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TITMSDAT, OMOBER 27,1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Union Events

Will Provide

Woman, Class of '89,
Returns for Initiation

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JIMMY LObAUGH will be one of the acts featured at the
1955 Varsity Night.

Annual Varsity Night
Will Present 74 Acts

Free Dancing
Affair Will Feature
Popular Recordings,
Relaxed Atmosphere
The Michigan Union will pre-
sent the first of a series of free
record dances to be held on Friday
and Saturday nights throughout
the semester, from 9 p.m. until
midnight tomorrow in the Terrace
Room of the Union.
These informal dances will be
held on every occasion that there
is not a major social function on
campus.
They are an extension of the
record dances, which are held reg-
ularly every Sunday night. There
will be a free record dance this
Sunday, climaxing the week-end's
social events.
Popular Dance Records
The Union has a large selection
of popular dance records, includ-
ing those featuring the orchestras
of Les Elgart, Les Brown and Harry
James.
Union officials invite any inter-
ested couples to attend, emphasiz-
ing the fact that the entertainment
is offered free of charge and that
an informal, relaxed atmosphere
will prevail.
These dances will be sponsored
by the Union dance committee,
whose chairman is George Hen-
rich.
Chairman of Affair
Al Winklestein is in charge of
the affair.
The regular Sunday night record
dances and the newly introduced
Friday and Saturday night dances
are just two of the many features
offered by the Union.
This week's Friday night dance
will be held in place of the regular
Little Club dance which will be
presented again next Friday.

JULIA EMANUEL

Ushering in Homecoming week-
end, the 17th Annual Varsity Night
sponsored by the University Bands
will be held at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow
at Hill Auditorium.
The star-studded program, con-
sisting of both campus and pro-
fessional acts, will be emceed by
Howard Nemerovski and Steve
Filipiak.
Under the direction of Prof. W.
D. Revelli, the Symphony Band
will begin the program with "The
World Is Waiting For The Sun-
rise," featuring Raymond Young,
euphoniom soloist, and will follow
with trumpetist John Alexander,
accompanying "La Virgen de la
Macarena."
Joanne Simmens, a lyric so-
prano, will sing "Lover Come Back
to Me" while "Chalk Talk," a de-
scriptive monologue, will be pre-
sented by Jon Collins, Jerry Hays
and Richard Philips.
Tenor Solos
Tenor solos will be next on the
program, with Daniel Pressley
singing three selections.
John Schubeck and Robert Trost
will be featured in a radio skit
entitled :"Sales Talk" and willsbe
followed by the performance of a
vocal quintet known as "The Scot-
ties."
"Carnival of Venice" and "Sabre
Dance" or "Czardas" will be per-
formed by accordianist Larry
Hurst.
Mystery and suspense will set
the stage for Russ Brown and
company, as they present a magi-
cal illusion featuring "The Amrah
Levitation" and a demonstration
of a "floating lady."
Varied Acts
Edward Gagniner, juggler and

unicyclist; Jimmy Lobaugh, im-
personationist; and Beate Kaul-
fuss, pianist, will also appear on
the program.
Donning blue and white checked
bonnets, Prof. Harold Haugh of
music school and Walter Collins,
acting director of the Men's Glee
Club, will highlight the "Baby Bon-
net Blues" in their duet.
In a special guest appearance,
Miss America of 1955, Lee Ann
Meriwether, will conduct an in-
formal interview with football
players Dick Balzhiser and Danny
Cline.
Closing the show will be the
performance of "The Victors" byl
the Symphony Band, conducted by
the composer of the march, Louis
Elbel.

By SUE RAUNHEIM
The oldest living woman phar-
macy student is returning to the
University.
She has not come to study. Julia
E. Emanuel, 85 years old, was
initiated yesterday into Lambda
Kappa Sigma, national profession-
al pharmacy sorority for women.
Miss Emanuel was born in An-
twerp, Ohio. Her father was a
doctor who carried his pill case
in his saddle bags. In 1876 he
visited the Centennial Exposition
in Philadelphia and died of typhoid
fever shortly after.
Mother Opens Drug Store
Her mother took over his pills
and medicine and opened a drug
store. By this time Julia's career
had been decided. She would be
a pharmacist.
She was graduated from the
School of Pharmacy at the Uni-
versity in 1889, the only woman in
a class of 40 men.
Until 1942, the electric sign
"Miss Emanuel, Drugs" hung over
her shop on West Wayne Street,
Fort Wayne Indiana. Wishing to
be relieved of some responsibility,
she sold her business. Although
she was past 70, she still could not
relax.
Couldn't Be Idle"
"I simply couldn't be idle," she

commented. "A person keeps young
when working on a definite sched-
ule."
In 1939 Miss Emanuel attended
the 50th reunion of her graduating
class. At this time, she was ad-
mitted to the Emeritus Club, open
only to men and women who grad-
uated 50 years ago.
Asked about her secret fountain
of youth, she exclaimed, "Age,
that's simply a matter of the mind.
It never occurred to me to consider
it a barrier. When I want to do
something, I do it.
Good Posture Important
"Associating with young people
and their activities help keep a
person young." She also added
that good posture was important.
"Standing erect is not only. more
comfortable but it aids our body
functions."
Miss Emanuel's life has been a
full one. She reads often and is
a gracious hostess. Her favorite
sport is golf,
When asked why she never mar-
ried, Miss Emanuel quipped, "I
have always maintained that it is
impossible to do two jobs well.
I am a chemist."
MU PHI EPSILON
Gamma chapter of Mu Phi
Epsilon will present a musicale
tonight for Mrs. Eleanor Wil-
son, national president of the
sorority.
The alumnae chapter's part
in the program will feature
Norma Heyde, soprano, and
Mrs. Robert Courte, pianist.
Actives Jane Stoltz and Cam-
illa Doppman will play a duet,
and the vocal ensemble of the
Michigan State Normal College
chapter will also participate.

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Monday Noon to 8:30 P.M.
Tuesday thru Saturday, 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

COUZENS HALL HOUSING
COMMITTEE. Couzens Hall hous-
ing committee of Assembly Associ-
ation will meet at 4 p.m. today at
the League.
FIELD HOCKEY PRACTICE.
Field hockey practice will be at
4:30 p.m. today at the WAB. Mem-
bers are requested to bring club
dues. A game with Michigan State
University will be held at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow at Palmer Field.
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SOPH SCANDALS. 'There will
be a program committee meeting
at 5 p.m. today. There will also be
a stunts committee and a publicity

committee meeting at 7 p.m. to-
night.
MODERN DANCE CLUB. The
Modern Dance Club will meet at
7 p.m. today in Barbour Gymnas-
ium.
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BOWLING CLUB. Bowling Club
will meet at 7:15 p.m. today at
the WAB bowling alleys.

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