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Michifish Members To Perform

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Swimming talent will be dis-
played Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday at the Women's Pool as
members of Michifish present their
spring" show, "Star Dip."
Coeds and men are preparing
three performances based on the
mythology of the stars, to be
held at 8 p.m. Thursday and Fri-
day and at 3 p.m. Saturday.
24 women will perform the
Milky Way to the music of "Over-
night" while three solos will be
done to the music of "The Sword
and the Rose."
Splash and Sparkle
Eight coeds will splash and
sparkle as they run through their
routine entitled, The Dolphin, to
the tune tof "Black Velvet." Four
swimmers wearing black leotards
will then swim to the refrains of
"Gobelues," as they perform The
Seven University coeds wearing
silver crowns, will swim to the
music of "Shangri-La" as they
perform the Northern Crown.
The show will continue as two
coeds give their version of The
Greater and Lesser Cat to the;
tune of "Thunderbird."
The Lyre
Next, the Lyre will be seen un-
folding with ten agile coeds taking
the part of all the strings.
A change of pace will character-
ize the next portion of "Star Dip,"
as male members of the show pre-
sent comic diving routines.
Twelve men will dive to the tune
of "The Pines of Rome" as they
perform The Dragon. Then, two
men will depict The Twins as they
dive to the refrains of the Magic
Men to Dive
The show will continue with 10
men performing The Bull, to "The
Fiddling Bullfighters" music. Next,
four divers will act out their
routine of The Crab aided by
"Little Red Donkey" music.
To continue the show, five solo
parts doing The Chained Lady;
will swim and dive to "Victory at
Sea music, while eight students
make believe they are "The Fish-
To conclude the show, three
divers will present their perform-
ance of The Ram to the tune of
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" and
for the finale the cast will per-;

UNION OPERA By Virginia Robertson

1p0 OFTEN, ideas and purposes
become mired in the mud
of tradition. -
Too often, people become set in
their ways and demand adherence
to a project which has lost its
original purpose and usefulness.
Too often, traditions are re-
garded with awe and wonder, as
something great and untouchable.
And so, when change occurs, a
wail of protest usually arises from
those who would place tradition
in itself over its purpose.
Something has recently been
dropped from Michigan tradition.
The tradition was one of having
a lot of brave and awkward-look-
ing males shave their legs, put on
feminine skirts and voices, and
get up on a stage to kick up their'
heels for an audience of friends,
relatives and acquaintances.
Of course, such a spectacle can
be humorous-for the first time
you see it. But it's a humor of1
laughing at the participants,
rather than with them or at their;
jokes. People got tired of this kind
of humor and their feelings were
reflected in box office returns.-
And thtis, Union officials, con-;
cerned about the financial state+
of Union Opera, decided to dis-
continue the tradition. Unlike the

"clingers-to-traditions," they real-
ized people were tired of the all-
made burlesque type of produc-
tion and decided to do something
about it.
A NEW all-campus coed show
has been created and will give
its premier performance next fall.
The show itself is not related to
the previous Union Opera, except
that it is Union-sponsored. It is
being called the "Union Coed
Show", until a new and more spec-
ific name is selected. Both men
and women are serving on the
planning committees and will be
taking part in the production next
Already, greater interest than
ever before, has been shown by,
University men and women who
would like to take part in the
new show, according to General
Chairman Don Medalle.
As for whether the show will
be successful in the financial tot-
alings, one can only speculate until
next fall, when the tickets sold
are actually counted up.
But it's in the books now. Union
Opera has become a memory,
along with all the other memories
of the University's discarded tra-
ditions, but that's as it should be
when something loses its purpose.

New Leaders
(Oontinuedl from Page 6)
Piotrowski, Barb Segerlund.
Lou Ann Carmichael, Patricia
Coats, Donna Hewitt, Audrey Katz,
Kathryn Mooney, Carol Moore,
Betty Rider.
Engineering School leaders will
be Margaret Lasota, Dorothy
Lewis, Elizabeth Palmer.
Coeds from Music School
Music School leaders will be
Mary Ann Crugher, Kathryn
Lucas, Barbara Marriott, Frances
Sekles, Civia Weiss.
School of Natural Resources
will be Judith Franklin and Shir-
ley Shelton.
Nursing School leaders will be
Anna Marie Bauer, Margaret
Bearss, Joan Boemer, Janet Clark,
Peggy Cooper, Sandra Fox, Norma
Hayman, Joann Hodgman, Bar-
bara Hoover, Sandra Kopper, Bar-
bara MacMillan, Lois Mills, Sheila
MacDonald, Leona Moore, Mary
Porter, Joanne Preston, Alice Ras-
mussen, Charlotte Robb, Judith
Richards, Mary Schwaderer, Yv-
onne Scrobel, Jacqueline Harnett.
School of Pharmacy leaders will
be Trenna Edmonson and Janice
The School of Dental Hygiene
will have as its leaders, Patricia
Grove, Diane Modzel, Carolyn





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'STAR DIP'-One of the Michifish members is seen practicing
her routine for the spring show, "Star Dip" which will be held
at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday and at 3 p.m. Saturday at the
Women's pool.

