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I EDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 947

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Tickets May Be Purchased
For 'Manila Square' Today

Tickets for "Manila Square," a
barn dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday, April 19,
in Waterman Gymnasium, will go
on sale today in the Union, League
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Student ufors
u Available Now
Any student desiring to be tu-
tored may sign up now in the Mer-
it-Tutorial Office in the League,
according to Judy Rado, chairman
of the Merit-Tutorial Committee.
Interested students should fill
out a slip with their name, plhone
number and subject in which they
wish to be tutored and leave it in
Miss Rado's box in the Undergrad-
uate Office in the League.
These students will be given the
names of two tutors whom they
can contact. Tutors are avail-
able for all courses and are paid
75 cents an hour.
Those in need of tutoring should
sign up immediately, according to
Miss Rado, as there is always a
rush for tutors at the end of the
semester.

and University Hall,
Tim Doolittle and his band will
furnish music for the dance which
is sponsored by the Joseph Ral-
ston Hayden Memorial Library
Committee.
Since many formal dances are
bing held that weekend,the cen-
tral committee has decided to
make "Manila Square" a semi-
coed bid affair. Both men and
women may invite dates. This
arrangement will allow women
to repay their formal dates.
Women are requested to wear
peasant skirts and men to wear
blue jeans, fatigues or other in-
formal attire as the theme of the
dance is to be rural.
Doolittle and his band will
play special numbers for square
dancing in addition to their
regular music. Decorations and
I rograms have been planned to
fit the theme.
Proceeds from the dance will go
to rebuild a library at the Univer-
sity of the Philippines, which is
to be named after Joseph Ralston
Hayden, former professor of po-
litical science at the University of.
Michigan.

Float Parade
Will Be Held
For Michigras
Campus residents and other
student organizations may enter
floats in the Michigras parade tc
be held on the opening day of
Michigras carnival.
Floats may be humorous or seri-
ous, and may advertise a campus
club and its activities. Those spon-
sored by dormitories, sororities and
fraternities may advertise either
the organization or its booth at
Michigras.
Prizes To Be Awarded
Prizes will be awarded to the
men's and women's houses enter-
ing the best floats. Judging wil
be done by a committee of faculty
and local officials.
Representatives of campus resi-
dences and clubs wishing tcenter
floats in the parade should call
Rae Keller at 2-5618.
Special Section for Bikes
A special section of the parade
is scheduled to include bicycles
decorated by the owners. A motor-
bike division will also be featured,
and a prize will be awarded to the
person entering the best-decorated
bicycle or motorbike. Those wish-
ing to enter this division may call
Chuck Bailie at 2-3189, and mo-
torbike owners should contact Don
Bowman, 336 Hinsdale House, East
Quad.
Ann Arbor business or social
organizations may arrange to
sponsor a float in the Michigras
parade by calling B~ailie at 2-3189.

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'Slide Rule'
To Be Held
Strong's Band to Feature
Talley, Bailey as Vocalists
Against a background of gigan-
tic blueprints, Bob Strong and his
orchestra will provide the dance
music for the annual Slide Rulk
Ball, which will be presented from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, April 18,I
in Waterman Gymnasium.
Featured with Strong's ,orches-
tra will be Jo Ann Talley and Don
Bailey, vocalists, and Johnny Car-
roll, trumpeter. Highlightin; the
entertainment program during in-
termission will be a boogie-woogie
pianist whose name is being with-
held by the committee.
Engineering Decorations
Replicas of slide rules, T-squares
and other engineering equipment
will decorate the gym. There are
tentative plans afoot to wire the
official slide rule in order to pre-
vent losing it again. It has just

League Council, Mortar Board Will Spon
Scholarships for Sophomore, Junior Women

GREY FLANNEL-A well-cut
young suit, touched off with a
flat collar of white pique. The
cutaway jacket has a fishtail
back and the skirt is plain and
straight.
Field Work
Open Now
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League Awards
Application blanks for the Ethel
A. McCormick scholarships may
now be obtained in the Social
Director's Office in the League.
iThe scholarships, of which thcre
are three, are for $100 each or
one year and are available to soph-
omore and junior women. Thee
will be given on the basis of extrni-
curricular activities, scholrsbhip
and need.
The applications together ;iith
three recommendations must be
returned no later than Saturn-
day, April 19, to the box in the
Social Director's Office. Th.-
recommendations turned in must
be originals and not copies.
Coeds should sign for interviews
when they turn in their applica-
tion blanks. Interviews will be
held from 3 to 4 p.m. Monday and

