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....16 . 48 . ....TH.M C TG iN DA LY T

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Su V L E AD EK IHUD)DLE -Gov. Kim Sigler of
Michigan, Sen. Homer Ferguson of Michigan and Sen. Owen
Brewster of Maine (left to right) get together at a Detroit dinner
meeting of Michigan Republicans. They favored instructing the
state's 41 delegates to the Republican national convention to vote
for Sen. Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan as presidential nominee.

W H A T' S U P D 0 C ?-Mary Ann Baumann, 15 months
old, gets a checkup from Dr. Elizabeth Seiler (left) while her
mother, Mrs. Victor Baumann, watches procedure at the baby
clinie of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at Milwaukee.

Candy Booth
Appreciated
By Students
League Drives Committee
Sponsors U-Hall Store
Under Coed's Management
By AUDREY BUTTERY
"Who do we thank for this?"
is by far the most prevalent ques-
tion posed by U. Hall shortcutters
as they stop to purchase the day's
supply of peanuts and cigarettes
at the newly-established, student-
run candy store.
The booth, open from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. every day, except Sunday,
is part of a two-fold program in-
novated by the Leagu'e D:ives
Committee to provide students
with small necessities and inci-
dentals more conveniently and at
lower costs.
Volunteers Queried
Unsuspecting volunteer workers
at the booth have been pinned
down more than once by the
query, "You don't mean the Uni-
versity is paying you for this?"
One engineering student, was
convinced that partiality had
again been shown to "the Lit
School slackers." He added that
he knew of a suitable nook in
West Engine, if the workers cared
to change their location.
Student Likes
Trends in student tastes seem
to run definitely in the line of
two-cent suckers and peppermint
lifesavers, reports Joyce Atchi-
son, manager of the booth. "Those
two items sell out every day to
the tune of 350 of each," she add-
ed.
When queried as to the general
reception by students of the store,
Miss Atchison asserted that "if a
waiting line at 9 a.m. every day is
any indcation, the inmovation is
a success. Of course, our best
customers," she added, "are al-
ways the ever-present ticket sell-
ers there in the hall."
Booth Is Extension
The U. Hall booth is an exten-
sion of the candy booth plan al-
ready established in women's dor-
mitories. Each store is stocked
and supervised by a manager un-
der the auspices of the League
Drives Committee. The dormitory
booths are manned by volunteer
residents, who receive League ac-
tivity credits as well as business
experience for their work.
Any profits accruing from the
newly-started businesses will be
donated to the fund for winter-
ization of the University Fresh
Air Camp.
Weddings &
Engagements
Birnbaum-Weisberg
Mrs. Pauline Birnbaum of New
Britain, Conn., announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Lucil-
le, to Harvey L. Weisberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weisberg of
Detroit.
Miss Birnbaum is a senior in the
literary college and is vice-presi-
dent of the Spanish Club.
Mr. Weisberg received his B.A.
degree from the University last
June and is now a freshman in the
the law school. He is former presi-
dent of the Student Legislature,
president of the Michigan region
of the National Student's Associ-
ation, and is affilated with Phi
Beta Kappa, Tau Epsilon Rho,
and Michigamua society.
The couple will be married on
June 27.
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Skinner-Upton
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Skin-
ner of Ann Arbor, and Washing-
ton, D.C., announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Harriet
Woodworth to David Upton, sore
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Up-
ton of St. Joseph.
Miss Skinner was graduated
from the University and is affilia-
ted with Collegiate Sorosis. Mr.
Upton also graduated from the
University. He is a member of
Michigauma, and is affiliated with
Alpha Delta Phi.
The couple will be married in
June.
Classes Will Meet
Classes for expectant mothers
will be held at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Child Health
Building.
Subject of this week's lecture
will be "The Layette and Sup-
plies."
Senior Ball will be held Satur-
day, May 22, instead of Friday,
May 21, as previously announced
in The Daily.

