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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE YV

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Houses To Vie for Sing Honors

Twelve Choruses Selected

Greek Week
Will Climax
At IFCBall
Tension is mounting all over
campus as ten houses practice dot
rae me's for the annual Interfra-
ternity Sing at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
Hill Auditorium.
Vieing for the coveted first place
trophy, Kappa Sigma will sing;
"Tramp, Tramp" as their bid for
the championship with Delta
Gamma sponsoring them while
Sigma Chi men will present their
version of "Stardust" with Delta
Delta Delta women cheering for
them.
OTHER CROWN seekers will be
Phi Kappa Tau singing "Union Op-
era Medley" sponsored by Chi
Omega; Chi Phi giving out with
"Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor"
supported by Alpha Phi; Lambda
Chi Alpha warbling "Winter Song"
backed by Alpha Chi Omega; and
Acacia offering their favorite,
"You'll Never Walk Alone" as their
entry with an Alpha Epsilon Phi
e rooting section.
The list 'of competitors con-
tinues with Sigma Alpha Epsilone
serenading the Hill audience
with "Nothin Like a Dame" whilen
Alpha Chi Omega coeds agreea
with them; and Phi Gamma Del-9
ta crooning "Danny Boy" to Col-I
legiate Sororsis supporters.
r
Other entries are Sigma Phi
Epsilon competing with "On thes
Sea" while Alpha Gamma Deltac
offers encouragement; and Betar
Theta Pi men presenti;g the everf
popular "Battle Hymn" sponsored
by Kappa Alpha Theta.
Climaxing the program the IFC
Sing winner of the last two years,
Delta Tau Delta will entertain with
a non-competing number, "A
Western Medley." The Delts will
be backed by Alpha Delta Pi wo-
men.
Judging with Sing entries will be
Miss Thelma Lewis, Mr. Benning
Dexter and Dr. Philip Duey from
the music school.
AS IN THE PAST years the sup-
porting women's houses are re-
hearsing novelty antics to present
as the group they are sponsoring
steps onto the Hill stage.
The women have used "crazy"
hats and appropriate signs as
they participate in their role as
Faculty Women
Will Hold Dance,
Potluck Supper
"Swing your partner and around
you go" will be a frequently heard
phrase at the May dance to be
sponsored by the Square Dance
Group of the Faculty Women's
Club Saturday night in Tappan
Junior High School.
Preceding the square dancing
there will be a potluck supper at
7 p.m.
An orchestra, with Mr. M. Van
Ameyde of Detroit as caller, will
provide music for the evening.
Chairmen for the dance are
Prof. and Mrs. Frank Hooper.
They will be assisted by Prof. and
Mrs. Robert Bartels, Prof. and
Mrs. Willard Bateson, Prof. and
Mrs. Harlan Bloomer and Prof.
and Mrs. Lloyd Kempe.
Also participating with plans are
Prof. and Mrs. Howard Latourette,
Prof. and Mrs. James Moffett,
Prof. and Mrs. Dennis Rigan and
Prof. and Mrs. John Wyman.

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To Appear in
Choral groups from12 women's
residences on campus earned the
right last night to appear on the
annual Lantern Night Sing pro-
gram to be held at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Hill Auditorium.
As a result of yesterday's
elimination session, participating
groups will be Betsy Barbour, Al-
pha Omicron Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Al-
pha Xi Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Al-
pha Chi Omega, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Martha Cook, Gamma Phi
Beta and Alpha Delta Pi.
BESIDES choosing the finalists,
supporting houses were designated
and the winner of the posture cup
was selected.
At the songfest sponsored by
the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, Betsy Barbour sponsored
by Prescott House and Cheever
will render its version of "Three
Little Maids." The Barbour
coeds will be led by Miriam
Broderick.
Singing "Bahia" under the dir-
ection of Betty Rice, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi will take the stage with
Kappa Kappa Gamma as their
sponsor..
Members of Pi Beta Phi, whose
leader is Ann Pletta, will present
"Exactly Like You" cheered on by
Collegiate Sorosis.
FOR ITS SONG Alpha Xi Delta
has selected "Christopher Robin."
Its director Sally Hansen will re-
ceive the support of members of
Kappa Delta.
"Floating Down to Cotton
Town" will be sung by Kappa
Alpha Theta under the super-
vision of Margaret Hult and
the encouragement of Mosher.

