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TV ToPreview /
Barbour Gym To Be Scene
Of Carnival Activities Today



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Television fans will get a pre-
view of the Michigras carnival
booths on the University televi-
sion hour at 1 p.m. today.
Barbour Gym will be temporar-
ily transformed into Yost Field
House for the occasion, and eight
campus groups will simulate Mich-
igras festivities.
Phi Epsilon will set up their "Pies
and Dolls" concession; which will
invite customers to -toss pies at

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Coaches and Officials-Anyone
interested in joining the softball
section, of the WAA Coaches and
Officials Club is invited to attend
the meeting at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow
in Barbour Gym.
Softball Tournament -- The
schedule for the week's games in
the WAA softball tournament is
as follows: Monday at 5:10 p.m.-
SKappa Alpha Theta I vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I*; Delta Delta
Delta II vs. Sigma Delta Tau I*;
Delta Delta Delta I vs. Pi Beta
Phi III*; Collegiate Sorosis I vs.
Sigma Delta Tau II*; Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma II vs. Pi Beta Phi I*;
at 7 p.m .-Barbour I vs. Palmer
III*; Stockwell I vs. Hinsdale II*.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.--Palmer
II vs. Kappa Alpha Theta II*;
Stockwell IV vs. Alpha Delta Pi I*;
Delta Giamma II vs. Kappa Delta
I*; at 7 p.m.-Jordan IV vs. Mo-
sher I*; Stockwell VII vs. Angell
II*; Henderson I vs. Angell I*;
Mosher II vs. Alpha Xi Delta I*.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Gam-
ma Phi Beta II vs. Kleinstueck
I*; Alpha Epsilon Phi I vs. New-
berry I*; Stockwell II vs. Hollis
I*; Hinsdale I vs. Palmer I*; Al-
pha Chi Omega II vs. Alpha Phi
II*;,at 7 p.m.-Delta Gamma I
vs. Vaughan I*; Stockwell V vs.
Alpha Xi Delta II; Vaughan II
vs. Stockwell III*.
Thursday at 5:14 p.m.--Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. Chi, Omega I*;
Kleinstueck II vs. Cheever I*; Col-
legiate Sorosis. II vs. Delta Zeta
I*; Jordan II vs. Chi Omega II*;
at 7 p.m.-Jordan III vs. Couzens
I*; Stockwell VI vs. Alpha Phi I*;
Jordan I vs. Alpha Gamma Delta
I*; and Newberry II vs. Cook I*.
The starred team will be respon-
sible for the bases and home plate
and the other team for the basket
containing the playing equipment.

unfortunates with their heads in
holes in a painted canvas.
Sorosis and Zeta Psi will be
presenting parts of their comic
opera 'Pagliacci' in a show booth,
and Delta Delta Delta and Phi
Kappa Tau will have their re-
freshment booth in operation
dispensing ice cream.
A "Wheel of Fortune" will be
set spinning by Newberry and Del-
ta Sigma Phi, and lucky winners
will receive 'Michibucks' for prizes.
A PRIZE BOOTH will also ap-
pear on the scene, and viewers will
get a chance to see what they will
win if they collect enough 'Michi-
bucks' at the real carnival.
Jack Hamer, '52, and Pat
Smith, '52, general co-chairmen
will be interviewed on the pro-
gram, and a song, written es-
pecially for Michigras will be
sung by the students participat-
ing in the show.
This song, a take-off on "Come
to the Mardi Gras," and entitled
"Come to the Michigras" will 'be
recorded by the Evening-aires, to
played on disc jockey shows
throughout the following week.
WHILE decorations are going up
in Barbour for the TV hour, decor-
ations for 'the real thing' will be
going up in Yost Field House,
starting at 2 p.m. today.
Many helpers are needed, ac-
cording to Fran Windham, '53,
decorations co-chairman, and
those who work hardest will be
awarded freeradmission tickets
for the Field House next week-
Construction of booths in the
Field House will begin Tuesday,
and the booths committee is ask-
ing for strong men to help with
the heavy work. Anyone interest-
ed in helping is requested to at-
tend a meeting at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the Union, according to
Mark Oscherwitz, '53, booths co-
League of Voters
To HoldMeeting
An organizational meeting will
be held by coeds interested in
forming a student branch of the
League of Women Voters at 4 p.m.'
Thursday in the Chapel of the
Michigan League.
Officers will be elected and in-
stalled by the group at this first
meeting after a pre-organization-
al session.

