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THE MICInGAN DAILY

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THE MICIflGAN DAILY P.

LQN TI HIE IHIOUSE
By ATHENA SAVAS
Thunder storms and fast approaching final exams have already
begun to show their effect in the decreasing amount of parties and
dances being held this' week-end by houses and dormitories.
Zeta Beta Tau will center its activities around May Festival. They.
will hold an open house tomorrow.
SIGMA ALPHA MU will hold a Hawaiian party tomorrow night
complete with smoking volcanoes and pineapple and coconut delicacies.
Several sororities and fraternities are holding their pledge form-
als this weekend as a last big activity before finals.
Alpha Gamma Delta will hold its pledge formal dance tonight at
the Allenel Hotel. "Five Chips and a Chirp" will furnish the music
for their "Rose Fantasy."
* *~ *. *.
A SPRING THEME will be used in the decorations for the pledge
formal of Alpha Phi tomorrow night. The dance will be held at the
sorority house after dinner at the Union. Hugh Jackson will play for
the dancing.
Triangle pledges and actives will escort their dates to their spring
pledge formal tonight in the VFW Hall.
Delta Sigma Phi men will hold their pledge formal in the Grand
Rapids room of the League tomorrow night. After dinner, the couples
will dance to the music of Jim Servis.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON will hold its pledge dinner and dance
at their house tonight.
Lambda Chi Alpha men will take their dates to their spring pledge
formal at the Willow Run Flight room. Johnny Harberd's 'Combo'
will provide the music for dancing.
Kappa Delta pledges will be honored at "a dinner and formal
dance tomorrow night from 9 p.m. to midnight. Couples will dine and
dance at the Washtenaw Country Club.
SIGMA DELTA PI will hold a "Hill Billy" pledge party at their
house tomorrow night. Records will provide the music for dancing.
Winchell House of West Quad will journey to the Fresh Air Camp
tomorrow for a picnic. Sports and dancing will be on the schedule.
Chi Phi and Delta Sigma Delta will hold rceord dances tomorrow
night.
VICTOR VAUGHAN men and their dates will board a Mississippi
river boat tomorrow night for their annual spring formal dance
"Vaughan Voyage."
Stockwell women and their escorts will attend a dinner dance to-
morrow night in the Stockwell "Zebra Room" Night Club.
The entire Alpha Omicron Pi chapter will attend a State Day
convention at Birmingham tomorrow.
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Jordan HaIlTo
Stage Annual
Spring Formal
Rainbows and spring flowers.
will be the theme at Jordan Hall's
annual spring semi-formal dance,
"Rainbow Moods," which will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
night at the dormitory.
Dancing to the music of Ted
Smith and his orchestra, Jordan
women and their escorts will be
transported into a garden-like
room with white picket fences in-
termingled with crepe paper flow-
ers surrounding the walls of the
small dining room. A large rain-
bow. will arch above the band-
stand.
In the larger of the two dining
rooms small, individual tables will
provide resting places for couples
who wish to relax or to eat.
The centerpiece of each table
will be an old fashioned nosegay.
The center of the large table where
food will be served will be adorn-
ed by a large floral bouquet.
A photographer will be in the
alcove of the large dining room.
Jo Spencer and Dotty Urban are
co-chairmen of the dance. Joyce
McGehee and Libby Davis are co-
chairmen of the decorations com-
mittee.

SIGMA NU'S HOST ATO'S:
Fraternity Rivals To Meet at Annual Dance

Members of Sigma Nu frater-
nity will play host to their guests
at the annual White Rose Ball to
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in the League Ballroom.
Guests at the dance will include
members of the Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity, which has been the ri-
val of the Sigma Nu's since the
founding of the two fraternities at
Virginia Military Institute.

Decorations for the event will
consist of over 1800 white roses
placed on arbors and trelises at
the, entrance and elsewhere in
the ballroom.
Ted Smith and his orchestra

will provide the music for the
dance.
Intermission entertainment will
be comprised of a show put on by
the band ,and .the renditions of a
soloist and an all-girl beauty-
shop quartet.

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THE NAMES of "Whitefeet"
and "Blackfeet," which have been
assumed by the Sigma Nu's and
ATO's respectively, originated be-
cause of the footwear of their
founders.
The Sigma Nu's wore white
boots, and the ATO's attired
themselves in their accustomed
black boots.
Invitations have also been sent
to Sigma Nu chapters at Michigan
State, Albion and Bowling Green.
Other guests will include sorority
and fraternity presidents and
leaders of campus organizations.
IN ADDITION, President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven and
the deans of the colleges have
been invited to the dance.

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BARRAGED BARRISTER-Bill Hickman, dressed as the engi-
neer's dream of a lawyer, complete with string tie and derby, takes
a beating from George Qua. The barrage of tomatoes is a result
of a publicity stunt for Slide Rule Ball, which will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the Union Ballroom. The rivalry between
the engineers and the lawyers dates back many years and this is
the first time both the Crease Ball, the lawyers' dance, and the
Slide Rule Ball have been held on the same night. The huge slide
rule, emblem of the engineers, is the coveted decoration and the
fight between the two groups for the right to display it will be
waged until 9 p.m. tonight.

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