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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Frosh To Revisit
'Flapper Daze'

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DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Freshmen coeds who boast the
S Maizenas their half of Frosh
Weekend have decided to leave
present and future and delve into
the past.
Along with fashions, make-up,
and ideas, the Maize team will re-
gress to the era of the Roaring
Twenties. "Flapper Daze" is the
theme the freshmen will use to en-
hance their dance.
* * *
DECORATIONS, floorshow and
publicity will all pertain to some
phase of life in the days when
Valentino was the heartthrob in-
stead of Clift.
Heroine of the floorshow will
be "Maizie." She will relate some
of her experiences at Michigan,
one of which has to do with the
infamous "Orient."
Ted Smith and his orchestra will
play for the dance, which will be
presented Friday, April 28.
JO PHILLIPS, publicity chair-
man has announced her assistants,
Tryouts for the Maize floor
show of Frosh Weekend will be
held at 7:15 p.m. today in the
League, instead of last night as
announced in yesterday's Daily.
Tryouts for dance director and
pianist will be at 7 p.m.
who are as follows: stunts, Peggy
Zager; skits, Renee Levy; news,
Sally Gouldthorpe; and posters,
Barbara Keller.
Freshmen dues are being col-
lected at the present time. The
Maize and Blue teams are also
competing in this field. Addi-
Clevelanders
Slate Party
Stag or drag, the members of
the Cleveland Club will get to-
gether at 8 p.m. Friday, April 14'
at the Phi Gamma Delta carriage
house in Cleveland for their an-
nual vacation party.
'Most casual of all outfits, blue
jeans, will prevail when University
{ students from the Cleveland area
meet for this strictly informal par-
ty. Refreshments will be served,
t_ and there will be no admission
charge.
The Phi Gamma Delta carriage
house is located at 11317 Bellflower
Rd., one.block from the Western
Reserve campus.
For further information, club
members may contact George Qua
in Cleveland by calling Yellow-
stone 28648. No reservations for
the party will be necessary.

tional points are given to the
team which collects the most
dues in the shortest possible
time.
Teams are judged for their per-
formance in respect to the floor-
show, decorations, publicity, andI
almost anything else which can be
counted in competition.
An important meeting will be
held by the Maize publicity com-
mittee at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the League.

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Square and Folk Dance Club:
Meeting, 7:30-9:45 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg.
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting, 7 p.m.,
Rm. 3L, Unions Movies and Aspen
snow report.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Regular
rehearsal, 7 p.m., Rm. B, HH.
U. of M. Rifle Club: Meeting,
training, and postal match with
U. of Notre Dame, 7 p.m., ROTC
rifle range.
Women of the University Fa-
culty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., fourth
floor clubroom.
CoedCalenlar_
Social Chairmen-Social chair-
men of the women's residence halls
will meet at 4:15 p.m. today in the
League.
* * *
Record Concert-The concourse
of the League will be the scene of
a record concert from 7 to 8 p.m.
today. The Symphony No. 2 by
Sibelius and Ravel's "Bolero" will
comprise the program.
* * *
Dance-Free dancing will be
featured from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the League Ballroom. New record
sound equipment will be intro-
duced.
JGP Pictures-Members of the
JGP cast may order pictures tak-
en at the last performance in the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue.

Tau Beta Sigma: Meeting, 9
p.m., Lounge, Harris Hall.
I.A.S.: Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Rm.
3-B, Union. Speaker: H. F. Allen
(Dept. of Aero. Engr.). Subject:
"Ground Structural Testing," plus
films.
W8ZSQ, West Quad Radio Club:
Meeting of all members, 7 p.m. in
the shack, fifth floor, Williams
House.
Coming Events
Canterbury Club: Thurs., April
6, 7:15 and 10:15 a.m., Holy Com-
munion; 12:30 p.m., Intercessions
and Meditation; 5:15 p.m., Eve-
ning Prayer and Meditation, 8 p.-
m., Holy Communion.
U. of M. Sailing Club: Business
meeting and shore school, Thurs.,
April 6, 7:30 p.m., 311 W. Engi-
neering. DUES DEADLINE.
Student-Faculty Hour honoring
the psychology and sociology de-
partments, 4-5 p.m., Thurs., April
6, Grand Rapids Room, League.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Elections postponed for the Exe-
cutive Council until April 24; for
the Student Council until May 1.
Petitions accepted for either Coun-
cil at the Hillel Foundation until
April 22.
International Center Weekly Tea:
4:30-6 p.m., Thurs., April 6.
IZFA Study Group: Meeting, 8 p.-
m., Thurs., April 6, Hillel House.
"Kum-zitz" will follow.
Preliminary Instruction for the
Berlin
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Water Safety Instructors' Course 7-8:15 p.m., Thurs., April 6, Ha:
will be given April 17,.18," 19and ris Hall.
20, 7:30 p.m. , Intramural pool.
All those planning to take the U. of M. Sociological Society
course should attend. Meeting, 3-5 p.m., Thurs., April
307 Haven Hall. Election of off
Repertory Orchestra rehearsal, cers first hour.
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ATHLETIC MANAGERS and'
song leaders of the individual resi-
dences will meet at 5 p.m. today
in the WAB. Plans for the tourna-
ment will be discussed by athletic
managers who will submit their
lists of teams. They will also give
their time preferences for games.
"Houses which are not repre-
sented at the meeting will not
be able to play in the tourna-
ment," said Vivian Frazier, soft-
ball manager.
Stockwell won the tournament
last spring when 63 teams compet-
ed.
POSTCARDS WILL be sent to
the athletic managers of league
houses, dormitories and sororities
after vacation, giving a schedule
of the tournament games to be
played during the first week.
Athletic managers are asked
to bring decisions from their
houses on the question of hold-
ing eliminations before Lantern
Night.
Last year many persons com-
plained that there were too many
groups participating in the pro-
gram and that the number should
be cut down.
Badminton
Sue Huber and Shyana De-
odhar, the two finalists from a
total of 290 badminton players,
will play at 8 p.m. today in
Waterman Gymnasium.

