TiIE MICHIGAN DAILY
First Post-War Michilodeon
Carnival To Be Held Saturday
Highlighting the week-end's activi-
ties will be the WAA postwar edition
of Michilodeon Carnival to be pre-
sented from 8 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday in Barbour and Waterman
The traditional affair will feature
booths in Waterman Gym manned by
campus residences and dancing in
Barbour Gym. Music for dancing
will be provided by a campus orches-
tra and an informal carnival atmos-
phere will prevail at Michilodeon
Petitions for positions on the 1946-
47 Sophomore Cabaret central com-
mittee are due at noon Saturday in
the League Undergraduate Office,
according to Ruthann Bales, Judici-
Posts open for the Cabaret include
chairman, assistant chairman, secre-
tary, tickets chairman, publicity
chairman, posters chairman, floor
show chairman, assistant floor show
chairman, singing chairman, dance
chairman, stage manager, costumes
chairman, make-up chairman, decor-
ations chairman, elgibility chairman,
finance chairman, hostess chairman,
and ushers chairman.
Women who petition must be of
sophomore standing next fall. Each
coed should sign for an interviewing
time when she turns in her petition
at the Undergraduate Office.
Each interview will last ten min-
utes, Miss Bales said, and the candi-
date will be expected to know the
duties of the offices for which she is
applying and to discuss her original
plans for the post. An eligibility card
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee should be brought to the inter-
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Wyvern Meeting Today ...
There will be a compusory meet-
ing for all Wyvern members at 5
p.m. today in the Game Room on
the second floor of the League. Jean
Brown has asked anyone unable to
attend to call her.
A meeting for all senior art stu-
dents who wish to work on the dec-
orations committee of Senior Ball
will be held at 4:30 p.m. today in the
WAA Golf Contest....
A meeting of the WAA Golf Club at
5 p.m. today at the WAB putting
green will feature a putting contest,
with prizes for the winners.
Suomynona To Meet . .
Suomynona will hold a meeting
for unaffiliated women not living in.
a league house or dormitory at 1
p.m. today in the Russian Tea Room
in the League.
The purpose of the meeting is to
reorganize the club and to discuss
plans for future activities.
Bowling Tournament ...
Men and women students wishing
to enter the Bowling tournament
sponsored by the WAA should turn in
entrance blanks today, according to
The meet is to be held from 7 p.m.
to 10 p.m. tomorrow in the Union
bowling alleys. Entrance applications
may be obtained by calling Miss Neu-
meister at 2-5618. A small entrance
fee will be charged all those partici-
PROGRAMS * CARDS * STATIONERY
Downtown: 308 NORTH MAIN
Continuous from 1P.M.
Among the booths to be run will be
a "Duck Derby" planned and execut-
ed by the Alpha Xi Delta's. A "Fol-
lies Bezerk" will be offered by the
Beta's, Zeta Tau Alpha will sell
tickets for miniature golf and tele-
grams will be delivered by Sorosis.
Other booths will feature additional
carnival games and refreshments, in-
cluding cokes, ice-cream and a spec-
ial "apple polishing" booth which
will be run by University professors
who will polish apples before each
Floor Shows Planned
Floor shows will be presented at
9:30 p.m. and at 10:30 p.m. in the
Dance Studio of Barbour Gym and
will feature a skit presented by Alpha
Chi Omega. A campus magician will
also provide entertainment.
In addition, a local camera shop
will take pictures and carnival decor-
ations will transform both Barbour
and Waterman Gyms into a colorful
setting for the affair. Tickets will
be sold at the door in five cent de-
nominations and these will pay for
each booth game. Refreshments, too,
will be paid for by tickets. Those
winning at the booths will be award-
ed "Michibucks". These will then be
taken to the WAA prize booth where
prizes such as ashtrays, earrings,
cards and billfolds may be purchased
with the bogus bills.
Prizes To Be Given
Prizes of silver trays, inscribed
"Michilodeon" will be presented to
the houses with the most original
booth and the booth that collects the
largest amount of money. Residences
are reminded by the Michilodeon
central committee that all decorating
materials must be fire-proof.
Gravit Will Give Final
French Club Lecture
Dr. Francis W. Gravit of the Ro-
mance language department, will de-
liver the last lecture in the series
sponsored by Le Cercle Francais at
4:10 p.m. today in Rm. D, Alumni
To Hold Debate
Teams Will Discuss
The twenty-ninth annual champ-
ionship debatesof the Michigan High
School Forensic Association will be
held at 8 p.m. Friday in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall, with teams from
Lansing Sexton High School and
Hudsonville High School competing.
