THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY
THEMIHIG__ AIL PGE IV
Mass Meeting Will Initiate
Plans for Spring Weekend
COMMITTEE VACANCIES ANNOUNCED:
Petitioning for Panhel, League Posts To Begin
THOUGHTFUL MCXOD-Rob Trost, and John Schubeck discuss
plans for their act which will appear in Varsity Night at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 13,An Hill Auditorium.
Varsii'y Night To Offer
C omedy USIC, MgiC
Men and women interested iny
becoming chairmen of the bi-an-
nual Spring Weekend will have a
mass meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in rooms 3R and 38 of the
General co-chairmen for the
tradtiional Skit Night and dance
are Nancy Blumberg, WAA vice-
president in charge of special pro-
jects, and Bill Miller, who was ap-
pointed by the Union.
Heading the list of positions is
that of secretary, for which the
general co-chairmen would prefer
a coed, and finance, for which Miss
Blumberg and. Miller would pre-
fer a man.
All other positions will have co-
chairmen, a man and a woman.
These posts include publicity,
which deals with all radio, televi-
sion and poster publicity;tickets,
which, entails the printing and
handling of them; and programs
for Skit Night.
Co-chairmen will also be selected
for The Daily publicity, skits,
dance and prizes. Concessions and
special events are the remaining
committees which will be headed
Petitioning for these central
committee chairmanships for the
1957 Spring Weekend will begin
Friday and continue thru Thurs-
day, Oct. 18.
Pick Up Petitions
Petitions may be obtained in
either the Union Student Offices
or in the Undergraduate Offices of
League dancing lessons will
start with the beginning singles
classes at 7 p.m. and the inter-
mediate couples 'at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct.
16 and 17, in the League Ball-
the League from 3 to 5 p.m. on
General co-chairmen expect to
interview every student who pe-
titions for a central committee po-
sition, and the appointments will
be made shortly afterwards.
Alternating w it h Michigras,
Spring Weekend, which will be
held Friday and Saturday May 10
and 11, is a weekend full of fun
and entertainment. It is cospon-
sored by the Women's Athletic
Association and the Union.
Sophomore, junior or senior af-
filiated coeds who wish too partici-
pate in planning Panhel ball, may
attend a mass meeting to. be held
at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday fn the
Openings on the publicity, dec-
orations, programs and ticket
committees have been annoinced.
Held every fall, Panhea Ball
honors new pledges accept('t into
the ranks of the University's 21
This year's dance will be pro-
duced under the general chaiman-
ship of Jan Wozniak, assisted by
Until 1946, the Ball was pre-
sented under the joint sponsor-
ship of Panhel working in con-
junction with the Assembly Asso-
ciation, independent women's or-
ganization. Now both groups spon-
sor a separate dance.
* * *
League officials have indicated
that 10 positions are open on var-
Vacancies include two members
for the social committee.
There is also room for a Senate
Executive Secretary and one mem-
ber of League House Judiciary.
For Junior Girls' Play, a scenery,
assistant props, costumes and
stunts chairmen as well as ushers
and a transposer-arranger are
JGP, is written, produced and
directed by junior coeds. It was
first presented to the Michigan
campus by six junior women' in
the spring of 1904.
Coeds from any class who aspire
to hold anyone of these posts may
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obtain and fill out a petition
starting Tuesday. The completed
petitions must be returned to the
Undergraduate Office of the
League by 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15.
All applicants are requested, to
sign up for an interview at the
time they hand in their petitions.
Interviews will be conducted from
Monday, Oct. 15 through Wednes-
day, Oct. 17.
Members of the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee will
be in their League Office from 3
to 5 p.m. during the week of petit-
ioning to answer any questions
coeds may have.
BY "SUE RAUNHEIM
Coeds who are anxious to see
Ron Y tamer and Tom Maentz
perform off the football field will
get tAe chance at Varsity Night on
Satiurday, Oct. 13 at 8:15 p.m.
Appearing at Hill Auditorium,
these men will be part of an all-
campus review of student and
faculty talent which is sponsored
by the University Bands.
The first Varsity Night was pre-
sented in 1939 as the "Brainchild"
of Ernest Jones, who was student
manager of the University Band
and an editor of the Daily
Professional acts from Broad-
way and vaudeville, football greats
and radio and television person-
alities have added their talents to
Varsity Nights through the years.
Opening the program will be
the Michigan Symphony Band
which will make its first appear-
ance of the year. Also on the pro-
gram as a non-competing act will
be Ed Gagnier, a member of the
Canadian Olympic team, who will
perform as a unicyclist and jug-
M.C's of the show, will be Bob
Trost and John Schubeck, band
announcers and well known cam-
pus figures. These men will inter-
view Kramer and Maentz.
Among the acts competing for
cash prizes are the Red Johnson
quartet and a modern instru-
mental group headed by Dave
Van 'Fleet. Also appearing are
Clark Bedford, pianist, Gary Click-
ard, tap dancer, ,and a female
vocal trio headed by Ann Holt-
John Kirkendahl who is a twirler
with the Michigan Marching Band
will demonstrate his skills with a
twirling routine. An audience ap-
plause meter will be used to de-
termine the winner.
A professional act is also ap-
Coeds who were members of
last year's Michifins, and are
interested in joining Michifish
will have tryouts at 8:10 p.m.
Wednesday at the Women's
Those women who are not
members of Michifish but were
members of the junior group
last year will have an oppor-
tunity to tryout at 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 17. Others who
wish. to tryout- for Michifins
may do so at the same time.
pearing in Va'rsity Night, that of
Karrel Fox, billed as the "King of
Korn". A performer since his early
teens, Fox has practiced hypno-
tism and even taught it in the
Detroit School of Magic. He pokes
fun at straight laced magicians by
"corning" his act up. Fox also
served as a special services enter-
tainer in the Army and won the
National Michigan Contest while
in his early teens.
Tickets for this affair will be on
sale in the Administration Build-
ing starting Monday, Oct. 6 from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All seats are
Skinny pants. Fine
wool and corduroy. .. .8.95
Matching Wool Jersey
Blouse ......... . .5.95
Mix and match thes
flannel, fine corduro
and wool jersey mix
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Slim skirt of flannel ......7.95
Full skirt ............ .12.95
STATE AND LIBERTY
Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday 9:30 to 5:30
1111 S. University,
Near the Diag
I t take
No. 2076 in pre-shrunk cotton broadcloth, the
cups completely stitched-half-lined for extra
firming. In white, A, B ,or C cup, $2.25. Other
Warner bras, from $2.50.
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ONE WEEK EXTENSION
MAKE YOUR SENIOR
MONDAY TH RU FRIDAY
M hNDCY ANN9AA.M. to 5NP.M. :
at the MICHIGANENSIAN office
NO.2 MESSAGE FOR FRESHMEN
(Number 3 Will Follow)
LEARN TO STUDY ON YOUR OWN...
The ability to study'on your own implies self-direction and
self-direction means that one is able to tap sources, glean
and recognize facts, make deductions, draw conclusions,
act upon them and learn to accept the consequences of
his actions. A student who has learned how to study on his
own and like it is really on the road to maturity and the
teacher is needed less and less.
She knows what's smart ...
She's checked and double-checked
the right dress for the right date.
She came up with this solution
in wool jersey with raglan sleeves,
braid-bound jewel neckline
and flattering full skirt.
The five weeks grades are coming out soon; be prepared.