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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, x950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"PAGE "IVE

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1950 PAG!~ flV1~

Michigan League Will Open*
Student Travel Service Bureau
Special Tour to Seven European Countries
Will Be Handled through Detroit Agency

Engagement Announced

"Where in the world do you
want to go?"
The Michigan League will open a
travel service Tuesday, Nov. 28,
for the benefit of University stu-
dents. It will be operated by volun-
teer workers.
THE SERVICE will be located in
the lobby of the League from 3 to
6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
The tours, which may be taken to
any place in the world, will be
handled through a Detroit travel
agency.
Featured for college students
will be a special tour to Europe
designed to include visits to sev-
en countries: England, Holland,
Germany, Austria, Italy, Switz-
erland, and France. All types of
transportation may be chosen.
If one person is able to get 25
other people to take the tour, he
may also take the tour himself
with all expenses paid except for
transportation costs from his home
to the point of departure.
* * *
A 25 DOLLAR deposit is re-
quired at the time the order for a
tour is placed. All payments are re-
fundable up to 60 days before the
tour is scheduled to begin.
The travel service will be di-
University Wives' Club
To Discuss Yule Gifts
University Wives' Club of Willow
Run will meet at 8 p.m. today at
the University Community Center.
Santa's Secrets will be revealed
and budget gift suggestions and
gift wrappings will be discussed.
Following the meeting refresh-
ments will be served.

rected by the League Council
and the League president, Jen-
nie Quirk. Yvonne Johnson will
be in charge of student workers.
Any additional information
about the tours may be obtained
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League before the travel service
opens Nov. 28.
Game Officials
Discuss Rules
Since there is a shortage of
women basketball officials to of-
ficiate at women's high school
games throughout the state, na-
tionally rated women officials have
been invited to speak at regional
rules meetings held by the Michi-
gan High School Athletic Associa-
tion.
Among those who are speaking
are Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss
Ruth Harris of the Women's
Physical Education Department.
During the week they have spo-
ken at meetings held in Port
Huron, Bay City, Mt. Pleasant,
Flint and Hillsdale.
Their purpose is to explain the
rules of women's basketball to the
men who will officiate at women's
games. They answer questions
about personal and technical fouls,
the limited dribble and explain the
differences in the blocking rule.
JGP Committee
Members of the publicity
committee of JGP will meet at
4 p.m. today in the League.

Wedding Bells
Sound at Last
For Lii'_Abner-
Sadie Hawkins Nabs
Her Eligible Bachelor
At TEKE Festivities
By JO KETELHUT
Lil' Abner may still be on. the
loose in the Dogpatch world cre-
ated by cartoonist,. Al Capp, but a
speedy and determined Sadie Haw-
kins successfully nabbed her man
in front of the Teke house Satur-
day night:
In fact, Marryin' Sam (Angie
Agnello in baggy pants and zoot
suit jacket) performed a record
numbervof "hitcliings" that night
as triumphant coed "Sadies"
dragged their reluctant but re-
signed Romeos to the pulpit..
* * *

Honorary

Societies

\ . .--

BRIDE-TO-BE-Mr. and Mrs. William Klafer were hosts at a
reception at their home in Detroit at which they announced the
engagement of their daughter, Marilyn,to Gerald Gordon, son
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Gordon also of Detroit. Miss Klafer
is a senior in the School of Education and is a member of Phi
Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Theta, and Senior Society. Mr. Gordon
is a graduate of the University and is affiliated with Pi Lambda
Phi. A wedding date will be set after Miss Klafer's graduation in
February.
FIRE AWAY:
WAA RIFLE Club To Form

F '

1JO DAYS LEFT
to order
CHRISTMAS CARDS
imprinted with your name
and
Or up
Ulrich's Book Store
'- ey I

IT PAYS TO PARTICIPATE:

Reward Active Women

-"Ready, fire!"
Organizational meeting of the
WAA Rifle Club will be held at
7:30 p.m. today at the WAB.
Coeds are asked to use the side
entrance.
No previous experience is neces-
sary for membership. Beginners
are we'tcome. Instruction will be
available. The club provides rifles,
shells, and targets.
* * *
ALREADY club manager Gracia
Whitworth has received about
thirty challenges from clubs all
over the nation6 These challenges
take the form of postal matches.
The tern highest scores are
taken each week, are certified by
faculty members, and are sent
by mail to clubs in the match.
Challenges come from the Uni-
versity of Hawaii, from Mass.,
Ohio State, Calif., Wyoming, and
others.
* *
LAST YEAR club activities in-
cluded a shoulder. to shoulder
match with the campus men's

team, plus postal matches, and, of
course, practice.
The club is a member of the Na-
tional Women's Intercollegiate
Rifle Division of the National
Rifle Association.
Free Dance Scheduled
At Union Tomorrow
Students do not need to leave
Ann Arbor this year to get into the
holiday mood.
A free record dance will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
in the Union Ballroom for those
men andwomen who are unable
to go hone 'for Thanksgiving:
Chuck Hoefler will serve as the
'disk-jockey for the ;evening.
Chairman of the' record "dance,
Jeri: MeVhi men, promises that the
dance"e will not cost one red cent."
The pre-holiday affair is a date
dance and not a mixer.
Come-as-you-are attire will be
in keeping with the informal at-
mosphere of the dance.

LINING UP at the corner of Hill
and Church Sts. at 8:30 p.m., the
eligible TKE bachelors led the
marriage-minded coeds in a furi-
ous but futile chase to the finish
line (living room of the TKE
house). Dogpatch males caught be-
fore reaching Bachelor's Bottle-
neck (the front door) lost their
freedom, and were firmly escorted
to the altar with the clang of wed-
ding cowbells ringing in their ears.
There, -the corn-fed couples
had their choice of Marryin'
Sam's extra-special $2 ceremony
or the economical $1 variety.
Following the classic November
race, Old Man Mose wandered
hither and yon with predictions of
things to come and offered some
real earthly humor while the
fiendish Scraggs terrorized the
Dogpatch residents with water-
guns and cap pistols.
* .* *
IN CELEBRATION of the mo-
mentous event, an Offishul Dog-
patch Tromp (square dance) was
held for all the happily married
couples. Having turned the Teke
house into a miniature Dogpatch
the blissful maidens and their
burlap-clad men gaily "tromped"
among flying saucers, tumbled-
down shacks and barnyard ani-
mals.
Skonk fur hats, shmoo key
rings, cob pipes, polka dot
blouses and fringed skirts com-
pleted the Sadie Hawkins Day
setting.
Available Jones set up his shop
in the hall and greeted Dogpatch
inhabitants with his usual offers,-
"Introduckshuns-Desireable Gals,
10c; Michigan coeds, 3c;" "I'll do
anything for a price;" "Will any-
body be sad"when "you go? I'll cry
at your funeral-50c"
Pledges dressed as "kigmys". as-
sisted Hairless Joe and Lonesome
Polecat in the brewing of the Kick-'
a-poo Joy, Juice which sparked
with varnish, paint and dead rats.
Steam and circles of smoke poured
forth from the huge vat contain-
ing the brew.
In the midst of all the fanfare,
the Teke hillbilly quartet com-
posed of Bob Holm, John Karcis,
Ronald DeBona and Hal Campbell,
rendered a few mountain melodies.

By JANICE JAMES
Many a word of explanation has
been written concerning the vari-
ous phases of feminine activities
on campus, but now comes the
time for a revelation of the glory
that comes after the work-thet
women's honorary societies.
New on campus and .a: bit be-
wildered by the immensity of it
all, freshmen women seldom rea-1
lize that there is an honor society,.
Alpha Lambda Delta, which hon-
ors those of their class who have
mounted up a 3.5 average during
their first semester on campus.
INITIATED in the spring, the
members of this group are 'active1
for only a year. Those members
who manage to maintain a 3.5
average for their four years on
campus, receive a certificate. of
honor upon graduation.
Members may be recognized
by their pin, a small gold lamp
symbolizing the lamp of learn-
ing.
Sophomore women who are out-
standing in scholarship, campus
activities and leadership arehon-
ored each spring by Wyvern, all
campus honorary society. Women
possessing the necessary qualifi-
cations, which include' an average
.3 of a point above that of the
all-campus women's average, are
tapped by the old members
THE incumbents march through
dormitories and sorority houses
singing their traditioial song,
"Damn, damn, damn to Michi-
gamua," when they tap new 'mem-
bers.
New Wyverns may be recog-
nized by the brown skirts, yel-
low blouses and- hair ribbons
which they wear the day after
tapping.1 1
Initiation services .are held at
the League and new initiates are
presented with yellow roses.
* *' *
SYMBOL of the group is a gold'
pin with a "W" raised on its face.
At present the society is planning
a concert record series which will
feature selections desired by the-
majority of students.
Women who have maintained
an average .3 of a point above
that of the campus women's
average and who are outstand-
ing in service and leadership,
are eligible for membership in
Mortarboard, the national wom-
en's senior: honor society. Both
affiliated and':Independent worn-
en comprise the group
Singing "Thy Ideals," the grad-
uating membes'ta new oies each
spring after closing hours in the
residence hals and soority houses
* * *
ON THE I AY after tapping, the
future members may be seen
around campus wearing their tra-
ditional mortarboards. Because the
tapping usually takes place on a
Thuisday night; initiation services
are held on the following Sunday
morning 'in' the chapel of' the
League.
Members who wear the sym-
bolic pin of a small black and
gold mortarboard, annually
sponsor the coed-bid pay-off