The question for all association de-
bates this year has been "Re olved,
that every able-bodied miale citizen
of the United States should h7ave one
year of full-time military training be-
fore attaining the age of 24". Argu-
ing the affirmative will be Harvey
Moes and Nelson Stegeman of Hud-
sonville, while the negative side will
be upheld by Ann Kontas and Robert
Carson of Lansing.
Coach for the Lansing team is
Maurice Fall, speech teacher at Sex-
ton High School. Superintendent C.
D. Veldhuis coaches the Hudsonville
group. Prof. G. E. Densmore and Prof.
Carl G. Brandt of the speech depart-
ment and Prof. Andrew Weaver,
chairman of the department of speech
at the University of Wisconsin, will
judge the debate.
Chairman for the debate will be
Dean Hayward Keniston of the lit-
erary college. Prof. Donald E. Hargis
of the speech department is manager
of the Michigan High School Foren-
Organist (hdid Will
Hold Meeting Today
The Western Michigan Chapter of
the American Guild of Organists will
hold its first post-war meeting today
in Ann Arbor.
The meeting will begin with a din-
ner at the Methodist Church follow-
'ed by a recital at 8:30 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. Kathryn Karch, Francis
Hopper and Marilyn Mason, all stu-
dents or former students of Prof.
Palmer Christian, will be organists
for the program.
Adult Education Groups Meet
For First Nionvd Ion (erenee
h. ip r
Dr. 'i rles A. Ficre dCCItoi (I
the University Ext usioiI Service. and
other staff members of the extension
service are attending the joint nation-
al conference of adult educators
which is being held today through
Thursday at the Rackham Educa-
tional Memorial in Detroit.
The conference marks the first
time that five national adult edu-
cation organizations have collalor-
ated in plannii: anI stagirig Sueh
a rogram. Tce fie-- o1i-liizatioiis
are the American Association for
Adult Education, the l)epartmient
of Adult Education of the National
Education Association, the Adult
Education Board of the American
Library Association, the Education-
To Give Recital
Vio inist Will Perforin
At nLyia Mendgelssol
Mary Jane Warlwell, violinist, will
t-, rei*al t : R- nm t omr-
a Fili Ii ,ihiary A,, wiation and the
National tUIniversitV Extension As-
so(iation. The lvlIigau counil
on Adult Education is host for the
Outstanding adult educators from
all over the country will be attending
the conference. Among those on the
program are Dr. and Mrs. Harry A.
Overstreet of New York City, nation-
ally known 1f'ItiU1'ur'iaut I mrs and
leaders in adult education; Lynmo
f son, p~residenlt of the Amewrican
Association For Adult. Education; Dr
Mortiner Adler, professor of the phil-
osophy of law at the University of
Chicago; Virgil Jordan, economist
and author and president of the Na-
tional Industrial Conference Board,
New York City.
Highlight of the conference will
be addresses by Gov. Harry F. Kelly
and Eugene B. Elliott, state Super-
intendent of Public Instruction.
They will speak on "Michigan's
Experiment in Adult Education."
General sessions are planned for
all those attending the conference.
There will also be sectional meetings
on topics of special interest.
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Miss Wardwell received her Bachel-
or of Music degree from Miami Uni-
versity in Oxford, Ohio, where she T H ForUmE
studied with Christine Cotner Cono-
ver. Prior to coming to the University An open forum on Christianity will
she taught instrumental music in the be held by the Michigan Christian
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HELP WANTED: Fountain help, top
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Apply in person to Mr. Lombard or
Mr. Benden. Witham's Drug Store,'
corner of S. University and Forest.
WANTED-Experienced waitress for
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children's clothing. Also sheets and
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Symphony. Miss Wardwell is now a
pupil of Gilbert Ross, and has recent-
ly been elected to Pi Kappa Lambda.
national honorary music fraternity.
Har'pist To Present
Lynne Wainwright Palmer, instruc-
tor in harp in the School of Music,
will present a recitalhat 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Lydia Mendelssohn
The program will include compo-
sitions by Salzedo, Brahms, Proko-
fieff Caplet, and Mozart. Mrs. Palmer
will be assisted by Marie Mountain
Clark, flutist, and John Kollen, pian-
ist, also members of the Music fac-
ulty, in Mozart's Concerto for harp
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The program will begin with the
reading of abstracts of the prize-
winning essays of the Fellowship's
Esay Contest. Robert Taylor will
present an abstract of his essay,"Why
I Am Not a Christian", which won
first prize. The abstract of "Why I
Am a Christian" will be presented by
Calvin Didier, who also won a first
prize. The meeting will then be open
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