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FRIDAY,

OCTOBER 1, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ME

rRfl~AY, OQ~OB1~U 1, 1948PAGE FIVE

On t4ei4tje
By MARJE SCHMIDT
There may be no garland of roses about, no Bump Elliott, Bob
Chappuis, et al, but there will be football at Ann Arbor once again
this weekend which will clothe the campus in its most pleasant at-
mosphere--the color, singing, cheering and partying which always ac-
company these games.
Various fraternities have planned their Saturday evening activi-
ties especially to celebrate a hoped-for-victory over Oregon. The Sig
Eps will hail "King Football" tomorrow evening at their "Stadium
i Stomp." The merry-makers wlil dance to the music of Jim Berry's
four piece marching band, in the attire normally seen at the sta-
dium. Refreshment will resemble (but faintly) the' type on hand at
the game that afternoon.
Upon entering the Phi Alpha Kappa house guests and members
alike will draw numbers which will divide them into two teams. The
teams will compete in a contest that departs only slightly from ortho-
dox football, and in this way the men hope to become acquainted
with all those present. There will be half-time entertainment, and
fifty yard line seats for everyone.
* * *
FOR A LITTLE added enticement the members of Phi Kappa Psi
and Phi Sigma Kappa have planned dinner for the alumni and for
their coed friends to follow the Saturday 'grid' affair. The Phi Sigs
will carry through the football theme in their table decorations. Fol-
lowing dinner there will be dancing aplenty amid flourishes of school
colors and "gab" sessions about the most spectacular plays.
For variety and much fun the men of Sigma Chi and their
dates will hitch their wagon to a hillbilly theme. A hay rack will
tour the campus picking up "Daisy Maes" and "Moon-beam Mc-
Swines" so that their bare feet, unaccustomed to cement walks,
may be saved a few blisters and callouses. Many handsome "Li'l
Abners" will be on hand to supply these gals with cider-from
their home-made still-and doughnuts, should the square danc-
ing leave them a bit weak in the knees. The time?-from 9 until
midnight tomorrow.
One of our campus groups has planned a really bang-up cele-
bration from 8:30 until midnight tomorrow. Triangle, the only social
fraternity for engineers on campus, after having been organized for
several years, has at last acquired a house. This celebration will
mark their entrance into the whirl-wind of weekly activities. Deco-
rations have been planned around the ever-present and ominous T-
square. A large dash of doughnuts, a tremendous pinch of sand-
wiches, and cider-to taste-will be mixed with this batter also; the
result of the complete recipe, however, can be told only by those who
atbend.
TOMORROW WILL FIND the Alpha Sigma Phi house trans-
formed into a wild western rancho. Guests will ramble up the front
walk past authentic hitching posts, and will then pass through some
real o1' swinging doors. Here appropriate signs will direct couples
into a corral (alias the card room) where they will be compelled to
brand each other-Alpha Sig style. Guests will receive invitations to
the "Awful Sig Saloon" reading something like: "Come join in; a
bunch of the boys are whooping it up down at Baldwin Gulch."
A parody on Michigan and the general "back to school move-
ment" will be the theme of a party given by the Kappa Sigs to-
morrow. Signs and large, specially made news clippings-"GET
YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL TOGS," etcetero- will decorate the
house.. The men have worked up a skit guaranteed to enhance
the general parody. Eight Kappa Sigs who play varsity football
for Oregon will be honored guests. Refreshments, so we are told,
will be in the form of goat's milk and otter haunches. Extraordi-
nary, to say the least!
Turn about is fair play, and since women are now living in Vic-
tor Vaughan, they think it only proper-and are also very anxious-to
invite all ex-Victor Vaughan men to an open house Sunday afternoon
from 2 to until 5. We hope the men will not be too shocked with the
changes.
IM Building Resumes Coed-Night

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Independents To Present Dance Oct. 16
For Benefit of 'U' Fresh Air Camp;
Affair Will Climax Fortnite Activities

One of America's most versa-
tile orchestra leaders, Woody Her-
man, and his bandofall-star mu-
sicians will be on hand when As-
sembly and Associated Indepen-
dent Men join forces to sponsor
the third annual A-Hop which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 16 at the Intramural
Building.
The informal dance will follow
the Northwestern game and will
be a part of Assembly's Fortnite
activities. AIM plans to sponsor
an independent get-together that
week also which will be attended
by representatives from all over
the country.
BENEFITS FROM the dance
will be contributed to the Univer-
sity Fresh Air Camp to aid in the
winterizing of the camp located on
Patterson Lake about 24 miles
north of Ann Arbor.
This camp serves as a spot for
a four week's vacation each
summer for about 250 under-
privileged and maladjusted boys
ileged and maladjusted boys who
would not otherwise have such
an opportunity.
Dances, Tag Day and special
benefits make up a large portion
of the camp's expenditures.
* * *
ALONG WITH HERMAN will
be the famed "Four Chips" and
"The Woodchoppers" who will
help serenade the audience with
versions of such favorites as
"Blues in the Night," "In the Blue
of Evening" and "Caldonia."
Ticket Sales Close
For Bridge Series
Today is the last day for bridge
enthusiasts to purchase tickets for
the 10 week series of bridge lessons
which will be held beginning Mon-
day in the Cave Room on the
fourth floor of the League.
Beginners' classes will be held
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays and
8:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays. The in-
termediate sessions will be from
8:30 to 10 p.m. Mondays and from
7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays.
Tickets will be on sale from 3 to
5 p.m. in the lobby of the League.
The latest fad invented to in-
crease the enjoyment of college
football weekends is an oversized
mitten designed to allow hand-
holding during the games. Made
of leather, the mitts are fleece-
lined to withstand the coldest
weather.

The committee in charge of
arrangements includes: co-
chairmen, Dorothy Fogel and
James Kallman; tickets, Betty
Richards and Wait Hansen;
buildings and grounds, Marion
Grant and Ralph Olivanti; pro-
grams and patrons, Jo Wilson
and Marie Hedrick; decorations,
Arlette Harbour and Hugh
Greenberg and publicity, Mar-
garet Frqstic and Marvin Failer.
Women will be granted 1:30 a.m.
permission for the dance.

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women with an athletic bent! The
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doors to all the athletic facilities
inside from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. to-
day.
Among the activities open to all
comers, including the femmes are
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E RCA VICTOR
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badminton, volleyball, paddle ball,
swimming, fencing and gymnas-
tics.
On hand to instruct and aid
those interested in fencing will be
the campus maestro of the foil,
Ed Micllef, while the swimmers
will be supervised by Harry Holi-
day.

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