FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1951
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By BEA JOHNSON
While many students will plow through the snow to attend the
Michigan-Cornell game, the rest of us will be plowing through the
books for next week's mid-term exams.
Campus social life won't be nil this weekend, however. Scheduled
dances, listening parties and coffee dates will possess lots of spirit.
Social activities slated for this weekend are as follows:
Sounds of an old fashioned square dance will resound from Obser-
vatory street as Hinsdale women play host to the rest of the Alice
The New Dorm women and their dates will don Jeans in keeping
with the corn stalks and pumpkin decorations. Records will provide
the fiddle but a real caller will instruct the dancers. Hungry guests
will discover lots of apples to dunk for.
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SWEATERS WILL be the vogue at Vickey Vaughan's record
dance as they play host to Taylor house men. Both houses will parti-
cipate in original skits when intermission coke and popcorn is served.
Phi Sigma Delta men will start the weekend rolling with a record
dance at the house.
"Thank Heavens Halloween is Over" will be the theme at Phi
Rho Sigma's pot luck supper and square dance. A hillbilly and corny
atmosphere is planned by the Phi Rho men for the event.
MORE SQUARE dances are also planned. The American Legion
Hall will set the scene for Delta Sigma Delta's barn dance. A caller
will provide the proper atmosphere.
Theta Chi will also hold a hard times record dance.
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THE SIGMA NU house will look like "Sherman was here" as the
men carry out the Conferedate theme for their record dance.
The Annual "Michaelmus" dance will be presented by the lawyers
in the "romantic old English architecture" of the Lawyer's Club. Ken
Norman will provide the music.
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SKIS, ICE SKATES and cotton "snow" will transform the lounge
at Angell house into a ski lodge. Guests seeking relief from the
stormy, studying world will be able to warm up while roasting wieners
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PURPLE DECORATIONS will envelope the Tau Kappa Epsilon
house for their "French Garter" Party. The TKE pledge class will
furnish the entertainment at the record dance.
SNOW SUITS an'd ear muffs will be donned for the Zeta Psi
"Snow Ball" record dance. Jim Brodhead will present his famous
"Sleighride" skit at intermission time.
Flags will be flying at the Trigon Armistice record dance as Tri-
gon men welcome alumni with guns and motheaten army uniforms.
A listening party and record dance is scheduled at Delta Tau
Delta while Delta Sigma Pi's pledge class'have planned skits for their
"platter chatter" dance.
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NATIVE DANCERS from India and South America will take over
the entertainment at the Nelson International house India party. Taj
Mahal and other scenes from India will be silhouetted on murals
hanging from the walls.
"CORN LIQUOR" cider and doughnuts with more corny skits by
the Cooley house men will entertain the women from Helen Newberry
and Betsy Barbour at their square dafce.
Rounding up the weekend of social activities Alpha Phi will be
guests at the Alpha Sigma Phi social in the afternoon.
We're ready for the cold rush!.
All the smartest versions--
in the finest of rich woolens
--with warm wool interin.
ings, zip-in linings, or mil-
um linings. From-
KNIT ONE, PURL TWO . .. Mary Jane Soper puts the finishing
touches on her entry for the best sweater contest which will be
held at the Sweater Hop to be presented from 9 p.m. to 12 mid-
night tomorrow I- the Union ballroom. Her helpers are Ruedi
Gringrasson and Jack Ostriminski.
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Annual Union 'Sweater Hop'
To BeHeld Tomorrow Night
Show To Star
N~at 'King' Cole,
Tickets are still available for
the musical show starring Nat
"King" Cole, Duke Ellington, and
Sarah Vaughan to be presented at
7 and 9:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15
in Hill Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Lucile B. Con-
ger group of the Michigan Alum-
nae Association, the proceeds from
the all musical show will be used
for scholarships and aid to Uni-
versity students. Tickets may be
purchased at the Hill Auditorium
box office. Prices range from
$2.40, and $1.80 to $1.20.
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NAMED THE "Greatest show of
1951" the performances will fea-
ture many other acts in addition
to those of the more well known
The "King" Cole trio, com-
posed of Nat "King" Cole, Irving
Ashby, guitarist, and Joe Com-
fort bass was recently trans-
formed into a quartet by the
addition of bongo player Jack
The group is well known for
their appearances on the stage,
radio and television. Latest rec-
ords that have been recorded by
them are "Song of Deliah," "Be-
cause of Rain," and "I'll Always
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DUKE ELLINGTON and his or-
chestra will also share the Hill
Auditorium spotlight. Known for
their music that supposedly indi-
cates the trend in modern music,
the group has become popular
through appearances in ballrooms
and stages across the country.
With other acts including "Peg
Leg Bates," Stump and Stumpy,
Timmie Rogers, the Marie Bryant
dancers, and Patterson and Jack-
son, the show took a year to or-
ganize and prepare for the tour.
