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% 3a H 9, 1954



Union To Open Doors.
To Students Saturday
Entertainment Will Feature Fencing Exhibition;
Psychological Murder Play Will Be Presented

All the facilities of the Union
will be buzzing with activity from
1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, the date of
the annual Union Open House,
acs students and community resi-
dents inspect the campus land-
mark. -
Giving coeds their one and only
opportunity to explore the men's
} sanctuary, the entire building will
be open for inspection from the
tower to the basement.
. * *
DESCRIBED by members of the
Student Offices house committee
as a "three ring circus," the after-
noon's festivities will include a full
,bA program of activities.


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be a mass meeting, for all coeds
interested in working on Frosh
Weekend at 8:15 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom. Joint skits will be
presented by chairmen of the
Maize and Blue Teams.
will be a meeting of the Michi-
gras booth committee counselors
at 5 p.m. today in the Michigras
> office. The sub-chairmen of the
booth committee counselors will
meet at 7:15 p.m. today in the
Michigras office.
* * *
of the Michigan Dames will hold
a general meeting at 8 p.m. today
in the Assembly Room of the
Rackham Building.
* * *
lan Hatcher will entertain the Wo-
men of the University Faculty at a
dessert meeting at 7:15 p.m. today
at her home on South University
* * *
SCROLL-There will be a meet-
ing of Scroll at 9 p.m. today at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
* * *
JGP--There will be a meeting
of the make-up committee at 4
p.m. today and at 7:15 p.m. to-
morrow at the League. All mem-
bers are requested to attend or
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Greeted at the door by host-
esses from sororities and dormi-
tories on campus, the guests will
receive a printed program of ac-
tivities scheduled during the af-
ternoon. Giving room numbers
and times, the folders will help
those attending the open house
to see all the various exhibitions
Two innovations in this year's
open house have been arranged by
the committee. At 1:30 p.m. on the
third floor, a fencing exhibition
will be given. Including an expla-
nation and demonstration of the
basic principles of fencing, the
program will be given by three
members of the Sale de Tuscan
Fencing Club of Detroit.
The fencing demonstration will
be finished in time for students
to find a seat in the Union Ball-
room before the curtain rises on
"Lithuania," a one act play to be
presented by the speech depart-
* * *
A VIOLENT story of a pschy-
chological murder, the play was
written by the English soldier-poet
Rupert Brooks and is being di-
rected by Paul Rubelo, Grad. It will
be presented at 2:30 p.m.
Guests will have a chance to
see the inside story of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Marching
band at 3 and 3:30 p.m. on the
third floor, when a film entitled
"Here Comes the Band" will be
Photographed by a professional
company, the documentary fea-
tures the band of 1950.
WAA Notices
scheduled today and tomorrow will
be played at the following times:
Today at 4 p.m.-Stockwell
(Himes) vs. Jordan (Oliver); Ty-
ler (Brandt) vs. Stockwell (Ross);
at 7:15 p.m.-Jordan (Button) vs.
Vaughan. Newberry also plays.
Tomorrow at 4:15 p.m.-Gamma
Phi Beta vs. Sorosis; Jordan (Lew-
ect) vs. Delta Gamma; at 7:15
p.m.-Tyler (Lusko) vs. Alpha
Delta Pi; Martha Cook (Klingbeil)
vs. Tyler (Monkoski)v; at p.m.-
Geddes vs. Angell; Stockwell vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
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'ENGINEER EXTRAORDINARY'-"Buzz" Guise, E. Grad., de-
signer and director of stage construction for the 1954 Gulantics
Revue last Friday, is shown here putting the "last minute touches"
on the framework of the set. He was in charge of the produc-
tions staff for the show, which was held in Hill Auditorium.
Eng neering Student Designs
Stage Sets for '54 Gulantics

