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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pledges Tackle Clean-Up Job

Fresh Air Camp is scheduled to
glisten under the care of the paint
scrapers and brushes of this year's
fraternity and sorority pledges.
Each day, from May 5 to 9, two.
University buses are scheduled to'
start for the camp with volunteer
workers.
This is an annual project of the
Junior Interfraternity Council and
Junior Panhellenic Association ac-
cording to Anna svenson, '61, pub-
licity committee chairman.
United Groups
The project unites the two
groups and gives them an oppor-
tunity to work on a worthwhile
project, she said.
PAC is located about 30 miles
north of 'Ann Arbor and is run
in the summer by the University
as ,ae camp for underprivileged
children.
A group of JIFC and Junior Pan-
hel officers and committee chair-
men for the project will visit the
camp this weekend to determine
what needs to be done.
Work Listed
The Camp officials, Miss Sven-
son explained, give the group a
list of what needs to be done and
they In turn decide what they
think they will be able to do.
The work includes painting_
buildings, washing windows and
painting and scraping the boats.
The work is split into daily pro-
jects and the pledges are divided
into seven groups whbn they reach
the camp. These groups then work
on what is scheduled to be done
that day. dd
Pledges .isted
Most of the pledges, she contin-C
ued, are signed up in their pledgef
meetings but those who wish tot
sign up can comet to the JIFC-a
Junior Panhel office in the Stu-t
dent Activities Bldg.
The buses leave the University1
at 1 p.m. and return at-5 p.m. Last
year 70 pledges went each day.
At the end of the day, she added, I
refreshments are served.
Mi G

Club To Hold
Sports Show
Women's physical education Ma-
fors Club is having a "College
Cavalcade of Sports," a playday
for high school girls, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday.
"We want to acquaint them with
the University and the possibilities
of physical education as a profes-
sion," Anna Mapes, '59Ed., co-
chairman of the program, said.
400 To Attend
Approximately 400 students rep-
resenting 40 Michigan schools will
attend. Weather permitting, the
program will be held outdoors,
Miss Mapes said. Three activity
periods are planned for the morn-
ing.
"We hope the girls will attend
activities which are unfamiliar to
them so that they can learn while
having fun. Club members will be
on hand to offer instruction," Miss
Mapes continued.
During the noon hour the club
will present four dance numbers
and the high school girls will have
an opportunity to ask questions.
Clinic Scheduled
Afterwards, the Michigan Divi-
sion of Girls' and Women's Sports
will hold a synchronized swimming
clinic as a service to the schools
in broadening their programs. The
playday will then. end with a
recreational swim.
The Majors Club is composed of
all women in the physical - educa-
tion department. The organization,
working with the faculty, plans
many projects for their group, the
playday being the major event.
Teas to honor the seniors and
faculty have become a tradition.
Fall picnics and class projects are
also on the agenda for the women.

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BUSINESS SERVICES
GOOD MORNING!
Our hours can't be beat for con-
venience's sake. We're open from
7:30 a.m. 'til midnight. Sundays
Included I
RALPH'S MARKET
(formerly Freeman's)
709 Packard NO 2-3175
"Just two doors from the Blue Front"
)J82
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriters repaired at a
TYPEWRITER STORE.
MORR I LLS
314 S. State NO 3-2481
Our 50th Year of MORRILL
Support to Students and
the University
)J61
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop; 224 Nickels Arcade.
)J2
WASHINGS AND IRONINGS done in
my home. Reasonable prices. Free de-
livery. Call NO 3-4850. )J100
LINOLEUM, wall tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J35
ALTERATIONS, DRESSMAKING, Suits,
coats, etc. done reasonably. 618 Pack-
ard, NO 2-8449. )J01
SMITH'S
FLOOR COVERING
EXPERTS
Now in stock, Detox reversible fiber
rugs. New patterns, 9' by 12' $19.95
6' by 9' $12.95.
CARPET STORE
207 E. Washington
LINOLEUM STORE
205 N. Main

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

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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

LOST AND FOUND

LOST: Between Oxford and State, pair
Tuxedo pants. Reward will be offered
for any information or return. )A128
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
PHILCO AM-FM RADIO
Wood Cabinet
Was $99.95
Now $49.95

