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Second Round of Parties Ends

Spring Weekend Theme To Star
Four-Stop Tour of United States


-Daily--Gary Mcnvain
AND WHERE ARE -YOU FROM?-The second round of parties for formal women's rush ended
yesterday. In the Kappa Kappa Gamma house, rushees and affiliates go on with bright smiles,
asking the eternal questions "Where are you from?" and "What are you studying?" 'For the next
round of parties girls will wear wool dresses, but the fourth will again be informal before the very
final desserts.

The theme for this year's
Spring Weekend will be NEWS,
Penny Palmer, '6OEd., chairman
of the weekend, said yesterday.
The four letters, she explained,
stand for the four points of the
compass, and the weekend will be
conducted as a tour of the United
The tour will begin Friday aft-
Lea gue Sets
For Offices
Petitioning dates for all Wo-
men's League offices have been
set for March 3 to March 10, ac-
cording to Jacqueline Efrusy, '61,
of the League Interviewing and
Nominating Committee.E
Interviews will be held between
March 10 and March 24. Petitions
are available in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League.
League positions include mem-
bers and chairmen of 4he League
committees: Women's Judiciary
Council, Community Service
committee, House committee, In-
ternational committee, Public
Relations coimittee, Social com-
mittee, Special Projects commit-
tee, University Services, Tutorial
committee and Interviewing and
Nominating committee.
More information about the
League positions may be obtained
in the League Undergrad Office or
from Lynn Malone, '59, or from
Miss Efrusy.
Experience is not necessary' for
many of the League positions and
women fi'om all classes are eli-
gible. Interest, enthusiasm and
ability are the standards used in
filling League offices, Miss Efrusy
She added that length of the
petitions is unimportant and that
the criteria are content and or-j
ganization. Interviews are infor-
mal discussions with members of
the interviewing and nominating
committee that last about ten
During the discussion the peti-,
tioner is expected to give a sum-
mary of her petition and add any
new ideas she may have, Miss
Efrusy said.
Reader's Theatre
To Be Sponsored
By Zeta Phi Eta

ernoon of the weekend in Ann
Arbor with bicycle races on bi-
cycles built for two, constructed
by the entering housing units.
There will be four races in all, she
explained, and the entries will be
judged on the originality of their
Arrive at Broadway
Friday night the tour will reach
the East and Broadway with the
traditional Skit Night in Hill
Auditorium. Five skits will be pre-
sented for the final judging. The
scenarios are due today, and must
include detailed descriptions of
all props and scenery needed.
The tour will reach the West on
Saturday afternoon. The Island
park in the Huron River will be
the location of the Special Events
when the competing groups can
challenge each other to various
contests climaxed by a canoe race.
The groups must obtain their own
canoes, Miss Palmer said, but the
central committee will'tell them
where they can be rented cheaply.
Stop at New Orleans
The South and New Orleans
will be the final stop on Saturday
night when the tour reaches Bur-
gundy Street. There will be a band
for dancin'g, Miss Palmer said, and
some big-name entertainers to
provide a floorshow.
Houses may submit ideas for
booths which may be anything
that would be found on Burgun-
dy Street, from antique shops to
taverns. There will be a total of
13 booths at the dance.
List Committee Members
Co-chairman for the weekend is
Steve Davis, '59BAd. Larry Sher-
man, '60BAd., is treasurer. Dan
Dyer, '61E, and Alice Scafide,
'59M, are in charge of Friday aft-
ernoon; Susan Brece, '61, and Da-

vid Hull, '60E, are in charge of
Friday evening; Selma Sadi, '60,
and Fred Nott, '59E, are in charge
of Saturday afternoon and Sue
Stein and Michael Camras,
'59BAd., are in charge of Saturday
Publicity co-chairmen are Bar-
bara Court, '61, and Gary Roggin,
'61; programs co-chairmen are
Camilla Cox, '61, and Dick Side-
man, '61; tickets co-chairmen are
Martha Farnsworth, '60, and Jeff
Jenks, '61; concessions co-chair-
men are Marge Rusciolelli, '61,
and Steve Haaf, '61.
Sally Lease, '60, is recording
secretar yand Judy Jacobson, '61,
is corresponding secretary.
Union Plans
Family Day
For Faculty
All registered University faculty
members including teaching fel-
lows have been invited to bring
their families to the. Michigan
Union's Faculty-Family Day.
Beginning at 2:30 p.m. tomor-
row, the Union is giving a free
program for children of the facul-
ty in the main ballroom on the
second floor, and for the adults
in the small ballroom and Terrace
Room, John Goodrich, '59BAd.,
Union executive councilman in
charge of special events, said.
There will be a color cartoon
cavalcade including such films as
Bugs Bunny, Mr. Magoo and Little
Lulu. Stan Rosewater, '62, will
perform magic tricks and refresh-
ments will be served.

