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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19,190

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FNS

TiJESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE PlY!

Showboat Motif To Be Featured
7At. Annual Homecoming Dance

IFC Announces Names of 545 New Fraternity Pledges

Highlighting the 58th presenta-
tion. of Homecoming festivities at
the University, the annual Home-
coming dance, featuring a "show-
boat" theme, will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
IM Building with the music of
Billy May and his orchestra.
Old records indicate that Home-
coming began as far back as 1897,
when the alumni came back to
campus to play the varsity foot-
ball team. Beyond these facts, the
why and wherefore of the event is
a mystery.
Alumni Association officials have
expressed the belief that IFC had
something to do with* its begin-I
ning. As an old issue of The Daily
concurred, the IFC formally es-
tablished the weekend in 1933.
Affiliates Returned
The IFC office believes that
Homecoming may have grown out
of Founders Day, when old grad
affiliates came back to campus
en masse to honor the founders of
their fraternities.
Files of the Michigan Historical
Collection also failed to yield any
further information.
One explanation remains. Old
newspapers reveal the fact that
University alumni flocked back to
campus for the Union anniversary
dinners which were held each fall.
This, and the freshman-sopho-
more football games and rallies,
could have gradually combined
and come to be the Homecoming
observance as it is today.
Dance Originated
The dance itself originated dur-
ing the forties. Previous t6 this
ADC T oGive
New Trophy,
Assembly Association has an-
nounced that a trophy is to be
presented to the independent
women's house having the best
Homecoming display. Judging will
be done on the basis of originality
and workmanship.
The Judges will include Elsie
Fuller, assistant dean of women,
James Lewis, vice-president in
charge of student affairs, Tom
Bleha, president of Inter-House
Council, Jeanette Grimm, presi-
dent of Assembly Association and
one! girl to be chosen from the
off-campus housing group.
This is the first time a separate
Homecoming trophy has ever been
presented to the independent
women. In previous years there
was only one trophy for both men
and women, which was presented
to the winning independent house.
ADC had felt that the competi-
tion between men's and women's
residence halls worked generally
to the disadvantage of the women..

(Continued from Page 2)
0. Mason, '57; James E. Meyers,
'59; Robert W. Plaskett, '58; Ted
J. Fletcher, '59; Donald F. Revese,
'59.
Stanley L. Rosenquist, '59; Otto
W. Schunter, '58; Bruce W. Sho-
quist, '59; James A. Stempson, '59;
Ronald G. Tom, '59.
KAPPA ALPHA PSI: James E.
Pace, '57; Milton Robinson, '57.
KAPPA SIGMA: Karl A. Berg,
'58; Lawrence S. Doane, '58; John
C. Fraser, '59; Richard B. Maslyn,
'58; Terry D. McDonald, '59; Bruce
D. McRitchie, '59; T. Dean Palmer,
'58.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Harold
G: Bay, '59; Thomas L. Capus, '59;
Michael J. Cherry, '59; Richard B.
Copeland, '59; Gerald L. Dangl,
'57Ed.; William M. Guinness, '59;
David R. Hedrich, '58NR; James
V. Knowlton, '59; Dale R. McGin-
ley, '59E; Gerald M. Merrett, '59;
Paul S. Newcomb, '58NR.
Thomas G. Nicholls, '59; Charles
F. Schrader, '58A&D; Charles A.
Stevens, '59; Gary R. Sprague,
'58E; Don L. Truex, '59E; William
D. VandenBosch, '59; James H.
Wells, '59E.
PHI DELTA THETA: Edward S.
Allen III, '59E; John J. Asbeck,
'59; Harry S. Barrett, '57; James
G. Blashill, '59; Basil G. Dandison,
'59; William E. Dove, '59; Richard
B. Dunlap, '59; John M. Hogen,
'58; Ralph G. Hubbard, '59; Rob-
ert L. Justice, '59; Nicholas A.
Mans, '58; David W. Maxwell,
'58E; Richard W. Morford, '59;
Peter A. Patterson, '59E.
Arvin I. Philippart III, '59; Rob-
ert W. Pitts, '57; James E. Pryce,
'59; John L. Sayles, '56; Tom C.
Shearer, '59; Anthony R. Weiler,
'59.
PHI EPSILON PI: Stewart Aron,
'58; Richard Bailin, '57; Richard
H. Blond, '59; Marvin H. Burke,
'58; Laurence S. Forman, '58E;
Melvyn Goldstein, '59; Stephen
E. Kabak, '59; Roland I. King,
'57BAd.; Peter Levinson, '58; Rus-
sell Rayman, '58.
Ian K. Rosen, '59; Stuart A.
Seigal, '59; Lawrence R. Walders,
'57; Harvey I. Wax, '58; David M.
Wishnik, '59; Sandford R. Wolf,
'58; Joel P. Zuger, '59.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: David M.
Haller, '59; 'James T. Kent, '58;
Edgar F. LaMance Jr., '59SM; Jer-
ry L. Lawrence, '59SM; Richard V.
McCracken, '57; Walter K. Scher-

