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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1955

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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Weekend To Include
Open Houses, Dinners,
St. Patrick's Day Part'
St. Patrick's Day parties, ope
houses and special speakers wi
highlight church-sponsored event
this weekend.
Square and folk dancing and re
freshments will be offered at th
St. Patrick's Day party of the Me
thodist Wesley Guild. The part
will be held at 8:30 p.m. tomorro a
in the church lounge.
On Sunday the group will mee
for supper at 5:30 p.m. Followin
supper there will be a panel dis
cussion entitled, "Does Chris
Challenge the World's Great Reli
gion?"
Open House
Members of the Newman Club
will hold an open house from8
p.m. to midnight tomorrow at th
Gabriel Richard Center.'
The Roger Williams Guild of th
Baptist Church will also have a
open house at 8 p.m. tomorrow. A
their Sunday meeting Rev. Ral
ferd Freytag, assistant pastor o
the Zion Lutheran Church wil
speak on "Lutheran Contribu-
tions to Contemporary Christian
ity"
Weekend Activities
The weekend activities of the
Presbyterian Church will include
an open house tomorrow evening
between 8 p.m. and midnight
Games, records and refreshments
will highlight the evening. Sunday
morning at 9:15 a.m. and 10:45
a.m. Bible seminars will be held
A supper is planned for 5:30 p.m
At 6:45 p.m. Prof. Benjamin
Wheeler of the history depart-
ment will speak on "The Early
Church."
The Episcopal church will fea-
ture Rev. John Dahl of Detroit at
7:30 p.m. today. He is to discuss
"Christian Teaching on Sin." On
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. will be the
"Faith of the Church" lecture
This will be followed by dinner at
5:45 p.m. at which time Miss Mar-
guerite Smith will give an address
on the "Sacrament of the Holy
Spirit."

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"COCK-A-HOOP" TRIUMVERATE-Responsible for presenting
a successful performance of JGP Thursday through Saturday,
March 17 to 19, are Alice James, chairman of the show, Dawn
Waldron, director and Marilyn Miller, assistant chairman.
Three Junior Coeds Direct
This Year's JGP Production

on the
By MARGE BLUTTMAN
Pixies, Hula dancers, longshore-
men, Trinidad tourists and many
other "characters" will dominate
the social scene this weekend as
fraternity houses and residence
halls show a flair for the unusual.
Record dances are the order of
the evening as Delta Theta Phi
entertains informally t o n i g h t,
Spinning the newest platters to-
morrow night at casual parties
will be Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta
Theta Pi, DKE, Delta Tau Delta,
Delta Theta Phi, Nu Sigma Nu,
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, Psi Upsilon and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon. SAE will hold an open
house with Alpha Delta Pi.
Triangle will host at a supressed
desire party tomorrow night'with
guests dressed accordingly. Sigma
Nu will follow the same theme.
Hawaiian Theme
Grass skirts, ?eis and soft uku-
lele music will set the scene for
Hawaiian parties to be held at
Theta Chi and Theta Delta Chi to-
morrow. The latter will present
Al Launi with his Hawaiian quar-
tette while guests dance and feast
on stuffed pineapple a la Honolulu.
Theta Xi will present a hillbilly
costume party. Guests of Phi Chi
will wear tourist clothes, Trinidad
fashion, and will be entertained by
a combo. Tropical dress will also
be appropriate at ADPhi's South-
ern Plantation party.
Alice In Wonderland
"Alice in Wonderland" will be
the theme of Delta Upsilon's rec-
ord party tomorrow, while Alpha
Chi Sigma will pattern its dance
around a Hard Times theme. A
dinnerwill be served at the Phi
Rho Sigma house.
A bit different will be the Kap-
pa Sigma take-off on the Moscow
Kremlin. At their "Communist"
party, fraternity brothers will wear!
business suits and arm bands.
Using an "Ides of March" theme
Phi Kappa Psi will decorate their
sun-porch in the seasonal atmos-
phere and present a band.
Monte Carlo Party
The dice will be rolling tomorrow
night when Phi Sigma Kappa fea-
tures gambling of all sorts at a
Monte Carlo party. Zeta Beta Tai
will decorate their house with fish-
nets and other "sea-worthy" ar-
ticles for their Wharf party. Harry
Gaines and his band will supply
the music for the "longshoremen"
and their dates. In accordance
with the theme seafood will be
served.
St. Patrick's Day will be cele-
brated a bit early-tomorrow night
to be exact-at Chi Phi's "All-
Irish Night." Jack Kelly and his

