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April 26, 1959 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Weddings &
Engagements

SGC To Hold
Book Drive
For Asians
Books for Asian students will be
collected tomorrow through Fri-
day, Nancy Adams, '60, chairman}
of the Book Drive Committee,
said yesterday. 's
Collection boxes for books Will
be put indormitories tomorrow.
All contributions from the hous-'
ing units will be collected Thurs-
day. Books donated. by professors
will be collected Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday, books con-
tributed by affiliated houses will
be picked up, she said.
Boxes for books will also be
located in Haven Hall, the League,r
the Union, Rackham and ther
Engineering Arch. All bound and
paperback books, except current
popular fiction, are acceptable.
The drive is sponsored jointly
by Student Government Council's
National and International Com-
mittee, Junior Panhellenic and
Junior Interfraternity Council un-
der the auspices of the Asian
Foundation.
To provide an incentive for the
drive, the committee will award a
special trophy to the housing unit
donating the most books per cap-
ita. A goal of 5,000 books has been
set, Miss Adams explained. This
is 1,000 more than the total
reached by a similar drive four
years ago.
College, junior and senior high

Central Committee Reveals
Spring Weekend Awards

(Continued from Page 1)
Phi. Evans Scholars and Martha
Cook came in second, followed by
Theta Xi and Collegiate Sorosis.
A yo-yo contest followed the
canoe race and was won by Al-
pha Epsilon Phi and Pi Lambda
Phi. Kappa Alpha Theta and Zeta
Beta Tau won second place and
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta
Tau Delta, third.
In subsequent field games, Zeta
Beta Tau and Kappa Alpha Theta
were first with their fire-building
and egg-frying game, defeating
Phi Gamma Delta and Delta Delta
Delta. Second place winners were
Sigma Phi, Epsilon and Alpha
Delta Phi in a bank-robbers' game
with which they beat Delta Tau

Delta and Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Third place winners, in a canoe-
swamping contest, were Pi Lamb-
da Phi and Alpha Epsilon Phi,
outswamping Lambda Chi Alpha
and Sigma Kappa.
Friday winners of the bicycle
race costume contest were also
announced. Acacia and Klein-
stueck House received first prize,
Kappa Alpha Theta and Zeta
Beta Tau were second, and Alpha
'Gamma Delta and Phi Kappa Tau
were third.
The Central Committee for the
dance was headed by Susan Stein,
'61, and Michael Camras, '59BAd.,
co-chairmen. Barbara Newman,
'61, served as committee secretary.

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SHERRY LEWIN
... plans wedding
Lewin-Krlo
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lewin of Chi-
cago, Ill., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sherry
Noma, to Michael Kroll, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kroll, also of
Chicago.
Miss Lewin, '62, is a member of
the Gilbert: & Sullivan Society
and the Choral Union. Mr. Kroll,
a pre-med student, is amember of
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The wedding is planned for the
summer of 1960.

school books in good condition
published after 1945 are especially
needed.
All books collected here will go
to the University of Malaya, where
they will be used to begin and
maintain school libraries.

-Daily-Allan Winder
BAD NEWS-Trapped through the threat of a fine, co-eds warily
attend the corridor meeting. Bridge, boys and gossip get more
attention than the proceedings at hand.
on uson, Chaos Fall
On CordrMeeting"

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By SUSAN FARRELL
"Corridor meeting!" someone
shouts, "and chaos is come again."
Doors bang, girls shout, a swarm
of letter writers, bridge players
and sweater knitters appear, and
the corridor rep moves one step
closer to insanity. Pre-meeting
conversation runs from "Oh come
on, I gotta get to the UGL," to
"Hey, you dropped your stitch"
to "You should have seen the
dumb things we did in gym today"
to "I told you to get your cards."
Answers to roll call frequently
indicate that not everyone is pay-
ing close attention to the business
at. hand: Farmer, "Here," Shaw,
"Here," Marsh, "Here," Frye,
"Pass."
Move Tub
First on' the agenda: a motion
to allow use of the tub after
11:00 p.m. Ayes, 48. Nays, 2. The
nays carried the motion. They
live next door to the bathroom
and claim 'the rushing water

sounds like Niagara Falls pouring
into their room.
And there is a reminder that
sit-down dinners are supposed to
teach us to be ladies, so no prize
will be awarded to the first girl
who elbows the house mother aside
and sprints the length of the din-.
ing room to get a good table.
Announcements are sometimes
terse: Will whoever took two en-
cyclopedias from the dorm library
please return them before all of
them are locked up. (For shame!)
And sometimes they try to be
rousingly enthusiastic: Lots of you
play bridge all the time, so why
don't you join the dorm bridge
tournament and have some fun.
(This announcement is pointedly
ignored by the tensely bidding
foursome sitting in the middle of
the hall.)
Last Chance
The finale: a reminder that an
exchange dinner with a guaran-
teed task force of 70 males avail-
able is coming soon and only four
girls have signed up. "Think of
all those men just standing around
waiting for us," says the corridor
rep.
And on that hopeful note the
corridor meeting ends.