:3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday. April 21 and
22 in the Undergraduate Office of
the League,
The Exeeutive Council of the
I League 1ndergraduate Council
will interview applicants. Mem-
bers of the Executive Council
are Ellen Hill, president of the
League Council; Josephine Simp-
son, vice-president; Phyllis Wil-
man, secretary; Carolyn Daley,
treasurer and Jean Louise Bole,
chairman of the Judiciary Com-
mittee.
Mortar Board
Mortar Board is sponsoring two
scholarships of $150 each, for a
sophomore and a junior woman.
Applications for these scholar-
ships may be picked up at the Un-
dergraduate Office in the League,
and will be awarded on the basis
of service to the University, high

scholastic achievement, and nee
for the assistance.
The money for these awards w
collected from the proceeds
Pay-Off dance which Mart
Board gave the weekend after
Hop,
Applications must be filedt
Saturday, April 19, and the wi\.
ners of the scholarships will
announced at Installation Nigi
I-In.
DiaAnds
Wedding
S717 North University Ave.

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Purse That Looks Like a Book
Slips under your arm with the rest of your books
. . lies flat and looks good. On the inside,
plenty of space : . . coin purse, zipper comport-
ment, smooth lining. Opens on three sides like,
a note book.

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By LOIS KELSC
rTHE BUREAU of Psy
Services, part of t
tute for Human Adjust
fers a facility for field
graduate students in p
and education.
"The present trend i
types of psychologists1
interneships. More ai
universities are requirint
their students and we
'interneships for stud(
MiclA an," lDr. Wilma, D
Director of~ the Bureau,d
1 "'HE BUREAU is soc
that students may
different levels. M. A. a
candidates and post-doc
ternes are now getting ac
ical experience there.
Those doing work o
dren's problems exam
children under the clos
visionl of a regular cl
studying their personal
terns and motor deve
through play, testing, ta
parents and the organiz
reports. -
THE SPECIAL clinical
division of the Bure
exams to those with d
like aphasia or blindness
to discover what they are1
ed to do and what sor
placement would be mo
factory for them.
Persons seeking vo
advisement have an in
terview during which pa
problems are delineated
of examinations is plann4
en and scored. For the f
terview all the informati
tegrated and presented
dents 'doing field work
Bureau might participat
one of these steps of t
gram, depending on wh
of training they had rea
Approximately 75 perso
thus far gone through
terneship program of the
The head of the Student
nel Bureau of the Univ
Illinois, the head of th
tional Guidance and Me
giene Clinic at the Univ
Florida and the educati
rector of the Lapeer Sta
and Training School ar
these.
Others who have traine
Bureau have become psyc
at the Bradley Home for(
at Providence, R. I., int
York City public school sy
the Payne-Whitney Ps
Clinic in New York City,

a tes been returned after three years of
Honorary engineering plaques
contributed by various engineer-
chological ing organizations and honor soci-
he Insti- eties will also be on display. The
ment, of- central committee asks that or-
work to ganizations who have not as yet
sychology submitted their plaques please do
so at once.
s for all Refreshments To Be Served
to serve Refreshments will be served by
id more the Assembly Association commit-
ig this of tee in Barbur Gymnasium. All
provide coeds will receive dance programs
ents at designeds to fit the theme.
"onahue, Tickets are still available to the
eclared' entire campus in University Hall,
organized the Engine Arch and the Union.
enter at Traditional Slide Rule Ball is pre-
,nd Ph.D. sented every spring by the Michi-
toral in- gan Technic.
tual cin -
n chil- T(T
ine the WAA r T I .
e sue-teN
4inician, _________________
ity pat-
lopment Crop an Saddle A secton will
,lks with meet at 7:15 p.m. today at Bar-
ation of bour Gym. The B section, sched-
uled to ride at 6:45 tomorrow, will
services not meet this week.
eau gives
isabilities The Modern Dance Club will co-
in order operate with the modern dance
best suit- classes of the Physical Education
t of job department in presenting a recital
s)t satis- at 4:20 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym.
cational
itial in- The Ballet Club will hold its
articular regular meetings at 7 p.m. today
. A set for beginners and at 8 p.m. today
ed, tak- for intermediates at Barbour Gym.
final in-
on is in- The Camp Counselor's Club will
d. Stu- hold a, supper cook-out at 5:30
at the p.m. today. A small fee to cover
e in any cost of food will be collected.
he pro- Reservations should be mae by
at level calling Virginia Howe at 2-4471.
ached.
ons have The Decorations committee of
the in- Michigras will meet at 4 p.m. to-
Bureau. day in -Room 302 of the Union.
Person-
ersity of
e Voca-
ntal Hy-
ersity of E e
onal di-
te Home
e among With
d at the
hologists
Children
the New s
ystem, in
ychiatric

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