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Shamrock Six will play jigs as
well as the usual in music F
A 21st birthday party honoring
a new active will begin the festivi-
ties tomorrow for Phi Kappa Tau.
Starting in the afternoon at the P-
Bell, the party will progress to the
house in the evening where a
German theme will prevail. The
decorations will be on the order
of a Rathskeller with candles and
checked table cloths supplying the
atmosphere. A skit night will
highlight this informal costume
record party.
Children's Games
Tau Kappa Epsilon will hold a
"kiddies' Birthday Party" and will
dress in children's clothes suitable
for a three-year old. Chaperones
will be make-believe parents.
TKEs and their dates will play
"Pin the Tail On the Donkey,"
sing nursery rhymes and be served
ice cream and cake.
Residence halls will likewise be
social-minded this weekend as
Kelsey House of South Quad and
Adams House of West Quad hold
open-open houses tonight and to-
morrow respectively. Kelsey will be
hosts at a semi-formal dance given
with Reeves House of South Quad
tomorrow.
On the agenda for Jordan Hall
will be an open-open house Sun-
day afternoon, from 2 to 5 p.m.

Members of the Interviewing
and Nominating Committee have
revealed the slate of candidates
for the executive offices of the
League.
For the office of president, Ha-
zel Frank, current president of As-
sembly Association, and Nancy
Wright, current second vice-presi-
dent of the League were nominat-
ed.
Emily Jewell and Alice James
were selected to oppose each other
for the office of first vice-presi-
dent of the League. Nominated for
secretary were Margaret Lane and
Jeanne Hager.
Prospective Chairmen
As prospective chairmen of the
Interviewing a n d Nominating
Committee, Judy Jennis and Bar-
bara Barker will run against each
other. Ruth Flanders and Georgi-
anna Davidson were nominated
for secretary of this committee.
Nominated for chairman of
Women's Judiciary were Lois
Mishelow and Virginia Cooke.
Jean Bahr and Mary Slawson
have been selected to run for the
office of League treasurer.
Short Speeches
The candidates will present
short three or four minute speech-
es before the Women's Senate
meeting Wednesday. The speeches
will be followed by a question pe-
riod. Members of the Senate will
present the names of the candi-

dates and their qualifications to
coeds in their respective housing
groups,
In this way every coed on cam-
pus will have a chance to express
her preference in the election of
League officers. Senate members
will carry the votes of their.houses
back to the Senate, where they
will be tabulated.
The Senate will then vote and
elect officers.
A new innovation this year will
be the campaigning at women's
housing groups by the presidential

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CANDIDATES NAMED:
Women To Vie for League Posts

Coed Truck Driver Needed
For Television Commercial

The search is on for a Univer-
sity coed who combines the skills
of model and truckdriver.
James N. Manilla of a New
York advertising agency is look-
ing for a suitable subject for a
filmed commercial for the William
Lundigan television show, "Cli-
max"
Rather than getting a.New York
actress, Manilla has come up with
the idea of using a typical coed.
The model will receive the regu-
lar screen actors' guild fee of $70,
less taxes, for the one day job.
Manilla will interview appli-

cants for the 'spot from 9 to 10
a.m. tomorrow in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
If the weather permits, actual
shooting of the movie will be Tues-
day by a camerman who has just
finished filming the production of
"Rose Tattoo" with Anna Mag-
nani.
Preferring a small coed, the on-
ly other requirements Manilla
lists are that the woman be pretty,
be free to work all day Tuesday
and really know how to drive a
truck of Ludingan's sponsor.

candidates. They will present short
speeches stating their aims and
purposes for seeking the office.
Sally Lorber, chairman of the
League Interviewing and Nominat-
ing Committee, urges all members
of the Women's Senate and the
coeds in women's residences to be
intelligent voters by asking ques-
tions and by knowing the qualifi-
cations of the candidates they are
voting for.
Winners of these positions will
be announced at Installation
Night.

