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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1955

THE MICHIGAN" DAILY

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~U~DAY. NOV~MEER 20. 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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South Quad Plans 'Noel Moderne'

Men,

Coeds

Tryouts To Be Held for Gulantics

To Compete

Colorful decorations with a mod-
ern flavor will highlight South
Quadrangle's annual "Noel Mod-
erne" to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10, at
the Quadrangle.
"Starburst" has been chosen as
the theme for this year's affair.
As in previous years abstract-type
decorations will carry out the
theme in colors of gunmetal brown,
shocking pink, battleship gray and
turquiose.
Decorations will be highlighted
by various mobiles which have be-
come traditional at "Noel Mod-
erne."
Orchestra and Combo
Couples attending the affair will
dance to the music of Don Bari
and his orchestra and Danny
Sheahan's Combo.
Silvin Koltyk, accordianist, will
play in Club "600" from midnight
to 1 a.m. At this time couples may
participate in Christmas carol
singing.
Tickets for the dance will be
available at the main desk of
South Quadrangle beginning to-
morrow and continuing until Fri-
day, Dec. 9. Residents may also.
purchase tickets from the social
chairmen of their houses.
Dance Patrons
President and Mrs. Harlan Hat-
cher have been asked to serve as
patrons for the annual semi-for-
mal dance.
Other patrons include Vice-
President and Mrs. James A. Lewis,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, As-
sistant Dean and Mrs. Peter A.
Ostafin and Prof. Lionel Laing.
Russel Thayer is designer of the
decorations for the dance.
"Variation in Color" was the
theme of the 1954 "Noel Moderne."
Theater Troupe
To Give Auditions
Today At League
Various roles are available to
University students in a forth-
coming Ann Arbor Civic Theater
presentation, entitled "R-X".
Any students who are interested
in singing, nimble on their feet or
like to act are invited by the Civic
Theater to tryout for the opening
at 2 p.m. today in the League.
,The play this year is a delight-
ful musical comedy which is cen-
tered around the marital diffi-
culties of an intern and his wife,
a nurse.
It is an original play written by
Dr. Thomas Millar, a junior clini-
cal instructor of psychiatry, and
his wife. They not only wrote the
story, but also composed the music
for this feature.
In charge of the choreography
for this presentation will be Nancy
Carrington.

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n Volleyball
Matches Will Provide
Recreation, Relaxation
For Student Players

Student acts of all types-com-
edians, singers, instrumentalists
and dancers, in group numbers or
solos-are equally encouraged to
audition for Gulantics, the annual1
all-campus talent revue.
Those interested in trying out
may make an appointment with
the League representative in
charge of' auditioning Gwynne
Finkleman, who can be reached at
NO 3-3384. Tryouts are to be:
held on Friday, Dec. 2, and Satur-
day, Dec. 3.
The only campus show depend-
ing upon the audience to decide
the winners, Gulantics will present
cash prizes to the three winning
acts, determined by an audiomet-
er.

and publicity for the show, while
the Union manages the staging
and the League takes care of the
talent department.
To Feature Ten Acts
Consisting of about 10 acts com-
peting for prizes, this year's per-
formance will be held sometime in
mid-winter in Hill Auditorium.
Last year the Psurfs, 12 singers
from the Lawyers Club, captured
the top award with their novelty
numbers.
Tenor Al Crofoot and Rand Os-
land, a tap dancer, tied for second
prize.
Also competing on the program
were Paul Brodie and "The Star-

dusters," offering a Latin touch
with South American numbers;
blues singer Myki Gold; "The Mid-
night Suns," a quartet, presenting
their own version of "Rigoletto"
and Irish tenor Earl Sayer.
Other acts included a modern
dance interpretation by Ed Bar-
rera and Sandy Bader and the
Charleston-Aires-Dancers with a
bit of atmosphere from the "Roar-
ing Twenties."
In the non-competitive section
were an exhibition by the League
dancing class, several selections
by the Men's Glee Club and, con-
cluding the performance, a fac-
ulty act.

Do your Christmas shopping
early! Come in and choose
from our large selection of
baby gifts and yarn goods.
We have greeting cards, too.

"NOEL MODERNE"-Abstract mobiles which have become a tra-
dition at South Quadrangle's "Noel Moderne" will highlight the
decorations again this year. The annual semi-formal dance will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Quadrangle.
TEMPOS THROUGH TIME:
Central Commitee Selects
1956 Michigras Theme

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"Tempos Through Time" has
been decided. upon as the theme of
the 1956 Michigras by central com-
mittee members.
Barney Helzberg and Paula
Strong, co-chairmen have agreed
that this musical theme has end-
less possibilities for being carried
out, for all aspects of the event,
such as in the Michigras parade
as well as in the booths section of
the carnival.
Theme ideas may extend from
the bongo drums of primitive man,
through the stately minuets of
Mozart, to the frolicing gay nine-
ties, on through the rip-roaring
twenties, right on up to the modern
jazz age with "Rock Around the
Clock," according to the co-chair-
men.
April 20 and 21
The two-day event will be pre-
sented April 20 and 21 with late
permission of 1:30 a.m. being pro-
vided for women students both
nights.
Helzberg also remarked that he
believed that the theme "has more
motion and color than previous
themes."
"For instance," he continued,
"this year for the first time, the
theme of 'Tempos Through Time'
can be easily adapted to produce
such booths as 'Break the Record,'

to something like 'So You Want
To Lead a Band."
Parade Meeting
After Thanksgiving, housing re-
presentatives will be contacted
concerning a meeting to discuss
the parade with Libby Garland and
Bill Miller, parade co-chairmen.
Full information regarding the
construction of floats will be given
at this meeting. Spending limits,
materials which can be used and
construction methods will be ex-
plained by the co-chairmen.
Other serious theme considera-
tions of the central committee
were such ideas as -"Oscar pre-
sents," concerning A c a d e m y
Award winning movies, hobbies,
international travel and the Am-
erican political scene.
Miss Strong and Helzberg added,
"We have set the basic theme and
then each house may work out its
own interpretations and ideas.
Theme of the last Michigras was
"Life's A Book," which depicted
chapters in the life of the Michi-
worm.

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