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MARCH 3, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

MARCH ~, 1954 THE.. MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ?rvE

Gulantics To Include Lobaugh Act

Deadline

Set

Ellis, W ells
To Present
Tap Routine
Appearing in Gulantics, to be
presented at 8 p.m. Friday in Hill
Auditorium, will be Jimmie Lo-
baugh with a comic musical rou-
tine, while as a special non-com-
peting act, Jim Ellis and Billy
Wells will take the stage with a tap
dance routine.
Jimmie Lobaugh, who has ap-
peared in several Union Opera pro-
ductions, is a graduate student in
the School of Music.
PARTICIPATING as one of the
six competing acts, Lobaugh was
in the special services of the Army
as an entertainer.
While serving ine Japan, he
did shows for the occupation
troops, as well as for the Japa-
nese people.
Before leaving for the Army,
Lobaugh took part in the 1949,
1950 and 1951 Union Operas. In
this year's production "Up 'N'
Atom" he took the part of Miss
Price.
* * *
LOBAUGH is a charter member
of the Gilbert and Sullivan So-
ciety and took the lead in their
production of "Patience."
For Gulantics, Lobaugh will do
a comic musical routine, accom-
panied by Paul McDonough and
his orchestra.
As a non-competing act Jim
Ellis and Billy Wells, star football
players on the Michigan State Col-
lege Rose Bowl championship
team, will do a tap dance routine.
Appearing on 'two nation-wide
television shows recently, Wells
got much publicity as a result of
his date with movie starlet Debbie
Reynolds while the team was in
California.
Staging for Gulantics is being
done by Robert Guise, who design-
ed the staging for Skit Night last
spring. Guise felt that the stag-
ing this year will lend a much bet-
ter background for a talent revue
than in past years.

GULANTICS-Some informal clowning will begin as one of the
non-competing acts of Gulantics, Howard Nemerovski and Lee
Miller, take the Hill Auditorium stage. The pair will do a skit for
the production to be held at 8 p.m. Friday. Nemerovski and
Merritt "Tim" Green will emcee the evening's performance.
'MARCH MOODS':
Ticket Sales Remain Open
For Assembly Ball Friday

Independent women have only
four days left to purchase their
tickets for Assembly Associa-
tion's semi-formal dance, "March
Moods," to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday in the League.
Tickets, priced at $2.75, will be
sold in Mason Hall from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. today through Friday,
in the League from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. today through Friday, near
the Women's Athletic Building
from noon to 1 p.m. today through
Friday and on the Diagonal from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and to-
morrow.
Included in the ticket price are
boutonnieres, which will be dis-
tributed at the door.,
Representing the flickleness of
the month of March, decorations
will center around thetransition
between winter and spring.
A violet and silver atmosphere
will surround those attending the
coed-bid dance.
Playing fordancing couples in
the Main Ballroom will be Paul
McDonough and his orchestra.
The Ann Arbor Alley Cats will

provide music for those dancing
in the Hussey Room.
Tickets may also be purchased
from representatives in the resi-
dence halls, as well as from central
committee members.

For Petitions
For ISA Ball
Chairmen for Tickets,
Decorations, Publicity,
Date Bureau Needed
Petitioning for associate and as-
sistant chairmanships for the 12th
annual International Student As-
sociation ball, to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, May
15, ends Friday.
The petitions may be mailed to
POB 2096, Ann Arbor, or given to
any member of the executive
board. Any student on campus is
eligible to 'try out for the posts
open.
Those positions available include
three decorations chairmen to de-
cide a theme and carry through
the decorating of the ballroom,
and four chairmen to set up a
Date Bureau for students inter-
ested in finding dates for the
dance.
Also needed are two patrons
chairmen to raise funds for the
dance, and contributions for the
Foreign Student's Emergency
Fund.
A ticket chairman will be select-
ed to arrange the sale of tickets,
and also a chairman for the or-
ganization of programs.
There are two openings for pub-
licity chairmen to arrange adver-
tising, and one opening for the
planning of a 30 minute floor show.
The executive board will read
over the petitions, and will decide
whether the deadline date is to be
extended or not. If a new deadline
is not set, interviews will be ar-
ranged.
Members of the executive board
include Edouard Planchon, presi-
dent; Rajesh Gupta, vice-presi-
dent; John Iatrides, executive sec-
retary; Diniz Ribeiro, activities
chairman and Pat Arayasastra,
treasurer.
This method of all-campus peti-
tioning is being used for the first
time. The ISA hopes it will better
relations between the American
and foreign students.
The Foreign Student Emergency
Fund receives any proceeds from
the dance. It is the purpose of this
fund to give financial aid to for-
eign students studying at the Uni-
versity.
Because of the difficulty that
many foreign students were hav-
ing in receiving money from their
native lands, the fund was origi-
nated to lend money to these stu-
dents.
Last year's International Ball,
featuring the music of Carl Bon-
ner and the Bonnaires, had a
"Cosmopolitan Night" theme. The
entrance to the ballroom was
transformed into a model of the
Taj Mahal. Emerging from this
building, couples found themselves
on the sands of Egypt, with its
typical desert plants.
Also featured in the decorations
of the ballroom were replicas of
the Eiffel Tower, MountFugyama,
and a pyramid. A United Nations
flag was placed on the bandstand
to tie in the international motif.
At intermission various interna-
tional groups performed.
The activities chairman, Diniz
Ribeiro, is the general chairman
of the entire planning of the dance.

