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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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nion Invites
Coeds To Give
JGP Preview-
Annual Open House
To Feature Sports,
Display by Michifish
It'll be a great day for the wo-
men at the Union Open House to
be presented from 1 to 5 p.m. to-
morrow.
With every corner of that male
stronghold open to feminine curi-
osity, the Union will break tradi-
tion by presenting a preview of
this year's JGP, "It's the Payoff."
PRESENTING students with the
opportunity to take a look at dance
and songnumbers from the show,
-the preview will be held from
2:45 to 3:10 p.m. and from 4:25
to 4:50 p.m. in the Union Ball-
room.
Women will also be featured
in the Union pool, when some of
the members of Michifish stage
two shows which are slated for
2:30 and 4 p.m.n
In between shows, students may
wander down to the North Lounge
where a mixer, featuring the mu-
sic of the Art King Combo, will
be held.
THE MIXER is scheduled from
3 to 5 p.m., and hostesses will be
provided by the League.
Students may also meander
throughout the Union exploring
the Student Offices, Interfra-
ternity Office and even the
Tower!
They may also take in the all
campus singles bowling finals to
~'be held from 1 to 3 p.m., and the
pool, billiard and ping pong
championships, scheduled at 3 p.m.
Those who prefer to glimpse the
more scientific subjects, may .do
so at the General Motors "Pre-
view of Progress" to be staged
from 1:45 to 2:35 p.m. and from
3:30 to 4:20 p.m. in the Union
Ballroom.

PATRICIA FULLER
* * * *
Engagements f Coed TId

ON THIE HOUSE
By NAN TAYLOR
"Faith, an' it's the wearing of the Green" that will be seen at many
parties this weekend.
Shamrocks, clay pipes and the "blarney stone" will set the Irish
mood as coleens and buacailli-that's Gaelic for "boy"-toast the
memory of old St. Patrick in green punch.
"The luck of the Irish" will prevail at Chi Phi, Phi Tau, Sigma
Nu, Phi Gam, Zeta Psi,Phi Delta Phi, Tyler House, Allen Rumsey-
Wenley, Zeta Tau Alpha, Couzens Hall and Alpha Epsilon Iota, hon-
orary music sorority.
* * * *
IN A MORE SOMBRE VEIN, ATO and Phi Rho Sigma will hold
funeral wakes for another famous Irishman, Paddy Murphy. Coffins
and other appropriate decoration will invade the houses on this "sad"
occasion..
* * * *
IN KEEPING WITH the Irish spirit, Delta Sgma Phis will enter-
tain their dates at "Club Shamrock" casino.
FRANCE, TOO, seems to provide a popultr party theme. Kappa
Sig, Phi Delt and SAM will turn their houses into replicas of "'gay
Parle."
* . * *
"BUCK ROGERS" and life in 2500 A.D. will provide the back-
ground for the Acacia "space-ship" party. Couples will wear costumes
that they feel would be appropriate to this future age.
* * * *
"UNDERWORLD CHARACTERS" and their "gun-molls" will take
over the Tau Delta Phi "club house" Saturday night with a "welcome
home party for a big-time gangster who just got out of jail."
IMAGINATIONS are being put to work by SAEs and their dates
as they try to figure out how to dress like their favorite "suppressed
desires."
SIG EPS' "Beaux's Art's" party will also put ingenuity and
uniqueness to the test. Costumes are to depict artists or their arts.
* * * *
DELTA SIGMA DELTA couples will stroll down "Bowery Lane"
at the fraternity costume party tomorrow night.
IT WILL BE a "do-se-do with your partner" at the Phi Sigma
Kappa and Phi Alpha Kappa square dance parties this weekend.
* * * *
IN A "DOWN ON THE FARM" atmosphere Alpha Sigs and their
dates will attend a real old-fashioned country social-complete with
Bingo, and Roulette and other appropriate games.
"DOGPATCH DAZE" will set the mood for the Sigma Phi party to
which "Lil' Abner, Daisy Mae, Pansy and Pappy Yokum" and all their,
friends and neighbors have been invited.
* * * * *
THE "JOLLY ROGER" will fly over the "good ship Alpha Gam"
as the sorority members and their escorts live the life of pirates.
* * * *
FORMALS WILL WHIRL at the Delta Gams' annual pledge formal
this weekend.
* * * *
IT'S PLEDGE FORMAL TIME at Alpha Kappa Kappa, too. Al
Chase's orchestra will set the musical mood for the dance.
* * * *
BETSY BARBOUR will hold an open-open house Sunday after-
noon.
THERE WILL ALSO BE an open-open house Sunday at Alice
Lloyd for people who receive invitations.
RECORD DANCES are the thing this weekend at Delta Tau Delta,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Chi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Delta Phi,
Kappa Nu, Beta Theta iP h,IP Sgma Delta and Victor Vaughn.

