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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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4Miss America
,Special Acts
,Will Include
Past inners.4
Five feet, eight inches of green-
A eyed beauty, so felt the Miss
America contest judges, will take
the Hill Auditorium stage March . . .
6, when the sixth annual Gulan-
tics presents Miss Evelyn Ay, Miss
America 1954.
Each year in addition to the
competing student acts taken from
extensive auditions, there are sev-
eral non-competing acts. Miss
America, one of the non-compet-
ing acts, will give out all the prizes
for the competition.
Entering the Miss America
Pageant from the University of
Pennsylvania, where she studied-
to be a medical technician, who
competed in the Pageant as Miss -x
Pennsylvania of 1953.
Miss Ay won her title over 52
contestants representing 46 states,
Htawaii, Puerto Rico, Canada and PERSONAL
several major U.S. cities. She will her position,
retain the title until she relin- as one of the
j cuishes her sceptre and crown to be-presented
the 1955 winner.
In Europe at the present time,
Miss Ay plays the piano and sings. Fresh
hewon a competition doinga e
puppet show and attained the top
position in the nationals doing a To D i
dramatic reading. ' '''
Last year's winner of Gulan- Proceeds fror
tics, Ed Ravenscroft, will dis- gras, to be pres
play the drumming that got him 24, will be earm
the top prize in the competing Air Camp and s
acts. However, this year he will ject fund, was
perform as a non-competing act. meetings held
Expecting to make musc a hob- Women's Athlet
by, not a career, he has studied These two gr
drums for three years, and played sor the bienni
with Wayne King's orchestra. Now ignate where
playing with Bill Kline's orchestra, share, of the fu
he will feature a solo at Gulantics The WAA
entitled "Motif." place the first
Tradition has always included of the profits
the Glee Club, singing at Guan- fund "which
tics. This year they will sin sev- serve for conti
eral numbers, one of which will ture Michigras
include a solo by Russ Christo- ian Swanson n
pher, who is also a past winner. The remaini

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at Annual
PETITIONING:

Gulantics

TRADITIONAL FEATURE:
Foresters To Celebrate Plaid Shirt Week

Positions Open for Women
On Senior Panhel Board

Plaid shirts will invade the cam-
pus en masse this week as mem-
bers of the Foresters' Club cele-
brate Plaid Shirt Week, tradition-
al feature preceding the Paul Bun-
yan dance, to be held from 8 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Union
Ballroom.

Aside from the colorful shirts,
foresters may also be identified by
the signs they will display on their
backs. Each poster will inform
passers-by that its bearer is sell-,
ing tickets to the annual dance.
Also available at the Union and

School of Natural
fice in the Natural
ing, the tickets are
per couple.

Resources of-
Science Build-
priced at $2.25

Couples attending the annual
ball will find Paul McDonough
and his orchestra holding forth in
the main ballroom.

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APPEARANCE - Holding the sceptre and crown of
Miss America 1954, Miss Evelyn Ay, will be featured
non-competing acts of the sixth annual Gulantics, to
March 5 in Hill Auditorium.
Air Camp, New Pool
vide Michigras Funds

Senior Panhellenic Association
has announced the opening of 15
positions to sophomore, junior and
senior women on next year's Pan-
hellenic Board.
Petitions for both council and
non-council positions are due
Friday, Feb. 26 in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League. Inter-
viewing for the posts will take
place Monday, March .1.
The senior positions open on the
council include president, first and
second vice-presidents, treasurer
and rushing chairman. The Pan-
hellenic Board is under the direc-
tion of Martha Hill, Delta Gam-
ma, at the present time. She works
closely with the president of Jun-
ior Panhel, Carol deBruin, Delta
Delta Delta.
Duties of the first vice-presi-
dent, Judy Johnson, Tri-Delta,
include taking care of conven-
tions and maintaining good re-
lations between Panhel and IFC.
Laura Hoffman, Alpha Xi Delta,
finds her job is directing the va-
riety show project, advising Junior
Panhel and compiling the Panhel-
lenic section of the League Low-
down.
The treasurer, Norman Seidon,
Alpha Epsilon Phi, keeps finances
in order, takes charge of the
pledge trainersand serves on the
committee ofatheFresh Air Camp.
Shirley Mason, Alpha Chi
Omega, who is Panhel's pres-
sent rushing chairman, oversees
the entire rushing program and
evaluates it. Her duties also
include revising rushing rules
and regulations with the approv-
al of all the sorority, houses.
Junior posts to be filled are
chairman of rushing counselors,
Musicale
South Quadrangle will pre-
sent the first in a series of mu-
sicales at 1:15 p.m. today in
the East Lounge. Guest artists
will be, cellist Camilla Heller,
pianist William Doppmann and
students from the University
School of Music. The program
is open to the public. ,

