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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNION-SPONSORED:
Creative Arts Festival
To Feature Music, Tours

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Friday marks the deadline for
counselor applications for the Of-
flee of Religious Affairs' annual
fall Freshman Rendezvous.
Forms to counsel at the three-
day pre-orientation camp are
available to all University stu-
dents at Lane Hall and in the Of-
fice of Religious Affairs, Rm. 3054,
Student Activiites Bldg.
t To staff the two camping ses-
sions, the first from September 10
to 13 and the second from Sep-
tember 13 to 15, between 50 and
60 students will be needed.
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, professional women's music
fraternity, installed its new offi-
cers last night.
The new officers are Martha
Rearick, '60Mu., president; Ann
Kynast, '61Mu., first vice-presi-
dent; Su Malone, '61 Mu., second
vice-president; Sandra Mount,
'61Mu., recording secretary; Rose-
mary Spleet, '6Mu., correspond-
ing secretary; JudyrMansfield,
' 60Mu., treasurer; Brenda Rob-
erts, '61Mu, editor; J o c e l y n
Mackey, Grad., chaplain; and Ann
S t a n i s k i, '60Mu., sergeant-at-
arms.
A mass meeting for all sopho-
more women interested in peti-
tioning for positions on the cen-
tral committee of Junior Girls
Play will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Henderson Rm. of
the League.
Petitioning has been re-opened
and petitions will be accepted in
the Undergraduate Office at the
League tomorrow through Mon-
day. Interviews are scheduled for
Tuesday.
* * * .
Prof. Marvin Felheim of the
English department will review
"The Ugly American" by William
Lederer and Eugene Burdick at
8 p.m. tomorrow in the Vanden-
burg Rm. of the League.
The review of the current best-
seller is sponsored by the League
Special Projects Committee. Re-
freshments will be served follow-
ing Prof. Felheim's talk.
Petitioning for women orienta-
tion leaders for the fall semester
will continue until Friday, Elise
Saranow, '61, chairman of the
University Services Committee of
the League, said yesterday.
Petitions may be obtained at
the Undergraduate Office of the
League. Interviews of applicants
are scheduled for Saturday.
Nu chapter of Kappa Kappa
Psi, national honorary band fra-
ternity, installed new officers at
the March 24 meeting.
The new officers are: Ronald E.
Bell, '60Mu, president; Terence N.'
Davidson, '60, vice-president; Wil-
liam E. Hettrick, '6Mu., secre-
tary; and William J. Scribner,
'lMu, treasurer.
An Israeli Folk Dance Institute
will be presented by the Univer-
sity International Folk Dancers
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from
8 p.m. until midnight Saturday in
Barbour Gym.
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SPRING WEEKEND-Two years ago Spring Weekend had as a
Saturday afternoon feature a Wolverine Derby, with groups taking
part in a soap box event. This year's Spring Weekend committee
has planned a canoe race which will take place in the Huron
River.
rng Wyeekend Give
Event Point System

A music composers' forum and
hourly tours through radio sta-
tion WUOM will take place during
the Union-sponsored Creativej
Arts Festival beginning Sunday
and continuing through April 19..
Other events will be a film lec-
ture, "From Renoir to Picasso,"
a dance concert, a debate on bias
clauses by the University's Debate
team, a color slide lecture and
Prof. John Flower, of the music
school, pianist, giving a lecture-
recital on Bach.
April 16 has been proclaimed
Jazz Day featuring a jazz concert
at 2 p.m. in the Union Ballroom.
To Show Persian Art
Throughout the week, a display
of Oriental calligraphy will be
shown in the Architecture and
Design Building and the Art Mu-
seum exhibit of "Persian Art Be-
fore and After the Mongol Con-
quest" is the largest single exhibit
the University will have this year.
The Kelsey Museum will display
collections from excavations
showing Near Eastern Arts. A
photography contest and original
music for the carillon by Prof.
Percival Price, University Caril-
lonneur, will also be featured.
National newspaper snapshot
awards contest winners and a spe-
cial collection of photographs by
Mathew B. Brady, a well-known
Civil War photographer will be on
display at the Union.
Pictures, Furniture To Be Shown
Also on exhibit will be pictures
and designs of various types of
furniture throughout the years.
Student readings in the Hop-
wood Room in Angell Hall will
take place during the week, archi-
tectural models of University
buildings on main and North
Campus will be exhibited at the
Union and Alpha Rho Chi, na-
tional architectural fraternity,
will show a collection of architec-
tural models and drawings from
the United States.
The Michigan Final Prelimin-
aries-Oratorical Contest will be
held Tuesday in the Frieze Build-
ing and, to begin the festival,
members of the University Sym-
phonette, conducted by Robert

