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April 25, 1952 - Image 10

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FRMDAY APRB 25, 19S2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Central Committee Winds
Up Months of Preparation

Field
. . .

House
. . .

Aglow
. . .

With

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Booths

Headed by Pat. Smith, '52, and
rack Hamer, '52, the Michigras
"entral Committee worked for two
emesters to organize the 1952
Michigras.
In charge of finances for the
enture is Hugh Fletcher, '52BAd.,
t member of Theta Delta Chi fra-
ernity.
* * *
PUBLICIZING of the carnival
Zas been under the chairmanship
>f Harvey Howard, '53. In charge
if newspaper publicity is Alice
vlencher, '53, a resident of Mar-
ha Cook Dormitory. Posters were
upervised by Joyce Ford, '53A, a
nember of Delta Delta Delta so-
ority.
The secretary is Marilyn Ka-
rasik, '53. She is affiliated with
Sigma Delta Tau.
Doing double duty, in charge of
oncessions, and co-chairman of
arograms has been Jay Strickler,
54, member of Phi Gamma Delta
raternity. Co-chairman of pro-
rams, Polly Kurtz, '53, is affiliat-
d with Chi Omega.
MK~E McNERNEY, '53, of Alpha
L'au Omega, has been co-chairman
>f tickets with Nancy Brewer, '53,
i member of Kappa Kappa Gam-
na sorority.
Nancy Fitch, '53, and John

Mauriel, '53, are refreshments'
co-chairmen. Miss Fitch is affil-
iated with Pi Beta Phi, and
Mauriel is a member of Theta Xi.
Pat Walker, '52, and Harry
Blum, '54, have secured all the
prizes for Michigras, and are mem-
bers of Gamma Phi Beta, and Zeta
Beta Tau, respectively.
* *
Working on the parade have
been co-chairmen Gretchen Meier,
'54, and Jack Ehlers, '53E. Meier
is a member of Delta Gamma so-
rority, and Ehlers is affiliated with
Phi Delta Theta.
Co-chairmen of booths are
Gerry Maraulo,'52, of Alpha Phi,
and Mark Oscherwitz, '53, of
Zeta Beta Tau.
Fran Windham, '53, has been in
charge of decorations. She is a
member of Pi Beta Phi. Assasting
her during the first semester has
been Roy Bloch, '53, affiliated with
Theta Delta Chi.
Supplement
Editor
Eric Vetter

Displays, Concessions To Open Today
1. Phi Kappa Psi ... Fireman's Haven
Cool off Haven Hall--the hottest booth in Michigras
2. Jordan, Allen-Rumsey and Henderson House ... The Creole
A floorshow with Dixieland jazz and variety numbers
3. Phi Gamma Delta ... Jacob's Ladder
Prove whether you are a man or a monkey
4. Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi Delta Theta . . . Phi-Dunka-Theta
Toss a pitch at sixteen shapely girls
5. Chi Psi . .. Hall of Wonders
Features a pack of Mongolian Monsters
6. Delta Gamma and Sigma Phi Epsilon.. . Pies and Dolls
Heave a pie to reduce your tension

FLOOR PLAN-The above diagram shows a floor plan of Yost Field House as it will appear for
Michigras this weekend. At right is a list of the booths corresponding to the floor plan. The
field house will open tonight at 7 p.m. and the booths and concessions will begin operations at 7:30
p.m. The carnival ends at 1 a.m. on both nights.
FORTY-FIVE CENT CEILING:
Michi bucksUWinners TO Get Prizes

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and poodles
and elephzants

A maximum price of 45 cents
has been set by the Central Com-
mittee for all concession tickets
sold in Yost Field House.
In order to safeguard the pa-
trons against possible mistakes in
price during crowded times'. there
will be signs poste dtelling the
price limits. Any houses violating
the price ceiling will be closed
down for one hour during the eve-
ning.
* * *
MEMBERS of the Central Com-

mittee will be identified by rib-
bons, and anyone noticing viola-
tions of rules may report this to
one of the Committee members.
Games - of - skill booths will
give out 'Michibucks' to winners
of their games, and these Michi-
bucks can be turned in at the
Prize booth, located in the cen-
ter of the Field House, for prizes
ranging from miniature beer
mugs, for one Michibuck, to
valuable items needing fifty or
sixty.

The Michibuck tradition at the
carnival dates back to early days,
when the decision to have a single
prize booth eliminated congestion
at the individual booths. The
Michibucks may be held through-
out an evening, and a larger prize
collected at the end.
Enterprising individuals may
use all their skill in efforts to col-
lect 300 Michibucks, the number
needed to win the grand prize, a
date for IFC Ball plus extras, with
Miss DSR of Detroit for May.

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PARK AVENUE ZOO !

