SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
One full week of events will get
underway today when Panhellenic
Association and Interfraternity
Council present their Annual Fra-
"Greek Week," as it is called,
will get off to a start this after-
noon with open houses in some
fraternity houses in honor of fac-
ulty, administration and parents.
Monday evening will find 18 fra-
ternities and as many sororities
having exchange dinners.
Panhellenic Association is spon-
soring a tea from 4 to 6 p.m. Tues-
day in the League. A formal in-
stallation of the new Panhellenic
officers has been scheduled for
Tuesday evening Interfraternity
Council will present two scholar-
ship trophies and award recogni-
tion keys at its house presidents'
dinner. Dean Erich A. Walter will
be the main speaker.
IFC will open their offices in the
Union Wednesday for the entire
campus. Refreshments will be
served and the IFC organization
will be explained.
Discussions by representatives
of the administration, faculty and
students are scheduled for the fra-
ternity and sorority house presi-
dents' Fresh Air Camp Confer-
ence Thursday. A Panhellenic
*workshop will be held in the even-
On Friday afternoon each of the
IFC's five geographical districts
will enter a bicycle in a race.
The Week's festivities will wind
up with IFC Sing in Hill Auditor-
ium Friday night-and IFC Ball at
the Intramural Building Saturday
night, featuring Ralph Flanagan
and his orchestra.
Coeds To March To Lantern Sing
To Hold Campus Barbeque
Activities Will Honor Anniversary of Co-ops;
Afternoon To Include Softball, Dancing, Songs
Celebrating the founding of six Preparation of the meal, which
campus co-operative houses 21 will include lemonade, cole slaw,
years ago, the Inter-Cooperative potato salad; barbeque and ice
Council will sponsor an all-campus cream, will be carried out by co-op
barbeque at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 10, members under the supervision of
at the Island. the Inter-Cooperative Council's
Climaxing a week of festivities, Steward Committee.
the event will continue throughout Although some of the food will
the evening. be prepared at the pit, most of it
will be taken care of beforehand
THE SIX HOUSES to be hon- at the various houses.
ored are Michigan House, Muriel Tickets for the event, which is
Lester House, J. M. Nakamura open to the entire campus, may be
House, Harold Osterweil House, purchased for 50 cents. They will
Robert Owen House and A. K. Ste- be on sale beginning tomorrow at
vens House. the Administration Building, and
A varied schedule of activities Wednesday through Friday at Ma-
has been planned in an attempt son Hall and on the Diagonal.
All women on campus are in-
vited to march with the Michigan
Marching Band Monday, May 11,
in the Lantern Night Parade which
is part of the Lantern Night pro-
gram presented annually by the
Women's Athletic Association.
Especially honoring senior wo-
men, the parade; will be one of the
last functions the graduating coeds
will participate in as a class.
* * *
DIRECTLY BEHIND the band,
will march five lines of coeds with
the seniors in the middle, flanked
on both sides by underclassmen.
Houses will line up together as
a body with members of each
unit carrying banners identify-
ing their respective residences.
The residence groups will fol-
low five campus leaders stepping
down from positions as president
of the League, Assembly Associa-
tion, Panhellenic Society, Women's
Athletic Association and Judiciary
THESE LEADERS wearing the
traditional blue ribbons as will all
the seniors are Phyllis Kaufman,
Adrienne Shufro, Diane Harris,
Nancy Fitch and Judy Clancy.
Yellow ribbons will be worn
by the juniors, red by the soph-
omores and green by, the fresh-
Each woman is requested by the
committee to bring her own rib-
THE COMMITTEE asks that
every woman take part in the par-
ade regardless of participation in
the Lantern Night sing.
Marchers will assemble for
the parade at 6:45 p.m., Monday,
May 11 in front of the Alumni.
Memorial Hall across from the
At 7 p.m. with all the traffic
blocked on the parade's route, the
coeds will progress down the steps
of the Alumni Memorial build-
ing to State Street, then to North
University Street and on to Hill
Auditorium which will be the scene
of the 39th annual Lantern Night
* * *
ON THE STEPS of Hill Audi-
torium the marchers will form a
giant M before singing the alma
mater, "The Yellow and the Blue."
