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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1956

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 3,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Junior Coeds
To Present
'Rising High'
Committee Announces
Original Play Chosen
Junior doeds will be "rising
high" as they present this year's
Junior Girls Play, scheduled to
make its debut Thursday, March
22, in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
"Rising High" is the title chosen
by the JGP Central Committee to
head the original play by Sally
Miller and will be carried out in
the title song composed by show
director Sue Arnold.
On their opening night, the
more than 13 cast members will
dance and sing before the audience
of senior women as part of Senior
Night festivities.
The musical will be presented
for the entire campus on Friday
and Saturday, March 23 and 24.
This year as in the past, an air
of mystery "shrouds" the plot
which will not be revealed untll
the first curtain rises.
Joan Holmberg will take the
lead while secondary leading roles
will be played by Susan Burger,
Franne Crowley, Pauline Shambes,
Susan Hetherington and Ginny
Mullins.
Sectional rehearsals are taking
place with dance chairmen Robbi
Arnold, Gaille Valentine and Pat-
tie Drake rehearsing dancers and
choral director Judy Huber leading
singers. Sue Arnold is working
with coeds who have speaking
parts.

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New WAA President
Reveals Board Plans

PRICE

DROP'

By VIRGINIA ROBERTSON
Charlotte Haller was appointed
new president of the Women's
Athletic Association yesterday by
the organization's senior inter-
viewing board.
Miss Haller, a junior in the liter-
ary college who is majoring in
speech correction, has served as
manager of the Tennis Club in her
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PAUL BUNYAN-"... Old lumberjacks deny the gossip that Paul
Bunyan had a wife. They insist that his mammoth love was the
forest, and that the first time he looked at a woman he said:
Foresters To Present
aU Bunyan. Dance

Executive Board, so they will be
able to understand the structure of
the board and' of the national
American Federation of College
Women groups."
Many Activities
Affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta,
Miss Haller has been active in
many other campus activities. She
has served as the programs chair-'
man of Lantern Night, manager
of the WAA basketball tourna-
ment, freshman'orientation leader
and has been elected first vice-
president of her sorority.
After graduation, she plans to
go into the public schools or a
clinic to work as a speech correc-
tionist for children.
The new president will be a
member of the interviewing com-
mittee which will choose the other
members of her board for the com-
ing term.
Other Positions
Interviewing for other board
positions will begip Monday. Posi-
tions to be filled include vice-pre-
sident of student relations, vice-
president of special projects, co-
recreation manager, secretary,
treasurer, AFCW representative,
sorority manager, dormitory man-
ager, league house manager, public
relations representative, corecrea-
tional tournament manager and
publicity agent for The Daily.
New managers will be chosen
for the Basketball, Camp Counsel-
ors, Fencing, Field Hockey, Golf,
Michifish, Rifle, Tennis, Softball,
Badminton, Bowling, Speed Swim-
ming, Ballet, Ice Skating, Modern
Dance and Riding Clubs.
New officials for these clubs will
be announced at Installation Night
on Monday, April 16.
Co-Sponsors Michigras
The WAA co-sponsors with the
Union, Michigras and Spring
Weekend on alternating years.
This year, Michigras will be pre-
sented on Friday and Saturday,
April 20 and 21.
Several all-campus women's
tournaments are run by the WAA,
such as the basketball, volleyball,
ping pong, badminton, tennis,
bowling and softball tournaments.

