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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ON THE IHIOUSE
By NAN TAYLOR
Again pledge formals head the list of social activities for the
weekend.
Alpha Chi Sigma will honor its pledges at a "Moonlight Cruise."
"Happy New Year's Eve for 1951 and %." That will be the theme
of the AEPi pledge formal. Couples will set their watches back half-
an-hour when they enter the house, so that at 11:30 standard time
they will celebrate arrival of this "new year" amid an appropriate
setting of balloons and confetti.
BY-GONE DAYS in the deep South will furnish the mood at the,
Zeta Psi dance.
A "Chinese Garden" will be the scene of the Alpha Epsilon Phi
formal. Carlton Ryding's orchestra will play for the event which is
to be held in the Union.
"East side, West side, all around the town ..." Members of Phi
Kappa Sigma and their dates will roam through the streets of New
y . York at tomorrow night's dance.
* * * *
FROM ANN ARBOR to Africa. Phi Gam couples will make that
trip this weekend when they will honor their pledges on a dry "Sa-
hara Sojourn."
Phi Delta Theta will hold its pledge formal in a "Deep Sea Fan-
tasy."

'BLACKFOOT BALL':
ATO To Hold Dance Tonight

It will be "whitefeet" versus
"blackfeet" at the traditional
"Blackfoot Ball" to be presented
by Alpha Tau Omego from 9 p.m.
to midnight today in the main ball-
room of the Union.
The blackfooted ATO's will play
hosts to their long standing rivals,
the whitefooted Sigma Nu's at the
annual dance. The rivalry began
many years ago when the two
fraternities were founded at Vir-
ginia Military Institute.
At this time, the ATO's were the
cadets required to wear black boots,
while the original Sigma Nu's wore

white ones. In honor of their
founders, the ATO's will wear
black shoes tonight, and the Sigma
Nu's will be seen sporting white
bucks.
To gain admittance to the dance,
the Sigma Nu's will also wear tiny
white paper feet in the lapels of
their tuxedos. These will serve to
carry out the rivalry of the two
groups which will also be depicted
by the decorations of the dance.
There will be gigantic black feet
around the walls of the ballroom.
Behind the bandstand, a gigantic
pot will by constructed in which
there will be a white foot.

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This will be a big weekend at the Kappa Nu house. Tonight the
pledges will entertain the actives at the circus.
The pledges of the fraternity will be guests of honor tomorrow
evening when it's "Blossom time in Paris." The 2000th birthday cele-
bration of this gay city will provide the theme of the decorations.
* * * * *
THETA CHI, Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Chi, Psi Omega, Tau Delta
Phi and Collegiate Sorosis will also be the scene of pledge formals.
Ghosts and goblins will make their appearance at the Alpha Sig-
ma Phi party.
Sigma Chis will hold their annual circus Party this weekend. A
buffet supper at the house will be followed by an evening under the
"Big Top." Couples will come dressed in costumes appropriate to the
atmosphere.
"Come dressed like a bottle of Hadacol, like you need Hadacol or
like'you had-a-cal" was the comment of Acacia's social chairman in
describing the party for Saturday night. Theme of the party?-
"Hadacol."
BOOK TITLES will provide the background for the Henderson
House social activities this weekend, and a checkered-table cloth at-
mosphere will set the mood.
Couples at Delta Sigma Phi will step into Davy Jones' Locker.
The world under the sea will highlight "Sailors' Ball," and costumes
for the evening will be related to scenes of the sea.'r
Willow Run Flight Room will be the scene of Lloyd House's "Run-
way Rendezvous," a spring formal.
It will be parents' weekend at .the ZBT house. Tomorrow night
parents and dates will get a "'postview" of Hillelzapoppin.
Alpha Rho Chi will present its traditional "Greenwich Village"
party this weekend. Couples will come dressed to represent song titles.
* * * *
SAE CHAPTERS at Michigan State, Bowling Green and Adrian
will be guests of the Michigan chapter at the annual Tri-state week-
end. A barn dance tomorrow night will climax the festivities.
"Open City" will be the theme of Allen-Humsey's "open" open
house.
Greene and Hayden Houses will hold an "open" open house to-
morrow afternoon.
Wives of Phi Rho Sigma members are busy planning a party for
the fraternity tomorrow evening.
"On a picnic we will go," will ring out tomorrow afternoon when
Chicago House will hold a picnic at the Fresh Air Camp.
* * *
SUNDAY AFTERNOON has been set for the Nelson House outing.
It will be record dance time at Lambda Chi, TKE, Beta Theta Pi,
Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma Delta, DU, Alpha Kappa Kappa, ATO,
Delta Tau Delta.
Tn place of the annual spring tea, Martha Cook residents will hold
an "open" open house Sunday afternoon.

