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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BLUE MONDAY:
Frosh Weekend Publicity
To Begin in Blue Tomorrow

Wedded

Whether or not students feel
sad, tomorrow is the day the whole
campus wears blue.
The Blue team of Frosh Week-
end has announced that tomorrow
Is "Blue Monday." As part of the
piblicity for their team, the girls
have decided to continue the pre-
cedent set by last year's Blue
team ,committee.
THE TWO TEAMS of Frosh
Weekend, the Maize and Blue, vie
a with each other in frantic compe-
tition until the night of the dance.
Points are given to both teams for
publicity, dance, floor show, and
anything and everything else
which might prove that one team
has surpassed the other.
Since the Blue team was the
- victor last year, the freshmen
are determined not to surrender
their conquest.
Ann Hagan, publicity chairman,
urged all freshmen women who
have not already signed up on
committees to do so immediately.
The Undergraduate office of the
" League can give any needed infor-
rnation.
A THE DANCE will be presented
April 28 and 29. As was done last
year, the Maize team gives 'the
dance one night, while the Blue
team takes over the next night.
The class of 1952 was the first
to attempt to get freshmen
women in activities. The dance
was such a success that the
idea for -two teams has carried
over to this year.
Camp Director
To GiveSpeech
WAA's Camp Counselors' Club
has' invited the director and co-
owner of Chippewa Trail Camp to
speak to club members and guests
at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday in the WAB.
Miss.Simpler, the speaker, will
discuss what a director expects of
a counselor during an interview.
and during the summer. She will
also talk on director-counselor re-
lationships in relation to her own
camp.'
The meeting- is open to every-
one. Refreshments will be served.

The rivalry, the secrecy, and the
utter contempt of the two teams
last year will be well remembered
by the sophomores. When the
Maize team showed up with flour,
and the Blue came equipped with
squirt guns for the publicity
"fight" on the Diag, the struggle
developed into a rather pasty en-
counter.
Evidently the coeds are planning
on creating chaos on the campus
again this year.
League Arranges
Afternoon Dance
For Wednesday
Afternoon dancing, a novelty on
campus, is being planned by the
League Social Committee and the
League Dance Committee.
The free dance will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the
League ball room and is open to all
students, with or without a date.
A new sound recorder was re-
cently installed in the Ballroom
which broadcasts records and the
daice is planned to'introduce this
new sound equipment.
Marjorie Hehn, chairman of the
League Social Committee and
Maxine Reid, chairman of the
League Dance Committee are mak-
ing all- arrangements. They en-
courage students to drop in any
time during the afternoon.
Cokes may be purchased from
the coke machine in the hall or
guests can obtain refreshments in
the downstairs grill. The dance is
informal.
WAA Notices
The basketball tournament will
go into its last round next week
with the following games being
played :
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Kappa
Kappa Gamma V vs. Chi Omega
III; Mosher VIII vs. Chi Omega I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma I vs. Newberry II; Mosher I
vs. Stockwell IV; at 8 p.m.-no
games.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-no games;
at 7:15p.m.-Alpha Delta Pi I vs.
Kappa Alpha Theta I; at 8 p.m.-
no games.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. - no
games; at 7:15 p.m.-winner of
Kappa Kappa Gamma I vs. New-
berry II vs. Alpha Xi Delta III;
winner of Mosher VIII vs. Chi
Omega I vs. Hinsdale I.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. - no
games; at 7:15 p.m. - Play-off
games in A tournament; semi final
games in B tournament.

