FRIDAY, OCT019ER, 2$,1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOIiER 28, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE flV~
As students all over campus are
busily building Homecoming dis-
plays, the six judges are getting
ready for their part in the func-
Two faculty judges, three stu-
dent judges and Miss America of
1955 will board two labeled cars
at 9 a.m. tomorrow to follow their
The route will not be announced
this year, as the Homecoming dis-
play committee wishes all houses
to be prepared all day. For this
reason all residences should have
displays up before 9 a.m.
The judges for this year's dis-
plays include Todd Lief, president
of the Union; Hazel Frank, presi-
dent of the League; Jack Garbutt,
instructor in the Architecture
School; Prof, Marvin Eisenberg of
k. the fine arts department; John
Bingley, Assistant to the Dean of
Men and Lee Ann Meriwether,
Miss America of 1955.
The judges awarding the new
Assembly trophy in the indepen-
dent house's division, will include1
Mrs. Francis Shiel, Manager of
Service Enterprises; Miss Eliza-1
beth Leslie, Assistant Dean of
Women; Tom Bleha, IHC presi-1
On the juje
By ESTHER MARGOLIS
Halloween and Homecoming coincide this year and fraternities,
sororities, and residence halls have based their weekend activities on
the merry-making themes.
Ghosts and goblins will be making the rounds tomorrow night
at various house parties. They will first visit the Alpha Epsilon Pi
"Spook" party to be held tomorrow night. They will then fly to
the Delta Upsilon house for the DU's "Witches Dance" featuring
the music of Bob Feudue.
The Phi Alpha Kappa house is next in line for the weekend
haunt. Red Johnson and his Band will be present to add a musical
theme to the jack-o-lantern setting.
The broomstick-flying witches will also be attending parties at
the Society of Les Voyageurs, Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Nu, Trigon,
Alpha Sigma Phi and Phi Chi houses tomorrow night.
After stopping over for the night, the seasonal spooks will be
supervising a Halloween hayride to be given by the Theta Chi's
Sunday afternoon, with the Chi Omega's as guests.
Post-game open houses will also be a social event of the weekend.
Sigma Delta Tau, Alice Lloyd Hall, Alpha Phi, Wenley House, Wil-
liams House, Couzens Hall, Lloyd House, Alpha Tau Omega and Tau
Kappa Epsilon are among the houses that will be entertaining.
Triangle is deviating from the popular scheme tomorrow night by
featuring a Riverboat Party.
Homecoming dances are being held at the Psi Omega, Chi Phi,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi
Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Sigma Phi, Tau
Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Delta Phi, Chi
Psi, Pi Lambda Phi, Theta Xi, Zeta Psi, Alpha Chi Sigma and Nu
Sigma Nu houses.
Tau Delta Phi is featuring a "Help Build A Display" party to-
night to finish off their Homecoming design.
Coeds attending the Theta Delta Chi house tomorrow night will
be going semi-formal, and will dance to the music of Dan Jordan
Alumni will be honored at the buffet dinners planned by the Alpha
Kappa Psi's, Alpha Omega's and Lambda Chi Alpha's tomorrow
Acacia, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Kappa
Psi will be holding record dances at their houses tomorrow night.
"STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING"
dent; Jeanette Grimm, president
of Assembly, and Betsy Alexander.
Highlighting the weekend will
be the annual Homecoming Dance,
which this year will feature a
theme of "Showboat." The dance
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tomorrow at the IM Building.
As couples enter the IM Build-
ing, they will walk up the gang-
plank of a Mississippi River Show-
boat, on the deck of which will be
the Billy May Orchestra. The
boat, in honor of the football
teams, will be appropriately en-
titled the USS Michigan and the'
The dance committee is also
planning to present a special in-
termission time program which
will feature such groups as the
John Kline Quartet.0
Tickets will be on sale until
noon tomorrow at the Administra-
tion Building, the Diagonal, Union,
and other spots on campus. They
will also be sold at the door. .
To Be Held
Women To Participate
In Competitive Meets
After competing in two prelimi-
nary swimming meets, coeds who
will swim in the final residence
hall meet, to be held at 8 p.m.
Thursday in the women's pool,
have been announced.
In their order of point place-
ment, students who will compete
in the diving finals are Karen
Kanekeberg, Jordan Hall; Cyn-
thia Camp, Couzens Hall; Shirley
Eckwall, Newberry; Alice Basford,
Alice Lloyd Hall; Grace Moore,
Couzens Hall and Judy Reynolds,
Gamma Phi Beta.
In the 25 yard breast stroke,
finalists will be Miss Eckwall, New-
berry; Pat Dow, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Betty Alexander, indepen-
dent; Sue Brown, Pi Beta Phi;
Ellen Lauppe, Gamma Phi Beta
and Sara Aument, Newberry.
