FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9,1956
OF= M CMGAN DAILY
FRiDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
1 STUNTS GALORE-Publicity committee for Soph Show producti
housing units, stunts and skits, publicizing the show which will b
Mendelssohn of the League.e
For So-ph Show Fall Pi
on 4. 4.
By MARY BETH GODFROY dance music for the costumed
Pigmies, cave-men gamblers, I- coupe
I visitors, hobos and harassed ates of Kelsey house men will
fathers will be on hand for the attend the Gilbert and Sullivan
round of activities planned for this operetta, then return to the house
weekend for an informal dance.
~The warm waters and sunny;
Guests attending Pi Lambda PhibThesorm uars ich sunny
will enter the house by climbing beaches of Bermuda, which are
through a cave entrance. The dec-js inviting at this time of year,
this pre- through paintings will provide
orations will carry outthspe the atmosphere at the Psi Omega
historic theme with the use ofs
bongo bands and oil lamps. Scenes party tomorrow night.
on the wall will depict the life Nightclub Guests
of a cave man. Sigma Alpha Mu will present
The Boll Weevil Jazz Band will Samma Cabana tofnorrow evening
"liven things up" at the Acacia at Hillel. A comedian will be fea-
party tomorrow evening. Couples tured and members from Illinois'
will travel south for the party will be guests at this make-believe
in an effort to lose those ""blue night club.
book" blues. Patient dads will be able to see
Oriental Atmosphere just how their hard earned money
Dates of Anderson and Cooley is being spent when they visit the
-Daily-Harding Wlliams house men will enjoy "A Night in campus this weekend for the vari-
ion of "Good News," plans visits to the Orient" tomorrow- evening at ous functions their sons and
be held Nov. 16 and 17, in the Lydia their semi-formal dance. Carol daughters have planned. in their
Kenny's combo will play the music honor. s.
and pproriat Orenta decra- Luncheons, dinners, the football
a pop e tgame and dances are being held
tions will provide the atmosphere,.aean acs reighl
rn Stunts Chips, roulette wheels and a by campus sororities for Father's
dimly lit cafe will greet couples Weekend. Delta Upsilon and Evans
attending the Monte Carlo party Scholars are also planning week-
at the Delta Sigma Pi house. But ends in honor of their dads.
tin cans and ragged clothes will Parents Weekends
predominate at Triangle's Hobo Sigma Delta Tau will present
party, its traditional Parents Weekend
ve A popular restaurant will serve lThe Pigmies Club of Zeta Beta highlighted by a luncheon tomor-
ors, red beer in connection with the Tau is presenting a "Small Voo- row and a banquet Sunday. Coeds
ed Show today. At the Panhellenic jdoo Party" tomorrow evening for of Tyler house are likewise plan-
r- Ball tonight the chorus will enter- the brothers and their dates. This ring a weekend in their parents'
er- tain during the intermission, is carrying out a tradition that has honor. They will attend the foot-
ed F -the members under 5'8" give a ball game and the Glee Club con-
nd Football Game Stunts party each year for the remainder cert.
At the Michigan-Illinois game of the house. Members of the Illinois chapter
Saturday, the Soph show will be "Suppressed Desire" Party will be guests of Alpha Epsilon Pi
well publicized. Over 5,000 mega- Hidden ambitions will be made at their dance tomorrow evening.
S phones with publicity slogans at- known at the "Suppressed Desire' The junior class will entertain
S.tached will be distributed at the 3parties of Phi Kappa Tau and with a skit entitled "The Iniqui-
game. The Michigan Marching Zeta Psi. Records will provide the tes."
Band will play and dance to "Var-
sity Drag" from "Good News" in
their pre-game performance. Flash
card publicity for the show will be --CAMPUS-.
st, provided by Block 'M. Posters and 211 S. State
at- banners will also be usedam parO IZ A
,It Sunday two local ice cream par-
Music Group ISA Dance Will Have
Will Pledg igtlb toshr
Pledging for Mu Phi Epsilon. Highlighting its fall semester
Plegin fo MuPhiEpslon soialproram th Inerntioalby the government of Monaco es-
national professional music soror-, social program the International'pecially for the event.
ity,. will be held Sunday at the Students Association will present Entertainment to fill the periodic
home of Mrs. Robert Courte. the annual, all campus Monte band breaks will be pilvided by
Rushing parties include a coffee Carlo Ball at 9 p.m. to midnight, members of the national clubs, and
hour, an informal 'Roaring Twen- Friday, Nov. 16 in the Union Ball- "can can dancers" from Alpha
ties' party, a formal musicale and room. Chi Omega. In addition, an inter-
tea at the Women's City Club. Music for the dance will be pro- mission program is scheduled.