dance given shortly after J-Hop.
They also serve as ushers at the
marriage lecture series and
watch the ballot boxes in cam-
pus elections.
Oldest of all the women's hon-
orary groups on campus is Senior
Society which each semester hon-
ors independent women outstand-
ing in leadership and service and
possessing a scholastic average
equal to or above the all-campus
women's average.
* * *
'ESTABLISHED in 1906, the so-
ciety taps its new members on In-
stallation night in the. spring, at
Fortnight ceremonies or after clos-
ing hours in the fall.
At this time, future members
are 'presented with a scroll of
membership. On the day follow-
-ing tapping, they may be recog-
nized by the white collars and
blue bows , which they sport on
campus.
Initiation services are held in the
chapel of the League with the old
members wearing their traditional
black gowns. New members are
given yellow roses and their names
are inscribed on a yellow moire
ribbonwhich bears the names of
all past members of the organiza-
tion
* * *
AMONG THE group's main pro-
jects are selling boutonnieres for
Assembly Ball, annual coed-bid
dance given by independent won-
en, and ushering at Fortnight.
Members may be recognized
by their 'rectangular black and
goldpin which bears the gold
letters "SS."
. On Installation night- each
spring, affiliated women are
tapped for membership in Scroll,
which honors seniors outstanding
in leadership .and service and pos-
sessing a high scholastic average.
BLUE SKIRTS and sweaters,
ahd 'scrolls around the neck, con-
stitute the costume of future mem-
'bers the day after tapping.

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Symbol of membersiip is a
small gold scroll suspended from
a chain around the neck.
The task of combining activities,
leadership, service and. scholar-
ship may seem, an impossibility to
many students, but the very exis-
tence of these honor societigs, and
their standards and ideals offers,
prove that 'the combination can
be both very successful and worth-
while.

AT ALL DRUG COUNTERS.

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prene crepe.

DAILY OFIALBULLETIN

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Square Dance Group: Lane Hall,
7 p.m..
S. R. A. Executive Committee:
Lane Hall, 5 p.m.
Coming Events
Canterbury Club: 'Wed., 7 a.m.,
Holy Communion followed by Stu-
dent Breakfast.
Thurs., 9 a.m., Holy Commun-
ion; 6 p.m., Thanksgiving Dinner
at Canterbury House; phone 2-
4097 for reservations.
Westminster Guild: Wed. Tea
and Talk, Russel Parlor, First
Presbyterian Church, 4-6 p.m.,
Wed., Nov. 22.
Wesley Foundation: Do-Drop-In,
Wed., Nov. 22, 4 p.m.
WAA Square and Folk Dance
Club: Special Thanksgiving Eve
Dance, 8 p.m.-12 midnight, Wed.,

Nov. 22, Waterman Gym. Every-
one welcome.
Tau Beta Sigma: No meeting
Wednesday.
Thanksgiving Day Breakfast at
Lane Hall, Fireside Room, 9 a m.
All interested students are invited,
reservations to be made at Lane
Hall by Wednesday noon.
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i Remember, Balfour prices are nationally- ad-
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invariably crave
sweets . . . here's why!
They burn e n e r g y
through activity.
and sugar is a source
of new energy .. thus
an athlete* c r a v e s
sweets. You, too, burn
energy, even at cram-
- = ming -sessions-or some
other endeavor. Enjoy-
aGOOD sweet ... the

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