Casbah Skit
To Be Given
By Theta XI'S
"Radio is here to stay" laments
the satirical skit, written and pre-
sented by Buzz Durant and mem-
bers of Theta Xi fraternity, which
will be enacted during intermis-
sion at the Campus Casbah this
weekend.
Sports announcers, disc jockeys
and familiar soap operas will be
verbally lampooned under the
Casbah's spotlight, complemented
by original singing commercials
and background music.
A new style of "smoother, more
danceable music" will be provid-
ed by /Fran Wine-Gar and his
band, featuring Nola and the Cas-
bah quintette on the vocals.
The music of Wine-Gar and his
band was formerly featured on a
half hour broadcast from the Cas-
bah over WHRV.
Guests may reserve tables for
the evening upon entrance to the
League Ballroom. Dances will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day and Saturday.
Tickets are on sale at the main
desk in the League Lobby.

SKATING CLUB--Members of the University Skating Club
participating in the annual carnival are from left to right:
Marcia LaSage, Irene Pirtula, Arlene Flom; center, Mary Frances
Greschke, Carole Somer, Irene Stroub, and Phyllis Babcock.
University., Ann Arbor Clubs
Pla Annual Skating Show

B A BE RU T HS OQ N B E A CIN_--.Mr. and Mrs. Babe
Ruth relax in the sun in front of their cottage at Miami, Fla.,
where the former baseball great is recovering from an illness.

WELCOMED IN TEXAS -Miss Winifred Heidt,
New York opera singer, is presented with a bouquet by cowboy
Rocky Reagan, Jr., at Beeville, Tex., where she appeared in a
recital during a concert tour of the United States.

"Melody on Ice" will be pre-
sented by the Ann Arbor Figure
Skating Club and the University
Ice Skating Club at 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturday at the Coliseum.
Guest skating artists will high-
light the carnival with solos and
special numbers between sequen-
ces.
Through the use of original
costumes and settings, the car-
nival will attempt to recreate
the atmosphere of a Dutch can-
al, while tangos, tropical mar-
kets, fiestas and gay cabelleros
will transform the ice into a
gay south of the border mood.
A candy box, out of which will
skate fairy bon bons, chocolate
drops and lolly pops -will begin
the junior portion of the show.
Six-year-old Joan Lowden of
Detroit, North American "tod-
dlers" speed champion will star
as "Miss Peppermint" in the
fairyland candy box scene. Mem-
bers participating are all un-
der nine years of age.
This "toddler" holds the Michi-
gan state open "Cradle" skating
class title, and has been winning
Detroit pre-junior events since be-
ginning skating at the age of two.
Other featured guest solo-
ists will be Beverly Logan, who
twirls a baton while executing
skating figures, and Miggs Dean
and Helen Fishbeck, junior vet-
erans of Lake Placid summer
carnivals.
A skating duet will be presented
by Dale Brockaway who studied at
Lake Placid and Frances Radford,
University student. Mary Frances
Greschke, former midwestern skat-
Tickets for "Hillelzapoppin,"
will be on sale fromI to 4 p.m.
today through Friday in a
booth in University Hall and
from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
I.Union nPlans
Sweater Hop
The Union Executive Council
will inaugurate its spring series of
specialty dances with the fourth
annual sweater hop from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Un-
ion ballroom.
Dancers must wear sweaters to
be admitted. Intermission enter-
tainment will include the award-
ing of sweaters as door prizes to
coeds and hand-knit articles to
men.
A novel crowning of the 1948
sweater queen will also be held
during intermission. Frank Tink-
er and his orchestra, featured
weekly at the Union, will play for
the hop.
TEACHERS
WANTED
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schools. Without experience be-
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FREE ENROLLMENT
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ing champion and advisor of the
University Skating Club will also
star as soloist.
University Skating Club mem-
bers will present "Carioca," an
original skating specialty in a
south of the border scene.
A ballet of the seasons will cli-
max the skating carnival with
frostbites, spring flowers, snow-
flake princes, and nymph:s coming
to life in ballet form.
APPLICATION
PHOTOS
24-lour Service
IVORY- PHOTO
I OT1030 E. University
Tel. 8413

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