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____________________________________________ .A&RA as ik f' 1 l7HIN IW I LeJI.


State Petitioning Deadlines
For Soph Cabaret, Senior Posts,

......... .

Phil Brestoff

Pre-War WAA


Women Must Sign
By Noon Saturday
Petitions for senior League Coun
cil and Judiciary positions must be
turned in by noon Saturday to th
Judiciary petition box in the Un
dergraduate Office of the League.
Women seeking senior posts mus
be Juniors who will have senior
standing next fall, and must hav
had a year's experience in League ac-
tivities. Interviews will be held Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fri-
day, April 22, 23, 24, and 26, in the
Council Room, and each woman
should sign for an interviewing time
when turning in her petition.
Eligibiflity Cards Necessary
Eligibility cards must be brought
to interviews, and the cards should be
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee. In addition, coeds petition-
ing should submit as references the
names of a house director, a faculty
member, and an upperclass woman.
One position ,on the Judiciary
Council will be open to women peti-
tioning, and members of the League
Council and Executive Council will
also be chosen at this time. Positions
on the Executive council are presi-
dent, vice-president, secretary, and
Requirements Named
Women applying for these posts
should not only show through their
petitions and interviews- that they
are familiar with the functions of the
offices, but should also be prepared
to discuss long-term policies, in-
cluding class projects and the gen-
eral organization of League activi-
In addition to the Executive posi-
tions, the League Council jobs for
which women may petition are as
follows: merit-tutorial chairman,
personnel chairman, social chairman,
freshman orientation advisors' chair-
man, transfer orientation advisors'
chairman, publicity chairman, and
drives chairman.

Coeds May Present
POlans for Positions
Women who will be of sophomor
e standing next fall may now petition
e for positions on the Sophomore Cab
aret central committee for 1946-47
- according to Ruthann Bales, chair
man of Judiciary Council.
t Petitions should be turned in by
r noon Saturday, April 27, to the Ju-
e diciary petition box in the Under-
graduate Office of the League, and
interviews are scheduled to be held
- from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. the following
- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in
the Council Room.
Committee Posts Open
The Central committee posts which
are open include chairman, assistant
chairman, secretary, publicity chair-
man, posters chairman, tickets chair-
man, floor show chairman, assistant
floor show chairman, dance chair-
man, stage manager, singing chair-
man, and script chairman.
Other positions for which women
may petition are costumes chairman,
make-up chairman, programs chair-
man, eligibility chairman, refresh-
ient chairman, hostess chairman,
finance chairman, decorations chair-
man, and usher chairman.
Past Reports Available
Coeds interested in petitioning are
urged to consult the president's re-
ports in -the League Library, the
bulletin board in the Undergradu-
ate Office and women who are past
committee heads of Cabaret.
Each interviewee must bring an
eligibility card signed by the Merit-
Tutorial Committee to her interview.
She should be prepared to discuss
her original plans for the position or
positions she desires, and must know
the specific duties of the offices.
Constructive criticisms of past Cab-
arets, original plans, and specific
ideas for organization of her com-
mittee's functions should be included
in the petitions.
Trip lightly to your next spring
formal in ballet slippers with roses
or other artifical flowers fastened to
the top.

