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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUSINESS SERVICES MICHIGAN DAILY LOST AND FOUND FOR RENT
YOUNG LADY -Unmarried, wants "FOUND: Silver pin corner E.U. and FOR RENT-Four rooms, tile
shousekeeping work, live in. NO 2- CLASSIF I E D ADVERT ISING R}AT ES.U. NO 2-1512. )A124 garage. Two blocks from campus
3025 or HU 3-3827. )J148_Vacant April18. Galt NO 2-0368.

--Daily-Robert Kanner
A BIG EVENT-Outgoing League President Marylen Segal will hand over her gavel to the new^
president-elect, Barbara Maler at Installation Night. Shown at the right are two coeds who were
overwhelmed at the announcement of the appointments.
INSTALLATION NIGHT:
New Leaders To T ake Office

By JANE McCARTHY
Installation Night, a 35-year-
old tradition, will be held at '
p.m., April 14 in Rackham Audi-
torium.
The outgoing officers of the
League will announce the new
first vice-president, second vice-
president, secretary and treasur-
er. Also named will be the chair-
men and committee members of
the interviewing and nominating
committee.
Oficers will be announced for
the community service, house, in-
ternational, University services,
public relations, social, special
projects and tutorial committees.
The new president, Barbara Maier,
'59, was announced earlier this
week.
Council Named
Alice Louie, 58Ed., chairman of.
,tle Women's Judiciary Council,
will announce the new council
members.
The central committees for

Frosh Weekend, Soph Show and
Junior Girls' Play will be an-
nounced by the outgoing chair-
men.
Margaret Brake, '58, Assembly
Dormitory Council president, will
announce Assembly's second vice-
president, secretary, and treasurer.
The chairmen of the projects, ori-
entation, Big Sister, public rela-
tions and activities and scholar-
ship committees will also be
named.
Officers Announced
Patricia Marthenke, '59, and
Christine Wells, '59Ed., the newly
elected president and first vice-
president of Assembly will be in-
troduced.
Panhellenic Association Presi-
dent Marilyn Houck, '58Ph., will
announce Panhel's new first and
second vice-presidents, secretary
and treasurer. Manager of the sec-
retariat and the chairmen of rush-
ing counselors, public relations

International Center Plans

Trip; Glee Club Will Tour

Pi

and rushing are to be named.
Panhel's new president, Mary
Tower, '59, was announced earli-
er this week.
The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion Board will be named by Lu-
Anne Austin, '58Ed., president of
the WAA.
Coeds Introduced
Newly tapped members of Mor-
tarboard, Scroll, Senior Society,
Wyvern, Alpha Lambda Delta and
Circle will be announced. The
president of Alpha Lambda Delta
will announce the senior coed
who has kept the highest overall
average during her four years at
the University.
Recipients of the scholarships
given by Mortarboard, Scroll, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Delta Delta Delta
and Kappa Delta will. be named.
Panhellenic Association will
honor the sorority with the high-
est average with scholarship cup.
The sorority which has made the
greatest improvement and the
sorority whose pledge class has the
highest average will also receive
'cups.
After the program new and old
officers and the scholarship win-
ners will relax at a reception.
League Plans
Bridal Show
The League will present 'Wed-.
diquette". from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
on April 17.
"Weddiquette" is a bridal clin-
ic at which special attention will
be paid to the guests' viewpoint.
The clinic will be highlighted by
a style show at 8:30 p.m. At this
time bridal gowns, casuals, guest
apparel and "going away dresses"
will be shown. The models for the
style show will be members of the
various women's organizations,
such as the League, Mortarboard
and Scroll.
A main feature of "Weddi-
quette" will be displays -by Ann
Arbor jewelers, gift shops, book
stores and clothing stores. These
displays should help give ideas for
the wedding itself, gifts, house-
hold needs and clothing..
'U'Army ROTC
Holds Reception
Officers of the University's Ar-
my ROTC detachment and their
wives were hosts at a coffee hour
at the Union recently.
The reception was held for ca-
dets who are planning to take
their wives with them when re-
porting for active duty.
Hosts were: Colonel and Mrs.
E. A. H. Woodmen; Major and
Mrs. Kenneth B. Boswell; Captain
and Mrs. Dwight Henderson and
Captain and Mrs. Peter Farrell.

