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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Committees To Plan Michigras

Entry Procedure
Of Floats, Booths
To Be Explained
All University residence houses
planning to enter a float or a booth
in Michigras are asked to send at
least one representative to the
meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in Rm. 3-G of the Union.
Michigras committee chairmen
stressed the fact that each house
must send a representative to this
joint booths and parade meeting
in order to participate.
Mimeographed papers with im-
portant general instructions for
all. houses will be distributed.
To Give Explanations
Booths Co-Chairmen Lynn Gar-
ver and Charlie Wood and Parade
Co-chairmen -Libby Garland and
Bill Miller will explain certain pro-
cedures that must be followed by
the houses, such as new fire regu-
lations for floats and booths.
The requisition system which
the houses must follow in order
to obtain supplies will be explained
in detail.
Various aspects of the theme
will be discussed, such as how it
can be carried out in booths and
floats, problems arising from too
much noise in the parade due to
too many musical entries and how
to eliminate duplicate entries.
Booth Types
Miss Garver and Wood will dis-
cuss how the Michigras booths will

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LAST OF SEMESTER:
Paul BrodieIs Band To Play
At Little Club Tomorrow

Culminating Little Club enter-
tainment for the semester, the Un-
ion will present its last dance from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in
the North Lounge.
Providing all types of music for
varied student tastes, will be Paul
Brodie and his orchestra.
Brodie and his organization have
appeared at many campus activi-
ties during the semester. The or-
chestra most recently played at
Sophomore Scandals, early in De-
cember.
Familiar Figure
The junior in the School of
Music is a familiar figure to Little
Club fans. Don Shetler at the
piano, Pete Eckstrom beating the
drums and Hugh Gucker on the
vibraphone make up his group.
Brodie, a saxopnone player, of-
ten plays along with the others.
Vocalist Delores Evans will also
be featured with the musicians.
"We try to entertain as, well as
play," Brodib said recently, "by
singing and, kibitzing. Audiences
seem to like it better than just
playing," he explained.
Night Club Atmosphere
Set up in the style that has be-
come traditional to the many
couples frequenting the spot, the
North Lounge will again take on
the appearance of a night club.
Small tables with red and white
checked table cloths at which
couples can take a breather Will
surround the dance floor. Candle
light will be employed, as usual,
to add to the atmosphere.
Soft drinks and potato chips
will be available to those who de-

sire light refreshment during the
evening.
Don Brown, Little Club chair-
man, terms the dances very popu-
lar. "They always draw a big
crowd and we hope students will
enjoy them just as much next se-
mester," he said.
Tobe-Coburn
Scholarship
To Be Given
A scholarship for full time tui-
tion, $1150, for the one year course
at the Tobe-Coburn School for
Fashion Careers in New York City,
is being offered to fashion-minded
young women.
The winner will enter the school
in September, 1956, and must be
able to finance her own living
and incidental expenses for the
nine months in New York.
Executives of a Dayton com-
pany will assist the Tobe-Coburn
officials in reviewing the written
topics and forms which will be
submitted by each applicant.
Young women, not over 30 years
of age, who possess full credit for
two years of work completed at an
accredited college, and live within
50 miles of the city of Dayton,
will be accepted as candidates.
Interested students may write
for a registration blank to the
Rike Kumler Company, Dayton 1,
0.

-Daily-Vern Soden
MICHIGRAS PLANS - Charles Wood, Lynn Garver, Bill Miller,
and Libby Garland select trophies to be awarded to winning show
booths and parade floats at Michigras. A joint meeting of the
parade and booths committee will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Union.

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be set up.

Explanations of thecthe parade will take place will

three types of booths: show, re-
freshments and skill, and how, en-
tries are classified will be given.
Explanations of where and how

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be given by Miss Garland and
Miller. Special attractions in the
parade will also be discussed.
The petitioning process for house
entries in both the booth and
parade aspects of Michigras will
also be explained. Dates that the
petitions are due will also be an-
nounced.

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Having scheduled a wide varie-
ty of events for the annual J-
Hop Weekend, Friday, Feb. 10,
through Sunday, Feb. 12, the J-
Hop committee hopes to appeal to
a variety of student interests.
In addition to the main event
which will be held from 9:30 p.m.
to 2 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, at
the Inter-mural Building, a ski
trip, an informal dance. and a
splash party have been planned.
Featured for the first time this
year will be a ski trip to East
Tawas on Lake Huron in the
northeastern part of the state.
According to members of the com-
mittee two hotels in the Silver
Valley region of this area have
been reserved.
Reduced Rates
Special reduced rates on meals,
room accommodations and trans-
portation have been secured for
students making the trip.
Accommodations have been made
for 250 people. Reservations will
be taken on a "first come, first
served," basis.
i-Hop Tickets
Students who have J-Hop
reservations may p u r c h a s e
dance tickets from 1 to 5 p.m.
today and tomorrow at the Ad-
ministration Building.
General ticket sales will take
place from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday of next week at
the Administration Building.
Tickets for the ski trip may be
purchased at the same times.

The hotel rooms will each ac-
commodate two people. If students
have a roommate preference they
are asked to make it known when
they secure tickets for the ski
trip. According to committee
members no changes will be made
after that time.
Chartered Buses
Chartered buses will leave Ann
Arbor at 10 a.m. on Saturday,
Feb. 11, and from East Tawas for
the return trip at 2 p.m. on Sun-
day, Feb. 12.
Three meals will be served to
students at the hotels. The Sat-
urday dinner menu will include
roast beef, baked potatoes, salad,
rolls, tomato juice, relishes, bev-
erage and dessert.
The menu for Sunday breakfast
is juice, cereal, sweet rolls, toast
and beverage while steak, french
fried potatoes, salad, juice, rolls,
beverage andudessert will be served
for dinner Sunday.
Sports Facilities
Facilities for skiing, ice-skat-
ing, and tobogganing are avail-
able in the resort area. Students
may take their own ski equip-
ment or rent it there.
For those staying in Ann Ar-
bor for the weekend, two special
events in addition to J-Hop have
been scheduled. A "splash party"
will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Women's Swim-
ming Pool.
From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday
at the League an informal dance
has been planned. Music for
dancing will be provided by Paul
Brodie and his orchestra.

Students who attend the J-Hop
on Friday will receive a reduced
rate for the Saturday dance upon
presentation of their ticket stubs.
Two free tickets will be awarded
at a drawing of the names of
those who have made reservations.
The drawing will be held at the
Michigan-Purdue basketball game
Monday.
"Rebelaire" as the main event
on Friday has been named will
carry out a southern plantation
theme using a color scheme of
green, white and gold. Decorations
will include flowers, fountains,
green draperies and silhouettes of
southern themes.
Late permissions of 4- a.m. on
Friday and 2:30 a.m. on Saturday
have been granted to University
coeds for the J-Hop Weekend.

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ISA TEA - The International
Students Association will hold its
weekly tea from 4 to 6:30 p.m. to-
day at the Center. Everyone is
invited to attend.
* * *
MICHIGRAS-There will be a
meeting of the parade sub-com-
mittee at 7:15 p.m. today at the
Union.
* * *
SENIOR SOCIETY - There will
be a meeting of the Senior So-
ciety at 9 p.m. Monday at the
League. Members are asked to
return the money or the station-
ery to the Alumni Office.

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