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Town-Country Club Members
Offered Varied Sports Program

With snow comes thoughts of
skiing and tobogganing; spring
brings to mind hiking, bicycling,
and riding; while just plain bad
weather days can be brightened
by the cheerful aspects of a glow-
ing fire, hot chocolate, and per-
haps several square dance sets.
These are a few of the varied
activities possible for the newly
organized co-recreational Town
and Country Club, which replaces
the former WAA Outing Club.
The first all-campus meeting of
the club this semester is slated
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today
at the Women's Athletic Building.
'raking the form of a blue jeans
party, the combined indoor and
outdoor program will include
games, singing, square dancing
and refreshments. Ivan Parker will
call the dances.
All men and women students in-
terested in participating in a var-
iety of sports may join.
The Town and Country Club,
organized last Spring, was inau-
gurated after a poll conducted by
the Women's Athletic Association
disclosed that a large percentage
of students were interested in be-
longing to such an organization.
A group of students, responding
to invitations sent to every or-
ganized house on campus, met

several weeks ago to discuss plans
for the club at the new University
Golf Course Club House.
Athletic Director H. O. Crisler
has given the group permission to
use the Club House for future ac-
Hile T Give
H l e To'LotkIasParty
Lotkas will be the main re-
freshment at the all-campus Hillel
Lotka Party which will be held
from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday in
the WAB Lounge.
The Lotka is a pancake similar
to a dish made from potatoes.
Jeanie Rosen will make the Lot-
kas from a secret recipe.
"She has been offered a fortune
for this recipe," says Alden Harris,
Hillel publicity chairman. Harris
also stated that these Lotkas will
be the most delicious this side of
There will also be dancing and
party games at the party which
will be free to Hillel members and
25 cents to non-members.

Ca er's Clinic
Will Be Held
Instructors To Give
Officials Ratings
The Women's Department of
Physical Education will hold a
basketball clinic from 9:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Several Washtenaw county high
schools will participate. In the
morning a technique session will
be taught.
In the afternoon there will be
an officials rating session. Those
who wish to try for a national bas-
ketball officials rating may parti-
The clinic is open to those peo-
ple who are interested in obtain-
ing the national officials rating
in basketball. This rating will
make it possible for them to be-
come paid officials.
Basketball Club
All interested coeds are eli-
gible to join the WAA Basket-
ball Club which will meet at, 4
p.m. today in Barbour Gym-
Previousiexperience is not a


-Daily-Roger Reinke
Busy putting up figurines in a
Lloyd Hall lounge is Sue Kerner,
'53, chairman of the decorations
committee of Winterlace Ball.
The dance, annual winter for-
mal of the dormitory, will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight
today. Featured throughout the
Hall will be a. general Santa
Claus-winter theme. Ken Nor-
man's orchestra will provide the
music,.while a Lloyd Hall choir
will present special entertain-
ment during intermission. Tick-
ets will be on sale at the door.


set for the Parts Season


Pledge formals, like the perennial blanket of Ann Arbor snow,
will descend upon the campus this weekend as football frolics bow
"KNIGHTS AND DAZE" is the name chosen for the Zeta Psi
pledge formal tomorrow night. Peasants will peer in thy windows1
of the Zete castle as ladies-in-waiting and knights in armor dine andt
dance in the medieval banquet hall.
* * * *i
WILLOW RUN will be the scene of the ZBT "Flight Time
Take-off" (pledge formal) tonight where the 'world's only flying
paddle will make its trial run.
Landing will be made at the chapter house tomorrow night
when Z, B and T present "the greatest show on earth"--a giant circus
carnival. Zeta Beta Taus and their dates will walk through a canvasI
tent and clown's mouth into the sawdust-covered Big Top where1
they will be greeted by the sounds of calliope music and weirdly
laughing monstrosities. A tunnel of love, freak side show, gameI
booths and a pie-throwing concession will be some of the carnivalI
KAPPA SIGS will dance to the rhythms of Joe Fodder and his
orchestra at their pledge formal tomorrow.c
* * * *
BUNSEN BURNERS, distilling flasks and all the apparatus ofI
a chemist's laboratory will set the scene for Alpha Chi Sigma's "Al-I
chemists Ball" tomorrow night. Al Chase and his men will provide the{
musical background for the pledge formal.
ALPHA RHO CHIS will brave the winter weather tomorrow when
they depart for higher altitudes and a tobogganing party.
THE LIFE OF the new workers paradise of Phi Rho Sigma will
be described at their Communist Revolution party tomorrow night.
Following their secession from campus, the house will hold an official
election and a trial for the capitalists. A concentration camp will be
set up to take care of the "uncooperative" members.
* * * *
FIVE CHIPS AND A CHIRP will play at the Phi Kappa Sigma
pledge formal, which will revolve around a Christmas theme.
* * * *
and roses of Pasadena" is a phrase describing the setting for Chi Phi's
pledge formal tomorrow. Festivities will begin with a dinner at the
Farm Cupboard.
S * * *
DELTA SIGMA DELTAS will be swinging their partners at their
house tomorrow night at a gala old fashioned square dance.
TOGAS AND SANDALS will be the accepted attire for Kappa Nu's
"Cena Romana" banqiuet tomorrow. The house will be decorated to
resemble a Roman villa for the occasion.
S* s s
"RHAPSODY IN ROSES" is the theme selected for the Phi
Sigma Delta winter formal tomorrow. All thoughts of sleet and
snow will be forgotten when the men and their dates enter the Rose
Bowl (Union Ballroom) and find all the atmosphere of a football
field. Yardmarkers, goalposts, silhouettes of gridiron stars and a
giant "M" trophy will give an authentic touch.
A RIP-ROARING Western party will take place at the Chi O
house tonight, complete with barbeques, square dancing and a hay-
strewn atmosphere.
"CALIFORNIA, HERE WE COME" will be the cry of Adelia
Cheever coeds at their Rose Bowl celebration party tomorrow night.
A K PSI MUGS will be given as favors at their formal honoring
pledges tomorrow night. The dinner and dance will take place at the

