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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9,1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGK IWE

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IFC, League Schedule
Holiday Season Parties

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You are invited by the
CLEVELAND
MICHIGAN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

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League ..
Santa Claus, dancing, caroling
and holiday refreshments are in
store for all those attending the
first all-campus Christmas party,
to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday
in the League.
u The yuletide event' will be open
to all Universitystudents, faculty,
administration and their families.
No admission will be charged.
Planning the Christmas party
are: general chairman, N a n
Schiller; invitations, Barbara Ue-
bel; children's floor, Deborah Sha-
velsor; pictures, Nancy Reilly; re-
freshments, Lou DeHart and car-
oling, Margie Price.
Other members of the League
South Quad
Plans Decor
For Formal
Strains of Christmas music will
greet guests as they enter South
Quadrangle for "Noel Moderne," to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday.
Leo Roach, who was chairman of
decorations for the first "Noel Mod-
erne," is once again the chairman
after returning from service in the
army.
Roach has decided to add tur-
quoise, purple, and charcoal to
the shocking pink and silver which
he used in the first "Noel Mod-
erne" in 1951. These colors will be
carried into the mobiles which
have become a tradition at the
dance.
The traditional Christmas colors,
red and green, will be used only
in the lounge. Included will be a
large tree and numerous poinset-
tias.
Featured in the decorations this
year will be a large water pool in
which there will be floating gar-
denias and pandles.
Don Bari and his orchestra will
provide the music for dancing in
the Tandem room from 9 p.m. to
midnight.
After the dance in the main room
the guests will go down to Club
600 and sing Christmas carols
There will also be a combo play-
ing in the second dining room from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
The dance is open to only past
and present residents of the Quad.
General chairman for the dance
this year is Richard Kabaker.
Patrons for the dance this year
will be President and Mrs. Harlan
H. Hatcher, former President and
Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Vice
President for Student Affairs and
Mrs. James A. Lewis and Dean
and Mrs. Peter A. Ostafin.

Council acting as chairmen of the
various committees are: interna-
tional display, Debbie Townsend;
decorations, Mary Sherman; pro-
grams, Jo Craft; and publicity,
Margi Blunt.
Prof. Benjamin W. Wheeler of
the history department, and chair-
man of faculty counselors for jun-
iors and seniors in the literary col-
lege, will act as Santa Claus
The third floor of the League will
be turned over to the children Sun-
day, complete with "jolly-old-St.
Nicholas" and a full hour of Christ-
mas movies.
A photographer will take pictures
in a variety of holiday backgrounds
in the Kalamazoo Room, and an in-
ternational display of Christmas
customs in other countries will be
featured in the Ballroom. This dis-
play will be put on by students
from the International Center.
Red Johnson and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing in
the Michigan Room, while the Hus-
sey Room on the second floor will
be open to everyone for the sing-
ing of traditional Christmas car-
ols,
League decorations will consist
of evergreens in each of the wood
panels on the first and second
floors, highlighted by silver-angel
silhouettes. Yuletide wreaths and
bright Christmas trees will also
decorate the lobby of the League.
Refreshments, which will be
served in the Vandenberg Room by
members of the League Council,
will be punch and Christmas
cookies.
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I.F.C.
Fraternities will show holiday
spirit Saturday afternoon when
they open their houses to Ann Ar-
bor children.
The Interfraternity Council will
sponsor these Christmas parties for
the fourth successive year. Par-
ticipating in the program are the
40 individual fraternity houses.
They will be the scene of fun and
merry-making from 1:30 to 3 p.m.
Saturday.
Each house is planning its own
entertainment and decorations. Re-
freshments will be served and the
children will be given small fa-
vors.
About 2,000 from kindergarten
to fourth grade level are expected
to attend.
Santa Claus will put in an ap-
pearance, as a special treat for
the youngsters. Dick Briggs, Bill
Diamond, Marshall Badt, Bob Ep-
pinger and Bob Birnbaum will don
the red and white costumes and
visit the houses with 'packs' of
gifts.
Al Holderness and Ron Stone are
co-chairmen of the IFC program.
The fun and festivities will be the
result of their preparation.

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HOLIDAY DINNER DANCE

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RAINBOW ROOM, HOTEL CARTER
(Formal)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21
with
CLINT NOBLE and His Orchestra
Dance -- $4.00 per couple
Dinner - $4.00 per couple, additional
(Optional)
For Reservations:
BOB MORGAN at the ALUMNI MEMORIAL BUILDING
December 7-10, 9:00-5:00
December 13-16, 9:00-5:00

UP IN THE AIR-The University campus
this to student pilots, as they fly 2,000 feet
dents. More than 100 students take part in
offered at a local airport.

