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M MARCH 21, 1952




Senior Coeds
W Attend Dinner,
'Heavenly Days' Debut .
Traces Eventful Lives
of Women Students
"Heavenly Days," the 1952 Jun-
ior Girls' Play production was pre-
viewed last night before a crowd
of approximately 560 senior wo-
Theme of the production cen-
ters about two girls, Becky and
Harriet, and their trials and trib-
ulations at the University of
Michigan from the year 1870 to
One of' the numbers that
brought cheers and whistles from
the senior audience last night was
entitled "Top Hats and Tails" in
which seven girls in men's polka
dot and striped shorts, tails, top
hats and canes did a tap number.
Before attending the senior
Night performance of JGP, sen-
iors marched from the Mall to the
League Ballroom where they had
the traditional senior dinner and
A skit entitled "Thanks for the
Memory," centered about the
campus activities familiar to all
the women throughout their last
four years at the.University.
From the Ballroom, the seniors
attended JGP in a body and fre-
quently used their prerogative in
demanding repetition of lines or
parts in the play and cries of
"rool 'em up" greeted the Joe Col-
leges as they stepped onto the
A line of Can-Canning juniors
kicked and twirled their way in
to shouts of "repeat" while a nos-
talgic alum brought forth sobs
from the audience with his rous-
ing soapbox speech of the glories
of Michigan's football past.
More sedate audiences will see
"Heavenly Days" when the all-
campus performances are given
at 8 p.m. tonight and at 2 p.m.
and 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Women Meet
For Workshop
"Activating Coeds" will be the
general topic discussed at the an-
nual convention of the Associated
Women Students today and to-
morow at the League.
The AWS which is composed of
various league organizations of
the colleges and junior colleges in
Michigan will hear an opening
addres by Dean Deborah Bacon.
Also speaking will be Regent
Baits in addition to Professor
Heyns of the psychology depart-
ment iyho will speac at the lunch-
eon tomorrow.
House presidents are invited by
the league convention sponsors to
attend the luncheon.
The convention will discuss five
topics at the workshops which
will be held. They will include
"How to Encourage Activities,
led by Hinsdale delegates; "Cam
pus Recognitions and Job Re-
wards," led by Wayne University;
"Projects and Services That
Leagues Can. Sponsor," led by
Michigan State Normal College;
"Administration," led by Michigan
State College, and "Carry Over of
College Activities Into the Com-
munity," led by Albion.
'LittleClub Opens
In Rumpus Room

Of LeagueToday
"Little Club," the student cam-
pus nightclub, wil be open from
8:30 p.m. to midnight today in
the Rumpus Room of the League.
Music for dancing and listen-
ing will be provided by Bob Leo-
pold's combo. The group will also
be featured during intermission,
playing novelty numbers.
The AIM refreshment bar will
not be open, but thirsty and hun-
gry couples will be able to patron-
ize the adjoining Round-Up Room.
For those who spend the entire
evening at the club, admission
will be $1 per couple, and those
coming after 10:30 p.m. will be
charged 74 cents.

