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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 9,19~6 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hillelzapoppin'Rehearsals Beai

More Floats
To Compete
Iv Mir hinr

Campus Groups Plan
Events for Weekend

Students To Enter
Numerous Skits
For Gold Trophy
Rehearsals are again in progress
for this year's annual Hillelzapop-
pin' to be held Saturday, March
17 at Tappan Junior High School.
The fast-moving musical come-
dy show has been an established
tradition at Michigan\.
Since 1945 it has enlisted the
support of fraternities, sororities,
and independent groups who vie
for the coveted gold cup given to
the group presenting the best skit.
Trophy Awarded
Since 1947, when the trophy was
first presented, Sigma Delta Tau
has won it twice, Zeta Beta Tau
four times, and the independent
groups have won it twice. Last
year, Phi Sigma Delta carried
away the honors.
This year six skits are on the
agenda for the musical revue. The
entrants are Zeta Beta Tau, Del-
ta Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Delta,
Sigma Delta, Tau, Sigma Alpha
Mu, and the Traumatic Players
consisting of independent men
and women.
Tickets will be on sale until
showtime at Mason Hall. They
also may be purchased by con-
tacting Bobbe Rubin at NO 3-3384.
Will Include Transportation
Prices include free bus trans-
portation to Tappan Junior High
School-and then back to Hillel
after the performance for a post
party.
Anyone Interested in ushering
for the show and thereby receiv-
ingfree admission, may contact
Larry Bizer at NO 2-4410.
Proceeds from Hillelzapoppin'
are to be given to the United Jew-
ish Appeal which distributes its
funds to several beneficiaries.
To Distribute Proceeds
The bulk of the proceeds, will
go to the Joint Distribution co'n-
mittee which helps to buld up Is-
rael.
Beth Israel Congregation and the
Hillel Foundation in Ann Arbor
also receive part of the funds.
Indr idualcommittee chairmen
are Burt Bez, programs; Hal Bar-
ron, finance; Rubin, tickets;
Bob D u n s k y, transportation;
Joel Chemers, ,publicity; Harvey
Weiss, supervisor; Libby Sundel,
reception; and Herb Klein, stage
manager.
Leoaue To Give

planning,

-Daily-Bill Van Osterhout
REHEARSALS BEGIN-Independent men and women are re-
hearsing a musical comedy skit, "Lollipops, Love, NO Liqueur" for
the annual Hillelzapoppin'. This is one of six skits which will be
presented on Saturday, March 17 at the Tappan Junior High
School. The various organizations will be competing against one
another for a gold cup. Last year's winner was Phi Sigma Delta.
SEGREGATION AN ISSUE:
ISA Panelists To Discuss,
Passive Resistance in India,

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"Passive *Resistance is the Onlyv
Solution to All Social Ills" will be
the topic of a discussion between
persons representing India and the
United States at 7:30 p.m. today in
the recreation room of the Inter-
national Center.
Fourth in a series of Interna-
tional Students Association spon-
sored debates, the event will per-
mit participants to present their
views on significan current issues.
Joining on the Indian side will
be Krishniengar Srinivas, graduate
student in production engineering,
Ragendra Prasea, graduate student
in philosophy, Schschanka Mitra,
graduate student in physics and
Buddha Govindaraj, doing gradu-
ate work in political science.
American Panelists
Presenting American viewpoints
will be Claude Phillips, Jr., assist-
ant professor of political science,
Rev. Edward Redman, of the Uni-
tarian Church in Ann Arbor, David
Nelson of the law school, and Nor-
man Nelson, professor of English.
Govindaraj will start the discus-
sion witha short introduction out-
lining the importance of passive
resistance in the history of India.
Controversial Topic
Included among social issues will
be the current controversial prob-
lem of' segregation, with which
India has had a long experience.
It has been a major social ill for
3,000 years.
Mahatma Gandhi started the
movement for its elimination in
1922 using the non-violence meth-
od called -"ahimsa."
Basically, non-violence is an at-
tack upon the practices carried on
by an individual, not the individ-
ual.
The importance of the non-vio-
lence method will be analyzed from

its political, social and economic
aspects.
Acting as moderator, Alice
Apueller, chairman of the entire
discussion series, will pose ques-
tions for all of the panel members
to answer.
The audience will be invited to!
participate.
Initiated This Year
The discussion series, initiated
this year by the ISA, is designed
to clarify misconceptions Ameri-
can students may have about the
political and cultural patterns of
other national groups.
!Most of the topics selected will
be of a controversial nature suit-
able to free discussion.
Throughout the year other dis-
cussions between American and
international students will be of-
fered.
- All at International Center
They will all be held at 7:30
p.m. in the recreation room of the
International Center.
On Friday, March 23, the dis-
cussion will deal with Japan.
Following, students from Turkey
will present their views on Friday,
Ap~ril 27.
Discussions dealing with Africa,
Pakistan and Korea will be offered
consecutively until the end of the
semester.
Coffee Hour
There will be .a coffee hour
for all Freshman women inter-
ested in petitioning for sopho-
more positions from 9:30 a.m.
to noon Saturdiy in the League.
Coeds from Interviewing and
Nominating Committee will an-
swer questions. Petitions are
due March 14.

1IrI I V I lt s By MARY BETH GODFROY
I It may be a hockey weekend in
Committees Offer Ann Arbor, but for those unfor-
Services To Solve jtunates who don't have tickets
there will be much partying ac-
Building Problems tivity.
The three Michigan chapters of
Fourteen more float petitions Sigma Nu, Albion, Michigan State,
have been accepted for the 1956 and Michigan, are having a New
Michigras, co-chairmen have an- Orleans jazz party at the chapter
nounced, bringing the total so far
to 36, with more coming in. Forums Dinners
Bill Miller, co-chairman of
floats, has listed new acceptances
as Sigma Nu and Collegiate Sor- P rties, Planneu
osis, Taylor House and Angel
House, Stockwell and Acacia, Chi By urch roups
Omega and Alpha Tau Omega,
Themia and Hinsdale House. This week's social activities for
Others just accepted include the student religious groups on
Martha Cook and Alpha Sigma campus will consist of plays, in-
Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta and Sig- formal parties and forums.
ma Chi, Delta Delta Delta and Students from the Speech De-
Zeta Beta Tau, Kappa Delta and partment will present the exis-
Chi Phi apd Delta Gamma and tentialist play, "No Exit" for the
Delta Upsilon. Episcopal Student Foundation at
Concluding The List Canterbury
Zeta Psi and Hinsdale, Klein-CneruH-Fouse on Sunday eve-
steuck and Delta Kappa Epsilon ning. It will be preceded by a
Palmer and Reeves House and buffet supper at 6 p.m.
Tau Kappa Epsilon working alone At 7:30 p.m. tonight the Congre-
conclude the list. gational and Disciples Guild stu-
Miller also stressed that order dents will bring their favorite rec-
blanks for materials to build the ords to the Guild House for an in-
floats are due no later than 5 p.m. formal record night.
Monday in the Michigras office, To Hold Open Forum
Rm. 3A of the Union. Albion College Lutheran stu-
The material will be distributed dents will be guests of Gamma
from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Delta, Lutheran Student Club, on
March 24 in back of the Union. Sunday evening for an open for-
A detailed second petition de- um on the "Problem of Human
scribing full plans of the floats Suffering," at the Center.
plus a drawing, with dimensions of Volleyball will be one of the
the proposed float are due in the attractions of the sports party to
Michigras office by 5 p.m. Thurs- be held at 8 p.m. tonight for the
day. members of the Wesleyan Foun-
Hold Counseling Service dation.
Consultation hours are still be- Catholic students will attend a
ing held for float representatives Communion breakfast following
y co-chairmen Miller and Libby the 9:30 a.m. mass on Sunday. Dr.
Garland. Albert Wheeler of the Bacteriology
swer questions houses may have Department will address the group
about their various floats," Miller at this time. Sunday evening a
said, "offer what suggestions we seminar on 'Legal Ethics" will
can and help them solve con- be conducted primarily for the
struction problems or any others law students at Newman Club.
that may arise," Will Play Hockey
He remarked that he or Miss A hockey party will begin at
