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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA, MCIRUH' ,1i40

Michigras CommitteeExplains Last Yea
hile plans for the 1948 Mich- committee co-chairmen Keith
s went rapidly ahead last Jordan and Rae Keller follow:ih eared in The Daily promising
c, The Daily received a letterT E that a financial statement would
2 a student who said he'd like To the Editor: be furnished b the Michi ra
now how the '47 carnival fin- When Michigras was over last a
1 up - in the red or black? year, I believe a statement ap- committee for publication. To my
* * * *

rs Finances
knowledge such a statement has
never appeared.
Since the primary purpose of
Michigras is to raise money for
a women's swimming pool, the
time and money put into it by the
students are, in effect, donated
to the University and earmarked
for the pool. There was consid-
erable discussion last year about
the amount chargedby the Build-
ing and Grounds department for
labor and rent.
Before we are asked to contrib-
ute our time and money this year,
I think it is only reasonable for
us to ask what proportion of our
efforts will eventually go to the
swimming pool fund. The best an-
swer you can give is to publish a
complete financial report of last
year's Michigras.
-James J. Brady.
* * *
"The aim this year Is to keep
down the expense for the average
student. This means more free en-
tertainment, better entertainment,
and a good deal more work. With
more experience behind us this
year our hope is to eliminate the
crowded conditions we know ex-
isted," Rae Keller, co-chairman,
said yesterday.
"This year the proceeds will be
split between the women's swim-
ming pool and a charity the Union
selects.
"We certainly hope to turn over
a good deal of money to the two
funds; but first and foremost we
want to give the campus the big-
gest and best Michigras possible.
Campus Get-Together
"This is probably the only time
during the year that all the cam-
pus organizations get together and
have a good time. We encourage
everyone with ideas to submit
plans for the parade and booths."
Prizes will be awarded to pa-
rade and booth participants on
the basis of originality and clever-
ness.
'Jane Fyre' Scheduled
Here for March 14-15
"Jane Eyre," starring Orson
Welles and Joan Fontaine, will be
shown at 3 and 8:30 p.m., March
14 and at 8:30 p.m., March 15, in
the Kellogg Auditorium.
The film is being shown here
at the request of the English de-
partment and under the sponsor-
ship of the LZ.F.A. and the Art
Cinema League.
Tickets for "Jane Eyre" will go
on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday in
University Hall.

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Library Sends
UN Booklets
To IIIStitutiOnlS
The University of Michigan Li-
brary Extension Service is doing
its share in promoting a better
understanding of the United Na-
tions organization by distributing
informational booklets on the UN
to schools, libraries and clubs
tlroughout the state.
Designated by the Department
of Public Information of the UN
as its "correspondence center"
for Michigan, the Library Exten-
sion Service has available a large
stock of reference material, in-
cluding such titles as "The Eco-
nomic Commission for Europe,"
"UNESCO Reports," and guides
for visitors to the various council
meetings. These booklets, as well
as others explaining the' general
purpose and activities of the or-
ganization, are available on loan
to teachers and club leaders who
request them.
The Library Extension Service
also includes among its activities,
the preparation of current reading
lists which are sent to University
alumni throughout the world.

" GUIIILID NIEWS °

Inter-Guild Council will meet at
2:30 p.m. today in Lane Hall lib-
rary to discuss Good Friday and
Easter services, the Spring Retreat
in April and the state-wide con-
vocation to be held in East Lan-
sing May 1.
Guild representatives are re-
quested to bring the names of
their members who will be working
on "Religion in Life Week."
.* * *
Dr. Allan MacRae, president of
Faith Theological Seminary, will
speak on 'The Gospel in the Old
Testament" at 4:30 p.m. today in
Lane Hall.
A noted archaeologist and Old
Testament scholar, Dr. MacRae
will speak under the auspices of
Michigan Christian Fellowship.
Dr. MacRae is a veteran of several
archaeological trips to the Near
East, and studied Egyptology at
the University of Berlin. His
mountain scaling ability once won
him an award for saving a climb-
er's life.
* * *

