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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HOD GE-PODGE AFFAIR:
Casualness To Keynote'Hop'
Casualness will reign at the
Hodge-Podge Hop which will be
presented from 8:30 to midnight
today on the mall between the
Natural Science and Chemistry
Charlie Manning and his or-
ehestra will provide the music for
this goodwill dance presented by
the Phoenix ,Project to, start off
its fall campaign.
groups are sharing the expense of
sponsoring the event so that it will
not be necessary to charge admis-
During intermission the side-
w1lk shuffiers may visit the va-
ious activity booths which will
be set up around the dancing
These booths will feature dis-
pilys of the activities of the cam-
SQUARE DANCERS and a caller
will be present at the WAA booth,
while a shooting gallery will form
the Rifle Club's exhibit.
Information on European
tours, as well as a display of bi-
cycles, will be featured at the
Hostel Club's booth.
The University Clr, Michigan
Singers and Arts Chorale have
promised to liven up the evening
with a surprise booth.
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Wolverine Club's well-known
yellow car will be featured at their
exhibit, and the members of As-
sembly will be selling tickets for
A-Hop at their booth.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
Lydia Wilhelm, representing the
League; Marge Iennedy, of the
Phoenix Project and Jim Moran,
from the Union.
in case of rain, all activities will
be moved into the LO gue ball-
Try a Razor Cut Hair Style
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No Appointment Necessary
D ysncola Bros.
Liberty near 'State
To Hear Talk
On Le adership
Ltembers 6f the League Council
and Board of RepresentAtives yes-
terday were introduced to .wLe-
rence Taylor, who will lead them
in the Croup Leadership program
to be held frogA10 am. to 4'p.m
Suitday in the League.
Taylor, working in co-ordination
with his associate Donald Phillips,
will lead discussions on the various
problems facing groups in getting
full participation from members.
Leaders of the various women's
activities and residences on cam-
pus will take part in informal dis-
,ussions on helping group members
to become better acquainted with
Rdstesses for Sunday's event.
are: Joan Mintzer, Lita Hagen,
Jo Weaver, Nan Holman and Rho-
da Niehberger. The list continues
with: Sue Kerner; Ann Mauer,
Renee Pregulman, Holly Herr and
Jo Collins is general chairman
of the central committee planning
the program. Assisting her are:
Phoebe Coe, Eleanor Doersam and
Second "Friday Frolic"
Will Be Held at WAB
The second "Priday Frolic" will
be held from E to 12 p.m. today
at the WAB.
Activities of the evening take
the form of an open house to
which All students are invited.
The evening's program is spon-
sored by the Women's Physigal
ON T HE IHOUSE
By JO KETELHUT
Still in the midst of a time-consuming rushing period, many
of the fraternities have scheduled record dances tomorrow night,
leaving big theme parties for future, less crowded weekends.
DANCING TO THE MUSICAL notes pf Tommy Dorsey, Vaughn
Monroe and Ralph Flanagan-on records-will be the Phi Gams,
Sigma Phis, Delta Chis, Phi Deltas, Chi Phis, Lambda Chis, Theta
beltis and Alpha Delts.
"SIGMACHIKIBEACH," complete with swaying palms, sarongs,
and grass skirts will set the scene for the Sigma Chi.Hawaiian party'
tomorrow night. A rubber raft will provide a safe transportation for
the Sigs and their Dottie Lamours across a wave rocked sea (flooded'
front porch). Bill Kline and his orchestra will play for the beach-
TRIANGLE BRAVES will escort their squaws to the Triangle
teepee tomorrow night for an Indian war dance following the gridiron
fight. "The scalp'punch is guaranteed to blow your top," says Chief
BUFFET LUNCHEONS before and after the game have been
planned by the hungry Delts. A record dance for actives and alums
A FULL WEEKEND of parties has been slated for the Phi Delta
Phis. Tonight's dance will be held to perpetuate the tradition of
Eleazar Wheelock and in honor of friends and relatives who studied
at Dartmouth. A party to bury the spirit of Eleazar Wheelock has
been planned for tomorrow night. A buffet dinner Sunday will bid
adieu to a very social weekend.
A TV PARTY will 'be the Sunday entertainment for the Delta
Sigma Deltas and their dates. A buffet supper and record dance will
take place at the house tomorrow night.
THE PHI SIGMA DELTAS will be back in their second childhood
tomorrow night at a kindergarten party. Lollypops, ice cream and
cake will keep the "kiddies" in the best of spirits.
A GUESSING CONTEST will tax the imaginations of the Kappa
Nus and their dates when they come tomorrow night dressed for a
"favorite thing" party. Sculptures and silhouettes will provide the
decorations and material for more guessing.
WITH A BURST of goodwill spirit, the Pi Lambda Phis have
invited nine neighboring fraternities to an open house tonight. The
party will also be in honor of the new initiates.
THE ANN ARBOR GIRLS' CLUB will hold an open, open house
after the game until 6 p.m. tomorrow at 1015 Packard St.
RECORD DANCES will also take place at Alpha Rho Chi, Acacia,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Chi Sigma, Theta Xi, Phi Alpha Kappa,
Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Tau,
Sigma Nu, Trigon and Phi Sigma Kappa.
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