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'26, 1954

THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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26, 954 ~lE ICHGAN AILYP,.

'U' Foresters' Club To Present
Pa unan Dance Tomorrow
Annual Ball

To Feature
Smokey Bear
Paul Bunyan, his blue ox Babe
and Smokey Bear will all be guests
of honor at the annual dance
sponsored by the Foresters' Club,
to be held from 8 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
Dressed in jeans and wielding a
shovel, the life-size figure of
Smokey will take his stand among
the fire-fighting exhibits in the
small ballroom. Moving his head
from side to side and opening and
closing his mouth, he will tell.
guests about fire prevention.
THE VERSATILE S m o k e y's
speeches will be interspersed with
band music on recordings. The
bear has been lent to the foresters
by the Michigan Department of
Conservation.
Paul Bunyan will reign su-
preme in the main ballroom. To-
gether with his famous Babe, the
mighty logger, who used pine
saw logs for toothpicks, will sur-
vey the dancers from the south
end of the ballroom.
From this vantage point he can
watch the couples "stepping" to
the music of Paul McDonough and
his orchestra. A large cut-out of
the blue ox Babe will form the
backdrop for the band.
PINE and spruce trees placed
around the dance floor will pro-
vide the correct setting for Paul
in the main ballroom, while bal-
sam streamers will decorate the
corridor. Even band members will
appear in slacks and sport shirts,
adding to the informal atmos-
phere.
A huge cut-out of the legen-
dary Paul, who let a logging
chain dangle from his belt as a
watchfob, will appear over the
ballroom entrance. Couples will
enter the dance floor between its
legs.
For couples who like to rest be-
tween dances, the foresters are set-
ting up the "longest bar in Ann
Arbor." Guests can sip cokes and
smoke around the "campfire" to
be built on the patio.
Couples will also find diversion
between dances in the small ball-
room, where a' series of exhibits
will be set up. Besides Smokey
Bear,, these displays will feature
a complete smokejumper outfit.
Lent by the. U.S. Forest Service,
the authentic suit will be modeled
by a full size manikin. Other fire-
fighting equipment, complete with
explanations, will be included in
this display.
Logging .operations in minature
wilt be demonstrated by a scale
model of a bulldozer. Run by re-
mote control, the electric tractor.
will pull logs, go forward and
backward and turn to right and
left.

Posts Open
To Students
For ISABall
Dance Chairmanships
For Traditional Event
Available to Campus
Petitioning for associate and
assistant chairmanships for the
12th, annual International Stu-
dent Association ball which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday, May 15, begins today and
ends Friday, March 5.
Any student on campus is eli-
gible to petition for these posi-
tions.
The petitions may be given to
any member of the executive board
of the ISA, or mailed to POB 20-
96, Ann Arbor. Those interested
are requested to list one or two
position preferences and qualifi-
cations.
Decorations chairmen, one asso-
ciate and two assistants, will be
responsible for setting the theme,
planning the set, and carrying out
the decorating of the ballroom.
One associate and one assistant
publicity chairman will be select-
ed to arrange advertisement for
the dance, while a floor show
chairman will plan a 30 to 35
minute show.
The ticket chairman will select
salesmen to work at three booths,
at the League, Union, .and on the
Diagonal,. as well as throughout
the campus.
There are openings for one as-
sociate and three assistant chair-
men to head a Date Bureau Com-
mittee. The function of this group
will be to set up coke dates for
those interested in finding dates
for the dance.

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SMOKEY SPEAKS-Dressed like a forester, complete with jeans
and scarf, Smokey Bear will remind couples attending Paul Bun-
yan Ball, to be held from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
Union Ballroom, to help prevent forest fires.
Petitioning To End Monday
For League, JGP Positions