DAY CARE,
In Licensed home. Pittsfield area.
Phone NO 5-2912
)J147
Shop for;
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES
AND
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS
Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J81
IMPORTED CANDY
- AND GROCERIES
CLEAN COOKED AND DE-VEINED
SHRIMP FOR COCKTAILS
LOBSTER TAILS - ALL SIZES
WASHINGTON FISH MARKET
208 E. WASHINGTON NO 2-2589
)J28
ONE-DAY SERVICE
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning at
SANFORD'S -
also fine tailoring, suits pressed and
shoe shining
119 East Ann Street.
Phone:, Business NO 8-6968
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J99
ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-8107 )J103
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J35
TYPING-Theses, term papers. Reason-
able rates. Prompt delivery. No 8-7590.
)J140
LAUNDRESS: Specialize in blouses
28c
Free pick-up and delivery
NO 2-9020
)J139
WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
my home. Reasonable prices. Free de-
livery. Call NO 3-4850. )J100
ALTERATIONS, DRESSMAKING, Suits,
coats, etc. done reasonably. 818 Pack-
ard, NO 2-8449. )J101
TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
sonable rates. 830 S. Main. NO 8-7590.
)J95
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service;:t
pick up and delivery. Moseley Type-
writer Service. 204 N. 4th Avenue.
NO 3-5888. )J30
Physicians' Glasses
Prescriptions Filled
Frames Repaired and Replaced
FOR EXPERT SERVICE
PHONE NO 3-9721
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5, SATURDAY 9-1
Washtenaw
Optical Lab
211 East Liberty

NOW IS THE TIME!
Bring that radio or phono in for
repair now and pick it up after
Spring Vacation when you will want
it.
CAMPUS RADIO & TV
1111% South University
(second floor
NO 5-6644
"Owned and operated by
University Students"
)X55
PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey, Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration

MADDY
508 R. William

MUSIC
NO 3-3223
)X35
V SETS

A large selection 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
)X50
SAVE $$$
Spring Clean-up Sale on
record players and
Hi-Fi components.
MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO 2-2500
)X54
FOR SALE
SCHICK ELECTRIC Razor-almost new,
perfect condition. $7.00. Phone NO
2-6736. )B144
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords - $7.25;
socks 39c; shorts, 69c; military sup-
plies. Sam's Store..122 E. Washington.
)Bl
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

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1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
deadline, 3 P.M. daily. 11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241

BUSINESS SERVICES

EXPERIENCED Typist. 20c per
25c carbons. NO 3-9104.
SMITHS
FLOOR COVERING
EXPERTS

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Fred A. Waara

E. U. Dobbs

SING, BOYS-Glee Club members will present concerts in cities
across the midwest in their spring tour.

Final preparations and prac-
tices are keeping international
students and Glee Club members
busy, as spring vacation ap-
proaches.
International .
"Every student who has parti-
cipated In tours to Birmingham
has been invited back, said Kath-
leen Mead, of the International
Center, talking about the oppor-
tunity now offered for 30 inter-
national students to visit in the
homes of Birmingham alumnae
the weekend of April 19 and 20.
"It is almost like an American
home for the students," Mrs.
Mead said.
The Birmingham A lumna e
group, are very interested in such
projects, Mrs. Mead said, and
would like to provide an example
for other alumnae associations.
Students interested in taking
the trip should contact Mrs. Mead
in Rm. 23 of the International
Center.
Glee Club : , .
The University Men's Glee Club
will begin its annual spring tour
Monday.
This year's tour, lasting six
days, will take the singers to Mid-
land, Marquette, Calumet, Iron-
wood, Milwaukee, Wis., Ottawa,
Ill. and Niles.
Club Formed in 1859
The Glee Club, which was or-
ganized in 1859, is the oldest tra-
ditional 'organization on campus

)J126
EASTER GREETINGS
See you after vacation.
RALPH'S FOOD MARKET
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J146

and among the oldest college glee
clubs in the country.
During the years since its or-
ganization, the Glee Club's many
concert tours have taken it to
practically every state in the
Union. The Glee Club has traveled
as far west as the Pacific coast,
as far east as the Atlantic coast
and Europe.
This year's concert season has
been a highly successful one. The
mid-semester tour took the Glee
Club singers to Ci n c l n n a t i;
Rochester, Ind.; St. Louis, Mo.;
and Kansas City, Kansas.
Many Apply for Tours
From some 200 applicants, 45
men are finally chosen to com-
prise the traveling club. These
men are chosen for the quality of
their voices, musicianship and
stage personality.
Officers of the club this -year
include Marshall Franke, '59,
president; Richard Bowman, '59,
business manager; Dwight Davis,
'59E, vice-president and Peter
Patterson, '59E, publicity man-
ager.
WAA Bowling
Kappa Alpha Theta scored a
double victory in the Women's
Athletic Association's bowling
tournament, which ended recent-
ly.
The Theta team bowled the
highest average, 524 and scored
the highest individual game, 595.

Annual pre-Easter carpet sale.
Drastic reductions from $2.95 a
sq. yd. and up.
CARPET STORE
207 E. Washington
LINOLEUM STORE
205 N. Main
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