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THURSDAY, APRIL 25,1957

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Maize, Blue Teams Ready Shows
For Frosh Weekend Presentation

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-Daily-David Arnold -Daily-Leonard Cyr
MAIZE AND BLUE TEAMS COMPETE-After weeks of preparation freshmen women will present the
all-campus Frosh Weekend dances and floorshows this weekend. The little man in black who has been
seen on campus this week, points with pride to the gold hand and shouts, "It's A-Maize-ing!" Blue
team members, gathered around their staunch grey robot, cheer "Travel with Blue."

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Competition between the Maize
and Blue teams of Frosh Weekend
will reach its climax tomorrow and
Saturday nights when the annual
dances and floorshows are pre-
sented from 9 to 12 p.m. in the
League.
Since the judging for the win-
ning team is based on doing the
best job with the least amount of
money, both teams have tried to
keep expenses at a minimum.

As an example of the way in
which the ideas are built around
available materials, the ten Blue
team robots which are to be found
in each dorm were built, as Henri-
etta Lepsky, publicity chairman,
put it "because we got five gallons
of grey paint free and the robots
happened to fit into the theme."
Used light bulbs donated by the
University for eyes and boxes for

Circle To Tap Independents

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Circle, the newly formed inde-

pendent honorary sponsored by
Assembly Association, will soon tap
in the residence halls.
To recognize women who have
excelled in leadership, citizenship
and service within the residence
halls and to stimulate and pro-
mote interest within these areas is
the two-fold purpose of Circle.
Selection of the first initiates
has been made through recom-
mendations by house directors and
house councils. Tapping is all that
remains.
White Collar Worn
On the day of tapping, new ini-
tiates will be recognized by the
white sailor collar with a blue
circle which they will wear. After
initiation, members will wear a
plain gold pin in the shape of a
circle.
Membership will be limited to
those who are academically elig-
ible and shall not exclude any
A members from eligibility in other
campus honoraries.
Active membership will never
exceed twoand one half per cent
Women's Senate
Women's Senate met yesterday
to issue a policy statement, elect
two Senators at Large and approve
the League Constitution.
The policy statement empha-
sized the use of Senate as a dis-
cussion group with the accent
placed on working r t differences
and compromises. The function,
membership, voting and meetings
of the Senate and Senate mem-
bers were clarified.
Two Senators at Large, Mary
Klauer and Barbara Rosbe, were
elected by the Senate.
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of the undergraduate women liv-
ing in the residence halls.
Final selection of the first
members of the honorary has been
made by a committee of repre-
sentatives from every residence
hall. The committee was establish-
ed by Assembly.
Dorm Leadership
The idea of an independent
honorary for coeds who have pro-
vided leadership in the dorms was
conceived by the Assembly Board
last fall, and was a project of
Assembly Dormitory Association.
A group of ADC members work-
ed out a constitution and formu-
lated the structure of Circle. Con-
nie Butler, '57, and Marion Wright,
'57, co-chaired tU planning com-
mittee.

the bodies were gathered from
alleys and stores.
The Maize team also found the
Ann Arbor merchants and the
University and campus organiza-
tions more than willing to help.
All the posters were made on the
back of SGC and Gulantics post-
ers. In the publicity rooms given
to each team in which to work,
bolt remnants from Soph Show
and JGP productions added to
the material available to the
women.
Tiny men made of smallbottles
with cork heads, dressed entirely
in black except for a golden yellow
fist, were sent to each of the
patrons. This golden fist is found
on campus on Maize team signs.
An equally small place card int
each man's chest bore the message
inviting the patrons. These invita-
tions were sent, free of course, via
campus mail at the rate of fourz
each day. This is the most mail-
whichdcan be delivered free for
each team daily.j
The floor show committee was
about the least expensive because
all costumes were either made or
borrowed. The Maize team re-
ceived football uniforms from the
varsity players and robes from the
lawyer's quad.
Tickets for this all campus
dance are on sale on the Diag and
in the League.j

Visitors Tour
U' Facilities
Open Houses, Mixer,
Mock Lectures Given
Over 1,700 prospective freshmen
will view the campus on University
Day, Saturday.
University Day is sponsored by
the Admissions Office with the
assistance of the Union's Univer-
sity Affairs Committee. All schools
within traveling distance are in-
vited.
James A. Lewis, vice-president
of Student Affairs. will welcome
the students at Hill Auditorium.
Following his address, Sidney F.
Straight, assistant director of Ad-
missions, will speak on "Your
Freshman Year".
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After this program a tour of the
main buildings on campus and a
mock lecture are planned. Lec-
turers are: Profs. Frank O. Cop-
ley; W. Wallace McCormick; Pres-
ton W. Slosson and Charles C.
Stevenson.
Before lunch at the residence
halls the girls will visit a sorority
house and the boys a fraternity
house.
Grouped according to interests
3 the students will visit an open
house during the afternoon. The
13 colleges will show the visitors
their facilities. An academic coun-
selor will be present to answer
questions and to talk to students.
Hold Mixer
Later in the afternoon a mixer
will be held in the Union Ballroom.
Parents who accompanied their
children will have a coffee hour
in the Union Terrace room where
they will have the opportunity to
talk to faculty members.
The purpose of University Day
is to "give prospective students an
idea of the facilities available to
them and to answer their ques-
tions concerning social and aca-
demic matters," according to
Barry Shapiro, chairman of the
Union'sUniversity Affairs Com-
mittee.
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Deadline for the Spring Week-
end poster contest has been ex-
tended until noon tomorrow.
Each housing unit entering a
poster will receive five points to-
ward their Spring Weekend total.
A maximum of 20 points may be
earned by the housing unit win-
ning the contest.
Regulation size for posters is
22 by 28 inches. Posters should
use the "Cartoonival" theme and
Spring Weekend main colors,
green and yellow. Entries must be
taken to the Spring Weekend of-
fice in the Union where they will
be judged immediately.
Providing music for the Spring
Weekend dance, "Comic Cotil-
lion," is the Bob Alexander Band.

The band is an aggregation of
former name band music makers.
The lead trumpet player, Charley
Speights, has played with the
Claude Thornhill orchestra. Bob
Swift, former Woody Herman,
Artie Shaw and Charlie Barnett
alumnus, plays the trombone.
Former Bob Crosby bass player,
Jim Roberts, lends his talent to
the band. Bob Johnson who has
played with the Ray Anthony
band will supply the beat on the
drums.
The vocal work is handled by
Sammy Williams and Bill Man-
grum. Williams has had much ex-
perience with various bands while
Mangrum is a newcomer to the
vocal department.

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your business career.
For a personal appraisal of your future
prospects in this vital industry, call or
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and arrange an interview with our repre-
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'Whale of a Tale'

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MICHIFISH PERFORMERS-Swimming in one of the acts from
"A Whale of a Tale" are Sherril Smith, Leah Steel and Judy Lahde.
The watershow will be presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday
and at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Women's Pool.

Spring Weekend Plans
Poster Contest, Dance

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