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Frosh

Weekend

International BcilI To

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Frosh Dances
To T Introduce
Birdie, Maizie
Competing Teams
Will Present Shows
in Friendly Rivalry
Freshmen have taken over the
campus - for this weekend, at
least.
The Blue team of Frosh Week-
end will present its dance from 9
to 12 p.m. today in the League
ballroom.
* * *
PUBLICIZING the dance, sev-
eraf members of the Blue team
have been flying kites in the cool
breezes for the past few days.
Replete with blue beanies and
many -signs requesting students
to "Watch the Birdie," the co-
eds sing their theme song on
the slightest provocation.
As a matter of fact, said theme
song will be heard today at noon
issuing forth from Burton Tower.
* * *
FLOOR SHOW chairman, Joan
Brown, has promised an excellent
show, comprised of a display of
photography through the ages.
Birdie, played by Jean Waidley,
is the heroine, who flits from
scene to scene with three genera-
tions.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
will play for the affair.
Jo Phillips, publicity chairman
of the Maize team has announced
that the Charleston will be
taught from 9:30 to 12 p.m. to-
morrow in the Grand Rapids room
of the League.
THROUGHOUT the Maize
dance, which bears the appro-
priate title of "Flapper Daze,"
attractive experts will teach the
favorite dance of the roaring '20's
to all those willing and eager to
learn it.
Connie Kay, who plays Maizie,
the heroine, in the floor show,
runs the gamut of the experi-
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L7e- u x u r-V
The luxury of absolute privacy, in a
honeymoon home all your own (auto-
maticolly heated). The luxury of lie-abed
mornings (breakfast until 11:00) - the
luxury of informality. All these and more
cost little at our mountain guest house
for newly weds only. Open all year.
"Three Honeymoon Pians" and other
folders lent if you mention dates.
.The Farm on the Hnu
Swiftwater Pennsylvania Box 8507

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-Daily-Burt Sapowitch
FLY A KITE-Several members of the publicity committee of Frosh Weekend pose with equipment
used to promote their dances. Blue team will present its dance today, while the Maize dance will
take place tomorrow. Both dances are to be held in the League ballroom.
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ences on the flapper era of the
Michigan campus.
Several fraternities have been
visited by coeds attired in flapper
outfits and raccoon coats. The
boys have not only been treated to
the Maize theme song, but have
been given bottles of perfume as
well.
TED SMITH and his orchestra
will play for the dance, which will
take place from 9 to 12 p.m. to-
morrow in the League ballroom.
The dance is not a costume af-
fair.
Members of the Maize team
are requested to meet at 2:45
p.m. today at the League to take
part in a parade. Something
yellow or a flapper costume will
be the order of the day in wear-
ing apparel.
Tickets are being sold now for
both nights in the Union and at
the League. They will also be sold
at the door.
LAST YEAR, the Blue team,
with its theme of "Deuces Wild,"
won the award by a margin of 199
points to the Maize's 190.
This year the Maize team will
attempt to win the coveted honor
from the Blue team. The dances
will be judged by a point system
for such materials as decorations,
floorshow, entertainment, pro-
gram and ticket design, dues col-
lected and scholarship.

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High school Students To Visit
CampusFor MajorDay Sports
Softball, volleyball, archery, golf will send students to the Univer-
and tennis will be at full swing sity for the day in order to ac-
tomorrow on Palmer Field when quaint them with the department
the Women's Physical Education here and provide enjoyment for
Club and Department will put on both guests and physical educa-
their biannual Major Day. tion majors and minors.
Approximately 30 high schools *
---__ __ __ FOLLOWING registration at
9:15 a.m. there will be an assembly
at which Dr. Laurie Campbell,
DAILY acting head of the Women's Phy-
sical Education Department in the
OFFICIAL absence of Dr. Bell, will speak on
BULLETIN the scope of the department.
After the assembly, the sports
will begin. All those attending
will- be divided into different
( te r Pg4 - teams in order to promote the
Events Today social rather than competitive
aspect of the day.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Stu- Square and round dancing will
dent Club: Registration for Re-
gional Convention tonight. Can- be held before lunch in order to
gioleConepion tright.naUniv. show the guests part of the dance
dlelight Vesper Service in U program of the University.
Lutheran Chapel at 10:30 p.m. , * *
Sermon by the Rev. John Meyer LUNCHEON will be served to all
of Buffalo, N.Y. at the WAB followed by entertain-
Westminister Presbyterian Guild: ment planned by the Physical
No party scheduled because group Education Club. There will be a
is attending Inter-Guild Retreat tap dance, a midget act and sing-
ing plus other acts.
Michigan Christian Fellowship In the afternoon the sports
-Spring Conference April 28, 29, will be continued until 3:30 p.m.
30. Detroit Recreation Camp, when refreshments will be
Brighton, Michigan. Buses leave served. An optional tour of the
from Lane Hall 6:30 p.m. Friday, campus will complete Major
and 1:00 p.m. Saturday. Day.
Mona Pick and Marilyn Yar-
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation: main are two coeds who attended
Friday services at 7:45 p.m., fol- Major Day as guests two years ago
lowed by a program presented by and are now majoring in physical
IZFA. Saturday morning services, education at the University.
9 a.m. Various schools that are attend-
ing are Romulus High School,
International Coffee Hour, in Grosse Pointe High School, Jack-
cooperation with World Coopera- son High School, the Ann Arbor
tion Week, will be held at Lane high schools and Grosse Pointe
Hall, 4:30-6:00 p.m. Mrs. Barbara Country Day.
Moxon, who is leaving the Lane
Hall Staff, will be guest of honor
German Coffee Hour: Fri., 3:15-hlf
4:30 p.m., League Coffee Bar. All
students and faculty members in-},
vited.
Canterbury Club: Friday, 4-6,
Tea and Open House for all stu-
dentsand their friends.
C.E.D. Meeting, 4:15, Union.
Coming Events
Grad Outing Club: Meet at 1
p.m. Sat. at Rackham Bldg. for '
overnight. Bring blankets, cars,
etc.
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, Sat.,
Apr. 29, 1 p.m., 500 BMT.
Political Science Round Table
and the American Society for Pub-
lie Administration, M i c h i g a n
Chapter: joint meeting, Monday,
May 1, 7:30 p.m., Rooms 3R and
3S of the Michigan Union. Speak-
er John D. Millett.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Elections for Student Council will
be held Monday, May 1, from 9 8
a.m. to 5 p:m. at the League for all
Hillel members. There will also be
a booth at the Foundation from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please bring your
membership card.

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