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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOR 5, 195

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-Hop To Feature Modern Setting

Coeds To Fi

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ndependents
Fo Present
\nnual Dance
I-Hop, the first all-campus
ance of the year, will be held
om 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in
ie League Ballroom.
The dance is informal, the wo-
en wearing dressy dresses and
ie men in suits.
* * *
'BLUE HORIZON' is the theme
the dance, whiph will feature
1e music of Don Bari and his
rchestra and Paul McDonough
ad his combo.
I-Hop was known for the past
four years as A-Hop, but this
year the name was changed to
[ for independents who are the
sponsoring groups for the dance.
Members of the committee wish
stress the fact that the informalE
ance is open to the entire campus,
ad affiliates especially are in-
ted.
DECORATIONS WILL be mo-
ernistic, and feature artistic "mo-
.les," a space modulator, and var-
us effects with lighting.

S * *

Seven

Posts

Volleyball Tournament
To Begin Tomorrow

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-Daily-Ken Tootell
MODERN MODE-The three students working on modernistic
decorations for the I-Hop are Dan Peterson, Jerry Zieman and
Ron Dalton. Space modulators, a fountain of dry ice mist, and
artistic "mobiles" will adorn the second floor of the League for
the dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday. Tickets are
priced at $2.50 per couple and are being sold in Angel Hall, the
League, and may be purchased at the door.

Behind the bandstand in the
main ballroom yarn stretched
on a wooden frame will repre-
sent lines reaching to infinity.
The band will be silhouetted
against a luminous moon in
front of the dark blue back-
ground.
The same effects will be pro-
[uced on a smaller scale in the
3ussey Room, where Paul Me-
)onough's combo will play.
THE MICHIGAN ROOM will
nave a lighted pool with bubbles
Ioating up and down in the water.
ropical fish will complete the at-
nosphere of a tropical clinate.
A fountain with mist produced
by dry ice will fill the center of
the concourse, and foliage and
park benches will be placed
around the fountain.
Proceeds from the dance are
raditionally given to a charitable
rganization. In 1950 they went to
he Phoenix Project and last year
hey were given to the University's
Fresh Air Camp, which provides
amping experience for underpriv-
leged children.
The majority of the proceeds
vill be given to this same organi-
ation again this year.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

On Fortnight
Petitions Due At
Undergrad office
By Tomorrow,
Seven positions on the central
committee of Fortnight are open
to independent women interested
in petitioning.
Petitions are due at 6 p.m. to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League and the Assem-
bly Board will meet for interview-
ing from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday.
** *
THE POSTS which are to be
filled are general chairman, as-
sistant c h a i r m a n, decorations
chairman, honors and patrons
chairman, program chairman,
publicity chairman and skits chair-
man.
Any woman is eligible to peti-
tion if she lives in a dormitory,
league house, ,private home or co-
operative house.
Fortnight is an evening's pro-
gram which honors independent
coeds for outstanding achieve-
ments in scholarship and extra-
curricular activities.
* * *
A SCHOLARSHIP cup is award-
ed to the house that attained the
highest scholarship average during
the past year.
The program includes the in-
stallation of house presidents and
they are introduced to the audi-
ence and given their official house
president's pin.
The main event of the evening
is a series of skits planned and pre-
sented by each house group. Com-,
petition runs high, and at the
end of all the three-minute skits
the judges decide the first, sec-
ond and third place winners..
* * *
A TRADITIONAL cup is award-
ed the first place winners of the
competition and plaques are pre-
sented to the next two succeeding
winners.
The prizes are engraved with
the name of the houses that have
won in past years.
Last year Fortnight was plan-
ned around the theme "Belles and
Beaux."
Graduate Club
The first meeting this year of
the Graduate Outing Club will
take place at 2 p.m. today.
Members will meet at the Hu-
ron St. entrance of the Rack-
ham Bldg. to begin the hike.
For further information call
Dave Berman, R. 4500, Chem-
istry Bldg.

Play in this year's women's all-
campus volleyball tournament,
sponsored by the Women's Athle-
tic Association, will begin tomor-
row in Barbour Gym.
Teams have been entered from
many of the coed residences, both
independent and affiliated.
Each team must have a mini-
mum of ten players and a maxi-
mum of 15, with ten playing on
the floor at one time.
Actual play will be divided into
two ten minute halves, with a rest
period of five minutes between
them.
A team must default its game if
it has less than ten players on the
floor or if its players are not on
the court five minutes after the
game is called. The failure of a
team to provide a timer or scorer
will also make necessary default.
A team may cancel a game be-
fore Monday noon of each week if
the minimum number of players
cannot be present.
Valid excuses for cancelling
games are house functions, classes
and illness of team members. Oth-
er excuses will be accepted at the
discretion of,tournament manager,
Joyce Dudkin.
The schedule for the coming
week is as follows: Monday at 5
p.m.-Alpha Delta Pi II vs. Klein-
stueck I; Barbour I vs. Collegiate
Sororsis I; at 7:15 p.m.-Angell I
vs. Delta Delta Delta I; Stockwell
III vs. Jordan I; at 8 p.m.-Stock-
well VII vs. Mosher II.
Tuesday at 5 p.m.-Jordan VI
vs. Sigma Delta Tau I; Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Stockwell I; at
7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta I vs.
Newberry I; Palmer I vs. Kappa
Delta I; at 8 p.m. - Alpha Chi
Omega I vs. Leland I; Vaughn I
vs. Jordan III.
Wednesday at 5 p.m.-Stockwell
II vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma I;
Barbour II vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi
I; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Phi II vs.
Mosher I; Stockwell V vs. Gamma
Phi Beta I; at 8 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Henderson I; Jordan
II vs. Chi Omega I.
Thursday at 5 p.m.-Alpha Del-
ta Pi I vs. Adelia Cheever I; Kap-
pa Delta II vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-

