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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WAA To Offer
Games, Dancing
At Mtchtlodeon
'46 Carnival Will Be Presented
Saturday; Campus Residences

Plan Varied Entertainments
Featuring a colorful carnival at-
mzosphere, the Women's Athletic As'-
sociatin will psn ineon
from8 p.mn. to mnight Saturdiyin
Bar bourand Waterman Gyms.
Booths, manncd by campus resi-
dences, will be erected in Waterman
Gym, and music for dancin in Bar-
bour Grm will be furnished by Tony
Desiderio and his orchestra. Decora-
tions wlil nclude a ceiling covered
with maize and blu decoratin ma-
terials, and in aditon
ures will greet gusts as tey enter
Michilodeon through Barbour Gym.
Tickets will be sold i five cent
denominations and three ti?-ets
will be included in the twenty-five
cent admission charge. The booth
games will be aid for in tickets
end refreshments will also be pur-
chased in the same manner. Those
who win at the game hcths will be
presented with "'iihib k." These
will then be taken to the WAA
prize booth where prizes such as
cigarette cases, billfolds, cards and
earrings -may be purchased with
the bogus bills..
Among the booths to be run will
be "Loop the Leg, planned by Alpha
Epsilon Phi, fortue tellin manned
by Kappa Alph Theta, Sigma Chi's
"Electric Penny Pitch and Kappa
Delta's "Michilodeon Nickelodeon."
The Delta Gammas will allow
their booth patrons to throw
sponges at them and a turtle race
will be offered by Pi Eta Phi.
Newberry will sp nsor a "House of
Horrors." Other booths will offer
games of chance aId beau bag
throwing. Refreslhment booths,
offering cokes, ice-cream and po-
tato chips will also be 'mAnned by
certain campus residences. A sxe-
cial "apple pohing booth will
be rtn by Unverity professors
who will polish apples before each
sale.
Prizes of silver trays will be award-
ed to the house which has the most
original booth and to the booth which
collects the largest amount of money.;
The tray will be engraved with "1943
Michilodeon." Houses planning the
booths are reminded by the Michilo-
deon central committee that only
fire-proof decorating materials may
be used.
Pictures will be taken by a local'
camera shop and on Thursday
novel invitations will be delivered
by the central committee to house
mothers or house presidents during
the dinner hour. The exact nature
of the invitations has not yet been,
revealed by the central committee,
but each house will be asked to1
post the invitation once it is re-
ceived.
Also, students have been asked to
be on the lookout for a gigantic clown
who will appear on campus sometime
before the evening of Michiloedon.
He will be here to invite everyone to;
attend the first edition of the tradi-
tional affair to be presented since
1941. It has been rumored that his
headquarters will be the center of
the diagonal.

Soph Cabaret
Petitions Due
Saturday Noon
Petitions for the 1946-47 Soph
'aba ret are due at noon Saturday in
the petition box of the League Under-
raduate Office.
Coeds may petition for chairman,
ssistant chairman, secretary, public-
ity chairman, posters chairman,
tickets chairman, floor show chair-
.nan, a nt floor show chairman,
lance ,chlairman, stage manager, sing-
ng chairman, script chairman, cos-
°umes chairman, make-up chairman,
programs chairman, eligibility chair-
man, refreshment chairman, hostess
chairman, finance chairman, decora-
tions chairman, and usher chairman.
All of the chairmanships are posts
on the central committee which will
nake all plans and produce the 1946-
17 Soph Cabaret. Each will be ex-
pected to have original plans for each
position for which she is applying.
Interviews lasting ten minutes will
be held on April 30 and May 1 and 2
and coeds should sign up for an in-
terviewing time when handing in
their petitions. An eligibility card
signed by the Merit-Tutorial Com-
mittee of the League will be required
for each interviewee.
The Michigan Lames' Child Study
Group will meet at 7:45 p.m., today,
at the home of Mrs. Robert H. White-
ley, 1237 Olivia.
'1he group will attend a meeting at
leyk School.

By LOIS KELSO
"One, two, three! To the side!
3irls, keep your feet out of the way
ind they won't get stepped on."
JGP's social dancing ('aVse: were
in progress, attended by about wC
hundred men, mostly veterans, for-
gn students, and fsshme For an
hour they earnestly l)U7iei-d their
.partners around th, floor to the ac-
companiment of loudly shouted di-
rections from the teacher, John B.
Gwinn.
Mr. Gwinn, formerly a lieuten-
ant-commander in the Navy, said
that he had first developed an in-
terest in teaching social daneing
at Kanoehie Naval Air Stat'ion ini
the Hawaiian Islands.
"Some of the boys usrd to sit
around wondering what to do," he ex-
plained. "They seemed to be inter-
ested in learning how to dance, and
as I had a professional course, I
started to teach in the rec hall."'
Mr. Gwinn said that the classes
here compare very favorably with
those at Kancehe. "No one seems at
all backward about entering into
the thing," he commented. One
source of confusion to him has
been the Del Foy. People kep ask-
ing about it, and he doesn't knew
it. Apparently the Del Foy has not
yet reached the Hawaiian Islands.
JGP's social dancing classes are a
very good idea, according to Mr.

2'~'nnHle pointed out that the
lass es are a wonderful place to make
nistakes without being conspicuous.
Some of the social dancing done on
Wis campus has surpri-ed him con-
idem ably. "Girls nowadays have to
be riagicians to figure out what will
happen next." he remarked.
Coed Contributions
To Aid Europe s
Clothing Shortage
The League is asking all coeds on
campus to contribute to the Easter
Clothing Drive in an effort to aid
the Foster Parents' Plan For War
Children, Inc., which is attempting
to remedy the clothing shortage in the
countries of Europe devastated by
war.
The clothing drive will continue
throughout this week, ending Tues-
day. All women's organized houses
will be personally canvassed by the
house presidents and each coed will
be asked to give any articles of cloth-
ing that she can spare.
All clothing collected .during the
Easter Clothing Drive will be sent
to the Foster Parents' Plan For War
Children, Inc., which in turn will
ship them overseas to England,
France, Holland, Belgium and Malta.
Clothing' should be brought to the
Game Room on the second floor of
the League.
Residents of Betsy Barbour House
will have an exchange dinner with
residents of Tyler House, East Quad-
rangle, at 5:30 p.m. today.

JQP Dancing Instructor Finds
Classes Qood, Pupils Interested

Annual Dance'
Will Be Given
Ball To Be Presented Friday
By Latin-American Society
In ccmmemoration of Pan-Ameri-
can Day, the Latin-American Society
of the University will sponsor the an-
nual Pan-American Ball from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday in the League Ball-
room.
The Pan-American Union, now 56
years old, is an internationa or-
ganization created and maintained
by twenty-one American Republics:
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Co-
lumbia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salva-
dcr, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Para-
guay, Peru, United States, Uraguay,
and Venezuela.
Originally known as the Interna-
tional Bureau of the American Re-
publics, the union was established as
such, in 1890 in accordance with a
resolution passed April 14 of that
year by the first International Con-
ference of America in October, 1899.
April 14 was tlien set aside in 1931
as the official holiday honoring the
Republics of the Americas to be
known as Pan-American Day. Pro-
grams have been taking place since
then to further the unity among the
countries.
The creation of machinery for the
orderly settlement of inter-American
disputes is known as one of the out-
standing achievements of the Pan-
American Union. The purpose of the
union is to promote friendship and
close relations among the Republics
of the continent, and peace and se-
curity within their borders by foster-
ing constructive cooperation among
them.
The annual dance in keeping with
these ideals is placed as close as pos-
sible to the holiday.

A "dream fantasy" theme will high-
light the Architecture and Design
School party to be held from 8 p7,m.!
4o midnight Friday in the WAB.
The decorations, under the direc-f
tion of Ann Heiwick and Don Flan-
nigan, will feature a number of ab-
stract designs depicting a fanciful
world to be found by going through
a picture frame in Alice in Wonder-
land fashion.
One of the important events of the
evening will be a baseball game be-
tween the architecture students and
the design students. Some of the pro-
fessors will play on the teams and

Art School Will Hold Party Friday

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Come on you students, let's begin

Ulrich's, Follett's, and Slater's, too

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Coming Events
The Geological Journal Club will
meet in Rm. 4065, Nat. ScR. Bldg. at
12:15 p.m. on Friday, April 26.
Dr. W. Fiedler of the Jones-Laugh-
lin Co., will speak.
All inteicsted are cordially invited
to attend.
Veterans enrolled in the University
of Michigan as well as other veterans
are most cordially invited to attend
the meeting being held Thursday
afternoon, April 25, at 2:00 in the
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Build-
ing, at which time compulsory mili-
tary service in peacetime will be the
topic under consideration. After the
able presentation of e6ch side of the
question, the meeting will be thrown
open for a free-for-all discussion.
Veterans as well as others are in-
vited to participate in the discussion.
Tea at the International Center:
The weeciy informal teas at the In-
ternational Center on Thursd ys,
from 4:00 tc 5:30 p.m. are open to
ali foreign students and their Ameri-
can friends.
Undergraduate Education Club
will meet in the Library of the Uni-
versity Elementary School Thursday
at 4:00 p.m.
This week the club will sponsor a
round-table discussion on the ques-
tion of establishing a newspaper for
the School of Education.
The Undergraduate Education Club

extends its invitation to all students
interested in education.
ICC The Education Committee of
the Inter-Cooperative Council will
present a talk by Howard McClusky,
Professor of Educational Psycholugy:
"The Educational Role of Co-ops,' on
Friday, April 26th, 8:15 p.m. at Rob-
ert Owen Co-op. 1017 Oakland. A
bull session will follow and refrcsh-
ments will be served. Open to every-
one.
The Annual French Play: Le Cer-
cle Francais will present "Les
Femmes Savantes," a comedy in five
acts and in verse by Moliere, on Wed-
nesday, May 1, at 8:30 p.m. in the
Lydia MendCssohn Theater. All seats
are reserved. Tickets will be on sale
at the box office on Monday, April
29, on Tuesday, April 30, from 2:00
p.m. to 5 p m., and on Wednesday,
May 1, from 2:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Call 6300 for reservations. Members
of Le Cercie Francais will pay the
federal tax only.
Assembly Speakers' Bureau will
hold a short meeting Thursday at
5:00 in the Assembly Office of the
League. All those interested are urged
to attend. Please bring your eligibil-
ity cards. For further iniormatilon,
contact Gretel Schinnerer at 23225.
All campus non-date record dance
at the Rackham building Friday eve-
ning, April 27, 8:30-12:00 p.m. Re-
freshments will be served. 'I'ere will
be a small fee-sponsore i by the All
Nations' Club.

Scroll, senior honor society for af-
filiated women, will give their second
annual dinner honoring members of
Senior Society, Mortarboard and the
Alumnae Council at 6:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League.
There will be 45 guests at the din-
ner including the executive board of

the Alumnae Council and members of
the Administration. A program of
three speeches will be given after the
dinner. Margaret Ayres will speak on
"A GAL in the ETO," Molly Carney
will talk on "Odds and Ends from
Africa to Italy" and the title of Mary
Brownrigg's speech will be "A Year
in Iran."

Scroll Will Entertain at Annual Dinner

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