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EMBER S3, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Panhel

Sets

Residence Halls To Present

Meeting Date Annual Fortnite Program
AsebyAsca~nsaiaFor W om en Fot n te ill Aerss enteda 730 by Henderson House. Betsy Bar-
p.m. tomorrow in the Lydia Men- bour presenting "Heavenly Daisy"
"Women who are interested in delssohn Theatre. according to supported by Angell House, El-
rushing should attend one of two Barbara Lanehart, '9Ed. pubi-lport by Fisher House and Geddes
mass meetings scheduled for 4:30 city chairman. House doing "Off the Beaten
p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Te p a for the contestTrack" supported by Mosher Hall.
Decmbe 3, acordng o Mryamong independent women's resi- Also participating in the compe-_
dDecember 3. according to Mary'dence halls. centered around the Aton ipbeiHelen e pe-
Wellman, '60, Panhellenic rushing theme "Heavenly Daze," will fea- senting w P 1 aln e t a r y Parade"
counselor chairman. ture three-minute skits by the cheered by Klelnsteuck House.
Either program may be attend- competing houses and one and a Hunt House with "Kick-off Into
ed. At this time registration and half minute cheers by the sup- Space" supported by Butler House,
rushing will be explained, women porting houses. Martha Cook's "My Boh Heaven"
will receive rushing guides and Highlights of the evening will with support by Jordan Hall and
Dean Elizabeth Leslie and Mary be the deans' skit, the Assembly "Peanuts in Heaven" presented by
Tower, '59, president of Pan- Board skit, presentation of schol- Stockwell Hall with support by
hellenic Association will speak. arship awards by Martha Kinley, Hinsdale House.
Pi Beta Phi sorority. this fall's '54N, the presentation of house Judges for the contest will be
winner of Lantern Night, will presidents' pins by Pat Marthenke, Mrs. Hatcher, James R. Steven-
sing. A skit on rushing will be '59, Assembly president, and rec- son, '60. Robert Ashton, '59, presi-
enacted by rushing counselors. ognition of Senior Society by Gail dent of the Inter-House Council,
Rushing registration will be Witherspoon. Barry Shapiro. '59, president of
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Prizes for the winning skits and the Union and Mary Tower, '59,
Friday, and Saturday, December supporting cheers will be given by president of Panhellenic Associa-
4, 5, and 6 in the D. and E. Room Mrs. Harlan Hatcher. ,tion.
on the third floor of the League. Residence halls competing in All University women are invit-
nthe contest are Adelia Cheever ed to attend Fortnite. Miss Lane-
Registration will be open for !with "Heavenly Co-op" supported hart said.
these three days only. Anyone
who is currently enrolled in the
University or who has previously
made a 2.0 overall grade average
during the last semester she was
enrolled here may register. In both
cases, women must be carrying or
have carried a minimum of 11
semester credit hours. Students
who enroll for the first time in
February, 1958 will not be able to
rush.d

-Daiiy-Peter Anderson
SILVER, AMBER AND LEATHER-The Latvian students got together and produced this exhibit,
which displayed many of the traditional arts and crafts of the Latvian peoples. Among them
were intricate silver jewelry, equally intricate patterns woven into scarves and mittens, strings of
amber beads both carved and plain, hand-tooled leather work and smooth-polished carved wooden
bowls, all decorated with traditional Latvian symbols.
World's Fair Displays Bring End
To International Week Activities

-Daily-Peter Anderson
INDIAN ART-This design was the first thing to greet the eye
of the visitor to the exhibit of the Indian Students Association.
League Announces Winners
For 'Let's Go International'

There are two winners of the
League's International Week proj-
ect competition, "Let's Go Inter-
national,"' Eloise Eberhart, '60,
chairman of the League Interna-
tional Committee, said yesterday.
"The judges were unable to de-
cide between Stockwell Hall and
Alpha Gamma Delta, so both of
them were declared winners," she
said.
Judges for the competition were
James M. Davis, director of the
International Center, Amber Van
and Celestine Fernando, members
of the Board of Religious Coun-
selors, William West, associate
counselor at the International
Center, Mrs. Nancy Delaney, as-
sistant social director of the
League, and P. Krishnamurthy,
Grad., president of the Interna-
tional Students Association.

Honorable mention went to
Kappa Alpha Theta for partici-
pation in activities with the stu-
dents from the country they spon-
sored and to Delta Gamma for
displays within the house and on
campus. r
Stockwell Hall sponsored Swe-
en and the Philippines. Among
their activities were a coffee hour
where students from the Philip-
pines did one of their native
dances called "Tinikling" and a
program in which a Swedish stu-
dent played the lute and sang
traditional Christmas songs and
ballads.
China was the couptry spon-
sored by Alpha Gamma Delta.
The house was decorated with
Chinese articles, and a dessert
was given for five Chinese stu-
dents.

INDIAN SARI
... traditional women's costume
Dean of Women
To Discuss Books
Dean of Women Deborah Ba-
con will present a book review at
7:30 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Vanden-
berg Room of the League, Marcia
Murphy, '59, chairman of the
League's Special Projects Commit-
tee, said Friday.
The subject of Miss Bacon's talk
will be "The Modern 'Detective
Story." She will discuss such auth-
ors as Sayers, Marsh, Simenon
and Tey.
The talk will be followed by an
informal discussion and commee
hour, Miss Murphy said.

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