_________ THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Be Staged
At East Quad
Frosh Weekend To Highlight
'Injunity', 'Newsy' Atmosphere
ATO VERSUS SIGMA NU:
'Blackfoot Ball' To Be Presented at Unioi
Maize . .
Dance Will Feature
Three Bands; Scene
Johnny Harberd, Al Chase and
!Bob Elliot will provide the music
for the annual semi-formal East
Quad Ball to be- held from 8:30 p.0
m. to midnight Saturday.
Decorations have been planned
to carry out the "IDeep Venture"
theme, according to general chair-
man, Tony Ringold.
One dining room will be trans-
formed into a limestone cavern.
Lighted pillars will line the door-
ways. Murals with prehistoric writ-
ings and drawing will cover the
walls. The bandstand will be con-
verted into a sunken cavern.
* *' *
A GOLD MINE is to be the idea
carried through in the second din-
ing room. The bandstand will con-
sist of a mine cart. A timbered en-
trance strung with lights will af-
ford# an opening into the room
which will be decorated with black
paper spotted with gold dust. Gold
spotlights will be used to intensify
The third band will play from
the hull of a sunken ship.
Through murals, the underwater
scheme will be achieved. The
fountain will be changed into a
Refreshments consisting of small
sandwiches and punch will be
served from a bar in the fourth
dining room. Checked table cloths,
candles, and waiters will help tQ
effect the New Orleans mood
which will prevail in this room.
* * * .
PAUL McDONOUGH will provide a
continuum of piano entertainment
in the refreshment room. Russ
Christopher and the "Novelaires"
will also appear in the floor show.
'rhe two main lounges will be
decorated to depict a batho-
sphere and a cave off a mine
shaft. All decorations will be in
keeping with the underground
It has been requested that
women attending the dance do not
Phil Van Houten, general ticket
manager, announces that dance
tickets are nov being sold at $3.
"Dance of the Ages" was the title
of 'last year's ball. It was preceded
by "International Affair." Pro-
grams 'will be designed in keeping
with the theme as has been true in
PENNIES FOR PHOENIX-Pat McLean and Agnes Waddell
present a $78 check to Mrs. John Selden Tennant II, co-chairman
of the Alice Lloyd Memorial of Phoenix Project. Pennies, tossed
into a wishing well on Senior Night by graduating coeds and
housemothers, formed the Phoenix donation. Miss McLean was
general chairman and Miss Waddell, ticket chairman of the
Senior Night festivities.
Annual Coed Softball Meet'
To Open WAA Spring Sports
'Injunity" will be in evidence at
the Maize Team's presentation of
Frosh Weekend, "Make Mine Moc-
casins," to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday in the League
Bright colored murals, made of
sheets, will decorate the Maize's
half of the ballroom. The murals,
100 feet long and measuring 11 feet
in height, will depict various scenes
typical of the life of the red man.
Construction of the giant figures,
painted in a style of primitive mod-
ern art, is under the leadership of
Marilyn Robbins, assistant'decora-
Three-dimensional teepees will
serve as doors through which the
cast of the floorshow will enter the
ballroom. At each end of the room
there will be an 11-foot war bird.
In front of the bandstand, there
will be a row of tomtoms, and
between the doors into the ball-
room, there will be a giant totem
Outside the door, giant mocca-
sins will give guests a hint of what
they will view upon entering the
The decorations committee has
been working for three weeks on
construction of the symbols, but
some of them are so large that they
will have to be constructed in the
Tickets for the dance, which are
priced at $1.50 per couple, will be
on sale throughout the week in the
League and Union and on the
Strictly on the "newsy" side will
be the Blue Team's presentation of
Frosh Weekend, "The Bit Scoop"
scheduled from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the League Ballrooi.
Depicting the inner workings of
a metropolitan newspaper, murals,
fashioned after the style of pages
of a newspaper, will cover the walls
of the Blue Team's half of the ball-
In addition, the committee mem-
bers are hoping that the League
will revise its rules and permit
"Scooper," their visitor from the
South to attend the dance.
To herald the big event, news-
boys and little boy blues will be
seen around the campus tomorrow.
In addition, newspaper hats will be
given out to all members of the
Blue Team"tomorrow,'and those
who do not receive one may pick
them up at the League.,
Carrying out the newspaper
theme, all tickets will be printed
in the style of press passes.
The "passes" may be purchased
all this week in the Union and
League. Priced at $1.50 per couple,
the tickets may also be purchased
on the Diag.
