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Y,' MARCH 2, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Ir,'MARCH 2, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Heads of Frosh Weekend Named
Maize, Blue MM R

COEDS FORM TEAMS:
Bowling Program Included
In WAA Women's Activities

Coeds To Vie
For Awards
Assembly and Panhellenic
Boards have announced the names
of 26 freshmen coeds who have
been chosen to head the central
committees of Maize and Blue
Teams for this year's Frosh Week-
end.
Maize Team: general chairman,
Sally Wilkinson; assistant general
chairman, Barbara Wiersema;
floorshow, Meridelle Knights; as-
sistant floorshow, Sally Ann Mil-
ler and tickets chairman, Barbara
Silverstein.
** *
THE LIST continues with pub-
licity chairman, Dee Galonska; as-
sistant publicity, Marjorie Rob-
bins; decorations, Shirley Worrell;
assistant decorations, Diana Cook;
finance chairman, Mary Rupp;
programs, Lois Union; patrons,
Kathy Luhn and awards and
judges, Mary Minier.
Blue Team: general chairman,
Jo Ann Karch; assistant general
chairman, Gwynne Finkelman;
floorshow, Allison Everett; as-
sistant floorshow, Sally Lyon
and tickets chairman, Joan Kis-
sick.
Also on the committee are pub-
licity chairman, Sally Ann Staples;
assistant publicity, Marcia High-
lands; decorations, Virginia Rob-
ertson; assistant decorations,
Sharon Shantz; finance chairman,
Miriom Shilimovitz; programs,
Mary Jane Crocker; patrons, Judy
Huber and awards and judges,
Abby Justice.
*. * *
THE MAIZE and Blue Teams

An unusually large number, 24
teams entered the Women's Ath-
letic Association's bowling pro-
gram, Eileen Harmer, manager of
the sport stated.
The high average team score
among the 18 teams that bowled
last week was chalked up by Mar-
tha Cook, followed by Stockwell
and Geddes. Rita Pieron of Geddes
rolled the top individual score.
* * *
IN AN ATTEMPT to get more
coeds interested in bowling, a sys-
tem of free bowling was set up.
With six members on a team, each
week a different student sets pins.
Because of the large turnout,
Miss Harmer said the teams will
be divided into three leagues.
In games scheduled at 4:15 p.rn.
today Stockwell, captained by
Gretchen Himes, plays Tyler,
whose leader is Annette Brandt;
Jordan (captain Gail Oliver) op-
poses Stockwell (captain Marcia
Ross); at 7:15 p.m. Jordan (cap-
tain Joanne Button) faces New-
berry. Vaughan will also bowl at
this time.
* * ,,a
TOMORROW at 4 p.m., Gamma
Phi Beta meets Jordan (captain
Mimi Lewect); Sorosis versus Delta
Gamma; at 7:15 p.m. Tyler (cap-
tain Helen Lusko) plays Martha
Cook (captain Roxane Klingbeil)
and Tyler (captain Mary Mon-
koske) bowls against Alpha Delta
Pi.
Thursday at 4:15 p.m., Alpha,
Xi Delta opposes Alpha Chi
Omega; Alpha Chi Omega IIj
plays against Hobbs House; at
7:15 p.m., Jordan (captain Adele
Pearlman) will clash with Tyler
(captain Sue Klame). Alpha
Gamma Delta will also play at
this time.

Captains are listed to identify
houses whichrhave more than one
team.
Miss Harmer stated that Mar-
tha Cook (captain Audrey La-
Rauche) and Alpha Phi will be no-
tified this week when they play.
Michigras Stunt
Includes Tickets
Sent in Balloons
One hundred fifty baloons, some
containing admission tickets to the
carnival portion of the 1954 Michi-
gras, will be launched from the
diagonal at noon Friday, weather
permitting.
A special award will be present-
ed to the person who recovers a
balloon the farthest distance from
Ann Arbor.
Howard Bosberg of the Michi-
gras Stunt Committee urges stu-
dents to be on hand for the bal-
loon launching and hints that
"something big" is in the air
March 29.
Petitions for floats for the par-
ade, to be held April 23, are due
tomorrow in the Michigras office,
basement of the Union.
P a r a d e co-chairman Jane
Thompson stated that this will be
the last chance for organizations
to enter the traditional event. Ap-
proximately 39 organizations have
already indicated that they will
participate.
In other Michigras develop-
ments, George Kling was appoint-
ed co-chairman of the tickets com-
mittee on the Michigras Central
Committee. The previous co-chair-
man, Ron Mauer, left school.

