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February 22, 1956 - Image 5

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Open House
To Be Held
At Hatchers'
Afternoon To Provide
Opportunity To View
Presient's Residence
Opening their home to students
for the first time this semester,
President and Mrs. Harlan H.
Hatcher will hold an informal
open house from 4 to 6 p.m. today.
Following the tradition started
during President Alexander G.
Ruthven's 22 years of administra-
tion, the Hatchers home will be
open for student inspection. Re-
freshments and entertainment will
be featured.
Students will also have a chance
to meet the Hatchers.
Several residence halls, fraterni-
ties and sororities have been ac-
corded special invitations but
everyone on campus is welcome.
Alpha Omicron Pi, Pi Beta Phi,
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Omega
Phi, Gamma Delta and Acacia are
the Greek Letter houses slated to
be honored.
Other residence halls include
Kleinstueck in Alice Lloyd, Betsy
Barbour, Vaughan, Field League
House, Allen Rumsey, West Quad
and Reeves in South Quad.
Housemothers serving as pour-
ers will include Mrs. Beryl Worral
of Alpha Omicron Pi, Mrs. Mildred
Anicker of Pi Beta Phi, Mrs. Janet
Tait of Kleinstueck, Mrs. Martha
Strauss of Betsy Barbour, Miss
Susan Lockwood of Victor Vaughan
and Mrs. Helen Clark of Reeves.
Margaret Bell, soprano will pro-
vide entertainment. A music school
student, Miss Bell is featured as
one of the acts to appear in Cul-
antics Saturday.
Student hosts and hostesses
from the League and Union will
act as guides and show those in-
terested through the Hatcher,
home, noted for its architecture
and decor.

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SURPRISE SKIT-Mrs. Dorothy Legg gives members of the
faculty, William Stubbins, Preston Slosson, John Bingley and
James Robertson, last minute directions on the surprise act they
are preparing for Gulantics to be held at 8 p.m. Saturday in Hill
Leaue ill eat ure
Camp us ClubDances

Beginning Friday the Women's
League is starting a series of in-
formal -dances called the Campus
Being held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night, the League is opening up
another place on campus where
couples may go for dancing after
they have attended a movie or
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 featured dur-
ing intermission.
Included in the talent for the

floorshow is Fred Dart, a senior
in the School of Music. He will
play severalselections on a bari-
tone horn.
Another act being featured will
be dancers from the League exhi-
bition dance class. They will do
various dance steps including the
Charleston, the waltz, the jitter-
bug, and the popular South Ameri-
can numbers: rumba, samba and
tango. The steps to the cha cha
will also be demonstrated.
Still others providing intermis-
sion entertainment will be Joy
Myers, a vocalist from the School
of Music and Hugh Gucker who
will do a vibraphone solo.
Campus Club's aim will be simi-
lar to the Union's Little Club, in
that it will be open to both affili-
ated 'and independent men and
women on weekends.
Couples will find refreshments
in the Michigan room lcoated di-
rectly opposite the hall from the
Vandenberg room.
Other Campus Club dances will
be announced by the League in the

Union Plans
Annual Event
For Students
Schedule Will Include
Fraternity Dog Show,
Cake Contest, Exhibits
Pups, pants, pastries, and pool
will be among the events featured
at the Michigan Union Open
House, which begins at 1 p.m. Sat-
urday, in the Union's Rainbow
Clothes from two local stores
will be shown in the fashion shows
which will highlight the festivities.
The first show, to be presented
at 2 p.m. in the Ballroom, will
feature women's fashions for the
coming seasons. The thirty differ-
ent costumes to be shown include
formal wear, ,sportswear; and
Men's Fashions
The second and shorter show
will feature men's fashions, in-
cluding bermuda shorts, formal
wear, bathing suits, and other
spring innovations.
Fourteen fraternities have en-
tered their mascots in the dog
show, which is to be held at 3 p.m.
in the Ballroom.
The. Greek letter residences and
their dogs are Acacia, which is
entering an English bulldog -
"Mike; Delta Tau Delta, a great
dane-"Major IV"; Delta Sigma
Phi, a collie-"Barty"; and Delta
Upsilon, two St. Bernards-both
named "Brandy."
Various Mascots
Lambda Chi Alpha is showing a
St. Bernard-"Major"; Phi Delta
Theta ,a boxer-"Rock"; and Phi
Kappa Sigma, a dachshund -
Phi Kappa Tau will enter a
boxer-"Socks"; Phi Sigma Delta,
a great dance-"Caesar"; Sigma
Phi Epsilon, an Arabian longhair-
"Nads III"; and Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon, a puppy-"Teke."
Theta Chi's mascot is a collie-
"OX"; Trigon, a great dance -
"Dagmar"; Zeta Psi is also enter-
ing its mascot.
Dogs To Be Judged
Ron Rosenthal is the staff man
in charge of the dog show. The
judges are to be announced.
For those who wish to become
better acquainted with their stu-
dent representatives, Student Gov-
ernment Council is holding a re-
ception in the Terrace Room from
1 to 4 p.m.
Departmental and industrial ex-
hibits will be presented for the
first time at the Open House.
These will include exhibits from
many University departments, and
various national industries. A
leading automobile manufacturer
will display a new line of sports
Students and wives of students
are invited to enter the cake-bak-
ing contest, to be judged at 4 p.m.
in the Ballroom.
Michifish will put on a demon-
stration of precision swimming at
1 p.m. in the pool.
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'U' Women To Organize
Camp Counselor Group

