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[AY 25, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-Daily--Vern Soden
ADVANCE PLANNING-members of the Central Committee for
the 1957 S-Hop include Pat Skelly, Bunny Lifshey, Ann McDonald,
Marilyn Houck and Vera Ptak, in the front row, and Mike Gordon
Mike Jackson, general chairman - Steve Simich, Art Epker and
Shelly Baum, standing.
Co ee ected
F or J-Hop Wee end

On the House
By SANNA SCHEINFELD
Because it is the last weekend
of the semester, most people are at
least thinking about studying for
exams.
However, a few brave fraternities
are putting off the inevitable for
one more party.
The Sigma Nus will be dancing
in style, having a formal on a
member's yacht on Lake St. Clair.
Lambda Chi Alpha's formal
"South Winds", will feature a tro-
pical atmosphere.
Delta Upsilon is holding its an-
nual "Lawn Formal" in honor of
the graduating seniors and this
semester's pledge class. The. de-
corations are planned around a
southern plantation type theme.
Delta Kappa Epsilon and Phi
Kappa Psi are also having their
pledge formals while Theta Xi is
holding its annual spring formal.
Dates for the Phi Gamma Delta
grass skirt party were invited in a
special manner. Howling "Fiji
Islanders" ran through the dining
halls summoning dates.
Delta Tau Delta alumni will be
honored at a picnic Saturday af-
ternoon with a party planned at
the house for that night.
Chi Phi is planning a dinner be-
fore their record dance Saturday
night. Phi Kappa Sigma and Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, are also hold-
ing casual record dances.
Special entertainment is plan-
ned for the "Blue Book Blues" Ball3
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.1
Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Joy Myers, a night-club style
singer, is featured. Formerly with
Paul Brodie's Orchestra, she will
sing such numbers as "Again,"
"Getting to Know You" and "My
Funny Valentine."
Red Joh'nson is providing the
music for dancing. His Quintet
for Five will offer some jazz. This
is a special combo for this event,
including Jim Pullin, drums; Red
Johnson, piano; Dave Flowers,
trumpet; Ben Patterson, base, and
Bob Branzett, clarinet.

ADC Holds
Discussion
Dorm Members Plan
Summer, Fall Events

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By BEATA JORGENSON
In their last meeting of the
semester held Monday at the Lea-
gue, the Assembly Dormitory
Council discussed projects for next
year.
A motion was passed by ADC
members to have a service pro-
ject, rather than to have a financ-
ial obligation, for Assembly next
year.
ADC president Jean Scruggs will
attend the National Students As-
sociation Congress.
During the summer, Assembly
will be sending out a newsletter to
all returning independent women
who are upperclassmen. On the
newsletter will be a calendar of
events for the coming year.
Next fall, with the exception of
Betsy Barbour and the League
Houses, there will be no less than
four house council members from
each dormitory returning for the
period of orientation.
The University will cover the
cost of board and room for the four
who return so that they will be
able to be on hand to welcome the
incoming students.
Twelve "freshmen informers"
are needed from various geogra-
phic areas where there are not
strong alumni groups.
Wofrien who participate in this
service project will be available to
give information to freshmen who
contact them during the summer
months.
Those who are interested may
put their names and home ad-
dresses in Miss Scrugg's box in
the League Undergraduate Office.

U S E 0 U R

Steve Simich has been chosen
4 general chairman of the 1957 J-
Hop.
Assisting Simich will be the nine
other members of the J-Hop Cen-
tral Committee chosen from the
current sgphomore class.
Mike Gordion will handle financ-
es while Art Epker will be in charge
of buildings and grounds.
Booths chairman is Mike Jack-
son and decorations head is Pat
Skelly. Ann McDonald will ar-
range for bands for the formal
dance.
Publicizing J-Hop activities will
be Marilyn Houck with Shelly
Baum managing the special events
which will highlight the weekend.
Ticket sales will be under the
direction *of Bunny Lifshey while
Vera Ptak will provide for patrons,
programs and favors.
J-Hop,- the annual dance pre-
/ sented by the junior class, will
mark its 80th year as the class of
'58 takes over the affair.
Held traditionally between se-
mesters, J-Hop, one of the most
im{ortant social events at the Uni-

versity, features two name bands
in a one night stand.
The second night of the week-
end is devoted to an informal
dance or special event
Featuring a plantation theme,
the most recent J-Hop was titled
"Rebelaire"
Counselors
Men students interested in
acting as summer counselors
at the Fresh Air -Camp are
asked to call the Fresh Air
Camp office in the basement of
the School of Education. Eight
hours of University credit,
room, board and tuition will be
provided;,

Pa tterson-Superko
Mrs. Robert A. Potter of Dear-
born recently announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Ann
Weir Patterson, to Arthur C. Sup-
erko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Superko of Dearborn.
Miss Patterson is a sophomore
who will enter the School of Edu-
cation and is a member of Alpha
Delta Pi.
* 4, 4,
Clifford-Denton
Marjorie Diane Clifford's en-
gagement to Sherwood Edwin Den-
ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Scholarship
B'nai B'rith will award ten
fellowships to students active in
Jewish student affairs who are
intending to pursue Jewish
communal service as a career.
Eligible students may contact
the Hillel Foundation for fur-
ther information.

J. Denton of Richmona, was an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon E. Clifford of Lincoln
Park.
Miss Clifford is a junior in the
literary school, majoring in psy-
chology. She is a member of Alpha
Delta Pi.
Mr. Denton is a sophomore in
the School of Medicine and is af-
filiated with Phi Kappa Sigma and
Phi Rho Sigma.
* * *
Quine-Ilgenfritz
The engagement of Gretchen H.
Quine to Robert H. Ilgenfritz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Ilgen-
fritz of Mamaroneck, N. Y., was
recently announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George D.
Quine of Dearborn.
The bride-elect is a senior in the
School of Education and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi.
Mr. Ilgenfritz is a junior in en-
gineering school and a member of
Theta Xi and Vulcans.

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