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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A-Hop
League Bairoc
Tn Bn Cn~e t

To Feature Scenes Familiar to Students eague Pos
will be suspended, and at mid- TO THOSE over 21, the P-Bell
night the balloons will be re- will look just like home but in- PetitionsDue
d leased to float over the crowd. stead of beer, general refresh-

ON THIE HIOL
By BEA JOHNSON

SAGE IVE

Into Big Stadium
After the Michigan - Indiana
football game Saturday, couples
will be able to relax at the annual
A-Hop, which will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the League
Ballroom.
Entitled "Kick-Off", the dance
will have as its theme typical foot-
ball and Ann Arbor scenes famil-
iar to all students.
THE BALLROOM will be con-
verted into a huge stadium were
dancing couples can reminisce
about the half-time entertain-
ment.
Along the sides of the room
bleachers will be placed, on top
of which will wave pennants
representing the Big Ten.
Big yellow chrysanthemums will
augment the football theme and
megaphones will be scabtered
around the ballroom.
FROM THE ceiling of the Ball-
room ahuge, 16 foot three dimen-
sional football filled with balloons

Couples will find entertain-
ment and relaxation in the sev-
eral rooms which will be decor-
ated to follow the general
theme.
True to life, students will agree,
will be the Rain Room, decorated
with silver and blue raindrops sus-
pended from the ceiling and an
umbrella to protect the crowd.
S * *
"WALKING" IN the rain will
be a typical, life-sized Michigan
coed and her man, complete with
slickers and droopy hats.
Couples will be able to walk
down State Street and not leave
the League, for the concourse
will represent the University's
main d r a g, complete with
Wahr's, the Arcade, Angell Hall
and various street adornments--
including fire plugs and stop
signs.
The campus could not be com-
plete without the Arb, and even
this will be represented in the Arb
Room, decorated with shrubs, ap-
propriate signs, and a quarter
moon to set the mood. Two wise
owls with sparkling eyes will
watch the couples.

ments will be served in this room.
Authentic decorations from
the original Liberty Street Bell
will add an air of reality. A huge
bell will hang outside the door
and big steins of beer with the
Michigan seal will decorate the
walls.
A dormitory with typical men's
dormitory accoutrements such as
ties, cigarettes, shaving equipment
and the like will be duplicated in
one half of a room and perfume
bottles, lipsticks, evening clothes
and typical coed accessories will
adorn the other half.
Anita Hoert, publicity chairman,
has stressed the fact that the
dance will be open to all students.
Affiliates are especially invited.
Tickets are on sale at the Wo-
men's League, the Michigan Union
and Angell Hall, or from any Cen-
tral Committee member.
Bob Elliott and his band will
provide music for dancing, with a
roving combo from Detroit offer-
ing intermission entertainment.
The dance is informal and late
permission will be granted to
coeds.

-Daily-Alan Reid
PSEUDO STATE STREET-Members of the decorating commit-
tee for the annual J-Hop, which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Oct. 13 in the League, continue their job of reproducing familiar
scenes to carry out the theme of the dance. Working on a dupli-
cation of Wahr's book store are, from left to right, Renee Levy,
'53, Roslyn Egelka, '53 and Jim Mencham, '53.
HELP WANTED:
Union, League To Sponsor
All Campus T utorial Service
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Sophomore, junior and transfer
coeds who wish to petition for
several positions open on JGP,
Soph Cab and League committees
turn in their petitions to the
Undergraduate O f f i c e of the
League by 5 p.m. today.
JGP positions are open for jun-
iors who are interested. Posters
and dance chairmen are needed,
as well as assistant costumes
chairman.
Other junior positions to be
filled are two dance class cap-
tains, a travel bureau head and a
social assistant for the president's
teas.
To fill out the ranks in the
Soph Cab Central Committee, as-
sistants to the special booths,
dance and music chairman are
necessary.
The Interviewing Council will
hold office hours from 3 to 5 p.m.
Union Offers
DhanceTonight
Hoarse students returning from'
tonight's pep rally will have an
opportunity to rest their vocal
chords at the Union's dance to be
held immediately after the pep '
rally in the Union Ballroom.
A come-as-you-are dance, blue-
jeans and sweat shirts will be the
popular garb Union officials have
stated. '
Clare Shepard will return to the
Union bandstand this week fea-
turfing a new torch singer, Vtivian.
Admission price is $1a couple
and tickets can be purchased
either at the dance or in advance
at the Union main desk.

Another week of classes is over and with a sigh of relief the
"Thank God It's Friday" club gathers at the "P-Bell" for the weekly
meeting
Victor Vaughan House will make its social debut today at a "get
acquainted" record dance with the men from Allen Rumsey house.
* * *
AFTER-THE-GAME festivities will-be many and varied tomor-
row evening.
For example, Acacia's Little Theater will present one of its fa-
mous plays at their record hop.
* * * *
DUNCAN ERLEY and his juggling act will be featured at the Phi
Gamma Delta dance
Copies of the "Daily Worker" will be distributed to couples attend-
ing the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Communist Party costume ball.
Weiner roasts are planned by Phi Chi and Alpha Chi Sigma while
the men of Lambda Chi Alpha will relax with an evening of dancing
and television.
A "soda fountain" party where the guests make their own favorite
ice cream delight is on the menu at Phi Sigma Delta. More ice is
promised at the Phi Rho Sigma out-of-season Christmas party
* * * *
CHECKERED TABLECLOTHS and dim candles will set the scene
in the "Italian cellar" of the Theta Xi house. Spaghetti will be served
Playing host to ten Stanford brothers, Phi Kappa Sigma has
scheduled a buffet supper dance.
Decorations and refreshments of the "odds and ends'variety are
promised at the Phi Kappa Tau dance, while Jay Mills and Bernie
Kahn will entertain with their famous routines at Alpha Tau Omega.
* * *
FOOTBALL FROLICS are slated for Phi Sigma Kappa and Sigma
Phi Epsilon. Multi-colored crepe paper decorations will be seen at
Triangle's dance.

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League are sponsoring a campus-
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Coeds needing help may sign up
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Auditions Started
For Varsity Night;
Acts StillWanted
Auditions for the thirteenth
annual Varsity Night have al-
ready begun, but student variety
acts of any nature will still have
a chance to audition Sunday in
Harris Hall.
Varsity night, now a campus
tradition, began in 1937 and has
since grown to be the biggest var-
iety show of the school year. Cam-
pus talent is combined with two
or three professional acts and a
professional Master of Ceremon-
ies.
In past years student acts have
included the Vaughan House Trio,
Bob Leopold's Dixieland Band,
barbershop quartets, vocal and in-
strumental soloists, magicians,
and even a ladder act.
Among the past Masters of
Ceremonies were Robert Q. Lewis,
Steve Filipiak, Fred Lawton and
Joe Gentile. Last year's , show,
emceed by Gentile, was a complete
sellout.
Sponsored by the University
Bands, Varsity night will be held
Oct. 26 at Hill Auditorium. Audi-
tions willbe held from 2 p.m. to
5 p.m. Sunday in Harris Hall.

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for any course currently being
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