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THE MUHIGA N BDAI
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-Daily-Eric Arnold
JUST HORSING AROUND-Finishing touches are being put on floats by many housing units in
preparation for Friday's parade.
Rain Hampers PrgsoFlo

By RALPH LANGER
Michigras floats were in various
stages of completion yesterday,
most of them delayed slightly be-
cause of rain.
A few were entirely stuffed with
colored paper napkins and covered
with plastic covers by thinking-
ahead construction engineers.
At one house a huge tpaper
Inaiche rat ldudisassembled, re-
sembling a monstrous dinosauer
that had just been dynamited.
Rat Disassembled
A head was at one end of the
lawn, 10 feet away, while a tre-
mendous mouth was being coin-
pleted nearby.
Predicted worker Susan Read,
'59: "We'll really be scurrying
around tomorrow. We have scads
of things to do." It was expected
that the float would be completed
on time however, since the con-.
fusion seemed to be well organized.
A few houses away a giant bull-
fight on wheels was rougled out,
and fast-working builders were
stuffing colored paper in the wire
holes. One who seemed to be in
charge, said the project would be
done tomorrow unless It rained
again.
"We will be finished in plenty
of time either way," le adds opti-
mistically.
Maize Team
All members of the Frosh Week-,
end Maize Team who want to be
in the diag skit should meet at
12:30 a.m., Thursday, at the1
League.
Trenchcoats and yellow scarves
are to be worn.1

Some houses, however, found
that their caution paid off,, for
their float parts remained in base-
ments, escaping the downpours of
the past days, and enabling them
to work around the clock disre-
garding the weather.
Caution Paid Off
"Of course we'll have to work
doubly fast on Friday assembling
tle parts on the platform, but at
least we'll have dry parts," one

forward-thinking woman re-
marked.
Several converted "kleenex-stuf-
fers" were happy to withdraw to
the grass to discuss their projects
and disengage mud from their
shoes.
One worker reminded us of the
bicycle parade at 12:45 p.m. today
on the diagonal. "Everyone's in-
vited, so be there right after
lunch," she said. k

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Women enrolled in the Univer-
sity may take advantage of the
"learns to swim" campaign being
sponsored by the physical educa-
tion department from Monday
through May 8.
The pool will be open from 5:10
to 6:10 p.m. and from 7:15 to 9:15
p.m. Monday through Thursday
during the three weeks in which
the program will be carried out.
"The purpose of the campaign
is primarily to teach all women
how to swim and also to give the
Water Safety Instructor trainees
experience in teaching," Ruth W.
Harris of the physical education
department said.
The program will not be held in
class form. Women can come
whenever and as often as they
like. Two to four WSI trainees will
be on duty during the periods to
give instruction to beginners as
well as to those who simply want
to perfect their strokes.

Students are to report to the
life guard in charge who will as-
sign them to the proper groups.
"There may be opportunities for
diving, depending on the number
of people in the pool," Miss Harris
reported.
Women wanting extra help
from regular swimming classes
will also be able to get it during
these hours..
Quadrants Tap
West Quad Quadrants, men's
residence hall honorary, tapped 13
men Tuesday night-
Richard P. Abrams, '60; Fred-
rich J. Berg, '60; William T. Fehl-
berg, 60E; Joseph T. Jensen, '60;
John H. Klose; '60E; John D. Mall,
'58E and Thomas R. McConnell,
'60, were among those tapped.
Also selected were: William M.
Perpich, '59E; Thomas Rattray,
'60E; Robert W. Reilly, Grad.; Jon
S. Squire, '59E and Charles D."
Thlomas; Grad.
Dean James H. Roberts, assist-
ant dean of the literary college,
was tapped as an honorary mem-
ber.

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