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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA

Chairmen Plan New Star Revue

To Highlight Michigras

-Daily-Juan Rodriguez
SELECTED-Harvey Lapides, '60, (left) and Joan Machalski,
'60A&D, were named co-chairmen of the 1960 Michigras weekend.
They predict that "one of the most fabulous college weekends"
will be better next year.

By FAITH WEINSTEIN
Harvey Lapides, '60, and Joan
Machalski, '60A&D, co-chairmen
of the 1960 Michigras, plan an in-
novation in the traditional pro-
gram.
"We would like to stage a revue,"
Lapides explained, "a variety show.
He added that they would try
to hire a star comedian to be the
master-of-ceremonies and a star
act. "We would like to get some-
one like Jerry Lewis or Bob Hope,"
Lapides said. The revue would

feature the winners of various
campus shows, including Lantern
Night and the IHC-Assembly Sing,'
they said.M
Held at Ferry Field
The revue would be held at old
Ferry Field on Saturday afternoon.
By Saturday, Miss Mach alski
noted, all of the floats and booths
have been constructed. The first
evening of the carnival will have
been over.
"In the past," Miss Machalski
said, "Saturday afternoon has

Next Year,
been spent on private picnics and
other activities away from the
center of the weekend. The revue
would keep everyone close to the
center of things, and it would give
those who have been working hard
all week a chance to relax and be
entertained.
Follow Traditional Pattern
Except for the possibility of the
revue, Michigras will follow its
traditional pattern. Miss Machal-
ski and Lapides predicted that
Michigras, "the weekend when
everyone puts their books away,"
will be better than ever next year.
Declaring that Michigras is
"one of the most fabulous college
weekends in the nation," Miss Ma-
chalski, added that its great at-
traction lies in its being "different
from anything else." "There are
so many people, so much color
and lights and preparation," she
explained.
The weekend will open with a
grand parade of floats built by
a male and female housing unit.
Like Mardi Gras
"It's like New Orleans' Mardi
Gras," Miss Machalski declared,
"with costumes and floats and
everyone being merry."
On Friday night, the double
carnival will open. On the Mid-
way, next to Yost Field House,
there will be rides of all kinds.
"Last year," Lapides recalled,
"they had a ride that worked on
centrifugal force. It spun you
round and round, raising the plat-
form each time, until you were
spinning horizontally. They are
really unusual rides," he said.
Operate Booths
Inside the Field House, the vari-
ous housing units will operate
three sorts of booths. There will
be concession booths, which sell
food in unusual settings which fol-
low the theme of Michigras, orig-
inal skill booths and entertain-
ment establishments.
Michigras had its beginnings in
a County Fair in -1902, a- fund-
raising project of the Women's
Athletic Association and the "M"
Club. The traditional parade was
first added in 1905, and the affair
assumed its present aspect, al-
though the name "Michigras" was
not acquired until 1937.
ISA To Hold
Fund Drive
For Refugees
Funds and supplies for refugee
Algerian students will be collected
in a drive from Sunday through
Saturday, Ahmed Belkhodja,
Grad., chairman, said yesterday.
Sponsored by the International
Students Association in conjunc-
tion with World University Serv-
ice, the collection will include
clothing, books, medicine and
financial contributions. Collection

SANDRA LITTLEFIELD
... to wed
Mr. and 'Mrs. James L. Little-
field of Floral Park, N. Y., and
York, Maine, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, San-
dra, to Robert H. Lovegrove, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lovegrove
of Flint, Mich., and Swartz Creek,
Mich.
Miss Littlefield is a junior in the
nursing school and is a member of
Alpha Delta Pi. Mr. Lovegrove is
a senior in the medical school and
is a member of Phi Chi medical
fraternity.
A September wedding is planned..

Parents Tell
Engagement
Of Daughter

SELECTS TGIF:
IFC, Panhel Name Theme,
Prepare for Greek Week
By JOHN FISCHER
ity women. Sororities will be di-
TGIF - "Think Greek It's Fab- vided into small enough groups so
ulous, fun . .." was announced as that each fraternity will be host
the theme of Greek Week, by to more than one sorority.
Michael Sklar, '60, co-chairman After the dinners there will be
yesterday, a "Pick-up" jazz concert at 7 p.m.
Greek Week will begin Monday in front of Clements Library.
with one of the oldest traditions Amateur Groups Perform
on campus, the IFC Sing and will Va mateur r uprom
be highlighted Friday by a jazz Various amateur groups from
concert, featuring Erroll Garner, fraternities and sororities will be
pianist. performig with M. C. Burton,
Each of the ten fraterhities '59, acting as master of cere-
which have been chosen as final-
ists will have a sorority cheering
for it at the event which begins
at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Hill Aud.
Give Finalists
The finalists are Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma ::
Nu, Phi Gamma Delta, Theta Xi,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Sigma, h4
Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon and
Beta Theta Pi.
Many of the participants have
been practicing since February or
March.
Following the IFC Sing will be
a fraternity .and sorority presi-
dents' banquet, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the League Ballroom. Speakers
and entertainment follow the din-
ner.
New Event
"The banquet is a new eventY
for Greek Week, Sklar said, how-
ever, it is in keeping with the em- ERROLL GARNER
phasis through the years of ex- ... to play at U'
panding the nature and activities monies. The Word "Pick-Up",
of the week."dpSklar explained, was chosen to
"E~xchange dinners" are planned emphasize the informality of the
for 5:30 p.m. Wed. at which fra- occasion.
ternities will play host to soror- -casn
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Events Around Campus

