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'F'RIDAY, MAY 7, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VRIDAY, MAY 7, 19~4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA(~ PT~?I~

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Annual Greek Week Events Continued

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Adelphi To Join Ranks
Of Delta Phi Epsilon

IFC Dance,
Ball Game
To Be Held
1IFC Ball..
"Paris" will prevail in an at-
mosphere of travel folders and
sidewalk cafes at the annual IFC
Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight
in the League.
The dance, sponsored by the In-
terfraternity Council, will feature
two orchestras. Fred Dale and his
18-piece band will hold forth in the
League Ballroom, while Red John-
son and his orchestra will play in'
an off-room patio, especially op-
ened for the occasion.
* * *
TYPICAL Parisian atmosphere
will be found in the Ballroom,
where the walls and ceiling will be
covered with large murals of Par-
is street scenes.
Candlelight and soft music
will be featured in the League
* patio, located just behind the
main desk, where couples will
enjoy refreshments at red and
white checked tables. This patio
will be opened "in an attempt to
alleviate the crowded Intramur-
al Building atmosphere," ac-
cording to the Ball committee.
Programs will be of Parisian de-
sign, while flowers for the formal
dance will be optional. Tickets for
the traditional event, priced at $4
per couple, are still available and
may be purchased through the fra-
ternity houses. "Paris" will be
open only to affiliated men and
their dates.
WINNER OF the annual nation-
wide "Mr. Formal" contest will be
announced at the dance by cam-
pus representative Rick Alstrom.

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By MIRIOM SHLIMOVITZ
Michiganites are hopefully looking for more sun for the picnics,
baseball games, spring formals and Mother's Day Teas scheduled for!
this weekend.
The Phi Kappa Tau's will introduce their "Dream Giril," Miss
Nancy Hubbard, to the fraternity and their dates today at a dinner
preceding the IFC Ball.
PLEDGES OF Pi Lambda Phi will be honored with a steak dinner
before proceeding to the IFC Ball. The Delta Tau Delta's are also
planning a get-together before the Ball.
Red and yellow streamers and paper dolls will decorate a local
club for the annual spring formal of Psi Omega, professional den-
tal fraternity. Bill Bottemly and his orchestra are providing the
music for the "Doll Dance."
The Zeta Beta Tau's are providing their guests with a weekend
of atmosphere. The scene opens tonight at a candlelight buffet din-
ner with strolling troubadors playing guitars. After dinner, the couples
will go to the IFC Ball. Tomorrow afternoon, with a shift of scene, a
wiener roast and hay ride will be held at the island. A third change
is scheduled for tomorrow night as the ZBT's "go western" at their
ranch party.
* * * *
STANDISH-EVENS HOUSE has invited Henderson House to a
record dance tonight as a Michigras float-labor aftermath.
Alpha Gamma Delta's and their dates will dance through
moons and stars at their annual spring formal, "Enchanted Eve-
ning," tomorrow to the music of Hal Singer's orchestra. The
formal will be preceded by a dinner at the Union.
A house picnic, complete with steaks, is being featured by Wenley
House, while the Chi Phi's will honor their mothers with an informal
party.
* * * *
THE THETA XI house will be converted into a desert island,
tucking the remains of a ship into a corner for their "Shipwreck
Party."
Tau Delt's will demonstrate their masculinity as they initiate
their dates, "the pledges" into the fraternity at the annual Tau
Delta She party.
Taylor House is planning a picnic and dance for tomorrow, while
Sigma Delta Tau's celebrate anybody's birthday with ice cream 'n
-cake and candles 'n all. Paul Mc-
Donough will furnish music for
dancing.
* * *
6cPlA4 c / p a4 jiA BASEBALL game with the
alumni, a picnic at Huron River
F R1TTTRMI~r. V(TT~g - Park and an informal dance is

#As Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
welcomes Delta Eta Chapter into
its membership at a formal ban-
quet tomorrow evening at the Un-
ion ,the seventeenth national sor-
ority to be represented on the Uni-
versity campus will make its de-
but.
The installation ceremony for
the group originally formed as a
local, Adelphi, in April, 1953, will
be held at the chapter house at
705 Church Street before the din-
ner.
CONDUCTING the installation
Leaders Petitions
For Orientation
To Close Today
Petitions for orientation leaders
for next fall are due at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Coeds who served as leaders last
year and desire to fill the posi-
tions again aredasked to fill out a
blank in the Undergraduate Of-
fice. Experienced, unexperienced
women to lead Freshmen and
transfer groups are needed.
The orientation leaders will not
be interviewed this year. A list of
the coeds chosen will appear in
The Daily next week.
Leaders' responsibilities include
taking their groups through regis-
tration, on tours of the campus,
and seeing that they attend all
meetings on time.
Over 200 coeds will be needed to
assist with orientation week next
fall, starting with the preliminary
meeting Sunday evening, Sept. 12.
Chairman of orientation for next
fall is Susan Fricker, '55Ed. She
will be assisted by social director
Jackie Boggan, '55Ed., and secre-
tary Joyce Perry, '55Ed.