Group T0 Plan
Co-opHousing
Women interested in interna-
tional living will meet tomorrow
at the home of Mrs. Sibley Hoob-
ley.
Those women who are interested
in attending the social will meet
at the League at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Plans are now being made for
an international house to be run
on a semi-cooperative basis to be
open next fall. Plans will be dis-
cussed for, this house at the so-
cial.
T h e entertainment program
will consist of a piano solo by Vera
Coroton, a displaced student who
is supported by the League.
Valerie Cowen from Wales will
deliver a reading. With guitar ac-
companiments, Cris Christie will
sing a variety of folk songs.
Furthering the understanding
between American and foreign
students will be the aim of the in-
ternational house. Twenty - five
women will be able to live in the
house. Half this amount will be
American women students and
the other half will be foreign wo-
men students.

"Something old" will be the
theme of the "Little Club" to be
open to students from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight today in the second
floor dining room of the League.
Students attending this campus
nightspot may dance to such tunes
of past years as "Stardust" and
"My Blue Heaven." Bob Leopold
and his combo will provide the
music for this night of melodies
from recent years.
In between dances, students may
join their friends at one of the
many tables surrounding the dance
floor or pay a visit to the refresh-
ment stand to be set up in the
club by the Association of Inde-
pendent Men.
In keeping with the practice of
big town nightclubs, the "Little
Club" will also stage a floorshow
for the entertainment of its pa-
trons. Featuring performers se-
lected from the student body, the
show will vary each week.
Every Friday the band also will
feature a special style of music
which so far has varied from ren-
ditions of the blues to this week's
trip down memory lane.

In answer to student requests,
there will also be Charleston num
bers each week, thus enabling
couples to take a try at the dances
popular twenty years ago.
Admission is $1 per couple until
10:30 p.m. after which the price
will be lowered to 74 cents.
Chaos Theme Prevails
At Guild Party Tonight
The Congregational, Disciples;
Evangelical, and Reformed Guild
will hold a "Chaos" party at 9 p.-
m. today at the Congregational
Church, 608 E. William St.
The party is being held to cele-
brate the new fouifd. unity of the
guild. The theme symbolizes the
chaotic disorganization of the
guild during recent dissention in
the ranks.
Featured at the party will be
personal "talent" games. These
will consist of potato carving con-
tests, finger painting, and "tall
tale" contests.
Rounding out the evening will
be square asid social dancing,

'

SOMETHING OLD:
Nightspot Open to Students

Coffee
To Be

Hour,
Given

Irish Ball
by Union

Fuller - Rhodes
The betrothal of Patricia Ful-
ler to Philip H. Rhodes, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Rhodes of
Pelham Manor, N.Y., has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray E. Fuller of Des Moines,
Iowa.
Miss Fuller,,.a graduate of Pine
Manor Junior College, Wellesley,
Mass., is a junior in the literary
college.
Mr. Rhodes is a special student
in naval architecture. He re-
ceived his bachelor's degree from
Harvard University.
Vial - Upton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Vial of
La Grange, Ill. have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Elizabeth Brooks, to Stephen
Edward Upton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred S. Upton of St. Joseph.

Miss Vial, a member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma, is a senior in edu-
cation school.
Mr. Upton is a graduate of the
School of Business Administration
and a member of Alpha Delta Phi.
* *' *
Mitchell Kleinpell
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Joan Mott
Mitchell,daughter of Mrs. Elsa
Mitchell of Bermuda and Hamish
Mitchell of New York, to Peter
Davenport Kleinpell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Kleinpell of
Flushing, Mich.
Miss Mitchell is a graduate of
Brearley, Foxcroft, and Edinburgh
College of Domestic Science. She
is affiliated with Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
Mr. Kleinpell, a member of Al-
pha Tau Omega fraternity, is
working on a master's degree in
business administration.

Today and tomorrow will be
event packed days for the Union.
With a Regents Coffee Hour
slatedhfrom 4 to 5:30 p.m. today
in Rooms K, L, M, and N, the Un-
ion will provide student leaders
and members of the Board of Re-
gents with an opportunity to dis-
cuss their mutual aims and prob-
lems onan informalandfriendly
basis.
Then from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow, the Union will hold its
r e g u 1 a r membership dance,
"Shamrock Shuffle." In honor of
the day of the Irish, St. Patrick's
Day, the event will follow a strict-
ly "dream of old Erin" the-e.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra,
who will provide the musical back-
ground for the affair, will play
some of the popular old Irish
tunes.
AEPi presents
GUNTHER
BDU
March 31

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Postponement
Wyvern's music hour, sched-
uled for this Sunday evening
has been postponed to the fol-
lowing Sunday.

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