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FRIDAY, DECEMBER s, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE"

1~'RIDAY, DECEMBER ~, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ?WE

Tryouts To Be Held for Gulantics
Talent Show
To Feature &

Soph Scandals' Skits
To Highlight Evening

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Student Acts
"Student comedians, pantomime
acts, singing groups, instrumental
solos, group numbers and any oth-
er type of act-the more unique
the better-are encouraged to try
out tomorrow for Gulantics, annual
' all-campus talent show," Bob
Brown, assistant Glee Club publici-
ty manager said.
Anyone interested in trying out
may make an appointment with
Debbie Shavelson, League repre-
sentative - in charge of auditioning.
Auditions will be conducted from
ito 5p.m. tomorrow and Saturday,
Dec. 11. The final auditioning will
be held Saturday, Jan. 8.
Gulantics is the only campus re-
view that depends upon the audi-
ence's reaction to determine the
winners of the three cash prizes
which will be given. Applause, as
registered by an audiometer, will
decide the winners.
Profits for Awards
The League handles the talent
for the production, the Union man-
ages the staging and the Men's
Glee Club looks after finances and
takes care of the publicity. Prof-
its from the show are used in the
Glee Club Scholarship Fund for
awards given annually by the Glee
Club.
Founded by Prof. Philip A. Duey,
director of the Glee Club, in an ef-
fort to give students a chance to
show their talent, a contest was
held the first year to determine a
name for the production.
The winner used the letters G
for Glee Club, U for Union, L for
League and added "antics" to form
Gulantics, and Gulantics it has re-
mained.
Seventh Annual
This year's Gulantics, the sev-
' enth annual production, will be
presented sometime in March. Us-

Sophomore coeds are making fi-
nal preparations for the Soph Scan-
dals weekend of dancing and vari-
ety shows today and tomorrow.
Two original performances will
highlight the entertainment for
each evening. The first show will
include "Chief Michidrama," who
will introduce scenes depicting col-
lege days throughrthe ages.
"Chief Michigrama" will an-
nounce skits on the football days,
dateless days, and the effects of
war days.
Coeds have made up acts featur-
ing special places on college cam-
puses all over the country, includ-
ing Michigan State, Harvard and
the University of Miami.
Decorations will be in keeping
with the themes of the shows. The
corridor of the second floor of the
League will display s c e n e s,
"through the ages."
Each room will be decorated to
represent the colleges mentioned in
the skits. The Michigan Room, to
be used for refreshments, will re-
semble the Grill of the Union of
Michigan State, while lounges will
have scenes from tropical Miami
to provide an atmosphere of relax-
ation.
Both variety shows will be pre-
sented in the Hussey Room.
Red Johnson and his Orchestra
will provide music in the main
ballroom and Earl Pearson and his
Orchestra will perform in the Van-
denberg Room.
Tickets are now on sale at the

League, on the Diagonal and in
the residence halls. They are
priced at$1.80 per couple and 90
cents per person.%
According to the central commit-
tee, students may come in couples
or stag.
In previous years, the sophomore
productions were known as Soph
Cabaret. This year several new
ideas are being introduced, such as
two orchestras for both evenings
and two different shows instead of
the game booths and carnival-like
atmosphere which usually pre-
vailed, according to Mary Lee Bir-
mingham, general chairman.
Hillel Services
To Be Conducted
By Two Guests
Hillel Foundation evening serv-
ices at 7:15 p.m. today will be
conducted by Rabbi Joseph Katz
and Cantor Martin Glancz of Tem-
ple B'nai Israel of Saginaw.
The topic of the speech will be
"On the Future of American Juda-
ism-A Tercentenary Topic."
Rabbi Katz has traveled extens-
ively in Europe and the near east.
He has held pulpits in Liverpool,
England; Nyack, N.Y., and Mont-
clair, N.Y.
Rabbi Katz hopes to further an
understanding of Jewish culture
in the city of Saginaw. As one of
his future projects he plans to
bring a forum of outstanding Jew-
ish personalities in art, education,
music and religion to the city.
While he has been in Saginaw, a
new Community Center has been
built, which houses all of the reli-
gious, educational and social af-
fairs of the Jewish Community.

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-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
TERRIBLE!-As Prof. Philip A. Duey, Men's Glee Club director
and Gulantics tryout judge, clowns, three of the student judges
express their impressions of his singing. Left to right, are Debbie
Shavelson, Gus Gianakaris and Gordon Ferguson.

ually about ten acts compete for
cash prizes in the show held be-
fore capacity audiencesin Hall Au-
ditorium.
Winners of last year's Gulantics
were "The Four Breezes," com-
posed of Amos Taylor, lead; John
Moore, tenor; Jim Echols, bass
and Billy Borders in the baritone
position. The group sang "Cuddle
Me," "You, You, You," "Dream,"
and "I Believe."
Also appearing in last year's
show were Jimmy Lobaugh, come-
dy act; the Anceo Francisco Trio;
the Ann Arbor Alley Cats; Mary
Ellen Eckert, pianist and Van Bru-
ner in a modern dance routine.
In the non competitive section
featured were Ed Ravenscroft,
previous Gulantics winner; Miss

America of 1954, Miss Evelyn Ay;
selections by the Men's Glee Club;
Howard Nemerovski and Lee Mil-
ler in a comic skit and Jim Ellis
and Billy Wells, Michigan State.
College football players, with a tap
dance routine.