A three-week tour of Western
Europe for this summer is being
planned cooperatively by the In-
ternational Center and the Lisle
Fellowships, Inc. program.
The tour is designed to accom-
modate both American students
and international students from
Africa, Asia and Middle East
countries en route to their home-
land from the United States.
Departing from Montreal on

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For Semester Announced


The newly-formed Iranian Stu-
dents Club will hold its' first meet-
ing at 8 p.m. March 5 in Lane
Hall, Ali Moossavi-Nasle, '62E,
said yesterday.
The club, whose main purpose is
to promote better understanding
between Iran and America, will
be part of the International Stu-
dents Association. At the first
meeting student speakers will be
heard. Plans for future meetings
included speeches by both Ameri-l
can and Iranian professors.
This is the first time an Iranian
President Elected
By Junior Panhel
For Semester
Beverly Ford, '61, will succeed
Toby Chapman, '61, as president
of the Junior Panhellenic Council
this semester.
"I will be in Greece, possiblyt
taking an extension correspond-
ence course from the University,"
said Miss Chapman, an Alphax
Delta Phi affiliate.
Miss Ford, first vice-presidentf
of the council, is a member of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.
'New officers will take over int
April, Miss Chapman reported. t

club has been established in Ann
Arbor, Moossavi-Nasle said, and
the group will include the more
than 100 Iranian students on cam-
pus. Almost 75 of the students are
graduate students, he said, and
plans are to include Iranian stu-
dents from all over the state.
. *
A reception honoring all new
international students on campus
this semester will be held at 8
p.m. tomorrow at the Rackham
Assembly Hall.
The reception, planned by the
International Center, is open to
all students and refreshments
will be served.
The Center's Board of Gover-
nors will attend the reception.
.1 * *
The International Center's an-
nual Show Tour is being planned
for spring vacation from March
31 through April 5.
'T'he International Students' va-
riety talent show will visit five
cities in Western Michigan and
there is no charge for the trip.
Selection of participants will be
made on the basis of talent. Ar-
rangements are being made for
students to stay with American
families en route.
For further information see
either William West or Helen TJo-
tis in Rm. 18 of the International

Auger Speaks to SA|
On Work with Children
In Psychiatric Hospital
Pat Auger of Children's Psychi-
atric Hospital described the ob-
jectives of the Sigma Alpha Iota
hospital program Feb. 11 at the
SAI chapter meeting here.
Members of Sigma Alpha Iota.
professional music fraternity for
women, have been carrying on vol-
untary music programs at the
hospital since October, 1957.
Mrs. Auger suggested types of'
programs that interest the chil-
dren. She also listed the possible
results and reactions of the chil-
dren that a voluntary worker
should expect in a given situation.
The program originated last
year under the chairmanship of
Joanne Smalla, '608M, after the
idea had been suggested by the
local alumnae chapter. The alum-
nae have been supplying the hos-
pital with musical instruments for
a number of years.
This year members of the local
chapter are presenting three
weekly programs to three differ-
ent groups of children.

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Election Analyst
Author, "Revolt of the Moderates"
"The Human Side of Interpretive

(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-
ganizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for this
semester must register by February
28. Forms available, 2011 Student
Activities Building.)
Eastern Orthodox Stud. Soc., social
mixer - featuring traditional folk
dances, Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m., 414 N. Main.
westminster Stud. Fellowship, Gradu-
ate Student Dinner, Feb. 20, 6:15 p.m.,
First. Presbyterian Church. Speaker:
Rev. J. E. Edwards, "The Christian Re-
sponse to Society."
*** ** **
Lutheran Stud. Assoc., skating and a
party, Feb. 20, 8 p.m., Lutheran Stud.
R Center, Forest and Hill.

Zeta Phi Eta, national profes-
sional speech arts fraternity for
women, is sponsoring a Reader's
Theatre at 4 p.m. Wednesday, ac-
cording to Jeanne Hall, Grad.,
chairman of the program.
For the program, which will be
held in Rm. 2508 Frieze Bldg.,
Brook Saunders, Grad., and Elea-
nor Walton, Grad., will read selec-
tions from the works of Francis
Thompson and T. S. Eliot.
Saunders will read "The Hound
of Heaven" by Thompson, and
Mrs. Walton will read "Triumphal
March," "The Lovesong of J. Al-
fied Prufrock" and s e l e c t i o n s
from the "Book of Practical Cats"
by Eliot.
Saunders and Mrs. Walton are
both students of Prof. Claribel
Baird of the speech department,
sponsor of the Lambda chapter of
Zeta Phi Eta. -



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