FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956
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Students To Entertain
Entertainment at the Union- n
spon'sored "Parisienne Rendez- the Union snack bar i the form
vous," to be held from 9 p.m. to of Parisienne foods. Arrangements
midnight tomorrow in the Union for "Parisienne Rendezvous" are
Ballroom, will be provided by Uni- being made by the Union dance
versity students. committee.
Student talent for the all-cam- Bluebook Ball
pus event includes Pat Moore and There will be one more large,
JoanSluget, aop-ancng uoall-campus Union dance this se-
Joan Sluggett, a tap-dancmg duo, mester, the semi-annual Bluebook
Suzanne Friedman and Tom Loue' Ball, to be given Saturday, May
Couples attending the dance are This dance is intended as a
to enter the ballroom through a sdae is ntended s
replica of the Arch of Triumph. study break for conscientious stu-
Colorful French flags and travel dents who are cramming for ex-
posters will line the hallway ams. Bluebooks are to be used as
which leads to the dance floor. the central theme.
Eiffel Tower Tickets may be purchased at the
A 30-foot painting of the Eiffel main desk in the Union before the
Tower will be depicted on a floor- dance.
to-ceiling mural on one of the The Little Club, a weekly af-
walls. The Terrace Room will be fair presented by the Union, has
decorated to resemble a Parisienne not been scheduled for the'rest of
sidewalk cafe. the semester, but the Sunday
night record dances will go on as
Red Johnson and his Orchestra usual.
will provide music for dancing. usua_._
The musicians are going to play(
under a simulated canopy to con- Sorority To Give
tribute to the authentic French
Tickets for "Parisienne Rendez- Service Award
vous" are on sale from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. tomorrow at the main desk A panel of judges met recently
of the Union. to decide which sorority on cam-
Dance Officials pus will be given the Alpha Omi-
General chairman of the dance cron Pi Community Service Award.
is Tony Trittipo. Committee mem- In trophy form, the award will
bers who are assisting him are be presented for the first time at
Herb Appel, publicity; Mike Cam- League Installation Night, Mon-
eras, programs; Neil Grey, deco- day.
rations and Skip Magidsohn, en- The local chapter of Alpha Omi-
tertainment. cron Pi social sorority has insti-#
Dressy clothes will be appropri- tuted the award to promote con-
ate for the dance. tributions by affiliates to the Ann
Refreshments will be served in Arbor area and its residents.
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205 E. Liberty
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Lane Hall To Sponsor Art Exhibit
The Indian art display, formal-
ly opened by President Harlan H.
Hatcher Tuesday at the Lane Hall
Library, presents a varied picture
of art patterns in India, both Pld
Open from 2 to 9 p.m. today and
tomorrow, the exhibition features
objects contributed by Indian stu-
dents and the Indian Trade Center
in New York.
Oldest of the things shown are
two paintings of the Mughal per-
iod, depicting historical scenes.
Both are estimated to be 500 years
Prints of paintings by Kanu De-
sai and Vilvamangal illustrate
trends in contemporary art.
Several landscapes, done in In-
dia by former student Dilip Jamda,
are also included in the painting
Intricately hand-carved jewel
boxes, vases and religious figur-
ines, done in ivory, occupy a large
section of the exhibition.
Among the religious carvings'
are delicate ivory and sandalwood
renderings of Lord Buddha, Lord
Krishna and the Goddess of
Clay portraits of Mahatma
Gandhi and Lord Buddha also
demonstrate the important reli-
gious influence on Indian art.
Hand-carving has been tradi-
tionally important and the ob-
jects "featured are illustrative of
the kind that have been produced
for centuries. A tiny seed, con-
taining ten smaller, carved ivory
elephants, demonstrates the abili-
ties of the Indian artisans.
Illustrating the more practical
side of artwork, the exhibition has
colorfully striped bedsheets and
tablecloths, practically all hand-
woven, and several pairs of em-
broidered Rajputana shoes.
Colorful hand-made fabrics, done
in cotton and silk, interwoven
with gold and silver thread, are
also shown, some a hundred years
Variations in architecture are
pictured by photographs of the
old sections of India and also the
more modern parts, where West-
ern ideas have been influential.
Hi l lel Dance
In commemoration of the eighth
anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence, an all-campus Independence
Day dance will be presented at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow at Hillel.
Decorations for the annual
dance will feature the national
colors of Israel, blue and white.
Blue and white Mogen David flags+
will be used to adorn the dance
An exhibit of Israeli art work1
will also be displayed during the1
The first part of the evening
will be devoted to a program of
entertainment which will include
violin selections by .Marilyn Perl-
man and Israeli folk songs by Mrs.
Also included in the program
will be the performance of IsraeliI
folk dances by David and Laura.
The entertainment forthe lat-
ter part of the evening will con-
sist of social and Israeli folk
A student-faculty reception in
honor of Itzczak Una, Israeli vice-
consul from Chicago, will be helde
at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Hillel. E
INDIAN ART DISPLAY-Buddha Govindaraj, president of the
India Students Association, shows a clay portrait of Mahatma
Gandhi to several students. The portrait is part of an Indian Art
Display being held from 2 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow at the
Lane Hall Library.
UP IN THE CLOUDS:
By ROSE PERLBERG
When Dorothy Lewis says she's
up in the clouds with her job, she's
For the past eight months, pert,
blonde Miss Lewis has been work-
ing as stewardess for a national
She entered training last June,
two weeks after graduation from
the University of New Mexico. "I'd
majored in education," the slim
stewardess said, "but somehow I
didn't like the idea of such a rou-
Flights Always Differ
Her flying duties are far from
routine. "One flight is never the
same as another. There are al-
ways new faces, new challenges."
Airlines don't take just any ap-
plicant into their training course.
Miss Lewis described the qualifi-
cations a woman needs:
"I had to be between 20 andi
njoys Stewardess Job
to like and if you're not suited
for it," she shrugged and smiled,
"it really shows."
Most of all, Miss Lewis enjoys
being able to make people happy'
Many people who get on the
plane are worried, perhaps an-
noyed about something or gener-
ally in a bad mood. It's our job
to divert their minds and help
them to enjoy at least this much
of their trip.
"You have to exert yourself,"
she admits, "but the satisfaction
gained makes it really worthwhile."
Like all others, Miss Lewis' job
has its ups and downs. And the
"downs" come in the form of the
hours. She has a contract that
says she can fly an 85 hour a
month maximum. But in the
smaller print the fact is empha-
sized that these 85 hours must be
measured from when the engines
are turned on until they are turned
Gets Some Compensation
"That's why stewardess' faces
always grow longer when a plane
is delayed several hours," the vi-
vacious blonde laughed. "How-
ever, we do get some compensa-
tion for the time we spend with
our passengers when the plane is
not in actual flight," she added.
On the more attractive side of
the pay scale, Miss Lewis men-
27 years old, from 5 feet 2 inches
to 5 feet 8 inches tall, weigh be-
tween 100 and 135 pounds and have
two years of college, business
0 n training or nurses training.
fl, e ,O1'tj"I also had to pass a rigid phy-
sical examination, which included
having 20-40 vision," the attrac-
tive stewardess said, "as well as
personality and aptitude tests."
After the sunny beaches of Florida and these first signs of spring, Periodical physical checks are giv-
students are finding it harder and harder to study for blue books and en to all stewardesses.
write their term papers. Took Six-Week Course
The social activities offered this weekend by various fraternities, "When they finally hired me,"
houses, and organizations on campus give the students an even ; she continued with a smile, "I was
greater chance to procrastinate. sent to the airline's home base
The Detroit alumni of Sigma Chi are giving the local chapter a in Kansas City for a six-week
banquet in Detroit tonight. Departing from the formality of this course in their own school.
occasion, the Theta Xi's are giving a rip-roaring Western party this This was followed by a six-
s inmonth probation period during
same evening..which Miss Lewis and her fellow
'April Showers' tryouts worked under observation.
"April Showers," which for some fantastic reason have evade4 Now based in Detroit, Miss Lew-
the campus so far, will invade Couzens Hall tonight and this won't is is a full-fledged stewardess. Al-
be due to leaky pipes. They are holding an informal dance to which though her airline flies all over
various men's residences have been invited. the United States and to Europe,
"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" and the music of Paul her duties will be limited to short-
Brodie and his Band will provide the atmosphere for men of Scott er runs, or those in the Eastern
ju- d cawf A
tioned that stewardesses receive
expense money to pay hotel bills
and other extras when away from
Aside from the experience of
meeting persons from all over the
world in all walks of life, many
would-be stewardesses are attract-
ed by the traveling aspect.
