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Latin Rmericcins
Will Sponsor Ball
Annual Formal Tomorrow Will Feature
Phil Brestoff's Orchestra, Entertainment
Featuring Phil Brestoff's orchestra keepmig with the theme, "The Ameri-
and vocalists Jinny Lou and George cas united go forward," a colorful

Dental Students

Ball, the members of the Latin Amer-
ican Society of the University wil
present their annual formal Pan-
American Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m
tomorrow in the League Ballroom.
Brestoff, Detroit radio station
WXYZ's orchestra leader, is heard
daily over the Michigan Radio Net-
work. Aside from his radio experience,
he is leader of a Detroit hotel string
ensemble, and in addition, is recog-
nized as a concert violin artist.
Decorations, under the chairman-
ship of Franzio de Sales, will depict
a typical Latin American scene. In
Coeds Urged
To Contribute
Old Clothing
All women's organized houses on
campus will be canvassed this week by
their house presidents for clothing
contributions for the Easter Cloth-
ing Drive sponsored by the League.
The drive will end Tuesday and all
donations should be in the game room
on the second floor of the League by
then. A complete list of all articles of
clothing contributed must accom-
pany every house donation.
The clothing collected during the
drive will be sent to the Foster Par-
ents' Plan For War Children, Inc.,
which will take the responsibility of
distributing the clothing to the people
of England, France, Holland, Bel-
gium and Malta.
All kinds of clothing are badly
needed by the people of these war-
torn countries. Many haven't even
one change of clothing and rampant
skin diseases are resulting from these
unsanitary conditions.
Each coed will be asked to contrib-
ute anything and all that she can. It
has been suggested that houses strive
to see how many people they can
completely clothe from shoes and
underwear to outer garments with
their contributions.
Michilodeon Meeting
There will 'be a meeting of the
Michilodeon ticket committee at 4:30
p.m. today in the correctives room
of Barbour Gym. Members who will
be unable to attend should contact
Betty Eaton at 2-4514 before the
meeting.

display of flags of the twenty-one Re-
publics of the Western Hemisphere
will line the entrance of the ball-
room. A map of North and South
America will appear behind the band-
stand, and various Mexican figures
will decorate the walls.

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Interrdission Entertainment
Gilberto Pesquera, chairman of the
dance, will act as master of ceremon-
ies for a program to be given during
intermission. Entertainment will in-
clude a number of songs and dances
representative of the Republics by
members of the society.
A guitar duet of Spanish songs
will be played and sung by Luis Pal-
encia and Raul Salvat; the Caribe
Quintet, composed of Nando Gutier-
rez, Pedro de Cardi, Raul Salvat,
Augusto Malabet and Gilberto Pes-
quera will sing rhumbas and boleros;
Jean Parsons and Helen Morley will
perform a number of Spanish dances;
and a boogie woogie specialty dance
will typify the United States.
Annual Tradition
The American Legion will be the
special guests of the society this year,
as they were last year. The dance,
presented for the first time in 1944,
has become an annual activity spon-
sored by the society in commemora-
tion of Pan-American Day.
The holiday has been celebrated
annually throughout the Western
Hemisphere on April 14, since it was
officially proclaimed in 1931. The
purpose of the celebration is to fur-
ther unity among the American
countries.
Women have been granted 1:30
a.m. permission for the affair, and
a few remaining tickets may be pur-
chased at the Union and the Interna-
tional Center.

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DOLLS FOR EUi0PE-'arbara, 8, daughter
father a doll similar to the ones she's sending

of Bob Burns, shows her
to Europeani children.

Traditional Michilodeon Carnival
Will Be Qiven by WAA Saturday

Cookl

Coeds

Lead

In March Activities
Martha Cook women led all coed
dormitories in activity hours March
with an average of 37.6 hours per wo-
man, Grace Hansen, assembly dorm
activities, chairman, announced re-
cently.
Second place was taken by Betsy
Barbour with 20.6 hours per woman
and Lockwood Manor placed third
with 20.2 hours per coed. Receiving
mention were Helen Newberry, 14.5
hours, Ridgeway House, 13.8 hours,
and Mosher with an average of 13.7
hours per woman.
Activities sheets for April are due
Saturday, May 4.

