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THE MICHWIGAN DAIY

Dancers Prepare Concert

-Daily-Len. Brunette
i "PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION"-Readying their program to be presented at 8 p.m. tonight
and tomorrow in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, University dance groups practice numbers which
will be performed to Mussogorsky's composition. The Modern Dance Club, Ballet Club and Choreog-
rapher's Workshop are presenting the ninth annual "Dance Organization Concert," choreographed
entirely by students.

Center Plans
Europe Trip
For Students
By JOAN KAATZ
The International Center re-
cently announced plans for a tour
of Europe and a trip to Buffalo
and Niagara Falls this summer.
The International Center and
the Lisle Fellowship are planning
a tour to Europe for this summer.
The trip from July 24 to Aug-
ust 22 is planned so that inter-
national students returning to
their homeland may participate
in the tour as well as American
students.
Stay Three Weeks
The cost of the trip includes
one-way trans-Atlantic transpor-
tation, hotel accommodations,
transportation in Europe, two
meals a day during the three-
week stay and guide service. En-
trance fees to museums and his-
torical buildings are also included.
The itinerary includes Paris,
Geneva, Milan, Florence, Rome,
Venice, Munich, Innsbruck, Hei-
delberg, Luxembourg, Bruges, and
London. Transportation is ar-
ranged aboard the S. S. Saxonia
leaving from Montreal.
The group is limited to 40 par-
ticipants. Information can be ob-
tained from West or Miss Helen
Tjotis in Room 18 of the Center.
To Visit Buffalo
The University Alumni Club of
Buffalo has invited international
students to Buffalo and Niagara
Falls on June 15 to 17.
The tour of students will travel
by train to the city and will re-
side with American families there.
Included in the tour will be visits
to a television show, a tire fac-
tory, a steel factory, churches, a
conservatory, and other sights of
Buffalo.
Various business and service or-
ganizations will hold receptions
and luncheons for the group.
Russel Hanson, International
Center counselor will be tour di-
rector, and reservations can be
made with Mrs. Snoek at the
Center.

Southern Atmosphere Set
For Spring Weekend Dance

By MARY STATON

A touch of Southern atmosphere
will climax this year's Spring
Weekend events at a "Rue Des,
Cafes" New Orleans dance next
Saturday, April 25.
Somethin' Smith and the Red-
heads and Johnny Harberd's Or-
chestra will provide entertainment
in keeping with a night club motif.
Two shows will be presented dur-
ing the evening by the Somethin'
Smith group.
Thirty housing units - repre-
senting 15 groups - will present
booths depicting buildings that
could be found on Bourbon Street
in New Orleans.
Feature Entertainment
Many of these booths will have
their own entertainment, which
will vary from old-time movies

offering field games, Inaun canoe
races, a pow-wow at the Island on
Huron River and a bike race.
Block ticket sales for the Satur-
day night dance have been ex-
tended until Friday, and houses
buying block tickets will receive
Spring Weekend points for per-
centages of house participation.

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"Wediquette" fashion show, to be held at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the League Ballroom.
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Professor
To Give Talk
On Athletics
Prof. Esther French, chairman
of the women's physical education
department, will take part in a
panel discussion, "Physical Edu-
cators Are Visionary," at the Mid-
west Association of Health, Physi-
cal Education and R e c r e a ti o n
Conference.
Chairman of the Women's divi-
sion of the group, Prof. French
will participate in the conference
beginning tomorrow and lasting
until Friday in Indianapolis.
Going to the Spring Conference
of the Midwest Association of
Physical Education for College
Women are Kathryn.Luttgens and
Bettye Myers, both of the women's
physical education department.
Miss Luttgens will speak on the
understandings, c o n c e p ts and
skills physical education majors
should develop andi enumerate
means to this end. Miss Myers
will lead an'interest group on the
teaching of dancing.
A keynote address for the con-
ference will be given by Dean Ar-
thus H. Steinhaus of George Wil-
liams College on the topic: "Sig-
nificant experiences, a challenge
to physical education."
The women's physical educa-
tion department also announced
that Prof. Elizabeth Ludwig has
received a research grant to
Wellesley College. It is one of the
fifteen fellowships and scholar-
ships offered by Wellesley to ad-
vanced students throughout the
world.
ISA Sets Today
As Deadline Date
For Nominations
Nominations for president and
vice-president of the Internation-
al Students Association must be
submitted today to Bill West,
counselor for the International
Center.
Nominations must be in the
form of a ticket for both offices.
They must be placed in the run-
ning by ISA members and a small
fee will be charged for registration
of candidates.
Ballots will be distributed on
April 22 and will be collected by
April 29 for counting. Counting
will be done April 30 with the re-
sults announced at the Interna-
tional Tea on that day.
The nominated tickets may in-
clude any combination of canidi-
dates. No new memberships in
ISA will be accepted from tomor-
row until April 29.

