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'i'OER 2, 1948

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Formal Tickets Still flvailable;

Floorshow
Tickets are still available at the
League and at the door for the
League Formal, the first coed-
bid all campus dance of the year,
to be presented from 9:00 p.m. to
midnight today in the League
Ballroom.
The height of the evening's en-
tertainment will be reached when
the League Council appears dur-
ing intermission with a floorshow
designed to show the League lead-
ers at their best.
With the subject of "I'll Ne'er
Forget My College Dates," the
Council wheels haveacombined
music, talent and variety into a
pantomine, which should prove
to be on the humorous side. A spe-
cial number will be the "Council
Chorus" rendition of "Make Mine
Michigan," a hit tune from last
year's JGP.
* *
THE LEAGUE Ballroom will be
ablaze with fall color and design
to carry out the theme of autumn

To Feature Council

By MARJE SCHMIDT
Call it a back-to-nature movement, say that it is quite con-
tagious, whisper that everyone has gone wild with that "hay-fever,"
for this weekend over half of the parties run to the tune of hay
racks, moonlight, weiners and song.
By the light of tonight's moon, the Alpha Gams and their dates
will wend their way through the Ann Arbor countryside via horse
and wagon.

atmosphere, with Jack Frost mak-
ing his appearance in true fall
form. Design will be three di-
mensional to give a realistic ap-
pearance, according to Marge
Hehn, publicity chairman.
Art Starr, regular Casbah or-
Assembly Position
Open for Coeds
Petitions are due Monday noon
for the position of secretary of As-
sembly Association.
Any eligible junior or senior in-
dependent woman who knows how
to type and is free from 4 to 6 p.m.
Tuesdays may apply.
Applicants may sign up for in-
terviews in the Undergradua.te Of-
fice of the League where interviews
will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday and Thursday. Coeds may
contact the Undergraduate Office
or Marian Grant, 2-3225, for aid
in writing petitions.

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chestra leader, with an enlarged
personnel will provide the music
for dancing.
The Grand Rapids Room, with
its newly installed television set,
will be available for formal guests,
and cokes will be the refreshment
order of the evening.
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PATRONS have been announced
for the dance, according to Bobby
Jo Ream, League Social Chairman.
They include Regent Vera B.
Baits, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. Eric Walter, Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rea, Prof. and
Mrs. Arthur Bromage and Prof.
and Mrs. Benjamin Wheeler.
Completing the list are Mrs.
Elsie Fuller, Miss Ethei McCor-
mick, Miss Margaret Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul H. Geiger and Mr.
and Mrs. Earl A. Johnson.
Actives Help
Transfers
To Acc Imate
Panhel To Hold
Get-Together Week
"Transfer Week" has been set
by the Panhellenic Association for
the coming week, Monday, Oct. 25,
through Friday, Nov. 1.
The Purpose of "Transfer
Week" is to acquaint affiliated
tranfers on campus with their
chapters here.
Every transfer is urged to call
her house, according to Mary
Stierer, president of Panhellenic.
The house will make arrangements
to invite the women over or will
meet the coed during the week.
The only way the sororities on
campus can contact transfers is
by the transfers themselves
calling the house. Every effort
has been made to find out who
the transfers are, but there are
no files available which will give
this information.
Through their houses, transfers
will have a chance to participate
in social events such as exchange
dinners, parties and teas. They
may also sign up to play on sport's
teams which are sponsored by
each house.
The following are the houses
that will participate in "Trans-
fer Week": Alpha Chi Omega,
3718; Alpha Delta Pi, 2-2539;
Alpha Epsilon Phi, 2-3119; Al-
pha Gamma Delta, 2-4547; Al-
pha Omicron Pi, 7992; Alpha
Phi, 4089; and Alpha Xi Delta,
2-5579.
The list continues with Chi
Omega, 2-3159; Collegiate Sorosis,
2-3279; Delta Delta Delta, 2-3203;
Delta Gamma, 2-2543; Gamma
Phi Beta, 2-2569; Kappa Alpha
Theta, 2-2547; Kappa Delta, 2-
5631; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 2-
5618; Pi Beta Phi, 2-4514; Sigma
Delta Tau, 2-5587; and Zeta Tau
Alpha, 3018.

The Chuck McCullough Stables will be the scene of the
hay party. Wagons will depart from the Beta house at 8:15
tonight and will drag their weary loads back near 10:30 p.m.
chocolate will be administered in large doses to help revive thec

Beta
p.m.
Hot
crew.

