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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 20,195S

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDA_. FEBRUARY.20,_955.THE MCHIGAN DAIL

Eight Student Acts to Compete In Gulantics

Eight student variety acts will
compete for one of the three
grand prizes in the eighth annual
Gulantics production at 8 p.m.
Saturday in Hill Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Men's Glee
Club, Union and League, Gulan-
tics is the only campus production
that depends upon the audience
to determine the winners of the
three grand prizes totaling $225.
Gulantics Program
Included among the competing
student acts are the "Stardusters,"
a combo led by Paul Brodie which
has played its South American
music at several campus affairs;
Earl Sayer, the Irish tenor who
had the lead in Union Opera this
year and the 'Psurfs' a group of
twelve singers from the Lawyer's
Club.
Ed Barrera and Sandy Bader
will do modern dance interpreta-
tion. Both are members of the bal-
let and choreography workshop at
the University and have danced in
shows and recitals in other cities.
Another dancer and choreog-
rapher, Rand Osland, has done tap
work on the "E&B Polka Party,"
"Michigan Barn Dance" and other
$elevision shows in Florida, De-
troit and Canada. He has also ap-
peared with Paul Whiteman and
Ted Mack.
Singing Talent
Also competing in the talent re-
vue will be singer Myki Gold, who
was a member of the All-city
chorus of New York and a cam-
pus disc jockey at WCBN. Another
contender, Al Crofoot, tenor, was
in the professional Gilbert and
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HOPEFUL CONTENDERS--Competing for one of three top prizes in the Gulantics production are
Ed Barrera and Sandy Bader, modern dancers and Myki Gold, singer. Eight contestants will vie for
cash prizes totaling $225 at 8 p.m. Saturday, at Hill Auditorium. Four non-competitive acts will also
be given, including a surprise faculty act.

Sullivan group in Canada and did
radio and television acting and
singing there.._
The 'Midnight Suns,' a quartet
composed of members of the Men's
Glee Club will also appear on the
program as a competing act. Dan
Pressley singing first tenor; Mer-
ton Crouch, second tenor; Dick
Maier, baritone and Andy Karoly,
bass are the members of this
quartet.
Non-Competing Acts
Performances in the non-com-
peting section of the show will fea-
ture the League Dancing Class
presenting some of the newer pop-
ular dances including the mambo
and the Men's Glee Club, directed
by Prof. Philip A. Duey of the
music school, will sing a few selec-
tions from their repetoire.
The Charleston-Aires-Dancers,
who have appeared in several
shows in the Ann Arbor area will
also be a non-competing act.
Nancy and Mary Witham, Dean
Morley and Earl L'Esperance are
the members of this dance group.
Howard Nemerovski and Tom
Leapold will combine talents as
master of ceremonies. Both have

appeared in the review in previous
years. Red Johnson's Orchestra
will provide a musical background
for Gulantics. There will also be a
surprise faculty act, now a tradi-
tional feature of the production.
Gulantics tickets will be on sale

9 to 5 p.m. Monday at the Admin-
istration Building and all day Sat-
urday at Hill Auditorium. They
are priced at $1 for first floor and
first balcony reserved seats and
75 cents for unreserved second
balcony seats.

Council Aims To Promote
Educational Unit Affiliations

With hopes of affiliating thev
Future Teachers of America or-
ganization with the Michigan Edu-
cation Association into a new state
and national educational unit, the
Education School Council is spon-
soring a mass meeting at 4 p.m.
Thursday in the University High
School Auditorium for educational
school students.
Council officials reported, "It
was felt by some students that
there is a need for a campus or-
ganization to advance a more pro-
fessional spirit among music, phy-
sical education, art, special edu-
cation and secondary and elemen-
tary majors."
Recent Projects
This year the council has un-
dertaken such projects as redec-
orating the- education school
lounge, sponsoring three coffee
hours, obtaining beverage and
cookie machines. -
The Education School fall
dance, "School House Hop," was
under the direction of the coun-
cil. During Orientation Week they
sponsored a college night for new
education school students.
Opening the education school
library for additional hours and
publishing a student-teacher in-
formation pamphlet were other re-
cent projects of the council.
The fifteen members of the
council have tried to, "contribute
to the cohesiveness between stu-
dents and faculty in the educa-
tion school."
Leading this years council are
Delores Messenger, president;
Marcia Lubeck, vice-presidtnt;

Coleen Campbell, secretary
Sally McKeighan, treasurer.

