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16, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

16, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Six Skits To Vie in Hilleizapoppin'

Hillel To Present
Annual Gold Cup
To Winning Group
Fast-moving comedy, songs and
dances will highlight this year's
production of the annual Hillelza-
poppin', scheduled to begin at 8 p.
m. tomorrow at Tappan Junior
High School.
An established tradition at the
University, this year's show will
feature skits of six campus groups.
First -on the program will be
Zeta Beta Tau, depicting army life
in "Will Success Spoil Billy Mitz-
vah?" Delta Phi Epsilon will por-
tray another phase of life as they
go to. Heaven for their "Qampus
on a Cloud" skit,
'Buttons and Boots'
"Buttons and Boots," presented
by Phi Sigma Delta, will feature
a convention and "hoods and
tweeds."
For a glimpse of Greenwich
Village life, Sigma Delta Tau will
present "The House of Prospects."
The Sigma Alpha Mu skit "Damn
Zelda" deals with the trials and
tribulations of a psychiatrist and
his patient. Independent Trauma-
tic Players will depict a kiddie
election in "Lollipops, Love: No
Liqueur."
To Emcee Show
Co-chairmen Sandy Beer and
Larry Bizer will act as the em-
cees for the evening. .,
Intermission will feature a talk
on the United Jewish Appeal by
George Finkel, UJA chairman. Pro-
ceeds of the show will go to UJA.
A gold cup will be given the
group presenting the winning skit.
Since 1947, ,when the trophy was
first presented, Sigma Delta Tau

Irish Theme
To Dominate
IHC Dance
Each woman attending the IHC-
sponsored dance this weekend will
receive a "wild Irish rose" corsage,
in honor of St. Patrick's Day.
Theme of the annual semi-for-
mal dance will be "Rite of Spring."
It will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. tomorrow in the League Ball-
room.
Hal Singer and his band will
provide the music for dancing,
while the Ann Arbor Alleycats will
be on hand with their jazz special-
ties which they will play between
danceable numbers.
Octet To Sing
During intermission, the Friars
Octet from the Men's Glee Club
will sing.
Decorations will consist of an
Irish castle with a garden, pool
and real flowers,. Inside the dance,
a night sky will be recreated with
silver stars being suspended from
the ceiling. Light blue shadow
boxes across the floor will add to
the effect.
An Irish scroll will be placed in
the alcove opposite the door, tell-
ing the fable of a leprechaun and
his pot of gold. Real trees with
white-washed branches will be
planted in pots with gold coins
suspended from the branches.
Huge Shamrock
The bandstand will be adorned
with a huge shamrock, while real
flowers will deck the door and
stage.
General chairman of the dance
is Drake Duane. Assisting him in
the d:zorations department are
Jim Lambert and Tom Frank.
Tom Martin is entertainment'
chairman, while Dick Pompian
takes charge of tickets and pro-
grams.
Publicity agents are Duane and
Lambert and George Worden is
finance chairman.

for the
special attention
of"
ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERS
AND
PHYSICISTS

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
'HOUSE OF PROSPECTS'-Shown as they will appear in Sigma
Delta Tau's musical comedy skit for Hillelzapoppin' are Linda
Falk, Marcia Borg, Joan Allen and Nancy Rothman. The skit
will be one of six presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Tappan
Junior High School.

-Daily-vern Soden
NIGHT CLUB ATMOSPHERE-Couples dance and relax in a
night club atmosphere at one of the Union's Little Club dances.
Scheduled from 9 p.m. to midnight today in the Union, the
dance will feature entertainment by Don Young's band and the
Contours, a singing group.
Booths Co-chairmen Select

H UGH E S

ha§ won it twice, Zeta Beta Tau
four times and independent groups
twice. Phi Sigma Delta carried
away the honors last year.
Professors To Judge,
Prof. Marvin J. Eisenberg of the
fine arts department, Prof. H. Wy-
lie Hitchcock of the music litera-
ture department, and William
Zerman, assistant to the Dean of
Men, will be judges for the eve-
ining.