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By JAN SMITH

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SKIT NIGHT-Due to a mis-
take in printing, Skit Night tick-
ets are incorrect in stating the
time of the event.
Skit Night will begin at 8 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium.
CO-REC NIGHT-There will be
a Co-Rec Night from 7 to 10:30
p.m. today at the IM Building. All
facilities are available,
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RECORD SALE-Today will be
the last day for students to pur-
chase used records at'~ reduced
prices: in the Union sponsored
Record Sale. Records of all speeds
are being sold in the Union Stu-
dent Offices. A phonograph is
available to hear recordsgbefore
buying them.
FROSII WEEKEND-Stage crew
members of the Frosh Weekend
blue team will meet at 2 p.m. to-
morrow at the League.
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BADMINTON .TOURNAMENT
-The women's badminton tour-
nament will be played next Wed-
nesday through Saturday. Time
announcements will be printed in
the DOB the day of each match
and on the blackboard in Bar-
bour Gym.
* * *
DIVING CLUB - Diving Club
will meet at 5:10 p.m. Monday at
the Women's Pool. The Club is
open to all women interested in
beginning or intermediate diving.

Sparkling with the energy and
e enthusiasm that have niade her
e a welcome figure in campus circles,
g brown-eyed Alice James has
. thrown herself wholeheartedly in-
s to the mapy duties that go along
y with her position as general chair-
5 man of the 1955 Junior Girls' Play.
. "I've never enjoyed working on
anything so much," the versatile
z coed said. in discussing her work
on "Cock-a-Hoop." The play will
Y be given at 8 p.m. next Thursday
through Saturday, in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater.
"I may be slightly prejudiced,
but I cai honestly say that 'Cock-
a-Hoop' is good. We've aimed at
doing a professional job and
' thanks to an awfulhlot of hard
work, I think we'll have a great
show," she added.
Pinch Hits
Describing her job officially as
that of "co-ordinating the 29
members of the central com-
mittee," Miss James said that in
practice she "pinch hits" where-
ever needed to keep things mov-
ing smoothly.
A design major, the vivacious
junior has found her art back-
ground a great help in keeping
track of the work of program, pos-
ter and scenery committees. Sev-
eral years training in music and
dance have proved worthwhile too.
Activities
Especially interested in working
with people, Miss James lists
among her activities membership
on the Panhellenic public rela-
tions committee, League Council,
Joint Judiciary Council and Wy-
vein honorary.
Bobbing pony tail and an intent
expression identify Dawn Waldron,
as she contributes her talents as
director of "Cock-a-Hoop."
Author of the script for the
show, as well as its director, Miss
Waldron wrote and directed the
blue team floor show in the 1953
Frosh Weekend, took part in
Soph Cabaret the following year,
and has sung three leading roles
in Gilbert and Sullivan Society
productions.
Operatic Career
A member of Wyvern and Scroll
honoraries, the talented coed will
graduate from the School of Mu-
sic this June, after only three
years study.
In spite of attacks of laryngitis
and an extremely busy schedule,
Miss Waldron has found her job
enjoyable. "Directing for so many
months, I have formed a picture
.f the show in my mind. It's fun

to see it come alive at last," she
remarked.
Filling the position of assistant
chairman on the JGP central com-
mittee, Marilyn Miller has brought
to her job experience on the de-
corations committee of Soph Cab.
Lending her hand during cast-
ing and again during final re-
hearsals, Miss Miller has also been
in charge of securing meeting
rooms for the many committees.
Scholarship
Petitions for the annual Delta
Delta Delta scholarships are
due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
Dean of Women's office in the
Administration Building.
Three scholarships of $120
each are available to deserving
women students, independent
or affiliated, who show evidence
of scholastic capability, superior
citizenship and who have the
financial need.
Coeds of all classes are eli-
gible for the awards.
Application forms may be ob-
tained at the Office of the Dean
of Women. These should be
completed and, with the three
specified letters of recommen-
dation, returned to the Dean's
office by tomorrow.

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