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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10,195+

HTE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRiDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1 9 5 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FITh

Modern Dance Club To Perform

Dances ranging in style from
Handel's time to modern-day= jazz
will be featured at the annual all
campus Christmas program at 8:30
p.m. Sunday ir' Barbour Gym, to
be given by the Modern Dance
Club and the Choreographer's
Workshop.
The performance, under the aus-
pices of the Women's Physical Edu-
cation Department, will open with
a formal "Prelude to Music" by
Handel, danced by Margaret Heiz-
mann, Jean Isaacson, Caroline Sil-
lick and Ruth Spitale.
Following this will be two solos,
'1arbara Mills in "I Went Down to
the Sally Gardens" by Benjamin
Britton and Bob Weigand dancing
to the sound of a metronome.
Several of the dances will be es-
pecially in keeping with the Christ-
mas season. "Our Lady's Juggler,"
choreographed by Jim Stasheff will
feature Rosemary Scanlon, John
Kazmierowski, Jim Williams, Lou-
ise Lasker, Joan Pfeiffer, Miss
Spitale and Stasheff.
Miss Isaacson has arranged and
will perform in "Joy to the World"
with E. Marlene Crawford and Miss
Scanlon. "Christmas Fantasy" will
star Clarissa Knaggs and Miss
Heizmann, who also did the chor-
eography.
Following these will be "Christ-
mas Pony," arranged and danced
by Sandra Bader and Miss Craw-
ford, and "Hey, Mrs. Jones," with
L. Edward Barrera and Miss Sil-
lick.
The concluding number will be
a fairy tale, "Why Chinese Boys
Have Short Names," choreograph-
ed by Jennifer Allen and danced
by Miss Heizmann, Miss Isaac-
son, Gabriele Simon, Miss Spitale
and Stasheff.
Co-managers of the Modern
Dance Club are Miss Isaacson and
Stasheff,

Music Group
To Present
Annual Show
Candlelight Program
Will Be Held Sunday
By Sigma Alpha Iota
The annual Candlelight Service
of the Alpha Chapter of Sigma
Alpha Iota, honorary music soror-
ity at the Universily, will be pre-
sented at 8 p.m. Sunday, in the
First Methodist Church.
The program will begin with Lu-
beck's "Prelude: Prelude and Fu-
gue in G Minor," played by Mar-
guerite Long, organist. This will
be followed by "Processional
Hymn: O Come, All Ye Faithful"
and the recitation of "The Christ-
mas Story" by Carolyn Lentz.
Meredyth Manns will conduct,
while the Sigma Alpha Iota chor-
us sings Bach's "Let Merry Carols
Sound."
Kathleen Rush, soprano, will
sing "The Virgin's Slumber Song"
by Max Reger and "Christmas
Candle" by E. R. Warren.
Following this Phyllis String-
ham will present two organ num-
bers, "Es ist ein Ros 'estsprungen"
by Brahms, and "Schmucke Dich,
o liebe Seele" by Bach, while Miss
Manns, soprano, will sing two
numbers by Arnold Bax, "In
Nightly Stillness" and "A Christ-
mas Carol."
Mozart's "Quartet for Oboe and
Strings, K. 370" will be performed
by Patricia Ricks, violin; Phyllis
Rode, cello, and Sylvia Sherman,
oboe.
The program will continue with
a violin obbligato, "Christmas
Snows of Sweden" by Gaul-Rie-1
ger, played by Elizabeth Beebe.
The chorus will sing "I Wonder
as I Wander" by J. J. Niles.
Patricia Stenberg, oboist, and
Miss Stringham, organist, will pre-
sent Bach's "Arioso."
The evening's music will con-
clude with "Recessional: Joy to the
World" and Reger's "Postlude:
Fantasie" with Gwen Williamson,
organist.

YULETIDE ATMOSPHERE:
Pre-Christmas Weekend To Feature Parties

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By ELAINE EDMONDS
and PAT NORTON
Students will usher in the yule-
tide season this weekend with a
variety of pre-holiday events in-
cluding pledge formals and the
traditional Christmas parties.
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron
Pi, Chi Omega, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Phi Sigma Delta, Pi Beta Phi,
and Sigma Delta Tau have sched-
uled their winter pledge formals
for tonight.
Christmas dances also planned
are Martha Cook's "Twelve Days
of Christmas" and Victor Vaughn's
"Holiday Hop."
Traditional Decorations
Traditional Christmas decora-
tions of holly and evergreens will
lend atmosphere to the Christmas
dances of Alpha Tau Omega, Col-
legiate Sorosis and Kappa Alpha
Psi to be held tonight.
Also on the social agenda are
the Tau Delta Phi "Pirate Party,"
the Alpha Epsilon Pi Indian pledge
party and the Theta Xi dinner be-
fore the Union Opera.
Forty fraternities have sched-
uled "kiddy parties" for tomorrow
afternoon. The fraternities will co-
operate with sororities in playing
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host to the school children of Ann
Arbor.
The parties will have entertain-
ment, refreshments and games.
An added feature at many houses
will be a visit from Santa Claus.
Pledge formals will also high-
light the evening for many tomor-
row as Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi, Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma and Phi Delta Theta hold their
annual winter pledge dances.
Also on the list of pledge formals
scheduled are those of Alpha Del-
ta Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Alpha Phi and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
"Wig and Robe"
Preceding the law school dance
"Wig and Robe," Delta Theta Phi
has planned a pre-party and Phi
Delta Phi a dinner honoring senior
law students.
Other pledge formals to be held
are Delta Chi's "Yuletide Inn,"
Delta Sigma Phi's "Candy Cane
Capers," Phi Gamma Delta's