Reviving a traditional campus
t event which has not leen held since
1941, WAA will present Michilodeon
Carnival from 8 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in Barbour and Waterman
Gyms.
Booths manned by campus resi-
dences in Waterman Gym and danc-
ing to music furnished by Tony Desi-
derio and his orchestra in Barbour
Gym will highlight the affair which
was discontinued when war was de-
clared.
In addition, two floor shows will
be presented at 9:30 p.m. and at
10:30 p.m. in the Dance Studio of$
Scroll To Give
nThe members of Senior Society,
Mortarboard and the Alumnae Coun-
cil will be honored at a dinner given
by Scroll, senior honor society for
affiliated women at 6:30 p.m. today
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
There will be forty-five guests at
the dinner, which is the second an-
nual dinner of this kind. The guests
wil include 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 cn
"Odds and Ends from Africa to Italy,"
and the title of Mary Brownrigg's
speech will be "A Year in Iran."
WAA Bowling Club
Enters .Top Scores
In Telegraphic Meet
The WAA Bowling Club has entered
the scores of its members in the
March contest of the Intercollegiate
Bowling Telegraphic tournament.
Coeds whose scores were entered,
and their two-game averages, are as
follows: Pat Brezner, 166.5, Martha
McCray, 153, Helen Cole, 145, Martha
Aden, 144.5, Jeannette Britton, 144,
Joan Crishal, 142, Helen Javorski,
141.5, Fran Culbertson, 139.5, Betty
Raymond, 138.5, and Janice Borock,
135.
High game of the past week was
recorded by Martha Allen, whose
game score was 180. This week will
complete the club's bowling activities
of the year.

Barbour Gym. Occupying the spot-
light will be a. magician and a skit
presented by Alpha Chi Omega.
Pictures will be taken by a local
camera shop and carnival decora-
tions will keynote the evening.
Prizes of silver trays, engraved
with "1946 Michilodeon" will be
awarded for the most unusual booth
and for the booth which collects the
largest amount of money. Only fire-
proof decorating materials may be
used by houses running booths and
both refreshment and games booths
Iwill be erected.
Among the booths will be "Down
Beat Room," featuring the "D.U.'s,"
Kappa Kappa Gamma will offer
Any coeds who would like to
work on the checking committee
for the XVAA Michilodeon are ask-
ed to call Jan Morgan, 5257, to-
day or leave their names in the
WAA box in the Undergraduate
office of the League.
"Wolf Bean Bag" and Kappa Delta
will offer oldtime movies with their
"Michiloedon Nickelodeon."
It has been rumored that a gi-
gantic magician might make his
appearance on campus today to in-
vite all students to attend Michilo-
deon. His headquarters will be the
center of the "Diag" and his cos-
tutns will represent a portion of
the IMichilodeon theme.
Also, (uIming the dinner hour to-
day, invitations will be personally
delivered to campus residences in-
viting them to attend the carnival.
The exact nature of the invitations
will not be revealed until they are de-
livered, and houses receiving them
are asked that they be posted.
Handbills, advertising Michilodeon,
are also being distributed. Tickets
will be in five cent denominations
and will be sold at the Barbour Gym
entrance. These will pay for the va-
rious booth games. Refreshments
will also )e paid for in tickets.
Those N-ho win at the carnival
games wih be awarded "Michi-
bucks" which will then be taken to
the WAA prize booth where prizes
such as billfol's, cigarette cases,
cards and earrings may be pur-
chased with the bills.
The last Michilodeon was jointly
sponsored by the Union and WAA,
and boasted of a record-breaking
crowd. At that time, Michilodeon pa-
rade was held and prizes were
awarded to outstanding student per-
sonalities.

To Qive Odonto
Formal at Union
The 12th annual Odonto Ball. Den-
tal School dance, will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
Presented annually by the junior
class in honor of graduating seniors,
the affair is open only to dental stu-
dents and members of ethe dental
faculty.
Bill Layton and his campus orches-
tra will be spotlighted on the band-
stand at the semi-formal dance.
Patti DuPont, coed songstress. will
carry vocal honors and has promised
to sing the favorite "Oh What It
Seems to Be," highlighting theaeve-
ning of dancing.
It is rumored that "Texas Jack"
Pascoe, dental school junior and co-
median from Flint, will be on hand
with his guitar and "Frustrated Five"
ensemble to entertain dancers at in-
termission.
Punch and cookies will be served
on the dance floor and unusual pro-
grams are promised by the commit-
tee. Odonto Ball, which means "of
the tooth," was originated in 1936
and is now one of the school dances
presented annually.
Soph Petitions
Due Satu-Arday
Applicants for Cabaret Posts
To Be Interviewed Next Week
The deadline for all petitions for
the central committee of Soph Cab-
aret, will be noon Saturday and inter-
views will be held Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday in the Council Room
of the League.
Petitioning forms may be obtained
in the Social Director's Office, and
should be filled out completely. A coed
may petition for more than one post,
listing them in order of her prefer-
ence. However, specific plans must be
included for each office for which
the candidate applies.
In the interviewing each coed will
be asked to discuss her original plans
for the office. She will be expected to
know all of the duties connected with
the post. Each interviewee must pre-
sent an eligibility card.
All of the Cabaret posts are to be
filled with coeds who will be of sopho-
more standing next fall. Each woman
appointed will be the head of a com-
mittee and will also act as a member
of the central committee, which plans
the theme, entertainment and ar-
rangements for the sophomore wo-
men's annual project.
Positions which are open include
general chairman, assistant chair-
man, secretary, publicity chairman,
tickets chairman, posters chairman,
floor show chairman, assistant floor
show chairman, singing chairman,
dancing chairman, stage manager,
costumes chairman, make-up chair-a
man, decorations chairman, eligibility
chairman, programs chairman, fin-
ance chairman and ushers chairman.
Help Win the Peace,
Hold Your Bonds

