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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, x.955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W'RIDAY, DECEMBER 9,1955 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

Students To Perform In Concert

Members of the University Bal-
let and Modern Dance Clubs will
present a joint winter concert at
8:30 p.m. Sunday in Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Theme of the first half of the
concert is "Thoughts and Moods
at Christmas."
With choregraphy arranged by
members of the group, their first
act will be Bach's "Wolcum," as
danced by Vivian Buggs, Emily
Gordan, Anne Hall, Louise Lask-
er, Frances Horn, Margaret Heiz-
mann, Barbara Trogran, Amy Mc-
Avity, Helen Sherman, Jim Wil-
liams and Jim Stasheff.
"Children" Next
Next on this section of the pro-
gram will be Copland's "Children
in Anticipation," with Mary Eck-
field, Miss Sherman, Ruth Spitale,
Ed Barrera, and Nancy Willard
dancing.
"Christmas I," by Debussy will
be interpreted into dancing by
Miss Eckfiel4, Jo Jesson, Miss
Heizmann, Barbara Newhouse and
Miss Trogran.
Stasheff and Williams will ap-
pear together in the next act,
"Winter Solstice."
Debussy's "Loneliness and a
Crowd" will set the themeofdthe
dance interpretations of Barbara
Roos; Miss Sherman, Miss Gordon
and Miss Hall.
"Bargain Special" t
A "Bargain Special" by Britten
will be featured in the next scene
on the agenda, danced by Bob
Beach, Miss Buggs, Judy Goldberg,
Buck Hahn, Bill Koontz and Lou-
ise Lasker.
E. Marlene Crawford, Sandy

1956 J-Hop
Reservations
Close Today
Musical Aggregations
Of Brown, Alexander
Will Appear At Event
Today is the last day that stu-
dents may secure reservations for"
the 1956 J-Hop.
Reservations will be available
from 1 to 5 p.m. today at the
Administration Building. The
dance presented annually by mem-
bers of the junior class will be held
this year from 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 10, at the Intra-Mural
Building.
Chuck Sharp, J--Hop ticket
chairman,,urges students to seure
their reservations today beca e
of the limited number of tickets
available, due to the capacity limits
of the I-M Building.
Pick Uip Tickets
Reservation holders will be able
to pick up their tickets on Thurs-
day and Friday, Jan. 5 and 6.
Two free tickets will be awarded
at a drawing of the names of those
who have made reservations. The
drawing has been scheduled to take
place on the diagonal sometime in
January.
Orchestras of Les Brown and
Tommy Alexander will share the
spotlight at this year J-Hop. The
two bands will alternate on the
bandstand, providing a continuous
evening of dancing for students
attending the event.
Brown's Aggregation
Brown's organization is com-
posed of four trumpets, four trom-
bones, five saxophones and a five
piece rhythm section. Vocal selec-
tions are rendered by song stylist
Jo Ann Greer.
His orchestra is best known for
its appearances on the Bob Hope
show, recordings and dance ar-
rangements throughout the coun-
try.
The Alexander band is a new
group headed by a young trom-
bonist who formerly played with
Billy May. His musicians look
back to the standards set by the
Goodmans and Dorseys of other
years.

RECORDS, CAROLING, GAMES:
'U' Religious Grc
Holiday spirit has caught up candle lightig
with the religious groups on cam- c:ndlp m.gting
pus this weekend, with most of 5:30 p.m. tonig
the forthcoming events planned Foundation.
around an annual Christmas party Christma
and caroling. The Roger Wi
Records and refreshments will Baptist students
be featured at the Yuletide party based on the C
to be held at the Father Richard and tree trimmi:
Center from 9 to 12 p.m. tonight their Christmas
by the Newman Club. Everyone this evening.
is invited to attend. Baha'i student
A Friday afternoon coffee bour the Saily Rug Co
will be followed by the Chanukah day evening for

pups Plan Christmas Activiti

ritual from 4 to
ht at the Hillel
s Games
lliams Guild for
s plans games
Christmas theme
ing as a part of
party at 8 p.m.
s will gather at
mpany on Satur-
a home party

CHARACTER DANCE-Beth Greene, manager of the Ballet
Club and Helena Szatukiewicz, practice for their act, a Russian
character dance. The dance joint concert will be presented at
8:30 p.m. Sunday in Barbour Gymnasium by the Modern Dance
and Ballet Clubs.

Bader, Norma Gottlieb, Chris
Knaggs, Miss Roos, Robbi Arnold,
Miss McAvity, and Miss Willard
will then present Handel's "Noel."
After a brief intermission, the
members of the WAA-sponsored
Ballet Club will take the spotlight
with their interpretations of "Le
Monde De Ballet."

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A transition act will be Bartok's
"Modern Point," danced by Karen
Noll, Dorothy Jensen, Alice Royer,
Miss Bader and Miss Gottlieb.
"Two Girls and A Guy," by'
Bernstein, will feature ballet
dancing to jazz music by Barrera,
Judy Dingman and Sue Jahanke.
Ballet to Poetry
Ballet to poetry will be featured,
as Emily Dickenson reads "Dear
March Come In," by Copland,
starring soloist Edith White.
Judy Barich, Elaine Grosso, Judy
Holmquist, Miss Lasker, Barbara
Sorcher and Diane Semanske will
dance a lyric ballet to "Waltz"
A change of pace will be found
as Beth Greene and Helena Szatu-
kiewicz dance a character ballet
to Chernov's "Russian Peasant
Dance."
Classical ballet of 1790 will be
danced to the music of Chopin by
Miss Bader, Miss Crawford, Miss
Gottlieb, Sally Coon, Pamela Ma-
goon and Mary Levitan.

