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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Students To Audition for Gulan tics

Three grand prizes of $100, $50
and $25 will be the coveted awards
presented to the winners of the
eighth annual Gulantics.
Student acts are currently en-
couraged to try out for the all
campus variety show, which will
be presented on Saturday, Feb. 25,
at Hill Auditorium. Also urged to
audition are single acts, instru-
mentalists, dancers, singers, im-
personators and comedians.
Tryouts will be held from 1 to
5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Union.
A committee consisting of mem-
bers from the Men's Glee Club,
the Union and the League, have
asked that students appear at the
audition as fully prepared as pos-
sible, keeping in mind the actual
Gulantics performance.
Students are also requested to
provide their own accompanist for
the 15 minute audition. A piano
will be available in the tryout
room.
Aided by Walter S. Collins, act-
ing director of the Men's Glee
Club, the committee asks that stu-
dents auditioning have in mind
what properties they will need for
their performance and what type
of attire they will wear.
Appointments for try-outs may
be obtained by contacting Gwynne
Finkleman, the League representa-
tive in charge of auditioning, at
NO 3-3384.
Competing for the $175 in prizes
at the February performance of
Gulantics will be 10 acts selected
on the basis of the auditions.
The winners of Gulantics will be
determined by an audiometer.
Coeds To Sign-Up
For JGP Jobs
At Mass Meeting
Members of the Junior Girls
Play central committee will pre-
sent an original skit by Sally
Miller at the JGP mass meeting
slated for 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
the League Ballroom.
Inviting all junior coeds to the
meeting, Nancy MacDonald, gen-
eral chairman, points out that wo-
menneed have no special talent to
help with the play which will be
y produced on Friday and Satur-
day, March 23 and 24.
After the skit, coeds will have
an opportunity to sign up to work
on the various JGP committees at
gaily decorated booths set up by
committee heads.
Women who would like to be in
the show's cast will be able to sign
up but will also have to audition
during the try-out period in Feb-
ruary.
JGP treasurer, Jeanne Newell,
has requested that coeds bring
their $1 junior class dues to the
mass meeting to facilitate dues
collection.
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-Daily-Esther Goudsmit
GULANTICS AUDITIONS-Fred Williams and Jim Hardy listen
as Tad Lucas auditions for Gulantics, the all-campus variety show
which will be presented on Saturday, Feb. 25, at Hill Auditorium.
Tryouts will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Saturday in the Union.
SENIOR WOMEN'S SOCIETY:
Mortar Board Members
W I Host Alumnae at Tea

ADC Meets
To Discuss
Future Plans
Group Hears Reports
On Parents Weekend,
Petitioning for 'A' Ball
By BEATA JORGENSON
Petitioning for "A" Ball and the
proposed parents weekend were
among the topics discussed at the
Assembly Dormitory Council meet-
ing, held yesterday in the League.
"A" Ball petitioning began yes-
terday and will continue until
Monday, Dec. 12. Chairmanship
positions for all of the general
committees are now open. Infor-
mation and petitions are available
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
ADC members brought back
some unfavorable reports from the
dormitories in regard to the pro-
posed parents weekend. Women
preferred to have open-open
houses rather than an entire week-
end for their parents due to the
difficulty there would be in secur-
ing accommodations for so many
people.
Women living off campus were
urged to become associate mem-
bers of some dormitory so that
they can be made to feel more a
part of that group's activities.
Polgar, an Austrian hypnotist,
is going to appear at a show on
Friday, Feb. 17 to be sponsored
by ADC and IHC. Tickets for the
performance will be sold in the
Administration Building during
spring Orientation week and in
Hill Auditorium during the week
before the show.
Mary Jane Passman, social
chairman of Assembly, announced
a meeting for all social committee
chairmen to be held at 1:30 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 10, in the Ann Ar-
bor and Kalamazoo rooms of the
League.
All women interested in the As-
sembly Newsletter were invited to
attend a committee meeting at 4
p.m. Thursday in the League. The
room will be posted.
Assembly officers for this year
include, Jeannette Grimn as presi-
dent, with Ilene Pavlove and Jo
Osmond as first and second vice-
presidents respectively. Joan Ma*
son is the secretary for Assembly
while Sharon Chynowith is the
treasurer.

