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THE MICHIGAN" DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954

PAGE SiX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. I!154

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EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
Spoinsored by Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist, Congregational
and Disciples student groups.
6:30 A.M. April 18 Presbyterian Church Lawn
Breakfast following in the social hall - 30c
(Phone NO 2-3580, Wed., April 14 for reservation)
AU Students are invited to attend.

Michifish To Perform
At Dedication of Pool

'U' Michigras
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Michifish will present a water
show at 4 p.m. Saturday and at
3 and 5 p.m. Sunday at the new
women's pool.
Tickets for the performances are
free and will be available from 10
a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. be-
ginning today at the pool.
DONNA HOFFMAN has written
a narration for the water show.
One of the numbers will feature
the record "Biaha." It will present
a drummer on the high diving
board with three swimmers in
black suits trimmed in silver and
silver bands on their arms and
legs in a worshipful searching.
The theme of another num-
bet is "Tawny." It will be a
light and graceful performance
featuring five women in yellow
suits and yellow glittering caps.
The first performance of the wa-
ter show will take place at the
formal dedication of the new pool
at 2 p.m. Saturday. Because at-
tendance at this ceremony is by
special invitation only, the water
show is being repeated for en-
tire campus.
* * *
MASTER of ceremonies for the
dedication will be President Har-
lan H. Hatcher, who will intro-

duce the speakers on the program.
Regent Vera Baits will be the
main speaker, followed by an
address by Prof. Herbert 0.
(Fritz) Crisler, Chairman of the
Board in Control of Intercolle-
giate Athletics.
Women's alumnae representa-
tive, Mrs. Florence Lafer, will in-
troduce Mrs. Lola Hanavan, chair-
man of the Alumnae Committee
of the pool. Mrs. Hanavan will un-
veil a portrait of Dr. Margaret
Bell, head of the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department.
DEAN DEBORAH Bacon, Dr.
Bell; and Sue Riggs, president of
the League will also speak. Miss
Marion Swanson, representative of
the Women's Athletic Association
will introduce the Michifish wa-
tpr show.
An informal receiving line will
be on the second floor lobby of
the pool building after the ded-
ication.
Physical education alumnae and
past WAA presidents have been
invited to attend a buffet supper
at 5:30 p.m. in the Women's Ath-
letic Building and a splash party
at 7:30 p.m. at the pool at the
completion of the ceremonies.

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See Mr. Young, Room 248, West Engineering Building.

GREEK WEEK HIGHLIGHT:
IFC Ball To Be Top Event

W ANTY & REULE
DOWNTOWN'-- 210 SOUTH MAIN STREET

One of the main attractions dur-
ing the annual Greek Week, IFC
Ball will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, May 7, in the League
Ballroom.
Open to affiliated men and their
dates, the formal dance will fea-
ture the music of Fred Dale and
his orchestra. Dale is at present
filling engagements in the Chicago
area.
Central committee members for
the annual dance were announced

recently, after the completion of
petitioning and interviewing.
General chairman for the formal
affair is Ken Rice. Among his as-
sistants are Mike Gale, who is
plannh4g decorations and pro-
grams chairman Jay Kaufman.
Also on the central committee
are Bob Weinbaum and Bob Dom-
browski, who are arranging for
booths and band, respectively.
Keeping track of the finances is
Harry Eason, while Tom Zilly is
taking care of tickets.R

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Ceremonies To Include
Dedication of Square,
Introduction of Song
The plot of ground near the in-
tersection of N. University and
State Street will be officially
christened "Michigras Square" at
I ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Friday.
General co-chairmen Hal Ab-
rams and Gretchen Meier will be
on hand to dedicate the boulevard.
The new sign will remain on the
land until after Michigras, which
will take place Friday and Satur-
day, April 23 and 24.
A SONG written especially for
Michigras by Paul McDonough,
student-orchestra leader, will be
sung publicly for the first time. A
recording has been made of the
number and the song will be
played on the Burton Tower
Chimes next week.
A previous carnival song,
"Come to the Michigras" was
patterned after a Mardi Gras
song.
To keep the crowd in a carnival
mood, the Phi Gamma Delta
Marching Band will play for the
occasion.
A PREVIEW of the Michigras
carnival will be rendered by mem-
bers of Kappa Kappa Gamma who
will present some of their num-
bers which will be featured at the
"K-Xi Kafe" at Yost Field House.
Following the ceremony, the
band will lead the spectators to
a local drinking establishment
where a day will be held in their
honor.
To avoid waiting in lines at the
fieldhouse to purchase tickets,
beneral admission tickets will be
sold at the dedication. Tickets
may also be purchased from !
a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Mon-
day, April 19 through Friday,
April 23 in the front of the Un-
ion, Mason Hall, on the Diagonal
and at the Engine Arch.
THE DUCATS may also be ob-
tained from a representative in
each residence on campus. Gener-
al chairmen of this district pre-
sale are Sue Kaepell, Marie Woll-
shield, Bunny Fisher, Larry Ro-
sen, Milt Naclisman, Carol Moore,
Cecil Ostrov, Janet Schuster and
Aris Garon.
MICHIFISH - There will be a
Michifish rehearsal at 7:30 p.m.
today at the new women's pool.
* * *
LEAGUE COUNCIL-There will
be an important meeting of the
League council at 4 p.m. today in
the League. Rehearsal for the In-
stallation Night ceremonies will
be held.
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HOUSE MANAGERS - There
will be a meeting of all house ath-
letic managers at 5 p.m. today at
the WAB.
* * *
JUNIOR PANHEL - All Junior
Panhellenic members are request-
ed to come to an extremely im-
portant meeting at 4:30 today in
the League. The room number will
be posted. The agenda will include
making priograms for the Big Ten
Interfraternity Council banquet
which will be held here this week-
end. In addition, plans will be dis-
cussed concerning the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Camp.
FROSH WEEKEND - Maize
Team of Frosh Weekend will hold
a meeting of the decorations com-
mittee at 4:15 p.m. today in DE
Room of the League.

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