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AYFEBRUARY28, E954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Campus Talent To Compete at Annual Gulantics

Lawyers

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Ancec Francisco Tri o,Alleycats
To Be Featured in Show Friday

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Instrumental arrangements will
be featured at Gulantics, to be
held at 8 p.m. Friday in Hill Audi-
torium, when the annual talent
show presents as competing acts
the Anceo Francisco Trio and the
Ann Arbor Alleycats.
Composed of Anceo Francisco,
pianist and vocalist, Jimmie Wil-
liams on the string bass and Alex-
ander Campbell playing the tenor
saxophone and bongo drums, the
three men composing the trio are
all in the School of Music.
* * *
FRANCISCO and Campbell are
both in the Marching and Sym-

phony bands, while Williams is in
the University Orchestra.
Campbell is a tenor saxophon-
ist of the Lester Young-Wardell
Gray variety, with his interest
in the bongo drums stemming
from Jack Constanza of the
King Cole Quartet.
Francisco has played sax in sev-
eral campus bands,' and he and
Campbell .recently .organized ; a.
quintette of their own.
* , *
WELL-KNOWN in campus jazz
circles, the Ann Arbor Alleycats

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will also compete for the $175 in
prize money.
First organized by Bob Leo-
pold four years ago, the band
is made up of Mike Montgomery
drums, Grant Smith playing
the clarinet, with Bill' Wood-
worth at the trombone, Bob
Shanahan, trumpet and . Pete
Horst, bass.
Both Shanahan and Smith have
appeared on Arthur Godfrey's
Talent Scout program.
* * *
APPEARING in Gulantics be-
fore, the band has played at many
campus dances, including the
Union "Little Club" and has also
been featured at the past two
Union Jazz contests.
Their act for Gulantics is en-
titled, "The Rise and Fall of
Dixieland," or "Who Opened the
Door to the Boiler Room?"
Also appearing at Gulantics will
be another top campus musical
group, Paul McDonough and his
orchestra.
Other non-competing acts ap-
pearing at Gulantics will include
Miss America, the Glee Club, Ed
Ravenscroft and Billy Wells and
Jim Ellis.,
Tickets are on sale from 9 a.m.
to noon and from 2 to 5 p.m. to-
morrow through this week at the
Administration Building. F i r s t
floor and first balcony seats are $1
each, and second balcony seats are
75 cents each.

Dance Motif
Medieval Court Scene
Will Dominate Event
With the "King's Chaplain"
reigning supreme, the annual
"Chancellor's Court" dance will
be held from 9:30 p.m. to 1 sa.m.
Saturday in the V.F.W. Ballroom
on Liberty Street.
Sponsored by the Student Bar
Association, the semi-formal ball
is open to members of the law
school and any guests who care to
attend.
Decorations and programs will
be planned around the theme sug-
gested by a twelfth-century Chan-
cellor's Court. These medieval
courts were presided over by the
King's Chaplain, also known as
the "Keeper of the King's Con-
science."
Lawyer's and their dates will
dance to the music of Johnny Har-
berd and his orchestra. The 10
piece outfit is currently filling en-
gagements in the Detroit area.
During intermission, the com-
mittee will announce the senior in
the Law School whom they have
selected as "the most likely to be
disbarred."
According'to the committee, they
will determine this man whom
they feel will be "expelled from the
bar association" only after "ex-
tensive investigations carried on
whith ruthless persistence."
Tickets for the dance, priced at
$2 for members of the Student Bar
Association and 2.50 for others,
will be on sale all this week at
Hutchins Hall in the Law School.

Extending an invitation to all
affiliated women to attend Assem-
bly Ball, "March Moods," inde-
pendent coeds will present the an-
nual dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the League.
Originally, in the years before
and including 1945, it was the
practice of Panhellenic Association
and Assembly to jointly sponsor
the coed-bid dance.
THEN DUE to the increased en-
rollment after the war and the dif-
ficulties in presenting such a ball,
the two groups decided to give
their dances separately.
However, at various times aft-
er 1945 affiliated women and
independent coeds have been in-
vited to attend each other's for-
mals.
Women living in residence halls
can buy their tickets, priced at
$2.75, from Bea Hill in Palmer;
Janet Malony in Kleinstuck; Nina
Kate and Gloria Strutz in Emns-
dale; Kathy Adams in Angell; Ann
Jo James in Barbour and Susan
Louel in Martha Cook.
* * ,*
TICKETS will also be sold by
Donna Westerlund in Newberry;
Joanne Cannon in Couzens; Anne
Gould in Cheever; B a r b a r a
Greenblat and Sue Lozowick in
Jordan; Mendell Knights in Pres-
cott; Ly Evans and Elenor Kahn
in Stockwell and Sylvia Troy in
Chicago.