BETROTHED-Announcement has been made of the engagement
of Miss Betty Shetzer, daughter of Mrs. Simon Shetzer of Detroit
and the late Mr. Shetzer, to Martin J. Frank, son of Mrs. M. Na-
thaniel Frank of Detroit and the late Dr. Frank. Miss Shetzer is
a junior in the School of Education, while Mr. Frank is a freshman
in Medical School. He is affiliated with Kappa Nu and Phi Delta
Epsilon. A June wedding is being planned.
'Hillel zapopin' Set for April 23

Accessories.
That smart fashion look you
so admire .can be yours with
a well chosen suit-a smart
bag and gloves-a pert hat
-a beautiful blouse-flat-
tering pearl choker and ear-
rings.
Be sure to choose yours from
our value packed Easter col-
lection today.
The suits 100 % wools from
39.95-rayons from 14.95.
Accessories- at little prices.
Shirred nylon blouse at right is
5.95 just one of a huge collection
of nylons-tissue failles and. cot-
tons.

Rehearsals are well under way'
for Hillel's gala annual event,
"Hillelzapoppin".
The entire campus may view
the fruits of weeks of labor at 7:45
p.m. Sunday, April 23 in Patten-
gill Auditorium.
Tickets will go on sale Monday,
April 17. They may be purchased
from 1 to 4 p.m. during that week
following vacation, in the lobby
of the Administration Building.
The ticket chairman has an-
nounced that there will be reser-
ved seats, but "first come, first'
served." Therefore, groups wish-
ing to sit together are advised to
obtain their seats in blocks at an
early date.
Competitors in this year's pro-
duction include Sigma Alpha Mu,
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Kappa Nu, Sig-
ma Delta Tau, and the Traumatic
Players.
Competing groups will vie for
the possession of an honorary cup

which is passed on from the pre-
ceding year's winners to the new
ones. If the same group wins the
cup for three successive years, the
group may keep it permanently.

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"SAMMY KAYE (above) plays
Irving Berlin" . . . Blue Skies,
Always, How Deep Is The Ocean,
3 others on new danceable record-
ings! One of RCA Victor's his-
tory-making release of 15 albums
"Designed For Dancing." 15 great
bands, 15 great composers . . . 90
famed hits with the rhythm that
goes to your toes. Collect all 15.
Start with Sammy Kaye's album.
At Liberty Music Shop, Inc., 205
E. Liberty.

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The little things you add
to your spring ensembles that
make all the difference in
the world . .. or plan as gifts.
a. White beaded necklace, matching earrings. Neck-
lace, $2; earrings, $2, plus tax . . . . b. Rayon
faille handbag; brown, black, navy. $5, plus tax.
c. Leather dog leash belt. Green, navy, pink, red,
yellow, brown. 2.95 . . . d. Complete Canasta set,
2.95 ... e. Crescendoe's double woven fabric gloves;
black, chamois, white, 2.50 . . . f. Pure Irish linen
print hankies. 65c . . . g. Telescope pencil and ball-
point pen that fold into cap. $1 each . . . h. Jewelry
case with a concealed inner compartment. Ivory, blue,
green. 3.95 . :. i. Snakeskin cigarette case and light-
er; red, green, brown. Lighter, $5; case, $7, plus tax
... j. Zigane perfume by Corday'in a pink satin case.
$2, plus tax. . . k. Jade jewelry with pagoda pendants.
Necklace, $2; earrings, $2; bracelet, $2, plus tax.
I. Ladies' folding umbrella, 6.95 . . . m. Pure silk
print scarfs with hand-rolled edges. 2.50 . . n.
Revlon's lip-mirror lipstick with attached bits of
mirrors. 1.50 plus tax . .. o. Gay costume flowers to
add important costume dash. 59c to $1.

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