"Snowed Inn" and Gamma Phi
Beta's "Old Fashioned Christ-
mas."
Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Epsilon
Pi, Phi Chi and Delta Tau Delta
will also give their pledge formals
tomorrow.
Holiday Atmosphere
A holiday atmosphere will pre-
vail in the evergreen decked
houses of Psi Omega, Phi Rho Sig-
ma, Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha
Kappa Kappa as they 'hold their
annual Christmas formals.
Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Nu
have . planned record dances for
tomorrow while Triangle and Alpha
Phi Alpha will celebrate the ad-
vent of the holiday season with
Christmas parties.
Theta Xi has planned a "ship-
wreck" party, while the pledges
will honor members of Phi Sigma
Delta.
"Wives" Party
The list of events continues with
Alpha Omega's wives party, Phi

Delta Phi's steak roast and Tau
Kappa Epsilon's Parisian party.
Also highlighting the evening will
be the three quad dances, East
Quad's "Snowflake Ball," West
Quad's "Holly Hop" and South
Quad's "Noel Moderne."'
Open-open houses have been
scheduled for Sunday by Kappa
Alpha Theta and Victor Vaughn,
while Geddes House will hold its
traditional Christmas buffet sup-
per.
Volleyball
Couzens I successfully de-
fended its second place posi-
tion in the WAA- volleyball
tournament by defeating Alpha
Chi Omega 30 to 15 Tuesday
night. Couzens II is the all-
tournament champion, with
Couzens I standing in the run-
ner-up place.

MODERN DANCE-Jim Stasheff, Jean Sheridan, Ruth Spitale
and Margaret Heizmann rehearse a scene from "Why Chinese
Boys Have Short Names." This is part of the Modern Dance Pro-
gram to be given at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in Barbour Gym.
Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta
To Be Formed at Ypsilanti

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WAA Notices

Xmas Business
Hours:
Monday 9:30 to
8:30 P.M.
Other days 9:30
to 5:30

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Installation ceremonies on the
Michigan State Normal College
campus, Ypsilanti, tomorrow aft-
ernoon will bring into existence a
new chapter of Alpha Xi Delta sor-
ority.
Memb-ers of the University Al-

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pha Epsilon chapter of the national
sorority will take part in the cere-
monies, under the direction of Miss
Elizabeth G. Van Buskirk, Elmira,
N.Y., national president.
The 25 members of the new Gam-
ma Zeta chapter were pledged by
Alpha Xi Delta in September. The
women formerly made up Theta
Lambda Sigma, a local sorority es-
tablished on the Ypsilanti campus
in 1912.
W. W. Whitehouse, president of
Albion College, will be guest
speaker during a formal banquet
to be held in the Michigan Union
following the ceremonies.
Both the ceremony and the din-
ner will be attended by national
and province officers of the sorori-
ty, including Miss Van Buskirk;
Miss Gertrude M. Anderson, Evan-
ston, Ill., national executive sec-
retary; and Mrs. Charles E. Re-
mey, Detroit, province president.
Spring Weekend
Students who were not able
to attend the mass meeting to
sign up for Spring Weekend
committees,rcan do so by con-
tacting either Barbara Bur-
stein at NO 2-3119 or Stan
Leiken at NO 3-8508. Those in-
terested may also sign up at
the Union Student Offices

RIFLE CLUB-The Rifle Club
will not meet this week or next.
DIVING CLUB-There will be
a meeting of the Diving Club at
3 p.m. today at the pool. Any stu-
dents interested in joining the
club are invited.
* * *
BASKETBALL CLUB-The Bas-
ketball Club will hold a Sports Day
with Ann Arbor High School and
University High School at 4:15
p.m. today.
I-M - There will be an I-M
Open House from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
today at the I-M Building, with
exhibitions in swimming, badmin-
ton and gymnastics. All facilities
will be available for participation
in the various sports offered.
BADMINTON CLUB-The co-
recreational Badminton Club will
meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Bar-.
bour Gym. A ladder tournament
will be played.

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your list will like because they never have
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left-sure to please Mother.
The wonderful looking nylon
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enhanced the beauty of this nylon tri-
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white, pink and blue.
Special group of beautiful blouses-
nylons, tissue failles and wool jer-
seys $5.00.

J-HOP--Reservations for the 1955
J-Hop, to be held Friday, Feb. 4,
will be accepted for the last time
between 1 and 5 p.m. today in the
Administration Building. A $1 de-
posit, which applies toward the $7
price of the ticket, will be required.
* * *
A-BALL-Petitioning for Assem-
bly Ball Central Committee posi-
tions closes at 5 p.m. today. Peti-
tions may be turned in at the
League Undergraduate Office.

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