A winning time of 17 seconds
was set for the 25 yard back stroke
by Linda Miller, Kappa Alpha
Theta. Other finalists will be
Sandy Scheele, Martha Cook; Bar-
bara Coates, Newberry; Elizabeth
Ward, Alpha Chi Omega; Miss
Reynolds, Gamma Phi Beta and
Jan Northway, Kappa Kappa
The 25 yard free style finalists
will be Betsy Alexander, indepen-
dent; Linda Johanning, Martha
Cook; Laura Smith, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Miss Miller, Kappa Alpha
Theta and Pat Barnes, Prescott
House with Peggy Zuelch, Kappa
Kappa Gamma and Barbara Glea-
son, Martha Cook in a sixth place
In the 75 yard individual medley
competing coeds will be Joan Co-
yell, Alpha Epsilon Iota; Janett
Roberts, Alice Lloyd; Lucille Tim-
mony, Cheever House; Miss Tink-
ham, Delta Gamma; Judy Mc-
Knight, Pi Beta Phi and Jean
In the 75 yard medley relay
finalists will be coeds from Kappa
Alpha Theta, Martha Cook, Helen
Newberry, Gamma Phi Beta, Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma and Collegiate
Competing in the 50 yard breast
stroke will be Miss Dow, Kappa
Alpha Theta; Miss Covell, Alpha
Epsilon Iota; Miss Lauppe, Gamma
Phi Beta; Janice Tinkham, Delta
Gamma, Sue Brown, Pi Beta Phi
and Mary Gronberg, Kappa Alpha
Betsy Alexander, independent,
led in the 50 yard free style with
a time of 31.7 seconds over other
finalists Miss Timmony, Cheever
House, Miss Northway, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Miss Ward, Alpha
Chi Omega, Miss Roberts, Alice
Lloyd and Miss Zuelch, Kappa
Back stroke finalists will be Miss
Covell, Alpha Epsilon Iota; Miss
Timmony, Cheever; Sandy Scheele,
Martha Cook; Robin Piatt, Collegi-
ate Sorosis and Barbara Coates,
Newberry with Miss Roberts, Alice
Lloyd and Nancy Thompson, Kap-
pa Alpha Theta in a sixth place
Coeds of Martha Cook, Couzens
Hall, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Betsy
Barbour, Collegiate Sorosis and
Delta Gamma will compete in the
100 yard free style relay.
PLEDGE BANDS TUNE UP FOR MUD BOWL
SAEPhi Delta Theta.
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By JANIE FOWLER
St. Bernards To Compete in Race
Why do more college
men and women smoke
than any other
By PAT NORTON
May the best man or in this
race, the best dog win!
The second annual St. Bernard
Chariot Race, between Delta Up-
silon's Brandy I and Brandy II and
Major, the Lambda Chi Alpha's
dog will be held at 11 a.m. Satur-
Beginning at the University seal
on the Diagonal, the race will ex-
tend to State.
Dorothy Allaben, as representa-
tive of Pi Beta Phi's support for
Lambda Chi, will assist Major and
any of his pre-race needs and will
lead him to the starting line.
Tri-Delts To Help Brandy I
Delta Delta Delta will show their
support for DU by having Carolyn
Ulrich lead Brandy I to his start-
This year there will be a new
participant in the race, Brandy II,
Delta Upsilon's newest addition.
Beverly Scales of Delta Delta Delta
will look after the needs of the
Dave Cobb will act as the master
of ceremonies for the pre-race
entertainment. He will interview
the presidents of all the houses on
campus, then he will interview
President and Mrs. Harlan H.
Hatchers To Start Race
After being interviewed, Presi-
dent and Mrs. Hatcher will offici-
ally start the race.
Judges for this event will be
Dick Buck, an alumni of Delta
Upsilon and Monte Marshall, an
alumni from Lambda Chi Alpha.
The chariots made of wood and
bicycle wheels will be two and
one half feet high and two feet
The winning dog will receive a
wooden keg similar to those seen
around the necks of St. Bernards.
Last year Lambda Chi's Major
was the victor. He won the race
by three lengths with the official
time of 55 seconds.
The DU's got Brandy about
seven years ago when one of the
members, on a trip to Canada,
sent him to the house as a pres-
ent. Brandy II was acquired by
John Barrows, a DU member, late
Major, whose official title is
Major Von Schwartzhold the
Fourth, became a member in good
standing of the Lambda Chi house
about three years ago after the
death of their third St. Bernard.
Events Around Campus
SOPH SCANDALS-There will
be an Ushers Committee meeting
at 3 p.m. today in the League
and a Stage Crew meeting at 10
* * * ~
FORTNITE - Tryouts will be
held from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the
League for the position of Mis-
tress of Ceremonies for Fortnite.
ASSEMBLY-Assembly new dor-
mitory planning committee will
meet at 4 p.m. today at the Un-
dergraduate office of the League.
Members will tour the Couzens
Hall addition and the new dorm
site. The Ensian picture will also
FIELD HOCKEY CLUB-Mem-
bers of the Field Hockey Club
will compete with students from
Michigan State University in a
game at 4:30 p.m. today. Mem-
bers of the food committee are
requested to come early.
* * *
OPEN HOUSE-Alpha Omicron
Pi will hold an after-game open
house and traditional buffet sup-
per tomorrow, to, welcome their
friends and alumnae.
* * *
GREEK WEEK-Petitioning for
Greek Week positions is now open
and will continue through Tues-
day for women and until Tuesday,
Nov. 8, for men. Women may ob-
tain petitions at the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League while
men are asked to write out their
own petitions including campus ex-
perience, ideas, grade point aver-
age and fraternity.
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