After the procession, the even-
ing's main event, the Lantern
Night Sing, will be held in Hill
Eliminations, initiated three
years ago to cut down the length
of the program, will be held Wed-
nesday at Hill Auditorium.
DUEY DIRECTS-Philip A. Duey, director of the Men's Glee
Club, leads two members of the Club in "Casey Jones," which
will be featured at the annual spring concert to be presented
Saturday, May 16. '
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to satisfy the diverse recreation-
al preferences of the guests.
Among these are softball, volley-
ball, soccer, square and folk danc-
ing and folk singing.
FOR THE MORE athletic stu-
dents attending the barbeque, the
committee has planned softball,
volleyball and soccer games.
'Calling the "allemand right
and a grand right and left" for
square dancing will be Ivan
Parker, Dean of Men, while
Yoran Goren will entertain on
Those attending will also learn
the basic steps for some of the
more well-known folk dances.
CLIMAXING the evening's fes-
tivities will be folk singing, with
the group being accompanied by
a campus guitarist.
The barbeque, which will be-
gin at 5:30 p.m., will take place
at an old-fashioned barbeque pit,
Glee Club, Teaching Duties
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Presenting their annual spring
concert on Saturday, May 16, will
be the University of Michigan
Men's Glee Club under the direc-
tion of Philip A. Duey.
In addition to his duties as di-
rector, Prof. Duey is a professor of
voice in the University's School of
Music. His teaching duties and the
Glee Club give him a crowded
schedule throughout the year.
* * *
NOW IN HIS SIXTH year with
the Men's Glee Club, Prof. Duey
turned to teaching and glee club
work after many years of profes-
sional experience. He is a veteran
of some 5,000 radio broadcasts, in-
cluding appearances on the first
broadcasts of six coast-to-coast
For League Posts
An open house for coeds inter-
ested in petitioning for positions
in the summer League will take
place from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in
Petitions for positions, which in-
clude president of the League,
chairman and two members of
Judiciary Council, social chairman,
round-up room chairman and pub-
licity chairman, may be obtained
in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice or in all women's housing
President's reports, which are
available iri the League Library,
will provide information for wo-
men who wish to apply for posi-
Petitions should be turned into
the Undergraduate Office by 5
p.m. Friday, and interviews will
be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12
and 13. Women should sign up for
an interview when they hand in
Prof. Duey was a member ofI
the "Revelers Quartette," along
with James Melton, Lewis James
and Wilfred Glenn. Frank Black,
now conductor of the National
Broadcasting Company Sympho-
ny, was accompanist and ar-
ranger for the group.
He appeared in some of the ear-
liest Vitaphone movie shorts and
sang in some of the first synchro-
nized sound motion pictures.
* * *
BORN IN MACEY, Ind., he grew
up on a farm. His father directed
the town band, and all 11 children
in the family were musically in-
clined although Prof. Duey was the
only one to go into music profes-
Author of a book entitled, "Bel
Canto in Its Golden Age," this
work represents ten years, of re-
search and writing. The book
traces the history of the teach-
ing of singing back in the 17th
and 18th centuries in Italy.
Backed by his more than 20
years of experience in show busi-
ness, Duey arranges most of the
songs performed by the club.
which will be
WAA SOFTBALL-This week's
schedule pf games in the WAA1
softball tournament is as follows:j
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Stockwell
I vs. Gamma Phi Beta I*; Sorosis
I vs. Henderson I*; At 7 p.m.-
Vaughan I vs. Jordan II*; New-
berry I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta II*;
Couzens I vs. Stockwell II*.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega I vs. Martha Cook II*; At
7 p.m.-Palmer I vs. Alpha Xi Del-
ta II*, Alpha Omicron Pi I vs.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Apha
Delta Pi II vs. Kappa Delta I*;
At 7 p.m. Stockwell III vs. Vaugh-
an II"; Couzens II vs. Angell II*.
*Teams responsible for the bases.
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