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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I-HOP PREVIEW-The marvels of paint, cardboard, and chicken
wire will be.demonstrated Saturday night at "Shades of Savanna."
All attending will witness the transformation of the familiar
League Ballroom into .a Southern Plantation.
Assembly's First Dance
Recalls 'Shades of Savanna'
' The charm and graciousness of
the old South will sparkle again
at Assembly Association's I-Hop,
"Shades of Savanna," to be held
Saturday night in the League
From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. couples
will dance among gleaming white
pillars and hanging wisteria to
th'e music of the John Bonino and
Jerry Libby Orchestras.
Proceeds from I-Hop, the first
all campus dance of the year, will
go to the scholarship fund for a
Hungarian student, according to
Jill Clarridge, '61, general chair-
Committee chairmen are Elsie
Sherer, '60, and Martha Kinley,
'60N, decorations, Karen Barling,
'6OEd, and Beverly Harling, 60,
Junior Panhellenic is planning
an all sorority pledge picnic to be
held from 1 to a p.m., Sunday,
October 5, at Burns Park.
The picnic will mark the end of
pledging and the beginning of ac-
tive sorority life. It will be the
first of what Junior-Panhel offi-
cers hope will become an annual
Sports and refreshments will
highlight the afternoon. Pledge
classes of two houses will make
up each team for softball games.
At 1 p.m., Alpha Chi Omega
and Zeta Tau Alpha will play
Sigma Kappa and Alpha Delta Pi,
while Alpha Epsilon Phi and Pi
Beta Phi will meet Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Signa Delta Tau.
Games at 2 p.m. include Phi
Sigma Sigma and Alpha Omicron
Pi against Alpha Phi and Phi Mu,
and Kappa Delta and Delta Gam-
.ma against Chi Omega'and Alpha
Collegiate Sorosis and Alpha Xi
Delta will battle Delta Delta Del-
ta and Delta Phi Epsilon at 3
p.m., while Kappa Alpha Theta
will challenge Gamma Phi Beta.
Teams with highest scores will
take part in a tug-of-war. Winner
of the battle will receive a prize.
Appointments for University
Choral Union auditions will be
made only until tomorrow at the
University Musical Society Office
Former members of the group
muss also register there before
The 325-voice Choral Union,
composed of students from all
parts of the University, will pre-
sent its annual program, "The
Messiah," in December.
Rehearsals will begin Tuesday,
ISA Holds Teas
Everyone is welcome to the In-
ternational Student Association
teas from 4 to 6 p.m. every Thurs-
day, according to Janice Miller,
administrative assistant at the 1
The teas are planned to provide
an opportunity for student to meet
people from other countries.
tickets, Margaret Hawkins, '61, fi-
nance and orchestra, Lenore Du-
bault, '60, publicity, and Susan
Teagan ,'60, programs and pa-
-WAA ClIu bs
The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion has announced the organiza-
tional dates for several of its rec-
Most clubs are open to all in-
Michifish, the senior synchron-
ized swimming group, will hold
an organizational meeting at 7:15,
p.m. tonight at the Women's Pool.
Michifins, the junior group, will
hold its first meeting at 8:15 p.m.
Tryouts for Xichifish and.
Michifins will be held Wednesday,
OctoberI at 7 p.m. at the Wo-
men's Pool. Women interested in
becoming a member of. either
team should attend the tryouts.
The Tennis Club, a co-recrea-
tional club, invites all interested
students to become members. An
organizational meeting is slated
for 5:10 p.m. today at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Anyone with experience in
playing hockey is urged to attend
the organizational meeting of the
Hockey Club at 5:10 p.m. on Mon-
day, September 29, in the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Panhellenic contact rules gov-
erning communication between
affiliates and independents will be
the same as last year, the organi-
zation announced yesterday.
The rules include an honor code
under which independents may
visit sorority houses and affiliates
may visit dorms as long as no
attempt is made to pre-rush.
Pre-rushing, according to Pan-
hel, consists of "affiliated women
persuading an independent woman
to join a given house, or notifying
an independent woman that a
given house would like to pledge
her." Both active and alumnae
sorority members are governed by
Violations include the following:
1) ' An affiliate visiting an inde-
pendent women's residence to form
friendships formed since the be-
ginning of school.