President of Gamma chapter, vided by Red Johnson and his Canadian students, who form
Judy Huber, and Rushing Chair- orchestra. the largest national group at the
man, Svea Blomquist have an- Atmospherically, the Union Ball- University, have invited Royal
nounced the following pledges: room will assume vestigates of Canadian Mountain Police to add
Judy Arnold, Janet Ast, Sarah Monte Carlo nightclub and gambl- to the color of the dance.
Baird, Judy Dickstein, Janet Gard- ing life. Many of the decorations Blind Date Bureau
ner, Lois Goldberg, Shirley Gos- will be donated by Detroit depart- The ISA. who is sponsoring
I ling, Corinne Hamilton, Carolyn ment stores. Costumed cigarette
Krause, Shirley Lee, Susan Leffler, girls will circulate through the! Monte.Carl Ballis.oeratih
I Susan Litchfield, and Caryl Miller. ballroom and into the adjoining w li dase rtCednce
Patricia Millette, Ruth Nagel, rooms which will be transformed would lile a date for the dance
Geneva Nelson, Sara Olmstedj into gambling casinos. with a foreign student etern
Greta Phipps, Mary Pohly, Barbara: Gambling Casinos tional Center.
Richiger, Kay Rudnicki, Joanne All games of chance will be Proceeds of the dance will be
Semmens, Marlene Weinstock, and operated by members of the Uni- given to Foreign Student Emer-
Margaret West, conclude the list. versity hockey team. Prizes, in gency Fund. Tickets are available
cluding large dolls have been given at the International Center.
All organizations and housing
units should return Ensian con-
tracts as soon as posible, so that
their group's picture will be in
next year's 'Ensian.
With one week before Soph
Show, tension is rising, committees
are striving to meet deadlines, and
rehearsals are entering their fina
The Publicity committee has
concentrated its efforts on a num-
ber of projects which are intended
to capture the student's interest
By ROSE PERLBERG
We have lost our first and only
chance to wean Satellites away
from Russia - and darkened our
prospects for world peace by aid-
ing Hungarian rebels with words
rather than deeds, Prof. Leland
1 Stowe of the journalism depart-
ment said yesterday.
"While the world was distracted
by the war in Egypt," the pulitizer
prize winner and foreign corres-
4 pondent told a group of student
and faculty, "Moscow prepared a
brutal betrayal and slaughter of
the Hungarian people."
He pointed out that in seven
days, the Hungarians had success-
fully blown apart 10 years of a
Communist police terror system.
Russia promised to withdraw her
troops, but with "baseless treach-
ery," she had actually gotter
control of Hungarian arteries of
power and "at midnight Nov. 3,
while Hungary slept, Russia struck
with all the force at her com-
The journalist called the Hun-
garian Free Radio report of the
tragedy and appeal to the Wesi
for help, "one of the greatest hu-
man dramas in several decades."
U.S. Should Have Acted
The U.S., Prof. Stowe said,
should have made some move. We
didn't have to actually join the
fighting, but we could have alerted
troops in Germany, played Mos-
cow's game .. . risked something tc
stop the Kremlin's fast, clever
"Hungarians face a life-time of
Hell," he declared. "Russians will
never tolerate a revolt that de-
nounced the Warsaw Pact (which
binds Satellites together) especi-
ally when it comes from the bot-
tom, from the people."
Prof. Stowe discussed the cost
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of "Soviet Rape of Hungary." Fir
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ellites and the chance to break in
the iron curtain is ended for
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s will hate the Russians, but th
will also distrust the West."
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Third, from the Kremlin h
come "a new and menacing lang
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Prof. Stowe indicated that
c an expect even greater boldn
from the Soviets in the future, a
that bonds with our allies ha
already been weakened. Now mo
r than ever, he- concluded, "we ne
the best brains to handle forei
ilors will serve Soph Show sundaes
consisting of strawberry ice cream
and marshmellow sauce. Table
cards with a young lady dressed
in a flapper will be distributed to
the various restaurants.
On Monday students will see a
number of skits, including an aeri-E
ailst who will tight-rope across the_
Diagonal. Racoon coats and flap-
pers of the twenties and a Model
T car will coincide with their
Automobile-radio unit will do an
hour radio show based on Soph;
Shop in front of the League on'
Thursday, November 15. There
will be interviews and individual
and group performances.
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