will be Mrs. Howard G. Rossner
of Jackson Heights, N.Y., Inter-
national President of the Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority. Assisting Mrs.
Rossner will be Mrs. William Satt
of Detroit, Central Regional Di-
rector; Mrs. Milton Saffir, Presi-
dent of the Detroit Alumnae Asso-
ciation of Delta Phi Epsilon and
Mrs. Gerald Manshach of Ann Ar-
bor, alumnae advisor to the chap-
ter.
Speakers at the banquet will
include Dean of Women Debor-
ah Bacon, Associate Dean Sarah
L. Healy, and President Rossner.
Elinor Dunn will serve as toast-
mistress for the program. The
whole evening has been coordi-
nated by Marcia Gellert.
Other persons on the guest list
will include Prof. and Mrs. William
Haber, Mrs. Hildreth Sanders,
House Director, and Assistant
Dean Gertrude Mulholland. Sor-
orities and fraternities on the cam-
pus will be represented. A special
invitation has been offered to
parents of the members.
CHARTER members to be hon-
ored at the dinner will include
President Shirley Baylis, Pledge
T r a i n e r Edith Schneiderman,
Rushing Chairman Joan Levin,
Elinor Dunn and Marcia Gellert.
Other new Delta Phi Epsi-
Ions will be Ethel Alpern, Ninion
Bloch, Sandra Brauman, Sarah
Eisenberg, Audrey Friedman
and Ruth Hayman.
Myra Joseph, Nina Katz, Bar-
bara Levin, Nina Miller, Carole
Moskowitz and Marilyn Spiro are
also on the list.
Sunday morning Mrs. William
Haber will open her home for a
brunch to entertain the national
officers, parents and new initiates
of Delta Phi Epsilon.

-Daily-Dean Morton
IFC SING WINNER-Members of Phi Gamma Delta, under the direction of Robert McGrath, '55Mu,
sang their way to victory last night in the traditio nal IFC Sing, held at Hill Auditorium. Sponsored
by Alpha Omicron Pi, who imitated the "Fiji Marching Band" as their supporting cheer, the group
sang an arrangement of "Darkness on the Delta." Second place went to Sigma Phi Epsilon, spon-
sored by Sigma Delta Tau, for their rendition of "Brazil," arranged by Bob Cutting, '54NR. In third
place this year was Beta Theta Pi, supported by Kappa Delta, who presented a medley from
Rogers and Hammerstein's "Oklahoma," arranged by Dean Gilcrist, '55E. A new award, given for
the best sorority support, went to members of Alpha Gamma Delta. Honorable mentions for out-
standing support were given to Delta Delta Delt a and Pi Beta Phi.
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"Mr. Formal" was chosen on a ba-
sis on neatness and general ap-
pearance from pictures taken at
three State St. clothing stores this
week.
Judges for the contest were
Jean Bromfield, president of
Panhellenic; Hazel Frank, pre-
sident of Assembly; John Baity,
president of IFC and Stan Levy,
president of IHC.
Fred Dale's band, which hails
from Chicago, will feature 14 in-

strumentalists, including trombon-
ists Bud and David Baker, trum-
peter Alan Kiger and a quartet
starring Robert Winters.
Dale's orchestra was runner-up
in a recent collegiate band con-
test. Judges for the event were
Ray Anthony, Stan Kenton and
Billy May. Dale is a junior at the
University of Indiana.
General clhairman of this year's
IFC Ball, "Paris," is Ken Rice. Jay
Kaufman is handling programs;
Tom Zilly is in charge of tickets;
heading the decorations committee
is Mike Gale; building and
grounds, John Boyles; music, Bob
Dombrowski; finances Harry En-
son; refreshments, Bob Weinbaum
and publicity, Larry Harris.
* * *

"Swinging the bat" for campus
fraternities will be the following
men from Delta Upsilon: Bob
Brown, Stewart Evans, Dick Ma-
ier, Bob Adams and Dick Buck.
George Nichols, Phi Kappa Psi;
Dar Grover and Don Courtwright,
Zeta Psi's and Andy Hartnett, Bob
Stoner and Dale Broderick, Phi
Sigma Kappa's, have already vol-
unteered to play in the traditional
game. More fraternity men are:
urged to participate in the annual
event.
They will play a seven-inning
game, which will be called-off in
case of rain. Admission is free. All1
affiliates and independents are
welcome to come and cheer for
either team.
Panhellenic Ball
Petitioning Opens
Petitions from affiliated women
interested in positions on next
year's Panhellenic Ball will be due
Monday.
Positions that are open include
general chairman, assistant gener-
al chairman, programs chairman,
decorations chairman, t i c k e t s
chairman and patrons chairman.
Additional information may be
found in the president's reports
and in the sample petitions in the
League library.
Interviews for the central com-
mittee posts will be held from
Tuesday until Friday. Applicants
are requested to sign up for their
interviews in the League Under-
graduate Office as they hand in
their petitions.
Panhellenic Association's Pan-
hel Ball is an annual event, with
a history dating back many years
on the campus. Originally the
dance was open to both indepen-
dents and affiliates on campus.
Since 1950 the dance has only
been open to sorority women. The
dance had been jointly sponsored
by Panhel and Assembly but be-
cause of increased enrollment and
crowded conditions Panhellenic
and Assembly decided to separate
their dances.
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Panhellenic rushing counselors will scheduled by
meet at 3:15 today at the League. the weekend.

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* * *
BLAZERS - Women may pick
up theiri Michigan Blazers from 3
to 5:30 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to
noon tomorrow in the WAB. They
are requested to make out their
checks to the WAA for the bal-
ance due on receipt on the blazers.
* * *
NETHERLANDS LEAGUE-The
spring meeting of the Nether-
lands-America University League
will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at
the International Center.

Sigma Alpha Mu is having a
Vaudeville Party and the Phi
.Delts will hold a record dance.
A dinner and formal dance will
honor the pledges of Psi Upsilon.
"H.M.S. Apronstrings," a Gilbert
and Sullivan parody skit, will cli-
max Alpha Omicron Pi's weekend
in honor of mothers of the soror-
ity members.
Sunday afternoon, Prescott, Ty-
ler, Reeves, Couzens and Geddes
Houses are holding open-open
houses and Mother's Day Teas.

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