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MAKE A WIS:1--Coeds at Senior Night drop the traitional
penny in a wishing well, hoping that they have good luck in
making their desires come true.
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One of the oldest women's tradi-V
tion on campus, Senior Night, will
bring coeds together Wednesday
evening for dinner, entertainment
and pranks.
Tickets for the dinner and en-
tertainment may be purchased
from 9 aim. to 5 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday at the League Under-
graduate Office or in coed resi-

By SUSAN WINTER
Plays, movies and speeches are
being planned by the 'language
clubs for this semester.
German *.
Deutscher Verein, the German
Club, expects' to have Dr. Ferdi-
nand Friedensburg, Consul from
Detroit, speak at one of its meet-
ings. In his talk, likely to be spoken'
In German, he will discuss the
German system of education, es-
pecially at the secondary and uni-
versity levels.
Other meetings will feature talks
by exchange students who spent
last summer in Germany and the
reading of some of the works of
two contemporary German poets,
Brecht and Benn.
French . .
French Club's major activity
will be the presentation of. the
play "Fantasio." The members of
the Cercle Francais are in charge
of the organization of the show.
However, the cast, not restricted to
club members, needs more tryouts.
The play will be presented Wed-
nesday, April 30.
So that 'students can have the
opportunity to hear well-spoken
French, there will be movies, lec-
tures and poetry recitals through-.
out the semester.J
Spanish . .
In order to raise funds to send
three students to the University
of Mexico's summer school, Span-
ish Club is giving the play "El
Color De Nuestra Piel." This show
is in connection with the Univer-
sity-sponsored Mexican Month, be-
ing held in April. There will also
be an art exhibit of 'Mexican
works, a dance program, symphony
and lectures and symposiums con-
cerning various aspects of Mexican
life and culture.
The club holds a coffee hour
every Thursday afternoon at which
students can pr "-e Spanish.
Plans are being ma.F Q ypicnic
at the Fresh Air Camp oi, May 4.

dences.
When all the senior women have
gathered on the steps of the gen-
eral library, they will March to
the League where dinner and 'a
series of traditional pranks await
them.
Coeds Indicate Status;
Indication of their romantic
status is one traditional prank.
Each married coed carries a
candle, while engaged coeds suck.
a lemon and pinned coed replaces
her pin with a safety pin. Unat-
tached coeds carry pennies, one for
eAch year of their age, to toss in
a wishing well.
A "first night" performance of
the 53rd Junior Girls' Play in
honor of the seniors follows. Suc-
ceeding performances are open to
the entire campus.
Last year, coeds were also enter-
tained during dinner by skits from
the 1954 Frosh Weekend, 1955
Soph Scandals anld the 1956 JGP
in which many of the seniors had
participated.

Senior coeds who, had partici-
pated in the original performance
re-enacted them for the audience.
Deborah Bacon, Dean of Women,
imitated Elvis Presley by present-
ing her rendition 'of "Hound Dog."
She also did a "take off" on
Harry Belafonte's "Jamacian
Farewell" when she sang that she
was sorry "to leave my little girls.
from Ann Arbor town."
Rename Tradition
Before 1936, Senior women met
at Betsy Barbour for a Senior
Night Supper. Senior Night -re-
placed Senior Supper if 1949.
Senior Night is much less for-
mal today than in 'the past when
coeds marched solemnly from Bar-
bour to Waterman Gym wearing
caps and gowns. The custom of
caps and gowns was dropped,- in
1952 when prices became too high.

TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: Round trip ride to N.Y.C.
area Spring Vacation. Marcy-496,
Jordan Hall. )G37

