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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1948

HE MICH IGAN DAILY

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Union. League

To Sponsor Revival of Winter Carnival Feb.

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Mass Meetings
For Committee

Frank Tinker's Band Will Play
For Masquerade of the Heads'

Work

To Be Held

Carnival To Be Divided into Tobogganing,
Skating, Skiing; Competition To Be Run
On House Basis with Trophies Awarded

Winter Carnival, an ola campus
tradition will be revived this year
under the sponsorship of the Un-
ion and League.
The affair will be held Wednes-
day and Thursday, Feb. 2 and 3,
during registration week. The car-
nival along with J-Hop, which is
planned for Feb. 4 and 5, will make
it a weekend-long to be remem-
MASS MEETINGS for all stu-
dents interested in working on
committees for the carnival will
be held at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Union. Students
are asked to bring their eligibility,
cards to the meeting. The commit-
tee has stressed that many people
are needed to make this a suc-
cess.
The carnival is to be divided
into three big divisions includ-
ing skating , tobogganing and
skiing. The first day's events
will take place in the Arbore-
tum. There will be competition
in both the skiing and toboggan-
ing events. In addition there will
be exhibition skiing.
Wednesday evening has been set
aside for a strictly informal rec-
ord dance. Guests will be urged
to wear winter sport clothes to
carry out the dance theme. The
dance hall will be transformed
into a skiing lodge.
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THURSDAY MORNING there
will be an ice carving contest

which will be run in the same way
as the homecoming display con-
test. A trophy will be given to the
house judged best.
An ice skating party will be
held Thursday afternoon at the
Coliseum. Skating will be open
to the public and ithere will be
no competition taking place. It
has been planned for the enjoy-
ment of the students.
An outdoor ice show will be held
Thursday night at Burns Park if
the weather permits. There will be
fancy skating competition, frater-
nity and sorority relays and other
contests. Some acts are also being
planned for the enjoyment of the
spectators.
THE WHOLE AFFAIR will be
run on a house competition basis.
A large billboard will be set up in
front of the library listing every
house entering contestants. Each
house can enter as many people
and as many events as they wish.
An up-to-date account of
points received by each house
will be posted on this bulltein
board. Trophies will be awarded
through a cumulative basis of
points.
Thecarnival will be open to
Ann Arbor residents as well a
students.
General chairman of the car-
nival are Pat McKenna, Nancy
Hess and Dick Slocum.

GRAPES-Lorraine Richardson
holds basket of grapes she
helped pick during wine week
celebrated in California.
Independents
To Hold Rally
A rally for all independent stu-
dents will be held at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday in the League Ballroom
sponsored by Assembly Association
and AIM.
All independent candidates
running for the Student Legisla-
ture will be introduced and lists of
candidates will be distributed to
all who attend.
The main objective of the rally'
is to get as many students as
All independents running for
the Student Legislature are to
call Marian Grant or Betsy
Vinieratos, 2-3225, or contact
the Assembly Office in the
League from 3 to 5 p.m.
possible out to vote. The second
objective is to get students to
support the independentcandi-
dates running, according to Ar-
lette Harbour, Assembly president.
Norris Domangue, chairman of
the NSA committee of the Student
Legislature, will act as master of
ceremonies.

Something new will be added to
the fun of masqued guests attend-
ing "Masquerade of the Heads,",
semi-formal scheduled from 9e
p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri., Nov. 19 in thei
Union Ballroom.f
According to Jim Kirkemo, pub-
licity chairman, the committee has
prepared a special surprise for the
masqueraders which should pro-
vide an extra measure of the un-
usual.
Students in the School of Music,
College of Architecture and De-
sign, Modern Dance Club, Ballet
Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Socie-
ty and Play Production are eligi-
ble to attend.
IN ADDITION to the atmos-
phere provided by humorous and
fantastic masques and elaborate
abstract decoration, a unique
floorshow has been planned. j
Members of the School of
Muic faculty will provide the
laughs with their skit in music
and pantomine entitled, "Ham-
let, Where Have You Been?"
This playlet scored a hit during
Oriental Week.
The entertainmen will also in-
clude a distinctive performance by
members of the Modern Dance
Club. The dance, called "The Cure
of the Manic," or "Masquerade of
the Head," is completely new and
different, according to Kirkemo.
MEMBERS OF the Ballet Club
will also participate in this part
of the program with a Pas, de
Quatre.
Kirkemo emphasized that all
students in the College of Archi-
tecture and Design are welcome
and urged to attend the dance.
He said that some misappre-
hension has existed in this col-
lege as to who may come to the
affair.
Tickets are now on sale for the
dance in both schools. Specific
place of sale for Play Production
students is posted on the second
floor bulletin board in Temporary
Classroom Building. Tickets are
$2.25 per couple and are limited to
students in the above-listed
groups.
MASQUES, WHICH will extend

