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Houses Hold
For Children
Santa Claus Featured
At Christmas Parties
Given by Coeds, Men
3' Hinsdale - Van Tyne
Wishing to make the Christmas
of others a little happier, residents
of Hinsdale House of Alice Lloyd
Hall and Van Tyne House of
South Quad held a party from 2:30
to 4:30 Sunday for 44 youngsters
from the Dunbar Center.
These "kiddies" between the
ages of 32 and 6% had two full
hours of activities in store for
Entering the lounge decorated
with balloons, the children re-
ceived colorful hats and then im-
mediately set off on a candy hunt.
After the hunt the youngsters
divided into groups and played
such kindergarten -games as
"Duck, Duck, Goose," and "Frog-
gie, Froggie." Many of them, how-
ever, preferred horseback rides to
the planned games.
Hit of the afternoon was the
appearance of the big man in red,
Santa Claus, who dropped by to
give gifts to all the good boys and
After this excitement died down,
ice .cream and Christmas cookies
attracted everyone's attention.
Combining forces, Helen New-
berry and Allen-Rumsey residents
entertained approximately 70 chil-
dren from Dunbar Center, ranging
in age from 7 to 12, at a Christmas
party last week.
Festivities began with a rush
and friendly competition among
the youngsters to be "the first at
the party."
Musical chairs, circle games and
Christmas caroling were on the
schedule for the afternoon.
However, most popular pastime
for the children, both girls and
boys, was horseback riding, the
men and women sponsoring the
party serving as the "old-faithful
Santa Claus then made his ap-
pearance at the party with a gift
for each child present.
Refreshments of ice cream and
cookies were served after almost
all of the youngsters were satis-
fied with their gifts.
The children were then herded
back to Dunbar Center by weary
students, while the clean-up com-
mittee began picking up the dec-
orations, cups and spoons from the
As one of the students taking
part in the supervision said, "It
was loads of fun. Do you have any
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Zeta Beta Tau
Neighborhood relations were
strengthened during a Christmas
party at 4:00 yeterday when the
members of Zeta Beta Tau enter-
tained 20 children.
The guests were all invited from
homes in the vicinity of the fra-
ternity house and one parent from
each family represented was also
Children at the party received
gifts and dinner was served to all
of the guests.

International Center Plans
Vacation Party Activities

Committee Announces, JGP Cast

While social activities are us-
ually at a standstill during a vaca-
tion period, the International Cen-
ter has planned a whole host of
activities to keep the students who
are spending Christmas in Ann
Arbor entertained.
To start the proceedings, even
home-bound students will be able
to attend a Christmas tea from
4:30 to 6 p.m. today at the Inter-
national Center.
Then to celebrate the end of
classes a special party will be
held at 8 p.m. Saturday at the
International Center. To get in-
to the right spirit everyone is re-
quested to bring a 25-cent gift
which will be exchanged.
On the night after Christmas,
Friday, Dec. 26, President and
Mrs. Hatcher will entertain the
foreign students who remain in
Ann Arbor at a party in their
home. Activities are scheduled to
begin at 8 p.m.
The social whirl continues with
special holiday stag dances Satur-.

day, Dec. 27, and Wednesday, Dec.
31, at the International Center.
At Wednesday's affair party-
goers will have an opportunity
to whoop it up while ushering
in the New Year.
However, all the doings will not
be entirely social. An educational
tour is being planned through
Greenfield Village in Dearborn on
Tuesday, Dec. 30.
Students should make reserva-
tions at the International Center
by Thursday if they desire to take
this trip.
A special bus will leave the
Center at 10 p.m. and return at
5 p.m. The excursion will cost
the student $2 plus a small sum
for eating lunch in Dearborn.
For the foreign students who
desire to see a little more of Am-
erica, The Institute of Interna-
tional Education is sponsoring a
trip to Chicago.
Those desiring to make this trip
can still sign up at the Interna-
tional Center. The price of the
round-trip bus ticket is $11.39.

