SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1956
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Gulantics To Feature Student Acts
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Student talent will be displayed
at the 1956 Gulantics, to be held
at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in
Sponsored by the Union, League
and Men's Glee Club, the annual
variety show features seven com-
peting student acts along with oth-
ers not entered for a prize.
John Schubeck and Bob Trost
will act as emcees for the evening.
Opening the show will be a
musical number by the Scotties,
a musical harmony group.
A coronet trio of Carmen Spad-
aro, Emerson Head and Dick
Longfield will next take the spot-
They will be followed by music
school soprano Margaret Bell with
the Ann Arbor Alley Cats perform-
ing after Miss Bell.
Entered as the first non-com-
peting act is a League dance class
Following a short intermission,
the program will continue with se-
lections by the Men's Glee Club,
another non-competing act.
Two pianists, Barbara Mariott
and Kathryn Lucas, are scheduled
next with several two-piano num-
Contours to Sing
Songs by the Contours, a musi-
cal group which varies its enter-
tainment with singing and or-
chestral music, will follow.
Graduate voice major, Hildred
Kronlakken will present the next
act with a surprise faculty act to
follow on the agenda.
While the Psurfs close the show,
.Steve Hauser, Glee Club president,
Walter Collins, acting Glee Club
director, Fred Williams from e
Union and Gwynne Finkleman
representing the League, will judge
the winners according to audience
preferences, as registered on an
CORNET TRIO-Dick Longfield, Emerson Head and Carmen
Spadaro practice for the number they will perform at Gulanties.r
The group is one of seven competing student acts which makes
up the 1956 talent show, which will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 25 in Hill Auditorium.
WAA Rifle Club Schedules
Meeting For New Members
Students who enjoy dancing will
find opportunities at the Union
and League dances to be held
throughout the semester.
Men and their dates will have
a chance to end the weekend by
attending the Union's free record
dance, to be held from 8 to 10
p.m. tomorrow in the Terrace
One feature of this end-of-the-
weekend affair is a wide selection
of the latest dance recordings.
Free Entertainment a
George Henrich, chairman of
the Union dance committee, em-
phasizes the fact that the enter-
tainment is offered free of charge.
Intended to provide relaxation
after a busy weekend and before
a busy week, the dance will be
Sponsored by the Union dance
committees, the weekly events
will take place under the direction
of Al Winklestein.
Also on the semester's agenda
are a series of League dances,
called Campus Club, which will
be comparable to the Union's Little
The first dance of the series will
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Paul Brodie and his Orchestra
will furnish the music for dancing
and will feature a half hour floor
show during intermission.
Couples will find refreshments
in the Michigan room located di-
rectly across the hall from the
Campus Club's aim will be siml-
lar to the Little Club's, in that it
will provide a place for both af-
filiated and independent men and
women with a place to dance on a
Other Campus Club dances will
be announced by -the League in
For University men and women
who would like to attend these
dances, but are not too sure of the
steps, the League is again planning
Beginning, intermediate and ad-
vanced instruction will be offered
at these lessons.
On the immediate agenda of the
dance class committee is a mass
meeting, to be held at 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday in the League Ball-
Demonstrations of various popu-
lar dance steps, as well as exhi-
bition dances, will be shown to
those students attending the meet-
Classes, under the direction of
John Urbanic, will begin on Mon-
day, Feb. 27 with advanced couples
at 7:15 p.m. and an exhibition
class at 8:30 p.m.
On Tuesday and Wednesday,
Feb. 28 and 29, classes for be-
ginning singles will be held at '7:15
p.m., while intermediate couples
will start at 8:30 p.m. These les-
sons will last for eight weeks.
All classes are free to coeds.
JANICE ENGLISH JEAN SUPERNAU
Reorganizational meeting of the'
Women's Rifle Club will be held
at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the basement
of the Women's Athletic Build-
Roberta Gubbins, manager of
the club, stressed that there is no
qualification for membership, since
students of any skill level may
participate. Beginners, as well as
advanced, may join the group.
All equipment such as rifles,
ammunition, shooting coats and
gloves will be furnished to coeds
Coed Scholarships Offered
All interested junior women may
now petition for the three Ethel
McCormick Scholarships of 100
Awarded on the primary basis
of participation in campus acti-
vities, the coed's scholastic ach-
For Stage Roles
In Cast of JGP
Providing the last opportunity
for junior women to join the cast
of the 1956 Junior Girls Play, try-
outs will be held for the last time
from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday in the
Conducting auditions for sing-
ing, dancing and dramatic roles,
are Sue Arnold, director, and oth-
* er members of JGP central com-
Coeds who have specialty acts
or other specific routines worked
up, are also asked to try out.