Will Highlight Carnival EventI
All-Ca' pus Bl To Be Revived

Phil Brestoff, his violin and his or-
chestra, will be featured at the third
e annual all-campus Pan-American
- Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a..
Friday, April 26, in the League Ball-
- room.
Brestoff plays daily over Detroit
station WXYZ of the Michigan Radio
- Network. Jinny Lou's "songs with a
southern accent" and George Ball,
'romantic baritone,' will be the fea-
tured vocalists of the evening.
Brestoff Well Known in Detroit
Aside from his radio experience,
Brestoff was musical director for the;
Michigan Theater in Detroit for sev-
eral years, and is in addition, leader
of the Hotel Statler Terrace Room
String Ensemble. A concert artist of'
the violin, he is recognized as a star
of his instrument.+
The orchestra is known for its var-
iety of musical numbers ranging from
swing to rhumbas and tangos of La-
tin America.
Gilberto Pasquera, chairman of the
ball, will act as master of ceremonies.
The program to be given during the
intermission will consist of various1
representative songs and dances ofI
the American countries.
Flags to Dominate Decorations ,
Decorations, under the chairman-
ship of Franzio de Salles, will centerI
around the flags of the twenty-oneE
Republics of the Americas.I
Ticket booths will be situated onI
the campus diagonal from 10 a.m. tof
noon, and in the Union from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today and tomorrow.
Proceeds from the dance will go
to the International Center fund,1
which provides for activities and pro-c
grams given by foreign students.
Party Plannedi
By Art Schoold
Members of the School of Architec-a
ture and Design will sponsor a party
for all students and faculty mem-
bers, from 7 p.m. to midnight Friday,
April 26, in the WAB.
The feature event of the evening
will be a baseball game between stu-
dents and faculty. Following the
game there will be square dancing,s
a floor show, and refreshments. e
The purpose of the party is to bringi
the students and faculty membersa
together in an informal atmosphere,
and also to raise money for the Archi-t
tecture and Design Ball.
Committee heads for the affair
have been named and are as follows:
General chairmen: Winnie Chan, Ol-
ga Kazarinoff, Betty A. Sweeney, Jean
Nester and Jackie Carl; decoration
co-chairmen; Ann Helwig and Danl
Flannigan; refreshments; Dick Wel- j
dermuth and Mary Ellen McCrady;d
tickets; Carl Cummins, Chuck Ness,L
Dione Wenger, Dolly Wakenfield, BobL
Kiley, and Bob Hughes; entertain-
ment; Bess Tamura, Tom Van Deu-
sen, and Bob Seigel; publicity; AliceL
Traja and Betty Sweeney. Photo-
graphy; Bob Hughes; baseball game;b
Francis Radford and Bob Boston. ~


Look Your
9 ForEaster lest
For busy days on campus and
that special Easter Sunday date, t u dei n he ar cof r e
let s deignthe aircoiffure
that's right for you - today.
1402 Washington Hts. Phone 2-3413

Game, Refreshment BoothsE
To Be Manned by Residences;
Prizes Offered for Originality
Michilodeon Carnival, a time hon-
cred tradition at Michigan before the
war. will be revived in colorful style_
by the Women's Athletic Association
frcm 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday,.
April 27, in Barbour and Waterman
Adhering strictly to the informal
atmosphere of a carnival, Michilo-
deon will offer games and refresh-
ments at booths manned by various
campus residences. Prizes of silver
trays will be awarded to houses
which have the most original booth
and the booth that collects the great-t
est amount of money,
Tickets, priced at five cents each,
will be purchasedz at the doors andt
each game will cost one ticket. Re-1
freshmept will also be raid for in
tickets and winners at the various1
beaths will be presented with "Michi-t
bucks," These will then be taken tof
the prize booth where prizes such as
picture frames, rings, pipes, playingt
cards and billfolds may be purchasedC
with the bogus bills.
Proceeds from the affair will got
toward a fund established by WAA tot
erect a swimming pool for all womena
on campus. WAA will also man a re-
freshment booth, and music for
dancing in Barbour Gym will be
furnished by a campus orchestra.
Two flor shows will occupy the
spotlight at 9:30 p.m. and at 10:30s
p.m. and will be presented by local7
campus talent. In addition, picturesC
will be taken by a local camera shopr
and carnival decorations will key-v
note the evening.
Houses which will man booths have t
been reminded by the Michilodeon
central committee that only fireproof
decorating materials may be used.
Games such as air rifle, turtle racing,
weight guessing and other carnival
amusements will be featured.
Of special interest to all students
will be the "apple polishing" booth
which will be manned by University
professors who will sell apples and
polish them before each sale.
Michilodeon was last held at Mich-
igan in 1941 and was jointly spon-
sored by the Union and WAA. The
event is open this year to all who are
interested in attending and informal
attire will prevail.
Ships Ball Planned
As Part of Navy
Celebration in May,
Plans for a three-day farewell cel-
ebration May 29, 30 and 31 in honor
of NROTC, V-12 and Marine stu-
dents, were revealed yesterday by
Lieut. R. A. Bowman, officer in
harge of preparations.
A Ships Ball tentatively set for
May 31 or June 8 and starring Elliot
Lawrence and his orchestra, will cli-
max the festivities, which are to
begin May 29 with a final Unit re-
view. At this time the Color Com-
pany and their feminine represen-
tative will be honored.
An open house on Memorial Day,
.ay 30. will be held in North Hall,
aid a bulffet supper at the West
quad will be held for members of
he Unit and their families. Follow-
ng the supper, a variety show, fea-
uring members of the Unit, 'will be
resented at the Quad.
Since many veterans on campus
nd in the vicinity are former Navy
r Marine personnel, Ships Ball will
e open to them provided they are
n uniform, Lieut. Bowman explained.
Vore extensive plans for the dance
ill be announced later, he added.