2) A sorority spending money
on the entertainment of individual
3) A sorority woman inviting
new friends into her sorority house
as individuals or entertaining
them anywhere outside the soror-
Any violations of the honor'
code will be reported to either the
membership chairman of each
house' of the Panhellenic Rushing
Chairman who will then report it
to the Panhellenic Executive
Contact rules will remain the
same until the second semester
when definite rules restricting
communication will be set up to
last through rushing.
To Hold Tryouts
All women interested in con-
petitive swimming may try out for
the Ann Arbor Swim Club varsity
Tryouts will be held at 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 30,' and Thursday,'
Oct. 2, at 5:30 p.m. at the Michi-
gan Union pool.
The Swim Club won Michigan's
1958 AAU Team Championship.
Club members are drawn from
Ann Arbor girls, as well as Uni-I
versity coeds. University women
on the team include Linda Myers,
'61, All-state free-style sprinter
and Katherine Hartwig, '61, Na-
tional Junior tower-diving cham
U.S. SENATOR JACOB
at RACKHAM AUD.
Mass meetings for both Soph
Show and Homecoming will be
held Thursday evening.
Soph Show ...
The Class of '61 will hold its
mass meeting for this year's Soph
Show "Anything' Goes" at 7:'15
p.m. tomorrow in the League Ball-
room, according to Linda. Hey-
wood, '61, and Robert Vollen, '61,
"Anything Goes," this year's
production, is the third Soph Show
to be sponsored by the League.
The musical comedy will be pre-
sented Nov. 13, 14 and 15 in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Committees To Organize
At Thursday's mass meeting all
interested sophomores, both men
and women, will be able to sign up
to work on publicity, costumes,
programs, make up, stage, and
"The schedule for auditions for
parts in the show will also be made
at the mass meeting. Auditions will
be given Friday afternoon and
Saturday morning and call-backs
will be on Sunday afternoon," co-
director Robert Brod, '61, ex-
Seven main roles, plus several
chorus parts are available to those
who wish to try out for the ship-
board comedy by Guy Bolton and
P. G. Wodehouse.
The show, which includesTCole
Porter's songs "You're the Top,"
"Anything Goes," "All Through
the Night," "Blow, Gabriel, Blow,"
and "I Get a Kick Out of You,"
will be student produced and di-
rected, with the assistance of Ted
Heusel, professional director.
Thee plot of the show centers
around. Billy Crocker, a playboy,
who finds himself fired when he
comes aboard ship to bid good bye
to his boss. In the meantime he
discovers his girl friend is sailing
to England with her fiance and
decides to follow her.
The plot thickens when a night
club proprietess and her chorus
girls become mixed up with a*
group of gangsters on board the
ship. After much confusion and
general merriment, the gangsters
are finally apprehended and all
There will be a mass meeting
at 7:30 p.m. )tomorrow in the Hus-
sey Room of the Michigan League
for students interested in work-
ing on any of the committees con-
nected with Homecoming, to be
held Oct. 24 and 25, according to
Cyra H. Greene, '60, publicity co-
chairman of Homecoming,
Miss Greene also announced the
theme of this year's Homecoming,
"Comedia del cdCommercial." The
theme will be explained in detail
to representatives of all lousing
units at a meeting this evening.
Essentially, the displays are to
parody advertising commercials.
Miss Greene explained that any-
one interested in working for any
of the various Homecoming com-,
mittees should attend the mass
SOPH SHOW, HOMECOMING:
Groups Announce Mass Meetings
WATCHES - CLOCKS
RINGS -- DIAMONDS
HOMECOMING-One of the displays from Homecoming 1957
depicts Mississippi style Showboat complete with blackface min-
strels in the persons of students as well as the huge smiling head
on the paper napkin boat.
U.S. SENATOR JACOB
717 N. University . . . West of Hill Auditorium
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Can't accuse Greene's of not being sym- Pardon the pun . . . but isn7' this
pathetic to student budget problems. We 'creditable" thing? No more waiting for pay
know a budget isn't always a manageable day or check-from-home day to get your dr
thing . . . so if a 30-day charge account for cleaning and shirt laundry done. Just flas
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