-Daily-Roger Reinke
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE-Men of. East Quadrangle discuss
the possibilities of getting a date for their annual Ball," which
will be given tomorrow night at the dormitory. Judging from the
expressions of this casual group, the telephone will be the bearer
of good tidings.
Men o East Quad To Feature
Underground' Dance Saturday

SHORT OR FULL-LENGTH ...
the classic story of tailored
MATCHING ROBES AND PAJAMAS

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East Quad men will escort their
dates through underground en-
trances for the fifth annual ball to
be held from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night, tomorrow.
This ball, which will follow a
"Deep Venture" theme, is unique
in that it features three bands.
The music of Bob Elliot, Al Chase
and Johnny Harberd will be high-
lighted in three of the quadrangle
dining rooms.
* * *
DANCE DECORATIONS will de-
pict an underwater scene, a gold
mine and a limestone cavern.
Murals, lights, timbered effects and
figures wil be used to bring about
the desired mood.
The main lounges will be

turned into a bathosphere and a
mine shaft cave in conformance
to the underground mood, stated
Tony Ringold,general chair-
man.
Refreshments will be served in
a New Orleans "tavern" atmos-
phere in the fourth dining room. A
continuum of piano entertainment
will be provided by Paul McDon-
ough at the "tavern."
* * *
APPEARING in the floor show
will be Russ Christopher and the
"Novelaires."
Women attending the semi-
formal dance have been request-
ed by Ringold not to wear cor-
sages.

TRIMLY DESIGNED
tb fe~elyn Pearion

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Barristers To Sponsor Formal

Law students will shelve heavy
books Friday evening to revive
traditional rivalry and to have a
few last gay hours before the exam
period arrives.
"Crease Ball," which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the League
Ballroom, is a formal dance staged
annually for lawyers bystheBar-
risters, an honorary law society.
The ball has a long, tradition-
filled history, based on the rivalry
between lawyers and engineers
which began on campus many
years, ago. The riv Try has been
kept alive by the various stunts
staged each year.
Ken Norman and his orchestra
will not only set the musical pace
for -the ball, but will also provide
the intermission entertainment
Departing from the usual court-
room atmosphere, the decorations
for the dance will be entirely dif-
Golf Class
The first meeting of a special
short course in golf offered by
the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department will be held at
3 p.m. tomorrow at the WAB.
Interested coeds may register
Friday morning at Office 15,
Barbour Gymnasium.
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ferent than those which have been
traditionally used. Bert Bates, in
charge of decorations for "Crease
Ball," has sent to Europe for much
of the material that will be used
for the setting in the ballroom.
Tickets wil go on sale Monday
and may be obtained from mem-
bers of Barristers or at a sales
desk which will be set up, in
Hutchins Hall.
Coeds Pro mise
Big Weekend
Students will have an opportuni-
ty to choose between "The Big
Scoop" and "Make Mine Mocca-
sins" when the third annual Frosh
Weekend is presented from 9 p.m.
to midnight today and tomorrow
in the League Ballroom.
Starting off the weekend festivi-
ties will be the Blue Team's pres-
entation of "The Big Scoop" which
is slated for tonight.
Decorations for the "Scoop" will"
center around the various pages of
a newspaper, and the floorshow
will depict the troubles of a city
editor in putting out a paper.
Members of the Maize Team
will take over the ballroom tomor-
row when they present "Make
Mine Moccasins." The theme of
the dance will be centered around
the return of the chief of the
Maizigamua tribe to the campus.
The floorshow will depict his strug-
gles to adjust to the academic life.

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