The University Wolverine Band
will present its annual spring con-
cert at 8 p.m. Sunday.
The band, under the direction of
George Cavender, assistant con-
ductor of bands at the University,
will perform in the main ballroom
of the Union. The concert, open to
the general public, requires no ad-
mission charge.
Included in the program are a
trombone solo, "Recitative and
Prayer" from the Grand Sym-
phony for Band by Berlioz, and
"Saterjentens Sontag" presenting
the flute section of the band in a
unison solo.
The Student Government Coun-
cil driving regulations review com-
mittee will hold an open meeting
at 2 p.m. today on the third floor
of SAB.
Students are invited to come
Coed To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Stein of

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boxes will be distributed at stra- Linstead Severna Park, Md., an-
tegic locations throughout the nounce the engagement of their
campus, including dormitories, the daughter Geraldine Ann to Wil-
diag, the Union, Health Service liam R. Tayler, son of Mr. and
and the Administrative Bldg. Mrs. Willard L. Tayler of Deerfield,
All checks are to be made out Illinois.
to the Algerian Refugees Fund Miss Stein is a junior in the
and sent to the Office of the music school and Mr. Tayler, who
Auditor of Student Organizations, graduated from the engineering
Belkhodja said. A bucket drive has college last year, is a senior in the
been planned to aid in the collec- business administration school.
tion.
The Refugee Algerian Student - -
Drive is nationwide on college
campuses and is coordinated by Organtzation
World University Service. The O
funds and supplies collected'in the Notices
drive will be sent to students in
Tunisia, Morocco and Europe. Congregational and Disciples Guild,
Any supplies too large to be Luncheon discussion, May 8, 12 noon,
conveniently stored in. the collec- Guild House.
tion boxes are to be taken to 1024
Hill St., where all the donations Congregational and Disciples Guild,
will be stored, he explained. Guild Plannig Retreat, May 8, 9, 8 p.m.
Letters will be sent to dormi- * *
tories' and University faculty and Presbyterian Student F e Il wow s h i p,
administrators giving information Graduate Sutdent Dinner followed by
square' dance, May 8, 6:30 p.m., First
on the drive. Presbyterian Church.

and discuss -any ideas and com-
plaints they have concerning the
existing driving regulations, Ron
Bassey, '61, SGC representative to
the group said yesterday.
* * *
About 1,900 high school seniors
will tour the University' Saturday.
Participating in an adminstra-
tion-Union sponsored University
Day, the students will see the
campus, attend mock lectures and
visit residence halls, fraternities
and sororities. A mixer will be
held in the Union Saturday night.
* , *
Mu Phi Epsilon, professional
music sorority, will present its
annual American Musicale in the
League on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Members will perform composi-
tions by American composers, in-
cluding Copland, Dello-Joio, Duke,
Hopkinson, Piston and Warren.
Prof. H. Wiley Hitchcock of the
music school will speak on "Pat-
terns of Jazz." The program is
open to the public.
Panhellenic Association has an-
nounced the new members of the
Secretariat for the coming year.
They are Lucinda Anthony,
'62N, Marilyn Bishop, '61, Kather-
ine Forbes, '62A&D, Georgia Free-
stone,G'62, and Sandra Halverson,
'62, Also chosen were Karen Kuhr,
'62, Lynn Lopata,' '62, Jane Po-
horenec, '62, Susan Sloman; '62,
and Betsy Underwood, '61.
John Feldkamp, '61, announced
yesterday that there are still posi-
tions to be filled on the Cinema
Guild and Early Registration com-
mittees. There is also an opening
for an office manager for SGC.
The post of office manager carries
a salary with it.
Petitions for all these posts can
be picked up from Ruth Callahan
in the Student Activities Bdlg.
Need Po lI Workers
For Referendum
"Poll workers to help run the
SGC referendum are needed for
Tuesday and Wednesday," elec-
tions director Roger Seasonwein,
'61, announced yesterday.
Shifts will be an hour long and
begin on the hour. Polls will be
open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both
days on the Diag and from 7 to
10 p.m. on Tuesday at the Under-
graduate Library, Seasonwein said.
Students interested in working
the polls may place their names on
the sign-up lists sent to the hous-
ing units.

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