-Daily-Sam Ching
GETTING IN THE MOOD-Formulating last minute plans for
"Showboat" are Ron Shorr, Jim Blum, Gwynne Finkleman, George
Henrich, and Sue Rutledge, members of the Homecoming central
committee. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow at the Administration
Building.

er Jr., '59; Larry P. Shefferly, '59;
James Stephen Jr., '59.
PHI KAPPA PSI: John A. And-
erson, '59: Russell T. Costello Jr.,
'59; William T. Fritts, '59; Daniel
R. Hogg, '59; Nicholas J. Karagen,
'58; Robert R. Radell, '58; John
P. States, '59; Charles J. Thomas,
'59.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: Donald R.
Pethick, '59E.
PHI KAPPA TAU: Donald R.
Aldridge, '59; Roy T. Baril, '57;
Norman D. Beauchamp, '58; Geo-
rge A. Briggs, '59; Robert T. Bru-
ton, '59; William K. Burton, '59;
Robert J. Curris, '59; , Allen B.
Dangremond, '59; John H. Ipson,
'58.
- Robert E. James, '59: Timothy
G. Kraft, '59; Richard P. La-
Bonte, '58; Charles W. Lutz, '59;
Frederick S. Murley, '56; Robert
C. Richter. '59.
PHISIGMA DELTA: Robert
Binkow, '59; Gerald Fogel, '59;
Melvin E. Foster, '59; Sheldon
Glass, '59; Donald Glassberg, '59;
David Hefter, '59; Jay A. Key-
stone, '59; iVichael Klotz, '58E;
Stanley Kostman, '58E; Burton G.
Lipsky, '59; Gerald Poticha, '59;
Richard A. Prince, '59; Richard
Schwartz, '59; Joel Sussman, '58;
Jerrold Winski, '59.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Robert C.
Corthell, '59; Joseph C. Decker,
'58Ph; Richard D. Harding, '59;
Henry H. Newlin, '58; Charles B.
Sojack, '59; Richard D. Wentzel,
'59E.
PI LAMBDA PHI: Marvin M.
Brode, '59; Fred E. Charm, '59;
Leonard I. Charney, '59A&D;
David J. Cooper, '57; Maynard
Goldman, '59; Robert I. Klein-
berg, '58; Gordon D. Lepides, '59;
Melvyn I. Levine, '59; Bruce E.,
Miller '58; Donald Shalan, '58;
Aaron Sheon, '59E; Richard P.
Whitehill, '59; Daniel H. Wolff,
'59; and Stanley R. Zax, '58.
PSI UPSILON: William P. Bren-
nan, '57BAd; Stuart C. Buchanan,
'59; Dana K. Denault, '59; John T.
Dierdoff, '59; Michael B. Doelle,
'57; Jerome J. Donnelly, '58; John
E. Erickson, '59E; James A.
Knapp, '59E; John M. Neff, '59;
Russell D. Scribner, '59; John A.
Slagle, '59; Sweetman R. Smith,
'59; David C. Symons, '58E; and
Warren W. Taylor, '58.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Joel
S. Baird, '59; Robert P. Bamford,
'59; Richard J. Behm, '59; Jack
T. Brooks, '59; Michael A. Burke,
'59; Joseph W. Chanberlain, '59;
Donald J. Denton, '59; James A.
Dickey, '58; Scott A. Florence, '59;
William 0. Grierson, '58; William
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T. Herndon, '59E; Anthony W. I'
Hoffman, '58: Robert F. Kellstormt
'58E; Frederick L. Krueger, '58;I
James C. McKenna, '59.
Craig B. Morris, '59; William K.I
Niemann, '59; Vance R. Norene,'
'57BAd.; Alan G. Pake, '58; Mich-
ael P. Parkis, '58; Alton W. Ray,I
'59; Richard L. Roe, '58; William'
G. Scutt, '59E; Mackie D. Schill-
ing, '59; James R. Street, '59; andI
Miles A. Townsend, '58E.
SIGMA ALPHA MU: MichaelI
Adell, '59; Robert F. Arnove, '59;'
Roger Baron, '59; Seth H. Barsky,
'58; Noel Gage, '59; Daniel Gold-
smith, '59 ;Jerold R. Graff, '59;f
Richard Herron, '59: Gary Kaplan,l
'59A&D;, Stephen E. Lazarus, '59;1
David P. Lewis, '59.
Jordon D. Lewis, '59; Jeffrey,
Meyers, '59; James Millen, '59;1
James N. Richman, '59; Louis M.I
Stern, '59; Robert L. Van Gelder,'
'59; Irwin Wagner, '59; and Fred
Wertheimer, '59.
SIGMA CHI: Miles M. Bene-
dict, '59; John G. Bergman, '58;1
Scott G. Chrysler, '59E; James E.,
Clark, '57Ed; Steve D. Drake, '59;J
Bert A. Getz, '59E; James P. Gray,'
'59A&D; John M. Hart, '59; Rob-
ert D. Laney, '59NR; George C.
Lee, '59; Frank R. Lovell, Jr.
Gerald P. Marciniak, '59; Mich-
ael B. Maxian, '59; James D. Mc-,
Coll, '59E; H. Roger Netzer, '59;
George P. Page, '59E; Robert B.
Powell, '60A&D; James M. Rob-
erts, '59 Joseph H. Schwarz, '59;
David R. Smith, '59; Glenn R.
Stevens, '59; and'Glen A. Young,
'59E.
SIGMA NU: Zacharia J. Athan-
as, '59; James O. Baxter, '58E;
John H. Bosma, '58E; Richard L.
Cowles, '58 David F. Gerarduzzi,
'58E; Conrad W. Kreger, '59; John
W. Larson, '58; William B. Mask-
rey, '59; Fredrick H. Miller. '59.
Norman L. Miller, '57; Charles
E. Pfizer, '59Ph; Harrison T. Plum,
'57BAd; Kenneth B. Porter, '58
A&D; Colin R. Reed, '59; Claude
D. Robinson, '58E; Ernest K.
Wallien, '57.
SIGMA PHI: Richard K. Bar-
ton, '59E; George R. Bell, '59E;
Peter A. Cartwright, '59; Nicholas
L. Christopher, '59; Samuel S.
Corl, '59A&D; Arthur G. Farley,
'59E; Frederic C. Greiling, '59;
Thomas Holbrook, '59E; William
J. Lawrence, '59.
Robert J. Lewis, '58; Edmund
G. Lowrie, '59; Francis Buttrick
MacMillan, '59; Richard J. Osius,
'59; Phillip K. Settle, '59; and,
Ralph L. Waehner, '58E.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Thom-
as C. Ainslie, '58; Thomas G. Allen,