DIANE AuWERTER

PATRIgIA MALLETT

IFC Reveals Pledges
For Second Semester

Parents Announce Wedding,
Eng age ments of 'U' Coeds

SHIRLEY ROBINSON

SUSAN POPKIN

(Continued from Page 1)
ert C. Leland, '57; Richard C. Pe-
terjohn, '56; Edward J. Shanon,
'57; Thomas H. Sheean, '57; Rob-
ert R. Sommer, '57E; Kenneth 4a..
Webb, '57; John D. Worley, '57.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Bruce J.
Boss, '57; James H. Davies, '57E;
Frederick C. Gielow, '57E; David
L. Grey, '57;Joachim F. Grumme,
'55; Stephen H. Kale, '57E; Fred-
erick W. Lyons, Jr., '57; Paul Mel-
gaard, '57E; William H. Moeller,
Jr., '58; Keith I. Pohl, '56; Thom-
as G. Sawyer, '58; Albert G.
Schadel, '58; Roger L. Severson,
'57; Charles R. Sharp, '57; Ross E.
Smith, '58; William B. Steinmeyer,
'57; Dafid N. Wakely, '57; Rex G.
Wilcox, '57; Frederick C. Williams,
'57 Williams, '57
PHI KAPPA PSI: Kerry H. Ain-
sworth, '57E; Edward B. Dieth-
rich, '57; Robert B. Renfrew, '57;
John W. Settle, '57E; Richard K.
Snyder, '57; Robert E. Wozniak,
'57.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Jimmie
E. Dearing, '57; James O. Preston,
'57E.
PHI KAPPA TAU: Lyle Albrant,
'57Ed.
PHI SIGMA DELTA: Paul E.
Cohn, '58; Peter Cooper, '56;
Burt Fainman, '57; Howard S.
Goldberg, '58E; Harvey King,
'58; Bernard Rozran,'58; Donald
A. Setz, '57; Joel S. Siegel, '58;
Larry Weiss, '58; Peter Wulf-
sohn, '57.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Jetakl D.
Hampton, '57E; Marvin W. Jack-
son, '55E; Keith B. Ryan, '57E;
David Arthur Sloss, Jr., '57E; Ger-
ard L. VanOtteren, '56A&D.
P LAMBDA PHI: Bernard Bar-
[ron, '57; Sidney Dickstein, 57;
Fred M. Izenson, '56; Richard'L.
Nachman, '57; Milton Pereira, '57;
Norman A. Sussman, '57; Gerald
Wolberg, '57.
PSI UPSILON: Thomas E. Quin-
lan, '57; Edwin A. Spence, Jr.,
'57E; James C. Wageman, '57SM
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Rich-
ard C. Agnew, '57; William O.
Grierson, '58; Robert A. Jones,
'58; Peter S. Lucyshyn, 1563; Mal-
colm E. Martin, '57E; William A.
Mestdagh, '58E; Frederick A.
Micklow, '57; Charles G. Richards,
'56E; Dwaine C. Schaffner, '57;
Gerhardt Schneider, '56NR; Eric
A. Tipp, 57E.
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Nathan
Greene '57; Lawrence J. Haims
'56; Arthur M. Laszlo, '57; Gil-
bert S. Lewis, '57; Donald B.
Medalie, '57; Alan N. Mendel-
ssohn, '57; Donald M. Robiner,
'57; Philip Spertus, '56E; Burton
Stillnan, '57.
SIGMA CHI: John E. MacDon-
ald, '56; Terry Roberts, '57; Terry
Barr, '57; Michael Higgins, '58;
Lawrence Faul, '57; Randolph
Fitch, '58.
SIGMA NU: Uri A. Carpenter,
'56; Edward K. Downing, '58E;
James L. Fenton, '57; Guy K.
Martenson, '56; Conrad A. Mi-
chael, '57; Steven R. McCain, '57E;
Alan A. Reidninger, '57E; George
V --

