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I Michigras Workers End Preparations

Central committeemembers of
the 1954 Michigras, headed by co-
chairmen Gretchen Meier, '54, and
Harold Abrams, '54, wind up six
months of planning and prepara-I
tion as the bi-annual carnival andI
parade opens today.
Abrams is a member of Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity, while Miss Meier is
affiliated with Delta Gamma so-
rority. .

Kling, '55, who is affiliated with a member of Phi Gamma Delta,
Kappa Sigma. is in charge of concessions.
Rfreshment committee chair- The prizes committee is direct-
men are Dianne Young, '56, a ed by Sally Fernamberg, '55Ed, a
member of Alpha Xi Delta, and member of Alpha Phi sorority, and
Dave Arnold, '55BAd, a member Jerry Prescott, '56, affiliated with
of Theta Xi. Bob Knutson, '56, Sigma Chi fraternity.

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FLOOR. PLAN-The diagram shows the arrangement of booths in Yost Field House this weekend.
Below is a list of the booths, and their sponsors, according to the numbers on the diagram. The Field
House will be opened to the public at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The carnival will last until 1 am.
both nights.

SECRETARY of this year's
Michigras is Beverly Falk, '56, a
member of Sigma Delta Tau so-
rority, with Carles Skala, '55BAd,
a member of Kappa Sigma frater-
nity, in charge of finances.
Organizing the 38 booths at
Yost Field House are Barbara
Burstein, '55SM and Bob Gollow,
56. Miss Burstein is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority,
and Gillow is a member of Beta
Theta Pi fraternity.
Balloons, hats, skits and Michi-
gras napkins were some of the
publicity stunts under the direc-
tion of Peg Schaible, '54BAd, a
member of Alpha Xi Delta, and
Tod'd Leif, '56, who is a member
of Zeta Beta Tau.
Betsy Sherrer, '55, and Barney
Helzberg, '56, are in charge of
programs. Helzberg is a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau and Miss
Sherrer is affiliated with Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Supervising ticket sales are
Joyce Lane, '56, a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, and George

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Carnival To Feature Skill,
how Refreshment Booths
1. Mosher-Cooley... "Pin the Tail on the Tune"
2. Delta Delta Delta-Alpha Tau Omega. . . "Swan Legs"
3. German Club. . "Pfefferkauchenhaus"
4. Alpha Delta Pi-Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . "The Son is Green"
5. Delta Upsilon-Collegiate Sorosis. . "Are You a S o c i a l
Climber"
6. Pi Beta Phi-Phi Delta Theta. .. "Gone With the (south)
Wind"
7. Newberry-Gomberg. . . "Showboat"
8. Alpha Epsilon Pi... "Take-A-Pik"
9. School of Public Health... "Strength Test"
10. Alpha Omicron Pi-Phi Kappa Tau... "Cotton Candy"
11. Vaughn-Lambda Chi Alpha... "It's in the Book"
12. Chi Psi-Chi Omega. . . "House of Horrors"
13. Sigma Phi Epsilon-Alpha Chi Omega. . . "Simple Simon
Michi-Pie-Man"
14. Huber House... "The Corn Popper"
15. Allen-Rumsey-Chicago House... "Tales of a Spouse, Specific"
16. Delta Tau Delta-Alpha Phi... "Loop a Phi"
17. Kappa Kappa Gamma-Theta.Xi... "K-XI Cafe"
18. Kappa Sigma-Alpha XI Delta. .. "Weird Faces"
19. Michigan Dames... "Treasure Island Inn"
20. Beta Theta Pi-Kappa Alpha Theta... "Beta Burlesque"
21. Alpha Delta Phi-Alice Lloyd. .. "Skeet Ball"
22. International Student's Association. . "Glacier Globe"
23. Williams House. . "Hole In One"
24. Gamma Phi Beta-Chi Phi . "Crow's Nest"
25. Psi Upsilon .. "Fish-A-Ball"
26. Phi Kappa Sigma-Jordan . . "Swamp Jungle"
27. Newman Club. . . "Shater a Platter"
28. Sigma Delta Tau-Sigma Alpha Mu . . "Illuminate Your A-
Rate"
29. Pi Lambda Phi .. "The Wind And the Whirlwind"
30. Prize Booth
31. Delta Gamma-Sigma Chi . . "Michigras Downs"
32. Tau Delta Phi.. "U-Bang-I"
33. Phi Gamma Delta . . "Michibust"
34. Evans Scholars-Geddes House-Henderson House . . "War
Thru the Ages"
35. Betsy Barbour-Taylor House .. "Going Through the Arb"
36. Alpha Epsilon Phi-Zeta Beta Tau. . "Beat the Ball"
37. Tyler House-Delta Sigma Phi .. "Wet Your Whistle"
38. Delta Kappa Epsilon .. . "Pitch A Penny"
39. Alpha Gamma Delta-Sigma Nu ... "Hawaiian Terrace"
40. Adelphi-Phi Delta Epsilon ... (outside)

Galafarade
ToIBeonTV
Ann Arbor residents will be able
to tune in the Michigras Parade on
their television sets, according to
the University of Michigan Tele-
vision Office.
Two cameras and three micro-
phones will be stationed at May-
nard and Liberty, beginning the
hour-and-a-half long telecast at
3:45 p.m.f
Authorized by the Speech de-
partment and University of Michi-
gan TV, the broadcast will feature
a running narration and descrip-
tion of the parade with its 70-odd
units, given by Paul Herlinger,
Grad.
Chuck Broadhead, program co-
ordinator for the University and
WPAG-TV, produced and directed
the program.

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