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URSDAY, MAY 15, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

PAGE 4-4E

Fraternity Men To Compete Tonight

For Top Honors in Annual

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FC Sing

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Fraternity men from ten groups
will raise their voices in song to-
night when they compete for top
honors in the annual Interfrater-
nity Council Sing scheduled for 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
While judges Dr. Philip Duey,
leader of the men's glee club, and
Prof. Norma Heyde, of the music
school, look on and appraise, the
houses will troop ,to the stage in
turn, cheered on by ditties and
shouts from their sponsoring so-
rorities.
THOSE FRATERNITIES com-
peting are Chi Psi, singing "George
Jones,"sponsored by Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Phi Gamma Delta, sing-
ing "Laudamus Te," sponsored by
Gamma Phi Beta; Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, singing "Women" andl spon-
sored by Alpha Phi.
Theta Xi will render "Erie
Canal," cheered on by Alpha Xi
Delta; Sigma Nu will sing "Some
Enchanted Evening," sponsored
by Pi Beta Phi; Phi Kappa Tau,
singing "I've Got Plenty of
Nothin"' and backed by Alpha
Epsilon Phi.

.Delta Tau Delta, last year's win-
ner, will be singing "Love Story,"
backed by Kappa Alpha Theta;I
Sigma Alpha Epsilon will offer the
"SAE Sweetheart," sponsored by
Kappa Delta.
PHI DELTA THETA, singing'
"Song of Joy," will be sponsored by
Alpha Omicron Pi and Kappa Al-
pha Psi, singing "Sweet and Low,"
will be backed by Delta Gamma.
Last year, after the Delts cop-
ped first place with "De Animals
Comim'," were the men of Chi
Psi, singing another spiritual,
"Battle of Jericho." In the show
spot was the defending cham-
pion from the previous year,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, singing "The
Creation."
The history of IFC Sing dates
back to 1935 when the IFC, ROTC
Band and the Varsity Glee Club
collaborated in presenting an all-
campus sing, 'with no prizes.
* * *
THIS GREW the following year
into regular competition, which
Theta Delta Chi won.
There are records of 13 pre-

vious IFC sings which have de-
veloped into a real rivalry for
the first place, gold loving cup.
Bob Rose, member of Zeta Beta
Tau, is in charge of' this year's
IFC Sing. He wishes to stress that
everyone is welcome to come and
there will be no admission charged.
* * *
THE TRADITION of sorority
sponsors came out of the women
demanding a part in the Inter-
fraternity activities, too, as they
felt they were as much a part of
the Greeks as were the fraterni-
ties.
This year, the 18 sororities on
campus sent representatives to
the IFC Office, where each drew
a slip from the box of winners
of the eliminations, plus eight
blank ones. Those sororities who
drew a name are the backers.
The sororities usually make up
songs, cheers and stunts backing
their fraternity and they are as
elated if the men win as the men
themselves.
Some of the sororities throw a
party for the fraternity after the
Sing, or the men will give one for
the women, depending on indi-
vidual plans.
This year's sing will be emceed
by Irv Stenn, Zeta Beta Tau, well
known on campus through his
work on men's judiciary and oth-
er activities.

MIDDLE EAST PROBLEMS:
Coed To Take Part in Forum

Mrs. Mary Murray, '53, has been
selected to represent the Univer-
sity in Mademoiselle Magazine's
Ninth Annual College Forum.
She is one of 12 undergraduate
college women'who will participate
in this, year's forum on "The Prob-
lems of the Middle East."
. * s *
CHOSEN ON the basis of rec-
ommendations by her political sci-
ence-and history professors; Mrs.
Murray has been asked to submit
questions via the mail that get at
the heart of the problems and pos-
sible solutions to political and eco-
WAA Notices~
Tennis Tournament-Four wom-
en have reached the semi-finals of
the all-campus women's tennis
tournament. These semi - final
games must be played off by to-
morrow. Anne Busby will play
Anne Purdy, while Judy Smale will
oppose Barbara Bos. The tourna-
ment finals will be played on
Saturday.
Tennis Club-A meeting of both
beginning and advanced players
in the WAA Tennis Club will be
held at 5 p.m. Thursday in WAB.
* * *
Michifish -- All members of
Michifish, WAA swimming club,
are asked to attend an important
meeting of the club to be held
at 10 p.m. Saturday in the Union
Pool.

nomic problems
East.