secrtary and public relations
chairman, which is also open to
sophomores. The remainder of the
sophomore positions are five va-
cancies on the secretarial commit-
tee.
Junior and sophomore jobs and
their duties will be explained in a
future issue of The Daily.
JUNIOR PANHEL-Junior Pan-
hellenic Association will hold its
weekly meeting at 4:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the League.
* * *
JGP - JGP rehearsals will be
today from 2:30 till 5:30 p.m. for
scientists, from 7 till 8:30 p.m. for
secretaries, scientists, Elsie, Eric
and Glomma and from 8:30 p.m.
for sceretaries, scientists, Elsie,
Eric and Glomma and from 8:30
till 10 p.m. for the entire cast, in-
cluding dancers.
MICHIGRAS -Michigras .sec-
retaries and ticket sub-chairmen
will meet at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the Union.
WAA BASKETBALL-Games in
the all-campus basketball tourna-
ment will be played at 5:10 p.m.
tomorrow: Gamma Phi Beta vs.
Zone 1; at 7:15 p.m., Couzens 3
vs. Jordan 5 and Stockwell 1 vs.
Palmer.
KEEP A-HEAD
OF YOUR HAIR
Collegiate Cuts
to please.
10 Barbers - No Waiting
The Daseola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre

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season . . . translated into an influential group of
value-priced Spring fashions. Coats, suits, dresses,
millinery, blouses and accessories .. .each empha-
sizing the most significant of new silhouettes and
colors. Make a note to see them now in our main
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ented April 23 and
arked for the Fresh
wimming pool pro-
recently decided at
by the Union and
tic Association.
oups who co-spon-
al event may des-
50 per cent, their
ands may go.
Board voted to
$1,000 of its share
s into a sinking
will act as a re-
ingencies with fu-
," President Mar-
revealed.
ing portion of its
used to better the
pool now under
3ecause of increas-
necessary features
d to be eliminated.
J funds, equipment
which will benefit
women, as co-recre-
ing is slated at the
proceeds, about
d the Fresh Air

Camp, Wendy Owen Blood Fund'
and the women's swimming pool.
In other Michigras develop-
ments, all house presidents have
been sent letters urging them
to encourage their members to
sign up on time schedules to
work on admission and conces-
sion ticket booths during the
two nights of Michigras, Joan
Hyman and Jim Barger of the
ticket committee announced.
Miss Hyman said that 250.
workers will be needed to work on
11/ hour shifts at the fieldhouse.
The shifts will run from 7 to 8:301
p.m.; 8,30 to 10 p.m.; 10 to 11:30
p.m. and 11:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Students may sign up on charts
posted in their houses on the day
and shift they would like to work.
Full instructions, Miss Hyman
added, will be given at a meeting
of all ticket personnel to take
place April 13 in the Union.

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League Council
League Council will hold a
special meeting at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the League to dis-
cuss the findings of recently
distributed questionnaires on
women's hours, League facili-
ties and government and relat-
ed topics.

share will be L
new swimming
construction. B
ing costs, many
of the pool had
With additional
will be bought
both men and w
ational swimmi]
pool.
Last, year's
$6,000, benefite

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