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November 07, 1957 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1957-11-07

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MICHIGRAS:
Mass Meeting
The spirit of Michigras beckons
-come one, come all.carnival Y
A mass meeting for all students The carn
interested in serving on a Michi- Arbor's cf
gras committee is being held at ernoon.
7:15 p.m. today in the Union Ball- To add
room. weekend,
Students may choose to work on to the :
any of ten committees including and ente:
booths, tickets, boncessions, dec-
orations, parade, prizes, programs,
publicity, refreshments and post-
ers.
Chairmen to Explain
A chairman from each commit-
tee will briefly explain its work,
after which students may ask
questions. A movie of the last
Michigras will be shown.
The 1958 Michigras weekend,
alternating yearly with Skit
Night, will be presented April 25
and 26 in Yost Field House.
Fun and entertainment will be
available for everyone during the
weekend with all proceeds going
to charity. On Friday there will
be a colorful parade of floats rep-
resenting the various housing
units on campus.
Lumber, Napkins Used
It has been estimated that more
than three miles of lumber and
250,000 paper napkins are pro-
vided for the framework of these
"masterpieces."
In past years the parade has
also included high school bands,
foreign sports cars, he Plymouth
Kilties Band with ;their dancing
lassies and old fire engines.
Friday evening and Saturday,
students have the opportunity to
relax and enjoy themselves at the
ANDING:
er Comments
rational Week
students here will someday have
a part in the government of their
respective countries and knowl-
edge of the nature of other
peoples might help them to re-
lieve whatever tension there might
be.
Rosalinda Arre, graduate stu-
dent, who is secretary of the Phil-
ippine-Michigan Club, thinks that
the Worlds Fair is "one of the
best ideas for the week because it
enables people to see the products
o0f other countries and the ad-
5ancement of the so-called under-
developed countries."
BOOK SALE
At the League
Thursday, Nov. 7, 6-9 P.M.
Friday, Nov. 8, All day
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN
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