-Photo Courtesy IFC
FIX-UP-Fraternity and sorority pledges will begin a week-long
cleanup project at the University's Fresh Aalr Camp Monday. The
annual project is sponsored by the Junior Interfraternity Council
and Junior Panhellenic.
Musket League, Assembly
Open Annual Petitioning
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MUSIC CENTER
300 S. Thayer NO

2-2500
)X62

Holds Musical
On Sunday afternoon, April 2',
Gamma Chapter of Mu Phi Epsi-
lon National Music Sorority in,
vited the freshman women in the
School of Music with 3.0. grade
point average or above to be their
guests at the annual Freshman
Musical, held at the home of Mrs.
Harlan Hatcher.
After the musical portion of the
program- which consisted of flut-
ist Janet Gardner, '583M, accom-
panied by Ardith Watts, '60 SM,"
soprano Suzanne Leffler, '58Sl1,
accompaniedby Caryl Miller, and
pianist- Jana Woodrum, '588M, the
thirteen girls with the highest
scholastic averages were given.
scrolls In recognition of their ex-
cellent work. Of these freshmen,
Leah Belle Gretbner had the high-,
est average.
-A tea was presented by a com-
mittee of patronesses of Mu Phi
headed by Mrs. A. E. White and
including Mrs. R. A. Stevenson,
Mrs. Philip Duey, Mrs. Robert An-
Bell and Mrs. Allen Britten. The
girls took this opportunity to get
acquainted. and to look around
the Hatcher home.
Mu. Phi's next important. fune-
tion will be a joint musicale with
Phi Mi Alpha Professional Music
Fraternity to be presented at 4:00
p.m. Sunday, May 18, in Aud. A,
Angell Hall. The musicale is spon-
sored by the School of Music and
is open to the general public.
'Congo Beat' Wins
Alpha Sigma Phi and Sigma
Kappa's "Congo Beat" night-club
won top honors for Michigras re-
freshment booths.

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Campus organizations are start-
ing the annual process of petition-
ing, by which they select the offi-
cers and chairmen of committees
for the coming year. MUSKET,
the League and Assembly have
announced the beginning of peti-
tionlng for the following positions:,
,MUSKET...
Petitions are now available for
MUSKET executive positions,
Bruce McRitchie, '59, MUSKET
General chairman announced re-
cently.
Chairmanships available are:
i"Istant general chairman, which
must be filled by a coed; produc-
tions co-chairmen;: promotions co-
chairmen;" program co-chairmen;
and music co-chairmen.
The position of student director
Is also open and may be filled
by either a male or female student.
Petitions are available at the
Union and are due May 5 with in-
terviews beginning May 7,. Mc-
Ritehie said.
Petitioning for Women's League
summer positions and Buro-Cat
chairmanships for the coming year
will continue thirough May 5, ac-
:ording to Jacqueline Efrusy, '61,
of the League's interviewing and
nominating committee.
Summer positions include presi-
[ent of the League, Judiciary
Council chairman, one member of
Judiciary Council, social chairman
and publicity chairman. These of-
'icers will run the League during.
he summer months.
Buro-cat chairmen will serve ast

advisory board to freshmen women
working as Buro-Cats . in the
League. They will head activities,
special events, art, receptionist and
secretariat committees.,
No previous experience is neces-
sary, Miss Efrusy explained. Peti-r
tioners, she said, must only show
evidence of sincere interest, lead-
ership ability, and programming
ideas.
Applicants may pick up petitions
in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice.
Assembly .
Petitioning for I-Hop and Fort-
nite positions and the Big Ten
Secretariat opened today and will
run until May 5, it was announced
at the Assembly Dormitory Coun-
cil meeting yesterday.
Positions open for I-Hop, the
first all-campus dance iri the fall,
include publicity,dtickets, program
and patrons and finance and or-
chestra.
Jill Claridge, '61, is the general
chairman.
Fortnite, which is the indepen-
dent women's skit night, is sched-
uled for November 24.
General chairman, skits, pub-
licity, program and patrons and
finance and awards chairmanships
are open.
Petitions for both may be se-
cured in the Assembly Office at
the Student Activities Bldg.
One member for the Big Ten
Secretariat will be selected from
members of Assembly Association
and Inter-House Council.
Petitions for the position are
due May 12 in the IHC office.