COLORS:
Black, Brown
Green, Gray

SIZES:
5 to 10
619
E. Liberty

Nine Chairmanships Open
For Senior NightPositions

CLASSIFIED ADS ARE SURE-FIRE RESULT GETTERS

'PASKONG MALIGAYA':
Philippine-Michigan Club
To Present Native Dances

"Filipiniana Through The Ages,"
a festival of songs and dances
k showing colorful native dress, will
highlight the annual Paskong Ma-
ligaya, a Christmas party spon-
sored by the Philippine-Michigan
Club from 8 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow at Rackham Assembly
Hall.
The performance will depict Fil-
ipino cultural and social life from
1521 to the present. Mrs. Lourdes
L. Lontok Cruz, president of the
club acting as Mistress of Cere-
monies, will deliver a short intro-
ductory speech before each of the
five acts.
A native-costume fashion show
representing certain eras, follow-
ed by songs and typical dances,
will headline the acts.
1521-1870
The first of these, portraying
life from 1521 to 1870, will include
an early ornate costume modeled
by Mrs. Cruz, and a medley of
native songs and dances starring
Florinda Suguitan, Jose Soberano,
and Priscilla Florentino.
The second act ranging from
1870 to 1898 features the charac-
teristic dress of the period, model-
Photo Contest
r
Entries in the Union-sponsor-
ed photography conteist may be
picked up from 3 to 5 p.m.
weekdays until Wednesday,
Dec. 15 at the Union Student
Offices. This does not include
winning pictures which will be
displayed in the Union lobby
in the near future.

ed by Natividad Evangelista and
Rizalina Bernal and several tribal
dances of courtship and love. One
of these dances is derived from the
name of a tree whose leaves fall
when a graceful cluster of flowers
blossom.
Ramon Garcia, Ruperto Roque,
Ella Gomba, Jose Jose, Angel Ar-
guelles, Phoebe Madayag, Ester
Ronquillo, Josefina Reinante, Hel-
en Buhay, Paz Dominado, Alma
Gonzales, Miss Bernal and Leila
Padilla will participate in the
dances.
Third Act
In the third, that of life from 1898
to the present, the costumes,
dances and songs will be divided
among the different islands, each
presenting its own interpretation of
Filipino life.
Luzon will be portrayed by Mrs.
Rosie Vallejo, Miss Florentino,
Rueben de la Paz, Eduardo Sevilla
and Arguelles.
Social and cultural aspects of
manila will be given by Mrs. Paz
Dominado and Napoleon Campo-
manes, while that of Visayas and
Mindanao will be given by Filonila
Madamba, Garnett Palting, Miss
Madayag, Armando Navarette,
Mrs. Beatrice Isada, Nelson Isada,
Sevilla and Mrs. Vallejo.
At the conclusion of the perform-
ance, honored guest President Har-
lan H. Hatcher, will extend a
Christmas greeting to the group.
An exhibition of Filipino articles,
social dancing and serving of re-
freshments will be held in the east
and west conference rooms of
R a c k h a m following President
Hatcher's address.

Deadline for petitions for sen-
ior night positions is Wednesday,
in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice.
Interviewing will be held Thurs-
day and Friday in the League.
Nine positions are open to seniors
for the annual spring event: gen-
eral chairman, assistant chairman
and chairmen for publicity, assist-
ant publicity, entertainment, pro-
grams, tickets, patrons and invita-
tions.
Women may secure petitions
from the activities chairman in
their houses or in the League Un-
dergraduate Office to participate
in the traditional "gala night,"
which is scheduled for March 17
The general chairman will co-
ordinate the activities of all the
other chairmen'and will assist in
planning for the time-honored
march from the library to the Lea-
gue,
The duties of the assistant gen-
eral chairman include arranging
for the banquet and helping the
chairman, while the patrons chair-
man will be in charge of selecting
and inviting the patrons
The coed who is named enter-
tainment chairman will plan the
evening's program, which comes
after the annual banquet, and will
take charge of the excerpts from
the seniors' own JGP.
The tickets chairman will ap-
point house ticket chairmen and
will be in charge of the general
sales, while the decorations chair-
man will be responsible for decor-
ating the traditional wishing well
and the dinner table.
In conjunction with the JGP

campaign, the publicity chairman
and her assistant will coordinate
publicity for senior night on cam-
pus, and designing and printing
the guides to the annual "night-
of-fun" will be the job of the pro-
grams chairman.
Aquatic Program
Expanded To Add
Three New Clubs
Because of increased swimming
facilities and student interest, the
Women's Athletic Association has
expanded its aquatic programs
The newest of these clubs is the
Diving Club, which will have its
organizational meeting at 3 p.m.
today at the women's.pool.
This group will provide an op-
portunity for coeds to learn new
diving skills, as well as practice
old ones. All women students who
are interested in joining are eli-
gible for membership,
Organized this fall, the Speed
Swimming Club was formed to
meet the needs of women interest-
ed in competitive swimming. The
group meets at 4:45 p.m. on
Wednesdays.
Because of the increased num-
ber of coeds wishing to participate
in synchronized swimming, a jun-
ior club of Michifish has been
started.
As vacancies occur in Michifish,
women are to be chosen from this
junior club to tryout. Meetings are
from 8:15 to 9 p.m. on Wednes-
days.

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HILLEL
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of Saginaw, Michigan

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