CARS RENTED by hour,
day, or week
WEEKEND SPECIAL RATE
from Friday 5 P.M. till
Monday 9 A.M.
$10.00 plus $.08 per mile
Gas, oil and insurance furnished.
)G35
ALTERATIONS
LET US convert your double breasted
suit or tuxedo toa single breasted
model for only $15.00. Double breasted,
tuxedo to shawl collar with new silk
facing for only $22.00. Wide lapel
single breasted to new style narriow
lapel for only $11.00. Expert work-
manship. Mail to Michaels Tailoring
Co., or write for free details. 1425
Broadway, Detroit 26, or phone WOod-
ward 3-5776, )P4
NEW CARS
1958 4CV RENAULT $1595
Micsn European Car Corporation
303 S. Ashley NO 5-5800
)V17
- FOR RENT,
HOUSE OR APARTMENT wanted for
an eight-week summer session for
Professor's family with one child.
Contact: Frank G. Carrino, Box 305,
Loundonville, New York. )C211
5 ROOM APT. unfurnished. $65.00
month, including heat. Adults only.
Phone GE 7-5131. )C210
DOUBLE ROOM
For business or student women.
Cooking privileges if desired.
412 Hamilton. Call NO 2-8914
)C206
NEAR LAW CLUB, three rooms and
bath, unfurnished. First floor. Mar-
ried couple or single person. No pets.
NO 2-8569. ^ )C192
ROOMS for rent,rboard included. Med-
ical fraternity, reasonable rates. Wash-"
tenaw Ave. Call NO 2-3215. )C135
FOR RENT: large double, pleasantly
furnished. 2 graduate men. Good lo-
cation. Close to campus. Call 2-3093.
)C124
COMPLETELY furnished 4 room apt.,
$125 month; includes heat, light,
water. Main floor, has private back
& front entrance. Located at 7881
Whitmore Lake Rd. HI 9-4964. )C182
LARGE apartment for 4 adults, campus
area, nicely furnished. Three bed-
rooms. Laundry facilities. Ready for
immediate occupancy. Call NO 8-6583.
)C202
SINGLE ROOM for male, near campus
and hospitals, includes kitchen priv-
liege, linen and cleaning. Call NO
3-2109. )C204

Classified

Figure 5 average words to a tine.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M.
Phone NO 2-3241

Saturday

2
3
4

.80
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1.12

BUSINESS SERVICES I PERSONAL

WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
,my home. Reasonable prices. Free de-
livery. Call NO 3-4850. )J100
ALTERATIONS, DRESSMAKING, ,Suits,
coats, etc. done reasonably. 618 Pack-
' , ard, NO 2-8449. )J101
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J35'
5-4--3-2-1r!
BLAST OFF THIS WEEK-ENDS
by purchasing your "fuel" at
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175

IF YOU .can stomach warm
beer then vote on Tuesday

and Wednesday.

If

3 DAYS
2.00
2.40
2.4

YOU

can't stand the stuff, VOTE
anyway, March 25 and 26.

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6 DAYS?
2.96
3.55

PETS AND SUPPLIES
BLACK LACE ANGEL FISH
Weatherfish, Glowlights, Scats, Monos,
Red Minors, and Dwarf Gouramies. We
have a few used aquarium supplies. Also
complete selection of new ones. Also
some nice plants. Hamsters, Guinea
pigs, Parakeets, Canaries, etc. Stop in
and browse around.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 B. Liberty. NO 3-0224
(Open. daily & Sunday afternoons)
Closed Thursdays )T18
USED CARS
FOR SALE
We specialize in good used cars
from $100 up. GENE'S AUTO SALES
at 544 etroit Street. NO 3-8141«
)N36
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
WHITE ELIEPHANT -- Easter novelties
at book sale. Saturday 10-5:30 p.m.,
Gabriel Richard Center, 331 Thomp-
son. )W21

)F270

"Just two doors from the Blue

Front"
)J235

Physicians' Glasses
Prescriptions Filled

Frames Repaired and Replaced
FOR EXPERT SERVICE
PHONE NO 3.9721
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5, SATURDAY 9-1

MOSHER: Prepare for defeat. JORAN
will meet; you .at the Huron River.
)F279
Hasn't anyone seen' the Phi Tau tro-
phies? PLEDGES. )1'280
To whom it may concerh-Phyllis Katz
is not transfering. )F285
Please don't pilfer,
on't have malice.
Come on Boys, we ,want
Our Alice. )F282
WILL STUDENTS who photographed
the March 20 distribution of the
Young Socialist send copies to Bob
Himmel, Chairman Wayne Socialist
'Club, 692 W. Forest, Detroit 1, Michi-
gan. I would like pictures in connec-
tion with story in next issue of the
Young Socialist. )F286
JUDY: Did you have to run off with
other- people's property? )F288
CLOSEUP
Il&owy nod-oQ
Rachel Harris*.......NO 3-1561
David Weine ............NO 3-0676
)F289
THE WOMEN of Kleinstueck,
Alice Lloyd regret that there
will not be'a Swim.Meet on
Saturday due to the TAY-
LOR TOTS withdrawal.
Kleinstueck accepts the win
by forfeit.
)F281