Loss of Poster
Grieves Coeds
Soph Cab Requests
Return of Bayou Sign
A few tears of frustration are
being shed by sophomore women
this week.
Cause of all the consternation
is the loss of an elaborate three-
dimentional poster advertising
"Bewitched Bayou," the 1950 Soph
Cab production which will be pre-
sented December 8 and 9.
The poster made its first ap-
pearance on the campus Tuesday
but enjoyed a short stay, as it was
mysteriously missing from its
place on the diag the next morn-
ing. Evidently, believe the sopho-
more coeds, some student grew
tired of looking at the four bare
walls of his room.
Beverly Arble, poster chairman
of Soph Cab, worked for months
designing and constructing the
poster. Spanish moss was sent
from Florida to give an authentic

touch to the sign which described!
the Louisiana swamp setting of
Soph Cab.


IZFA Hosts
Seminar Here
The University chapter of the
Intercollegiate Zionist Federation
of America will be host to the an-
nual IZFA regional seminar this
weekend. Elihu Katz, national
president, and Hav Soloff, nation-
al vice-president, will attend the
Following Friday evening serv-
ices an Oneg Shabbath program
will be presented at 7:30 p.m. to-
night at Lane Hall. Discussion
sessions from 1 p.m. to 5' p.m.
tomorrow at the League will fea-
ture talks by Baruch Levine, Zel-
da Cohen, Ray Soloff and Elihu
A square dance will be held at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lane Hall.
The closing session will be an
open meeting at 10:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the League.

Project Petitions
Senior Project petitions are
due at 5 p.m. today in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the Lea-





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IZFA: Oneg Shabbat, 8:45 p.m.,
Lane Hall. Everyone welcome. Op-
ening of Regional Seminar.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Extra
rehearsal at Hill Auditorium, 8 p.-
m. All members must be there.
Concert Saturday night.
Acolytes: Meeting, 7:45 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Bldg. Prof. Charles Hartshorne,
University of Chicago, will speak
on "Essence, Existence, and Ac-
University Museums: Subject of
the Friday evening program:
"Surveying the Natural Sciences."
Three films: "Development of a
Chick," "The Robin," and "What
is Science?" 7:30 p.m., Kellogg
Mathematics Journal Club: Dr.
J. L. Ullman will review a recent
Mathematics periodical. 3 p.m.,
Room 3001, Angell Hall.
Motion pictures: Four experi-
mental films from Cinema 16, New
York, at 7:30 and 9 p.m., Lane
Hall. Small admission charge.
Presented by Triton Film Society,

Party, Sat., Dec. 2, 8-12 midnight.
Instruction and entertainment. All
Catholic Latin-American students
and friends invited.
IZFA: Regional seminar: Ses-
sions, Sat., Dec. 2, 1 p.m., League.
Square Dance, Sat., 8:30 p.m.,
Lane Hall.
Tryouts for French Play: Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Dec. 4, 5, 6, from 3 to 5:10 p.m.,
rRoom 408, Romance Language
Scalp and Blade: Meeting, Sun.,
Dec. 3, 7 p.m., Room 3-A, Union.
Graduate Outing Club: Overnite
trip to Pinebrook Hostel, A.Y.H.,
South Lyon. Meet at Outing Club
room, Rackham, 12:45 p.m., Sat.,
Dec. 2. Cars returning before sup-
per, Sun., Dec. 3. Those who have
not signed up contact Jerry
Thompson-tel. 7858. No meeting
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 3.
International Center and Club
"Europa" is sponsoring a "Grand
Bal de Monte Carlo," Sat., Dec. 2,
8 p.m., Rackham Assembly Hall.
All students invited:ssAdmission
fee charged.

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KAPPA DELTA will entertain the Dysphasia Division of the
versity speech clinic from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at their house.



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German Coffee Hour:
p.m., League Cafeteria.


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white satin, black vel-
vet and silver brocade.


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Hostelers: Sports activities, in-
c I u d i n g badminton, volleyball,
handball, and swimming, will be
available for the club at 8 p.m.,
I.M. Bldg.
Coming Events
Wesley Foundation: M.SM. Con-
vocation Saturday. Speakers: Dr.
Hoover Rupert and Dr. Harold
Newman Club: Latin-American

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