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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1950

Greene House
Will Present
HolidayDance
Stockings, Yule Log
To Set Festive Air
For Yletide Party
A "fireplace" doorway complete
with anticipatory stockings and
Yule log will greet the guests of
the fourth annual Greene House
Christmas Formal which will be
held Saturday.
Heralding the event as the dorm-
itory's big dance of the year, the
Greene House men will attempt
to reproduce t he traditional
Christmas scene with the use of
silhouette reindeer and Santa
Claus.
PINE BOUGHS will be abun-
dantly used to enhance the over-
all "winter scene" effect. Also, two
Christmas trees will be decorated
for the dance, and an old fashion-
ed grandfather's clock will be
pressed into service.
The Christmas Formal is tra-
ditionally a dance for alumni as
well as for residents, and once
again invitations have been sent
to Greene House graduates.
Music for the affair will be sup-
plied by Don Zill and his orches-
tr.
o * *
DURING THE intermission, the
guests will take over with group
singing of Christmas carols in the
lounge. The nucleus of the song-
sters will be "The Hungry Four"
-a quartet of Greene House men.
Rumors were being spread
throughout the Quad that the
whole affair is simply a publicity
stunt to emphasize the final "e"
In the spelling of "Greene."
These reports were strongly de-
nied, however, by social chairman
Stephen Stolton, '52E, and Bruce
Mase, '53Ed., general chairman of
the dance.
Others helping with the formal
are David Gordon, decorations;
Lawrence Lange, refreshments;
Alan Koski and Thomas Glover,
publicity; Eugene Lau, William
Laney and John Cornell, service;
and El Woodard, programs.
SAE Banquet
Shines Apples
For Members
SAE's have mastered the art of
"apple polishing."
Shining the most healthy-look-
ing apples they could find has
been the major activity at the Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon house for the
past few days as the men prepare
for their Apple-Polishers Banquet
tonight.
Each man in the fraternity has
invited a member of the faculty
to the banquet and will accompany
him throughout the evening's pro-
gram. Engraved invitations have
been sent to all the guests.
Reminescent of the little red
schoolhouse days, a large and well-
polished apple will appear at each
faculty place setting.
"The purpose of the dinner is
to promote better relations between
;he faculty and house members in
a more informal atmosphere than
is found in classrooms," said Jeff
Knight, '51. "Our professors and
instructors will also have an op-
portunity to observe the methods
of living and studying in a frater-
nity group."
The idea of holding an Apple
Polishers Banquet materialized at

Indiana University a few
years ago and spread to over 20
SAE chapters in the country. The
SAE chapter at the University
hopes that the custom will become
an annual event here.

TRAVEL SERVICE-From left to right are Doris Egan, Jennie
Quirk and Patricia Breon looking over posters and travel folders at
the League's newly organized travel service. Through the service
tours may be taken to any place in the world.
* * . *
MIGHTY TEMPTING:
New Travel Service Arranges
Tours to European Countries

The newly organized League Tra-
vel Service is featuring a special
tour to Europe for university stu-
dents.
The T r a v e l Service, which
opened a week ago, is located in
the lobby of the League from 3 to
6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
IT IS sponsored by the League
council and operated by student
volunteer workers.
The special European tour will
include visits to six countries,
England, Holland, Germany,
Switzerland, Italy and France.
It is estimated to cost $1094.
This also includes, in addition
to transportation, all tips to ho-
tel servants i n connection withI
room and restaurant service. All
meals are included while traveling
with the tour except lunches and
dinners during the stay in Paris
and London.
* * s
IF ONE PERSON is able to get
25 other people to take the tour,
he may also take the tour with
ail expenses paid except for trans-
po: natior from his home to the
point of departure.
If heddoesnot wish to take
the tour, he may take just the
transportation over and back to
Europe.
If he does not wish to take eith-
er the trip or the tour, the other!
25 people may divide the cost for
the tour among themselves.
* * *S
PASSAGE to Europe will be on
the S.S.. Neptunia, leaving. from
New York June 29. It will return
on August 28.
.Featured by the tour will be
visits to the Hague, Cologne,
Heidelburg, Munich, Venice,
Florence, Naples, Pompeii, the
Isle of Capri, Genoa, Nice, Mon-
te Carlo, Paris and London.
Tours to any place in the world

may also be arranged through t f
service
A 25 dollar deposit is requir
at the time of application, but
reftuni.ble up to 60 days befo
the tour begins.
Society Holds
State Meeting
Members of the University
chapter of Motar Board, nation
honor society for senior wome
sponsored a State Day Saturday
Representatives from the Mich
gan State, Albion and Wayne Mo
tar Board chapters visited Ann A
bor to discuss campus projects ar
activities with University men
bers.
Following a luncheon at ti
League discussions were held ar
the next annual State Day w,
planned.
Margo F. Baas, section directo
was present at the Saturday mee
ing and at a regular Universi
Mortar Board meeting Sunday.
Mrs. Baas, formerly was cor
nected with the Dean of Women
Office at Purdue, and is activei
many women's organizations.
Dr. Campbell Attends
Washington Conferenc
Dr. Laurie Campbell, associal
professor of the Physical Educ
tion Department for Women, is9
Washington D.C. where she is a
tending the mid-century Whi
'House Conference on children an
youth.
The conference represents a nE
tional attempt to improve chi
welfare. Youth problems will 1
studied and discussed.

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