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Women Prepare Soph Scandals

League, Union To Hold
Yuletide Open House


Sophomore coeds are making
final preparations for the weekend
of dancing and variety shows to
be presented today and tomorrow
at the League.
Two original performances will
highlight the entertainment for
each evening. "Westcapadia," the
first show, tells of a ghost town
which has the capacity of coming
to life.P
"Westward Ha" will recount the
adventures of Miss Primm's camp
for girls on their escapades in the
western desert. Original music and
scripts will highlight the two
Western Decorations
Decorations will be in keeping
with the themes of the shows. The
corridor of the second floor of the
League will feature western stand-
ups depicting the wild west. f
The ballroom will feature a
western scene in silhouette. Color-I
ed cactus, rocks, cattle skulls and
wagon wheels will present a con-
trast with the lifesize silhouette
of a horse and rider.
The Michigan Room will be con-
verted into a typical western
"saloon" with swinging doors, rou-
lette wheels and decorative dice.
Two Bands
Couples will dance to the music
of Paul Brodie and his band in
the Main Ballroom, and to the
square dance music of Jack Redd
in the Vandenburg Room.
Both variety shows, "Westca-
padia," and "Westward Ha," will
be presented in the Hussy Room.
Tickets are now on sale in the
League Round-up Room, in Mason
Hall and on the diagonal.n
'Crazy Cactus' Game
Various prizes will be given toc
guests at the "Crazy Cactus"
chance game, a feature attractionv
of the weekend.
Bridge enthusiasts will competeF
in an all campus duplicate bridger
tournament which will begin at 8s
p.m. each night.
Sophomore art students will acta
as caricaturists for both evenings.
In addition to portrait drawing,
there will be a photographer pres-
ent both nights.
Asian Nighta
To Feature a
Art, Music
The music, dancing and poetry
of Asia will give spectators ac
glimpse into the culture of that
focal point of today's world at an
"Asian Evening" to be held at 8
p.m. tonight at the InternationalI
Sponsored by the International
Students Association, this program
is first of a series, designed to de-l
velop world consciousness by sub-F
merging national feeling,.
Throughout the evening the art-
work and handicraft of the Asiant
countries will be on display in thec
Pakistanis Entertain
Commencing the entertainment,
Abu Jamal Nazhar Hassen of Paki-t
stan will do a caricature, while
several other Pakistani students1
sing classical songs.
Leilla Padilla of the Philippines
will follow with a piano selection.t
Moving to Thailand, Samonsri
Bunnag and Phuchong Bhrensril
will perform a traditional Siamese
Representing India, Buddhaf
Govindaraj will read translations
from Bharathi, a national poet.
Wallan Chari will perform on the
Korean Folk Stories
Korean Folk stories will be read
in English by Hannah Surh. Fol-
lowing the singing of several folk
songs by Korean students, Maung
Mya Maung of Burma will play a
guitar solo.
Hawaiian students will conclude

the formal part of the program
with "Aloha."
Social dancing will be offered
from 10 p.m. until midnight.

--Daily-Dick Gaskill
SOPH SCANDALS-Sophomore coeds put final touches on one of
the decorations which will appear in the annual Soph Scandals
production to be held today and tomorrow.
On [Le iiotje
Formals and dress suits will be the attire of many University
men and women this weekend as the campus pledge formal season
officially commences.
"Lullaby of Birdland," as interpreted by Johnny Harbert's combo,
will be the theme of the Kappa Delta winter formal tonight.
Kappa Sigma men and their dates will be migrating to the
Knights of Columbus Hall for their annual formal affair tomorrow
night. The Sigma Nu's will be going even "farther." They have
selected an Egyptian theme for the dinner dance which will be held
at their house.
To Honor Pledges
Zeta Beta Tau is taking the whole weekend to honor their
pledges. The Washtenaw Country Club will be the site of the formal
"Jankowian" dance tonight. Tomorrow evening, the ZBT house will
be slightly converted in order to host a Norwegian Ski Party.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's "Winter Wonderland" dance will be held
at the American Legion Hall tomorrow night.
Alpha Omicron Pi will be honoring their pledges at the Union
Terrace tonight, with couples dancing to the music of Bill Bottomly
and his band.
Blue and Silver'
The Farm Cupboard will host Alpha Gamma Delta's and their
dates at their "Blue and Silver" pledge formal.
The Zeta Psi's have invited members of their Western Ontario
chapter to attend their formal "Winter Wonderland."
Other formals' this weekend will center around a Christmas and
winter scheme. The houses following this plan are Beta Theta Pi,
Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Theta Chi and Alpha
'Gambling' Parties
Both Psi Omega and Trigon fraternities will be converting their
houses into gambling casinos for weekend fun, while the Tau Kappa
Epsilon house will become "haunted" for their informal dance to-
morrow night.
A "circus" costume party will be held at the Delta Chi house
tomorrow night in honor of the pledges. Delta Upsilon men and their
dates will be masquerading in a different way for their "Hoods Hide-
away" party.
Only seafaring persons will be accepted at the Sigma Chi house
tomorrow night, for their "Shipwreck" party.
A square dance atmosphere will prevail at the Phi Alpha Kappa
Trim Christmas Trees
Phi Rho Sigma and guests will be trimming a Christmas tree at
their affair tomorrow night.
Chi Omega will be having their "tree trimming" party Sunday
Little Club entertainment will be in the full swing again today
from 8 p.m. to midnight in the Union.

