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Blue Horizon' To Set Mood at I-Hop
Decorations in Modern Vein:
To Feature Black Lighting :..

Rushees To Complete
Sorority Party Series

Many people think that Ulrich's Book
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used and new books for every course on
the Michigan campus.

'Blue Horizon' has been chosen
as the theme of the 1952 I-Hop, to
be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 11, in the League.
The dance is presented annually
by the independent men and wo-
men on campus. However, it is
open to the entire campus and af-
filiates are especially invited.
CO-SPONSORING groups are
Assembly Association and InteL-
House Council, the new men's or-
ganization which wilt take the
place of the Association of Inde-
pendent Men. The central com-
mittee posts are divided between
these two sponsoring groups.
In the four previous years the
dance has been given, it was
called A-Hop, combining the ini-
tials of Assembly and AIM.
This year, the fifth annual af-
fair, the change in men's organiza-
tion warranted a change in the
name of the dance, so "I" for in-
dependent was substituted for "A."
IN ORDER to carry out the
theme 'Blue Horizon,' the entire
second floor of the League will be
decorated in a modern mode, em-
phasizing special lighting effects
of black light.
Abstract constructions will
adorn the walls of the main
ballroom, and artistic "mobiles"
will hang from the ceiling. Be-
hind the bandstand, y a r n

stretched on a wooden frame
will represent lines reaching to
infinity. Black light directed to
the moon will light it up against
a dark blue background.
,The whole effect will be to sil-
houette the band against a back-
drop of modern design.
* * *
DOMINATING the center of the
ballroom ceiling will be a mirror-
ed sphere four feet in diameter. It
will revolve slowly and cast light
on the entire room.
There will be a fountain in
one of the rooms and benches
and underbrush will complete a
scene in the park.
The dance will be presented the
night of the Michigan-Indiana
football game, and an invitation
will be issued to guests from the
University of Indiana.
* * . *
I-HOP WILL be informal, which
means that women wear dressy
dresses and men wear suits. Late
permission until 1:30 a.m. has
been granted by the Office of the
Dean of Women.
Price of admission is $2.50 per
couple, and tickets will be sold
on the diagonal, Angell Hall,
League, men's residences and at
the door.
It is a tradition to give the ma-
jor part of the proceeds from I-
Hop to a worthy organization. In
1950 they went to the Phoenix
Project. Last year and again this
year they will be given to the Uni-
versity's Fresh Air Camp, which
pr6vides camping experience for
underprivileged children.
WHEN THE dance was present-
ed in 1950 it had as its theme
"Moon Midst' and transported
couples to an imaginary world
among the mountains of the moon.
In the center of the ballroom a
rocket ship was poised ready for
Last year the central commit-
tee chose for its theme "Kick-
Off" and decorations showed
scenes familiar to all students
on the day of the big game.
The main ballroom was the sta-
dium, and bleachers were placed
along the sides of the room. From
the top of the stadium waved pen-
nants of the team's traditional
football foes.
* * .
AGAIN THIS year the dance
wil have two orchestras to play
for couples. One will be in the
main-ballroom and music will be

With the third set of parties
coming up today, sorority rushing
is entering its last week.
Parties in the third set will be
very informal dinner getrtogeth-
ers. Many of them will be picnics
held in the yards of the houses or
picnic sites convenient to them.
Today, parties will be held from
1 to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 to
7 p.m. The schedule will continue
with parties from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
both tomorrow and Tuesday.
Wednesday, rushees wil pick up
their invitations for final des-
serts from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in
the League, and final dessert par-
ties are scheduled for Thursday
and Friday.
Pledging ceremonies in the var-
ious houses will be held at 8 p.m.
Saturday. Rushees will pick up
their bids at 7:30 p.m. the same
With rushing a little over a
week old, many of the same things
that bring chuckles each year
have been noticed in the houses.
Some of the houses on Wash-
tenaw have been visited by pow-
dered and lipsticked men who rush
to the door screaming their un-
dying faith in sororities and their
great desire to be pledged on the
Rushing chairmen of several
sororities were slightly astounded
when they opened the doors of
their houses to admit two lovely
"girl rushees," E m ma J e a n
Schmaltz and Peppernilla Porter.
Both of the "girls," who are pre-
sently living in the Chi Phi house,
were clad in fashionable sweaters
and skirts, and wore colorful
scarfs tied around their bobbed
hair in Gypsy style.
"Emmie" and "Peppie" made
their departure with the usual
farewell, "It's been so-o nice talk-

ing with you." After they left, sev-
eral of the sorority girls exchanged
complimentary remarks about
their perfect manners and good
Co-Rec Club
To Welcome
All Students
A i m i n g to promote ballet
through instruction and perform-
ances, the Women's Athletic As-
sociation Ballet Club will hold its
reorganizational meeting at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in Barbour Gym
Dance Studio.
Managed by Vera Simon, the
club will welcome both men and
women members.
Classes will be organized to meet
the' requirements of both begin-
ning and the more advanced stu-
In addition to working or tech-
nique, dancers will have a chance
to work on choreography. Many
of the resulting compositions will
be used in performances to be pre-
sented throughout the year.
A Christmas program in coop-
eration with the Modern Dance
Club has been scheduled for Dec.
16, while the Spring Dance Festi-
val will be held on May 14.
Members of the club will also
participate in several benefit per-
formances throughout the year
and in the Inter-Arts Festival.
Last year, club members pre-
sented excerpts from "Sleeping
Beauty" ballet at the Holiday
Dance Exhibit which they pre-
sented with the Modern Dance
Club, also a co-recreational or-

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-University Photo Service
HONORARY QUEST-Gail Hymen, general chairman of I-Hop
and Ron Bornstein, publicity chairman, are seen presenting Gov.
G. Mennen "Soapy" Williams with a complimentary ticket to the
dance which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday Oct. 11
in the Michigan League.
* * * * * *

piped to several other rooms on1
the second floor of the League.
A combo will provide music in
a different mood in another
room of the League. In this way
the committee hopes there will
be types of music to satisfy ev-
eryone's taste.
General chairman for 'Blue Hor-
izon' is Gail Hyman, who will be
assisted by the other members of
the central committee.
Those who wish to work on de-
corations may drop in at the Lea-
gue any afternoon. A bulletin

board will giye the times when
there will be some member of the
decorations committee in charge.
Patrons and programs will be
handled by Evelyn Malawista, Ar-
dith Brask, Gene Ciranni and
Vince Shoeck.
Chairmen of the publicity com-
mittee are Quinn Adamson, Ron
Bornstein, Adrienne Shufro and
Katherine Zeisler. Jerry Parker
and Della Galloway are working
on the finance and the band com-


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tratibns may still be made for the
fall conference of Michigan Chris-
tian Fellowship which will be held
from Friday to Sunday, Oct. 5 at
Island Lake Recreation Area. Any
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* * *
be a League Council meeting at 4
p.m. Monday in the League. All
members are asked to be present.
* * *
YOM KIPPER - Yom Kipper
services will be conducted in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at the
League at 8 p.m. tonight (Sunday)
t and 10 a.m. tomorrow (Monday).
Rabbi Lyman and Professor Ron-
ald Freedman of the sociology de-
partment will officiate.



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