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FRMAY,'OCTO$ER 22,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Homecominig
HTo Take Over
U' Campus
Students To Celebrate
With Traditional Dance,
Displays for Weekend
Displays , .
As students all over campus are
busily preparing to erect Home-
coming displays, the Eix judges are
getting ready for their part in the
function.
Three faculty judges, two stud-
ents and the Chamber of Com-
merce president will board two
labeled cars at 8:45 a.m. tomor-
row and follow the two routes map-
ped out for them.
The route will not be announced
this year, as the Homecoming dis-
play committee wishes all houses
to be prepared during the whole
day, according to Displays Co-
"chairman Don Persellin. For this
reason all residences should have
their displays up by 8:45 a.m., he l
added.
The judges for this year's con-
test will be Ivan Parker, Assistant
Dean of Students; Prof. Catherine
Heller and Prof. Walter Sanders of
the College of Architecture and De-
Ssign; Robert Gage, president of the
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce;
Gene Hartwig, managing editor of
The Daily and Steve Jelin, presi-
dent of the Student Legislature.
The display competition has been
divided up into two divisions-
Men's and Women's. Three of the
judges will view each. Judging
will be based on originality, appro-
priateness, artistic design and exe-
cution.
Three trophies will be awarded
to the three winning displays in
each division. The rotation tro-
phies with the winner's name en-
graved on it are kept until next
year's display contest.
Dance .. .
Highlighting. the Homecoming
weekend will be "Brown Jug Ball"
to be held from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.
tomorrow at the .IM building.
The dance will feature the music
of Woody Herman and his Third
Herd. The group will play dance-
able selections, according to Herb
Schneider, publicity chairman.
During intermission, couples will
be entertained by the Robbins, a
* vocal quintet. Their renditions will
include "Edd Tide," a Four Fresh-
man imitation number and an ori-
ginal selection.
Tickets, priced at $3.60 per
couple, may still be purchased at
the Administration Building.

By BARB HECHT
After "King" football abdicates his throne tomorrow, the cele-
brating begins in earnest.
Members of Phi Delta Phi and guests will eat in grand style, with
a steak dinner to climax their weekend of dances and open houses.
Prof. Edwin Goddard, chairman of the geology department and
charter member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, will speak at the fraternity's
banquet tomorrow. Yellow mums will be given as favors and movies
will also be shown. A party weekend is on tap for the Phi Theta
Phi's also.
Orchestras To Play
Although most dances will be based on the homecoming theme,
Sigma Alpha Mu will hold a jail-break party. Dick Baker's orchestra
will entertain the rioters and favors will be distributed to female
"criminals."
Miniature paddles and homecoming decor will greet the guests
at the Theta Xi party. Zeta Psi will also bring out all the pennants
for their "Big Ten" party.
Dances, dances and more dances are on the agenda. The follow-
ing groups have hired orchestras for the event: Alpha Rho Chi,
Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Delta Upsilon,
Kappa Sigma, Phi Alpha Kappa, Sigma Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Psi Omega, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Nu
Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Kappa, and Psi Ep-
silon.
A buffet dinner will proceed Phi Chi's dance.
All-campus open houses are planned by Alpha Epsilon, Lambda
Chi Alpha, Lloyd, Chicago and Wenley Houses of West Quad and
East Quad.
Homecoming weekend will be a time of business as well as
pleasure for returning alumni.
The Board of Directors of the Alumni Association will hold meet-
ings over the weekend.
Many Alumni Guests
According to T. Hawley Tapping, general secretary of the Alumni
Association, between 95 and 105 of the past and present directors
and their wives will be in Ann Arbor for homecoming.
At a banquet tonight in the Union, James A. Lewis, Vice-Presi-
dent in charge of student affairs, will speak to officers and the past
and present directors and their wives.
Founders' Day celebrations will be held Sunday at Alice Crocker
Lloyd Hall in commemoration of the building of the "new dorm" in
1949.
The event will honor the women for whom the dormitory was!
named.
This year a musical program will precede the annual tea. Katie
Micou has been named general chairman of the entertainment,
which will feature Beverly Wales at the cello; Sally Baird, flute;
Nancy Snyder, piano and Svea Blomquist, soprano.
A new musical aggregation, "The Stardusters," under the lead-
ership of Paul Brody, will open at the Union Little Club at 9 p.m. to-
night in the North Lounge.
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Students Conform at Big Ten Universities

row skirt of some shade of brown,
white bobby sox and saddle shoes.
The caption concludes: "Big Ten
girls . . . tend to dress college
above the waist, high school be-
low."
Sport Shirt Basic
In other captions we are inform-
ed that "For any but faculty oc-
casions and the most formal events,
the Big Ten male is likely to put
on a sport shirt." A search of
south and west quad, however, fail-
ed to unearth a wild single one.
Under another picture showing
four women in two yellow, one red
and one blue slicker, Life tells-us
that the rain we have recently been
experiencing is dubbed "monsoon"
by Big Ten coeds.
The article also says that cord-
uroy trousers and skirts are "stan-
dard in a Big Ten outfit."
A three hour search of the cam-
pus area and the restaurant where
one of the pictures was taken fail-
ed to reveal one pair of corduroy
trousers or a single corduroy skirt.
BLOCK M
There will be a Block M central
committee and design committee
meeting from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. to-
day in Rm. 36 at the Union. Plans
will be made for the game to-
morrow.

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"Eastern Studied Casualness" or... "Big Ten, Colorful, Conformity"

By MICHAEL BRAUN
From the same offices that sent
throughout the land an ex-con-
gressman's memoirs of his days
in jail, comes a new revelation.
Life Magazine, in its current is-
sue reports that casualness seen in
the clothes of the students at Big
Ten schools is not "the studied kind
which produces sloppiness known
at many eastern schools."

This bit of enlightenment is all
part of a six page, full color, cover
story on appropriatly enough, "The
Big Ten Look."
The tid-bits oP knowledge that
are found in aboundance on the
slick pages are remarkable When
one considers that all this informa-
tion was compiled in a whirlwind
visit to the campuses.

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WELCOME
ALUMINI

One picture shows six Purdu
coeds strolling across the campus
Three of them are wearing tai
suede jacket, two are wearing
orange suede jackets and the non
conformist in the group is wearinf
a green suede jacket.
However, there is no non-con
formity about their skirts or foot
wear. All six are wearing a nar
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