SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1956
..E MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1956 TIlE MICHIGA1~ DAILY PAGE PiTh
LIGHT FANTASTIC-Practicing for the combined Modern Dance
and Ballet Club's dance concert to be given at 3 and 8 p.m. today
in the Sarah Caswell Angell Hall in Barbour Gymnasium are Beth
Greene, Ruth Apietle and Karen Noll. Also on the program will
be a modern dance, "Tournament," choreographed by Margaret
Heizmann, '57, with music by Roland Trogan, grad., performed
and taped by the Louisville Symphony Orchestra. This marks
the first time on campus that a dance choreographed by a student
to music composed by a student has been performed by a pro-
SPEAKING .. .
rR 1OFFlu T H E 4CUFF U
Men in Sing
Greek Week Activity
To Include Cheering,
Ten sororities have been chosen
to support fraternities competing
in the Inter-Fraternity Sing, to be
held Friday night in Hill Auditor-
The supporters were determined
by means of a drawing in which
13 had been entered. These sorori-
ties were those who had not been
drawn to support fraternities in
last year's IFC sing.
Aiding Chi Psi will be Alpha
Gamma Delta, while Alpha Omi-
cron Pi will be supporting Kappa
Sigma and coeds of Collegiate Sor-
osis will sponsor Sigma Phi Epsi-
Lending support for Lambda Chi
Alpha will be the women of Delta
Delta Delta, Phi Gamma Delta men
will be aided by the Gamma Phi
Beta's and Kappa Alpha Theta
coeds will sponsor Trigon.
Coeds of Kappa Delta will turn
out to support the men of Delta
Tau Delta, Pi Beta Phi's will aid
the Theta Delta Chi's, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon men will be sponsored by
the women of Sigma Delta Tau
and Themia coeds will support
Beta Theta Pi.
Each of the 10 supporting sorori-
ties as well as those who did not
fare with the same luck in the
drawing is asked to send a repre-
sentative to a meeting at 5 p.m.
Tuesday in the League.
The annual Sing is a part of
Greek Week festivities which will
commence tomorrow and continue
through Saturday. Vocalists from
the different fraternities will be
vieing for a traditional trophy.
A full agenda, ranging from par-
ties to serious discussion, has been
planned to occupy affiliates' time
during this coming week.
Monday, Olympiad night, will
find them gathering at Ferry Field
for an evening of entertainment
in the old Greek tradition. Mara-
thon races, a torch-lighting cere-
mony and other competitive events
Panhel Workshop and the IFC
President's conference to be held
at the Fresh Air Camp make Tues-
day discussion day.
Music with a swing is planned to
entertain everyone on campus
Fiction & Non-Fiction
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PAULA WILSON JOYCE WRIGHT
Wilson - Downs
Paula Wilson's engagement to
Ernest W. Downs, son of Mrs.
Corrine Downs of Cincinnati, O.,
was recently announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Wil-
son, also of Cincinnati.
Miss Wilson is a junior in the
School of Nursing and is affiliated
with Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Downs is a sophomore in
the School of Engineering and is a
member of Beta Theta Pi.
The couple plans to be married
on September 8.
DANGERS OF THE DIAG
By Virginia Robertson
Wright - Brophy
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Wright
of East Lansing announce the en-
gagement of Dr. Wright's daugh-
ter, Joyce Elaine, to Jere H. Bro-
phy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R.
Brophy of West Hartford, Conn.
Miss Wright graduated from
Smith College in June, 1954, and
will receive a Master's Degree in
Music Education from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in June, 1956.
Mr. Brophy was graduated from
the University of Michigan in
Feb., 1956. with a Bachelor's De-
gree in chemical and metallurgical
engineering. He is now enrolled in
the Graduate School and is the
recipient of the General Motors
Fellowship in Metallurgy and 'the
1956-57 Gerard SwopeFellowship
from the General Electric Com-
He'is a member of Vulcans, Phi
Lambda Upsilon, Phi Kappa Phi,
and Tau Beta Pi. Mr. Brophy
is affiliated with Kappa Sigma.
August 18 will be the date of the
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Dayha rsh - Barron
The engagement of Shirley Jo
Dayharsh to Jerrold L. Barron,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barron
of Tecumseh, was recently an-
SEEMS AS THOUGH no matter where you are on campus, you can't
avoid being tripped or cornered to give money to this cause, buy
tickets for that events-or else sign up for "the most worthwhile project
of the year."
And the hotspot of all this activity is--you guessed it-the Diag,
with crucial points near the Engine Arch and in front of the Main
Now take a typical college student, who is hurrying at nine
minutes after eight to get to his eight o'clock class. As he leaves East
Quadrangle he somehow manages to survive the traffic jumble at the
corner of East University and South University. (Of course, he gets
a little clutched when bikes, cars and taxis start coming at him from
four sides at once.)
But really, his troubles have just begun. Lo and behold-he can't
get through the Engine Arch! All sorts of little tables are set up to nab
the unsuspecting student who hasn't voted yet.
At this point, our student friend has 45 seconds left to get to class.
He mumbles "No, I don't want better heads in government," and starts
to worm his way through the passageway.
"Operation Pitfall" is awaiting him a few steps down the Diag,
but our friend has really got this situation under control. He knows
that, even though the construction workers have strategically placed
every pot-hole and sidewalk warp, he can get through! (He has a
. zig-zag map in his pocket of the route to follow.)
E APPROACHES the Main Library and there-right at eight o'clock
in the morning, are lots of jolly coeds, dancing and hopping up and
down! By these actions, they are showing their spirit and pep, which,
in turn, shows /the onlookers what a good dance the Mush-Push Ball
is going to be.
One of the dancers hops up to him and block his way to class.
"Please, please buy some tickets to. the Mush-Push Ball?" she asks. To
which our little friend replies "No, no, no, no, no!" gently knocks her
aside and continues on his way to class.
In the middle of the night, devilish students are always painting
hearts, huge black feet, Michiclefs and such, all over the Diag.
However, this student just tramps over them, purposely, in order to
help out the Plant Department in their removal. Also, he carefully
manages to dodge the treacherous "M" seal which is sure death to
There is a relatively easy way for our friend to avoid all these
troubles. All he has to do is-sprout wings and develop a vocabulary of
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Keith Dayharsh of Hart.
Miss Dayharsh is a sophomore
in the School of Nursing and was
president of her freshman nursing
class. She is a member of Alpha
Mr Barron is a junior in the
Plans for the wedding date will
be announced later.
Twelve inch long playing re-
cords of selections from the
Junior Girls Play, "Rising
High," will be on sale from
tomorrow until Friday at the
League Undergraduate Office.
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OPEN HOUSE-Mosher Hall will
present its annual open house from
2 to 5 p.m. today. Corridors deco-
rated around the Months of the
Year theme will be judged by Dean
of Women Deborah Bacon, League
President Sue Arnold and Leonard
Schaadt, business manager of resi-
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