EXECUTIVE CANDIDATES:
Panhel Nominates Officers,
Reveals Sorority Pledges

By JANIE FOWLER
Panhellenic Association yester-
day revealed that Carol de Bruin
and Martha Stockard have been
nominated for the position of Pan-
hel president.
A member of Delta Delta Delta,
Miss de Bruin emphasizes the ori-
entation of pledges to senior Pan-
hel, an honors program and pre-
petitioning meetings for prospec-
tive candidates.
Miss Stockard, who belongs to
Kappa Alpha Theta, proposes a
monthly newsletter, a , rushing
board for Washtenaw County or-
ganized by city Panhellenic and
alumnae attendance at every Pan-
hel meeting.
Other Candidates
Christa Eckhard of Sigma Kap-
pa and Kathy Luhn of Collegiate
Sorosis were announced as candi-
dates for first vice-president.
Nominated for the position of
second vice-president were Rae
Cruthers of Alpha Phi and Sally
Miller of Delta Gamma,
Vying for the secretarial post
will be Mary Klawson of Alpha
Delta Pi and Polly Van Schoick of
Pi Beta Phi.
Future Treasurer
Betty Doman of Alpha Xi Del-
ta and Peg McGrath of Chi Omega

are candidates for the office of
treasurer.
Rushing chairman hopefuls are
Patti Drake of Alpha Chi Omega
and Carol Wheeler of Sigma Kap-
pa.
Potential chairman of rushing
counsellors is Dianne Duncan of
Alpha Chi Omega, who will be op-
posed by Mimi Ryan of Alpha Xi
Delta'
Vote Thursday
Joan Bowler of Alpha Omicron
Pi and Meredith Hardy of Chi
Omega will be running for the job
of public relations chairman.
Sorority presidents will take this
slate of candidates for Panhel of-
fices back to their respective
houses for consideration.
Voting will take place at the
meeting on Thursday, with each
sorority having one vote.
Recognize Themia
The Board of Delegates has also
voted to recognize Themia, a new
local sorority.
The group passed another mo-
tion approving the petition of a
second local, Alethia, for member-
ship in Phi Mu national sorority.
Alethia has announced the
pledging of fifteen new members.
These coeds ae Jane Dansard, Sal-
ly Freeman, Elizabeth Snyder,
Caryl Miller and Sylvia Phelps.
Judith Richards, Carol Friebo-
lin, Irene Kunst, Jean Chapman,
Maurine Edwards, Barbara Jones,
Jacqueline Farrell, Carol Kirkland,
Suzanne Strahle and Jean Rich-
ards conclude the list.
The deadline for entries for the
Alpha Omicron Pi Community Ser-
vices Award has been -extended
until Monday. The competition is
to select the house which has con-
tributed most to the Ann Arbor
area.

Tickets include free bus trans-
portation from the League at 7:15
p.m. to Tappan Junior High
School.
The buses will be returning to
Hillel after the performance for
a post-party, which will include
refreshments and dancing.
Tickets On Sale
Tickets will be on sale until
showtime in Mason Hall. They
may also be purchased by con-
tacting Barbara Rubin at NO 3-
3384.
Individual, committee chairmen
are Burt Bez, programs; Hal Bar-
ron, finance; Miss Rubin, tickets;
Bob Dunsky, transportation; Joel
Chemers,, publicity, and Harvey
Weiss, supervisor.
Libby'Sundel is in charge of the
reception and Herb Klein is stage
manager.
Proceeds are distributed by the
UJA to the Joint Distribution com-
mittee, which helps to build up
Israel. Beth Israel Congregation
and the Hillel Foundation in Ann
Arbor also receive part of the
funds.
The coveted trophy for the Hil-
lelzapoppin' winner has been pre-
sented nine times.
Hillelzapoppin' was first started
in 1945.
Cities of Michigan
Will Be included
in Vacation Tour
An International Center tour,
scheduled from Monday, April 2,
to Saturday, April 7, will cover
four Michigan cities including Bat-
tle Creek, Kalamazoo, Muskegon
and Saginaw.
Co-operating with the Center
on plans for the trip are the Ro-
tarians and the Chamber of Com-
merce in each of the designated
cities. These groups have arranged
for. the participating students to
stay with families in private
homes. They will also provide en-
tertainment.
Open to international students,
the only expense will be the cost
of transportation by bus.
Interested persons may contact
Robert Schuiteman at the Inter-
national Center for further in-
formation.

Judges who will select the 12
top Michigras booths have been
announced recentlly by booths
committee co-chairmen, Lynn
Garver and Charles Wood.
Taking part in choosing the
booth winners will be Ruth T.
Callahan, administrative assistant
to the Dean of Men; James D.
Shortt Jr., assistant to the Director
of University Relations; Elizabeth
A. Leslie, Assistant Dean of Wom-

