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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Coeds To Fill
Scrapbooks
For Orphans
Hillel To Participate
In Religious Project
For Children's Home
All coeds are urged to come to
the Hill6l building from 2 to 5 p.m.
today to make scrapbooks for Jew-
ish orphans, according to Barbara
Mazer, chairman of the project.
A fee of 25 cents will be charged
each woman present to pay for
supplies, which will be furnished.
4 After the materials are /~paid for,
any extra funds will be contribut-
ed to the Hillel Foundation.
Each play-book will contain
pages designed especially for child-
ren at each age from five to 12.
The books are written in rhyme.
Each one will contain paper dolls,
coloring sections with crayons,
following - the - numbers games,
crossword puzzles, animated things
such as a sword that can be pull-
d g out of the page, candy and
1 chewing gum.
Pages having a religious signifi-
cance will also be included.
Each page has been cut out and
everything has been set up for the,
project.
No originality or artistic ability
is required. Anyone who can print,
color, cut, paste or trace is needed.
The books will be sent as Chan-
ukah gifts to the Sea Gate Auxil-
iary Pride of Judea 'Children's
Home in Brooklyn.
In a letter representatives of
the home stated, "It is a wonder-
ful thing for girls away from home
to take an interest in religion and
feel it is a part of their life."
Other members of the committee
are Sonny Cohen, Margaret Pays-
ner, Lyn Robbins and Debbie
Shavelson.
Program At Hillel
PlannedTonight
Hillel will hold a supper club
from 6 to 7 p.m. tonight at the
Hillel building.
Corned beef and salami sand-
wiches, cole slaw and coca cola
will 'be served. Admission is 50
cents for members and 65 cents
for non-members. r
Following the supper club, at
7:30 the movies, "House of Roth-
schild," and excerpts from "the
Life of Emile Zola," will be shown.
Admission is free for members
and 25 cents for non-members.
A record dance will take place
after the movies.

Panhel To Present Annual Ball

_. _

-Daily-Jerry Fedor
IFC TRYOUTS-Mal Schlusberg, '55, and Lee Allgood, '55E, are
using the IFC postage meter while preparing letters to be sept to
house presidents. These men are performing one of the office
duties undertaken by IFC tryouts. -
* *
Tryout Training Program
Sponsored by IFC at Union

"Alice in Wonderland" will come
to life from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
Saturday when Michigan Panhel-
lenic Association presents its an-
nual Panhel Ball, "Wonderland,"
in the League.
This year Panhel Ball will be
open to pledges, affiliated trans-
fer women and active members of
the Association.
* * *
FOR THE PAST week tickets
have been sold only to active mem-
bers through the sorority repre-
sentatives at each house. Yes-
terday tickets went on sale in the
League Undergraduate Office for
pledges and affiliated transfers.
Affiliated women, who have
not yet secured tickets, are urged
to buy them this week from 9
a.m. to noon and from 1:30 p.m.
to 6 p.m. in the League Under-
graduate office. Along with the
dance tickets, which are $3, car-
nation boutonnieres may be pur-
chased for 30 cents.
Last year marked the second
time that the traditional event
has been held in the League, and
also the second that the dance
has been open only to affiliated
women and their escorts.
SINCE FALL rushing replaced
the spring rushing period this year,
pledges have also been invited to,
attend the dance.
In previous years Panhel Ball
was held at the IM Building,
but increased costs necessitated
using the League for the past
two years.
Mortar Board
Members of Mortar Board
will meet at 4 p.m. today at
the home of Donna Clark, 609
Hill St.

ALICE'S GAY adventures will be
carried out in the decorations
throughout the entire second floor
of the League. In keeping with
Lewis Carroll's presentation of
Alice as the key figure in the
famous children's series, the story-
book personality will appropriate-
ly occupy the star position.
WAA Notices
This week's volleyball tourna-
ment schedule is as -follows: Mon-
day at 5:10 p.m.-no games; at
7:15 p.m.-Stockwell VII vs. Jor-
dan IV; Alpha Omicron. Pi I vs.
Cheever I; at 8 p.m.-Couzens I
vs. Hinsdale I.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. =- Alpha
Delta Pi I vs. Barbour II; at 7:15
p.m.-Pi Beta Phi I vs. Newberry
I; winier of Couzens I-Hinsdale I
vs. Cook II; at 8 p.m.-Jordan V
vs. Ann Arbor Girls I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. -- no
games; at 7:15 p.m.-winner of
Jordan V-Ann Arbor Girls I vs.
winner of Alpha Delta Pi I-Bar-
bour II; winner of Alpha Omicron
PiI-Cheever I vs. Sigma Delta Tau
I; at 8 p.m.-no games.
* * *
RIDING Club - Intermediate
and advanced classes of the WAA
Riding Club will meet from 3 to 4
p.m. and from 4 to 5 p.m. today
respectively. Members needing
transportation to the stables are
asked to meet at 2:45 p.m. in front
of the WAB.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB
--Town and Country Club mem-
bers will meet from 2 to 4 p.m.
today at WAB for an afternoon of
bowling. Students will meet at
the side door.

Highlighting the decorations,
Alice will be portrayed in a
brightly colored mural over the
bandstand. Unlike most murals
this one of Alice will typify the
style of the other pictures de-
picting Alice's narrow escapes
and gay adventures.
Departing from the traditional
stiff form, these murals will rep-
resent a modern type of art char-
acterized by vivid colors and mod-
ern figures.
Strains of sweet danceable music
will float upward to Alice from the
bandstand below of Red Harper
and his orchestra.
In a nearby room on the second
floor the spotlight will fall upon
another group, Paul McDonough
and his combo.

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Freshmen,
Committee

Sophomore Fraternity Men Learn
Work; Chances for Top Positions
-- n

By BEA JOHNSON
Now is the time for freshman
and sophomore fraternity men to
learn about their Interfraternity
Council activities by joining the
IFC tryout program at the Union.
The IFC Tryout program which
was started last month is designed
to train men for the various IFC
committees and executive nffices.
Any freshman or sophomore
member is eligible to sign up for
the tryout program from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. at the IFC office in the
Union.
Tryouts have the opportunity of
advancing to a committee job and
working up to assistant chairman
to chairman anld finally top offi-
cer and executive committee, dis-
trict representative positions.
The six committees include
Rushing, Public Relations, Schol-
arship, Social, IFC Big Ten Hu-
man Relations and the Office com-
mittee.
Arranging mass meetings, sign-
ing up rushees, passing out fra-
ternity publications and compiling
reports are some of the duties of
tryouts working on the Rushing
committee.
The Public Relations committee
works with The Daily and Univer-
sity News Service for all IFC pub-
licity. This group also publishes
fraternity booklets and compiles
the IFC calendar, of all campus
events.
The annual IFC House Presi-

dents' dinner, the annual pledge
banquet and the annual Christ-
mas party for Ann Arbor children
are slated by the Social commit-
tee. Sponsoring SL movies and
scheduling House Presidents meet-
ings are more duties taken over
by the social organization.
IFC keys will be awarded to
outstanding tryouts and commit-
tee men at the annual pledge
banquet.

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