THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TINE MICHIGA1'~ IJAILY PAGE NINE
'hoto Contest Winners Selected;I
'ictures To Be Displayed in Union
both representatives of stores
which contributed prizes. Also
acting as a judge was Ann Ar-
bor News photographer Peter M.
All prizes may be picked up be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m. any afternoon
this week at the Union Student
THE WINNING prints will be
enlarged and displayed, along with
other contest entries,,in the Union
At Barbour Gyr
Applications for the women's
all-campus badminton tournament
are due tomorrow in office 15 at
The tournament, sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Association,
opens Saturday with subsequent
matches scheduled on Saturdays.
Pairings will be announced later
in the week.
A reorganizational meeting of
the co-rec badminton club will be
Wednesday, Feb. 17, Manager
Marg Smith stated. She said, how-
ever, that the club will regularly
meet on Tuesdays this semester.
Lobby for one week beginning
Winning pictures will be sub-
mitted for chance publication in
a national photography maga-
zine and will also be entered in
a Big Ten photography contest.
This contest, which has no con-
nection with the proposed Nation-
al College Union Photo Contest
formulated by the local Union, will
be held the first part of March at
IT IS A graphic arts contest and
will be judged only on the quality
of the print and its composition
and not according to specific cate-
The final number of entries in
the local contest was estimated at
well over two hundred. Drawing
over one-hundred prints, the cam-
pus and community scenes division
turned out to be the most popular
Views of the Michigan Union
were most frequently found in this
section, followed by the Burton
Tower 'and scenes taken in the
In the extra-curricular division,
pictures ranged from sport scenes
to children and airplanes.
According to committee mem-
bers, the judges were impressed
with the quantity and quality of
the pictures entered.
To Talk to 'U' Coeds,
Guests Thursday Night
Miss Nancy Duke Lewis, dean of
Pembroke College, Brown Univer-
sity, will address members at a
dinner meeting of the American
Association of University Women
at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at St. An-
drew's Episcopal Church.
AAUW members within a 50 mile
radius of Ann Arbor will also at-
tend the dinner.
DEAN LEWIS, who is chairman
of the national AAUW Education
Committee, took over her present
post at Pembroke in 1950. She
joined the Pembroke faculty in
1943 and in less than a year was
named assistant to Dean Margaret
Upon Miss Morriss' retire-
ment, Miss Lewis was appointed
fifth dean of the college..
Previous to her work on the
Pembroke campus, she served six
years as counselor with special
duties in academic advising at the
Women's College of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina.
* * *
MRS. H. P. WAGNER is in
charge of the program for Dean
Lewis' Ann Arbor visit, and co-
chairmen of the dinner are Mrs.
R. J. Blackhall and Mrs. Joseph
Decorations will be handled by
Mrs. G. G. Mackmiller, and Mrs.
J. H. Hollowell will be in charge of
Hostesses for the event will be
Miss Margery Robinson, Mrs. H.
L. Smith, Mrs. D. S. Maxwell,
Mrs. J. W. Rood and Miss Janice
Counseling Service Installed
To Better MichigrasBooths
Buy the Best
..Buy Balf our
A counseling service to help
house representatives improve and
expand their booth ideas for the
1954 Michigras, will be operating
from 1 to 5 p.m. today through
next Tuesday. in the old business
office in the basement of the Un-
ion, Barb Burstein and Bob Gil-
low have announced.
The booth co-chairman said
that house representatives who did
not attend the mass meeting be-
fore vacation may still pick up
booth petitions in the Union office.
Petitions will be due next Tuesday.'
Gillow emphasized that gamb-
ling booths will not be allowed
in the field house. He added that
houses contemplating such booths
should change their plans.
International groups are espec-
ially urged to contact the co-chair-
Representatives from over 80
groups on campus attended the
first organizational meeting, Miss
Representatives are also remind-
ed by the Parade Co-chairman
Jane Thompson and Guy Moul-
throup that any house may still
have a float in the parade as long
as "it meets the Michigras stand-
ards of good taste."
We are prepared to supply your special
initiation gifts, and supplies.
Little sister . . . Big sister gif ts.
Little brother . . . Big brother gifts.
Recognition Pins, Necklaces, Badges
Mugs, Paddles, Sweat Shirts, Stationery
Rings, Gifts and Novelties
"Home of the Official Michigan Ring"
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
1321 SouTH UNIVERSITY BOB CARLSON, MANAGER
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DAY and NIGHT
HORTHANDj CLASSES FORMING.
Over 400 Schools in U. S. will assist you in reviewor placement.
ENROLL TODAY IN FEBRUARY CLASS.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Founded 1915 Phone NO 8-7831 State and Williams Sts.
NEW AND EXCITING
: .. .
MORE THRILLING than a lacy valentine
. . . these exquisite blouses, lingerie,
hosiery, gloves, sweaters, costume jew.
elry, from her favorite fashion store.
AND THIS is just a sampling of our
many enchanted gifts . . . because, of
course, we have a complete selection of
cupid's favorites . . . at prices to please
the microscopic or the expansive budget.
Senate will hold a meeting at 4:30
p.m. today in the League.
MICHIGRAS-There will be a
meeting for all salesmen of the
Michigras program committee at
'7:30 p.m. today in Room 3A of the
HILLEL-Dean E. R. Isbell of
Michigan State Normal college will
speak on discrimination in higher
education at 8:30 p.m. today at
the Hillel Building. The public is
SCROLL-There will be a meet-
ing of Scroll at 9 p.m. today at the
home of Joan Kleinpell, 702 Oak-
ing opens tomorrow for Frosh
Weekend and ends Wednesday,
Feb. 17. Interviews will be held
from Monday, Feb. 22, to Friday,
Dames will hold a general meet-
ing at 8 p.m. today in the Jones
School Auditorium. The drama
group will present a play to the
married women. Husbands and
other guests are invited. All stu-
dent wives and married women at-
tending the University are eligible
Zoology -Speech -Physics -Education,
Etc. In fact, You Name It, Ulrich's Have It!
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