THE MICHIGAN DAILY
YELL-Maize team members join iin a pep'-rally outside
the Student Activities Building yesterday.
sh Weekend Teams
lin Festivity Plans
The -Michigras weekend will
reach a climax at 11 p.m. Satur-
day when University President
Harlan Hatcher will draw the
names of the winners of two hi-fi
One set will be awarded to a
man and one to a woman. In jad-
dition, the man and the woman
whose names are drawn second
will each receive electric shavers.
These prizes were donated by the
Ann Arbor Merchants Association.
1rizes Include Leis'
Leslie Benet, '59Ph., Prize Com-'
mittee co-chairman, reports that
committee members have pur-
chased $700 worth of small prizes.
Some of these prizes include grass
hats, ukeleles, shot glasses, canes,
leis, mechanical bears, flying
saucers, golf tees, book cases,
thermos bags, sling shots,. bal-
loons,, monkeys and other small
The M i c h i b u c k system, by
which students win these prizes
works as follows: Theoretically,
one Michibuck should equal five
tickets. That. is, -for every five
tickets taken in, one Michibuck
should be given out.}
Prizes for Mlehibucks
When a, person' .hasw on 20,
Michibucks, he mAY bring them
to the prize booth and fill out a.
card which will make him eligible'
to win one of the hi-fi sets or an,
electric shaver. In addition a prize
worth 20 Michibucks will be
awarded to him. Those who do
not win 20 Michibucks, although
not eligible for the drawing, can
win smaller prizes.
The first event of the Michigras
weekend will be the parade at 3
p.m. Friday, April 25. Thirty-three
floats, eight bands and several
special attractions will, highlight
George R. Cavender, Assistant
Director of University Bands said
all band members should report
to Harris Hall before Tuesday to
register for the Michigras parade.
When registering, they will re-
ceive information as to uniforms,
equipment and place of departure
for the parade.
Future Off icers,
Comm ittee Heads
Everything set for tonight's little par-
ty or tomorrow night's blast? Well, if
not, "you'd better stop In p.d.q. Our
shelvesarf loaded with goodies r
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Call or return to 4561 Stockwell. )A126
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Please return. S. Burneister, 8-8983.
FOUND: The answer to a woman's
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E. U. Dobbs.
Frosh Weekend Will break loose
on campus May 9; and 10.
Friday night the Maize team
will present its dance, an all-cam-
pus coed-bid affair and accom-
panying floor show. Saturday
night, Blue team will follow
through with theirs. Both will
take place in the League Ballroom
from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Winners in the Maize vs. Blue
competition, will be chosen for
best floor show, decorations and
publicity. Originality of floor
show music and skit are most im-
portant. 'Barbara Maier, '59, pres-
ident of the League, Barry Sha-
piro, '59, president of the UnionI
and, Prof. Eric W. Stockton df the
Englishdepartment will judge.
Event Originated in 1948
In its present highly competi-
tive form, Frosh Weekend origin-
ated in.1948. At that time, mem-
bers of Assembly and Panhellenic
drew up present plans with three
purposes in mind:, uniting fresh-
man women, introducing them toI
campus and League activity, and
International students who
would like to spend the weekend
of April 19 and 20 in Birmingham
may make reservations with Mrs.
Kathleen Mead in Rm. 23 of the
International Center today.
The'weekend will be spent in
the home of University alumnae.i
teaching them to work together'
The weekend grew out of a tra-
dition of freshman class projects
begun with the "f r e s h m a n
spreads" in the 1920's. Since then
the project has had many and
varied forms, including a date
night, Mardi Gras, and "Straw-
Central Committee Named
Blue team Central Committee
is: General Chairman, Mary Kay
Office; Assistant General Chair-
man, Ellen Weinberger; Patrons,
Linda Vance; Floorshow, Rosalind
Ribyat and Jean Ross; Decora-
tions, Marilyn Karpf anld Elise
Saranow; Programs, Carold Falk;
Tickets, Judith Block; Publicity,
Patricia Hawkins and Dorothy
Wilson; . Productions, Rochelle
Berger; Awards and Judges, Bar-
bara Kriser; and Finance, Miriam
Central Committee for Maize
team is: General Chairman, Su-
zanne Moag; Assistant General
Chairman, Marilyn Marsh; Pa-
trons, Polly Wietzke; Floorshow,
Margo Colby and Marilyn Stein;
Decorations, Susan- Ecker ands
Doris Joy; Programs, Miriam
Loewengart; Tickets, Lois Jenk
ins; Publicity, Maxine Apple and
Susan McMullan; Productions,
Sondra Schear; Awards and
Judges, Judith Weinberger; and
Finance, Aviva Weiss.
TYPEWRITER REPAIR and service;
Spickup and delivery. Moseley Type-
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NO 3-5888. )J30
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6' by 9' $12.95.
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205 N. Main
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TYPING-Theses, term papers, etc. Rea-
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EXPERIENCED. Typist. 20c per page.
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LAUNDRESS: Specialize in, blouses,
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RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
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Our 50th Year of MORRILL
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dhone: Business NO 8-6968
30 years In same location
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TYPING-Theses, term papers. Reason-
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WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
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The Wolverine Club and the
University , .chapter; of American
Institute of Electrical Engineers
and Institute of Radio Engineers
recently announced their- officers'
for the forthcoming year.
Wolverine Club . .
Joel Levine, '60, was elected
President of the Wolverine Club.
Committee chairmen for next
year are: Jenny Carleton, '60 and
James Shapiro, '60, Block 'M' co-
chairmen; Judith Caplan, '60,
publicity; William Warnock, '61,
Pep Rally; and Harley Kripke,
'61E, Special Events.
Student branch of American In-
stitute of Electrical Engineers and
Institute of Radio Engineers elect-
ed John Squire, '60E, chairman.
Dave Atkinson, '59E, is the new
vice-chairman. Other officers in-
clude Fred Miller, '59E, treasurer;
Harold Estry, '59E, IRE secretary;
Keith Knubbe, '61E; AIEE secre-
tary and Donald Yee, '60E, acti-
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