To Man Booths in Michigras
To Help Coeds
Michigras has given the go-
ahead to 58 campus organizations
to man booths in the carnival Ap-
ril 21 and 22.
The lucky 58, the largest num-
ber of participating groups in Mi-
chigras history will construct and
operate 45 booths, presenting
widely varied amusements during
the two evening performances.
COMMENTING ON the diver-
sity of ideas submitted by organi-
zations petitioning for space, Hal
Sperlich, booth co-chairman, said,
"It was a tough job of selection.
Even with the merging of organ-
izations for a single booth, we
still had to turn down a lot of fine
Sperlich explained that the
size of Yost Field House, where
the carnival will be held, lim-
ited the number of booths, and
also restricted the number of
show booths which could be ac-
The booths will fall under three
general types; show, refreshmentsj
and games of skill with a wide di-
versity in each class.
SPERLICH AND co-chairman
Margaret Kennedy, will meet with
representatives from the group at
4 p.m. Thursday in the Union. Ev-
ery representative must be there,1
Miss Kennedy said, to lay working,
plans and discuss booth regula-
Organizations whose petitions
have been accepted are Beta Theta
Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Collegiate,
Sorosis, Chi Phi, Alpha Chi
Omega, Theta Chi, Triangle, New
Women's Dorm, Michigan Daily,
Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta, Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Omega,
and Kappa Sigma.;
Also participating are Alpha
Phi, Acacia, Chi Psi, Zeta Beta1
Tau, German Club, Martha i
Cook, Phi Delta Theta, Kappa1
Kappa Gamma, Pi Lambda Phi,
Sigma Chi, Psi Upsilon, Helen
Newberry, Winchell H o u s e,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Delta Tau
Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Delta
Delta Delta, Wilcox League and
Phi Kappa Tau.
The list continues with: Delta
Sigma' Phi, Jordan Hall, Gamma
Phi Beta, Mosher Hall, Fletcher
Hall, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Xi
Delta, Delta Chi, Wolverine Club,
Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi
Williams H o u s e, Michigan
House, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, Zeta Tau Alpha,
Delta Upsilon, Theta Delta Chi.
Betsy Barbour, Lloyd H o u s e,
Stockwell Hall and Zeta Pi end
Panhellenic-The regular meet-
ing will be held at 5 p.m. today in
Senior Night - Sorority, dormi-
tory and league house chairmen
will meet at , p.m. today in the
League. According to Mary Ann
Harris, publicity, the chairmen
should bring souvenirs, names
for the radio program and names
of committee volunteers to the
* * *
Physical Education - Coed ma-
jors and minors will be entertain-
ed by the sophomores at the as-
sembly at 8 a.m. tomorrow in the
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JGP Combined Rehearsal---The
combined rehearsal for Act 1,
Scene 1 scheduled from 3 to 6
p.m. tomorrow will be cancelled
because of the Musical Tea. All
persons in the cast are invited to
the tea, said Jennie Quirk, JGP
A mass meeting for those fresh-
men and first semester sopho-
mores who are eligible for activi-
ties and interested in sophomore
League positions, is slated for 5
p.m. Thursday in the League.
The process of obtaining a Lea-
gue position, complicated and con-
fusing to most freshman women
and to many upperclassmen, has
been explained by Pat Reed in-,
"IN ORDER to participate in
extra curricular activities at the
League," says Miss Reed, "it isl
necessary to write a petition ex-
plaining plans for the position
that is desired. This petition is
read by the interviewing commit-
tee and after a five minute inter-
view with each applicant, the
committee decides who will best
fulfill the duties of the position."
Petitions which will be due at
the Undergraduate Office of the
League by 5 p.m. March 22,
should include definite plans for.
the office and also any sugges-
tions or criticisms which might
improve the positions, accord-
ing to Miss Reed.
. Information concerning duties
of the offices and positions may
be obtained from the League Low-
down or accounts of the person
last in office which may be found
in the Presidents' Reports in the
League Library or Undergraduate
FOR FURTHER help in writing
petitions, old andsample peti-
tions are now on display in the
Undergraduate Office. The Inter-
viewing council, to answer ques-
tions concerning sophomore posi-
tions, will hold office hours from
2 to 5 p.m. March 16, 17, 20, 21
In addition to the informa-
tion desired in a petition, the
interviewing committee requests
that a picture of the applicant
be attached to the petition.
When handing in a petition, the
applicant should sign for an in-
terview on a list posted on the
Undergraduate O f f i c e bulletin
Since all judiciary interviews are
held on the same day, it is neces-
sary to sign for a separate inter-
view if the candidate is petition-
ing for a judiciary position.
A pin-up board motif will pre-
vail at the traditional Senior Night
activities, Thursday, March 23,
said Mary Ann Harris, general
Bulletin boards with actual sou-
venirs from events of the past four
years will decorate the walls of
the League Ballroom. A gigantic
pin-up board will be placed be-
hind the bandstand as a back-
ground for the skits which will
carry out the theme "Our Years
at Michigan, 1946-1950."