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form the King to the refrains of
"The Pines of Rome."
Good Form Desirable
Good form in the basic swim-
ming strokes is desirable as a re-
quirement for entrance into the
group but there is not limit to
numbers chosen. Aspirants are
judged on the form of strokes and
not on speed.
In addition to instruction and
practice in various strokes, Junior
Michifish members practice such
skills as -the back dolphin, front
surface dives and other stunts that
will be a part of the routines as,
Senior Michifish members.
In order to qualify for the senior,
-club, coeds must pass tests includ-
ing swimming and crawl, back, side
and breast strokes.




Petitioning Open for Various Positions




U' Coeds, Men To


At Campus Fashion Show

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For the first time in many years
University men and women will
take a formal look at the fashion
Previewing spring and summer
styles, from Bermuda shorts, to
evening gowns, and surveying the
modern dress of other countries,
students representing various
groups will present "Reflections,"
an all campus fashion show at 8
p.m. Thursday in the Union Ball-
In addition to a roster of pretty
girls, the showing will feature
athletic stars and familiar faces
around campus.
Male Models
Male models will include Ron
Kramer, Carl Woollle, Dick Schatt,
Herb Klinker, Bill MacFarland,
Duke Gregory, Dick Painter, Dave
Cobb, Dick .Goode, Joel Tauber,
Ted Dodenhoff, and Mike Rowe.
Coeds participating will be Bev-
erly Maltz, Jane Ann Griffith,
Nancy Herkenhoff, Mary Frances
Jones, Joan Holmberg, Mary Jane
Hoehl, Carol Seidel, Jane Wilson,
Carol Palmer, Cathy Carreo, Fran
Crowley, Marge Chew, Poan Logan,
Shirley Ann Chennault, and Vera
Representing 14 countries from
; Thailand to El Salvador, interna-

tional students will wear the con-
temporary dress of their home-
American Fashions
The latest American fashion,
donated by local merchants, will
afford viewers a glimpse of the
spring and summer style picture.
"Reflections," is being offered by
the International Students Associ-
ation in conjunction with a group
of University students as part of
the International Week celebra-
This year marks the first time
that a fashion show has beentin-
cluded in the traditional program.
Large-Scale Show
The showing is designed to cover
another facet of American-foreign
student relations, in addition to
offering the first large scale fa-
shion show in many years.
Throughout the show Bob Lauer
and members of the JGP Band
will play background music as
the models appear on stage.
A popular Hawaiian song and
dance group will provide an addi-
tional musical note to the program.
Jane Thompson and Mae-Lan
Lee of China are co-chairmen of
the event. Miss Thompson will
comment on the fashions as they
are shown.

Petitioning is well under way\
now with Panhel Ball posts, Fort-
nite, I-Hop central committee
chairmen and League positions
open to interested students.
League Positions
At the League, positions are
open for Dance Class Chairman,
member of Merit-Tutorial and
Junior Girls Play. A Choral Dir-
ector, Composer-Arranger, Music
Chairman and Scenery Chairman
comprise this group.
For the summer school session,
a League President is needed as
well as Social Chairman, Dance
Class Chairman, Publicity Chair-
man and Chairman of the Judic-
iary Council. Also needed are two
members for the Judiciary Coun-
Petitions are due by 5 p.m. Tues-
day in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
The Interviewing and Nomin-i
ating Committee will be availableI
until Tuesday in the Undergradu-
ate Office from 3 to 5 p.m. to
answer any questions concerning
If a student cannot come to the
League at these times, she can
call any of the coeds on the In-
terviewing and Nominating Com-
mittee who will be glad to help.
Students petitioning for the first
time may find out what the vari-
ous positions entail by reading the
President's Reports in the Library
on the third floor of the League.
Interviewing for the positions
will be held from Tuesday to
Fortnite, I-Hop Positions
Petitioning for Fortnite and I-
Hop central committee chairmen
will remain open until Monday,
May 14.
From 4 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday
in the Vandenburg Room at the.

League, there will be a tea for
those interested in petitioning. Any
questions on petitioning will be
answered at that time by members
of Assembly Board.
Interviews will be held from
Tuesday, May 15 to Friday, May
18. Petitioners are graded on their
petition and the interview.
Petitions are available in the
League Undergraduate Office.
Positions which are open for
Fortnite are the general commit-
tee chairmen for publicity, awards
and patrons, skits and programs.
Decorations, publicity, programs
and patrons, finance and orchestra
and tickets are the committeej
chairmanships which are avail-
Margaret Brake is the generalt
chairman of I-Hop which it tenta-
tively scheduled for October 13.s
The annual Fortnite will be pre-
sented on November 20. Last sem-

el Ball posts will be open today
through 5 p.m. Friday.
Interested coeds may obtain
blanks in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League and sign up for
an interview. Interviews will be
held Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day in the League. The time will
be posted.
Thirteen positions need to be
filled. Two coeds will be chosen
to head the affair as general chair-
man and assistant. A committee
under a chairman and asssitant
will be in charge of tickets.
A programs and patrons chair-
man also with assistant will be
named. Three women will be
chosen to co-ordinate publicity, one
acting as chairman and the others
to assist her.
The decoration committee will
also be under the control of three
women, one chairman and two
assistants. A consultant will also

ester's theme was "Shakespeare be named.
Goes Modern." Held in the middle of the fall
Panhel Ball Posts semester, Panhel Ball is an annual
Petitioning for next fall's Pan- dance.

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