Coeds Amend
Constitution
New Proposal Passed
By Women's Senate
Meeting yesterday in the League,
the Women's Senate passed a for-
mal amendment to their new con-
stitution, concerned with the ap-
pointment of new senators to re-
place those having too many ab-
sences.
The amendment reads as fol-
lows: four excused or two unex-
cused absences, or, any combina-
tion of these equal to two unexcus-
ed absences a year would necessi-
tate the appointment of a new
senator by the president of the
house concerned. The secretary of
the Senate will notify the house
presidents when a vacancy is
made.
Further, it states that in houses
where the president and additional
members of the house are mem-
bers of the Senate, the president
will not be required to be a mem-
ber of a committee. The presence
of all those required at committee
meetings will be up to the discre-
tion of the committee chairmen.
Another proposal by the com-
mittee on Rules and Regulations
was carried. In the case of the
resignation of a member-at-large,
who is a chairman of a standing
committee, that committee will
meet and elect a new person to
serve as chairman. The new chair-
man will then become a member-
at-large.
The date of a Career Conference
Day has been set at March 27.
There will be a discussion panel of
four professors from the history,
language, speech and English de-
partments. Business men have
been invited to speak to coeds on
employment in the future.

Tickets Still Available
For Annual Gulantics
Tickets for Gulantics, to be held
at 8 p.m. Friday in Hill Auditor- Adding a touch of comedy to
ium, are still on sale from 9 a.m. to the evening, Howard Nemerovski
noon and from 2 to 5 p.m. today and Lee Miller will give several
through Friday at the Administra- skits, while Michigan State Col-
tion Building. lege football players, Billy Wells
Reserved seats for the first floor and Jim Ellis will be featured in a
and first balcony are priced at $1, tap dance.
with second balcony seats unre-
served at 75 cents per person.
* * *

--Daily-Chuck Kelsey
FROSH WEEKEND-Sally Wilkinson, general chairman of Maize
Team, and Jo Ann Karch, general chairman of Blue Team, are
making plans for this year's Frosh Weekend, to be given April
16 and 17.

SPONSORED jointly by the
Men's Glee Club, Union and Lea-
gue, this talent review is the only
campus production that depends
upon the audience to determine
the winners of the three grand
prizes of $100, $50 and $25.
The top three acts receiving
the most applause among the
six competing acts will cop the
three prizes.
In the competing act section,
Gulantics will present the Ahceo
Francisco Combo and the Ann Ar-
bor Alley Cats in instrumental pre-
sentations.
VAN BRUNER with a modern
dance routine, Mary Ellen Eckert
on the piano, a male quartet call-
ed' "The Four Breezes" and come-
dian Jimmy Lobaugh will also
compete for the $175 in prizes.
Also appearing at Gulantics
will be another campus musical
group, Paul McDonough and his
orchestra. The orchestra will
serve as the Gulantics orches-
tra.
Included in the special non-
competing acts are Ed Ravenscroft
at the solo drums, last year's first
place winner; Miss America of
1954, Miss Evelyn Ay and selec-
tions by the Men's Glee Club.

ASSEMBLY BALL-Tickets for
the annual coed-bid Assembly Ball,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the League, can be
purchased from representatives in
the residence halls and central
committee members. Priced at
$2.75, tickets will be sold from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. today in the League
and from noon to 1 p.m. today near
the Women's Athletic Building.
* * *
SENIOR SOCIETY-Senior So-
ciety members will hold a meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. today at the
League. All members are requested
to attend as an amendment will
be made to the constitution.
BALLET CLUB-The WAA Bal-
let Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the dance studio of Bar-
bour Gym.
MICHIGRAS-Members of the
outlying districts subcommittee of
the Michigras publicity commit-
tee will meet at 3 p.m. today at
the Union.
* * *
BADMINTON CLUB-The Bad-
minton Clib will hold its weekly
meeting at 7 p.m. today at Water-
man Gym.

will vie for top honors in the an-
nual competition, which will be
held April 16 and 17 in the League.
Each team gives an all-cam-
pus dance complete with a musi-
cal floorshow-one on Friday
and one on Saturday evening of
Frosh Weekend. The teams try
to out-match each other's dec-
orations, publicity, entertain-
ment, ticket sales and program
design.
Frosh Weekend is a weekend full

of fun for the entire campus and
freshmen women's first opportun-
ity to participate in League acti-
vities. It is also one of the best
ways to make more friends, have a
good time and feel more a part of
the University.
The central committee will be
calling a mass meeting in the near
future for freshmen women to sign
up ior committee work.
Last year the Maize Team took
top honors for their presentation
of "Jumpin' Jupiter."

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