'59E; Walter D. Anderson, '58;
Caleb S. Atwood, '58; George R.'
Berquist, '58; Edward P. Borden,
'59; James D. Budd, '60A&D;
Roger D. Burau, '59; Paul W. Day,
'58; Edward F. Draves, '59. 1
Peter S. Eckland, '59; Richard
B. Gladson, '59E; Alf F. Kolflat,
'60A&D; Douglas G. Lewis, '59;
William T. Myers, '58E; James C.
Park, '59; Gary R. Schoettley, '60
A&D; Robert R. Smith, '59; Ron-
nie R. Sumner, '59; Charles Toot,
'58E; James H. Whicker, '59E;
Warren J. Windisch, '59.
TAU DELTA PHI: David J. Ab-
els, '59; Michael I. Bernstein, '59;
Norman Binner, '59; Sanford
Brockman, '59; Richard P. Car-
son, '59; Simon F. Coleman, '59;
Arnold I. Esterman, '59; Michael
R. Flyer, '59A&D; Michael A.
Freidman, '59; Richard L. Gould,
'60A&D.
Bruce H. Hoffman, '59 Sher-
man J. Keller, '59; Meyer Klein,
'59; Louis I. Kolb, '59; Bernard
Lewis, '59; Jeff E. Mandel, '59;
Joel B. Miller, '59; Kenneth L.
Peyser, '59E; Leslie I. Robinson,
'58; Richard J. Roslow, '59; Steph-
en A. Topol, '59.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Robert
H. Baylis, '59E; Bruce E. Clemenz,
'58E; Joseph H. Conn, '59E; Carl
J. Dila, '58; Richard W. Dow, '58;
Steve D. Dow, '56; Lee E. Fitz-
hugh, '59NR; Knute C. Hansen,
'57E; Aftab Husain, '56E; Roger
E. King, '57; Edward B. Richter,
'59A&D; Peter L. Sharkey, '59;
Chester J. Skonieczy, '59; Gerald
H. Wolkon, '59E; and Loyal S.
Watterworth, '57.
THETA CHI: Kenneth L. Baker,
'59; James L. Beck, '59; Saterios
S. Dallas, '59E; Maurice S. Dean,
'57E; Clark DeJonge,.'59E; Edward