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Cercle Francais
"Fantasio" and "Le Commissaire
Est - Bon Enfant," two plays in
Franch, will be given by Le Cercle
Francais tomorrow at Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater.
Two performances of the plays
are ;scheduled. One will be given
at 3:15 p.m. and the other at 8
p.m.
* * *
Frosh Weekend . .
A sneak preview of the Blue
team's floor show will be given
for members of the team at 8:30
p.m. today in Rms. D and E of
the League.
* * S
Deutscher Verein .
Ole Sorensen, Grad., the ex-
change student from the 'Free
University of Berlin, will address
the Deutscher Verein at 7:30 p.m.
today in Rm. 3-G of the Union.
. Sorenson will speak about his
experiences in Germany.
The German Counsul, Dr. Fried-
ensburg, who is in Ann Arbor to-
day, will also speak to the club
about contemporary conditions in
Germany..

ANN ARBOR
EMPLOYERS PERSONNEL
504 First National Bldg.
NO 5-6107 )J103
LAUNDRESS: Specialize in blouses
28c
Free pick-up and delivery
NO 2-9020
)J139
ONE-DAY SERVICE
for shoe repairing and hat cleaning at
SAN FOR D'S
*alsofine tailoring, suits pressed and
shoe shining
119 East Ann Street.:
Phone: Business NO 8-6986
30 years in same location
(opposite court house)
)J99
TYPING-Theses, term papers. Reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
)J140
MISCELLANEOUS
PLANNED PARENTHOOD Clinic. 122
North 4th Ave. will be open 7:30 P.M.
Tues. & Thurs. during May & June,
)M23

HICKEY'S SERVICE STATION
Cor. Main and Catherine--NO 8-7717
)S20
EXPERT FOREIGN and sports car serv-
ice. Nye Motor Sales Inc., 514 E. Wash-
ington. NO 3-4858. )S5
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business. At-
las, tires, batteries and accessories.
Waranteed & guaranteed. See us
for the best price on new & used
tires. Road service -- mechanic on
duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it!"'
1220 8. University at Forest
NO 8-9168, )S3
Energize Your Car for Spring
Complete Tune-up Service Available

PIANOS (Baldwin, Ivers & Pond, Estey)
and Organs (Baldwin, Estey. Thomas).
New and Used. Terms
Rare Violins & Bows Restoration
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. William NO 3-3223
)X35
FOR SALE. RCA Hi-Fl set, 3 speakers
with provisions for stereo and addi-
tional speakers, only 6 months old.
Must sacrifice. Call Sy at NO 2-3697. .
)X63
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
ATLAS GRIP-SAFE TIRES 4-670x15,
$66.95; 4710x15, $74.95: 4-760x15.
$82.95. Plus tax and recappable tire.

)J149 IBudget terms

ROAD SERVICE

GOLDEN'S
SERVICE STATION
601 Packard NO

8-9429
)S18

WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
Bumping, and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
)S2

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ENGLISH FORD? 4-door Prefect, 2,000
miles. 30 miles per gallon, like new.
NO 2-4329. )N133
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTrO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N35.
1950 DODGE 4 door Sedan. $75. One car
owner. Call NO 2-5510 -after 4 P.M.
)N130

USED CARS

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MONTH
END

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Spring Suits and Coats
All 100%. Wool - Orig. 35.00 to 59.95
25.00 to 39.95

SUMMER FIELD STUDIES
conducted by
WHEATON
COLLEGE
a t its
BLACK HILLS
SCIENCE STATION
Slack Hills, S.D.
Sessions: JUNE 20-JULY 1t
JULY 13-AUG. 15
fully Accredited Courses ...
Subjects include biology, zoology,
botany, ornithology, forestry and
geology. Courses are taught in the
field, with emphasis on seeing and
handling material.
Curriculum features "World About
Us"- course designed for elementary
and secondary teachers.
Experlenqed Faculty...
Each instructor has spent a number
of years in the Black Hills area. Sta-

DRESSES
All kinds including day, evening,
cocktail, bridesmaids and in-
formal wedding dresses.
$25.00
Group
Spring Hats
Orig. 8.95 to 14.95
now 5.00 to 10.00
Group of Hats
Flower Headbands--
Better Bros - Blouses
Now 1.98 to 3.98

Two Groups of
DRESSES
of every kind
$10.00 to $14.98
Many were 2 to 3 times,-their
sale price. Sizes 7-15, 10-44,
121/-24/, tall 10-20.
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reg. 25.00-27.98
save now on tho

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SKIRTS
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