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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Eligible Coeds To State Definite
Plans in Coph Cabaret Petitions
Central Comm ittee structive criticisms of past Cabarets
are desired. Ideas for general themes
Will Be Selected are alsobwelccm d.
Interviews will be held April 30
Petitions for Sophomore Cabaret and May 1 and 2 in the Judiciary
central committee memberships may Council Rcom adjoining the Un-
dergradtiate Office of the League.
be turned in this week, and must be wi e enminutes in length
in the Judiciary petition box in the and the applicant should be pre-
undergraduate Office of the League pared to discuss her plans for or-
by noon Saturday. ganization of her committee.

WAA Notices Driv
Ti .d Needy

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Women may petition for general
chairman, assistant chairman, sec-
retary, publicity chairman, tickets
chairman, posters chairman, floor
show chairman, singing chairman,
dance chairman, stage manager, cos-
tume chairman, make-up chairman,
eligibility chairman, finance chair-
man, programs chairman and ushers
chairman.
Coeds who wish to apply for
these posts must be of sopohomore
standing next fall and must be eli-
gible. Petitions may be obtained in
the League Social Director's Office,
and should be filled out in full.
Each petition should include the
applicant's specific plans for each
office she desires, and a coed may pe-
tition for more than one post, listing
them in order of her preference.
She should include original ideas
for each of these positions, and con-

Information may be had from past
President's Reports, which can be
found in the Social Director's Office
and in the League Library, and from
past committee heads. Lists of duties
will also be posted in the Undergrad-
uate Office.
Women should sign for interviews
when turning in their petitions, and
an eligibility card signed by the
Merit-Tutorial committee should be
brought to the interview.
Coeds To Interview
Interviewing for senior League
Council, Executive Council, and Ju-
diciary Council posts will be held
tomorrow, Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Friday in the Judiciary council room.
Eligibility cards should be brought to
interviews.

Games in the WAA softball tourna-
ment will be played as follows during
the coming week:
Monday: Newberry vs. Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, White House vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta, Zone 6 vs. Zone 7, Zones
2 and 4 vs. Delta Gamma at 7 p.m.
Tuesday: Kappa Delta vs. Alpha
Phi, Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi at 5:10 p.m., Couzens 2 vs.
Barbour, Jordan vs. Madison at 7
p.m.
Wednesday: Alpha Delta Pi vs.
Zone 1, Sigma Delta Tau vs. Pi Beta{
Phi at 5:10 p.m. Couzens 3 vs. ZoneI
9, Couzens 1 vs. Zone 5 at 7 p.m.
Thursday: Alpha Xi Delta vs. Chi!
Omega, Alpha Chi Omega vs. Tri-
Delt, Pi Beta Phi 2 vs. Alpha Omicron
Pi, Cheever vs. Alpha Gamma Delta
at 5:10 p.m.; Couzens 4 vs. Zone 8,
Michigan League vs. Martha Cook
at 7 p.m.
"Night games must start at 7:00 p.m.a
because of darkness. In the event
that Ann Arbor goes on Daylight Sav-I
ing Time, night games will be played
at 7:14 p.m.," Pat Daniels, softball
manager, announced. If the weather;
is doubtful, players should call the
WAB after 3 p.m. to see whether
games are to be played.
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Bowling Meet . ..

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R to help clothe the needy
of war-torn countries of
e League will sponsor the
hing Drive starting to-
d cotinuing through the
Tuesday. April 30.
csidents will be responsible
sirg their houses and ask-
jed to contribute as many
clot hing as she can. All

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(third floor front) AdministrationI
Building, University Hospital. The
talk, which will include demonstra-,
tion of the machines, is open to allj
interested persons.I
Phi Sigma members are requested
to attend a short business meeting in
Room 3003, at 7:30 p.m.

Firt Vnitarian Church: Lane Hall.,j Ann Arbor Society of Friends
10:00 a.m. Unitarian-Friends' Church 'Quakers): Meeting for worship Sun-
Shool1 at Lane Hail Basement rooms, day afternoon at 5 o'clock, Kalama-
Special Easter p:ogram for upper and ce Room, Michigan League.
lower divisions cmbined.--
1C:OJ win. Adin Stdv-Grcup Grace BibleChurch: 6:11 a.m. Sun-
Lane Hall -Upper Rem. Mr. Clark rise Service.
Hopkins di cussing. "Political and 8:00 a.m. Breakfast in the church.
Economic Signiance of the Present 10:00 a.im. Bible School. Univer-
Religious Conflict in Palestine." All sity class. Mr. Edward Groesbeck,
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donati ns should be turned in no la- Michigan Chapter A.A.U.P. meets I ivited.
ter than Tuesday, April 30, and a 6:15 Tuesday, April 23. Mr. F. L. 11:00 a.m. Easter Service of Wor-
complete list of the clothing must Lemler, Director of the Bureau of ship- Lane Hall Auditorium. Rev.
accompany the house contribution. Visual Education in the Extension Edward H. Redman preaching on
,-HE clothing collected during the Service, will present a demonstration 1th topic: What! No Life Preser-
ivewl esn oteFse and talk on "Visual Aids in Univ-e,- vers,' a dsuso of Unitarianviw
Parents Plan for War Children and sity Instruction." Members may brii) n immortality.
frmheresPn Wago overseas to the guests. Join Union Cafeteria line at 6:30 p.m. Unitarian Student Group
frolem tfEn widFrceHoland, 6:15 and take trays to lunchroom of - Parsonage, 110 N. State Street.
Faculty Club. Buffet Supper and discussion led by
Belgium and Malta. .Prof. Mischa Titiev on "Conflict be-
The people of Europe are despe- nAn and Religion."
ra to for all articles of clothing, es-- Hillel Social Committee. -ropology
peciallv undergarments" said Jean There wil be an important meeting :::__> _
Gaffncy, treasurer of the League. of the Hillel Social Committee Mon-
Miss Gaffney added that the houses day, April 22, at 7:00 p.m at the
might strive to see how many per- Foundation. All members of this con-
sons they could completely clothe. mittee are urgently requested to at--
- -------tend, as there is important business
tendng. You're
ci irr v rr Ono oaN c . endin . ,II;

