Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 13, 1954 - Image 5

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1954-04-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.




TUESAYAPRL 1, 194Ta Mvfl!A T ffe y AEaVWVa

1 t1uiY i' i v X0

Maize Team To Feature Theme
Of 'aMAIZ-in PURSE-onalities'

Show Cast
To Describe
Coed's Purse
"aMAIZ - in PURSE - onalties"
will be presented by the Maize
Team of Frosh Weekend from 9
p.m. to midnight Friday in the
League Ballroom.
The theme will feature the story
,- of a University coed. Maize Team
floorshow cast, under the direc-
tion of Meridelle Knikhts and
> Sally Ann Miller, chairman and
assistant chairman, will reveal the
mysteries of a woman's purse
through various dances and songs.
* * *
of the Maize Team, has announced
that the mistress of ceremonies
will be Nancy Marsh. Miss Marsh
will administer a complete beauty
treatment to a rather bedraggled
University coed, using the contents
of the "aMAIZ-in PURSES."
The student will be seen as an
"inorganic biology major," who
not only gains an "aMAIZ-in
PURSE-onality," but changes
her major to "Michigan men."
She then receives a wooden shoe,
one of the Maize Team's sym-
bols, as a good luck omen.
Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing in therLeague Ballroom
both nights of Frosh Weekend.
Tickets for the event are priced
at $1.50 per couple and will be on
sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today
through Friday in the Women's
Athletic Building, on the Diag-
onal and in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
dormitory and all central commit-
tee members also have tickets.
Ticket sellers may be identified by
the yellow slickers they will wear.
The tickets have been printed in
It'mys TV
f mt g I lie on excite-
mentand love
for e every minute of it.
As secretary to a
TV poducer I
Gibb. training.
A , rbh Thoroughness, ac-
curacy, and poise
under pressure are
everyday musts."
Katharine Gibbs
secretarial train.
IAg qualifies college girls for today's job
and tomorrow's promotion. Special Course
for College Women. Write College Dean for
IOSTON 16, 90 Marlborough St NEW YORK 17. 230 Park Ave.
CHICAGO 11, 51 E. Superior St. PROVIDENCE 6, 155 Anigell St.
1 MONTCLAIR, N. 1., 33 Plymouth St.

Will Disclose
Top Positions
Scholarships, Awards
To Be Made Known
On Installation Night
Top positions for next year in
various campus organizations will
be announced at Installation Night
at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Officers of Assembly, Panhel-
lenic, Women's Athletic Associ-
ation and the League, and the an-
nouncement of several scholar-
ships and awards are on the eve-
ning's agenda.
* * *
AMONG the League positions to
be disclosed are the executive of-
ficers, committee chairmen and
members of the central commit-
tees for Sophomore Cabaret and
Junior Girls' Play.
Several scholarships and
awards will be presented to out-
standing coeds.
Alpha Lambda Delta will hon-
or coeds maintaining a 3.5 aver-
age throughout their college years.
* *' *
for affiliated women will tap new
members and present awards for
Among the other scholarships
and awards presented to students
will be the Mortarboard scholar-
ship and three Ethel McCormick
scholarships which will be given
to outstanding junior women by
Dean Deborah Bacon.
An outstanding member of the
Junior Girls' Play will receive
the Marcia Babbidge Award for
exhibiting qualities of sincerity,
cooperation, reliability, attend-
ance, ability to work with oth-
ers, patience and cheerfulness
in the production.
The general chairman of JGP
will present the award, which will
be hung permanently in the League
with the winner's name engraved
on it, and the winner will receive
I an award certificate.

hold their all campus open house
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow.
The President's teas have be-
come a tradition on the University
campus. In 1935, the League So-
cial Committee organized and tookI
charge of the teas, and since then
they have become very popular
with the students who wish to
meet and talk with the President
and his wife.
DESPITE the fact that the teas
are open to all campus, special
residence groups arehinvited to
attend. This month those includ-
ed are members of Alpha Gamma
Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Kappa, Sigma, Jordan, Cheever,
Oxford, Gorton, Stevens, Wenley
House, Scott House and Van Tyne
Following a tradition set at
previous open houses, the many
house mothers have been asked
to pour. Among them are Mrs.
Wood of Scott House, Mrs.
Baily of Van Tyne House, Mrs.
Tiney of Jordan, Mrs. Coreys of
Cheever, Mrs. Wigle of Alpha
Gamma Delta, Mrs. McCormick
of Wenley House and Mrs. Pas
of Stevens.
The entire Hatcher residence
will be open tomorrow afternoon.
Students are free to visit any part
of the house they wish, with or
without the aid of the hostesses.
SoftbalI Teams

The house which was originally
built in 1841 and is now theoldest
building on campus, has been re-
modeled many times to meet the
changing needs of the period, and
of the families occupying it.