3040 WASHTENAW - NO8-7200
THURS. and FRI. TILL -9 P.M.
SATURAY TILL 6 P.M.

CAR SERVICE, AC
WHITE'S AUTO PAZ
Bumping and Pa
2007 South State
C-TED STANDARD
Friendly service is our
las tires, batteries and
Waranteed & guaran
for the best price on
Mtires. Road service -
duty.
"You expect more fr
and you get i
1220 S. Universitys
NO 8-9168
COMPLETE WINTER
FOR FAST WINTER E
ROAD SER\
GOLDEN'
SERVICE STA
601 Packard
PHOTO SUPI

With Cas

Argus Ci
Camne r

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211 East Liberty

Just submit; a slogan
for our new store;
the blanks we pass out
at the front door.
,}X51
PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey. Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC'
$08 E. William NO 3-3223
USED TVs AND PHONOS
CAMPUS RADIO & T.V.
1111 1 South Univ.
(second floor)
- NO 5-6644
"Owned & Operated
by University Students"
)X4,

Regular $109,
"Purchase" P
onIly $74

Quantity L

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Fred A. Waara

E. U.$*Dobbs
)J126,

In an effort to present r ,cepts
and concepts of the Baha-x faith,
the Baha'i Student Group:will
sponsor a discussion, at 4 p.m.
Sunday in Lane Hall basement.
This discussion, part of the
group's series of talks on "World
Religions," will be led by Harry
D. Mills, Ann Arbor contractor.
Mills will also show slides which
depict historical and contemporary
aspects of the faith.
"The Baha'i faith," Helen Mc-
Clusky, religious sponsor for 'the
student group says, "is a revealed
religion containing over 114 books
written by Baha'u'llah during the
last half of the nineteenth cen-
tury." .
Detailed discussions of this reve-
lation may be found in encyclo-
pedias and. books on the- Baha'i
Faith. Since this is such a new
revelation, Mrs. McClusky said,
the Baha'i Student Group invites
all students to take part in the
discussion of the faith.'

Russian-. .
A dinner is being planned by
the members of the Russian Circle.
Some Russian ladies in Ann Arbor
have volunteered to prepare some
traditional dishes.
A Russian film is expected and
should arrive soon. At regular
meetings, the club has planned"
singe, presented dialogues and
read poetry.
Italian . .
At this point the plans of the
Italiano Circolo, Italian Club, are
rather indefinite. It is expected
that there will be an Italian movie.
There will also be some informal
talks on the literature, culture,
economy and architecture of Italy.;
These will be presented by faculty
members from various depart-
ments.
Membership is still open in all
the clubs. All special activities and
presentations are open to the pub-
lic.

TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service:
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888. )J30
TYPING-Theses, term Opapers.'Reason-
able rates. Prompt delivery. No 8-7590,
)J140
LAUNDRESS: Specialize in blouses
28c
Free pick-up and delivery
' NO 2-9020
)J139
DRY FIREPLACE WOOD. Also white
birch for summer display. Free delivery.
GArden 8-2142. )J138
TYPING-Theses, Briefs, Term Papers.
Prompt Service., Reasonable, Rates.,
Experienced. NO-2-5443 Evenings.
)J131
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107 )J103

CAMERA S
116 S. Univ
NO 8-69

International Center ik \lanning
a student tour of Michigan during
the first week of April. Homes in
Grand Rapids will be open to those
international students interested
in spending spring vacation there.
Michigan Tour...
"To acquaint international stu-
dents with some of the less publi-
cized but most interesting facets
of American life" is the purpose
of the International Center friend-
ship tour, April 7 through 12, said
Pat Ray, of the Center.
International students interest-
ed in taking part in the tourf
should contact Miss Ray at the
International Center receptionist's
desk before Tuesday.
Twenty-four students and Miss
Ray, tour leader, will visit indus-
tries, farms, food processing plants,
public buildings and historical
sites in Kalamazoo, Plainwell, Ben-
ton Harbor, Coopersville and
Dowagiac.
The group will stay in homes in
each community.