Music for "The Big Scoop", as
well as "Make Mine Moccasins,"
will be provided by Ted Smith. The
dances will be judged on the basis
'of ticket sales, decorations, floor-
show and ticket and program de-
Mysterious black feet will dec-
orate the Union Ballroom, when
the members of Alpha Tau Omega
present their annual "Blackfoot
Ball" from 9 p.m to midnight Fri-'
Hillel will sponsor a mixer at
8 p.m. Sunday at the Zeta Beta
Tau house, 1006 Washtenaw
Highlighting the evening will
be potato paicakes, which are
being served in honor of pass-
day in the building's main ball-
Gigantic black feet will be
placed around the walls of the
room giving the impression that
some African monster has, defied
the laws of gravity.
* * *
KEN NORMAN and his orches-
tra will provide the musical back-
ground for couples attending the
In addition to the ATO's,
members of Sigma Nu fraternity
will also attend the dance. Invi
tations have also been sent to
the presidents of all campu
dences and organizations.
The Sigma Nu's are trad
guests at the dance because a
original rivalry with the AT
An intermission entertai
program has been promis
general chairman of the
Dick Frank is handling tl
tertainment program, and 1
Hurhusky and Don Weir are
ing on the decorations. Othez
mittee members include Bill
and Ed Griffin.
invites you to
With spring in the air, one sees
many students out tossing soft-
With about 750 participants
making up 72 teams, WAA will be-
gin its annual coed softball tourna-
ment. The tourney will start to-
morrow and will include teams
from dormitories, sororities, and
Tournament rules require that a
minimum of seven and not more
than nine players be on the field
plus a scorer. Gameswill be played
in the afternoon and evenings at
Winning teams in the first round
of games will be in the 'A' tourna-
ment; losing teais in the 'B'
Since this is the only tournament
that depends on the weather, the
WAA hopes that teams will play
at the scheduled times whenever
possible to facilitate running off
Winners of last year's playoff's
were Mosher, Alpha Xi Delta and
Delta Delta Delta in first, second
and third places respectively.
The schedule for this week is as
TOMORROW at 5:10 P.M.-Del-
ta Gamma II vs. Stockwell III*
Cheever I vs. Delta Delta Delta I*,
Kappa appa Gamma II vs. Alpha
Xi Delta III*, Gamma Phi Beta II
vs. Martha Cook I*; AT '7 P.M.-
Hinsdale II vs. Jordan V*, Martha
Cook II vs. Zeta Tau Alpha I*.
Mosher I vs. Jordan I*, Alpha Kap-
pa Alpha I vs. Stockwell VII*.
TUESDAY AT 5:10 P.M.-Al-
pha Gamma Delta I vs. Delta
Gamma I*. Kappa Delta I vs. Sig-
ma Delta Tau I*, Pi Beta Phi III
vs. Jordan IV, Pi Beta Phi I vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta II*; AT 7:00
P7W.-Freeman vs. Stockwell IX*,
Chi Omega I vs. Mosher IV*, Jor-
dan III vs. Newberry III*, Sorosis
I vs. Henderson*.
WEDNESDAY AT 5:10 P.M.-
Alpha Omicron Pi II vs. Kappa
Delta II*, Stockwell I vs. Alpha
Omicron Pi III*, Alpha Chi Omega
II vs. Stockwell VIII*, Alpha Chi
Omega I vs. Alpha Delta Pi II*, AT
7:00 P.M.-Angell I vs. Stockwell
IV*, Chi Omega II vs. Barbour II*,
Mosher II vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-
THURSDAY AT 5:10 P.M.-
Stockwell II vs. Alpha Delta Pi I*,
Kappa Alpha Theta I vs. Alpha Xi
Delta I*, Sorosis II vs. Alpha Phi
I*, Kappa Alpha Theta II vs. Delta
Gamma III*; AT 7 P.M.-Klein-
stueck vs. Alpha Xi Delta II*, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma I vs. Jordan II*,
Alpha Omicron Pi I vs. Barbour I*,
and Newberry II vs. Palmer I*.
Starred teams will be responsible
for bases and home plate.
Golf Club-The club's reorgani-
zational meeting will be held at 5
p.m. Tuesday at the WAB. New and
old members are cordially invited.
Camp Counselor Club-Members
will take a bike hike to the Island
for a picnic. They will meet at 5:30
p.m. Tuesday in front of the WAB.
Bacon, eggs and utensils will be
furnished. Coeds will plan to bring
remainder of the meal and will
furnish their own bikes. In case of
rain, the picnic will be held at 6
p.m. at the WAB. After the picnic
campfire songs and games are
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