E. Freeman, '59; Philip C. Gugel,
'59; John L. Hitchcock, '58.
Charles H. Jehle, '56Ad; Charles
C. Kass, '59; George D. Miller, '59;
John L. Sellstrom, '57; Philip D.
Silverman, '58E; Rodger N. Sjo-
lund, '59; Morton S. Sogaard, '58E;
Donald M. Striker, '59; and John
H. Wargelin, '58A&D.
THETA DELTA CHI: Charles
B. Arnold, '59E; Gene E. Bolles,
'59E; Emory A. Griffin, '59; How-
ard B. Gurney, '57; Frederic M.
Hindley, '57; John W. Langs, '59;
John J. Laverty, '58; Chester F.
Lehmann, '57; Ernest M. LeMas-
ter, '59; Frederick B. Parker, '59;
Henry D. Soet, '57.
THETA XI: Donald R. Brown,
'59E; David L. Busch; Thomas W.
Cullaghan, '59; Paul Curlsen, '59E;
Lawrence V. Morton, '58; Lawrence
H. Murray; and Arnold Proehl,
'59E.
TRIANGLE: James P. Shedlow-
sky, '58E; Frank Zimmerman,
'59E.
TRIGON: James A. Pitzslm-
mons, '59E; and Gordon G. Cos-
by, '59E.
ZETA BETA TAU: Leslie Z.
Benet, 59P; Gilbert M. Berger, '59;
Bernard D. Brooks, '59E; Robert
L. Gohodes, '59; Steven P. Davis,
'59; Gordon L. Engler, '58; David
S. Freedberg, '59; Jeffery E. Kanne,
'59; Jerome F. Katzman, '59; Ar-
nold L. Nedelman, '59; Michael
Rolfe, '59; Michael L. Rubin, '59;
Barry A. Shapiro, '59; and Louis
B. Susman, '59.
ZETA PSI: John C. Kleis, '59;
Jack T. Landin, '59E; John Light-
foot, '59; John G. Magnuson, '59;
John M. Meade, '59; Richard W.
Moore, '59; Stewart L. Randall,
'59; Richard R. Silbar, '59E; and
Andrew Teilman, '57E.

time the houses on campus held
their own individual dances:
There is no accurate data con-
cerning the original Homecoming
displays.
Records show that trophies were
awarded for Homecoming displays
for the first time in 1932. These
trophies were silver cups donated
by local merchants.
Women Enter
Women had no part in the con-
test until 1937, when IFC chal-
lenged sororities to compete with
them. This was again abandoned
during the second world war.
During the years, many themes
and bands have been featured. In
1953, the band of Claude Thorn-
hill played for the "Black Cat
Ball," while in 1954 the Wolver-
ines played host to Minnesota
and accordingly used the theme
of "Little Brown Jug," dancing to
the music of Alumnus Bill Gail
and his band.
This year committee members
are presenting Billy May, record-
ing star for Capitol records. He is
noted for the "slurping saxes" of
his orchestra, and his "fresh ap-
proach" to music. A feature of
this year's Homecoming dance will
be the fact that the band will play
atop a huge showboat.
There will be a special intermis-
sion show which will feature a
quartet headed by John Kline.
The weekend will include dis-
plays at fraterpity, sorority, inde-
pendent and league houses. Judges

will award prizes which will be!
announced at the football game
and awarded at the dance.
Favors will be given at the
dance which will be kept a secret
until the night of the dance.
Iowans Expected
General chairmen George Hen-
rich and Gwynne Finkleman ex-
press hopes that all University
students will come to the Home-
coming dance and represent their
team adequately. A full turnout
from Iowa fans attending the
game on Saturday is expected.
Other chairmen include Ron
Shorr, in charge of publicity,
Joanne Marsh who will take care
of program and patrons, Jim Blum
who arranged for the band, and
Bobbi Rubin and Dick Spindle,
display chairmen.
Steve Shlanta is the building
and grounds chairman, while Jim
Myers is in charge of tickets.
Decorations for the IM Building
will be handled by co-chairmen
Sue Rutledge and Mike Eisman.
Ruth Plaut is general secretary:
Tickets are scheduled to go on
sale Wednesday at the Adminis-
tration Building, and will be sold
up until the dance and at the
door.