WEDDING-Mr. and Mrs. Char-
les P. Howell II announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Marjorie Elizabeth, to Mr. Ferris
C. Standiford Jr., son of Mrs.
Ethel C. Standiford of Ann Ar-
bor and Mr. Ferris Ct Standiford,
Sr. of Detroit. The wedding took
place March 18 in Washington-
ville, N.Y.
Michigan Coeds
To Organize
Softball Club
Let the rains come-Michigan
coeds will still play ball!
Anyone with a touch of spring
fever and the urge to begin swing-
ing a bat again may join the Soft-
ball Club which is organizing from
4 to 5:30' p.m. tomorrow in the
WAB.
Softball enthusiasts with any or
no amount of skill are invited to
join the club according to Mary
Peterson, manager of the club.
"Even though you have never
swung a bat before.in your life,
come and have some real fun," she
added.
* *.*
FOLLOWING spring vacation,
the club will meet from 4 to 5:30
every Friday afternoon. If April
should happen to keep true to its
word by bringing forth a few
"showers," the club will meet in
Barbour Gym on those rainy days.
Members will organize into
teams for the softball games.
There will also be opportunities
to practice on skills as well as
to play.
If the club members desire, it
may play with other schools. Last
year the softball club played with
University High School.
* * *
A PARTY will also be planned
for later in the spring to end the
season.
Miss Mary Smeltzer will act a:
advisor for the club. All equip-
ment is furnished by the Physical
Education Department. Instruc-
tion for the coed members will be
furnished also to those who wish
it, which may prove valuable to
those who are participating in the
Softball Tournament.
IFC Ball
All booth contracts for the
IFC Ball must be submitted to
Bob Hadden, 2-6674, by April 5.

Riding Clubs
Plan Program
Parading down State St. on
horseback in the Michigras Parade
and square dancing on horseback
are just two of the things being
planned for the Riding Club and
Crop and Saddle this season.
WAA's Riding Club, open to reg-
ular riders, and Crop and Saddle,
a select group of the very best
riders, will hold their organization-
al meeting at 8:15 tomorrow in
Barbour Gym.
COEDS WILL at that time
choose an afternoon during the
week or on the weekend during
which they wish to ride out at
Golfside Stables. Club members
will be able to ride at a lower rate
than if they ride independently.
Participating in the Michigras
Parade is a new addition to the
biannual carnival. Riders will
carry banners to publicize the
club.
In addition to the square danc-
ing on horseback, the club mem-
bers will have drills to work out if
they wish to and games on horse-
back to play. Due to their part in
Michigras, they will probably not
planga horse show during the
spring.
PATRICIA Gullberg, new club
manager, says that the horses at
Golfside are very trailwise and
good for riding purposes.
Transportation is provided to
and from the stables. Instruction
is also provided for by Miss Ber-
lin of the Women's Physical
Education Department and/or
Miss Gullberg, who has ridden in
the Grosse Pointe Hunt Club
horse show, one of the biggest in
the country.
Club members will have a large
part in planning the spring pro-
gram. If the weather permits,
they can plan long rides, picnics
and even excursions through the
Arboretum.
If the members remain at the
stables, they can ride in the out-
door ring, the woods or along the
Huron.
JGP Pictures
To Be Available.
Pictures taken at the last per-
formance of the Junior Girls' Play
may now be ordered by members
of the cast, Jennie Quirk, JGP dir-
ector, has announced.
The orders and money should be
left with Mrs. Halsey, Mrs. Byrium
or Miss McCormick in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
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Accepted on Supplies Only
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314 S. State St. Ph. 7177
fountain pens repaired

Hillel To Present
Residence Skits

"Hillelzapoppin," Hillel's annual
presentation of a bill of skits, will
be given at 7:45 p.m. Sunday, April
23 in Pattengill Auditorium. r
Originating in 1940, the event
has continued to grow in popu-
larity until now it has attained the
apex of Hillel's social program.
* * *
DURING THE war years, "Hill-
elzapoppin" was temporarily dis-
continued because of the lack of
potential players. However, it was
returned in grand style in 1945
and has carried on in full swing
ever since.
A decade ago when the tradi-
tion was started, many Hillel
members felt that there was a
need for an event each year in
which the creative talents of
' the students could be exploited.
The creation of "Hillelzapoppin"
served this desire as well as a good
cause, for the proceeds of the
show are donated to the United
Jewish Appeal each year.
* * *Tg
THEREFORE as the general

chairman termed it, the cast and
the audience have a lot of fun
and also contribute to something
worthwhile at the same time.
Any student residence, fra-
ternity or sorority is eligible to
submit a skit for the show. The
scripts are chosen by the com-
mittee on .the basis of their
originality and dramatic ap-
peal.
Out of the scripts submitted this
year, five have been chosen for
presentation at the show. Of these
five, the play showing the most ef-
fective preparation and originality
will be named as the winner.
* *
FIVE JUDGES will weigh the
comparative merits of the skits,
and a gold loving cup will be
awarded to the best one. The judg-
es will be chosen according to
their ability to criticise such a
production.
Any group that wins the cup for
three consecutive years is allowed
to keep it permanently.

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