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T1HIMSDAY, OO TOEP 14, 1648

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MaryMarkley
Individual Awards Presented;
Martha Cook Wins Skit Contest

Takes Double Honors at 'Opening Nighi

Panhel Ball
Jobs Given

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PREDICTION - ULCERS:
Students' Tastes Run From Sublime to Ridiculous

Mary Markley house walked off
withtdouble honors at "Opening
Night," Assembly's fourth annual
Fortnite celebration, held last
night in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre.
New gold cups, which will be
awarded each year to outstanding
houses, were presented as awards
for high scholarship and partici-
pation in activities.
Individual prizes were pre-
sented to independent women
for exceptional scholastic stand-
ards and activity records dur-
ing the last year. The winners
received engraved sterling silver
identification bracelets.
Women who received the schol-
arship awards were Sylvia Folz
and Alice Ann Shannon, sopho-
mores, Nina Kessler and Nancy
New Column
As a special service to the
1,300 student families living at
Willow Village The Daily will
inaugurate a new column de-
voted to news of this group.
To be written by Mrs. 'Ken-
neth Donaldson, the. column
will be a regular feature of The
Daily women's page. Mrs. Don-
aldson is a former women's ed-
itor of the largest daily news-
paper in Montana.
Persons having news items to
contribute to this column may
mail them to Mrs. Donaldson
at 1412 Oakham Court in the
Village. News items from the
village may also be phoned to
Miss Harris at the University
Community Center at Willow
Run (Ypsi 3120 ext. 29).

Ann Symons, juniors, and Pa-
tricia Ann O'Connor, senior.
Winners of the activities
awards were Marjorie McLain,
sophomore, Patricia Reed, jun-
ior, and Margaret Frostic and
Jean Leonard, seniors.
Scholastic awards were pre-
sented by Miss Marian Williams
and activities awards by Dean
Mary C. Bromage.
The annual Fortnite celebra-
tion is held to commemorate
Assembly's activities of the past
year. House presidents were of-
ficially installed. Formerly these
events were held at separate
times during a two-week period,
hence the name Fortnite.
The prize for the best skit of
the evening went to Martha Cook.
The theme of the skit was "Sir
Opening Knight," a parody on
the name of this year's Fortnite.
The skit was chosen by a board of
judges consisting of three of As-
sembly's guests, Misses Marie
Hartwig, Margaret Morgan and
Mary Stierer.
Many of the heariest laughs of
the vening, however, went to the
housemothers' skit, which is pre-
sented annually. The theme of
this year's skit, a darkly guarded
secret, turned out to be satire on
Michigan coeds, with the house-
mothers dressed in bluejeans and
sweatshirts.
Talent Needed
There will be a mass meeting of
coeds interested in working on
the publicity committee of the
League at 4:30 p.m. today in the
League.

CASBAH COUPLES-One of the many foursomes that flock to
hear the music of Art Starr at the Casbah on Friday and Saturday
nights. Left to right: Perrin Long, Skippy Grainger, Pauly Zim-
merman, Jack Gannon.
Herman To Hit Air Waves
Over WHRV From A-Hop

Those who are unable to attend
this year's A-Hop may be elated
to know that Woody Herman will
broadcast over WHRV from 11:30
p.m. to midnight Saturday.
A-Hop, aptly called the A2-Hop
by campus dance fans, will be held
from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Saturday,
October 16, at the Intramural
Building. The "A2" idea comes
from the fact that this year the
dance is being sponsored by AIM
and Assembly.
Previously Assembly was sole-
ly responsible for this annual
affair. Now, with the aid of
Associated Independent Men,
the dance should break all
standing success records. This
year proceeds will be used for
the benefit of winterizing the
Fresh Air Camp.
The dance committee learned
yesterday from John Carroll, pub-
licity director of WHRV, that
Herman has agreed to broadcast.
During the half-hour broadcast
radio listeners will.hear one of the
most versatile dance bands in the
country. Woody Herman is not
only skilled on the saxophone
and clarinet, but is also an ac-
complished sifiger and entertain-
er.
Herman has been able to take
unknown musicians and develop

them into a well coordinated or-
chestra. This is indicated by the
calibre of the herman L~erd
alumni which includes Bill Har-
ris, Flip Philips and many oth-
The current aggregation, al-
though slightly influenced by the
contemporary trend of jazz and
be-bop, confines themselves to the
smoomh, full orchestrations that
have made Herman one of the
finest dance bands.
A-Hop's all-star entertain-
ment will include "The Chips,"
Herman's little band within a
band, which consists of bass,
drums, piano and Woody on the
clarinet.
'The Woodehoppers" combina-
tion includes trumpet, trombone,
tend sax, bass, piano, drums and
Woody's clarinet with special
note paid to jazz sendoffs on songs
of yesteryear.