The group has been active for
three years.

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JGP REHEARSALS .. . JGP
will hold the following rehearsals
today; chorus C, 3 to 4 p.m.;
chorus B, 4 to 5 p.m.; chorus D
plus Kahlenberg and Harding, 7
to 8:30 p.m. and chorus B minus
Cohen, 8:45 to 9:45 p.m. All chorus
members should check the bulle-
tin board in the League Under-
graudate Office for rehearsal
schedules.
* * *
HILLEL CHORUS . . . The Hillel
Chorus will begin rehearsing at
4:30 p.m. today in the Main Chapel
of the Hill Foundation for the pro-
duction of "Falstaff." The chorus
will also prepare for Friday Night
services and for a spring concert.'
* * *
SPRING WEEKEND ... Spring'
Weekend Central Committee will
hold a meeting at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Rm. 3A of the Union
NEWMAN CLUB . .. Club acti-
vities will be discussed at a meet-
ing of the Newman Club 7:30 p.m.
today.
HILLELZAPOPPIN... There
will be a meeting at 8 p.m. today
at Hillel for all men and women'
interested in writing, editing or
directing the Independent Hillel-
zapoppin skit,

Derby Races
To Highlight
Spring Event
Union, WAA Sponsor
Competitive Awards
For Festival WeAend
Soap box derbies will g arner the
spotlight at the after:i on festi-
vities of Spring Weekend on Sat-
urday, March 12.
Houses are busily constructing
the derbies which will be run off
in heats with the wl ning time
rewarded a trophy. Over 25 der-s
bies have been enteried in the
event which is co-sp onsored by
the Union and Woman's Athletic
Association.
Festive Atmosphiere
Coeds will assist in making
banners, singing soeN;s and in
general adding to the festive at-
mosphere of the event which will
start with a parade f:om the Diag
at 12:45 p.m. The pavitde will pro-
ceed to the locale Hof the derby
where the running of the heats
will commence.
Derbies will followl along theA
theme of the week ex id, "Life in
These United States."' Entries have
already indicated tiit there will
be a wealth of cars idesigned like
"prairie schooners," the 'Freedom
Train and various other semb-
lances of the Americian scene.
Men's houses are urged by the
central committee o4' Spring Week-
end to take the in t iative in call-
ing women's residences to partici-
pate with them in 'the decorating
part of derby-buil ding.
Racers must be constructed to
meet certain specifications which
have been designa t d by the cen-
tral committee. Cogies of the rules
have been mailed to all housing
groups
Derby F¬Ępirit
Houses have e:ntered into the
spirit of the wee kend and are
busily spending thleir extra time
trying to get their' entries into the
sleekest possible farm before derby
day.
Entry blanks fo r the event may
be obtained in Rxi. 3A of the Un-
ion, offices of the, Spring Weekend
committees. Addltional informa-
tion may be obtd ned at these of-
fices or by calliug Special Events
Co-chairmen Ja p., Northway, NO
2-5618, or Bob G llow NO 2-143.
Other events of the weekend will
include Skit Nright on Friday,
March 11 at 8 pc.m. in Hill Audi-
torium. Five 'hozses are competing
for the trophy 1vhich will be re-
warded to the winning skit.
General ticke1f sales will begin
on Wednesday, March 2 from 9
to 5 p.m. in 6l ie Administration
Building. Blockl sales are being
held now with the deadline for
block reservations Monday, March
28. Tickets are priced at 1.25, $1.00
and 75c.
Rummage Sale
Rummage, *ld clothes, jewel-
ry, pictures, lamps, books, fur-
niture and si tailar items will be
collected fro En campus groups
interested in participating in a
rummage sale to be held March
5 at the Maonic Temple on S.
Fourth Aven u te.
Proceeds of the sale will be
given to a d eserving University
student, chos ~en on the basis of
citizenship, s cholarship records
and financivdl need.
For furth information con-
tact Gerald ixie Seeback at NO
2-4279 from. 7 to 9 p.m., who
will arrang C for the collection

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