FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951
Campus Makes Ready
As Students Set Scene
To Welcome Visitors
Basements and secluded back
yards have become the meeting
places for practically every men's
and women's residence on campus.
With the judging only one day
away, work on Homecoming dis-
plays has taken on a fast and fur-
ious air of mysterious preparation.
One big mystery to several local
merchants is the disappearance of
discarded cardboard boxes. When
they again appear they will un-
doubtedlyhbe transformed into
4 either huge Michigan football
players or sad-looking Golden
After staying up practically all
night in most cases, the carpen-
ters will probably look as down-
trodden and "beat" as Michigan
fans hope the Minnesota team'
looks after the game in the after-
Judging the displays tomorrow
morning from 8 a.m. to noon will
be Miss Ethel McCormick, Social
Director of the League; Dean Sara
Healy, Associate Dean of Women;
and Mrs. Clarabelle Baird of the
Other judges will be Dr. George
Peck of the Political Science De-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Union To Hold HAUNTED HOUSES, HOBGOBLINS, GHOSTS:
Record Dance Fraternities Schedule Parties for Homecoming
GRIDIRON GAL-Members of Beta Theta Pi are shown trans-
forming chicken wire and lumber into a football lady, Minnie
Sota, for their Homecoming display which will appear in com-
pleted form tomorrow morning. From left to right are Bill Laney,
Charles Clippert, Tom Tucker, Dave Preston and Bob Columbus.
Name Bands, Cards
To Entertain Couples
Couples will be able to climax
their weekend activities by at-
tending the regular Sunday night
Record Dance held from 8 to 10:30
p.m. Sunday in the Terrace Room
of the Union.
All couples are invited to drop
in to the dance and listen to the
music of their favorite recording
Card tables and decks of play-
ing cards wil be available for those
who like to vary their dancing
with a few hands of bridge, pino-
chle or canasta.
The Sunday night series of
dancing and entertainment are
provided to all interested couples
free of charge.
Union officials announced to-
day that there will be no Union
dances either tonight or tomor-
row night due to the Homecoming
activities that will take place this
The regular Union Saturday
night dances will resume next
week and several special dances
are planned for the near future
including the Sweater Hop on
Nov. 10 and the Cranberry Ball on
By BEA JOHNSON
Houses all over campus have
been working frantically all week
to produce "fabulous" Homecom-
ing displays and makeiprepara-
tions to welcome alumni.
Tonight starts the big weekend
* * *
POPCORN BALLS, candied ap-
ples and grade school games will
be featured at the Zeta Beta Tau's
ghostly Hallowe'en masquerade
ball. Phi Sigma Delta men and
their dates will also sport costumes
for another orange and black
A C h i n es e laundry will
"front" a luxurious gambling
casino at Sigma Alpha Mu.
A four legged animal and a
house covered with hay will set
the atmosphere at Kappa Nu's
"Animal Husbandry Hop."
Hugh Jackson's music and a
French setting will transform Pi
Lambda Phi into the Parisian
cafe Chez Pi Lam.
WHILE THE Homecoming dance
on Saturday will spark the social
whirl for many students, others
are planning to attend house
"A big surprise" will shroud
the Acacia Hallowe'en party
with mystery while Phi Chi men
and their dates are dancing to
Bill Kline's orchestra.
Earl Pearson's band is slated at
the Beta Theta Pi dance while
Bob Elliott and his band will pre-
side at the Chi Phi house.
Honoring alumni of the past 50
years at a "Twentieth Century"
dance, Theta Chi will hang mur-
als on the walls depicting revolu-
tionary changes of the past 50
* * *
(five football championships) Oos-
terbaan's clique, will be on display
at the O.B. clinic at Phi Rho
Sigma. White gowns will be avail-
able so visitors can view the "foot-
Phi Sigma Delta has sched-
uled a dress up party featuring
Spike Jones and his Phi Sig
A ballroom covering the entire
third floor wil be utilized at the
Tau Delta Phi Halloween Hop.
The ghost story, "The Fall of the
House of Pinkus" will also be pre-
sented by the Tau Delt men.
* * *
A "HAUNTED HOUSE" by can-
dle light will set the atmosphere
for Phi Kappa Tau's surprise en-
tertainment while Bob Barrett's
band will set the mood at Phi
Part of the Homecoming dis-
play will be brought inside for
Sigma Phi Epsilon's "Good Ole
Alumni" dance. Chuck Stauffer
and his band will play the Sig
Familiar scenes around Ann
Arbor such as a local tavern and
the Arboretum will decorate Phi
* * *
TO CELEBRATE Homecoming
Phi Delta Theta has signed Dave
Eiteman's band for their Hallo-
ween Masquerade while Alpha Tau
Omega and Zeta Psi have also
planned dance band hops.
partment; Professor Philip Duey,
head of the Men's Glee Club and
Mr. Richard Wilt of the School
of Architecture and Design.
Winners in the men's and wo-
men's divisions as decided by the
judges, will be presented with
Homecoming cups during the in-
termission of "Football Fantasy,"
the Homecoming dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
in the IM Building,
Modern B'nai B'rith Building
Rapidly Nearing Completione
Construction is progressing rap-
idly on the new B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation building located at
1429 Hill, according to Al Fried-
man, '52, president.
Although difficulties encoun-
tered this summer in obtaining
steel and other scarce materials,
caused a slow down in construc-
tion, all materials have been re-
ceived and it is only a matter of
time before the building will be
completed, he said.
Rough estimates indicate that
the $500,000 building will be fin-
ished in January.
Plans for the building were
drawn up about two years ago, by
a Detroit architect. The facilities,
more complete than any of the
200 Hillel Foundations in the
country, will include a chapel
seating 300, a music room, a
lounge and numerous work and
A special three-story dormitory
section will be included to house
fifteen students who will be se-
lected for scholarships providing
free residence. Students are now
applying for these scholarships.
Darkroom facilities, two kit-
chens and various offices will also
be provided by the new building.
A stage in the chapel will be
available for dramatic produc-
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