from the shoulders up, are expect-
ed to represent everything from
eccentric people to household ap-
pliances. Prizes will be awarded
for the most humorous and the
most artistic masques.
Frank Tinker and his orches -
tra, which regularly provide
music at the Union, will play
for the semi-formal masquerade.
Women will be granted 1:30
a.m. permissions to attend.
Jonas Mullet and Karen Lindh
are co-chairman of the dance
committee, which has been chosen
from all major groups sponsoring
the affair. tA national magazine
and local and Detroit newspapers
will cover the dance.
A revival of Beaux Arts Ball,
formerly a traditional and popular
dance on campus, Masquerade of
the Heals is now entitled Fine
Arts Ball and is expected to be re-
turned to the University as an an-
nual affair.

Senior Post
Petitions Due
The Assembly Office in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League
will be open to all who would like
help in writing petitions for senior
positions from 4 to 5 p.m. all week
through Friday.
Petitions are due Monday, Nov.
29. Activities chairmen of the
dormitories and league houses will
be in the chairmen of the dormi-
tories and league houses will be
in the Assembly Office to advise
those interested in petitioning for
the various senior position.
WAA Notes
Badminton Club-There will be
a meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday in
Barbour Gymnasium.
Modern Dance Club-A meeting
will take place from 7 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday in the Barbour Dance
Studio. Work will be done on the
Christmas demonstration. Dues
will be collected.

presidents will meet at 5 p.m. to-
day.
Dormitory presidents will meet
in the Assembly Office of the
League. Those who will be unable
to attend are to send representa-
tives or call Arlette Harbour,
2-3225.
League House presidents will
meet in the ABC Room of the
League. Presidents who cannot

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The Singing Chorus of Soph
Cabaret will rehearse at 5 p.m.
today in the League.

COED CAL1EN1DARl
Dormitory and league house ;attend are also to send represen-

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tatives or contact Mary Jo Wilson
at Mosher Hall.
Junior Assistants to League
personnel will meet at 5 p.m. today
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.

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Solution to Very Grave Problems
Offered by Union Talent Shows

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There is now one less student at
the University of Michigan.
An anonymous person has
passed on to the great beyond. The
funeral procession, carrying an
expensive mahogany coffin, was
seen by many shocked students
between 11 a.m. and noon last
Wednesday. Leading the entour-
age was the four piece Zeta Psi
band dressed in "morning" clothes
and led by Hal Beam.
Their dirges threw an atmos-
phere of funeral gloom over the
entire campus. In fact, the inci-
dent caused such gloom that sev-
eral coeds were seen shedding
tears in their-coke.
STHE DECEASED is now buried
-on the mall along with political
discussions. His case is a sad one.
It seems that the poor fellow was
so wrought up at not being able
tdisplay his talents at the Un-
ion Talent Shows that he threat-
ened to do something drastic.
Of course no one took him
seriously when he threatened to
leap from Burton Tower, but
he was true to his word. His
lifeless cadaver was found early
Wednesday morning lying hori-
zontally on the terra firma. It
was not a pretty picture; not one
that we are anxious to have du-
plicated.
This terrible incident has caused
the Union to take notice of the ex-
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isting situation. They now realize
that innumerable students are
feeling badly because they have
not yet had the opportunity to
display their talents at the Union
shows.
The Michigan Union is now
ready to alleviate all the suffer-I
ing these frustrated entertainers,
are undergoing. All those falling
into this category should come to
the Union Student Offices and
talk to Bob Perrin or some other
member of the Student Relations
Committee.
Officials Club
There will be a meeting of
the officials club members at
6:45 p.m. today in the Barbour
Gymnasium for the purpose of
going to Ypsilanti to take the
scheduled practical tests.

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