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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE4K

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Spring Weekend Petitioning Opens

New Project

Will

Assist

Composer of 'Victors'
To Direct Band Show

With Spring Weekend only five
months away, petitions are now
available for students interested in
being chairmen of the various
committees.
Co-chairmen are needed to head
seven committees. The work of the
program chairmen includes de-
signing and soliciting advertise-
ments from local merchants, while
ticket heads will take care of set-
ting of booths and having the tick-'
ets printed and sold.
Skits chairmen will be in
charge of judging scenerios, de-
termining the entrance and parti-
cipation of the various groups and
working with them after the win-
ning skit has been chosen.
Production heads will have the
job of staging and setting up the
props in Hill Auditorium, while the
cllairmen for publicity and posters
will be in charge of designing pos-
ters and planning a wide-spread
publicity campaign.
The two students who take
charge of the special events com-
mittee, will have the job of work-
ing with the general theme and
planning added activities for the
weekend.
Also open for petitioning are the
position of secretary to. take min-
utes and coordinate all the work
of the committees and the posi-
tion of finance chairman to handle
the budget and requisition slips
for the project.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
FAIR AND WARMER-At least that's what Bob Burnstein and
Stan Leiken, general co-chairman for Spring Weekend, hope the
weatherman will say. They announced that petitioning is now
open for the event.

Handling the publicity work of
the central committee in The Daily
and the announcements of the
meetings will be the work of The
Daily publicity reporter.
Petitioning for the above posi-
tions will be open from today un-

(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
Lewis G. Christman and Jos. E. Warner, Repub-
lican legislators, voted against the bill to in-
crease unemployment compensation despite
rising costs of living.
Are they friends of men and wonen out of a
job?
Vote for Lewis C. Reimann and Al P. Minick
(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)
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til Tuesday, Nov..2, when all ap-
plications will be due at 5 p.m.
They are available at the Union
Office of Student Affairs, League
Undergraduate Office, Barbour
Gymnasium, and the Women's
Athletic Building.
Petitions should be returned to
the mailboxes in the Union and
League, at which time anyone in-
terested may sign up for an inter-
view.
Interviewing will be held Wed-
nesday through Friday, Nov. 3 to
5. Spring weekend reports from
1953 will be available in the Un-
ion Student Offices. Persons who
have additional questions or de-
sire information concerning this
all-campus function, are asked to
call Barb Burnstein at NO 2-3119

Arts Center
Service Committees
Provide Opportunities
For Volunteer Work
League Service Committee's new-
est service is recruiting coeds to
usher at the Dramatic Arts Center
in the Masonic Temple, here in
Ann Arbor.
The group presents one play each
month, running from Thursday
through Sunday each week, start-
ing Oct. 28.
Four women are needed each
night for the 16 performances per
month. Each student would usher
twice a month and would see the
plays one of the two nights. Vol-
unteers report to the Masonic Tem-
ple at 7:30 p.m. each night, with
the plays beginning at 8:15 p.m.
The Service committee, under
the chairmanship of Joan Hyman,
offers coeds an opportunity to help
hospital patients, veterans and
others in need, as well as gaining
valuable experience in working
with and for other people.
Kept by Merit-Tutorial Committee
These activities also are counted
on the extra-curricular activities
lists, kept by the merit-tutorial
committee in the League.
Student volunteers may do
speech clinic hostessing, Universi-
ty Hospital volunteer service, en-
teytainment service, veterans re-
habilitation center work, volun-
teer guide service, waitress work
or ushering service.
Another recent addition to the
volunteer service program is the
veteran's dance classes, held from
4 to 5 p.m. each Tuesday. Ten
student hostesses are needed each
week at the Veterans' Center.
Women are also needed to par-
ticipate in regularly scheduled par-
ties planned to make patients feel
at home at the Speech Clinic. Chair-
man Charnya Butman commented
that it was excellent training for
those interested in speech correc-
tion and the problems of the dis-
abled.
Committee Sponsors Parties
The entertainment service com-
mittee of the League sponsors chil-
dren's parties and hospital pro-
grams; while the volunteer guide
service hostesses at the weekly
dances at the Veterans' Center, in
conjunction with the dance commit-
tee.
Volunteers are also needed for
the numerous fields of service at
the University Hospital and for
waitress work at League banquets
and teas.
Coeds may sign up for the
League volunteer service commit-
tee in the Undergraduate Office of
the League or may call Joan Hy-
man at NO 2-3119 for further in-
formation.