WANTED-Girl to share house with
three others, reasonable rent, calf -K
3-9147, after 5. )C203
FOR RENT-'Furnished living room-
bed room, kitchen and bath. 217 S.
Fifth Ave. $75. Call NO 8-6749. )C208
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Important typed manuscript in
large hard-backed light green binder.
Mislaid perhaps as much as two
months ago. Steven Vandenberg,
HUnter 2-6404. )A114
LOST: Small bl\e leather case contain-
ing two Rosaries-sentimental value.
Reward. Call 6504 East Couzens Hall.
)A113,

ONE-DAY SERVICE
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning
SANFORD'S
also fine tailoring, suits pressed and
shoe s in'ing
119 East Ann Street.
Phone: Business NO 8-6966
30 years in same location
(opp6site court house)

At

SPANISH WINESKINS: Whether North-
ward to sun and snow or "south to
sun and sand, make the juice of the
grape your constant companion. Goat-
skin winebags from the Pyrenees. Call
John Dinah at 3-9227, at 530 Hill.
)F275
INVITED to a wedding? For the perfect
gift give "CUTCO CUTLERY". Au-
thorized Ann, Arbor distributor. Call
NO 3-8056 -)F AM
SEWING AND ALTERATIONS. General
remodeling and tailoring. Phone NO
5-5691. )F261
FOR SALE
35 FOOT 1952 two bedroom trailer with
8x addition. Ten minutes from cam'-
pus. Call NO 5-6284 after 5 p.m. )B139
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 690; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store. 122 E. Washington.
)B1I
PURE SILK dressy sheath. Size 12. De-
signer original. Perfect for girl with
dark hair. 900 Woodlawn or call NO.
3-9049 after 12 noon, Sat. & Sun.
W17

A large selectiqn of completely
reconditioned used TV sets now
available at reasonable prices.
ANN ARBOR
RADIO-TV SERVICE
1217 South University
Across from the Campus Theater
NO 8-7942
')X54

DID
YOU
/ KNO'
It only takes 72 h
to process and p
KODACOLOR FP
24-hour service
EKTACHROME PROC
24-hour service
BLACK & WHI
Fastest & Most Do;
Service Availab
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320 South State

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SMITHS
FLOOR COVERING
EXPERTS

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Minister Emeritus, First Presbyterian Church

"My co-chairman and I were
very pleased at the originality and
qualities of the ideas turned in
for the floats for the Michigras
parade," Paul Aziz, '60, co-chair-
man of Michigras float committee
said yesterday.
The committee announced that
the following houses have been
chosen to enter floats in the
parade: Alpha Chi Omega and
Delta Chi; Sigma Alpha Mu and
Victor Vaughn; Collegiate Sorosis
and Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Kappa
Sigma; Pi Kappa Tau and Angell
House, Alice Lloyd; Zeta Tau
Alpha and Delta Sigma Phi; Wil-
liams House, W.Q.; and Martha
Cook; Alpha Sigma Phi and Sigma
Kappa; Delta Delta Delta and
Lambda Chi.Alpha; Chi Psi and
Gamma Phi .Beta.
Van Tyne Works Alone
Van Tyne; S.Q.; Beta Theta Pi
and Kappa Delta; Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Sigma Nu; Alpha Ep-
silon Pi and Geddes House; Delta

Gamma and Phi Kappa Psi; Phi
Delta Theta and Betsy Barbour.
Lambda Kappa Sigma and Phi
Sigma Kappa; Triangle and Pal-
mer House, Alice Lloyd; Acacia
and Henderson House; Alpha
Delta Phi and West Couzens; 'Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon and East Couzens;
Phi Sigma Delta and Delta Phi
Epsilon.
Delta Upsilon and Alpha Delta
Pi; Alpha Gamma Delta and
Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon
Phi and Zeta Beta Tau; Sigma
Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Alpha
Theta.

Tonight-7:30
B'nai B'rith^HilleI

Zwerdling-Cohn Char
Foundation-1429 H ill

Karastan Armstrong
Mohawk Kentile,
Needletuft Sandran
Serving MICHIGAN People
15 Years
CARPET STORE
207 B. Washington
Linoleum Store 205 N. Main
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