Scroll, affiliated women's hon-
orary society, tapped five women
last night for membership in the
group. Those tapped are: Jo-
Ann Grill, Evelyn M. Hager,
rulane Itkoff, Geraldine Marau-
lo and Elizabeth Wiles.
bBelles and Beaux," the Assem-
bly Fortnight program of 1951
was given last night in Lydia Men-
Fortnight, one of the year's big
events for independent women,
combined presentation of scholar-
Union To Hold
Loyal rooters of the University
football team who are unable to
attend the Cornell game will be
able to cheer the players onward
at the Union listening party to.
be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Union officials stress the fact
that the listening party is in the
form of a mixer and coeds are
cordially invited to attend.
Registration for physical ed-
ucation classes for the next
quarter will be held today and
tomorrow morning at Barbour
Gym, Vacancies in the classes
will be filled by electives who
may register from 8a.m. to noon
on Monday, Tuesday and Wedl-
nesday at Barbour.
ship and house awards, introduc-
tion of the members of Assembly
IBoard, installation of the house
presidents and the presentation of
skits into one evening of enter-
Top awards for skits went to
Martha Cook for their presenta-
tion of "It's the Playoff." Second
place was taken by Adelia Chee-
ver for "Stop the Music," while,
Helen Newberry's "Alice at Michi-
gan" took third place.
Schloarship awards were pre-
sented to nine women who made
all "A" records during the fall
and spring terms of 1950-51. Ac-
cording to Registrar Ira Smith
who made the presentation, this
is the first year when all women
honored have had such outstand-
Freshman honors were received
by Anne Stevenson, Shirley Swin-
son, June Granstrom, Helen Beat-
son and Frances Hill.
Sophomore awards went to
Joyce Winter and Rita Levine,
with Margaret Huebshman and
Lea Eisner receiving junior hon-
Mrs. Harlan Hatcher presented
the awards for the highest scho-
lastic standing of houses in each
of three divisions. Adelia Chee-
ver, with a point average of 2.81
received honors in the first divi-
Assembly Fortnight Awards Given
sion made up of league houses,
co-operatives and smaller dormi-
In the second division Martha
Cook was honored for its average
of 2.89. In the group of larger
dorms, Stockwell won first place
for tis scholastic achievement.
Alberta Coehrt and Anita Hoert
kept up a steady stream of chat-
ter and stunts while acting as co-
mistresses of ceremonies.
All students wishing to go night-
clubbing may visit the "Little
Club" tonight from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight in the Michigan Room
of the League.
The evening's music, played by
Bob Leopold's combo, Will feature
a fall and winter theme, as well as
many other danceable numbers.
A floorshow, presented at inter-
mission, will feature the well-
known Vaughan House Trio. The
trio, composed of Donald Srull and
William Brohm, graduate stude ts
in math, and Stanley Challis gra-
uate student in speech, were one
of the acts in the recent presen-
tation of "Varsity Night."
The Union will swing into the
Winter social season by present-
ing its annual 'Sweater Hop' to
be held from 9 p.m. to 12 midnight
tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
In order to be admitted to the
dance, each couple must don
sweaters of some description, whe-
ther they be dressy or well-worn
cast offs rummaged out of the
depths of a closet.
The outstanding sweater cos-
Ping Pong-The WAA sponsored
ping pong tournament begins to-
day. All women on campus are
eligible to enter in their individual
Bowling - Lessons in bowling
will be offered from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. today in the WAB alleys.
There is a 50c charge for the re-
maining three lessons. Instruc-
tion is given by Miss Helen Stew-
art of the Women's Physical Edu-
Swimming-Instruction will be
offered from 9 to 10 p.m. tomor-
row in the Union Pool. All those
women who did not qualify for
Michifish and wish to attend the
swimming classes regularly, will
be given first consideration as va-
cancies occur in the WAA Swim-
Hille1 To Sponsor
The second in a series of Sun-
day evening suppers sponsored by
Hillel will be held at the ZBT
house at 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
A special social hour will fol-
low the supper this week..
Tickets. are available at Lane
Hall, from Hillel representatives,
and may be purchased at the door
tume for both a boy and a girl
will be chosen and the prizes to
be awarded are sweaters donated
by the Ann Arbor merchants.
Decorations for the dance will
include pictures of sweater girls
placed about the ballroom.
Clare Shepherd will provide the
music for the couples dancing
pleasure. A large backdrop in the
shape of a sweater will frame the
Programs for the dance will be
miniature cut-outs of girls' sweat-
ers and will include inside witti-
cisms about Union officials.
Intermission festivities will in-
clude the judging of the best
sweaters by the audience and a
musical act. Dick Pinkerton will
act as M.C. for the entertainment.
Tickets for the dance will be
priced at $1 per couple and can
be purchased either before the
dance or tomorrow night at the
Union main desk.
Art Bubiltz is general chairman
for the dance. Other members of
his committee include Sal Gregory,
publicity; Fred Thompson, enter-
tainment; Nick Radell, programs
and Al Magnotta, decorations.
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