the first in a series of four semi-
nars at 9:30 a.m. today. Dr. Car-
rothers will speak on "The East-
er Principle in the Lives of Men
and Nations."
A study of cont porary relig-
ions will begin at 30 p.m. today
at the Guild House. Speakers will
be Herbert Mandel and Debabrata
Dutt. A supper and fellowship
hour will follow.
* * *
Dr. Harold Skidmore, superin-
tendent of the Michigan Congre-
gation al-Christian Conference, will
speak on "The Function of the
Church Today" at 6 p.m. today in
the Memorial Christian Church.
The guild will also serve supper.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran student
club, will meet for supper and re-
views of two articles at 5:30 p.m.
today. Eleanor Breitmeyer will
review "Communism and the
Church." Gus Butterbach will re-
view "Books of Faith and Power."
Grace Bible Guild will meet for
a cost supper at 6:15 p.m. today in
the church Fellowship Hall.

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Daily-Patterson.
MICHIGRAS CENTRAL COMMITTEE-Left to right, first row:
Naida Chernow, tickets; Francie Carpenter, prizes; Rae Keller,
general co-chairman; Rose Marie Schoetz, secretary; Judy Diggs,
booths, Ann McGrew, parade. Second Row: Dick Slocum, parade;
Nancy Helmick, Daily publicity; Bob Seeber, finance; Cynthia
Finn, posters; Keith Jordan, general co-chairman; Betty Cole,
programs. Third Row: Bill Tattersall, booths; John Lindquist,
decorations; Bill Owen, concessions; Dick Allen, programs; Jim
Kistler, prizes; Jack Leonard, general publicity. Missing are Bob
Kerby, tickets and Edith Andrew, refreshments.

-AP News Photo
IT COULDN'T HAPPEN
HERE-Night club entertainor
who does a strip tease act under
the name of "Stormy," displays
bandages on her face, wrist, and
ankle which she received when
Louisiana State University stud-
ents tossed her into a lake.

NOTE TIME STARTING TODAY
SCHEDULE LYICHIGAN at Regular Prices!

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Finalists Selected
In Speech Contest
Four student speakers were se-
lected Friday to compete in the
finals of the University Oratorical
Contest March 26.
They are Robert Hawkins,
Frank Nelson, Deborah Rabino-
witz, and Jerry Ryan. Final ora-
tions will be approximately 1,800
words.
Finalist winners will represent
the University in the Northern
Oratorical League contest May 6,
at the University of Wisconsin,
against Iowa, Minnesota, North-
western and Western Reserve uni-
versities.

Rose Bowl-Olympic year-Ensian
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WANTED: High School student or
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BUSINESS SERVICES
DRESSMAKING - Suits and Dresses -
Specializing with Vogue - Altera-
tions - Call for appointment. Mrs.
L. Ringinen, 2-2604. )91
THINK OF HILDEGARDE'S when you
think of spring. Let us give your last
year's wardrobe that new look. Alter-
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Hildegarde Shop, 109 East Washing-
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WANTED TO RENT
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May 1 or 15. Call Northville 322 col-
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WANTED - Graduate woman student
and child desperately need housing
for summer 1948 and school year 1948-
49. Box 55, care Michigan Daily. )78
APARTMENT wanted as soon as pos-
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Quiet, considerate. Contact Al Gross,
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TIP US OFF on your apartment if you
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apt. in June. Possible 3 yr. occu-
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or unfurnished house or apartment.
Clean, comfortable and convenient
to law school. Two year lease starting
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LOST-Strand of. pearls on campus-
Sentimental value. Finder call Lil-
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FOUND-200 pounds silverware, corner
Hill and Oxford, vicinity of Sigma Nu
house. Owners please claim. )7
LOST-Sunburst style pin. Set with
pearls on gold backing. Barbour Gym
and W.A.B. )i
AMYTHEST Ring-Lost J-Hop weekend.
Sentimental value. Reward, Call Cork
at 3-1511, ext. 2147. )2
LOST-Phi Sigma honorary society key.
Lost two weeks ago on campus or
Willow Run bus. Name engraved.
Reward. Box 66, Michigan Daily. )93
LOST-Black Parker 51 and Ronson
Lighter with initials H.D.M. Monday
night at basketball game. Call H.
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6115 daytimes or 2-2602 evenings. Re-
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NT OF SPEECH and the SCHOOL OF MUSIC present
A DOUBLE BILL OF OPERA

DfIDnO ANU AENEAS"
by HENRY PURCELL
and
"THETELEPHONE"
by Gian-Carlo Menotti

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