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Fraternity Men
Give Unique Party

Students with aspirations of be-
ing someone other than just plain
John Doe had their opportunity
Saturday night at Phi Kappa Sig-
ma's "Suppressed Desire Party."
In keeping with the theme, the
door prize was a lemon meringue
pie for the winning coed to throw
into her date's face.
* * *
WAA To Hold
Badminton will take the spot-
light in women's campus activities
on Saturday, March 18, when WAA
holds its annual all-campus Bad-
minton Tournament in Barbour
and Waterman Gyms.
Those coeds who are planning to
participate should turn in their
names to the athletic manager of
their dormitory, sorority or league
house. These lists are to be turn-
ed into Office 15 of Barbour Gym
Thursday, by the athletic mana-
Anyone who is not able to reg-
ister with an athletic manasrx
may sign up at the WAA bulletin
board of Barbour Gym. All coeds
are eligible to participate and will
receive one activity point for doing
A dormitory or sorority house
team which participates and wins
the tournament will receive ad-
ditional points to their credit.
Coeds may use their own rac-
quets or rent them for the games
that afternoon for a small fee.
Each participant must supply her
own "birds."
On Wednesday of this and next
week the gym will be open at 7:15
p.m. for those who wish to prac-
tice. This time may also be used
for co-recreational badminton,
whether they belong to the Bad-
minton Club or not.
Any questions pertaining to the
tournament or the club may be
answered by calling Jeri Mulson,

ing room were converted into a
night club with balloons dotting
the walls and ceiling. Refresh-
ments of punch, peanuts, and po-
tato chips were served on candle-
lit tables covered with checkered
A desk in the basement was
reserved for any conscientious
person who might want to do
some studying. It was reported,
however, that the desk was not
used. Apparently no one had
been entertaining a deep and
consuming desire to study, com-
mented one party-goer.
Some of the entertainment was
provided by Chuck Stowe, a "visit-
ing basketball player from MSC,"
who did a midget act singing "To-
bacco Is a Filthy Weed, I Love
A DIXIELAND combo played
several selections. Members of the
band were: Bob Korfha'ge clari-
net; Bob Wagner, trombone; Bill
Rohring, banjo; Chuck Stowe,
guitar, and Howard Smith, piano.
Other entertainment included
a vocal trio of Bill Rohring, Hal
Flynn and Roger Simon. Bert
Wordenburg sang' a comedy solo,
"My Merry Oldsmobile."' -
Winners of prizes for the best
costumes were a pirate for the
men, and for the women a costume
of red flannel pajamas.
The coed who wore them said
she had always had the suppress-
ed desire to attend a party with
her hair up in curlers, cold cream
on her face and with pajamas and
slippers on.
Eligibility Cards - All women
working on JGP either in the cast
or on committees have been asked
by committee heads to bring their
eligibility cards to the next re-
hearsal or meeting of their group.
"- * *
Chorus -- All members of the
chorus will meet at 7 p.m. today
in the League. Lannette Shaefer,
music chairman, stressed the im-
portance of the meeting.

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-Daily-Alan Reid
UNUSUAL AFFAIR-Variety in fashion was prevalent at the Phi Kappa Sigma house last Saturday
night when the fraternity presented a "Suppressed Desire Party." Students attending the affair
dressed in unusual costumes representing their hidden ambitions.


Frosh Weekend
Positions Open
For Freshmen
All freshmen women who are
interested in petitioning for Frosh
Weekend will meet en masse at
5 p.m. Wednesday in the League.
Helpful hints for writing peti-
tions will be given. Positions will
be described and the names of
coeds who held Frosh Weekend
posts last year will be told.
The event includes two dances
complete with floorshows to be
presented April 29 and 30. One
group of committees staffed with
freshmen coeds will compete
against another similar group of
The positions which will be fill-
ed axe chairman, assistant chair-
man, floorshow chairman, assist-
ant floorshow chairman, patrons,I
publicity, tickets, decorations, pro-
grams, and awards and judges.
Since there are two teams, there
will be two of each of the above
Frosh Weekend dances will be
open to the entire campus.