F. Schmidt, '57; Jerry D. Schuur,
'57; Harlan J. Yelland, '57; Joseph
E. Coleman, '56; Gordon L. Black,
'57.
SIGMA PIl: William H. Augh-
ey II, '56NR; Thomas K. Bullen,
'57.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Thom-
as E. Berger, '58; Paul Faneuf,
'57E; John J. Gulding, '57E; Eu-
gene P. Hawthorne, '58; David R.
James, '57; Robert A. Manardo,
'58; Jamie L. Martin, '58; Rees G.
McFarlane, '58Ed; Charles R. Wic-
tor, '57; Bruce A. Wisniewski, '57.
TAU DELTA PHI: Maurice
Barancik, '57; Peter D. Goldberg,
'57Eng; Robert M. Kaplan, '57;
Alan S. Kravits, '59AD; Sheldon
. Levin, '57E; Alan R. Lyness,
'57; Milton L. Nathanson, '57;
Aaron S. Podhurst, '57E; Law-
rence R/.Rosen, '57; Edward L.
Salem, '57; C. Robert Wartell,
'57; Myron M. LaBan, '57.
THETA CHI: Willard E. Bry-
ant, '57A&D; Gerald A. Jacquin,
'56E: George H. Lennon III, '57;
Harry A. Metz, '57; Raymond G.
Roble, '56E; David W. Satterley,
'56; Harold P. Spehar, '57E.
THETA DELTA CHI: Claude
W. Coates, Jr., '55; Ronald V. De-
Bouver, '56SM; John F. Fleure,
'56E; Joseph R. Gilmore, '59A&D;
Ronald L. Koos, '56; John D. Ver-
hoeven, '56E.
THETA XI: John R. Blomstrom,
'57; John J. Deime, '57E; Edward
W. Garlick, '57E; Paul F. Hos-
man, '57E; Clifford W. Johnson,
'57; Kirk W. Lewis, '57; Christian
N. Ondishko, '57E; Robert W. Pat-
terson, '57E; Robert B. Wisener,
'57.
TRIANGLE: Foster D. Potter,
'56E,; Mitchell Rackov '57E.
ZETA BETA TAU: Alan
Grinsfelder, '58A&D; Richard
Kahn, '58; Henry Pappas, '57;
Phillip Pines, '56; Morton Sie-
gel, '57; William Stone, '58;
Robert Ziegelman, '58A&D.
ZETA PSI: Fred W. Balke, '58;
Donald G. Christian, '574&D;
Robert F. Schorling, '56; Maurice
M. Westerdale, '57E.
WAA Notices
PETITIONS-Petitions for WAA
positions are due today in Marian
Swanson's box in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
** *
ATHLETIC MANAGERS--There
will be a meeting for all house
athletic managers at 5 p.m. today
in the WAB.
* * *
RIDING CLUB-A riding ses-
sion will be held today and tomor-
row for all members of the co-rec
WAA Riding Club.
* * * ,
MICHIFISH-Members of the
WAA Michifish Club will meet on
the Geddes side of the new pool
at 4 p.m. today. The regular meet-
ing will be held Saturday.

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Assembly

Petitions for the ten positions
on the Assembly Board; presi-
dent, two vice-presidents, secre-
tary, treasurer and chairmen of
projects, social events, big sis-
ter, personnel, public relations
and candy booth committees,
are due Friday at the League.