-Daily-Lynn Wallas --Daily-Chuck Kelsey
looks something like FINAL CHECK-Arthur Wynne, one of the many licensed student
over their fellow stu- pilots, makes a final check on his map and instruments before
taking off. He is shown in a Piper Tri-Pacer 135 plane.

Greek Week
"Greek Week" central com-
mittee members have been an-
nounced by the Interfraternity
Council and the Panhellenic
Association.
Members are Jack Schaupp,
Ginny Abbey, general chairmen;
Gene McCracken, Betty Brown,
secretaries; Jay Kaufman, IFC
Ball; Nort Stuart, Jean McRae,
publicity; Don Head, Nancy
Stevens, President's Confer-
ence; Frank Knox, Mary Min-
ler, Exchange Dinner.
Jerry Goebel, Harriet Thor-
ne, mass picnic; Terry Eiken-
berry, Joe Simon, Marilyn
Smith, Arlene Widdis, booklet;
Frank Vick, Gerry Fox, fi-
nance; Rick St. John, Ursula
Gebhard, IFC Sing; Joanne
MacDonald, Panhel Tea; Peggy
Hubbard, Mary Nolen, Panhel
Workshop.

U Pilots Combine Classes, Fun

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By SUE VERB
"Flying is the only way to trav-
el," Arthur Wynne, one of more
than 100 University students who
has his flying license, commented.
Friday afternoon classes in Ann
Arbor and dinner hundreds of
miles away is the rule, rather than
exception, for the students who
plan weekend jaunts to other mid-
western campuses
Students who regularly pilot
planes are members of the local
airport's pilot's club. The club is
maintained as a service to the fly-
ers and enables them to rent planes
at a reduced rate
Flying Instructions
Most of the students receive fly-
ing instructions at the airport train-
ing school. Thirty of them have
earned their licenses in the past
six months and an additional 120
students are working for theirs.

Most of the flyers are enrolled
in the Air Force ROTC program on
campus and many intend to enroll
in Air Force flight school.
In two months last spring, Wynne
managed to accumulate the 40 fly-
ing hours required to qualify for
his license. He has spent about 100
hours in the air to date and claims
he "feels perfectly at home in the
cockpit."
Always interested in airplanes,
Wynne plans to continue his fly-
ing hobby and use it later for the
SRA To Sponsor
Annual Carol Sing
On Library Steps
SRA, the Student Religious As-
sociation, will sponsor its annual
all-campus Christmas carol sing
at 8:15 p.m. Sunday on the steps
of the general library.
The singing, which will be led
by Grey Austin of Lane Hall, will
consist of traditional Christmas
carols.
After the singing, the carolers
will return to Lane Hall where they
will be served hot wassal and
Christmas cookies.
An invitation has been extended
by SRA to all housing units and
religious organizations to attend
the carol sing in groups.
The SRA council, composed of
representatives of the various cam-
pus religious groups, will hold its
Christmas party Tuesday evening
at the home of DeWitt C. Baldwin.
coordinator of religious affairs.

traveling involved in a sales posi-
tion.
Recreational Value
Highlight of his trips this fall
came when he piloted three of his
friends to a University of Wiscon-
sin football game. They made the
trip in two and one-half hours and
had plenty of time to partake in
homecoming festivities.
Allan Weinstein learned to fly a
plane at Jamestown, N.Y., his
home town, and acquired his li-
cense when he was 16. An engineer-
ing major, he considers his exper-
ience with planes invaluable
The pilots have a fine safety rec-
ord and have had no serious mis-
haps. Wynne's forced landing in a
cornfield during a rainstorm re-
quired skill but there was no real
danger, he commented.
"Flying by the Book" insures
safety, he maintains and he puts
this credo into practice.

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'OH, COME ALL YE FAITHFUL':
Campus Religious Groups
To Hold Chr istmas Parties

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Campus religious groups will
welcome in the Yuletide season
this weekend with a round of pre-
Christmas events, including carol-
ing and tree decorating parties.

the Student Episcopal group, will
meet at Canterbury House at 7:30
tomorrow to go caroling. After car-
oling the members will return to
the Canterbury House fo rrefresh-
ments and entertainment.

MODERN DANCE-All persons!
taking part in the Modern Dance
program planned Sunday night will
rehearse at 7:30 p.m. today in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
* * *
BASKETBALL - The following
teams will play in the basketball
tournament: at 5:10 p.m. today-
Delta Delta Delta vs. Kappa Del-
ta II; Palmer vs. Alpha Xi Delta;
at 7:15 p.m.-Hilsdale I vs. Mar-
tha Cook; Newberry II vs. Chica-
go II.

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