Hatchers Will Entertain
At Home Tomorrow
President and Mrs. Hatcher will


dcn'44. Camnpu4

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
MICHIGRAS "CHAPEAUX"-Blue and white straw hats herald-
ing the approach of Michigras, only 10 days away, will appear
on campus soon. Central Committee members Beverly Falk, Bob
Gillow, Hal Abrams and Joyce Lane admire the hats.
Students To Purchase Hats
To Salute Annual Michigras

JUNIOR PANHEL - There will
be a Junior Panhellenic meeting
4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the League.
** *
HILLEL-Students who would
like to eat Passover meals must
sign up by tomorrow at the Hil-
lel Building. They should pay their
money at this time.
MAIZE TEAM: programs com-
mittee in the conference room of
the League; floorshow cast in the
Union Ballroom and the rest of
the floorshow conmnittee in the
Henderson Room of the League
'at 7 p.m.
BLUE TEAM: floorshow cast
from 1 to 5 p.m. and 7:30 to 10
p.m. in the League.
fl N

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
"aMAIZ-in PURSE-onalties"-Presenting one of the steps from
their floorshow, Maize Team members are from left to right:
front-Mary Avery, Judy Geeting, Joanne Sheets and Mary Gron-
berg; back-Marilyn Smith and Joani Rosen. The Maize Team
production will be given from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday in the
League Ballroom. Tickets are priced at $1.50 per couple.

the form of personalized checks;
which each student may sign tc
assure safe return of the ticket if
The stunt committee, under'
the direction of publicity chair-
man Dee Galonska, picketed the
Union in Maize slickers yester-
day. The committee has also
been giving out hand-bills with
the slogan "Gentlemen prefer
Members of the central com-
mittee of Maize Team may be des-
ignated by their yellow hair-bows
purses, slickers and finger-nail
* s s
JUDGES FOR this year's Frost
Weekend will be Susan Riggs,
League president; Jay Strickler
Union president and Mrs. Edith
M. Wheeler, business manager of
the League.
Patrons for the Friday and
Saturday night shows will in-
clude President and Mrs. Hara
lan H. Hatcher, Dean and Mrs.
Walter B. Rea, Dean Deborah
Bacon, Assistant Dean Sarah L.


Healy, Associate Dean Elsie R.
Fuller, Miss Gertrude Mulhol-
Ian, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Van
Duren and Dr. and Mrs. Clyde
The list continues with Prof.
and Mrs. Erich A. Walter, Dr. and
Mrs. George A. Peek, Prof. and
Mrs. Russell C. Hussey, Miss Kath-
erine Porter, Dr. and Mrs. John E.
Bingley, Miss Ethel McCormick,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Alexand-
er, Miss Sue Nasset, Miss Diane
Holbrook and Maize Team par-

Straw Hats saluting Michigras,
the carnival and parade less than
two weeks off, will be the new
mode of campus head dress.
A limited supply of the blue
and white hats may be purchased
at the Michigras office, in the
basement of the Union, or from
Central committee members.
The hats will be in evidence
all over campus as the ticket
sale begins for the carnival
which will be held from 7 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Friday, April 23, and
Saturday, April 24, at Yost
Field House.
Michigras Secretary Beverly
Falk received a letter from Presi-
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower's Sec-
retary extending the President's
thanks for the invitation to the;
weekend project.
The letter read, "While he
would like to be present on this
occasion, the President regrets
that his committments are such


that it will not be possible for him
to go to Michigan at that time."
"You and the members of
your Community may be assured
that the President is nonetheless
appreciative of this friendly
thought of him."
Regent Vera Baits, who will
serve as a, patron and parade
judge, wrote, "When I think of
the amount of work that the stu-
dents are willing to do for Michi-
gras' good cause I can only mar-
vel. I am thankful that each and
every one of you came to Michi-
Proceeds from the bi-annual
carnival will go to the University
Fresh Air Camp and the women's
swimming pool project fund.
Michigras will officially open
at 3 p.m. Friday, April 24, with
a parade featuring 33 floats, the
Michigan Marching Band, high
school bands, the newest sport
cars, the old Dexter Fire;En-
gine, The Plymouth Kiltie Band,
the dancing Lassies and the De-
troit Edison Calliope.
The parade will begin at the
Farmers Market and wind down
Main, Liberty and State to the
field house.
With rides, show booths, games
of skill and refreshment stands
set up at the field house, the car-
nival will be in full operation Fri-
day and Saturday afternoon.
There will be a special carnival
for the children of Ann Arbor
from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday,


