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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IFC Will Entertain Children
At Hill Auditorium Tuesday
Santa Claus Will Give Packages of Candy;
Magician, Juggler, Novelaires To Perform

Saint Nick will be on hand to
wish everyone a very "Merry
Christmas" at the IFC Children's
Party which will be held Tuesday
afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium.
The party is an annual event
sponsored by the Interfraternity
Council for the grade-school chil-
dren of Ann Arbor. This tradition
began back in the 1930's, and since
then it has become one of the
permanent services of the organi-
zation.
The men work long and hard to
give the children this pre-Christ-
mas party.
Approximately 4000 children are
expected. They will be entertained
with a program, and then pack-
ages of candy will be given to all
of them by a jolly, fat Santa
Claus, who will remind them that
Christmas is almost here, so "you
better be good, cause Santa Claus
is coming to town."
SAE, KATs
PresentParty
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa
Alpha Theta presented their sec-
ond annual Christmas party last
Tuesday evening for thirty-two
children chosen by the Salvation
Army.
One SAE member and one The-
ta went on a shopping expedition
to buy a gift for each of the chil-
dren. Christmas stockings filled
with candy and other small arti-
cles were provided for the children,
and the SAE pledges entertained
the youngsters with a skit, "The
Night Before Christmas."
Other entertainment for the
group included the presence of
Santa himself, portrayed by Swede
Lauritsen, carol singing led by the
Thetas and a Christmas story read
by Swede Swanson. Party chair-
men were Sally Gresham and Gene
Bohi.
Board Positions
Will BeElective
Positions on the women's Board
of Representatives will now be
elective.
Up until this time the Board
was automatically composed of
the presidents of the houses. At
a meeting last Wednesday it was
decided that the new members of
the board will be elected from each
group.
The president may be the elect-
ed representative.

Dear to the hearts of children
is the magicians act, so at the
party there will be a magic show.
There will also be a juggling exhi-
bition.
The Novelaires will be featured
on the program.
The committee for the dance is
composed of Bruce MacGuire, gen-
eral chairman; Bob Rose, publi-
city; Art Durr, entertainment;
Tom Mericle, refreshments; Ralph
Griffith, ushers, Bert Wicking,
building and seating arrangements
and Jim McInerney, decorations.
WAA Notices]
Basketball Tournament -- The
following games are scheduled for
this week: Monday at 5:10-
Delta Delta Delta II vs. Couzens
II; Pi Beta Phi II vs. Pi Beta Phi
I; at 7:15-Newberry I vs. Jordan
I; Mosher II vs. Stockwell IV.
At 8:00-the volleyball challenge
game.
Tuesday at 5:10 - Collegiate
Sorosis I vs. Alpha Phi I; Delta
Gamma II -vs. Kappa Delta I; at
7:15-Palmer II vs. Vaughan II;
Jordan IV vs. Alpha Gamma Delta
II; at 8:00-Kleinstuck II vs. Mo-
sher III; Pi Beta Phi I vs. Cook I.
Wednesday at 5:10-Alpha Chi
Omega I vs. Gamma Phi Beta I;
Cheever II vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma I; at 7:15-Stockwell V vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma III; Stock-
well I vs. Cook II.
Thursday there are no games
scheduled.
* * *
Coaches and Officials - There
will be a meeting of the members
of the Coaches and Officials Club
at 5:10 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour
Gymnasium. Officiating of basket-
ball games will be observed.
Rifle Club - Members of the
WAA Rifle Club will not meet dur-
ing the week of Dec. 17.

1953 J-Hop
Reservations
Now Accepted
Ticket reservations for the 1953
J-Hop will be accepted from 9 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow through
Thursday at the Administration
Bldg.
At this time only junior, senior
and graduate students may make
their applications at the booth
which will also be open during
lunch hours.
Those applying for reservations
are requested to bring only their
identification cards, and no money
will be accepted at this time.
Students will be asked to fill
out cards giving their name, Ann
Arbor address and night for which
they prefer tickets. The dance
will be held from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Feb. 8 and 9 in the IM Bldg.
During Christmas vacation,
members of the central committee
will mail out cards confirming
reservations. Students receiving
these cards may pick up their
tickets in the Administration Bldg.
immediatelyhafter vacation.$At
that time they must bring $6.50,
price of this year's tickets.
Holding the central committee
for this year's dance, presented by
the class of 1953, is Dave Tink-
ham, general chairman. Chairmen
assisting him are: Bob Steinberg,
music; Sally Gnau, booths; Ruth
.Oldberg, publicity; Beth Smilay,
decorations; Louis Zako, finance;
Margy Boos, tickets and Sue Craig
and Mary Ann Suino, building and
grounds.

CANDLE-LIGHTING:
Chanukah Holiday Festivities
To BeHeld by Hillel, IZFA

A party, co-sponsored by Hillel
and IZFA, will be held at 7:30 p.m.
tonight in the League to celebrate
the Chanukah holiday.
Chanukah is in observance of
the triumph of the Jews over the
tyrant Antiochos in 162 B.C. A
special candle-lighting ceremony
symbolizing the sacred light which
burned for eight days during the
restoration of the Temple of Jeru-
salem that was defiled by Antio-
chos will be performed as part of
the program.
According to the story of the
holiday, Antiochos, during his ty-
rannical rule, had committed great
sacrilege by letting pigs into the
holy temple and had put out the
eternal light which was always to
be kept burning.
After the overthrow of Antiochos
by a handful of Jews led by Judas
the Maccabeus, an attempt was
made to restore the temple. How-
ever, only enough oil could be lo-
cated to keep the Chanukah light

burning for one day. The restora-
tion was started, however, and
continued for eight days. The
light miraculously continued to
burn throughout the seven days
until finally more oil was found.
In celebration of the original
occurrence a special candle is lit
and prayers said on each of the
seven preceding Chanukah day,
Dec. 24.
Refreshments in the form of
cider and potato latkes will be
served at the party.
This will be followed by singing
and dancing.
The party will follow the weekly
Sunday evening Kosher delicates-
san supper at 5:30 p.m. at the
Sigma Alpha Mu house.
League Council
Members of League Council
will meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the Undergraduate Office of
the League.

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