(Continuedfrorm Pag 4)
The Modern Poetry Club will meet
tonight in Room 3231 Angell Hall, at
7:30. Dean Walter, guest speaker,
will lead a discussion cn Karl Sha-
piro.
Graduate Record Concerts are held
every Thursday evening 8:00 to 10:00
in the Men's Lounge of the Graduate
Rackham School Building. These
concerts are run for graduate stu-
dents only. Special request numbers
may be left with the House Director
in the Graduate School office. The
following program will be given to-
night:
Schubert-Rondo in B Minor (for
piano and violin).
Mozart-Quartet No. 17, in B Flat
Major ("Hunt").
Chopin-Concerto No. 2, in F Minor.
Coming Events
The Geological Journal Club will
meet in Rm. 4065, Nat. Set. Bldg. at
12:15 p.m. on Friday, April 26.
Dr. W. Fiedler of the Jones-Laugh-
lin Co., will speak.
All intensted are cordially invited
to attend.
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 Mende'ssohn Theater. All seats
are reserved. Tickets will be on sale
at the box office on Monday, April
29; Tuesday, April 30, from 2:00-5:00
p.m.; Wednesday, May 1, from 2:00-
8:30 p.m. Call 6300 for reservations.
Members of Le Cercle Francais will
pay the federal tax only.
The Art Cinema League and Mu
Phi ' 'Epsilon present "LIFE OF
BEETHOVEN" with Harry Baur, in
sepia print. French dialogue; English
titles. Friday and Saturday, 8:30 p.m.
Box office opens 2:00 p.m. daily.
Phone 6300 reservations. Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
The Angell Hall Observatory will
be open to visitors Friday evening,
April 26, from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m., if
the sky is clear, to observe Jupiter
and Saturn. Children must be ac-
companied by adults.
If the sky is cloudy or nearly
cloudy, the Observatory will not be
open.
The Graduate Outing Club is plan-
ning a hike for Sunday, April 28. If
the weather is suitable they may go
canoeing. Those interested should
pay the supper fee at the checkroom
desk in the Rackham Building be-
fore noon Saturday. Hikers will meet
in the Outing Club rooms in the
Dianonds(O
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Weddingc
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717 North University Ave.

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Rackham Building at 2:30 Sunday.
Use northwest entrance.
International Center: The I'ller-
national Center announces a pro-
gram on aviation to be given Sunday,
April 28, at 7:30 p.m, in Rooms 316-
320 Michigan Union. A March of
Time film, "Airways of the Future,"
will be shown followed by an address
by Prof. William S. Housel. Depart-
ment of Civil Engineering, on the
activities the University contemplates
inaugurating at Willow Run Airport.
Refreshments and a Community Sing
in the Center will conclude the pro-
gram. All Foreign Students, their
friends, and interested Americans
are cordially invited to attend.
ICC The Education Committe of
the Inter-Cooperative Council will
present a talk by Howard McCluisky,
Professor of Educational Psycholgy:
"The Educational Role of Co-op,,. on
Friday, April 28, 8:15 p.m., at Riob -
ert Owen Co-op, 1017 Oakland. A
bull session will follow and refrfsh-
ments will be served. Open to ev ry-
one.
Wesleyan Guild will have a Hay-
ride Friday night. For reservations
call 6881 before Friday noon. Meet
in the lounge at 8:30 and we shall
return about 10:30 for refreshments
and dancing.
Delta. Kappa Gamma and Pi
Lambda Theta members and alumni
are cordially invited to attend a tea
honoring Miss Dora V. Smith of the
University of Minnesota to be held in
the West Conference room of the
Rackham Building on Friday, April
26, at 4:00 p.m.
Pi Lambda Theta annual Spdng
Guest Tea will be held in the West
Conference Room, Rackham Bwdid-
ing, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., on Satur-
day, April 27. All members are urged
to attend.
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