More Coeds

For Tournament
More coeds are needed to com-
plete teams in the co-rec softball
tournament which opens Friday
and Saturday.
* The women may sign up at Bar-
bour Gym.
The teams composed of five
women and five men will play on
weekends. According to the rules
of the tournament, the coeds mustI
pitch. The men bat left handed
and serve as catchers.

ThAe O64en'lac
(feautj, 1d01'h
We specialize in hair coloring,
styling & permanent waving.
Ask for
1 block from Univ. Hospital
NO 2-3413



Druids Honor Outstanding Senior Men


REGULAR $29.95
Now $21.00
Purchase Camera Shop
1116 South University NO 8-6972


You are invited
Come and Brush Up On Your Dancing
bthw( Itunae1 £7wok
NO 3-4143 1311 S. University

Druids, senior men's honorary,
was founded in 1910 for the pur-
pose of honoring senior men, out-
standing in various campus activi-
The honorary was originally
limited to students of the literary
college, but in later years as the
University expanded and new
schools came into being, Druids
began tapping students in the var-
ious new schools.
The organization which has a
maximum membership of 25 us-
ually numbers about 20 mem-
Members of Druids are chosen
from the senior class or from
members of the junior class who
will be seniors the following fall.
In choosing a member such qual-
ifications as character, leadership
anu achievement are taken into
In the spring those members
of the junior class who will be
senIors the next fall and who
have been chosen for member-
ship are tapped. In the fall a

smaller number of senior men
are tapped by the new members
chosen the preceding spring.
Each spring and fal on a night
selected by and known only to the
members of Druids, tapping occurs.,
The old members go stealthily
around to the various houses and
dorms and quietly spirit out the
prospective members. they are
then taken to an undisclosed place
where certain rituals take place.
The following day on the Di-
agonal the new members per-
form certain public demonstra-
tions to sympolize their loyalty
to the organization.
These public demonstrations are
culminated by a ceremony around
Women's Senate
There will be a Women's Sen-
ate meeting at 4 p.m. today at
the League. All Senators are re-
quested to attend.

the Druid Rock, which is located
in the northwest corner of the
campus near the site of old Haven
Several days following the pub-
lic demonstration, a banquet and
secret initiation ceremony are held
for the new members. Two stones
brought from Stonehedge, the
home of the legendary Druids in
England, play a part in the cere-
At initiation the men who
have been accepted into the
honorary receive the symbolic
Druid pin of the sickle and ser-
Druids have undertaken various
activities and services projects.
These include work with the Salva-
tion Army and Dunbar Communi-
ty Center. The honorary has also
sponsored parties for the children
at the Michigan Children's Insti-
Dr. Lionel Laing is faculty advi-
sor of the group.

..W.. : M'WS Y%V?..h .4:1 4: 1{a. ,':.... .. .,.... . . .. 1 .... ... . . .S ... . . . . .
Choose your Easter Suit from our large sale
priced collection of finest woolens, tailored to
our highest standards. Fine Worsteds, repps,
flannels, sharkskins, navy and all the important
Originally priced 49.95 to 98.95 .
now from 39.95 to 59.95
Junior Sizes 9-15, 1O-4O, 121,' to 22% i
SPECIAL GROUP of mostly junior sizes. . . .$35
Two Groups of RAYON SUITS. . .$1O & $14.95
imported wool repp suit
a in 3 tones, grey, white and blue
'1 Orig. 89.95 . . . NOW 59.95
Tiny Straw PILLBOX . .. 8.95
Cotton wrist length GLOVES . .. 2.95

r r
d 3-


.in , ,_.

w .

.Whe yo as..mkatcut. aeaCk

7 ' j§

% ."IV serf' 1M 1


Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan