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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 19559

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 971

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League, Union To Present Dance

'White rabbits decked in top hats
will surround students attending
Cpttontail C a p e r s, all-campus
difnce sponsored by the League and
Union, from 9 p.m. to midnight
tqmorrow in the League Ballroom.
Couples will hop and sway to
the music of Red Johnson and his
orchestra.
Special intermission entertain-
ment has been planned by Grace
Ritow and Steve Shlanta. Gene
Jones who has, played profession-
4 harmonica for over seven years
with the Madcaps and his trio,
will be featured during one inter-
rirssion.
Al Crowfoot, graduate student,
will highlight the second intermis-
sion. Crowfoot is an operatic sing-
er who won second place in this
year's Gulantics. Paul Brodie, who
also performed in Gulantics, will
accompany him.
Of you have been seeing white
rabbits running around campus,"
Harvey Rutstein, chairman of the
Union d a n c e committee and
Joanne Craft of the League social
committee warned, "they are not
figments of the overworked stu-
dent's imagination, but rather a
publicity stunt planned by the
Actnt dance committee."
Students who catch these rab-
bits will receive free tickets to this
Eastertime dance.
This pre-holiday affair is the
second one in which the League
aid the Union have combined
their efforts to sponsor a dance.
,fficials of both organizations
hope that this can become an an-,
nual tradition.
,-on Ritzier, Carolyn Moeller
and Fred Zechman are planning
decorations which will consist of
huge white rabbits with top hats
and canes, overlookig the crowd.

-Daily-Lynn Wallas
COTTONTAIL CAPERS-Putting final ;ouches on the giant
easter bunnies that will decorate the L, sgue Ballroom for the
League-Union sponsored Cottontail Car ers are Joanne Craft,
chairman of the League social committe e, Allan Drebin, Union
publicity chairman and Harvey Rutstei ia, head of the Union
dance committee.

Nominees Vie
For Positions
With Panhel
Candidates for Panhellenic As-
sociation Executive Council have
been announced.
Opposing the defeated presiden-
tial candidate, who will be either
Jane Germany, Pi Beta Phi, or
Debbie Townsend, Gamma Phi
Beta, for the office of first vice-
president will be Alpha Xi Delta's
Dorothy J. Clarkson.
In her petition for the post, Miss
Clarkson emphasized co-ordina-
tion of the Board of Delegates.
Running for second vice-presi-
dent are Ruth Hayward, Alpha
Delta Pi, who pointed out the re-
sponsibility of fulfilling the pos-
sibilities offered in the revised con-
stitution and Sigma Delta Tau's
Marcia Golman.
Nominee for secretary, Carole
Sparkie, Delta Delta Delta, stres-
ses the importance of enthusiasm
besides official duties
Delta Gamma's Barbara Frey
urges direction of more knowledge
of Panhel's activities
Mary Lou Kiredorf, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi, suggests that besides fi-
nancial supervision, the treasurer
should reflect credit upon the so-
rority system which she repre-
sents. Alpha Delta Pi's Jean Mac-
Rea points out the vital nature of
co-ordination
Running for the office of public
relations chairman, Irene Kellog,
Alpha Omicron Pi is particularly
interested in bringing Panhel clos-
er to the campus.
Peggy Hubbard of Alpha Chi
Omega, sets her objective as es-
tablishing the public relation com-
mittee as the sanctionning and
programming body for Panhel.
Delta Delta Delta's Carlo de
Bruin stresses the "year 'round,"
rather. than seasonal aspects of
the head of rushing counselors and
rushing chairmen as proposed by
Pat Lickert, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma.
Rushing chairmen candidate,
Betty Powell, Alpha Delta Pi, dis-
cussed the need to help not only
the sororities but the often ne-
glected rushee. A spirit of coop-
eration and respect for other so-
rority groups and Panhel as a
whole is called "vital" by Alpha
Phi's Nancy Jaquette.

Ovthe Jwe
By MARJ BLUTTMAN
This weekend Greek-letter affiliates and independents will "live
it up" in a wide variety of social events that range from record dances
to pledge formals, with even the Easter bunny making a few entrances.
spring formal.
"Basin Street Blues" will provide the background for Alpha Phi's
Also presenting a spring pledge formal this evening will be the
members of Phi Sigma Kappa. Dinner at the Union will precede the
dance, entitled "Coral Depths." Phi Sigs and their dates will dance
many fathoms below the sea to the music of the Carol Kenney Trio.
Venetians will grace the Phi Delta Theta house tonight at a Vene-
tian Canal party.
Howie Bigelow's band will play for Delta Theta Phis and their
dates tomorrow at their Apache party. A Greenwich Village theme will
set the scene for a costume party at Lambda Chi Alpha as the pledges
salute the actives.
In a typical Appian Way setting tomorrow evening, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon will host a Roman party. Also in a European vein will be Phi
Rho Sigma's German party.
Pre-vacation Dance on Agenda
On the agenda for Sigma Nus will be their annual pre-spring va-
cation dance at which a Dixie quartet will shake the house rafters.
A combo will supply music more on the quiet side for Sigma Phi at
their party tomorrow given for the Phi Gams.
Bums and hoods will be honored at Theta Chi's Bowery Ball to-
morrow while Acacia demands only the "upper crust" at their Bank-
er's party.
Informalrecord dances outweigh the field this weekend. Platter
spinning will be held at Delta Theta Phi and Alpha Chi Sigma to-
night and tomorrow evening at Theta Xi, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta
Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha
Sigma Phi and Beta Theta Pi.
Law Club to Hold Dance
The Lawyers Club will hold a spring dance and Tyler House of
East Quad will be hostesses to Anderson house at a party tonight. To-
morrow evening Betsy Barbour's Television party will concentrate on
the George Goebel Show.
Carousel and cotton candy decorations will be seen at Greene
House for their Circus Party. Strauss House will be the scene of "Mood
Indigo" featuring a five-piece band and refreshments.
The big affair of the season for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, honorary
music fraternity, will be their spring dance, "Baccanale," to be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the Hussey Room of the
League.
Dances, Skits to Be Featured
Comedy, songs, dances and skits will be on the agenda for the an-
nual production of Hillelzapoppin', to be presented at 7:15 p.m. tomor-
row at Tappan Junior High School.
Featured performer tonight at the Union's Little Club will be
singer Bob Karp accompanying Paul Brodie and his Stardusters. Karp,
a senior in the literary college, will make his singing debut. His "cock-
tail lounge piano" has supplied the downbeat for several residence
halls' and fraternities' social events.
Sunday afternoon, Victor Vaughan will hold an open house for
several invited fraternities. Phi Delta Phi will be the hosts at a Sunday
supper.

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Union facilities will be buzzing
with activity from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, April 16, when students
and community residents partici-
pate in the fiftieth annual Union
Open House.
Giving coeds one of their rare
opportunities to explore this men's
sanctuary, the entire building will

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of the t p aver to the basement.
A jaz r4combo, located in front
of the I Piion to attract passers-by,
will pro hide the downbeat for stu-
dents al Vending the event.
S b adents To Compete
Touiat Lments which will be in
progress 3 luring the open house will
be winn ers of preliminary contests
competi vg in pool, ping-pong, bil-
liards a &d bowling. Students wish-
ing to p !articipate may register be-
fore 5 r .nt. Monday at the desk in
the Un' Ion main lobby.
Duri g thlie afternoon, Michifish,
under the leadership of Marion
Chevet, will present two 30 minute
shows sailteri rating with exhibitions
by meiv.betrs of the swimming
team.
Beside 1 cauring the building, vis-
itors wi l be able to see exhibits on
wood 'technology, sports cars,
boats, cameras, old cars and the
winnin. g racer from the Wolverun
Derby.
Movi as of the football and
hockey Iteams, will be presented in
the UnA on Ballroom, narrated by
member of each team.
F ahions To Be Shown
At g 1: 15 p.m. a men's fashion
show i Kill take place in the Ball-
room ' v ith University students as
models I.
A sr t cial feature of the after-
noon iV ill be displays of winning
entries;li n an all-campus cake bak-
ing co: rd est.
Cakcw entries will be cut and serv-
ed to sti idents attending the Union
Anniver sary Ball, to be held from
9 p.m. ' to midnight in the Union
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