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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVER

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI F!VK

Members of League Dance Class
To Demonstrate teps, Routines

Spring Weekend To Feature
Poster Contest, Skits, Derby

ANOTHER GILBERT?
Sophomore s Lyrics Win Contest

Previews of the variety of
dance steps students may learn
by joining the League dance
classes will be exhibited in a floor-
show at the dance class mass
meeting 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
League Ballroom.
The floorshow, prepared by
Johnny 'T!rbanic, the instructor,
and a group of exhibition danc-
ers, will include demonstrations of
the samba, tango, mambo, fox
trot, waltz and charleston.
Samba techniques will be pre-
sented by Carol Ellis, David Shaub,
Shirley Sikkenga, Ronald Miller,
D. C. Woo, Barbara Swinkowski,
James King and Jane Mumford.
Tango dancers include Peter Ros-
ko and Charlotte Rolnick.
Johnny Urbanic, who will do the
mambo with Julie Sage, will also
exhibit fox trot anC waltz steps
with Charlotte Rolnick as his
partner.
Charleston Versions
Popular charleston versions will
be danced by Carol Ellis, Shirley
Sikkenga, Shirley Baylis, James
King, Ronald Miller and David
' Shaub.
Business matters will also be
discussed at the meeting by the
dance class committee in order to
acquaint guests with League dance
class opportunities.
All students are welcome to the
mass meeting to which there is
no admission charge.
Classes of beginners, intermedi-
ate and advanced dancers, singles
and couples, will begin March 7,
8 and 9.
Exhibition Group
Every Monday evening for a
series of eight lessons, an advanced
class for couples will be held from
7:15 to 8:15 p.m. and an exhibi-
tion group will meet at 8:30 to
9:30 p.m. Members of the exhibi-
tion group must receive an invita-
tion, be a member of a past or
present dance group or try out.

-Daily-Esther Goudsmit
TANGO TWOSOME-It takes two to tango the way Charlotte
Rolnick and Peter Rosko demonstrate the various steps. The tango
Is one of the dances in the floorshow program for the League
dance class mass meeting at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, in the League
Ballroom, to which all students are invited.

Another feature of Spring
Weekend is well under way as Lois
Union and Russ McKennan, co-
chairmen of the stunts committee,
are receiving entries in the cam-
pus-wide poster contest sponsored
by the Spring Weekend committee.
The posters will be displayed
around the diagonal.
A trophy will be presented to the
winner on Skit Night, March 11.
Over 20 inches high, the trophy
which was donated by a local mer-
chant will be a traveling award.
Each successive Spring Weekend
it will pass to the house who en-
ters the winning poster.
Quality of art work and appro-
priateness of the slogan to sup-
port Spring Weekend will be the
criteria for judging. Miss Union
points out, "This is just one more
way to get more student participa-
tion in Spring Weekend and make
it an all-campus event."
Tuesday Deadline
Deadline for posters is 9 p.m.
Tuesday in Rm. 3A of the Union.
Entry blanks may still be ob-
tained from Miss Union at Nor-
mandy33384 or McKennan at
Normandy 25649.
Specifications limit the posters
to 40 by 30 inches. The poster must
be nailed to a 5 foot board from
one-half to two inches thick.
One of the first features of the
weekend to get underway, the
poster contest will become a tra-
ditional part of the festivities.
Sponsored by the Union and the
W o m e n 's Athletic Association
jointly, Spring Weekend will be
March 11 and 12. Features of the
Weekend include Skit Night on
Friday, March 11 and the Wol-
verun Derby on Saturday, March
12.
Skit Night
Five houses are participating in
Skit Night. Their skits were cho-
sen from a group of nineteen en-
tries to be put on in Hill Au-
WAANotices]
DIVING CLUB - The Diving
Club will have a reorganizational
meeting at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow at
the women's pool.
* * .*
SWIM LESSONS-A six lesson
beginning swim class will be of-
fered to upperclass coeds by the
Women's Physical Education De-
partment. The class will meet at
8:15 p.m. every Tuesday beginning
March 1.

ditorium. They will compete for
a trophy.
Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon's "Dust of Tin Sol-
diers," Alpha Gamma Delta and
Theta Xi's "Nine to Five," Chicago
House and Adams House's "The
Man Who Came to Dinner," Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Phi's
"The Lottery," and Hobbs House
and Phi Gamma Delta's "The
Congo" will be presented.
Wolverun Derby
Saturday the festivities will be-
gin with a parade from the diag
to the Derby site. Derby partici-
pants, girl's houses that are spon-
soring them, and all interested
students will follow with bands,
songs, and a bevy of posters and
booster signs.
Twenty-five soap box cars will
run in the Wolverun Derby. Run
in heats, winners will be picked
according to the fastest times. The
winning car will be presented with
a trophy at the close of the event.
Cars entered in the Derby will
be appropriately decorated to fit
the theme of .Spring Weekend,
"Life in these United States."