11:00 a.m. Morning Service. "Life
to the Full."
12:45 p.m. "The Bible Hour" over
WPAG.
7:30 p.m. '"Thnugh You Knew".

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First Presbyterian Church: West-
minister Guild will have an Easter
Sunrise Service at 7:00 a.m. followed
by breakfast. They will attend the
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sor an all-campus bowling tourna-std instruction in golf from 4
ment from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednes- p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday outside of WAB.
day at the Union. Univeristy Women's Riding Club
All men and women who are stu- will meet at 4 p.m. Friday at Barbour
dents at the University are welcome Gym.
to enter the meet. Matches will be'Coed .. ' ..
scheduled so that each entrant need Golf Club . U.
not be present during the entire time.
Those entering should fill out an There will be a meeting of the
application blank which may be ob- WAA Golf Club at 5 p.m. Tuesday at
tained from Marie Neumeister, club the WAB putting green.
manager, 2-5618. An entrance fee Barbara Dewey, club manager, said,
will be charged all those who enter "It is compulsory for every member to
the tournament. Entry blanks must attend this meeting." First and booby
be turned in to Miss Neumeister be- prizes will be awarded in the putting
fore Wednesday. contest. She also reminded coeds that
: the deadline for scores in the Wo-

Suomynona reorganization meeting
on Tuesday, April 23, from 12 to 1:00
p.m. at the Russian Tea Room in the
League. Opposite the League cafe-
teria. Any independent woman not
living in a dorm or League house
is invited to attend. Bring a sand-
wich if you can.
Churches
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw: Easter Sunday Service
at 11:00 a.m., with sermon by the
Rev. Alfred Scheips, "Risen, AS HE
SAID!"

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That hair-do did
the trick.
Lovely to look at,
easy to care for ..
make your appointment now.
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0 1205 SOUTH UNIVERSITY PHONE 4818

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Club Meetings .,..
Fencing Club will meet at 4:20 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday on the WAB
terrace. Bouting only for Tuesday,
but instruction will be given on
Thursday.
Girl's Golf Club will meet for an
important putting meeting at 5 p.m.
Tuesday on the putting green just
outside of WAB. A first and booby
prize will be awarded. All members
should attend.
Crop and Saddle will meet at 5 p.m.
Tuesday at Barbour Gym.
Men's Riding Club, Crop and Saddle
and University Women's Riding
Club will meet at 9 p.m. Wednesday

men's Golf Tournament is Tuesday.
Any coed wishing to enter the tour-
nament should turn in a signed score-
card at the WAB by Tuesday show-
ing her score on the last nine holes.
The first four winners will be named
University Golf team members, and
the next four will be alternates. All
eight are to receive the privilege of
free play on the University course.
Today may be one of the rare times
when friend coed is seen in her sleek
and feminine Easter hat. She has
spent many hours combing local
shops for THE right head covering,
but after today, statistics show that
it will probably repose in her hat
box for the rest of the season.

Ef4STER PflRFIDE
OF Vf4LUES

LADIES' JODPHUR BREECHES
$5.50
sptMO E Smt £hop4*
711 North University 907 South State
A SALE that spells REDUCTION
Reduction on all Spring and Summer Merchandise
to make room for increased stocks.

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DRESSES

Regularly
Regularly
Regularly
Regularly

$32.50
$22.50
$16.95
$ 8.30

to
to
to
to

$39.95
$29.95
$22.50
$15.95

COATS and SUITS

,.$19.00
. $17.00
. . . $15.00
...$ 7.00
S. .$35.00
. . $25.00
. . . $15.00

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for morale
building -
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Regularly
Regularly
SKIRTS
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Apparel

$49.95
$32.95
$19.50

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$59.95
$39.95
$24.95

Drastically Reduced
COAT AN SKI IT ENSEMILES
formerly $55.00 reduced to $39.95
_COA"i"
formerly $49.95 reduced to $37.50
formerly 44.95 reduced to 35.00
formerly 43.00 reduced to 32.50
formerly 35.00 reduced to 27.50

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$ 5.95

to
to
to

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8.95 .
5.95.

7.00
5.00
3.00

SWEATERS
Regularly to $10.95
PLAYSUITS
Regularly $5.95 .

.. . $4.00
$3.00
$1.19

BRAS
Rcg uIa r l
Regularly
SLACKS
Regularly
Regularly
JACKETS
Regularly
Regularly
Regularly

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$14.95 . . . $8.00
$10.95 . . . $7.00

formerly
formerly

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RAINCOATS
Regularly $7.95

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29.95 reduced to

19.50

$4.00

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GAY PRINTS that make you feel
the lilt of Spring - lovely lush
pastels - so fascinating - so-so
flattening with their soft flirty
little peplums - cap sleeves -
slim skirts and tiny waists. For
Madame or Miss.

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