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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Union Offers
Trip Service
For Students
Passengers, Drivers
May Share Expenses
For Vacation Travel
Thanksgiving and Christmas
travel accommodations are being
offered by the Union Travel Ser-
vice.
The service, run free of charge
by the Union Student Offices, is
open to make arrangements with
drivers and passengers alike for
holiday travel.
Due to the great demand for
drivers with cars at vacation time,
the Travel Service urges drivers
to sign up early if they wish pas-
sengers to help share travelling ex-
penses.
There are five stations on cam-
pus where passengers and drivers
may sign up with the travel bur-
eau.
The main station is located in
the Union lobby with others in
East Quadrangle, Rackham Build-
ing, Law Club and West Medical
Building.
Each of these stations will be
open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomor-
row through Wednesday to take
" care of any last minute travel
plans for the Thanksgiving recess.
,The procedure involved in reg-
istering with the service calls for
drivers to fill out blue cards while
passengers fill out red ones at one
of the five stations.
The cards are picked up every
day -from each station and filed
at .the Union alphabetically ac-
cording to destination specified on
the card.
Each card is dated when it is
signed, putting the system on a
first come, first serve-basis.
When there are the desired num-
ber of riders for a driver, the
Travel Service will call the driver
and give him the names and phone
numbers of the passengers.
After contacting and making ar-
rangements with the riders, the
driver is asked to call the Student
Offices to inform the Service
whether he has too few, enough
or too many passengers.
The Tavel Service, intended to
be a meeting ground for drivers
and passengers, aims to help stu-
dents find reasonable transporta-
tion as well as provide a means for
students with cars to earn money
by sharing traveling expenses with
passengers.
To avoid the last minute rush to
obtain transportation -so their va-
cation plans will not be hampered,
the Travel Service urges students
to sign up early.
If there are any questions per-
taining to the Travel Service pro-
cedure, students may call Steve
Fuerth, councilman in charge at
the Union.

Gulantics Auditions To Take Place
For Fifth Annual Performance

Thanksgiving vacation will af-
ford an opportunity for all those
interested in Gulantics to prepare
their acts for auditions, to take
place in the Union on Dec. 6 and
13.
The annual all student talent
show will be presented for the fifth
consecutive year on February 21
at Hill Auditorium.
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CARDS HAVE been sent to the
presidents of all organized housing
units on campus, requesting those
interested in entertaining in the
show to sign up for auditions.
. Either Marilyn Grove or Art
Bublitz should be contacted by
interested students who are not
living in organized housing units.
Miss Grove may be reached 3-
5718 or 3-4089 and Bublitz at
24431.
A card sent to the Special Pro-
jects Chairman of the League will
also serve the same purpose.
PERSONS WHO have signed to
audition will be contacted before
Dec. 6 to arrange the specific time.
Three cash prizes will be given
to the top winners on the talent
show. Grand prizes are deter-
mined by the amount of ap-
plause received as registered on
the audiometer.
Last year eleven groups vied for
the three awards. A variety of
musical and dancing acts were
represented.

make Gulantics the top talent
show on Campus. Vera Simon and
Max Emshwiller did a humorous
interpretation and Delores Lowry,
soprano, of Gambea in the Canal
Zone was featured in a semi-clas-
sical number.
Robin Renfrew appeared as a
singing comedienne. Carol Ley-
bourne gave a humorous but
classical piano demonstration.
WAA Notices
Basketball Tournament - This
week's schedule for the WAA-spon-
sored basketball tournament is as
follows:
Monday at 7:05 p.m.-Stockwell
V vs. Alpha Omicron Pi I; New-
berry II vs. Couzens I; at 7:50
p.m.--Kleinsteuck I vs. Hinsdale I;
Barbour III vs. Couzens II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.--Alpha
Epsilon Phi I vs. Alpha Delta Pi
I; Delta Gamma II vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma II; at 7:05 p.m.-
Mosher I vs. Stockwell VI; Pi Beta
Phi I vs. Palmer II; at 7:50 pa.
-Palmer 1 vs. Mosher III; Angell
I vs Delta Delta Delta I.
Coaches and Officials.Club-The
basketball section of the Coaches
and Officials Club will begin prac-
tice at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Bar-
bour Gym.

The "Eveningaires," last year
composed of Bob McGrath, Dave
Calahan, Dick Frank, and Ara
Berberian plus Joan Robinson won
the top cash prize.
THIS YEAR the group, minus
Miss Robinson and calling them-
selves the "Novelaries" participat-
ed in Varsity Night.
Prof. Russel Hussy of the geol-
ogy department suggested tak-
ing the incoming freshmen on a
geology tour and "showing them
some hot stuff on compus." This
statement was made in connec-
tion with the surprise faculty
act in which Prof. Hussy, Lea-
gue Director Ethel A. McCormick
and Orientation Director Ivan
Parker participated.
Again this year the committee is
especially interested in obtaining
emcees, musical talent and comedy
acts, stated Art Bublitz.
Gulantics is sponsored jointly by
the Men's Glee Club, the Union
and the League.
Profits from the show are used
in the Glee Club Scholarship Fund
for awards given every year by the
Glee Club.
Town and Country
Town and Country Club mem-
bers will meet at 2 p.m. today
in front of WAB. An afternoon
of roller skating is on the
agenda, and both men and wo-
men are invited to attend. Ex-
penses will be $1.

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-Daily-Alan Reid
RIDE MISTER?-Santa Claus had reindeer trouble so he needs a
ride home for Thanksgiving dinner. If he hurries he can still sign
up with the Union Travel Service to obtain transportation.

Couzens,

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Victorious in all their games so
far in play in the all-campus wo-
men's volleyball tournament, Cou-
zens I and Stockwell VII will meet
in the finals of the "A" round at
5:10 p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Stockwell's team reached its
place in the finals by defeating
Sigma Delta Tau in the semi-
finals, while Couzens won over a
Martha Cook team to cinch its
position.'
All students are invited by tour-
nament manager, Joyce Dudkin,
to attend the game and cheer for
the team of their choice.
Finals of the "B" round of the
tournament were played last week,
with Newberry I winning form the
Ann Arbor Girls, 27-25.
At the end of regulation play,
two halves of ten minutes each,

kwell To Play
Contest Finals
the score was tied 17-17, and a
five minute overtime was neces-
sary to determine a winner.
Newberry is now eligible to chal-
lenge the loser of the "A" round
and, if victorious in this game,
may compete with the tournament
winners. The team victorious in
this challenge play would be
crowned tournament champion.
Although the participation cup
it not being awarded this year by1
the Women's Athletic Association,
recognition of tournament winners
Will be given at Lantern Night, an-
nual festivities honoring senior
women sponsored by WAA.
With the completion of the vol-
leyball tournament,* teams may
now concentrate on basketball
competition, in which 66 teams
began play last week.

* *Riding Club-Members of the
TALENT FROM all over North Riding Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
and Central America combined to Tuesday at WAB

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