MODELS.& HOBBIES
AIRPLANES - BOATS - TRAINS --
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-Gas Motors --Motors --Accessories
-Supplies -Ship Fittings -Supplies
Point-By-Number Sets Old Time Auto Kits
Tole Croft Baskets & Trays Arts & Crafts Supplies
HOBBY SHOP
115 W. Liberty St.
(Just west of Main St.)

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MICHIGRAS - The Michigras
Central Committee will meet at
4:30 p.m. today in the Union.
Float petitions for the Michigras
parade are due today in the Unin.
* * *
JGP - Make-up committee of
JGP will hold an important meet-
ing at 7:15 p.m. today in the
League. Room number will be
posted.
JUNIOR PANHEL-There will be
a regular meeting of the Junior
Panhellenic Association at 4:301
p.m. today in the League. All!
members are requested to be pres-
ent.
LEAGUE COUNCIL -- League
Council members will meet at 4
p.m. today in the League to dis-
cuss publicity and possible revision.
of student government. The room'
number will be posted.
LADIES'
HAIRSTYLING!
No Appointments Needed
4 STYLISTS
"Come as you are."
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

Rob i nson-McC rum
Shirley Jean Robinson's engage-
ment to Eugene F. McCrum, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. McCrum
of Taylor Center, was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James L. Robinson of Monroe.
Miss Robinson is a senior in the
literary college, majoring in po-
litical science.
Mr. McCrum is a junior in thej
literary college, majoring in phil-
osophy.
June-19 has been set as the wed-j
ding date.
Decker-AuWerter
The wedding of Diane Decker to
Russell AuWerter II, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell AuWerter of
Huntington Woods, is announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Decker of Mt. Pleasant.
The double ring, candlelight ser-
vice took place on Jan. 28, at the
St. John's Episcopal Church in
Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. AuWerter is a senior in the
literary college, and is affiliated
with Kappa Delta. In addition to
being an associate editor on the
staff of The-Daily, she is also a
member of Scroll and the treasurer
of the Young Republicans.
Mr. AuWerter, a transfer from
Albion, is at present a senior in
the literary college. He is affiliated
with Delta Tau Delta, and was
formerly a night editor on The
Daily.
-* * *
Popkin-Willens
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Popkin of
Detroit announce the engagement

" of their daughter, Susan Ruth, to
Howard Penney Willens, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Willens of Oak
Park, Ill.
Miss Popkin of a senior in the'
literary college. She is a member'
of Senior Society, the Student Leg-
islature, Student Affairs Commit-
tee, Mortar Board, and Board in
Control of Student Publications.
Mr. Willens graduated from the
University last year, and is now
attending Yale Law School. He
was a member of Phi Beta Kappa,
Michigauma, Student Affairs Com-
mittee, the president of the Stu-
dent Legislature.
The couple plan to be married
on June 13.
* * *
Mal Iett-Anderson
The engagement of Patricia Lu
Mallett to Waldie A. Anderson, son
of Mrs. Alfred Anderson and the
late Mr. Anderson of Aberdeen,
Washington, is announced by her
mother, Mrs. Frances R. Mallett
of Muskegon.
Miss Mallett is a senior in music
education. She is a member of
Senior Society of Sigma Alpha
Iota.
Mr. Anderson is a graduate stu-
dent also in music education. He
is president of the Michigan stu-1
dent chapter of Music Educators'
National Conference.
Moats-Kaufman
The engagement of Phyllis Jean
Moats to Vernon Ray Kaufman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kauf-
man of Lanark, Ill., was recently
announced by her mother, Mrs. W.
'D. Moats of Clinton.
Miss Moats is a senior in the
School of Music.
Mr. Kaufman is a graduate of
the University of Illinois College
of Engineering, and is presently
engaged as a development engi-
neer at Maquoketa, Ia.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
League Reveals
New Appointees
The League has announced the
appointment of Frances Ware as
secretary of the League-House Ju-
diciary and Audrey Rosin to the
Women's Judiciary Council.
Both these appointments were
made to fill vacancies left vacant
at the beginning of the semester.
UNIV.H WA ISUMMER
SEVEN FOR X504
WEEKS ONLY tax
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ANNUAL THE ORIGINAl. TOUR
SEASON ALL INCLUSIVE PROGRAM
for information, consult
MRS. EDNA STRACHAN
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Ann Arbor, Mich.
Phone NO 3-4180 or NO 2-5571

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