Hockey, basketball and track will highlight the week-end's sports!
events, while many affiliated and independent houses will take time
out for a variety of gay and festive parties.
Coming dressed as their "suppressed desires," the Alpha Tau
Omega men and their dates will dance in a cheerful and different
atmosphere Friday night, while the Delta Theta Phi men will
hold open house after the hockey game with Minnesota and dance
to records. On Sunday, however, Delta Theta Phi will have a
steak-and-fries dinner.
Decorations consisting of streamers of cashmere will add to the
atmosphere of AEPI's record dance, "Cashmere Capers," with refresh-
ments being served to the men and their dates later in' the evening.
Dancing in a gay colonial atmosphere to celebrate a "belated"
George Washington's Birthday will be the ZBT's and their dates.
Dressed in an attire reminiscent of the days of George Washington,
the couples will be dancing to records, with a cherry tree "planted" in
the living room for an added effect.
Record dances are in store for Phi Delta Phi, and Lloyd House,
West Quad while in nearby Allen Rumsey House, also of West
Quad, a mixer will be held with the girls of Palmer House in Alice
Lloyd.
Calling the fast-stepping square dance for the Chi Phi's Saturday
night will be Charley Wise, who will be accompanied by the combo
of the BeGole Boys. Straw and tree-trunks scattered throughout the
house will provide an appropriate surrounding for "Cow Pie."
An open open house is slated for Saturday night by Huber and Tay-
lor Houses of South Quadrangle which will be followed by dancing to
the "Five Aces," and refreshments. The open house will be held from
8 to 10 p.m., and the dancing will be from 10 p.m. to midnight.
Honoring their pledges with record dances and refreshments
this Saturday night will be the fraternities of Tau Delta Phi, Delta
Upsilon, and Delta Sigma Pi, while Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Chi,
Delta Tau Delta, and Phi Gamma Delta will also be spinning rec-
ords.
Delta Aigma Delta is honoring the dental faculty, 70 percent of
whom are members of the Fraternity. For the annual occasion a grand
banquet will be held tonight followed tomorrow by a "Monte Carlo"
party. Gambling with paper money in an appropriate atmosphere, the
Delta Big men will be served refreshments later in the evening to "bring
them luck."
After attending the theater or watching the basketball game, or
track and gymnastics meets the Sammies will bring their dates back
to the house where they will dance to records and be served refresh-
ments from 10 p.m. to midnight.
"Exotic and oriental" is the description of Phi Delta Theta's
South Sea Island Dance. Soft, melodious music will add to the pre-
vailing atmosphere of the dance.
Coming to the Theta Xi house dressed in costume as their sup-
pressed desires will be the Theta Xi's and their dates who will be danc-
ing to records.
Phi Kappa Sigma will be entertaining their Michigan State fra-
ternity brothers this weekend at "Skull Club," a party based on a
night club theme, while Alpha Rho Chi will hold a "book burning
party" to dedicate their library which was just newly remodeled.
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Featured on the Hill Auditorium
stage Saturday. March 5 in the
sixth annual Gulantics, will be
non-competing acts as well as the
seven acts competing for $175.
In the competing act section,
one of the "finds" of Guantics are
The Four Breezes. Although they
have sung at several campus
dances, including the Union "Lit-
tle Club," they have never appear-
ed in any large productions on
campus, and so are relatively un-
known.
COMPOSED of Amos Taylor,
singing lead. John Moore, tenor,
Jim Echols, bass and Billy Borders
in the baritone position, the quar-
tet was organized by their man-
ager Wilbourne Kelley, when he
realized their musical and har-
monical possibilities at an infor-
mal Arboretum party.
Taylor and Borders have had
previous singing experience, but
on the whole the quartet is new
this year.
Their selections for the Hill au-
dience will include, "Cuddle Me,"
"You, You, You," "Dream," and
"I Believe."
* * *
SOME informal clowning will
begin as one of the none-compet-
ing acts, Howard Nemerovski and
Lee Miller, take over.
Fraternity brothers, the pair,
worked up several skits for last
year's production. For this year's

GULANTICS:
Show Includes Quartet

show they will have an entirely
new act.
"Nemo," president of the senior
engineering class and writer of the
past two Union Operas, will also
share the emcee duties with Mer-
ritt "Tim" Green, who was cap-
tain of the 1952 football team.
Working together before, Green
and Nemerovski recently were dual
emcees for the veterans show at
Willow Run.
Chosen after extensive audi-
tions, the winner of the compet-
Gulantics
dGulantics tickets are reserve-
ed for the first floor and first
balcony at $1 per person, while
second balcony seats are unre-
served for 75 cents per person.'
Tickets are on sale from 9 a.m.
to noon, and from 2 to 5 p.m.
today through next week at the
Administration Building.
ing acts will be judged on an au-
diometer which registers audience
applause.
Founded by Prof. Philip A. Duey,
director of the Men's Glee Club, in
an effort to give students on cam-
pus a chance to show their talent,
a contest was held the first year
to determine the name for the pro-
duction.
The winner used the letters G
for Glee Club, U forUnion, L for
League and then added "anic" to
form Gulantics. Gulantics it has
remained.

