestons and pol-
kas, playing in the Michigan
Room.
Refreshments, consisting of gin-
ger ale and potato chips, will also
be served in the Michigan Room,
which will be decorated as the
song, "Blue Champagne."
Special booths, featuring many
types of skill-testing games, will
have a prominent place at the car-
nival-like production.
A caricaturist and photogra-
pher will also be on hand at the
event.
Prizes will be awarded at all
booths, and a door prize will be
presented to the person who
guesses the correct number of
"beets" in a measure.
Soph Cab is a stag as well as a
date affair.

SHOW OF SHOWS:
Annual Gulantics Program
To Feature Campus Talent

Groups Selected for Skit Night

6. --

Ten acts have been chosen to
vie for top prizes in the annual
Gulantics program, the Univer-
sity's all-student talent show to
be presented at 8 p.m., Saturday,
Feb. 21, at Hill Auditorium.
Jointly sponsored by the Lea-
gue, Union, and Mens' Glee Club
this event will once more intro-
duce both new and old faces to
the student body.
Howard Nemerovski, E '54, wri-
ter of this year's Union Opera,
was selected to emcee the Gulan-
tics show.
* * *
KNOWN TO the coeds in the
dorms for their after-hour sere-
nades the "Psurfs," composed of
13 men, most of whom are law
students, will make their first
public appearance.
The audience will also have
their first opportunity to hear
Lorraine Falbers, a freshman
in music school playing a few
classical piano selections.
While new to this campus, the
Witham sisters, Mary and Nan-
cy, 'LS&A, have appeared on pro-
grams in their home town of Es-
can aba.

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Last year this duo did a take-
off on the modern dance.
Using appropriate music fur-
nished by the Hawaiian Club,
Audrey McIntyre will do the Hula,
a dance she learned during her
visit to the Islands last summer.
* .t , *
A FORMER national 4-H con-
test winner, Carol Laybourn, will
display her comic piano techni-
ques which many television audi-
ences have witnessed.
Ann Albert, M'54, will com-
pete for the $100 first prize with
her interpretations to the music
of Slaughter on Fifth Avenue.

Six groups have been chosen to
participate in Skit Night, spon-
sored by the Women's Athletic As-
sociation and the Union, which
will be held on Saturday, March
28, in Hill Auditorium.
Those selected were Helen New-
berry-Taylor House, Victor Vaugh-
an-Delta Upsilon and Kappa Al-
pha Theta-Theta Xi.
ALSO CHOSEN for the program
were Henderson House-Delta Sig-
ma Phi, Martha Cook-Zeta Beta
Tau and Gamma Phi Beta-Sigma
Phi Epsilon.
The finalists were picked on
the basis of scenerios submitted
to the skit committee. Judges
were Prof. Marvin Felheim and
Prof. Kenneth Rowe of the Eng-
lish department and skit chair-
men Esther Miller and Howard
Nemerovski.
The six groups chosen must turn
in their final scripts to the com-
mittee by March 1.
A production meeting will be
scheduled soon for all those tak-

ing part in the staging of the skits.
.* * *
A MEMBER of the central com-
mittee will be on hand each after-
noon in Rm. 3D of the Union to
answer any further questions
which students may have.
Skit Night will be one of the
features of Spring Project, which
has been scheduled for the week-
end of March 27 and 28.
Plans have been made by the
special events committee to start
the weekend off with several open
houses in student residences. The
entire campus will be invited to
take part.
ELIZABETH Maire and Fritz
Glover, co-chairmen of the special
events committee, have also an-
nounced plans to hold a soap box
derby on Saturday afternoon. Fur-
ther announcements about the
derby will be made at a later date.

program, followed by a party
for all students -taking part in
the skits.
Students from Michigan State
will be invited to the University
for the weekend to honor their be-
ing admitted into the Big Ten
Conference.
The new Spring Project has
been planned to provide all-cam-
pus participation in a program
which will be held on alternate
years with Michigras.
The Spring Project central com-
mittee will meet at 7:15 p.m.
Thursday in Rm. 3D of the Union.
All members are urged to attend.
JGP
All members of the J.G.P.
east, including the dancing cast
are to attend a meeting at 7
p.m. tonight in the League. The
meeting is important and all
members are urgedtoattend,
said Sue Shatter, director.

-Daily-Betsy Smith
COME BACK ETHEL-Ethel, a mannequin belonging to Delta
Gamma sorority, has disappeared from Waterman Gym where
she was used for Soph Cab publicity during registration. The
central committee will reward the person who finds Ethel and
returns her to the League with two tickets to "Music, Heaven."
League, International Center
Will Offer Dance Classes

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Center ..,,
An organizational meeting will
be held at 7 .m. tonight at the In-
ternational Center for all students
interested in becoming better so-
cial dancers.
At these classes the emphasis
Freshmen Coeds
To Attend Meet
For Class Event
All freshmen women interested
in working on this year's Fresh-
man Weekend are invited to a
meeting at 10:30 p.m. tomorrow
in each dormitory.
Members of last year's central
committee for Frosh Weekend
will be on hand to explain the
process of petitioning and to give
coeds an idea of the duties of the
various positions.
At the same time tomorrow
night the activity chairmen in
each dormitory will explain the
other activities that freshmen
women may enter. These will in-
clude next year's sophomore po-
sitions and other League acti-
vities.
Petitions for central committee
posts will be due at 5:30 p.m. Fri-
day, Feb. 20, in the Undergraqu-
ate Office of the League. Mem-
bers of the Panhellenic and As-
sembly boards will hear interviews
Monday through Friday, Feb. 23
through 27.
The list of committee heads in-
cludes general and assistant gen-
eral chairmen, awards and judg-
es, decorations, finance, floor-
show, and assistant floorshow
chairmen.
Patrons, program, publicity and
assistant publicity, and ticket
chairmen conclude the list.
Frosh Weekend is the annual
competition of two freshman
teams, the Maize and the Blue,
Each team takes over a night to
present their dance and floor-
show.

will be on the rhythm of dancing
along with the basic steps so that
the students will be able to im-
provise their own steps to well-
known American and Latin tunes.
The course of 12 lessons will be
taught by Paula Brandes, who
has had seven years of dancing
experience.
The course will be free for wom-
en and will cost $3 for men.
League . .
A mass meeting will be held
Wednesday, Feb. 25, for coeds to
sign up as hostesses for League
Dance Classes. Coeds who sign up
as hostesses are admitted without
charge and men wishing to attend
the classes may purchase tickets
from 7 to 9 p.m., Feb. 20 through
Feb. 24, at the League.
The classes, organized in the
same way as last semester, will
begin March 3, 4 and 5.
Two classes are being planned
for eachnight. OnbTuesdayand
Wednesday there will be a singles
class first and later a doubles. The
singles class is planned for coeds
and men attending separately.
The doubles class is open to cou-
ples.
On Thursday evening an ad-
vanced doubles class will be held
and an exhibition class will also
be held that night.

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by the independent women will
take place from 3 to 5 p.m. today
and 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
* s *
Basketball - The tournament
schedule for the week is as follows:
Today at 5:10 p.m.-Stockwell I
vs. Angell II; at 7:10 p.m.-Alpha
Chi Omega II vs. Pi Beta Phi I;
Alpha Xi Delta I vs. Cook II; at 8
p.m.-Couzens III vs. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma III; Pi Beta Phi II vs.
Jordan II. Tomorrow at 8 p.m.-
Couzens II vs. Delta Gamma II;
Mosher IV vs. Stockwell II. Thurs-
day at 7:10 p.m.-Mosher I vs.
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* * *
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