By DEDE ROBERTSON
When informed that he had
been chosen winner last Wednes-
day from 20 entrants in the Un-
ion sponsored lyrics contest, Bob
Brandzel, music school sophomore
from Chicago, let out with a shout
from West Quad that could be
heard even in The Michigan Daily
offices.
Although he had never had any
formal music training before he
came here, Brandzel good natur-
edly mentioned that he had "done
some composing and band and
concert arranging on his own in
high school." He now plays, at
varying degrees of proficiency, the
clarinet, saxophone, flute and pi-
ano.
High Point
"One of the high points of my
life," Brandzel related, "was when
I had an opportunity to play clari-
net with the Chicago Civic Orches-
tra."
Now an active member of the'
University Gilbert and Sullivan
Society, Brandzel will take a com-
ic lead in the forthcoming produc-
tion, "Iolanthe." In the Society's

--Daily-SamChing
ROBERT BRANDZEL
performances of "The Pirates of
Penzance" last fall, he played the
Major-General.
Brandzel also worked on the3
Gilbert and Sullivan Society's
productions of "Pinafore," "The
Mikado" and "Trial By Jury."
Union Opera
In addition, this busy lad di-

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rected his talents to the Union
Opera music committee last se-
mester.
When asked if he planned to
continue with work along the line
of composing lyrics, Brandzel
cracked his amiable smile and
said "Well, I suppose that' just
depends but I'll let, you know
in the future."
The lyrics Brandzel submitted
were selected as the most appro-
priate for Dr. Edwin Franco Gold-
man's new composition, "Michigan
March."
Dr. Goldman, composer of such
noted marches as "On the Mall,"
introduced his piece at a band
concert presented last spring in
Hill Auditorium.
Popularity Gains
Since that time, the march has
gained in popularity throughout
the country. Presented at football
games last fall, it is soon to be
played by the University of Illi-
nois band in its annual program.
The contest was sponsored by
the Public Relations Committee of
the Union.

PARIS INSPIRED SWEATERS
IN MAZET ORLON

Tuesday night classes will in-
clude a beginners class for singles
from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. and a be-
ginners class for couples from
8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
In addition, there will be an-
other beginners class for singles
from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. and an in-
termediate class for couples from
8:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Wednes-
day.
All classes will be instructed by
Johnny Urbanic, who has taught

German Actors To Present
Modern Comedy, 'Ingeborg'

League dance classes for four
years.
Fee For Men
Men students pay a fee of $4
for eight lessons in the singles
classes, meaning that they come
stag to the classes. Coeds, who do
not pay for the lessons, may ob-
tain tickets from the League Un-
dergraduate Office or from their
Ifouse representatives. The tickets
allow admittance to a designated
class which the coed must attend
or send a substitute in order to in-
sure an equal number of people in
the class.
A date bureau has been set up
for the couples classes. According
to this system, coeds who obtain
membership tickets, will be called
for each week by a different male
student from their dance class.
Men who purchase tickets pric-
ed at $4 for couples dance classes
may bring their. own dates or sign
up for dates which will be ar-
ranged by the date bureau.
Tickets are now available in the
League Undergraduate Office and
mayialso be obtained at the mass
meeting.

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"Ingeborg," a modern Germanv
comedy concerning the domestic
problems of a conservative profes-
sor and his young wife, will be pre-
sented by professional German ac-
tors at 8 p.m. Saturday in Patten-
gill Auditorium.
The sophisticated comedy by
Curt Goetz is of the Noel Cowardl
type. The professor of entomology
is disturbed about his charming
Union Show Trip
) Tickets for the Union-spon-
sored trip to the Detroit show-
ing, Sunday, March 6, of "Fifth
Season" starring Chester Mor-
ris may now be obtained at the
Union Student Offices. Priced
at $4.25, tickets include a $2.40
bus trip and a $4.40 orchestra
seat.

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young dramatist comes to visit.
Deutsche Buehne, the German
company, offers the only organ-
ized, professional performances of
German plays outside of New
York.
German Consul in Detroit,Dr.
W. H. van Alsmick, reports that
he was both amused and im-
pressed by the first performance
of "Ingeborg" in Detroit.
The play will be brought to Ann
Arbor under the .auspices of sev-
eral German groups. The Schwa-
ben Verein, the Greater Benefi-
cial Union, the German Park Rec-
reation Club, the Arbeiter Kran-
kenkasse,, and the University of
Michigan' Deutscher Verein are
selling tickets for the March 5
performance.
Student tickets priced at $1.00
may be obtained in the Tappan
Hall German department office.

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