and jazz groups to a Salvation
Army band. The type of booth will
also vary from a flower shop to a
funeral parlor.
Houses participating and the
booths which they are presenting
are: "ArtGallery and Tatoo Shop,"
Sigma Chi and Delta Gamma;
"The Mission," Kappa Delta and
Delta Sigma Phi; "The Wake Par-
lor," Theta Xi and Collegiate
Sorosis; "Safe," Phi Kappa Tau
and Alpha Gamma Delta.
"The Den," Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma and Delta Tau Delta; "Flower
Shop," Zeta Tau Alpha and Kappa
Sigma; "Old Time Movie House,"
Alpha Epsilon Phi and Pi Lambda
Phi; "Show Boat," Evans Scholars
and Martha Cook; "Fish Market,"'
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta
Phi Epsilon.
List Booths
"Blacksmith Shop," Alpha Delta
Pi and Sigma Phi Epsilon, "Fire
Station," Fletcher House and Chi-
cago House; "Hotel," Henderson
House and Triangle; "Cafe," Phi
Mu and Delta Chi; "Saloon," Vic-
tor Vaughn and Wenley House;
"Garden," Alpha Epsilon Pi and
Phi Sigma Sigma.
All trophies and awards for the
weekend will be presented during
the Saturday night dance. Other
spring weekend events include
Skit Night, a campus round-up

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The newest, neatest travel-
ing companions to 'head fox
the supermarket or South
this summer!'The Jamaica s
are checked out in tWo-ton
combinations. The white sle
less shirt is check trimmed
match-mate. Both in "Quic
Care" cottons with minimu
ironing required. Shirt 3.98
Shorts 6.98.

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ACROSS CAMPUS

Sizes 1 d to 20 included.

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Prof. Herbert C. Barrows, Jr.,
of the English department will-
read Hart Crane's "The Bridge,"
at 7:00 p.m. tonight in the South
Quadrangle Library.
The reading is open to the
public.
* * .
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority has
received the Panhellenic award
for greatest improvement in the
over-all scholastic average of its
members during the past year.
Announcement of the award
was made at League Installation
Night Monday.
All male students who have
been on the campus and who
have paid full tuition for the
equivalent of eight semesters may
pick up their life membership
cards from the Union.
Students are requested to go
to the business office on the first
floor of the.Union to pick up their
cards, Martin Newman, '60, Union
administrative vice-president said,
A second series of golf lessons
for interested male faculty mem-
"bers is being offered by the physi-
cal educationsdepartment for men.
The lessons will be given pri-
marily at the intermediate level,
but a beginning course will be or-
ganized if the demand for itis
sufficient.
An organizational meeting will
be held at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Rm.
5, Waterman Staff Lounge.
The Washtenaw County chapter
of DePauw University Alumni As-

sociation will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Friday for dinner in the Union.
Prof. Jerome Hixson of the De-
Pauw English department will ad-
dress the group after dinner.
Tappan International House is
planning a Pan American Even-
ing for international students at
8:30 p.m. Friday.
The program of dances and en-
tertainment is planned to intro-
duce international students to the
culture of the Latin American
countries.

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711 NORTH UNIVERSITY

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