Garland will be available for con- 6:15 p.m. tonight for the Presby-
sultation from 2 to 5 p.m. Tues- terian students of the Westmin-
days, Thursdays and Fridays in ster Foundation. At 12:15 p.m.
the Michigras office. tomorrow the graduate students
Miller also asks all float chair- will meet for a luncheon in their
men to attend the second meeting honor.
to be held at 7:30 pm. Tuesday, A discussion on "Courtship and
March 20, in the Union. Marriage" will highlight the
To Help With Booths Sunday evening activities for
For show, entertainment and the Lutheran Student Association,
skill booths chosen for Michigras, while the married students will
co-chairmen Lynne Garver andwhathe arristd n
Charles Wood still have a coun ather on Saturday ight for an
seling service. - normal meeting.
Miss Garver and Wood can be The Society of Friends and the
reaced Tesda andThurdayBaptist students of the Roger Wil-
reached Tuesday and Thursday liams Guild will join together for
in the Michigras office from 4 to
5 p.m. a supper at 5:30 p.m. Sunday,
They will attempt to help booth followed by a talk on "The Non-
representatives with such problems Conformist in the Christian Cm
as booth costs, decoration, con- unit.
struction work and how much to Hillel welcomes Dr. Everett Clin-
charge. chy, President of the National Con-
Wood remarked that anyone de- ference of Christians and Jews, as
siring information when neither guest speaker for the Friday Eve-
co-charmen was available need ning Forum. Dr. Clinchy will
only leave an note in the bulletin speak on "Religion and Philoso-
board in the Michigras office and phy."
he will be contacted. The Baha'i Student Group will
The event is sponsored by the meet at the home of Mrs. Mcdlus-
Women's Athletic Association anid ky Sunday for a supper and their
the Men's Union. weekly business meeting.
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house on this campus tonight. The
Boll Weevil Band will be on hand
to provide the "beat."
Costumes from every era past,
present and future, will be instyle
at Alpha Epsilon Pi's "Trails
Through Time and Space" party
tomorrow evening.
From The Bowery
However, couples attending Sig-
ma Alpha Mu's party will have to
come as "guys and dolls" from the
Bowery. This affair to be held at
Hillel will feature the music of the
Ann Arbor Alley Cats.
A most unusual surprise is in
store for Phi Sigma Deltas and
their dates tomorrow night but the
information cannot be revealed.
Theta Xi will leave this unpre-
dictable weather and go to the
South Sea Islands for their party
this same evening.
South Quad is doing more than
its share this weekend with four
houses " planning social functions.
Gomberg couples are invited to the
"Candlelight Cafe" which will pro-I
vide a traditional night club at-
mosphere for dancing.
To Hold Semi-Formal
"Tropical Tempos" is the theme
of Kelsey and Van Tyne's semi-
formal which will also be held
tomorrow evening. Orchid cor-
sages will be given to the coeds
while a huge pool and a smoking
volcano will help create the scene.
A gambling atmospherewill
prevail at Taylor house's Monte
Carlo party. The Michigan Tech
hockey team will be entertained
by Alpha Omicron Pi at an open
house given in their honor tomor-
row afternoon.
Sherlock Holmes will be needed
at the Phi Sigma Kappa "Fantasy"
party in order to tell the couples
apart. Everyone is dressing alike
and appropriate decorations will!
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Latest dances and a floor show
will be' featured at the weekly
Campus Club presented by the
Womein's League.
Being held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tonight, the League is con-
tinuing its series of dances for
couples who want a place to relax
after a movie or a sporting event.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by. Paul Brodie and his
Orchestra. A half-hour floor show
at 10:30 p.m. will be given during
intermission.
The floor show talent features
Bill McAdoo, a new folk song sing-
er. -
Hugh Gucker, vibraphone play-
er for the orchestra, will also be
playing a new number and the
orchestra will present some novel-
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The Campus Club is intended for
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dancing and a room for playing
cards and listening to Paul Brodie's
music are provided.

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