Coeds interested in joining the
Camp Counselors Club may attend
the "get-acquainted" session, to be
held at. 7:30 p.m. today in the
small lounge of the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
While roasting marshmallows
and concocting "somemores," made
of graham crackers, chocolate and
marshmallows, coeds will discuss
the future activities of the -group
for the semester, besides trading
interesting anecdotes about pre-
vious camping experiences and
Purpose of the group, according
to Joan Sayles, manager of the
club, is to gain friendship with
others who share interest in camp-
ing, by the exchanging of ideas
and experiences, along with learn-
ing new skills.
Varied Events
On the agenda for the coming
semester, Miss Sayles has many
Entry Blanks Due
At Barbour Gym
For Tournament
Applications for entry in the
women's all-campus badminton
tournament are due at 5 p.m. today
in Office 15 of Barbour Gymnas-
All participants in this elimina-
tions singles and doubles tourna-
ment must appear at 9 a.m. Sat-
urday in Barbour Gym to receive
rules and instructions.
Each coed will then play her
first match that morning. The
tournament will be finally com-
pleted by Wednesday, March 14.
Priscilla Torsleff, manager of
the co-recreational Badminton
Club, stressed that all matches
must be played within the time
limits set Saturday or the games
will be forfeited.

varied events and activities in
mind for the members.
Tentatively scheduled for the
coming weeks is a splash party at
the Women's Pool, where the coeds
can learn games to be played in
the water, such as aquatic versions
of "tag" or "hide-and-seek."
Bike-hikes to the Island and to
a Hostel outside Ann Arbor have
also been scheduled. The coeds will
plan their own menus, buy their
food together and cook it there.
Picnic Cookery
Picnic cookery will be attempted
at these outings by the coeds.
Usual methods of cooking the
food, such as tin-foil cooking, non-
utensil cookery and reflection
cooking,\will also be on the agenda.
Working with items from the
natural surroundings, such as
acorns, leaves, bark, wood, clay
and twigs, Miss Sayles mentioned
that she has planned "several
demonstrations in handicraft."
Among those which may be tried
out are the making of pins, book-
ends, book covers, belts and sta-
Camper Problems
Problems of the campers, such
as home-sickness, the overly-de-
pendent child, shy or withdrawn
campers and getting the young
ones to bed on time, willalso be
brought up in discussions of camp
Miss Sayles has also tentatively
planned to have speakers, such as
professors from the psychology or
sociology departments, visit the
club to present other ideas on sub-
jects of interest to club members.
Miss Sayles stressed the fact
that club members do not neces-
sarily need to have previous camp
counseling experience, but only a
desire to learn more about the
subject, while having fun in the
The club is sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association.



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SENATE-There will be a Wom-
en's Senate meeting at 4 p.m. to-
day in the Henderson Room of the
* * *
ASSEMBLY - Assembly Board
and the Assembly Ball Central
Committee will meet at 4:30 p.m.
today in the Kalamazoo Room of
the League.
* * *
BURO-CAT - There will be a
meeting of the Buro-Cat reception
committee at 5 p.m. today in the
League. The room will be posted.
* * *
Athletic Managers will meet at
5:10 p.m. today in the Women's
Athletic Building.
* * *
MICHIGRAS-Members of the
Michigras Central Committee will
meet at 7 p.m. today in Conference
Room 2 of the League. Pictures
for the Ensian will be taken.
* * *
ASSEMBLY - Members of the
Assembly Ball Central Committee
will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
the main lobby of the League.
* *
be no League Council meeting to-
* * *
JR. MICHIFISH-Members of
the Junior Michifish will meet at
8:15 p.m. tomorrow in the Wom-
en's Pool.
* * *
be a meeting for all members of
Senior Society at 9 p.m. Monday.

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