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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Senior Night Committee To Organize Coed
Project Designed To Promote Class Spirit

With the co-operation of Pan-
hellenic and Assembly the Senior
Night central committee will or-
ganize all senior women on cam-
pus into committees according to
their residences.
Seniors in each house will elect
a chairman who will attend a
meeting slated for 5 p.m. Monday.:

Senior Night, a project which in-
cludes the annual banquet and
traditional senior activities be-
fore JGP, will be discussed.
This year marks the first time
any class-wide project of this type
has been launched. "The purpose
of the organization in the house

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is to promote class spirit and to
bind the class together in com-
mon activities," said Mary Ann
Harris, general chairman of Sen-
ior Night.
Assembly Association will con-
tact the co-operatives, League
houses and women living at home.
These groups may then send rep-
resentatives to work on the proj-
ect.
The activities of Senior Night
will not be revealed until next
semester, but the general plans
will be outlined for the represen-
tatives at the Monday meeting.
Women from the individual
houses are also being recruited to
work on the song-writing contest,
sponsored by the SeniornClass. The
contest, which ends on Feb. 20,
calls for a Michigan school spirit
song. Prize-winning song will be
presented at Senior Night.
Coeds To Play
Table Tennis
Winning ping pong players from
almost every sorority and women's
residence will match their skill
this and next week.
Before Christmas vacation each
house had play-offs to determine
a champion. Now, under the spon-
sorship of Mary Peterson, the 21
winners will play a tournament
of their own to determine the
campus winner.
Shyana Deodhar, Stockwell, won
the title last year and is again in
the finals of the tournament.
Virginia Ross, Delta Delta Delta,
runner-up of last year, is the
champion of her house.
Other house winners include
Rosemary Pokorny, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Katherine Evans, Pi
Beta Phi; Barbara Cutler, Delta
Zeta; Virginia Swanson, Kappa
Delta; Cynthia Bruce, Collegiate
Sorosis, and Julia Crossman of
Betsy Barbour.
The list continues with Bonnie
Honke, Alpha Delta Pi; Doris
Kangoff, Mary Markley; Marjorie
Nungester, Ann Arbor; Jean Glo-
waki, Alpha Chi Omega; Jean
Meengs, Alpha Xi Delta; Glenna
Gregory, Adelia Cheever; Emily
Bliar, Jordan, and Carol Schaller
of Helen Newberry.
Mary Peterson, Alpha Phi; Val-
erie Vandermade, Alpha Omricon
Pi; Pat Sibbert, Gamma Phi Beta;
Kathie Giegenmueller, Chi Ome-
ga; Dolly Garrett, Kappa Alpha
Theta, and Helen Korman of
Hinsdale house in the new Wom-
en's Residence conclude the list.
Archers To Sign
For March Meet
Bow and arrow enthusiasts who
are interested in entering the tele-
graphic intercollegiate archery
meet to be held in March are to
sign a list in the WAB by Sunday.
All campus women and mem-
bers of the faculty are invited to
enter the contest. They will pro-
vide their own arrows.
The meet will be played off on
March 4, 11 and 18 in the WAB
basement. Three rounds with six
arrows will be shot at twenty
yards each Saturday.

"We're saving our money for the J-Hop" is an oft-heard remark
around men's residences this time of year.
The "richer" or maybe just more socially minded part of the
campus is breathing a few gusts of air into the lungs of the dying
party season of the fall semester this weekend.
* * *
ACACIA PARTY-GOERS will make merry at the "Lower Slob-
bovian Brawn" tonight, when appropriately dressed "pazzunts" con-
gregate amidst sketches depicting the various hardships endured by
the average Lower Slobbovian. Refreshments of wolf bones and
Pazzunts' Punch will be served.
* * *
PLEDGES AT ATO will stage a party in honor of the actives
tomorrow. They will not, however, disclose any of the plans.
* * *
THOUGHTS OF FINALS have sent the whole ZBT house berserk.
Guests will dress in anything from formals to bathing suits tonight
at the first annual "Crack-Up Ball." Murals of baboons and gibbering
idiots will dot the walls, while barred windows will keep the inmates
from escaping.
A cast of 25 will entertain party-goers with a take-off on an
Olsen and Johnson or Milton Berle show. There will be surprises
galore and an award for the most obnoxiously dressed couple. Only
sane thing will be the food consisting of coffee and turkey club
plate sandwiches.
WANDERLUST has caught Triangle members who will enter-
tain their dates tomorrow on a model highway. Signs with such warn-
ings as "Beware-Dangerous Curve" will be posted along the way.
* * ,,
PHI RHO SIGMA has slated a celebration tomorrow marking
the finish of a complete job of interior redecoration. A new base-
ment lounge with a television set will also be broken in.
* * *
AN "END OF THE SEMESTER FOR US" dance is on Phi Sigma
Kappa's social agenda tomorrow.
JORDAN HALL is co-sponsoring a dance tomorrow with its
adopted big brother, Prescott House.
SEVERAL fraternities including Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma and Theta Chi, will wind
up the social season tomorrow with record dances.

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