Pearson Band
Will Perform
At Crease Ball
Barristers To Present
Annual Formal Dance
In League Ballroom
Crease Ball, formal dance given
annually for lawyers, will be pre-
sented from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday, May 2 in the League Ball-
Gene Pearson and his band will
be playing for the ball which is
presented by the Barristers, an
honorary law society, and is open
to all students.
Crease Ball received its name
from Old England times when
common law was popular and law-
yers, then called barristers, were
forced to struggle for a living.
With near-empty pockets, men
of law walked the streets in torn,
unkempt clothes. Noticeably lack-
ing was a crease in their trousers.
The dance has a long, tradition-
filled history, based on the rivalry
between lawyers and engineers
which began on campus many
years ago.
Couples attending the dance will
receive copies of the "Raw Re-
view," edited this year by Joe
Stevens and Neil Lombardi, as-
sisted by Dave Phillips and Gordy
The "Raw Review" is a humor-
ous satire on the Michigan Law
Review in which professors give
their views on cases and proce-
dures. The publication will con-
tain humorous articles about law
students and professors.
General chairman for Crease
Ball is Burt Perlman and his as-
sistant is Jim Taylor.
Committee Chairmen are Jim
Kendall, band; Cash Street and
John Slavens, decorations; Wil-
liam Lynch and Burt Ansell, pub-
licity; and Chuck Yench and Pete
Van Domelen, tickets.
Bob Porter is in charge of ad-
vertising for the "Raw Review,"
and his assistants are Cliff Dean
and Joe Neath.
Tickets will go on sale tomor-
row and may be purchased from
members of the Barristers or at a
booth set up in Hutchins Hall.

Repeating its spring tour per-
formance. the Women's Glee Club
will present the annual concert at
8 :30 p.m. Wednesday in Rackham
The program will open with
Cain's "O Sing Your Songs" and
continue with three liturgical
pieces, including an "Alleluia" by
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FOLLOWING these selections by
the entire Glee Club, Soprano El-
len Traxler will sing a solo group,
followed by the Ensemble singing
Quilter's "Go, Lovely Rose."
Next in the program, Char-
lotte Pritchard, soprano and
Donna Hoffman, contralto will
sing a duet, "I Would That My
Love" by Mendelssohn.
Another soloist, Susan Sharf-
Latin Americans
Members of the Pan American
Group of the American Legion
will host Latin American stu-
dents from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
today at Madelon Pound House
at 1024 Hill Street.

man, mezzo-soprano, will present
Thompson's "Velvet Shoes" which
will be followed by a piece by the
whole group.
LATER in the program, pianist
Mary Ann Smeltzer will play
Kentkennan's "Three Preludes
1938" and the first movement of
Shubert's "Sonata, Opus 143 in A
In the second half of the pro-
gram, a barber-shop quartette,
"The Harmonettes," will sing
several ballads, followed by a
group of folk songs in the mod-
ern idiom, Including Charles'
"Sweet Song of Long Ago" and
Rodgers' "With a Song In My
Heart," featuring Ruth Krantz,
During the concert, two of the
selections, "The Song Is You" and
"Goodnight Beloved," featuring
Shirley Robinson as soloist will be
directed by the student director,
Neysa Imhof.
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ALL THE other songs will be
directed by the Glee Club direc-
tor, Mrs. Jeanette Estep.

During this part of thepro-
gram, the Ensemble will present
another selection, Gershwin's
"Of Thee I Sing."
The Glee Club will end the con-
cert with a group of Michigan
songs, including "When Night
Falls Dear," "College Days," fea-
turing contralto Donna Hoffman,
and "I Want To Go Back To
AffiIiated Woman
To Be Presented
With Scholarship
Applications for the first an-
nual Scroll Scholarship are due
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League
Undergraduate Office.
All applications, accompanied by
two recommendations from either
faculty members or family friends,
must be turned in to a member of
the Social Directors staff, At this
time applicants may sign up for
interviews to be held from 3 to 5
p.m. Tuesday through Thursday.


Glee Club To Perform at Annual Concert

UP IN THE AIR OVER MICHIGRAS-This swollen headed gen-
tleman is one of the gigantic balloons which will highlight the
Michigras parade next weekend. Starting at 3:30 p.m. Friday, the
parade will move down State Street to the Union. Friday and
Saturday nights the gala carnival will be held at Yost Field
Organizations Will Sponsor
Michigan League Open House
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Special Purchase

Doors of the Michigan League
will open wide for its first 'Open
House' to be held from 1 to 5
p.m. Saturday, May 2.
Sponsored by League organiza-
tions such as the Board of Rep-
resentatives, Assembly and Pan-
hellenic Boards and house presi-
dents, special rooms of the League
will be open for inspection and
special exhibits.
Excerpts from JGP and Frosh
Weekend will be presented. An-
other highlight of the afternoon
will be the Assembly sponsored
fashion show with models coming
from various women's dormitories
on campus.
The League dance classes will
also present an exhibit of ball-
room dancing while later, couples
may dance to records or combo
Although the "Open House" is

planned to acquaint students, fac-
ulty and alumnae with the facili-
ties offered by the League, all in-
terested people are also invited by
the committee to attend any of
the activities or exhibits.
Special rooms in the League,
such as the Round Up Room and
the Ann Arbor Room, will be open.


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