Extra! Read all about It!
Spring arrived in Ann Arbor at 11:14 am. yesterday-and with
it came the forecast of a carefree and enjoyable weekend for the
many campus groups sponsoring social events.
* . * *
TAKING THE INITIATIVE tonight, Mosher Hall has invited
Kelsey House of South Quad to a mixer, entitled "Mosher Showboat."
Then again on Sunday, the women's dorm on the hill will hold its
annual open-open house.
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary journalism fraternity, will pro-
vide entertainment from 9 p.m. to midnight this evening in the
form of a social and square dance in the League Ballroom.
Wayne Kuhns, professional caller, will call the square dances
for the plaid shirt and Jean clad couples. The dance is given
in honor of journalism students, but it is open to the public.'
Most of the houses are limiting social activity this weekend to
tomorrow night. Among the campus groups sponsoring record dances
then will be Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Psi and
Phi Rho Sigma.
* * * *
OFFERING NOTHING unusual, except perhaps 9 tons of sand
on their front porch, the Sig Eps will hold a South Sea Islands
costume party.
"Hard Times" will be depicted by Delta Sigma Pi tomorow
night, while the Chi Phis will entertain their dates at the "Bunny
Hop." Special features of the evening will be an Easter egg hunt.
Following the rage of costume parties, Alpha Tau Omega will
entertain with a "Suppressed Desires" theme and the Theta Chis
will hold "Bowery Ball."
* * * *
NELSON INTERNATIONAL HOUSE will be transformed tomor-
row night into a Spanish Fiesta scene, complete with patio, where
there will be dancing. A Latin American Combo will provide the
music, and a Mexican hat dance and bull fight will add to the atmos-
Selection of this year's "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" will take
place at the Sigma Chis' annual formal "Sweetheart Ball." The
fraternity men heralded the approach of the dance by painting
replicas of their pin on several house sidewalks.
"Apache Brawl," traditional event of Phi Kappa Tau will pro-
vide gala festivity for the Phi Taus and their dates tomorrow night.
Orchestra music and ship decorations will carry out the pirate theme
of the party.
* * * *
THE 50TH CONSECUTIVE "Hobo Hobble" will be held this
weekend by Phi Delta Theta. Decorations will convert thq house into
a slum and all the party-goers will appear as typical bums.
Alpha Phi Alpha and Alpha Kappa Alpha will hold their
annual emi-formal dance at the League.
Allen-Rumsey House in West Quad will be the scene of much
activity from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow, when residents hold their
fourth semi-annual open-open house. Marty Greenwald and his band
will furnish music for dancing and all the rooms will be open for
inspection. Special entertainment will be presented by the "Staff
Guild Players."
"Springtime in the Arb" will be the theme of a party at Chicago
House in West Quad, while Stockwell Hall will be the scene of some
old fashioned square dancing. Wayne Kuhns will do the calling for
Stockwell's "Grab Your Partner."

'Hilleizapoppin' To Be Staged Tomorrow;
Annual Event To Feature Songs, Comedy

Fast-moving comedy and scin-
tillating songs and dances are the
kenotes to the 1952 "Hillelzapop-
pin" to be presented tomorrow at
8 p.m. in Tappan Auditorium.
Sparkling with catchy tunes,
both old and new, the musical
comedy will transport the audience
to Alaska, Africa, and back to the
U.S.A. for a behind-the-scenes
glimpse of the presidential cam-
"Hillelzapoppin," an annual
eventon campus, is sponsored by
Hillel with all proceeds donated
to the United Jewish Appeal. Each
year different fraternities and
sororities enter skits and vie for
the cup presented to the best act.
ZBT won the prize in 1951 with
their version of "C'est La Vie."
This year the ZBTs will offer
"No Strings Attached," a parody
of the elections with Eisenhower,
the senator from Tennessee.
"Let's Get Hot," highlighted by
the terpsichorean talents of the
Phi Sigs in the exotic Cannibal
Dance, concerns a fellow stranded
in Alaska who eventually ends up
in warmer climates.
Positions Open
To Petitioning
For Fortnight
Any independent woman is eli-
gible to petition for the central
committee of Assembly Fortnite,
including women living in domi-
tories, league houses, private
homes and cooperatives.
The petitions are due at 4 p.m.
Monday in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. They are
available in the League or may
be picked up from the dormitory
activities chairmen.
The positions available are gen-
eral chairman, publicity chairman,
poster assistant and skits assis-
tant, decorations, skits, honors,
programs and patrons chairmen.
IM Program
The IM building will reopen
for co-recreational sports at
7:30 tonight. Students are re-
quested to bring ID cards and
women must wear bathing caps
if they plan to swim.

As owners of the Spatz Manu-
facturing Company in "Big Busi-
ness," the Sammys are convinced
that their business is going "on
the rocks" and finally succeed in
selling the company to a primitive
African tribe, settling the tran-
saction with a dance a la canni-

The Angel-Devil dance in the
SDT's "Par-A-Dice" finds the
Angel in a losing fight, while the
AEPis in "Desire Under the
Grass' present their humorous in-
terpretation of Metamorphosis,
with everyone from a psychiatrist
to a neurologist giving advice. to
the unfortunate bug.

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