Join-See the World
"In our profession the maxim
'Join-and see the world' is truly
applicable,". Miss Lewis declared.
She remarked that women can
change bases every six months be-
fore the work begins to get' bor-
Miss Lewis' flight run is far from
reaching the state of boredom for
her. When she says, "We enjoyed
having you with us. Come back
soon," one feels that she really
Applications for the Student
Activities Scholarship given by
SGC can be picked up tomor-
row at Quonset Hut A or 113
A total of $450 will be award-
ed to students on the basis of
participation in campus acti-
vities and financial need. Ap-
plicants must have at least a
2.5 scholastic average to be eli-
gible for these scholarships.
WHITE O PERA
cad hh,,tecf wild ioam
House and their dates at their spring semi-formal tomorrow evening.
The centennial and pledge formal of Theta Chi is also being
held that evening. A picnic will be held in the afternoon; dinner
will be served at the Golden Apples Room, and the formal dance will
be at the League with Hal Singer playing.
Roman Toga Party
The popular Roman toga party is also being planned by two
fraternities for tomorrow. Phi Sigma Kappa and Delta Sigma Pi
will convert their respective houses into Roman villas with appropriate
From Rome, the scene switches to Italy and particularly Vienna.
There, Alpha Delta Phi will hold their pledge formal, "Moonlight in
Vienna." Gondolas will dominate the scene and waiters will be
dressed as the drivers. Charles Hatset will provide music for dancing.
Taking advantage of this beautiful spring weather, Chi Phi and
Sigma Kappa will have a picnic tomorrow afternoon. Alpha Epsilon
Pi is also moving outdoors for a party in the form of a barbeque.
However, a little work by the couples attending will be expected, as
this is also. a Michigras float-building party.
Deserts of Arabia
Two members of the Four Freshmen will be at Phi Kappa Psi's
dance also being held tomorrow evening. The setting will be the
deserts of Arabia and the music will be by John Hodges and his Band.
Tau Delta Phi is planning their annual Tau Delta She party
for this weekend. The men's dates will go through Hell week, ini-
tiation, and various other rituals during the course of the evening.
However, they will have the opportunity of pulling pledge pranks. The
penalities for pulling these pranks weren't revealed though.
If anyone feels like relaxing and taking it easy, Phi Kappa Tau
has the perfect party, "The Sloppy Party" Costumes are just what
the title suggests-sloppy. Records will provide the music and an easy.
atmosphere will prevail
Will Attend 'Mikado'
Since the "Mikado" is being presented this weekend by the Gil-
bert and Sullivan Society, men of Kelsey house and their dates will
attend tomorrow night's performance and then return to South Quad
for an informal dance.
Gangsters and their molls will be seen lurking at Triangle fraterni-
ty just before their "Slumming It" party, The inside of the house
will be decorated to resemble a Michigan Avenue dive in Chicago.
"Swing your partner and do-si-do" will be heard coming from
Allen Rumsey house at their square dance tomorrow evening. How-
ever, the noise from the Delta Sigma Phi house won't be so promin-
ent due to the fact that they are holding a sock hop.
and Mid-Western part of the coun-
try, until she has worked for a few
years and achived a senior rating.
The cheerful stewardess is very
enthusiastic about her profession.
"I wouldn't trade the experience
for anything in the world," she
says earnestly, blue eyes shining.
"It's the kind of a job you have
, ' Fa:
in while calf
in white linen
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BLUE TEAM - There will be
meetings of Frosh Weekend Blue
Team committees tomorrow; pro-
grams at 11 a.m. and the publi-
city all day in the League.
* * *
MICHIGRAS HATS-The Mi-
chigras Central Committee an-
nounced that all of the ,600 hats
were sold yesterday. According
to the committee, there will be
no more available.
S* * *
TAG DAY-Except for a few
large donors, no faculty or Uni-
versity personnel will be solicited
through the mail dtring the Fresh
Air Camp Tag Day this year. Con-
tributions can be made in the
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COED HONORARY-New Al-
pha Lamba Delta members are to
contact Jan Voyce at 2-2591, to
pay for the pin, banquet and dues
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