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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY. APRIL'25. 1955

4 COSTUME PRIlES.
Will Give Awards After Elimination
ftance At May Party On
3May 8
GRAND MARCH OMITTED
Four prizes will be awarded to thje1
wearers of the best costumes at the
Arhtects' May Party, which will be
held May 8 in Waterman gymnasium.
'the winning costumes will be select-
ed in an elimination dance. A com-
mittee will allow those Judged to be
among the best to remain on the floor
during the elimination dance. Then!
it 'Will select the four best.
Everyone attending the party ab-
solutely must come in costume, and
even those in formal dress will be
barred, According to R. E. Burket,
'25A, chairman of the committee. He
also said that the costumes that are
In harb~ony with the setting, which
will be Oriental, will have the best
chance in the costume contest.
For the benefit of those who ex-!
pect to attend the affair, the 'coin-I
ittee has placed costuming infor-I
tioin at the main desk of the I-
birary And in the architectural refer-
enc'e room. There are also a series
of original costume designs on dis-
play in the case in the architectural
corrider in the Engineering b:uilding.'
Since the grand march has been
elimninated from this year's May
Pafr, dancing will begin imwediate-
ly at 9 o'clock and will continue un-
til 2 o'clock. Music will be furnished
by Wright's orchestra, of Columbus,
Ohio, a colored Aggregation.
HIand-colored 'programs and spec-
ially designed invitations have been
prepared, and these will be distribu-
ted with the tickets. The refresh-
ments this year will take the form
of a midnight- supper. Most 'of the de-
signing of decorations for the May
Party this year has been done
through competition in classes in the
architectural college.
REED, TEALDI ATEND
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Serenaders Conclude Pleasant
Evening In. Clash With. Police

Springtime, youth -and romanceltouched by the',anxious chorus froia
mean noDthing to the Ann Arbor policeI the unrer windlows. "C aess well h:iv
force, and as for serenading-the of- to let 'em go,' 'they dlecidedl regretful-
ficers have never heard of the word.l.
Ift Was 1:30 ol'clock Thursday night WVhereupon the duet removedl it self
when two young men strolled down a 'nd its banjo fromn the vehicle of thue
South, University. avenue,,-epquipped la dl(prcedonisw. FY
bNid Bill iss weetWillia i now,"' I bc N
with a banjo and a p air 'of tenor ~ e ste wne hi a
voices. They* were hot, but~teywr aolda they weidd hi w,,
happy,. They~had spen t *hrev- i te direction of Wasliteixa ave-
nue. The windows of die Leaguie iois(i
ning, croonIng plaintive melodies,
'neath the Windows of various sor-beaedsrdonemele inI
ority and League houses, ibut h Irl ing 'of tile banjo died away in I In
had~~~ a~n~ii~ h It thefgirlstdisfbnce, the venerable B11ick linlpo(I
-------had. ap-~r---..- 'toniritsfoay..an

fors of niewspapers throughout the
state, and full professors in the Uni-
vers it y. The remaining 500 copies
are- placed on general sale.
Work is now undlerway on a cinderl
running track at Palmer field. The]
track will be 330 feet in length and,
five lanes wide. It will be ready fUri
use, by May 11.
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1 IIEU fit mul seemned that "Frivolous wbSal, hn dqie 5 iso't,
bi~~ rL~rn~i I rendered in close harmony in the:Itesrn igt
Imoon light, stil I badl power to soothel
Prof. T. H1. Reed of the political The female hieart. Papers Of StateI
science department, and Prof. Au- They' approached the League house
brey Tealdi, head of the landscape at the corner of South and East ilni- Praise Editions I
design department, have been in New versity, -and agreed to close the eve- O ~o rils
York since Monday attending the In- ning in a blaze of glory., They en- - Jo rn lit"
tern ational City and Regional Plan- tered, perched themselves on the back!
ning conference. The convention Is yard ?fence, tuned up-the banjo, and Editorials commenting uponl the ill-
the first international regional plan-I let 'er go.' "Big bad Bill is sweet WXil-I trodtictioii of rThe~ Michigan Journa-
ning convention to be held in Amer- 11am now,""they announced "and the
ica and delegates from both domestic nec"ssary audienceo appeared' in t t thenwwel apspbia
and foreign cities were present. Prof. 'app'e'windows.: It looked 'proiisinwhich ngeiedb h
Eliel Saarinen of Finland, who isj And* then the*,polcefrcstudenin 11tejourithi]fldepart- I
noted for his architectural work in Half of it ,approachied fr om., hetd ent,, have been wvrittei] in ac (vora]
America and who has given co urses] bearing a large flash light,' and the paertor ougnoetd the sat e Thesed
in architecture in the University, other half appae'ntews i- aut pnteis ( sus
also attended. The convention -ad- jilarly equipped. "Whadaya think fclyuoltefrttohUs
journed Thursday. yo'e o ?".te asked rather gru'" and point out the i ill ortallce(,"oof'a
Professor Reed, who is a member, fyouTre moing teysd.laboratory'for ,itudents inllii:; . de-1
fl. hemui casd.lai'tment.
of the National Municipal, League andj "We're serenading," declared the! In atdditionl to the edlitorials wh il
an early advocate of the city manager minstrels, offering the banjo as evid- Iaebe rte oninigae
plan of city government read a paper ence.I To :he sure, the vistois had no hav bnew rbittca ompin)u15 hg v wi
Wednesday on "A Plan for Organi- Itwritteewinuvlicatiton, paptersaty,
zation." HeI discussed the Various required, by. the Jnterfraternlity:coun *p1inited several oft thle lea ture si 0110
needs for governmrental'organization cil, but they okda ebl, ~ iI le di h is ' ~ i
and -activity in present day cities. the blue uniformns "Joi ues ofkTie'placedIuralstorThe new '1-I
The conference paid particular at- singers suggested,' hospit~ihbly,, "and Y kTms dcda tr g(~ fh
tention to the four major problems of We'1l have a quartet'!" n h U tdnswo r epl
city goVernment,'rfing, con- But the;!nfiicers were ssp*eJo;i to put themselves through schlool by
~~~~ove new traficzonng, ,giving blood tranisfusions at the t'ni -!
toovrnwsubdivisions, and reg- they had been .on the force for years, vriyhsiai natceOlIh
planig.Thedeegtesalo ut they, had never heard of: serenad-if'ollt page.
studied the housing problem and -Ing before. There, was something j 'rTheIthird issue of Trhe .lournali it
parkway system of, New York City. wrong, they - decide Id', after a. consulta- wl epae nsae-odyo K
tion. "Come along 'with us," 'they Il~-cmu n l iebosoe.'1-
Wrile 's Ofervited the duet, politely opening the1 priinting ofthis edit ionl has;been.do-1
Camnpus Free GUMni The victims sighed 'andI obeyed, via- Trenton Timles.
valizing a Period- of rehearsing in jail; Both issues of Tile Journalist have
Mor tan ,00 smpe pc1age ~but 'the fair audience was, not to he been practically sold out during the;
Wrey'san"P-K"0gumpl arektoesdi I robbed 0of'its mus -ic. The inatron of mOrning of their -appearance 111)011
tWriutedy the ri'glme copany next'the house Inberfered and explained to the campus. One thousand copies ar'
Monda andTuesay tothe tude the 6fficers just what was meant by a printed. Of this number five hundredI'
MonayandTusda t th sudets"serenade." They were convinced and copies are sent to the Regents,., cii-
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Fifteen pieces of printed textiles,
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