Lantern Night
Chi Omega will treat the spec-
tators to their interpretation of
"Cindy" when Linda Hiler signals
the opening cord. Stockwell will
be rooting for this sorority.
Ann Alberts, director, has an-
aounced that Delta Delta Delta's
presentation will consist of a med-
ley of moods and that Jordan will
sponsor it.
AN OLD FAVORITE, "When
You Wish Upon a Star," will be
given by Alpha Chi Omega, whose
sponsor and leader are Vaughn
House and Joan St. Denis.
"In a Persian Market" and an
American Medley will be pre-
sented as the contributions of
Alpha Gamma Delta whose lead-
er is Maury Clark and Martha
Cook and its director Sue Schae-
fer.
These houses will be supported
by Couzens and Alpha Phi.
Alpha Delta Pi and Gamma Phi
Beta will harmonize individually
on "The Prayer from Hansel and
Gretel" and "Lady In Waiting."
Delta Gamma and Newberry
will support the leaders Rae By-
ron and Lucille Stansberry in each
sorority's attempt to win the first
place trophy.
Golf Club
The golf club will meet at
5 p.m. today, on the WAB putt-
ing grounds. All women attend-
ing the session ° are asked to
bring their putters. Students
who do not have clubs may
rent equipment for a nominal
fee at the WAB.

BARBECUE TIME:
Co-ops To Stage All-campus Outing

In honor of the 21st anniversary
of University cooperative houses,
an all-campus outing and barbe-
cue, sponsored by the Inter-Co-
operative Council, will take place
at 2 p.m., Suhday, at the Island.
To make sure that everybody will
find his way to the barbecue
grounds, students will assemble in
front of Michigan house, 315 N.
State Street, at 2 p.m.
Varied activities for the after-
noon will start with a choice of
games. For students seeking com-
petition, there will be races and
contests, as well as a treasure hunt.
Sports to suit everyone's likes
will highlight the two-hour recrea-

tion period preceding t'-e bar-
becue. Guests will have a chance
to work up an appetite by engag-
ing in soccer, baseball, volleyball
and softball.
A meal consisting of salads, bar-
becue meat, ice cream and lemon-
ade will be served at 5:30 p.m. at
a barbecue pit.
Following this, an entertainment
period will continue the after-
noon's program. Arthur Rose and
a few other members of the Rus-
sian Chorus will entertain guests
with a number of songs.
Yoram Goren will play musical
selections on his accordion and
the Nakamura Quarette will also

provide entertainment by present-
ing a choice of their numbers.
Starting at 6:30 p.m., square
dancing to the calling of Ivan
Parker, Dean of Students, will cli-
max the afternoon's festivities.
Group singing by the fireside
will conclude the evening program
at 10 p.m.
If weather should be unfavor-
able, meals will be served to groups
in the six individual co-ops.
Tickets for this event, which is
open to everyone on campus, are
50 cents. For the rest of the week
they can be purchased in the Ad-
ministration Building, Mason Hall,
or on the Diagonal.

t

RALPH FLANAGAN

cheering sections for the com-
petition.
The Sing is open to the public.
There will be no admission charg-
ed.
Greek Week activities will cli-
max with the presentation of the
annual all campus IFC Ball from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday in the
Intramural Building.
.* * *
FEATURING the danceable mu-
sic of Ralph Flanagan and his or-
chestra, the IFC Ball committee
has chosen "Cruise Continental"
for the name of this year's dance.
Concentrating on a luxury lin-
er theme, decorations will take
the form of murals showing
scenes from such famous and
glamorous sea ports as Lisbon,
Bombay, Cairo and Naples.

In keeping with the atmosphere,
couples will receive passport pro-
grams as they board ship while
members of the dance committee
will act as crewmen.
ABIDING BY the present
trend in college dances "Cruise
Continental" will be semi-formal
with men wearing dark suits, tux-
edos or dinner jackets while coeds
don ballerina length or formal
dresses for the event.
Tickets for the "Cruise" will be
$3.60 per couple and may be pur-
chased from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
today and tomorrow, at the Ad-
ministration building.
The fraternity having the great-
est percentage of its members at
the dance will be awarded a trophy
by the IFC Ball committee.

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