ma III; at 7:15 p.m.-Atpha Xi
Delta II vs. Stockwell VI; Pi Beta
Phi vs. Couzens I; at 8 p.m.-Pi
Beta Phi II vs. Prescott I; Jordan
V vs. Chi Omega II.
Winners of these games will be
placed in the "A" tournament
bracket with the losers being plac-
ed in the "B" round. A loss of two
games will eliminate a team from
the tournament. A default will al-
so eliminate a team.
Practice space available will be
posted on the bulletin board next
to the tournament schedule in
Barbour Gym.
Methodist Club
Will Issue Call
For Members
Kappa Phi, Methodist women's
club, will begin calling on campus
women tomorrow, when women in
all residences who are members, or
prefer the Methodist church, will
be contacted on two calling days,
Monday and Tuesday.
Invitations will be extended at
this time to a buffet supper to be
held-Thursday, Oct. 9, at the First
Methodist church. During the op-
ening visits Kappa Phi will be ex-
plained to prospective members.
Kappa Phi has a double purpose
on campus, one is social, the other
educational. At the Thursday, bi-
monthly meetings throughout the
year the women meet in the
church, eat dinner together and
participate in the programs.
Since leadership for work in the
church is a prime purpose of Kap-
pa Phi, many panel discussions are
planned during the year. Guest
speakers are often brought in.
Projects are carried on which
are community-wide; internation-
al work is also engaged in. Last
year the women worked in Uni-
versity Hospital and helped sup-
port a childrens' home.
Kappa Phi had their national
convention this summer at Ohio
Wesleyan University, D e 1 w a r,
Ohio.

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SMART SET-UP:

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Tutorial

Services

Offered

--Daily-Alan Reid
PURE ADMIRATION-Lambda Chis exhibit nothing but pure
admiration for their newly acquired canine friend. The eleven
week-old 'puppy' replaces Major III, who flunked out of school
last semester. Major IV was guest of honor at a record dance at
the Lambda Chi House last night. .
Fraternity Houses Sponsor
Special Week-end for Dogs

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The Union and League are again
cooperating to present a tutorial
service for students who would like
extra academic assistance.
In order to qualify as a tutor, a
person must have received a B in
the course he wishes to tutor if
that subject is in his major field
or a grade of A if the course was
not in his field of concentration.
Both tutors and those who wish
to be tutored may sign up either
at the Undergraduate Office of
the League or at the Student Of-
fices of the Union.
,Union student offices are open
from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday and the League Undergra-
H Ilel Dance
A supper club and barn dance
will take place tonight at the
Hillel building. It will start at
8 p.p. and feature a caller. The
affair will, be free for members,
and 25 cents for non-members.
Memberships which cost $2 will
be sold at the door.

duate Office is open from 1 to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Rates for tutors are $1 an hour
for all courses except chemistry
and physics which will be $2 an
hour. The Union and League han-
dle this as a service and the tutors
keep the entire fee.
Students who wish to become
tutors may sign up in the Merit
Tutorial Office or the Student Of-
fices.
The Merit Tutorial Committee
at the League, is entrusted with a
two-fold job. The committee keeps
the activity records for every coed
on campus and runs a tutoring
service which is open to any stu-
dent who wants academic help.
This committee has on file a list
of both tutors and those wanting
to be tutored, men and women
alike.
Coeds who want to gain experi-
ence in the League activities by
working on the Merit Tutorial
Committee should watch The Daily
for notices of a mass meeting when
they may sign up for positions on
the committee.

With very little planned to en-
tertain the University this week-
end, the campus dog had his day.
Inspired by the return of their
mascot, Penny, the Sigma Nu's
had scheduled a Dog Open House
which was to have taken place yes-
terday at the Sigma Nu house.
* * *
BECAUSE OF unavoidable dif-
ficulties, the party was called off
and the house is planning on hav-
ing it sometime in the future.
'Penny' signs were seen on
the campus as advance publicity
for the party, which was to have
featured horsemeat steaks as
refreshment.
A steak eating contest was sche-
duled for entertainment and the
winner was to receive an extra
steak.
* * *.
THE WAILS and whines of dog-
dom mingled with the strains of
Ralph Flanagan at the Lambda
Chi house last night, as the Lamb-

da Chis put on a record dance in
honor of Major IV.
Major has replaced the collie
who flunked out rather hurried-
ly last year after biting the
postman.
A 40 pound, eleven week-old St.
Bernard puppy, Major makes cas-
ual friends with anyone who comes
to the house.
He even chummed up with a
seeing eye dog who came to the
house with the piano tuner the
other day.
Eating the Lambda Chis out of
house and home, the lovable pup
often puts them on the spot be-
cause he's "only sort of house-
broken," according to a fraternity
spokesman.
As for the Sigma Nu Open
House, Major had planned to be
there and to go all out to win
that steak contest, even though he
is only a pup.

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