livin
no-iron
ron-nylon-
cotton batiete
iedallion baby doll
tching with its graceful
look. Wonderfully
ping in whisper-sof t
.. long on
ort on care. Delicately
with eyelet embroid-
y appliques and frosty
(Ion. Aquamarine or
Yellow,
2-34-36.
$600

Check your closet, then hurry
right down to this BIG
MONTH-END.

Organization
Noticbs

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eJh anLurenS o1
8 NicXELS ARCADE

You'll save more than you thought possible
on SPRING COATS-SUITS-DRESSES
HATS - HANDBAGS - JEWELIY

All wool spring Suits and Coats,
many better dresses and cos--
tume suits orig. were to $45.00.
now $25.00
All Spring Coats, Suits, many
Dresses and Costumes orig.
$49.95 to $69.95.
now $39.98
Group of fine Leather Hand-
bags, Better Hats, orig. were
to $16.95.
now $10.00

Groups of Better Dresses of
every kind including evening,,
bridesmaid and cocktail types.
$10.00 $14.98
EXTRA SPECIAL GROUP
$5.00
Odds and ends of Better Dresses
Hats-- Handbags --
Girdles -- Long Bras.
Many odds and ends-Blouses,
Belts, Gloves, Hose, Jewelry,
Scarves, Bras, marked way
below 2 price

Congregational-Disciples Guild, Stu-
dent Guild, will attend the Loud Lee-
cures-Dr. Carl Miehelson, April 26, 7
p.m. Methodist Church.
** *
Gamma Delta-Lutherai iStudents
Club, Supper & Program-Illustrated
Talk "Religion in Russia" by Prof.
James Zumberge, April 26, 6 p.m., Luth.
Stud. Center, 1511 Washtenaw.
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking, April
26, 2 p.m., Meet in back of Rackham
(N.W. entrance).
* . *
Hillel Foundation, Faculty-Graduate
Student'Program, April 26, 8 p.m., Hil-
lei Foundation. Speaker: Dr. Abraham
Minkowich, "Trends in Individualism
in the Bible."
bt s s s se
Inter-House Council, Sponsors a de-
bate-"Should SOC be Abolished?"
Prof. Paul Henle, Al Haber, Michael
Bentwich,, April 28, 8 p.m., Dining Rm.
No. 1, S. Quad.
Luth. Student Center, Discussion, led
by Rev. Yoder on "Courtship and Mar-
riage." April 26, 7 p.m., Luth. Student
Center.
Mich. Christian Fellowship, Lecture.
"Jewish Contribution in Christianity,"
April 26; 4 p.m., Lane Hall.
Grad. Hist. Club, April 28, 8 p.m.,
'Rackham, W. Conf. Rm. Speaker: Dr.
M. Judson, "Political Ideas & Realities
in the Age of Cromwell."
ISA, the following members please
pick up your ballots at the Internation-
al Center: Alihaydar Aftee, Fazil Aydin-
makine, Orhan Bahioglu, P. S. Bavan-
ati, Erdagan Bavan, Umit Bilge, Mon-
tez De-Oca, Ahrio Dorronsoro, Yilnag
Egirharrell, Kiren Elmo, Jean Eldridge,
Melmet Engintusda, Napoleon Gutler-
rez, P. Hageovavi, George Larvin, Ray-
mond Legault, David McNair, Ernest
Muller, Helmet Okivycec, N. Salmilch,
Myrna Sanchez, Milton Shalnik, Ethel
Soloman, J. A. Susz, N. Tabandele,
Helen Taylor,' Hector Vega, G.0. Vi-
chare, Renee Ynsfaan, Arhustepe Zeir-
ghioglev.
ti"Ea s"
SOC Public Relations Comm., Meet-
ing April 28, 4 p.m., 1548 SAB.

sure signs of summer
Sleeveless BouseS by Ship Shore
(make wonderful gifts for Mother's Day, too)
Sunday, May 10th

ON FOREST
off S. U.
Cornr
-app. Campus
Theatre

CAMPUS
TOGS
1111 S. U.
1 /2 blocks
from main
sshop

Phone NO 2-4786 for.Classified Ads

TUESDAY, APRIL 28th
9 A.M. to 6 P.M.

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No-iron scoop
with Cornered collar

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Hutzel's presents

a' . .

Mr. Mort's
Showing of Dress Originals

Pure Irish linen
blouse

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