of the MiddleI

Co-Rec Clubs
Will Present
Dance Concert
Program To Include
Modern Dance, Bllet,
OriginalCompositions
Combining talents for the eve-
ning, the Modern Dance and Bal-
let Clubs will present their annual
spring dance concert at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in Barbour Gym.
Both groups are co-recreational
clubs and are under the sponsor-
ship of the Women's Athletic As-
sociation.
THE FIRST PART of the pro-
gram will be presented, by the
Modern Dance Club.
A dance masque, "The Silver
Heron," written by Ann Steven-
son with original music by Karl
Magnuson will begin the 'ex-
hibition. Choreography for the
number will be by Geraldine
Miller, and Ellen Sengree de-
signed the costumes.
The masque has been presented
at Inter-Arts Festival and in De-
troit.
ANOTHER of the numbers to be
presented by the Modern Dance
Club is the Bach "Fugue" and
"Preludes," choreographed by John
Francis Huehler.
The next part of the program
will be the composition, "Rap-'
unzel," a story from Grimm's
Fairy Tales.
Two ethnic dances will be pre-
sented by Gertrude Kurath.
THE MEMBERS of the Ballet
Club will feature a group of classi-
cal studies in ballet and more of
the Bach "Fugues."
Mrs. Doris Taylor is responsi-
ble for the choreography for
these numbers.
Finally, repeating the duet
which they presented in the an-
nual Gulantics Review will be
"Mac and Vera."
NO ADMISSION is being charg-
ed for the exhibition and all those
interested in the, program are in-
vited to attend.
Faculty advisors for the co-
recreational clubs are Miss Es-
ther Pease of the Women's
Physical Education Department
and her assistant, Mrs. Geral-
dine Miller.
Doris Mellekey and Henrietta
Hermelin are managers of the
Modern Dance Club and Vera Si-
mons manages the Ballet Club.
All students, both men and
women, may join the Modern
Dance or Ballet Clubs. Both or-
ganizations -'offer their members
an opportunity to participate in
modern dances and to try their
skill in composing original num-
bers.
IFC Ball
Tickets for I.F.C. Ball will be
sold on the diagonal from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. and at the Ad-
ministration Building from 1:30
to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow.
The pice is $3.60 a couple for
the all campus formal.

P I L L S F O R PULLETS - Dr. D. E. Davis' Chicken
Pharmacy in Petaluma, Cal., is an important place, for the town, '
known for its production of eggs, depends on him for healthy fowl.,

'YOU T H I N K IT'S R E A L?'-Deborah Bannister.
Arlington, Va., tries to make an Idlewild, N. Y., airport attendant
understand her pet is a toy as she arrives for flight to London.

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NEWS

In previous years the partici-
pants were brought to New York
by the magazine for all-day
conferences dealing with nation-
al and international problems.
Mrs. Murray follows two former
Michigan coeds, Jutta Gruetzner
aigd Nelda Napier who were mem-
bers of the forum.
ALL 12 STUDENTS are using as
the basis of their questions the
first draft of an article which
Peter Khiss of the New York Times
and former United Nations corre-
spondent for the Herald-Tribune
is writing for the August college
issue of Mademoiselle.
This draft includes Khiss's
findings in interviews with Uni-
ted Nations officials from the ,
Middle East countries,,England
and the United States.
Khiss plans to interview the of-
ficials again for his article, this
time using the questions submitted
by the forum participants.
In presenting these questions to
United Nations officials, Khiss
hopes to obtain "as considered
thought as can be gotten" on the
whole subject of the Middle East.
The questions and answers will be
incorporated in Khiss' finished
article in the August Issue of
Mademoiselle.
International Tea,
There will be an Internation-
al Tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today
for all interested students at
the International Center.

64cro044 Camnpo

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JGP-There will be a JGP Cen-
tral Committee meeting at 5 p.m.
today at the League. Members are
requested to bring ideas for a
theme, according to Mary Hodges,
general chairman.
Panhel - Petitions for Panhel
Ball and Variety Show are due at
5 p.m. today in the League Under-
graduate Office. Those petitioning
are asked to sign up for interviews.
* * *
Assembly-Interested coeds may
apply for the editorship of the in-
ter-dormitory newspaper, 'Assem-
bly Line', in the Undergraduaue
Office of the League. The dead-
line is 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Alpha Lambda Delta-Girls who
have been initiated into Alpha I
Lambda Delta may pick up their
pins in the Dean of Women's Of-f
fice from 3 to 5 p.m. today or to-I
morrow. Senior certificates and
certificates of membership may
be picked up at the same time.
Hillel-Rabbi Harry Kaplan,
director of the Hillel Foundation
at Ohio State University, will be
the guest speaker at Hillel's final
Friday night service for the year
at 7:45 p.m. Friday at the new
building, 1429 Hill Street.
ENSIAN Distribution-
Fri. & Sat., May 16-17
at Student Publ. Bldg.

ART INSPIRED--Be-
jewelled coiffure designed by
stylist Jean Clement in Paris
was inspired by masterpieces of
Etruscan art which antedate
those of ancient Rome.

C EN EKA i.C E E T SB KU SI-H UF F --Korean lad at left seems more interested in keeping
new shoes clean than lie is in the presence of Gen, imes Va Fiect at Seoul's Columbia Orphanage.'

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