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Junior

I FC Plans

Shakespeare.

Goes

Modern'

Chosen

as Fortnite Theme

Presenting Fortnite, their an-
nual skit night, independent wom-
en will transform the League ball-
room into a theatre-in-the-round
on Thursday, Nov. 17.
"Shakespeare Goes Modern,"
chosen at the name of this year's
Fortnite, will include skits carry-
ing out the theme and the presen-
tation of awards.
The house winning first prize
will receive a trophy while plaques
EDUCATION COUNCIL
Education School Council has
announced the following ap-
pointments: Walter Ransom,
special projects chairman; Del-
* phine Walgenbach, public re-
lations chairman; Patricia
Drake, Mary Witham, Connie
Butler and Marilyn Smith,
members at large; Faye John-
son and Audrey Katz, members
of the publicity committee; and
Helen Mendelson and Donald
Taylor, members of the social
committee.

will be presented to the second and
third place winners. Judging will
be based on originality, effective-
ness of presentation, clarity, and
audience response.
A cup will be awarded to the
house which attained the highest
scholastic average last year, and
house presidents will receive their
pins.
Judy Abrahamson is heading the
central committee, award chair-
man is Carol Kritt, assisted by
Linda Smith. Heading the pub-
licity committee is Fronda Ken-
nedy who is assisted by Lois Cow-
ell; Marion Wright, helped by
Babette Steinhardt, takes charge
of the skits. In charge of the
program is Lou Ann Carmichael.
The central committee is urg-
ing ° all independent women's
houses .to take part in the event.
All independent women are elig-
ible.
Hobbs House won first place last
year with their skit, "A Bunch of
Ban'anas and A Bottle of Gin."

Fall ConvocatiQn
For New Pledges'
With the purpose of orientating
new pledges into the fraternity
system, the Junior Interfraternity
Council has scheduled its fall
pledge convocation for 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union ballroom.
"We hope to better acquaint
new pledges with their general re-
sponsibility to the University as
well as introduce them to each
other and to Junior IFC and its
parent organization, IFC," Stew-
art Gordon, president of the jun-
ior group remarked.
Gordon will start the program,
introducing the speakers for the
evening. Vice-president in charge
of student affairs James A. Lew-
is will be the main speaker. John
Baity, former president of IFC,
Bill Zerman, Assistant to the Dean
of Men, Bob Weinbaum, president
of IFC and Molly Dwan, president
of Junior Panhellenic Association
will also address the group.
Kappa' Kappa Gamma sorority,
winners of last spring's Lantern
Night sing will be on hand to pro-
vide entertainment.
Gordon urged all pledges to at-
tend, saying that "the program
will be of the greatest interest and
value to a pledge of one of the
strongest fraternity systems in
the nation."

SOPH SCANDALS-Tryouts for
the Soph Scandals floorshow will
be held from 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to
10 p.m. today at the League. There
will also be a Soph Scandals cos-
.tume committee meeting at 5:05
p.m. today.
* * *
JGP--There will be a meeting of
the JGP central committee at 7
p.m. today in the League.
RIFLE CLUB - The women's
Rifle club will meet at 7 p.m. to-
day in the Women's Athletic
Building, and not as previously
scheduled.
* * *
MICHIGRAS-A mass meeting
of all students interested in work-
ing on the central committee for
Michigras will be held at 7:30 p.
m. today in the Union. Freshmen
are not eligible to be on the com-
mittee.
* * *
BRIDGE LESSONS - Bridge
lessons will be given from 7:30 to
9 p.m. today in the League. Stu-
dents may sign up for the remain-
ing seven weeks at the Under-
graduate Office or at the lessons
tonight.

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It was the heyday of Yost and Heston when Michigan
played Buffalo in 1901. Before the game a student ap-
proached Yost and informed him that the Buffalo coach
had wagered twenty dollars that Michigan wouldn't
score.
"What have I to do with that?" Yost inquired.
The boy replied, "It's my twenty the coach will win if
we don't score."

Michigan won the game, 128-0.
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a narrower fold.
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of smooth polished
calf with a snap
closing and zippered
interior. A casual bag,
golden cornered,
tailleured and
stitched to perfect
your slim silhouette.

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