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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FITE

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Dance At IM
Will Follow
Gridiron Game
Thornhill To Provide
Musical Background
For M' Homecoming
Featuring the musical notes of
Claude Thornhill and his orches-
tra, the 1950 annual Homecoming
dance will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday in the IM Build-
ing.
The dance, which has been nam-
ed "Autumn Maize," is informal
and all-campus.
Corn husks, pumpkins, apples
and a large yellow moon will set
the mood for the fall theme. The
bandstand will be decorated, in
brilliant autumn colors. Cider will
also be served to the dancers.
* P* *
HOMECOMING CUPS will be
awarded to the winning houses
during intermission. Programs de-
signed to feature the theme will
be given to each couple.
Coeds are requested not to
wear flowers at the dance. ate
permission has been granted for"
the occasion.1
Thornhill, who is rated as hav-
ing one of the outstanding or-
chestras of the year, presents a
varied dance program which is in-
tended to appeal to every kind of
music lover. He plays some hot
and fast music mixed with the
slow, sentimental numbers.
TICKETS ARE on sale at the
Administration Building from 1
to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day. They may also be purchased
from any student legislature mem-
ber.
The dance, which is sponsored
by the Student Legislature, has
been an annual event following
the Homecoming football game for
many years.
Committee for the dance in-
cludes: Hugh Greenberg, general
chairman, Nancy Coleman, deco-
rations; John Osmundsen, refresh-
ments; Herb Ruben, tickets; James
Moran, publicity; Judy Sinclair,
patrons; Jeri Rich, programs, and
Bob Vogt, buildings and grounds.
Group To Hold
SocialToday
Welcoming all women interested
in intercultural living, the men's
International House, 915 Oakland,
will be hosts at an open house
social at 4 p.m. today.
A women's International House
is being -planned, and should be
completed by the spring semester
or next fall at the latest.
The present committee for the
women's house includes Ann Cot-
ten, '52, Rosemary Jones, '51, Bet-
sy Ross, '51, and wilma Wallace,
'51.
The group hop' to enlarge their
membership so that interested wo-
men become acquainted with each
other and with the plans for the
new house.
New Officers Conduct
Wyvern Honor Society
Tuesday's wyvern honorary so-
ciety meeting was copducted by
sew officers who were elected last

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The officers are: Carol Eagle,
president; Betty Bridges, secre-
tary; Bev Clarke, treasurer; and
Elaine Benjamen, special projects
chairman.

COEDS CAN SING TOO:
Sorority Serenaders Answer
Fraternity Call At Rushing

By MAD DAVIS
"Turn about is fair play," was
the statement most frequently
heard in fraternity houses during
their rushing season.
Several sororities were asked to
have their members exercise their
vocal chords by serenading the
fraternities during rushing.
* * *
THE COEDS replied to most of
the requests in the affirmative,
and sallied forth between 7 and 9
p.m. to give their all.
SOME OF THE SORORITIES,
once out in the cool, if brisk and
slightly damp, evening air, decided
they were having a tremendous
time, and serenaded a few lucky
fraternities unexpectedly.
Response to these impromptu
-or otherwise-song fests was
amazing to the women.
The Thetas went to serenade
the Chi Phis, and on their way
back home, dropped in to give the
SAE's and the Phi Delts a thrill.
All of the fraternities answered
with a song of their own, usually
their sweetheart song.
SORORSIS AND ALPHA CHI
serenaded the Chi Phi house. The
Alpha Chis went on to sing to The-
,a Chi and ATO.
One of the songs the men lik-
ed best, the coeds reported, was
a number entitled "My Michi-
gan Man." Man's ego is a won-
derful thing.

As yet, the sororities have not
heard whether or not there were
good results from their efforts.
However, they predict that this
year more men will be affiliated
than ever before.
independents'
Fortnite Skits
To Beuded
"They eyes of Assembly are up-
on you," state the co-chairmen of
that group's annual presentation
of Fortnite, Helen Yeager and
Martha Tompkins.
All dormitories and independent
women's residences produce five-
minute skits at this event, which
will take place at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day, October 23, in Pattengill Audi-
torium.
General theme for this year's
Fortnite is "The Eyes Have It."
Decorations and programs will fol-
low this theme.
Each skit is written, produced
and directed by the coeds in their
respective dormitories. Originality
and presentation will be the pre-
dominant factors in judging the
short plays.
Scholarship and activity awards
will also be presented to winning
houses.

BALLET CLUB-Dorish Marsh, John Chiapuris, and William Nye,
ballet club members, are shown displaying their dance ability. The
co-recreational club will hold its organizational meeting at 7 p.m.
tomorrow at Barbour Gym Dance Studio.
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Bowling Club-An organization-
al meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
Monday at the WAB. Instruction
will be given. Bowling shoes are
not necessary. All interested coeds
are cordially invited to attend this
meeting.
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Officials Club-A demonstration
of volleyball officiating signals and
practice will be given to club mem-
bers. at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
WAB.
* * *
Speedball-Soccer Club - Mem-
bers will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow
at the WAB. Weather permitting,
they should be prepared to play.
Teams will be made up and regu-
lar positions will be given.
* * *
Golf Club-Members will meet
at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB.
Tennis Club-All women wish-
ing to join the Tennis Club may
meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the ten-
nis courts at the WAB.
* * *s
Coaches Club - Members will
meet at 5p.m. Wednesday at the
WAB and will practice in methods
of serving in volleyball.
* * *
Volleyball Tournament - the
schedule for the week is Monday at
5:10 p.m.-Cheever II vs. Mosher
V; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta
Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha Delta Pi
I vs. Stockwell II; Beal House vs.
Stockwell III; at 8 p.m.-Klein-
strueck vs. Jordan III; Ann Arbor
Girls II vs. Stockwell IV.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Jordan
V vs. Collegiate Sorosis II; Stock-
well V vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma
II; at 7:15 p.m.-Delta Delta Delta
I vs. Alpha Gamma Delta II; Al-
pha Omicron Pi II vs. Collegiate
Prominent Hair Stylist
To Talk At Wives Club
"You, too, can be beautiful,"
will be the topic discussed by Ger-
ald Emiling, prominent hair styl-
ist, at the meeting of the Univer-
sity Wives Club of Willow Run at
8 p.m. Tuesday.
A question and answer period
will follow the talk. Refreshments
will be served.

Sorosis I; at 8 p.m.-Palmer House!
vs. Alpha Omicron Pi I; Alpha
Phi III vs. Stockwell VI.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alphaj
Epsilon Phi I vs. Alpha Phi I; Al-
pha Delta Pi III vs. Pi Beta Phi
III; at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell XI vs.
Chi Omega II; Gamma Phi Beta
II vs. Mosher III; at 8 p.m.-/ 1
Arbor Girls I vs. Mosher IV; Jor-
dan II vs. Chi Omega III.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. - Zeta
Tau Alpha vs. Barbour II; Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Kappa Delta
II; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Gamma
Delta I vs. Barbour III; Stockwell
XV vs. Gamma Phi Beta I; at 8
p.m.-Henderson :louse vs. Delta
Zeta I.
All cancellations must be made
by noon Monday at Baraour Gym.
The team cancelling the game,
should call the team which they
are scheduled to play.
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of the Sophomore Cabaret
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tomorrow in the League.

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