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WEDNESDAY, DMCEMBER. 8, 1954

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Hatcher Christmas Open House
To Feature Traditional Caroling

In a holiday spirit, President
and Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher will
open their home for a Christmas
Open House at 4 p.m. today.
The. affair is co-sponsored by
the Union and the League to al-
low students of the University to
meet President Hatcher on an in-
formal basis.
Although the entire campus is
invited, houses to be especially
honored are Adelia Cheever, Betsy
Barbour, Chi Psi, Collegiate Sor-
orsis, Phi Delta Phi and Phi Rho
Sigma. Other groups included are
Gurley League House, Lawyer's
Club, and Reeves, Huber, and Van
Tyne Houses of South Quad.
Paul McDonough at the piano
and a vocal group, "the Psurfs,"
will provide entertainment and
lead Christmas carols.
Pourers
Pouring for the event will be
Mrs. Helen Clark, Mrs. Adah Zim-
merman, Mrs. Boaler Rowles, Mrs.
Florence Atkinson, Mrs. Jean Bail-
ey, Miss Gurley, Mrs. Martha
Strauss and Mrs. Gladys Vorys.
Making arrangements for the
afternoon are Elaine Bice and
Grace Ritow of the League and
Jim Leven, Mark Sabin, and Nort
Steuben of the Union.
The last Hatcher Open House
of the semester, the Christmas
affair closes a series of informal
gatherings at the Hatchers' home.
With the first one held to welcome
new students to the University,
the monthly openhhouses have
honored different campus groups
each time.
Besides meeting the Hatchers
and mixing with other students,
guests will have a chanceto tour
the President's home, the oldest
building on campus. Often called
"The Little White House," the
residence is noted for its lovely
rooms.
Petitioning Open
For Assembly Ball
Petitions for nine positions on
the central committee of Assembly
Ball are due Friday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Positions to be filled are general
chairman and chairmanships of
the following committees: finance,
decorations, tickets, patrons, pro-
grams and publicity. Assistant
chairmen will also be chosen for
the decorations and publicity com-
mittees.
All independent women, fresh-
men to seniors, are eligible to pe-
tition for these positions. "The
dance will be presented in Marchi
and work will begin soon after
Christmas vacation," Assembly
president Hazel Frank remarked.
Theme of last year's dance was
"Emerald Enchantment," based
upon Frank Baum's book "The
Wizard of Oz."

IM To Hold
Open House
Groups To Exhibit
Facilities, Equipment
From 7 to 10:30 p.m. Friday, the
traditional IM Open House will
be held at the Intramural Build-
ing.
Open to all students, the affair
will be free.
The event will include demon-
strations of the various sports
available to students in the build-
ing. In the pool, Michifish and
the University Varsity Swimming
Team will share the spotlight from
7:45 to 8:30 p.m.
The two will give alternating
shows, including a duet by Michi-
fish members, Margaret Lord and
Marion Charvat; and three group
numbers; "Michigras," "A Square
Dance" and "Holiday Boogie."
Swim Team
Demonstrating various strokes,
the swimming team will feature
Dave Myers in the individual med-
ley; Bert Wardrop, back-stroke;
Jim Thurlow, breast-stroke; John
O'Reilly, free-style, Tom Prunk,
free-style and Ron Pudduck, back-
stroke.
Chuck Bates and John Narcy
will show their diving skills.
From 8:30 to 9 p.m. there will
be a gymnastics demonstration on
the trampoline, horse, flying
rings and parallel bars. Those per-
forming will -be Ron Schwartz,
John Kreuzer, Steve Fordell, Stan
Head and Cliff Zill.
Last performances of the eve-
ning will be singles and doubles
matches by members of the co-
recreation Badminton Cubh frn

'U' Club To Give Party

By JANE FOWLER
"Tennenbaum," "Weihnachts-
mann" and "Pfeffernuesse" will
be part of the Deutscher Verein
party beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Union.
With the help of the German
Recreation Park Society of Ann
Arbor, the Deutscher Verein will
bring an imaginary evening in
Germany to students and Ann Ar-
borites.
In the Christmas spirit, the
Schuhplattler Group of the Ger-
man Recreation Party Society will
perform a Bavarian folk dance in
costume.
German Life
Five films will offer a glimpse
of German life, landscapes and
music during the Christmas sea-
son. Carols by the Vienna Boys'
Choir, a trip up the Zugspitze,
Oberammergau of the passion
play, and Christmas customs in a
German village will be featured
in' these films.
Santa Claus (der Veihnachts-!
mann) will arrive with gifts for
the children. Everyone will be
served coffee, cocoa, punch and
cookies. In order to partially cov-
er the cost of refreshments and
entertainment, adult non-members
will be charged 35 cents and chil-l
dren 15 cents.
Accordian Touch
After the program guests will
sing carols with an accordion add-I
ing a German touch to the music.I
Making plans for the party are1
members of Deutscher Verein. Al-i
bert Atwell, president, is in charge
of the festivities and is assisted,

by the other officers: Ivana Cha-
pim, Marjorie Anne Brooks and
Richard Weber.
Richard Lefebure will handle the
movies and refreshments will be
served by Jeanne Sykes and Mary
Lue Condon, Ingebtrg Hogh,
Drake Duane and Michael Chen
will decorate the Union.
Photo Calendars
Of Campus Life
Ready for Sale
Students with trouble remem-
bering dates, both the social and
calendar variety, will have an op-
portunity to buy desk calendars
this week and next until Wednes-
day, Dec. 15.
They are being sold in all wo-
men's residences and will be avail-
able from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday,
Monday and Tuesday in the Lea-
gue and Barbour Gym.
The calendars,, covering the
school year 1955, feature the tra-
ditional blue and yellow covers.
Published by the Alumni Coun-
cil and sold by the Women's Ath-
letic Association, they are priced
at 75 cents.
Pictures of familiar campus
scenes, interspersed with the ac-
tual calendar pages, will provide
the student with a lasting momen-
to of the University, after the year
is over.
The pages, each covering a week,
allow space for writing down as-
signments_ annointments t tp~~

DEUTSCHER VEREIN:

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
CHRISTMAS CHEER-In keeping with the Yuletide tradition,
Union members planning this afternoon's Hatcher Christmas
Open House gather around Russell Rayman at the piano to get
"in voice" for the carol singing that will be part of the informal
fun at President Hatcher's home beginning at 4 p.m. today.
Tryouts To Begin Saturday
For Student Talent Show

GRAND PRIZE--Capturing the spirit of class registration at the
University, Don Campbell took top honors in the recent Union-

Tryouts for Gulantics, stude
talent show to be presented
March, will be held from 1 to
p.m. Saturday in Room 3G of t
Union.
"Tryouts were scheduled to b
gin last Saturday but were ca
celled because of a lack of ei
trants,"according to Bob Brow
assistant Glee Club publicity mai
ager. "Any students interested
organizing an act may call Debb
Shavelson, League representati
in charge of auditioning, to recei
further information or to make
tryout appointment," Brown r
marked.
Gulantics is the only camps
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