By MARY BETH GODFROY
The last campus weekend of the year brings with it a flurry of
pledge formals and annual Christmas dances.
"Santa's workshop" will be the scene tonight of Alpha Delta Pi's
"Toyland'" pledge formal and mobiles of blue and red tinsel will greet
couples at Chi Omega's "Frozen Fantasy."
Pledge formal themes of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and
Sigma Phi Epsilon will be based on seasonal decorations, as will
Martha Cook's annual dance, "The Holly and the Ivy."
A "Sleigh Ride" will be in store for guests of the Lambda Chi
Alpha's while Sigma Kappa's and their dates go to "Frozen Fantasies."
'Circus' in the Winter
Phi Gamma Deltaeplans to deviate from the seasonal theme, with
a "Circus" pledge formal. A midway, house of cards, tunnel of love,
balloon-shaped animals, and a big top will carry out their idea.
The Washtenaw Country Club will house Phi Sigma Delta's "Fan-
tasy in Frost" this evening with th pledges honoring the actives
at a "Phi Sig in the Twenties" party Saturday evening.
Acacia members and their dates will be "Snowbound" at their
annual pledge formal while couples at the Phi Delta Epsilon party
will go skating at the Coliseum.
Dinner will be served Theta Xi men and their dates before the
Union Opera, Friday and Saturday a formal will be held in honor of
their pledges.
Themes Include Sports, Dickens
Sports will be the limelight at the Pi Lambda' Phi's "Basketball
Bounce," while Theta Delta Chi turns to the classics taking Dickens'
"The Christmas Carol" for a pledge formal theme.
Other pledge formals to be held this weekend include those of Alpha
Tau Omega, Chi Psi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Chi,
Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon, and
Tau KapatEpsiln.
Sigma Chi, TuDelta Phi, and Sigma Phi will also honor their
pledges this weekend. Other fraternities have scheduled annual
Christmas and winter formals for the entertainment of members and
their dates.

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Women's Residence Halls, League Houses, Sororities
To Celebrate Yuletide With Many Traditional Festivities

Christmas is celebrated with a
wide variety of traditions from the
ridiculous to the sublime in the
various sororities and women's
residence halls.
Alpha Delta Pi is entertained at
its annual party by a vocal group,
Kappa Koca Kola, composed of
members of the house who cannot
sing or play a musical instrument.
It is turnabout time in the Al-
pha Phi and Gamma Phi Beta
houses, when members wait on
the bus boys and carry out the
dishes afterwards. The Alpha Phi's
write poems about them character-
istic of their personalities, which
are read aloud to them while the
Gamma Phi's make gifts for their
bus boys.,
Geddes House
Geddes House will have a buffet
supper with food that the women
themselves cook, to thank mem-
bers of the University Administra-
tion who are special guests.
"Saint George and the Dragon"
is a skit put on by the freshmen
each year at Helen Newberry to

honor Mrs. Joy, founder of the
dormitory.
At their Christmas formal, the
Alpha Chi Ox ega's buy their dates
humorous gifts and write poems
for them. A Santa Claus reads the
poems aloud and presents, the gifts.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta has its party
after hours, the night before vaca-
tion starts. Names are drawn and
poems are written appropriate to
the personality of the women'
drawn.
At Adelia Cheever House, the
first floor is up at 6 a.m. to waken
the rest of the house for a break-
fast the housemother and presi-
dent prepare at this one time of
the year.
Couzens Hall holds a faculty
coffee for the nursing instructors
and a party for the women, at
which a Christmas story is read
and the glee clubasings.
Couzens Hall
The last day before vacation
begins, the sophomores carol
through the halls at 6 a.m. carry-
ing lighted candles.

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Alumnae give the Alpha Gamma
Delta's a party, to which the bus
boys and cook are invited. The
pledges and members draw names,
buy toys and write poems for those
women whose names they have
drawn.
Henderson House members also
write poems, but each woman has
only three guesses to guess who
has written it to her.
Chi Omega
Chi Omega has a formal dinner
to which the members draw names
and write poems to fit them. One
or two of the women read them
while the others try to guess for
whom they are meant.
Freshmen and transfers are in
charge of a project, such as sup-
plying needy families with clothes,
at Prescott House. They invite
their brother dormitory to cele-
brate with 'them, at which time
their Fortnite skit is repeated.
A hanging of the greens is
planned by Stockwell Hall to dec-
orate the dormitory. At their house
party gifts are given to the house
director and the maintenance
people.
Stockwell
They have a reception to which
the deans, University administra-
tion and faculty are invited.
The Kappa Alpha Theta's with
the help of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
amuse a' group of orphans each
year. A tea on the last Sunday
before vacation is given for all the
faculty and affiliated men and
women.
A formal dinner is the tradition
of the Kappa Delta's where small
candles are placed at each wom-
an's place. The one whose candle
goes out first is supposed to remain
an old maid, while the one with
the longest burning candle will be
married first.
Martha Cook
At Martha Cook Dormitory,

everyone is up at 5:30 a.m. one
morning. The choir starts carol-
ing with candles on the fourth
floor and as it proceeds down the
successive floors it gradually picks
up all of the members.
The procession ends in the din-
ing room where an elaborate
breakfast is waiting.
The juniors of Kappa Kappa
Gamma plan festivities and give
a skit while the sophomores decor-
ate the house after everyone else
is in bed and make breakfast the
next morning.
The Pi Beta Phi's house is dec-
orated in Christmas tree green.
The sophomores trim the tree at
6 a.m. and waken the. others at 7
a.m. Toys are exchanged as pres-
ents and are given away later to
a children's group.
Hanukkah and Christmas are
celebrated together at Mosher
Hall. Stories of both are read aloud
and the choir sings.
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