On [Le J4ot'ie
By MARY BETH GODFROY
"Sure'n begorrah," the shamrock has invaded the party scene
this weekend, and kelly green will be seen wherever a good Irishman
happens to be.
The Tau Kappa Epsilon house will undergo a transformation for
their dance tomorrow night into "Shamrock Casino."
This same evening, green hair will be the attire for the brothers
of Sigma Nu at their party. The shillelagh will prevail at Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kappa Sigma, Chi Phi and Alpha Kappa Psi.
Puddle Party
The basement will be flooded once again at the Beta Theta P1
house for the presentation of their annual "Puddle Party." A Labra-
dor retriever, the riew mascot of Sigma Phi, is being honored at a
combo party also being held tomorrow night.
"Sweethearts and Shamrocks" will intermix at Sigma Chi's
"Sweetheart Ball." This is their traditional spring formal which will
be preceded by dinner at the house.
Visitors to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity tomorrow evening will
include ghosts, ghouls, and witches in keeping with their theme,
"Haunted House."
'Hood Party'
An entirely different creature will occupy the Sigma Phi Epsilon
house. The men will dress as they did in high school for their
"Hood Party."
Speakeasies, the Charleston, talking pictures and flappers will
all be styles at Kappa Sigria tomorrow evening, as their "Roaring
Twenties" party will be in progress. However, Emmett Kelly would
be more in vogue at the "Hobo Hobble" given by Phi Delta Theta.
Trigon fraternity will hold their spring pledge formal tomorrow
night with Paul Brodie's band entertaining the couples. The Huron
Hotel will be the scene of the dinner.
Costume Affairs
More costume parties seem to conclude the activities for tomorrow
night.
Almost any imaginable type of outfit will be found at Phi Gamma
Delta's "Suppressed Desire" party.
Evans Scholars' "Natchez Party" will feature an appropriate
gambling scene and couples dressed in pre-civil war outfits.

Judges for

en and Lionel H. Laing, professor
of political science.
Marvin J. Eisenberg, assistant
professor of fine arts; James H.
Robertson, Assistant Dean of the
literary school and Gerald O. Dyk-
stra, professor of business law, will
also help out with the judging.
Point Basis
Judging of the booths will be on
a point basis. Thirty points will be
awarded for originality, 30 for
appeal to the public, 20 for general
appearance, 10 for carnival spirit
and 10 for effectiveness of title.
First, second and third place
trophies will be awarded for gen-
eral quality in each of the show,
skill and refreshment booth cate-
gories.
Three trophies will also be given
for the booth in each category
which takes in the most tickets.
Duplicate Trophies
All trophies will be awarded in
duplicate, so that if two houses
are working together, each will re-
ceive a trophy.
University President Harlan H.
Hatcher will award the trophies
for general quality Saturday night,
April 21.
Ticket sale trophies will be given
when the final ticket tabulations
have been made.
Preliminary judging will be held
for all booths Thursday evening,
April 19, the day before Michigras.
Final judging will be held Friday
night, April 20.

HUGHES ANNOUNCES
OPENINGS ON ITS STAFFS
FOR THOSE RECEIVING
B. S.. M. S. OR PH. D.
DEGREES DURING THE
COMING YEAR.

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OPENINGS ARE IN THESE FIELDS:
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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

MARCH 16
MEMBERS OF THE HUGHES ENGINEERIN
STAFF WILL CONDUCT PERSONAL
INTERVIEWS ON YOUR CAMPUS.
CONSULT YOUR SCHOOL PLACEMENT
OFFICE NOW FOR APPOINTMENT.

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Systems Analysis. Guided Missile Systems,
Automatic Controls, Physical Analysis, Microwave Tubes,
Pulse Circuitry, Information Theory, Ground Radar Systems,
Solid-State Physics, Transistors, Test Equipment Design,
Miniaturization, Electromechanical Design, Gyros,
Hydraulics, Subminiaturization, Mechanical Design,
Instrumentation, Telemetering, Antennas, Wave Guides.
for work in
OTHER AREAS
Technical Writing, Missile Field Engineering,
Engineering Administration, Radar & Missile Insttuction,
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BASKETBALL CLUB-Members
of the Basketball Club will play
Cooley High School at 4 p.m. today
in Barbour Gymnasium.

SENIOR NIGHT-There will
a Senior Night skit rehearsal
4 p.m. today at the League.

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ETHEL McCORMICK - Junior
women may petition until 5 p.m.
today for the three $100 Ethel
McCormick scholarships.
AFRICAN LIFE-An evening of
African entertainment will be
offered at 7:30 p.m. today in the
recreation room of the Interna-
tional Center.
SCROLL SCHOLARSHIP - Pe-
titions for the $100 Scroll scholar-
ship may be picked up by junior
affiliated women until Wednesday
at the League Undergraduate Of-
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Scholarship
All interested sophomore and
junior coeds may now petition
for a $150 scholarship offered
by Kappa Delta sorority.
Applications must be return-
ed to the office of the Dean of
Women at the Administration
Building by 5 p.m. tomorrow.
The scholarship will be
awarded on the basis of activity,
scholarship and need.

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