An annual open house in the.
form of a huge Christmas party is
being sponsored jointly by the1
League and Union from 2 to 4:30R
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11 at the League.
The League and Union have
planned a gala party for all the
residents of Ann Arbor, both
children and adults, Universityt
students, faculty, administration
and their families. No admission{
will be charged.
There will be something to at-
tract the attention of everyone,
Hazel Frank, League president ex-
Yuletide Contests
An important event of this year's
yuletide party will be a contest
between all the women's resi-
dences, -including dormitories,
sororities and League Houses and
the various men's residences-both
quadrangles and fraternities.
This is the first time this con-
test has been held.
Each women's housing unit will
submit a doll and each men's resi-
dence will construct a model air-
Dolls must be between 10 to 20
inches high. They may be pur-
chased if the individual houres
wish to do so. Each house is to
use its ingenuity in dressing the
Men's housing units may design
and build any style airplane they
would like, however, it cannot have
a motor.
Winners of each of these con-
tests will receive a trophy.
Members of the League and
Union are planning to convert
every possible niche of the League
into some focal point of interest.
Caroling and Dancing
Christmas caroling, and dancing
in the Main Ballroom of the
League will be part of the after-
noon's holiday entertainment.
Providing the music, will be!
Paul Brodie and his orchestra.
Other musical entertainment
for the yuletide event will be the
Psurfs, a group of 11 law students,
who won first prize at last year's
student variety show, Gulantics.
They will be singing Christmas
IFC Ball
Photographers wishing to
take pictures at IFC Ball Fri-
day, May 18th, and organiza-
tions desiring to handle the
refreshment concessions may
contact Fred Schatz at NO
3-3702 immediately.

For the adults there will be dis-
plays donated by foreign students
as well as displays of the dolls and
airplanes submitted by the men's
and women's residences
The League itself will be decked
out for the Christmas season. Out-
side will be a large gaily decorated
Christmas tree. There will be
another huge tree in the lobby also
decorated in the holiday tradition.
Basketball Club
Members of the WAA Bas-
ketball Club will hold a prac-
tice session at 4:15 p.m. today
in Barbour Gymnasium. All in-
terested students may attend,
whether a member of the group
or not.

(Continued from Page 4)
15, 1955. Blanks and information may
be obtained in the Graduate School
Offices, Rackham Building.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Dec.
2, 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Dr. Joseph
W. Chamberlain of the Yerkes Observa-
tory will speak on "Auroral Problems."
Placement Notices
The Following Schools have listed
vacancies for the Second Semester.
They will send no representatives to the
Bureau of Appointments for interviews
at this time.
Chester, Montana-Elementary (Grade
Copley, Michigan-Girls' Physical Ed.
Dearborn, Michigan--Spec. Ed. for
Mentally Retarded (elementary); Jr.
High Art (plus English or Mathematics

or Social Studies); Jr. High English-,
Social Studies; Jr. High Math.; High
vocal Music; Jr. High Physical Educa-
tion-Girls' (including swimming and
health); High School Commercial
(Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting).
Lawrence, Michigan-2nd Grade; 6th
Grade (prefer man).
Muskegon Heights, Michigan - 2nd
Grade; 4th Grade.
Plainwell, Michigan-Librarian.
Rochester, Michigan-Early Elem.; 5th
South San Francisco, California -
Kindergarten; Elementary; Girls' Physi-
cal Sd., High School; Special Education
(mentally retarded-primary level).
whittier, California-Early and Later
Van Dyke, Michigan-Early Elemen-
tary; Vocal Music Consultant.
Dearborn, Michigan, Township Schools
will have a representative at Bureau
of Appointments on Thurs., Dec. 8, to
interview teachers for Second Semester.
TeacherhNeeds: Kindergarten; 1st
Grade; 4th Grade; Girls' Physical Ed.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and
Welfare has announced an exam for the
position of U.S. Food and Drug In-
spector GS-5 to 08-7, open to mid-year

and June grads. Requsres a degree with
at least 30 semester hours of work in
physical, chemical, or biological scien-
ces, or in pharmacy.
Wayne County Civil Service, Wayne
Co., Mich., announces an exam fop the
class of Personnel Assistant.
State of Conn. Commission on Adult
Probation, Hartford, Conn., announces
an exam for Jr. Probation Officer open
to U.S. citizens, residents of Connecti-
cut, with education and experience in
social welfare, parole, teaching, law
enforcement. Applications due Dec.
14, 1955.
For further information contact the
Burea uof Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 371.
Those who wish to register with the
Bureau of Appointments for employ-
ment after graduation may pick up
registration material any time after
December 1. February graduates are
especially urged to do this, since it
will be the last chance they will have
to register before graduation.
Teaching certificate candidates are
reminded that they are required by the
School of Education to register with
the Bureau before they can receive
their certificates.
For material and further information
contact the Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 371.



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