One of the many innovations of
this year's Senior Night is a mass
march to the League. Senior wo-
men will assemble and parade ac-
cording to their residential areas.
Caps and gowns will be worn to
the banquet which will be followed
by a number of skits.
"Skits will represent the changes
at Michigan from the hat and
briefcase days when we were
freshmen to the rah, rah of to-
day," Miss Harris stated.
After Senior Night festivities
the women will go into the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater to see the
first performance of "The Real
McCoy," 1950 Junior Girls' Play.
When the play is over, senior
women will serenade the juniors
with an appropriate song written
to the tune of "Vote for Jennie,"
a song featured in last year's JGP.
Seniors may rent caps and
gowns at Moe's Sport Shop from
March 20 to 23. Special rates will
be given to coeds who are not
graduating this semester.
Tickets for the event will go on
sale Monday, March 20 in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Glee Club Concert
To Be HeldToday
The Women's Glee club-will give
a concert for the Michigan Dames
a.t 8 p.m. today in the Assembly
Hall of the Rackham Building.
Included in the program will be
several harp solos by Rachel Ew-
ing, Don Sandford on the violin,
a vocal trio and several vocal so-
Wives Meet Today
There will be a meeting of the
Willow Village Wives' Club at 8
p.m. today at the University
Elinor MacGregor who is an
interior decorator connected with
the Studio of Interiors in Ann Ar-
bor will speak on the topic, "Tem-
In connection with this theme,
she will discuss color, furniture
arrangement, accessories and mo-
dern trends in furniture.
APAOhES EN MASSE-The Phi Kappa Tau house was swarming
with inhabitants from the French underworld Saturday night
when they held their traditional "Apache Brawl". Guests were
given glimpses of Parisian cafes, gambling dens and sewers.
L iven s'Flpcche Brn wl'
ANN ARBOR FIGURE SKATING CLUB
8th ANNUAL ICE CARNIVAL
"ELODY ON ICE"
Cast of 190
Saturday, March 18, 8:00 P.M. $1.00
(Students I.D. Cards at Rink Only) only 75c
Sunday, March 19, 3:00 P.M. 75c
UNIVERSITY ICE RINK
Tickets On Sale At:
Michigan Union, Ulrich's, Slater's,
Wahr's Bookstores, and Ice-Rink.
Party-goers got a taste of Pari-
sian life in an underworld cafe'
buried deep in a cavernous sewer
Saturday night at Phi Kappa
Tau's "Apache Brawl."
The famous dance is held each
year by Phi Tau chapters through-
out the country.
Guests were forced to descend
into the den of iniquity through
an open "sewer" via a ladder lead-
ing into the basement of the
S * *
ONCE INSIDE, entrance to the
dance floor was impeded by anoth-'
er narrow "sewer" opening.
Subdued French music invited
dancers to trip the light fan-
tastic in a room which resem-
bled a larger sewer. Chicken
wire lined with paper bricks
helped to create the necessary
illusion, while straw was scatter-
ed around the floor.
All windows were boarded up
and papered with various signs.
Street lamps were placed at stra-
A GAMBLING DEN was avail-
able for, all whose fancy turned
toward games of chance. Patrons
had to give a secret knock' and be
identified by the proprietor before
they could gain admittance.
Stray white mice were said to
have struck more than one coed
with terror. It was reported that
some prankish zoology student
Entertainment skits were based
on a burlesque theater theme.
Chorus lines, can-can dancers, and
French crooners participated.
Mary alumni also attended the
dance which has become an an-
nual Phi Tau tradition. It is con-
sidered the "party of the year,"
by fraternity members.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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shirts. Anyone interested in work-
ing one, two, or all three nights,
call the Union, 24431, Ext. Union
Women of the University Fa-
culty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., Wed.s Mar.
15, 4th floor clubroom, League.
Residence Staff Institute: Meet-
ing for staff members of women's
residences, sororities and League
houses. 10 a.m., Wed., Mar. 15,
League. Topic: "The Role of Resi-
dent Staff member as a Univer-
Hiawatha Club: 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
Grand Rapids Room, League. All
U.P. students invited.
U. of M. Rifle Club: Shoulder
to shoulder match with Detroit
Edison Rifle Club, 8 p.m., Wed.,
Mar. 15, ROTC range.
All students who have taken
part in summer projects such as
work camps, seminars, student-
in-industry, L i s le Fellowship,
peace caravans, etc., are asked to
contact the Work-Study-Travel
office at Lane Hall. Call 31511,
Ext. 2625 between 4 and 5 p.m. or
Carnie Bagnall, 30211, after 6 p.m.
A Holiday Jamboree,", Sat., Mar.
25, is being planned to interest
students in summer projects.
Square and Folk Dance Club:
Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wed., Mar. 15,1
Wonen's Athletic Bldg.
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