717 North University Ave.
Just the thing

Houses Asked
To Help League
Clothing Drive
The League is asking all women on
campus to contribute to the Easter
Clothing Drive which will start Mon-
day and continue through Tuesday,
House presidents will be personally
responsible for canvassing their
houses for articles of clothing. Con-
tributions are to go to the Foster
Parents Plan for War Children, Inc.
Each coed will be asked to donate as
much of the needed clothing as she
can to help clothe the needy people
of war-torn countries.
"Clothing for men, women and
ten-agers are especially in demand
and houses might strive to see how
nany persons they can completely
clothe with underwear, socks and
outer garments," Jean Gaffney an-
All articles of Clothing should be
turned in no later than Tuesday,
April 30, in the game room on the
second floor of the League. Each
house must turn in a complete li t
of the clothing contributed during
the drive.
"Women who are sending some of
their winter clothes home now might
donate the clothing they won't be
wearing next winter, and graduating
seniors may want to give some of
their old school clothes to the Eas-
ter Clothing Drive," Miss Gaffney
Tutoring To Beg in
Students who desire to be tutored
should fill out a slip in the Merit-
Tutorial box in the Undergraduate
Office of the League indicating their
name and the subject in which they
wish to be tutored.
They will be given the name of two
tutors whom they may contact. r
Bought, Rented
314 S. State St. Phone 7177

Egg Finders To
Be Admitted
There are still a few undiscovered
Easter eggs hidden on campus which
will entitle finders to free tickets for
the Bunny Hop which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in
the Rainbow Room of the Union.
Eggs are stamped with the Union
seal and should be presented at the
ticket office of the Union in return
for admission to the affair.
The informal Easter dance is the
second of a special series and will
feature the music of Bill Layton
and his orchestra, with Patti Du-
Pont, as vocalist. The Union Tap-
room will be open for refreshments.
Decorations will be based on an
Easter theme. Details have been kept
a secret, but a novel twist is prom-
Student To Teach
nd ian Folk Dance
Mrs. Bhanu Parikh, Indian student
at the University, will teach one of
the folk dances of her country, the
Stick Dance, at the Youth Hostel folk
dance session from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
today in Lane Hall for all students.
As a special feature, Bipin Mahta
will play the musical accompaniment
for the dance on the dilruba.






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WAA Notices
The WAA Swimming Club is giv-
ing up its time from 10 a.m. until 11
a.m. in the Union pool for the next
two Saturdays, April 20 and April
27, to enable Michigan women to
practice for the Inter-House Swim-
ming meet which will be held April
There will also be open swimming
from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m. on Satur-
days as usual so womeniiiiactually
have a two hour practice session.
All members of the WAA Skating
Club, including plain and fancy
ckaters, are urged to attend a meet-
ing to elect officers at 5 p.m. today at
Barbour Gym.
The Univeisity Women's Riding
Club will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow at
Barbour Gym.



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