"If you want something done,
ask a busy person," says "Buzz"
Guise, a graduate student in the
College of Engineering.
Robert F. Guise, who was engi-
neering consultant and produc-
tions chairman for Gulantics, Fri-
day night, has behind him a broad
general education, travel in Eur-
ope, athletic competition, show-
business, experience and is con-
templating a career in law.
* * *
THIS VARIETY of experiences
serves to substantiate one of his
philosophies: "growing up is like
a switchboard," says "Buzz," "each
experience is a plug in the board,
and the more plugs in, the more
worth while and well-rounded a
person's life is. The plugs are never
filled-there are always more-"
"Buzz" is president of Vulcans,
engineering school honorary, and
is a member of the engineering
steering committee, governing
body for the college. He also
writes editorials for Technic ( en-
gineering school publication and
has represented the college in
Detroit and Toledo, speaking on
the outlook for graduating men
In engineering.
According to people who have
worked with him, he has the
"ability to organize, to get people,
to work for him and to foresee
details and difficulties in any pro-
duction before they arise."
* * *
BEFORE entering the Univer-
sity, he was in Europe for three
years as a courier-translator for
the army, although it was a civ-
ilian job. He was stationed in
Frankfort, Germany most of the
time, but traveled in other parts
of Europe, too.
"Buzz" came to the University
in September, 1950, and starred
on the track team his first two
years. "I've been running since
I was 12," he commented.
While on the track squad, he
participated in 10 competitive sea-
sons and received national rating
as a 2-miler. He is essentially a

10,000 meter runner, no longer a
college event.
* * *
"BUZZ" WAS social chairman
for Kappa Sigma fraternity and
was co-chairman for the "Kappa
Kasino," Kappa Kappa Gamma-
Kappa Sigma booth of the 1952
Michigras. He also was responsible
for the design, construction and
direction of production for the ar-
rangement of booths in the Field
House. "Buzz" was made an hon-
orary member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma and is extremely proud of
his "golden key."
"If you do something first--
they come to you," says "Buzz.'?
Last spring, the central commit-
tee of Skit Night, Spring Week-
end 1953, came to him when they
were in need of an engineering-
production man, and he obliged
by designing -and directing the
necessary construction for the
Skit Night performances.
"The framework, elevator tim-
ing, storage space backstage,
weight of curtains and lighting ef-
fects are all problems of a Hill
Auditorium production which must
be conquered," he stated, "to come
out with a good show."
* * *
AS BACKGROUND education,
"Buzz" has done work in student
government, had a story publish-
ed in a New York publication in
1950 and is now working on a book.
"Buzz" says that, "engineering
is the best basic education a stu-
dent can have for any field of en-
deavor; he can specialize after
that." With his engineering back-
ground, he plans to enter law
school in the fall and eventually
hopes to hold a position in the
executive field
A second possibility for a career
may lie in writing and producing
scripts for show business. "I never
intended to get into show busi-
ness," said "Buzz," but once I was
in it, it was like a disease." "In
show biz'," he explains, "it's the
end that counts, not the mean or
the glory."

Senior Night
Will Feature
JGP Debut
Dinner, Play To Honor
700 Graduating Coeds
At Annual Festivities
Senior night, with all its tradi-
tional festivities, will take place
Thursday, March 18 in the League,
when senior women will meet for
dinner and entertainment, follow-
ed by the opening performance of
JGP, given in their honor.
Strains from the Phi Gamma
Delta marching band will accom-
pany all seniors as they march
from the library to the League,
where the time-honored ritual will
take place.
"THIS IS the last real chance
for graduating women to partici-
pate in a League class activity,"
said Barbara Mazer, chairman.
"Since there are over 700 senior
women on campus," she com-
mented, we hope to have a good
Festivities for Senior Night
were, until the past three years,
planned by the JGP central com-
mittee. This involved difficulties
because the members were too
busy in other activities to devote
much time, to Senior Night.
The present Senior Night com-
mittee, under the direction of Bar-
bara Mazer, consists of Mary
Hodges, assistant chairman; Bar-
bara Goldblum, tickets chairman;
Centes Morrill, programs; Sue Tro-
meter, entertainment and Mar-
garet Penney, publicity.
Before the banquet, each senior
must declare her status. Married
women carry candles, which they
eventually blow out, while en-
gaged women suck lemons. Those
who are pinned must deposit their
fraternity pins on a cushion at
the door and wear a safety pin for
the remainder of the evening.
# #
A WISHING WELL is provided
for all unattached women, who
throw a penny for each year of
their age into the well.
Following the banquet, the cast
of JGP will give an opening per-
formance of their play in honor of
the seniors.
Tickets for the annual event,
with dinner and JGP included,
may be purchased for $1.90 from
the sales representative in each
house on campus who will contact
the senior women.
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