Perhaps it may be credited to strong constitutions or perchance
the hay wagons were all being utilized, but the Sigma Chis are coming
forth with a French Apache party tonight. Striped basques, berets,
appropriate blouses and yards of jewelry will blossom out as couples
do their best to be in keeping with the theme.
JOHNNY HARBERD and his five piece 'orchestra will ride the
band stand in the Sigs Parisian Cafe, located in their basement.
Checkered table cloths and candle light will aid in producing this
Bohemian atmosphere.
Tomorrow evening the epidemic spreads rapidly as seven
other houses are slated for hay rides. Campus town becomes1
the cog, and seven different routes, the spokes of this rickety
merry-go-round. The men of Phi Sigma Kappa, Theta Xi,
Chi Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, Greene House, Delta Sigma Delta and
Adams house will be hosts to many blue-jeaned lassies.
Around this time of year pledge formals also hit the social
agenda. Members of ATO are honoring their neophytes at a dance
tomorrow evening. The setting is a modern nightclub-alias the
chapter house-with the pledges assuming the role of visiting Holly-
wood stars. Refreshment will come in the form of gingerale-trying
its utmost to have a champaigne appearance.
MEMBERS OF PHI IOTA ALPhA are holding their anniversary
dance from 8 n.m. to midnight tomorrow in the ass rmbly hall of
the Rackham Building. Decorations will carry through the anniver-
sary theme, but the main attraction will be a large birthday cake.
Small guitars made from cocoahut shells will be preseAted to each
couple as a remembrance of the affair. Invitations have been sent
to many, but all friends of Phi Iota Alpha are welcome.
Tomorrow afternoon the Betas have planned a listening
party and doggie roast to be held at their annex. Everyone is asked
to eat his fill in preparation for the Woodchopper's Ball to be
held at the chapter house in the evening. Does that mean that
couples are actually going to wield those axes?
In keeping with the Halloween season,- the women of Betsy
Barbour have planned a costume party for tomorrow evening. They
realize that the costume supply is limited, but urge all to make active
use of their imaginations. Dancers will find themselves wending
their way in and out of corn stalks and jack o' lanterns to the music
of the "best bands in the land."
CLIF HOFF, who now leads the old Tom McNall Band, will swing
his baton at the Delt pledge formal tomorrow evening. Preceding the
dance will be a formal dinner at the house for pledges and their
dates.
Decorations, in the form of balloons and streamers, emanate1
from the fraternity colors of purule, white and gold. Initiates will
no doubt be pleased with the programs. They are entitled "A
Pledge's Dream" and carry a picture showing an active assuming
"the position" while a pledge wields the paddle.
Kappa Sigma holds a conclave- tomorrow when they meet with
their Michigan State chapter at the Union. A discussion of fraternity'
policy will ensue and is to be followed by dinner at the Union.
The Kappa Sigs have made unique plans for Sunday afternoon
also. Last summer one of their Latin members initiated a new
type of picnic that was so successful it bears repeating. They call
it an "asado," and it is an affair which necessitates much preparation
for the roasting of a whole lamb. Charcoal potatoes go along with this
meal.

Fencing Match
To Highlight
Gas bah Show
The one campus politician who
is strictly on the fence will ap-
pear in the novelty floorshow
sponsored by the Scimitar Club
at the Casbah, which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the League Ballroom.
Special attraction, as the Cas-
bah moves into its fifth week of
operation, will be Ed Micleff, well-
known. campus fencing personal-
ity, who will give a variety dem-
onstration with the saber and
epee.
In their presentation of the
contrasts between real college
dueling and fencing "Hollywood
style," Micleff and his partner,
Norman Barnett, promise to "foil"
the audience in mior, ways than
one.
A ialloon duel ll be another
of the teans oiringsin the
name of the Scimitar Club.
At present Micleff is the State
Intercollegiate Foil champion and
last year placed firs in five out of
seven Detroit ccntests in which
he competed.
*ast a*complihments for the
founder of the newly organized
Scimitar Club are dueling the
1939 New York World's Fair and
placing in the foil division at the
Fair.
Also included in his fencing ex-
perience are Junior and Interme-
diate mhanpiorvships in the foil
divisions and a third in niovice
dueling in New York.
Michef' belongs to the Ama-
teur Fencing League of Amer-
ica and the New York Fencing
Club, which competes with Co-
lumbia, Annapolis and West
Point.
Instructions by the fencing fa-
vorite and other Scimitar mem-
bers, Pete Young and Norman
Barnett are offered from 8 to 10
p.m. Friday at the weekly 1-M
Coed Nites.
Cliff Hoff To Play
For Union Mixer
The Assembly Association and
the Michigan Union will hold their-
second combination mixer and lis-
tening party from 2 to 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
Cliff Hoff and his orchestra will
play for dancing while members of
the Union staff diagram the game
on a. blackboard, A radio in the
rerrace Room will be tuned in
on the game for those wishing to
sit out dances. Refr eshneits will
be served throughout the after-
noon.
All students unable to attend
the game are invited to attend
the mixer, according to Richard
Cossitt, co-chairman of the social
committee.

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