7. German Club .. . Michibrau
Bartenders, pretzels, girls and beer
8. Kaiser-Frazer
9. Wolverine Club . . . "W (Ring) a Neck
Try to knock down rubberized milk bottles
10. Alpha Phi and Theta Xi ... Love Thru the Ages
Learn about love from the experts
11. Betsy Barbour and Taylor House... Win a Fish for Your Dish
A ball in a dish will win a fish
12. Stockwell and Gomberg . ; . The Showboat
Visit'sthe Old South and see 50 dancing "Stockettes"
13. Alpha.Chi Omega and Theta Chi. . . Nickelodian
For comedy, romance and adventure see some old flickers
14. Martha Cook and Sigma Chi .. . The House of Terrors
A thousand and one horrors in the spook house
15. Pi Lambda Phi... Pi Lamb Chip Joint
Test your early season golfing touch
16. Alpha Delta Pi and Chi Phi ... Michigras Downs
Play -the horses on opening day
17. Pi Beta Phi and Beta Theta Pi . . . Beta Burlesque
They dance, they strip, they sing
18. Sorosis and Zeta Psi . . . Pagliacci
A streamlined version of an old hit
19. Zeta Beta Tau ... You Too Can Putt
Take a few swings on a private course
20. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Sigma .. . Kappa Kasino
A red hot night spot from the roaring twenties
21. Delta Delta Delta and Phi Kappa Tau. . . Pink Parlor
Cones for the coeds and bars for the men
22. Alpha Gamma Delta and Theta Delta Chi ... Put a Garter on
an Alpha Gam
The Alpha Gams are targets for beribboned garters
23. Alpha Xi Delta and Triangle .. . Rolling Home
Try to outsmart this "fix"
24. International Club ... Refreshment Booth
Snacks for the asking.
25. Helen Newberry and Delta Sigma Phi . . . Wheel of Fortune
Easy way to get rid of bluebooks
26. Sigma Alpha Mu .. . Ring the Duck
Live ducks are the targets for sportsmen
27. Alpha Epsilon Phi and Lambda Chi Alpha . .. Cotton Candy
Every carnival needs cotton candy
28. Gamma. Pti Beta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon . .. Follie Bergere
A live floor show straight from Paris
29. Prize Booth
Cash your Michibucks for prizes
30. Alpha Omicron Pi and Acacia ... The Eart
Get it in the Ear-opcorn while it's hot
31. Williams House ... Michi-Michi
A human pinball machine
32. Delta Zeta and Tan Kappa Epsilon .. . Campus Crossroads
* * * *
Fresh hotdogs and gingerale
33. Vaughn House and Delta Tau Delta.. . Dirty Shame Saloon
Get your caricature drawn and enjoy music, girls, and refresh-
ments
34. Mosher and Adams . .. The Big Scoop
Relax with an icecream
35. Chi Omega and Delta Chi ... Hawaii Calls You
Hawaiian hula girls serve exotic drinks
36. Psi Upsilon . . . Barrel-A-Ball
Win fabulous prizes if you're lucky
37. Tau Delta Phi... Penny Pitching Emporium
A good pitching arm will win Michibucks
38. Wyvern, Sphinx and Triangle ... Apple Polishing a'la Professor
Catch your profs in an old routine
39. Sigma Nu and Alice Lloyd . .. Tower Cafe
Get a glimpse of the entire carnival while you rest your dogs

Method Set
For Display
Operations
Participants in the Yost Field
House booths may go into the are-
na at 5 p.m. today and tomorrow
to set up shop.
Admission tickets for these per-
sons will be collected at the center
door of the field house.
By 2 a.m. each night the build-
ing must be cleared, according to
Gerry Maraulo, '52, booths. co-
chairman.
Only the rides and refreshments
sold specially outside will be open
for the Kiddie Matinee from 2 to
5 p.m. tomorrow. The field house
will not be in operation.
At 8 a.m. Sunday the field house
will be open for cleaning and dis-
mantling of booths.
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REMEMBER YOUR MOTHERv
ON MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 11
Enduring and Charming GIFTS for Mother To Cherish
Choose her gift this year from our large selection of all those things'
close to Mother's heart.
JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
HANDKERCHIEFS for every occasion, fine silk SCARFS
Quilted satin JEWEL CASES and SEWING KITS
TABLE CLOTHS of summery searsucker, cool, crisp and they require NO ironing.
0 OExquisite Embroidered Linens
SHOT ROLL COVERS, BRIDGE SETS, Tea and Cocktail NAPKINS
Come in for other suggestions.
WE WILL GIFT WRAP AND WRAP FOR MAILING
Shop Early So Your Gift Will Reach Mother On Time
GAGE LINEN SHOP
Quality Has No Substitute
o Store Hours 9:00 to 5:30 11 Nickels Arcade

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Now you can enjoy the
tailored smarfness of
a sport shirt, plus the
comfort of knitted wool
Jersey in a pullover you'll
-wear for active sports
pr leisure. Famhed
Lord Jeff quality in 100%
pure worsted, with a
two-way polo collar,
reinforced shoulders.
Hand washable. Rich solid
colors and heather tones./
$7 95 -$ 95
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Stott Street on the campus

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Our solution to the well-known
"Case of the Disorderly Pocketbook"

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Hip-length or spencer-type. Full values
to $45.00. Pink, white, powder blue,
peach, yellow, red, navy. Sizes 7 to 15
and 10 to 20.

One group of special pastels in
net or taffeta marquisette.
Values of $3500.
10.00

Nylon white lace trim or tail-
ored. Sizes 32 to 38.
$3.95
PANTIES
Also white nylon in either lace
trim or tailored. Sizes 5, 6,
and 7.
$1.00

SUITS

Gabardine or flannel in checks
plaids. Navy, royal, powder blue,I
beige, black or red. These suits
sold for as high as $55.00. Sizes 7t
and 10 to 20.

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