Author of "The Victors," Louis
Elbel, will be present at the half-
time ceremony Saturday to direct
the Marching Band in their ren-
dition of his composition.
Elbel, a student of the class of
'01, was a member of the track'
team when he was at the Univet-
sity. He is now a resident of South
Bend, Ind.
In 1947 Elbel received a Regents'
Citation for his contribution to
the University.
At pre-game time the Marching
Band will perform its traditional
salute to the University and to
the University of Minnesota.
An added feature of pre-game
show will be the band's salute to,
the 100th anniversary of the Ora-
torical Society, one of the oldest'
oratorical associations in the coun-
try. ,
The Marching Band will form'
the shape of a large ship which
will "sail" up and down the field.
This formation will be in honor of
the "Caine Mutiny" one of the
Oratorical Society's presentations'
this season.

For their half-time show the
Band will present the Walt Disney
show which they did at the Michi-
gan-Northwestern game at Evan-
ston last week.
The Disney tribute consists of
band formations of favorite Dis-
ney characters such as Mickey
Mouse and Pinnochio. These fig-
ures are formed so that they have
moving parts such as a nose which
grows on Pinnochio.
In recognition of Disney's latest
production on Alaska the band will
present a formation of a dog and
sled. To accompany this formation
the appropriate songs of "Winter
Wonder Land" and "Sleigh Ride"
will be played.
Today's issue of a national ma-
gazine contains a picture of the
Marching Band as well as three
other University pictures in a story
entitled "The Big Ten Look."
The band picture shows a stick
figure of a Greek runner with a
torch. The formation was included
in the pre-game show at the Mi-
chigan-Northwestern game last
week.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
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Fallen arches, bad posture and
poor body tone are common coed
ailments being corrected by a
body conditioning clinic offered by
the Women's Athletic Department.
"Purpose of the clinic is to teach
students proper corrective exer-
cises so that they may practice
them at their homes," said Ruth
W. Harris, clinic instructor. She
Hillel Foundation
To Hold Meeting,
Chorus Rehearsal
At 4 p.m. Sunday the first re-
hearsal and organization meeting
of the Hillel Chorus will be held
at the Hillel foundation.
Plans for this year's chorus in-
clude a radio appearance, con-
certs in Flint and a large produc-
tion with soloists and an orches-
tra.
Certain performers from the
chorus will be selected to sing at
H ill e 1 Friday night services
throughout the year.
The chorus is open to both men
and women. Because of the pro-
posed repertoire the only require-
ment for membership is some
knowledge of music.
Eddie Glick, chorus director, is
a graduate student in the School
of Music.
Students interested in joining
the chorus are asked to attend the
first meeting or to contact Nancy
Gold, chorus president.

also remarked that the emphasis
in the clinic is upon general ton-
ing up with exercises for specific
body parts."
Anyone may attend this non-
credit clinic which is conducted
from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. A
student may attend the clinic for
any amount of time, whether 20
minutes or the full hour.
Of special interest to hard work-
ing University coeds are exer-
cises which relax one and release
tension. Overtension is evidenced
by insomnia, nervous indigestion,
pains across the shoulders or low-
er back, nail-biting, twitching, rig-
idity of posture, over-activity, ill-
temper and tapping with the fing-
ers. Certain exercises and con-
scious relaxation frequently help
in overcoming these nervous hab-
its, and aiding circulation and in
relaxing muscle stiffness.
Posture silhouette pictures will
be taken for anyone desiring them.
Exercises are then prescribed
based upon the pictures.
Individuals or groups of two or
three may make separate appoint-
ments by notifying Miss Harris at
No 3-1511, extension 2747. Coeds at-
tending the clinic should dress ac-
cordingly.
Miss Harris remarked that this
clinic was not to be confused with
the posture, figure and carriage
course, a two-hour per week course
offered as part of the freshman
women's physical education re-
quirement.

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ant meeting of the JGP Central
Committee at 8 p.m. today in the
League. All regular and new mem-
bers are to attend.
FORTNITE-There will be a
mass meeting of all house skit
chairmen of Fortnite at 4:15 p.m.
today in the League.
ATHLETIC MANAGERS--There
will be a meeting of the League
House athletic managers at 5 p.m.
today in the WAB.
PANHEL BALL-The decora-
tions committee of Panhel Ball
will meet at 4 p.m. today in the
League. All coeds interested in
working on decorations for the
annual dance are urged to attend
the meeting.
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CAMP COUNSELORS - Camp
Counselors Club will meet for
games at 7:30 p.m. today in the
basement of WAB.
RIDING-There will be a meet-
ing of the Riding Club at 7 p.m.
today in the WAB.
CO-REC NIGHT - Co-Recrea-
tion Night will be held from 7 to
10:30 p.m. tomorrow at the I-M
Building. All facilities will be
available.
INTERNATIONAL TEA - The
International Center and Interna-
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hold another in a series of weekly
teas from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today at
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