Mortar Board, an all-campus
honor society for senior women, is
planning to hold the first alumnae
tea in the history of the society on
Wednesday, at the home of Mrs.
Harlan Hatcher.
Mary Cross, who is in charge of
alumnae invitations, said that 700
alumnae from as far back as the
class of 1918, when Mortar Board
was founded, have been invited to
attend the tea.
Invitations have been sent to
Alumnae in the United States and
abroad, and replies ha.ve been re-
ceived from such countries as
France and England.
200 Guests
Including the mothers of the
actives, the honor society plans to
host 200 guests.
Another important first con-
cerning this event. is that it is the
first tea of this sort to be hold at
the Hatcher home.
The advisors for this tea are
Mrs. Hatcher, Prof. Hazel Losh, of
the astronomy department, and
Mrs. Ruth Callahan, administra-
tive assistant to dean of men.
Pourers for Tea.
The "pourers" for the occasion
include: Mrs.' Callahan; Prof.
Losh; Margaret Bell, recorder, of
the School of Education; Ethel
McCormick, social director of wo-
men; Mrs. James A. Lewis and
Miss Marie Hartwig, supervisor in
physical education for women.
Women are selected for mem-
bership in the honorary on the
basis of service, scholarship and
leadership.
To be eligible for membership in
Mortar Board a coed must have a

grade average at least three-tenths
of a point above the all campus
women's average.
Black and Gold Pin
Members of the honorary can
be identified by their pin, a small
black and gold mortar board in-
scribed with the Greek letters for
Pi Sigma Alpha.
Each year the membership of
Mortar Board awards a $100
scholarship to a University coed
entering her senior year.
Mortar Board was organized
nationally on February 16, 1918.
The University was among the
founding schools. As a national
group the society holds conven-
tions, publishes a quarterly maga-
zine and helps the individual
chapters.

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Events Around Campus

WATCH REPAIR
4-DAYS SERVICE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
KAIN JEWELERS
725 N. University (Upstairs)

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
-Playing at 5:10 p.m. today in
Barbour Gymnasium will be Delta
Delta Delta versus Pi Beta Phi,
team I. At 7:15 p.m. Kleinsteuck
Hall, team II will oppose Sigma
Kappa and Fletcher Hall will op-
pose Jordan Hall, team I.
* * *
RIFLE CLUB-Meeting of the
Women's Rifle Club will be held at
7 p.m. today in the basement of
the Women's Athletic Building.
* * *
BALLET CLUB-Members of the
Ballet Club will meet today in
Barbour Gymnasium. Beginners
and advanced lessons will be at 7,
p.m. with the business meeting
scheduled for 7:50 p.m. Rehear-
sals will be held immediately fol-
lowing the meeting.
* * *
CROP AND SADDLE-Crop and
Saddle members will meet at 7

p.m. today in front of the Wom-
en's Athletic Building. If a mem-
ber cannot be there, he should
call one of the club managers.
* * *
MICHIGRAS - Meeting of the
Michigras booths committee twill
be held at 7 p.m. today in the
League. The room number will be
posted on the bulletin board.
* * *
SENIOR NIGHT - Petitioning
for chairmanship positions for
Senior Night is open until, Mon-
day. I nterviewing will be con-
ducted from Tuesday, Dec. 6, to
Friday, Dec. 9.
* * *
FRENCH PLAY-Tryouts for the
50th annual French play will be
held from 3 to 5:15 p.m. today and
tomorrow in room 408 of the Ro-
mance Language Building. All
students with some knowledge of
French are eligible.

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