League Scholarship Available
To Second Semester Juniors

In honor of Ethel A. McCormick,
the Michigan League social direc-
tor, a scholarship of $100 is award-
ed annually by the undergraduate
women of the League.
The scholarship is given to see-k
Theta Alumnae
Honor Students
Alumnae of Kappa Alpha Theta
will meet at 8 p.m. today at the
chapter house for a coffee hour
honoring students from South
America, Europe and the Orient.
Miss Josephine Davis is chair-
man of arrangements and is be-
ing assisted by Mrs. George Kish,
Mrs. Helene Klingman, Mrs. Nor-
ris Post, Mrs. James McCobd, Mrs.f
Stanley Dodge and Mrs. Mary
Clair Upthegrove. Mrs. J. J. Wal-
ser and Mrs. Fielding Yost will'

Programs will also carry out
ond-semester junior women who the military theme by bearing
are outstanding in campus activi- on the cover the emblem of the
ties and leadership and in need of American Eagle.
financial aid. A receiving line will be an im-
* * portant part of the dance this
OTHER REQUIREMENTS in- year. From 9 to 9:30 p.m. those at-
clude two letters of recommenda- tending the dance will be greeted
tion with each application for the by Col. and Mrs. K. E. Henion
scholarship. No duplicate copies Capt. and Mrs. H. W. Wheeler and
can be accepted. The letters must Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. H. Ainsworth
be original. Tickets for the dance may be
Applications are now available purchased at the desk in the Un-
in the Undergraduate Office of ion lobby and in North Hall.
the League. They should be sent
directly to Marjory Flint, presi- *Frate
detof the Women's League. Socia Frt rn ty
Junior women who are inter- Holds Conclave
ested, and can fill the require-
ments of the scholarship, may Lambda Chi Alpha largest of
bring their eligibility cards over
to the Women's League to obtain the social fraternities with 134
an application form to fill out. chapters in the United States and
: * Canada, concluded its Great
THESE APPLICATIONS will be Lakes-Ohio River Conclave Sun-
due in the Undergraduate Office day at the local chapter house with
on March 10. Applicants may an informal dinner.
sign up now for interviews in the The three-day event, combining
League. . both social and business sessions,
brought to Ann Arbor delegates
Interviewing before the Exec- and national fraternity officers
utive Council will be held from from Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan-
3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. from ia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois,
March 14, through March 17. West Virginia, and Toronto, On-
The chief basis on which the tario.
scholarship is awarded is service The climax of the conclave was
to the University. reached at a banquet, held at the
League on Saturday, with about
.t 200 guests attending.
Correcti on The banquet was marked by the
The mass meeting for those presentation of the Annual Lamb-
coeds interested in petitioning da Chi Scholarship trophy. James
for WAA petitions will be held Fish and Frank Stocking received
at 4 p.m. today at the League, the awards as the active and
pledge with the highest grades.

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reserved tickets for this semesters
dance classes may purchase them
from 2 to 4, 2d floor, League.
Coming Events
Canterbury Club: Wed., 7:15
a.m., Holy Communion followed by
Student Breakfast.
Union Student Offices: Tryout
smoker and staff meeting, Rm.
3-D, Union, 7:30 p.m., Wed.
U. of M. Rifle Club: Shoulder
to shoulder match with Brewster
Club, 7:30 p.m., Wed., Mar. 8,
ROTC range.
UNESCO Council: Meeting, 7:30
p.m., Wed., Lane Hall. Semester
program to be established.
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting 7:30 p.m.,
Wed., Rm. 3S, Union. Movies of
Aspen, Colorado.
Square and Folk Dance Club:
7:30 to 9:45 p.m., Wed., Mar. 8,
Women's Athletic Bldg.
Residence Staff Institute: Meet-
ing for staff members of women's
residen1ces, sororities and League
houses, 10 a.m., Wed., Mar. 8, Lea-
gue. Mrs. Mary T. LaMore, Health
Service Counselor, will lead the
discussion on "The Role of Confi-.
dante: problems in personal coun-

The Women of the University
Faculty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., Wed.,
Mar. 8, 4th floor clubroom, League.
Young Progressives of America:
Membership meeting, Wed., 7:30
p.m., Union. Election of officers
and executive board. Mrs. Mickey
Sloss, National committeeman for
Progressive Party will give report
on the second Progressive Party
convention held in Chicago, Feb.
Hostel Club: Thurs., Mar. 9:
Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall.
Hostel Club: Sat.-Sun.,. March
11-12: Meet at League, 12:30, Sat.
to drive to Monroe to explore park
and possible hostel site; return to
Ann Arbor Sun. afternoon. Call
Mary McLean, 22521, Ext. 342, by
Theurs., Mar. 9, for reservation.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Regular
rehearsal, 7 p.m., Wed., Rm. B,
Haven Hall. Details at meeting
about concert Mar. 14. All mem-
bers must bring their eligibility
cards to the meeting, including
those who are taking it for credit.
Sigma Xi. 8 p.m., Wed., Mar. 8,
Rackham Amphitheatre. James T.
Wilson, Assistant Professor of
Geology, will speak on the subject:
"Earthquakes in the Interior of
the Earth."


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