THE MICHIGAN DAILY
udience To Pick Gulantics Winner
Dances Will Highlight
Students' Social Life
Events To Be Given by Med, Pharmacy Schools;
Little Club To Feature Special Entertainment
Committee Chairmen for Spring Weekend
Urge Students To Attend Tryout Meeting
Tomorrow night at Hill Audi-
torium an audience of approxi-
mately 4,000 will determine the
winners of the annual Gulantics
Electronic applause meters will
record audience reaction to each
of the ten competing acts.
Members of the Gulantics Com-
mittee, assisted by Professor Phil-
ip Duey of the School of Music,
will tabulate the results and an-
nounce the winners
Recent entries among the non-
competing acts are the "Novel-
aires" quartet, and Robert Kerns,
Three well-known faculty mem-
bers will participate as the "sur-
prise faculty act."
Jay Mills, campus comedian, is
slated to handle the program
warm-up while Lee Miller and
Howard Nemorovski will preside
as Masters of Ceremonies.
Instrumental atmosphere for
the night club theme of the show
will be provided by Mel Sach's or-
An open house will be held
t from 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the Interviewing Room of the
League for all junior women
interested in petitioning for
senior positions. Members of
the present League Council
will be on hand.
The Men's Glee Club, under the
direction of Professor Philip A.
Duey, will open their portion of
the program with the traditional
hymn of praise to the University-
"Laudes Atque Carmina."
"Wondrous Eyes," "Northern
Lights," and a medley of less fa-
miliar Michigan songs will follow
in that order.
Among the ten competing acts
are the "Psurfs"-a vocal group
consisting of Law Students, Carol
Leybourn, a comic pianist, Aud-
rey McIntyre and the Hawaiian
Club in an authentic Hula, and
the Witham sisters, a set of twins
who sing and look alike.
Rhythm and art will continue
throughout the program with Ed
Ravenscroft at the solo drums,
Mac and Vera in a new novelty
dance routine, and Lorraine Fal-
berg at the piano.
The competition will be round-
ed out by the Vaughn Shadows,
a trio of Women's Glee Club mem-
bers, a colorful interpretation of
"Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" by
a host of dancers, and by blues
singer Robin Renfrew.
Tickets cost 75 cents and may
be purcased from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. today and tomorrow at the
Hill Auditorium box office.
While the regular competition
gets under way at 8 p.m., pre-
program activities will start at
7:30. Doors of Hill Auditorium will
be open at 7:15.
Petitions for Frosh Weekend
fre due at 5:30 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate Office of
the League. Coeds may sign up
for interviews which will be
held Monday through Friday
Caduceus Ball .,.
Coeds and their dates will dance
amid the Doric pillars of the an-
cient Temple of Caduceus at the
annual Caduceus Ball to be held
from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
in the Union Ballroom,
Jim Gilmartin's band, featuring
a vocalist, will provide the music
for the annual event
Brian McCabe will emcee the
intermission entertainment which
will feature a skit about surgery.
Door prizes to be given at the
dance include a sphygonomamo-
meter, a magnetic desk pen set,
a $25 gift certificate and a leath-
er toilet goods case.
The dance for which coeds will
be given late permission, is semi-
formal and it is specifically re-
quested that flowers not be worn.
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Pharmacy Dance ...
Pogo and all of his kin will vis-
it the old apothecary shop from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight at the league
to learn the art of compounding
Decorations for the first
all-campus Pharmacy Dance,
"Drachm and Scruple" will in-
clude posters of Pogo, Rachety
Coon Child, Alabaster, and Uncle
Albert demonstrating the trials of
the pharmacy student.
Paul McDonough's music will
serenade all dancing couples. Mc-
Donough will also lend his vocal
and piano artistry to the inter-
The Pharmacy dance's com-
mittee invites the entire campus
to learn as Pogo did to have fun
with pharmacy-in the world of
the mortar and pestle.
Little Club *...
Tonight the "Little Club," fea-
turing a special floorshow, will of-
fer its informal atmosphere to
campus students from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the North Lounge of
Known as the campus "night-
spot," the club provides an atmos-
phere of soft lights and sweet
dance music for Friday nights.
Tables covered with checkered
tablecloths and topped by whis-
key bottle candle holders will sur-
round the dance floor creating a
Entertainment will feature Lau-
rie Glazer, '53, a blues singer,
Amos Taylor '53, a pops singer,
Red Johnson, '55, and novelty
songs by Dick Mottern's band.
Admission will be $1 per couple
until 10:30 p.m. andr74 cents for
those who come later.
Students interested in working
on any of the Spring Weekend
committees are urged to attend a
tryout "tea and smoker" at 1
p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 3D of the
Volunteers are needed for the
productions, tickets, programs,
special events and publicity com-
Heading these committees are
Bob Guise and Miriam Buck,
productions; Elizabeth Maire
and Fritz Glover, special events;
Marie Molsheil and Bert Sha-
pero, publicity; Nancy Rein and
Tom Leopold, tickets; and Nor-
ma Seidon and Chuck Scholl,
Spring Weekend, co-sponsored
by the Union and the Women's
Athletic Association, has been
scheduled for Friday and Satur-
day, March 27 and 28.
Plans are now in progress to
begin the weekend's festivities
Regular Friday night services
willhtake place at 7:45 p.m. to-
night at the Hillel building.
Following the services, Dr. Max
Hutt, professor of clinical psy-
chology, will speak on "What
Is the Mature Personality?"
with a round of campus open
houses. All students will be invited
to take part.
The second "Wolverun Derby"
has been scheduled for Satur-
day afternoon. Any male stu-
dent is eligible to take part in
Trophies and prizes will be
awarded to the winners of the
derby, for the best looking racer
and to the best-dressed driver.
Climaxing the weekend's festi-
vities, a skit night program will be
presented in Hill Auditorium on
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