In addition to these ticket sell-
ers, tickets may be purchased
from any of the central com-
mittee members.
Tickets will be 'sold in Mason
Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednes-
day through Friday, in the League
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow
through Friday near the Wom-
en's Athletic Building from noon
to 1 p.m. tomorrow through Fri-
day and on the Diagonal from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday.
Included in the ticket price are
boutonnieres, which will be dis-
tributed at the door.
According to members of the
Central Committee, flowers may
be worn at this semi-formal affair.
"As Assembly Ball is the first
Women-bid dance of the semester,
coeds will have an opportunity to
pay back their J-Hop or Paul Bun-
yan Dance bids," said Claude
Moore, assistant publicity chair-
man.

Assembly Ball To Set
'March Moods' Theme

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GULANTTCS-Two members of the Anceo Francisco Trio practise
before their appearance at 8 p.m. Friday at Hill Auditorium.
Petitions Due for Assembly,
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JGP - There will be an all-
cast rehearsal at 6:45 p.m. today
at the League. This does not in-
clude dancers.
BASKETBALL - Tomorrow at
5:10 p.m. Gamma Phi Beta will
oppose Zone 1 in the campus bas-
ketball tournament. At 7:15 p.m.
Couzens 3 will play Jordan 5 and
Stockwell 1 will meet Palmer.
* * *
HILLEL - Membership in the
Hillel chorus, which meets at 5
p.m. today at the Hillel Building,
is open to all interested students
who have some knowledge of mu-
sic.
There will also be an interna-
tional open house at 3 p.m. today
at the Hillel Building.
* * *
WOMEN'S SENATE-There will
be a meeting of the Women's Sen-
ate at 4 -p.m. tomorrow at the
League.
* * *
MICHIGRAS - The ticket com-
mittee sub-chairman for Michigras
will meet at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow.

League ...
Petitions for junior positions are
due tomorrow in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League.
Among the positions open are
chairman, assistant chairman, di-
rector assistant director, secre-
tary, treasurer and assistant treas-
urer for next year's Junior Girls'
Play.
There are also posts open as
chairmen of the committees for
costumes, dance, make-up, music,
p r o g r a m, properties, publicity,
scenery, script, tickets and ushers.
Women are also needed to fill
postitions on the following com-
mittees: Dance Class, Communi-
ty Sergvice, House, Interviewing
and Nominating, J u d i c i a r y,
Merit- Tutorial, Public Relations
and Social.
There are also three positions
available which may be filled by
Hatchers Initiate
Monthly Custom
Of Open HOuses
President and Mrs. Harlan Hat-
cher will hold the second of a se-
ries of monthly open houses for
University facult, staff and towns-
people from 4 to 6 p.m. today at
the Hatcher home.
The Hatchers wish to initiate
a custom of being at home to re-
ceive callers in an informal way
on the last Sunday of each month,
January through May.
All those who would like to drop
in for an informal visit on any one
of these dates will be welcome.

either a junior or a senior. These
are chairman, secretary and mem-
ber-at-large of the League-House
Judiciary.
Assembly ...
Petitioning for positions on As-
sembly Board are due Friday at
the League.
All independent women are
eligible for posts which include
president, two vice-presidents,
secretary, treasurer and chair-
man of the social projects, big
sister, personnel, public relations
and candy booths committees.
Chairman of the executive board
of Assembly, the president is a
voting ex-officio member of the
Women's League Council and a
non-voting member of the Wom-
en's Senate.
The executive vice-president
will take the president's place in
case of absence, and will conduct
League House Council meetings.
Supervising the work of the As-
sembly Dormitory Council, the ad-
ministration vice-president is in
charge of the administrative wing.
The secretary takes minutes at
the executive board meetings
and handles correspondence, and
the treasurer takes charge of
all expenses and income of As-
sembly Association.
Drawing up plans for social
functions is the social chairman's
job, and special projects, such as
Tag Day, are the responsibility of
the projects chairman.
The big sister chairman has
charge of the big sister program
in the dormitories, which helps in-
coming freshmen with their ad-
justment.
The candy booth chairman acts
as bookkeeper for the candy booth
committee and pays all bills in-
curred by the booths.

Tickets for Military Ball, an-
nual formal dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
March 26 in the Union Ball-
room, will go on sale tomorrow.
Priced at $3 per couple, they are
available at North Hall and at
the Temporary Class Building.

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