Hause, Grad., assistant conductor
of the University Symphony,rwill
give a chamber music concert at
4 p.m. Sunday in the Union Ball-
room.
Perry W. Morton, '61, Union
executive councilman in charge
of the Special Events Committee
is chairman of the festival.
To Sponsor
Special Film
"Francesca," a 28-minute film
depicting the aid a foreign child
received from the Foster Parents
Plan, Inc., will be available for
showing to interested groups
Monday through April 30, Mrs.
William P. Alston, member of the
Ann Arbor chapter, announced
yesterday.
The local chapter of the Foster
Parents Plan are sponsoring the
film, which will also be shown to
club members at 8 p.m. Monday
in the Parish Hall of St. Andrew's
Church.
Foster Parents "adopt" needy
children overseas, Mrs. Alston ex-
plained, by providing $15 a month
for the support of the child.
Mortarboard
Taps Thirteen
Sixteen senior members of Pi
Sigma Alpha last night invited
thirteen junior women to join the
bonds of Mortarboard, senior wo-
men's honorary.
Initiates who may be seen on
campus today wearing the four-
cornered black hats, national
symbol -of Pi Sigma Alpha, are
Lynne Betts, '60, Susan Brace, '60,
Joyce Bushong, '60, Ann Doniger,
'60, Sylvia Engle, '60, Dorothy
Gartner, '60, Jo Hardee, '60, Carol
Holland, '60, Katherine Johnson,
'60, Nancy Moore, '60, Sarah Row-
ley, '60, Elsie Scherer, '60Ed., Mar-
cia Ward, '60.

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By MARY STATON
NEWS, - this year's Spring
Weekend theme, stands for the
four points of the compass which
Spring Weekend will represent
with activities and events on Fri-
day, April 24 and Saturday, Ap-
ril 25.
But the NEWS for .the present
time is that there will be a Spring
Weekend Point System which will
enable all housing units to have
a chance to win the weekend by
building up points in various
events.
For the Friday afternoon acti-
vity, the Northern theme is "Arc-
tic Cycle" and all groups entering
the event will gain 10 points. If
the group places in the first four
places, it will gain additional

gain 27 points, second place 30
points and first place 33 points. In
the costume division, third place
will be given 13 points, second
place 15 points and first place 17
points.
Along with the canoe event,
g r o u p s participating in field
games will be awarded 10 points.
If the group wins third place, they
will receive 40 points, second
,place will be given 45 points and
first place will- be awarded 50
points.
To Make Night Clubs
Saturday evening, when the
South will be-represented with a
New Orleans theme "Rue Des
Cafes," will bring an end to the
weekend. Those houses building
scenery for night clubs for Sat-
urday evening will gain 50 points,
third place will gain 80 points,
second place 90 and first place 100
points.
All groups entering the Yo-Yo
Contest will receive 10 points,
third place will gain 20 points,
second place will receive 25 points
and first place will gain 30 points.
Units must enter six people, three
from each women's unit and three
from each men's unit - in order
to qualify for entrance in the
contest.
Points for each event are not
cumulative, and for instance, if a
housing unit receives 20 points for
entering a, contest, it can only get
10 more for making secondary
eliminations, equaling 30 points.

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and first place, 35 points.

Skits Represent East
Representing East is the Friday
night skit program entitled "The
Great White Way." Seventy points
will be awarded for fifth place
winner, 80 for fourth place, 90 for
third, 100 for second, and 110 for
first place winner of Skit Night.
On Saturday afternoon, the
weekend will go West with a ca-
noe race entitled "Tippicanoe and
the Island too." In the "Speed
Winner"' division, third place will

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In between her bouts with Beowulf, Agatha finds it meaningful . .. even
significant ... to symbolize Earth's escape from Winter's brittle chrysalis.
Agatha's splendid garments are not, as you might suspect, fashionedof classic
linen. Indeed no. They were hand spun and loomed from the soft belly fur of
Siberian stoats; do a magnificent job of tempering the April breeze.
Of course, as you've been remarking to yourself all along, Agatha does have
quite a dry cleaning problem. But, like all sensible Michigan girls, Agatha
* TURNS TO TROJAN 4
You see, Trojan specializes in renewing fine fabrics. Each garment receives
the exact care required to restore the fresh, smart look and feel you first purchased.
That we promise.
And, after all, it is spring, Dear Lady.
The time is now to step our proudly at your fairest and finest in Trojan-clean
clothes.
Don't forget your winter clothes, either. They need the kind of care that will
keep them tip-top for next year.
B an amusing coincidence, Trojan happens to have a special box storage
service that will solve the whole problem for you. You can fill a huge Trojan ham-
per with winter clothes, store it in our moth-proof, temperature-controlled vault
for just $4.95. All the clothes will be cleaned and pressed at our regular rates, be
ready for wear whenever you wish them in the fall. Every garment is completely
guaranteed and insured.
From now on, compare the looks of all your clothes with those of your friends
who don't have the Trojan habit. There'll be a difference . . . and it'll be in your
favor.
Trojan picks up and delivers daily at all girls' dorms. Sororities just call, and
we'll come running. Or stop by at our handy office on North U. - it's just down
the street.

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