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Semester Rate WAS $4

Paul Bunyan, the mythical l
ger, will reign supreme fromr
p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Ma
10, when the Foresters' Club p
sents its annual all-campus da
in the Union Ballroom.
Tickets for the event may be p
chased from any club member
the Administration Building,
at the School of Natural Resou
office in the Natural Scie
Building.
The first Paul Bunyan Da
which" this year is entitled
Paul Bunyan Ball, was held sev
years ago when the foresters
cided that they would present
dance different from anyth
ever held on the campus bef'
'57 Sophomore
Class Productior
To Include Men
Beginning next fall men are
ing to be allowed to take part
the sacred, formerly all-won
League sophomore class project
Recently there has develope
desire for something more that
coed show.
To meet this increasing dema
coeds on this' year's Soph Sc:
dals central committee beg
working on the idea of open
their class project to all the sop:
more men and women on camp
Being presented for the f
time next fall, this new cam:
show will be a musical com
with men and women work
side-by-side on all the comn
tees as well as participating in
actual show.
aGroundwork Begins Early
Members of the Soph Scand
central committee started lay
the ground work for the new p:
duction last December, notify
the Inter-Fraternity Council a
the Inter-House Council in Jo
u ary.
The IFC and the IHC pick
several men to help the coeds p
the new project.
Members of the planning co
mittee are holding a mass meet
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March
in the League. At this meeti
these members will explain pl
for the new show.
Petitioning
Petitioning for the central coa
mittee for next fall' product:
will begin Monday, March 12, a
will continue to Tuesday, Ma]
20.
"Everyone in the freshman el
may petition for any of the c
tral committee chairmanshir
Mary Klauer, general chairman
Soph Scandals said.
The planning committee, wh
will be doing the interviewing a:
nominating, will select a man a
woman for each chairmanship
the central committee.
Positions Still Open
Positions which are open inchu
the general chairman, treasu:
and secretary. Other posts v
be production, make-up, scri
publicity and program chairmar
Continuing the list of openir
are the dance, music and c<
tumes chairmanships, as well
two choral directors and two sor
omore directors.

CHARLOTTE HALLER

log-a
n 8 They rented an old barn and
rch went clad in their oldest clothes.
re- Plaid Shirt Day
nce A plaid shirt day will be held
Wednesday when the foresters will
fur- don their logging garb to set the
at mood for the dance on Saturday
and night.
rces Red Johnson's orchestra will
nce provide music for the men and
their dates as they re-enact the
nce, traditions of the days when log-
th~ ging was the most colorful indus-
eral try on the continent.
de- Intermission entertainment will
t a feature the forestry jug band andI
ling a log sawing contest. Song sheets
ore. will be passed among the couples
enabling them to join group sing-
ing.
Pine Atmosphere to Prevail
As in former years, pine trees
will be put up around the room to
create the proper atmosphere.
Decorations- will also include
equipment from each department
of the School of Natural Resourc-
go- es: forestry, wildlife management,
in wood technology, conservation and
en, fisheries.
Paul Bunyan is the legendary
d a figure about whom stories and
n a tradition have been told and re-
told as a part of the lumberman's
nd, lore.
an- Foresters will wear posters on
gan their backs, informing passersby
ing that its bearer is selling tickets to
ho- the dance.

sophomore year and is dormitory
manager of this year's WAA Ex-
ecutive Board.
As president of the WAA, Miss
Haller said she hopes to "orient
house athletic managers with the

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Riding Club To

Sponsor

Events for 'U' Equestrians

For men and women who wish to
get away from the study grind and
into the "great outdoors," the Rid-
ing Club meets twice weekly, spon-
soring trail and ring-rinding at
the Huron River Stables.
A re-organization meeting of
this co-recreational club will be
held at 5:10 p.m. Monday in the
small lounge of the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
Plans will be made at this meet-
ing for the coming semester's pro-
gram of riding activities, according
to co-manager's Erwin Perelstein
and Peg. Davis.
Many Horses
Fifteen to 20 horses are available
for students' use, ranging from
quiet horses for beginners and non-
riders, to more spirited horses for
the more advanced riders.
"No previous riding experience
is necessary," the co-managers
stressed.

During the semester, the club
will attend other horse shows and
visit ranches in the area to see dif-
ferent breeds of horses.
Trail Riding
When the weather is nice, mem-
bers will go trail riding, and if it
rains, there is an indoor riding ring
at their disposal.
"We've planned all sorts of ac-
tivities, such as hayrides, supper
rides, frolicking, square dances and
associated activities," Miss Davis
said.
Within the club is a special drill
team, 'Crop and Saddle,' which
will be appearing in the Michigras
parade and will perform at var-
ious exhibitions.
For riding in the ring, contin-
uous music will be supplied from
current recording artists ranging
in mood from the classics to mo-
dern "rock-and-roll" favorites.

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