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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FVE

League Library Adds
To Record Collection

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By RITA GEDROVICS Starting their weekend's activi-
While students who follow the ties. Van Tyne men are planning
Wolverines to the Little Brown Jug an open-open house.
game will find various activities j
in Minnesota this weekend, those MYSTERY and suspense will
remaining here should find fun at reign at the "Dragnet" costume

IN ANN ARBOR
. ..it's the V.F.W. Club for
DANCING
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Nites

Several new record almubs, in-,
cluding many of the records used
in music literature courses, have
been added to the steadily-growing
League Library collection.
Ranging from operas, sympho-
nies and cbncertos to hit shows,
the new selections include "Me and
Juliet," "The King and I," Men-
delssohn's "A Midsummer Night's
Dream' 'and his "Concerto in E
Minor" for violin.
Three of the new operas are
Verdi's "Aida," "Puccini's "La
Boheme" and Leoncavallo's "Pa-
gliacci."
From time to time, more records
will be added to the already large
collection, which includes over one
hundred albums ranging from
classical to popular.
Students may make suggestions
for future purchases to the librar-
ian or in the Undergraduate Of-
fice.
Both men and women are wel-
come in the listening rooms, which
are located on the third floor of
the League.
The hours for the listening
rooms are the same as those for
the library.
Lists of the records available
are posted in the hal and stu-
dents may write their selections
on a piece of paper, hand it to

the librarian and then go to one
of the listening rooms.
The librarian will play the re-
quested records while the student
relaxes in one of the comfortably
furnished rooms.
Two of the listening rooms are
decorated in traditional style, one
with rose carpets and drapes, gray
walls and green furniture. The
other has brown walls and furni-
ture upholstered with white leath-
er.
The third room is completely
modern with coral walls, gray car-
pet, black wrought-iron lamps and
black butterfly chairs.
Later in the year, the rooms
will be dedicated to the late
Barbara Little who died in 1951
in an auto accident shortly after
her graduation.
Plans were made two years ago
by her sorority members and co-
workers at the League to have a
plaque and picture of her in one
of the rooms.
The three listening rooms were
paid for by the graduating class
of 1953 which contributed proceeds
from their Junior Girls' Play, the
present junior class proceeds from
Frosh Weekend and by the senior
class after their Sophomore Cab-
aret.

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Ph. 2-3972
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DON BAILEY
Your Singing Most

-Daily-Don Campbell
BARREL AND KEG--Don Arveson, nicknamed "Barrel," feeds
the SAE's newly found squirrel, "Keg." The baby red squirrel was
adopted by the fraternity when he well from a tree, receiving a
rather banged-up nose. .
* * * *
'Keg' Adopted by 'Barrel'
BeginsLife as SAE Pledge

the parties sponsored on campus.
"Swing your partner" will be an
expression frequently heard at the
Delta Tau Delta square dance to-
night
FOR ITS first party of the year,
the Intercooperative Council will
also hold a square dance from 8
p.m. to midnight at Lane Hall.
Dressed like "shady" char-
acters or just as casual sight-
seers, Alpha Gamma Delta's will
attend their "Skid Row" party in
a house decorated with murals
Anderson men and the Alpha
Omicron Pi's will enjoy the warm
Indian summer weather at an out-
side weiner roast
INFORMALITY will prevail at
the Victor Vaughan jukebox dance
and the Kelsey "Sock Hop."
"Place your bets!" The silent
whirl of the roulette wheel, the
croupier's calls,'and the click of
the little ball will all mark the
formal atmosphere which will
prevail at the Theta Xi annual
Monte Carlo party tomorrow.
Decorations will be in a Cassino
fashion and, dressed in evening at-
tire, couples willsquander stage
money at the various wheels and
gaming tables.
*. * *
WRAPPED IN sheets and drapes
to represent Roman costumes, Chi
Phi's and their dates will dance
in a room decorated in earlyRo-
man style.
Celebrating the recent com-
pletion of the co-op house, Os-
terweil will hold a housewarm-
ing party.
Halloween spirits and autumn
decor will prevail at "Autumn
Leaves," the annual East Guad fall
dance.
FOLLOWING A hayride from
the Huron River Stables, Sigma
Chi's will return to their house
for a square dance.
Casual atmosphere will set
the mood for the informal
dances of the Alpha Delta Phi's,
Psi Omega's and Alpha Kappa
Psi's.

party of the Theta Chi's.
Relaxation to record music,
cider and donuts will make up
the evening for Sigma Nu's.
Record dances will also be held
by Beta Theta Pi's, Delta Tau
Delta's and Phi Delta Theta's.

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By JOY STANLEA
"Where, oh, where has my little
squirrel gone" has become the
theme song of the Sigma Alpha
Epsilon's.
A little over two weeks ago, an
unsuspecting baby red squirrel fell
out of a tree and was found by a
friendly Kappa Alpha Theta and
turned over to the SAE's.
After taking this nose dive, the
little squirrel was described as be-
ing in poor shape, with a rather
banked-up nose.
Don Arveson, moredcommonly
known as "Barrel," adopted the
animal and promptly named him,
"Keg."
Then came the problem of how
to feed "Keg." The SAE's first
used an eye dropper and then
the little squirrel graduated to a
milk bottle. His beverage con-
sumption also includes small
portions of beer and sherry wine,
administered with care to avoid
the risk of an inebriated baby
squirrel.
His dietary consumption also in-
cludes milk, cookies, hickory nuts
and walnuts.
The SAE's are sure "Keg" is
harmless. However when one is
talking to the squirrel's owner on
the telephone, he can occasionally
detect an exclamation of pain,
"ouch!" Upon inquiry, Arveson will
Tennis Club
The WAA Tennis Club will
meet at 3 p.m. today on the
WAR courts, while at 4 p.m. a
business meeting will be held
to make plans for the remain-
der of the season. All members
are asked to bring their dues.

excuse himself saying, "Pardon me,
'Keg' just bit me on the ear," and
assure the person on the other end
of the wire that if "Keg" could talk
he most assuredly would carry on
an animated telephone conversa-
tion.
"Barrel," the owner of "Keg,"
insists that people realize that
"Keg" is not an ordinary squir-
el. Even at such an earl age his
intelligence is beginning to be
evident. "Keg" is getting to know
the brothers, and even knows
his name, sometimes.
Justification for a squirrel's liv-
ing in the SAE house comes with
the fact that he is an honorary
pledge brother and is using his
owner's pledge pin.
Arveson fears that his squirrel
will never go active, because he
can not afford the initiation fee.
One night "Keg" disappeared,
and only after an extensive
search was he found. He had
crawled into a sweater hanging
on a hook in the closet and
fallen asleep. Only minor dam-
age was done-one not too ter-
ribly big hole.
Possession of the sweater was
retained by "Keg" because it makes
the nicest blanket for his sleeping
box.
Unhouse - broken habits are
"Keg's" only failing. He is con-
tinually making mistakes. One
brother brought the squirrel down-
stairs to show to his girl. Keg sat
in her lap, and although he left
later, he also left a remembrance.
Those acquainted with Keg will
agree with the coed who exclaim-
ed, "Oh, he's the cutest little thing
I've ever seen."

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