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Petitions for junior positions are
due at 5 p.m. Monday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Included in the list of positions+
open to sophomore women are
central committee positions for
JGP which are chairman, assist-
ant chairman, director, assistant
director, secretary, treasurer and
assistant treasurer.
THE LIST continues with posts
as chairmen of costumes, dance,,
make-up, music, programs, pro-
perties, publicity, scenery, script,
tickets and ushers.
There are also positions avail-
able for two publicity assistants4
to do posters and Daily publi-
city, and a stage manager and
assistant,
Members are also needed for
various committees in the League.
On the Public Relations Commit-
tee, there is room for three mem-
bers and two art assistants.
THE PUBLIC Relations Com-
mittee works with other commit-
tees to publicize League facilities,
produces the Union-League calen-
dar and radio programs in coop-
eration with the Union, and dec-
orates the League for Christmas.
Art assistants have charge of
any art needed 'for the League
except for groups which have
their own are directors. Theiir
main job is working on the Lea-
gue Lowdown which is put out
once a year.
A captain and a finance assist-
ant are needed for the League
dance classes. The main jobs of
the dance class captain are to
publicize the classes and to help
the chairmen secure hostesses.
* * *
FIVE MEMBERS are needed
for the Community Service Com-
mittee which has charge of hos-
pital volunteer service, and main-
tains a file of every woman's com-
munity interests,
The House Committee has an
opening for one member to help
with its work in taking charge
of the League Library and Bar-
bara Little Music Rooms and
other facilities within the Lea-
gue.
Three positions are available to
sophomore women on the Inter-
viewing and Nominating Commit-
tee which accepts the .petitions
which women submit when apply-
ing for a League position and in-
terviews the women who have pe-
titioned.
* * *
THE WOMEN'S Judiciary Coun-
cil has openings for three women
who will be juniors next year. Du-
ties of the council include review-
ing the work of the House Judi-
ciary Councils and the League-

House Judiciary Council and hear-
ing cases referred to it by those
councils or the Women's Panel.

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Five members are needed on A chairman will be selected to
the Merit-Tutorial Committee take charge of the design and or-
which obtains lists of tutors for ganization of the programs.
all subjects, directs people who The last posts available are
want tutoring and keeps a list those of associate and assistant
of every women's extra-curri- patrons chairmen. It will -be the
cular activities, work of this group to send out
The Social Committee has op- invitations to the patrons, and to
enings for women interested in raise contributions. All funds left
its various duties which include or eilg beStuden's Eergency
taking charge of bridge lessons, Fund, administered by the Inter-
providing a campus guide service, national Center.
working with the Union on joint
social affairs and assisting Mrs. This is the first time that there
Harlan Hatcher with the student has been all-campus petitioning
open houses in her home. for these posts. The procedure up
to the present has been for the
There are also three posts which Executive Board to appoint the.
may be filled by either a junior heads of these committees with-
or a senior. These are a chairman, out petitioning. It is hoped this
secretary and member-at-large method will further more friendly
of the League House Judiciary, relations between American and
The League House Judiciary is foreign students.
composed of three permanent and The activities chairman, a regu-
two rotating members and has lar officer of the Association, is
jurisdiction over minor disciplin- Diniz Ribeiro. He will be the gen-
ary problems involving students eral chairman, of the entire plan-
living in league houses. ning of the dance.

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PANHEL - Petitions for senior
positions on next year's Panhel-
lenic Board are due at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Undergraduate Office
of the League. Coeds are requested
to sign up for interviews, which
will take place Monday, when they
turn in their petitions.
WOMEN'S SENATE-There will
be a meeting of the Women's Sen-
ate at 4 p.m. Monday in the
League.
ASSEMBLY - Assembly will
sponsor, an informal coffee hour
from 4 to 5 p.m. today at the
League for women who are inter-
ested in petitioning for Assembly
offices.
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BEAL PARTY-Graduate nurses
and University Hospital personnel
will hold a record dance tonight at
Beal Residence. The party will
feature a George Washington
theme, with cherry punch served
in an atmosphere of silver mobile
decorations. Chairman of the
dance is Angeline Cascarelli.

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