The Central Committee of the
Junior Girls Play has announced
the final cast for their annual
production to be presented in
There will be a meeting for the
entire cast sometime during the
first week after Christmas vaca-
tion. The meeting time and place
will, be announced in The Daily
at that time.
** *
THE FOLLOWING junior wom-
en will take the leads in the an-
nual play: Mary Ann Alexander,
Marge Beenan, Barb Boegehcld,
Ann Christenson, Jean Daven-
port, Aggie Dunn. Jane Ellet, Mary
Ellen Fryfogle, Martha Hill and
Betty Magyar.
The list continues with Mar-
garet Paysner, Jill Predmore,
Mary Rea, Sue Riggs, Bobbi
Snyder, Sue Spurrier, Lucille
Stansberry and Barb Wagoner.
Coeds who are to take part in
the dancing, singing and uke
choruses are Nancy Aiken, Sally
Angel, Ann Arthur, Phyllis Bai-
ley, Kay Baker, Mimi Baxter, Bet-
ty Beckwith, Phyllis Bettman,
Joyce Cevan, Bev Blancett, Ruth

Blight, Marie Blum, Cynthia
Boyes, Evelyn Brahce, Betty
Brassfield, Margaret Brown and
Linda Churchill.
* * *
THE LIST continues with Coby
Cockburn, Marge Darling, Mary
Ann Davidson, Mary Day, Tula
Diamond, Judy Drake, Carla'
Drije, Ann Fenech, Dee Foley,
Gret Gay, Carolyn Good, Sylvia
Hagopian, Beth Hanson, Georgia'
Ann Hertzman, Janet Hodges,
Sonia Itlis, Judy Johnson, Sue
Kalmar, Fran Kochin, Lee Kop-
low and Ruth Kranty.
Other choristers are Mary
Kuhns, Marilyn Lama, Dolly
Limbrock, Judy Loehenburg,
Kay McLaughlin, Betty Mares,
Sue Martin, Shirley Mason,
Volleyball Winner
Newberry defeated Stockwell
in a challenge game last night,
31-13, to capture first place
honors in the all-campus wo-
men's volleyball tournament.
The Newberry team earned the
right to challenge Stockwell by
beating Couzens.

Mickey Masten, Barbara Meier,
Gret Meier, Esther Miller, Mar-
jo Miller, Ann Moran, Centes
Morrill and Louise Olmstead.
More of the cast include Pat
Raney, Marilyn Rauschenberger,
Nancy Rein, Joyce Roper, Eunice
Ruff, Marge Schroer, Sally Scog-
gin. Robin Squire, Marilyn
Stelt, Diane Swendeman, Phyllis
Thombs, Sue Trometer, Cynthia
Vary, Bev Pack, Ann Plumpton
and Judy Potts.
Katie Wakeman, Bev Warwick,
Lois Wasserman, Mary Lynn Web-
er, Sara Weed, Donna Westerland,
Bosalie White, Sandy Whitting-
ham and Barbara Young, Diane
Prettie and Charlotte Pritchard.
There are still several other
parts in the play to be cast at
a later date.
JGP is an annual event, a mu-
sical comedy usually based on
some phase in the life of a young
Entirely original, the three act
play is written, produced and di-
rected by the women of the junior
class. Music and lyrics for the
songs are also original.

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J-HOP BOOTHS-The deadline
for turning in booth reservations
for J-Hop has been extended to
tomorrow. Reservations are to be
sent to Diane Halbrook at 1830
Hill St.
central committee members have
been announced by the Interview-
ing and Nominating Committee.
Members are general chairman,
Mary Marsh, assistant, Beverly
Brown; entertainment, Peg Zag-
er; decorations and programs,
Sheila Frenkel; tickets, Sally
Traverse; co-publicity chairmen,
Nancy Karnischky and Peg Logan.
national Center will hold its week-
ly tea for foreign students and
American friends from 4 to 6 p.m.
today at International Center.
the Modern Dance Club will meet
at 7:30 p.m. today in Barbour
Gymnasium. All members and
coeds interested in the club are
asked to attend.

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