Miss Arnold has requested that
women Wear Bermuda shorts or
full skirts and bring any music
they use in their act.
Announcement of cast members
will be made Tuesday in The Daily
and a mass rehearsal will be held
All committees for JGP have
started work on "behind-the-
scenes" projects for the produc-
tion, which will be presented
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March 22, 23 and 24.
ievement and campus activities
will also be taken into considera-
Applications for the awards may
be picked up in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. Two let-
ters of recommendation must be
sent directly to Erika Erskine at
the Undergraduate Office by the
time the petition is handed in.
Further information regarding
petitioning deadlines and inter-
viewing dates will be announced
Interviewing of candidates will
be done by Mary Slawson, treas-
urer of the League and Alice Bas-
ford, Alicia Tarrant and Carol
Sparkie, senators-at-large from
the Women's Senate.
Miss Erskine is chairman of the
Announcement of Winners
Winners of the scholarships
will be announced at Installation
Night, Monday, April 16.
Ethel A. McCormick, better
known to women on campus as
"Miss Mac," is the social director
of the League. She is responsible
for the co-ordination and direc-
tion of all activities carried on by
the Women's League.
These scholarships have become
a tradition honoring coeds on
Coeds receiving the awards last
year were Hazel Frank, League
president, Alice James, first vice-
president of the League and
Claudia Moore. Smith.
in the club by the Women's Ath-
letic Association. Instruction will
also be provided.
Teams within the club have,
been planned by Miss Gubbins,
which will be picked at random.)
She said she hoped that by this
method the team members would
work together to raise the team
Miss Gubbins said that from the
top two teams, a group will be
chosen to compete in postal and
other matches which have been
"These postal matches," Miss
Gubbins explained, "are shot on an
individualbasis through challenges
sent to various, women's rifle
teams in the nation.
The scoresare then mailed back
and forth to the schools and a
winner is determined."
Miss Gubbins said that these
inter-collegiate matches are spon-
sored by the National Rifle As-
Other plans for club members
include a playday to be held -Sat-
urday, March 24 at Wayne Uni-
versity in Detroit. Miss Gubbins
said "Wayne has sent us an invi-
tation to send about ten people
there to shoot a match that day."
Regular meetings of the club
will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesdays
in the WAB.
The club is sponsored by the
League To Hold
Beginning Tuesday, the Wom-
en's League will offer bridge les-
sons to all students, faculty and
residents of Ann Arbor.
These classes are for anyone
who is interested in learning how
to play bridge or who wishes to
improve his game. There will be
both individual and group instruc-
Starting at 7:30 p.m., the les-
sons will be held for an hour ev-
ery Tuesday for eight weeks.
Prospective students may sign
up for the classes at the Tuesday,
Feb. 28 lesson.
MEETING - An extra pledge
trainer's meeting will be held at
1 p.m. today at Collegiate Sor-
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ed in working on Assembly Ball
decorations may contact Sarah
Kolin at 3570 Alice Lloyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Krist-
offerson of Manistique announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Edith Mary, to Alden Edward
Graneggen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alden E. Graneggen of Findlay,
Miss Kristofferson is a senior
in dental hygiene and received her
B.A. degree from the University
of Michigan in June, 1954.
Mr. Graneggen is a senior in
the School of Dentistry. He is a
member of Delta Sigma Delta.
The couple plan to have a June
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Laird of
Ann Arbor have announced the
engagement of their niece, Janice
Lee English, daughter of Mr. and
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Lt. James Norris Bowman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bowman of
Miss English is a freshman in
the literary college and is a pledge
of Pi Beta Phi.
Lt. Bowman graduated from the
School of Education this month.
He is a member of Sigma Chi, the
"M" Club and the varsity football
Jean Emily Supernau's engage-
ment to Frank A. Beattie, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Beattie
of Louisville, Ky., was announced
recently by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chester D. Supernau of Grand
Miss Supernau is a junior in the
School of Education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Beatie is a senior in the
The wedding of Jeannie Lorna
Cowper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Cowper, Sr. of Galt, On-
tario, and Neil Whitworth McDon-
ald, son of Mr. and Mrs. James S.
McDonald of Preston, Ontario, was
held April 29 in the New St.
James Presbyterian Church in
Mr. McDonald is a sophomore
in the literary college and a mem-
ber of the varsity hockey team.
League petitioning for senior
posts will be open until 5 p.m.
Monday. Interviewing for these
positions will be held from
Tuesday to Friday, March 10.
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