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SUNDAY, MAY 12, 195'

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, IWAY 12, 1957T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI I

Co-Chairmen Chosen
For 1958 Michigras

Coed Parade
To Highlight
Sorority Sing
Michigan Marching Band under
the direction of Prof. William D.
Revelli will lead the annual Lan-
tern Night line of march scheduled
to begin at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at
Alumni Memorial Hall and end at
Hill Auditorium.
Housing units singing in Lan-
tern Night and all other coeds who
care to join the march, will form
in five lines. Leading the five lines
will be the past presidents of the
various women's organizations..r
Heading one line will be Char-
lotte Haller, past president of
Women's Athletic Association. Sue
Arnold will represent the League.
Representing Panhellenic Associa-
tion will oe Carol DeBruin.
Campus Leaders March
Assembly Association past presi-
dent Jean Scruggs will head yet;
another line. Betty Jean Kafka,
former chairman of Women's Ju-
diciary Council, will march at the
head of the fifth line
Traditionally coeds wear ribbonsj
in their hair to designate their
class year. Freshmen wear green,'
sophomores red, junior women'
yellow and senior women blue.
Upon reaching Hill Auditorium,
the marching women form a large
block "M," and sing "The Yellow
and the Bue"
Tuo Cups Awarded
Besides the award of the silver
cup for the best singing, the pos-
ture cup, whose winner was deter-
mined by 'judges during elimina-
tions, will also be awarded.
Singing in Lantern Night in the
order of their appearance are Tyler
House, Alpha Phi, Phi Mu, Kappa
Delta, Alpha Xi Delta and Gamma
Phi Beta. Alpha Chi Omega, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Kappa,
Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi and
Alpha Gamma Delta are also sing-
ing.
There is no admissior charge
for Lantern Night.

DORA JANICE BROWN

ROSE MARY GARGONE MARY BARBARA RUE

Parents Announce Engagements

-Daily-Ed Graff
CARNIVAL TIME-Jane Abeshouse, '58A&D, and Richard H.
Levitt, '59BAd, newly chosen general co-chairmen of Michigras,
look over the program from 1956.

Union and Women's Athletic
Association officials announced
that the general co-chairmanships
for next spring's Michigras have
gone to Jane Abeshouse, '58A&D,
and Richard H. Levitt, '58BAd..
Chosen from a list of candidates
who petitioned this spring, Miss
Abeshouse and Levitt -are respon-
sible for the selection of the cen-
tral committee members n e x t
October.
Michigras,'a biennial production,
is sponsored by the Union and
WAA. The weekend is planned for
Friday and Saturday, April 25 and
26 of next year.
With participation from, more
people than any other campus
event, the weekend consists of a
A parade Friday and a carnival at!

Yost Field House Friday and
Saturday evenings. The carnival
is open to children of Ann Arbor'
Friday afternoon and to University
students Friday and Saturday eve-
nings.
Skills, refreshment and enter-
tainment are the three types of
booths at the carnival. An added
spirit to the weekend is competi-
tion between booths in each cata-)
gory.
The last Michigras depicted
"Tempos through Time." Floats
based on the theme wound through
t! e streets of Ann Arbor.
Michigras dates back to 1901,
with competition among campus
organizations for booth space. In
1952 Michigras had its 50th Anni-
versary.

Brown-Konop
The engagement of Dora Janice
Brown to Alan Konop was recently1
announced by Miss Brown's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brownt
of Grand Rapids.
Mr. Konop is the son of Mr. andI
Mrs. Bernard Konop of PortE
Huron.
Miss Brown is a sophomore in
the literary school and affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Konop is a junior in the
literary school and affiliated with
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
A June 16 wedding is planned.
Ga rgone-Mon itz
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gargone,of
Trenton announce the engagement
of their daughter, Rose Mary, to
John F. Monitz.
Mr. Monitz is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Monitz of Ecorse.
Miss Gargone is a junior in the
School of Nursing.
The couple is planning a Sep-
tember 7 wedding.
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Rue of School of Education and affiliated
Bismark, North Dakota, recently with Gamma Phi Beta sorority.
announced the engagement of Mr. Dahl is a senior in the
their daughter, Mary Barbara, to School of Business Administration
Daniel Huelster Dahl, son of Mr. and affiliated with Sigma Nu fra-
Eric W. Dahl of Chicago, Illinois, ternity.
and grandson of Mrs. W. W. Huel- An A u g u s t 24 wedding is
ster of Grand Rapids. planned.
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To ielp University students find
suitable summer employment is
the sole function of the Summer
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Sponso ed by the University
Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
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vice is the clearing station for
about 2,800 students who want
summer jobs,
There are four types of work
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From December on through the
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