PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MARC!! 1& 19W?
FigurES:Skating Club Practices for Annual Ice Show
Skating timeA isovrfor most
enthusiasts, but the season is still
in full swing for members of the
Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club.
This organization of Ann Arbor
townspeople, University students
and faculty members has been
practicing the past several weeks
for its annual Ice show, which
opens opens at 8 p.m. tonight at
the University Coliseum. A matinee
is also set for 3 p.m. tomorrow.
This Is the 15th annual show for
the club which was officially or-
ganized In 1939, when It became
a member of the United States
SFigure Skating Association. This
year the show will Include six
mnajoi production numbers and a
Merle Lawrence of Ann Arbor,
public'ty chairmvan of the show,
said the show rias been produced
solely rDy memoers of the club.
"Costumes, scenery and direction
are euI local prodrcts."
She went on to say that the
production is the highlight of the
year for club members. "They have
been working for a year from our
two professional Instructors," Mrs.
Lawrence explained, "and now
"LET'S GO CALYPSO"-Four coeds practice for their show number. They are (left to right) Marilyn
McCullough, Sandra Warner, Janet Hammer and Judy Towsley. The number features a medley of
they're going to show their stuff."
The club's two professionals are
Ann Bigby, '59N, and Mary Fran-
ces Greschke, a University skating
Miss Bigby has been skating that qualified skaters might gain
since she was eight years old and membership.
shestaed.Forthefirt tme The only requirements for mem-
come, sh ttd o h is iebership, Mrs. Lawrence went on,
this year tryouts were held SO are a pair of figure skates and the
payment of a small membership
bership, Ice privileges, instruction
m and a chance to be in the show.
.Ann Bigby shows proper form
...coed performs difficult figure
..skater shows an "edge"
has studied with several well-
Michael Kirby,s onja Hienie's skat
The show is not the club's only
endeavor, however, Mrs. Lawrence
explained. The organization is di-
vided into three age groups and
each group comes once a week for
In addition to that, members
may take extra instruction and
rent a "patch" of Ice to practice
on for a small extra fee.
The club originated quite a few
years ago as a group of Ann Arbor
townspeople and University faculty
members who met occasionally to
learn and enjoy figure skating.
After joining the USESA it ex-
panded rapidly to Its present 250
mnembers and now has a waiting
list of around 200, according to
Despite the waiting list, mem-
bers from "eight to 80" are wel-
Prof. Emeritus Emil Lorch of
the architectural school received
the Gold Medal of Honor from
the Michigan Society of Architects
at the organization's annual din-
The presentation speech was
delivered at the Statler Hotel by
Adrian Langius, a fellow of the
American Institute of Architecture
in charge of the State buildings in
LAccording to the award's cita-
tion, Prof. Lorch was honored as
School of Architecture ande-
sign, and because of his contribu-
tionsrto architectural education in
He also founded the State Board
of Architectural Registration.
To Be Given
A program honoring the depar-
ture of Madame Rajain, Hindu1
dance teacher in Ann Arbor, will
be presented at 2:30 p.m. today
and Sunday at the Dramatics Art
Center in the Masonic Temple.
Madame Rajam is leaving next
week to return to India. Prof.
Marvin Felheim of the English
department will speak during in-
termission of the program, dis-
cussing the work of Madame Ra-
Thie programs are open to the
public without charge.
In a special city council meet-
ing Thursday night, representa-
tives of a Washington, D.C. trans-
portation firm were invited to
come to Ann Arbor for further ne-
gotiations on a proposed bus plan.
The interested local group hopes
to have their proposal in by Mon-
day, giving the Ann Arbor City
Council two offers from which to
Council authorized Mayor Wil-.
liam E. Brown, Jr. and City Ad-
ministrator Guy C. Larcom, Jr. to
negotiate with the representatives
of the D.C. Transit Company.
The company offered a tentative
plan similar to one in operation in
Jackson between that city and
Jackson City Lines.
Jackson's plan involves the city
leasing from the company all the
firm's assets and then hiring the
firm to operate the bus system.
This cuts costs in the form of
fuel taxes, license plate costs, fed-
eral excise taxes and the state
business receipts tax because of
the leasing arrangement.
All the revenues from the Jack-
son operation go into a city Tran-.
sit Account, Larcom pointed out.
Ciy Attorney Jacob F. Fahrner
Jr. told the council he thought
the voters would have to approve
any such plan..
The necessary vote will involve
an April 1 ballot proposal, In
which all qualified voters will be
eligible to vote, but which will
require a 60 per cent majority for
Teachers and parents share in a
college Dean Charles E. Odga rd
told Michigan State University
graduates last night.
Commencement heremonies inr
East Lansing, Dean Odegaard un-
derlined the task of imposing a
growing mass of information and
advice on students, and, at the
same time, "stimulating them to
gain freedom and independence."
This complicated objective is not
easy to attain," he warned. "It is
probably only after graduates have
become parents of some years'
standing that they begin to ap-
preciate more fully this task of the
teacher in our society.-
"There is a very distinct associa-
tion between an upsurge of one's
awareness of his individuality and
the graduate's commencement,"
Dean Odegaard continued.
"The day after that ceremony,
the graduate is very much more
on his own. The apprenticeship is
over, and self-mastery is his own
problem as he leaves behind the
earlier tutelage of mother and f a-
tner, and the more recent watch-
ful care of alma mater.'"
"It is only later," he suggested,
"hat one ano- begin to'~'' lookack
generation has done to make the
way of one's life fuller and rich-
er." One's education has to age in
the wood, so to speak.
"The wise parent and wise
teacher know thdt offspring and
student must assimilate a great in-
heritance and at the same time
achieve a kind of emancipation for
creative living in their own genera-
tion. They know that education
must be paradoxical."
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