Editors, Staff Picked
For Monthly Paper
Panhellenic Association has re-
leased the names of the coeds ap-
pointed to positions on Panhellen-
ic Ball and the Panhellenic news-
paper.
The general chairman of Pan-
hellenic. Ball will be Sally Stanton,
Alpha Phi. Ruth Parsons, Delta
Zeta, will be her assistant.
Other members of the com-
mittee for Panhellenic Ball are
Jo Henderson, Kappa Alpha
Theta, publicity; Mary Kokal-
es, Alpha Omicron Pi, assistant
publicity; Nancy Chapel, Pi
Beta Phi, programs; and Dee
Janusch, Delta Gamma, re-
freshments.
The list continues with Boots
K allman, Sigma Delta Tau, tick-
ets; Ruth Ann Hansen, Chi
Omega, patrons; Phyllis Bliss, Al-
pha Xi Delta, decorations; and
Scotty GladGen, Alpha Delta Pi,
assistant decorations.
* * *
COEDS INTERESTED in work-
ing on Panhellenic Ball may sign
up to work on the various commit-
tees on lists which will be posted
in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice. The deadline for signing up
will be Wednesday, Oct. 20.
THE LITERARY EDITOR of
the Panhellenic newspaper will be
Nancy Vedder, Collegiate Sorosis.
Pat Maloney, Alpha Omicron Pi,
has been appointed the business
editor.
The staff will include Ruth
Fairbank, Kappa Delta., Carol
Lecklider, Alpha Phi, and Nancy
Sayre, Kappa Alpha Theta.

By HERB ROVNER burger steak. These two dishes
Students have steak appetites, have become almost notorious in
but hamburger pocketbooks .Ann Arbor restaurants, according
This was the unanimous opinion to, these waitresses.
of waitresses from five favorite One waitress at a restaurant
campus restaurants. which specializes in fried chicken
And their decision is supported livers and spatzen (to the unin-
by the students' most frequent formed this dish is noodles fried
choices. spaghetti and ham- in chicket fat) recalls the student
- rage for limburger and mayon-
naise sandwiches, How students
could even get close to such a con-
coction, much less eat it, quite
mystified her.
Another waitress still marvels
at those students who can con-
sume three or four mustard and
pumpernickel candwiches before
dinner. She laughingly admitted
her most frequent request from
r students was the substitution of
beer for coffee on the specials.
At another local restaurant, two
of the waitresses remember the
student who ordered a glasseach
of tomato, orange and pineapple

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cream, two fried eggs (with ketch
up of course for this relish is
nust in every college student
diet) and coffee.
Also, they recalled the studer
who once ordered pumpkin pi
with cream gravy . .. it must ha
been a matter of vitamins.

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Zeta Tau Alpha Will Celebrate
5 olden Anniversary Tomorrow

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Soph Note's
There will be a DANCING RE-
HEARSAL for the tap chorus of
Soph Cabaret to be held at 4:30
p.m. today in the Garden Room
of the League.
THE MODERN DANCE chorus
will rehearse at 7:30 p.m. today
in the League Ballroom.
THE USHERS COMMTTEE of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m.
today in Rm. C of the League.
THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
of Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Rehearsal Room of
the League.

Zeta Taus are golden this week!
Celebrating the fiftietheanni-
versary of their founding, the Zeta
Tau Alphas are wearing a gold
ribbon backingtheir pin and are
planning weekend activities lHon-
oring the event.
The annual Zeta Tau ritual will
be held by the local Alpha Gamma
chapter at 7 p.m. Friday, the ex-
act date of thenational founding
in 1898.
Attending the ritual will be the
Ann Arbor alumnae group who
will make an award on the basis
of scholarship improvement and
activities during the past year.
The presentation will be made by
Mrs. Donald M. Perisho.
The house will also present an
award for pledge scholarship and
improvement last semester. Chair-
man of the special service is Lydia
Creed.
After the ritual at 9 p.m. fes-
tivities will begin. The Zetas will

hold a masquerade, the "Scare 'Em
Ball," with round and square
dancing to the calling of Newt
Loken, popular localcaller. Bev-
erly Palmer will arrange the
dance.
Founded at Virginia State
Teachers College, Zeta Tau Al-
pha was the first sorority char-
tered by a state legislature. In
honor of its fifty years of exist-
ence a special plaque will be erect-
ed at 4 p.m. Friday on the campus
of Virginia State Teachers.
Further celebration will take
place home-coming weekend when
the local chapter will be host to
some 200 Alumnae from Ann Ar-
bor, Detroit and the surrounding
area at an open house and buffet
dinner after the big game.

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10:00 A.:M.
Arrive Minneapolis
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Arrive Willow Run
9:30 P.M.

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