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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1956 T

TBE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE rM'E

Greek Week
Committees

Announced
Members of the Greek Week
Central Committee have been an-
pounced by general co-chairmen
Nancy Murphy, and Bill Johnson.
Ann Sterling, Alpha Delta Pi,
Jean Willoughby, Chi Omega, Tony
Weiler, Phi Delta Theta, and Tom
Calcaterra, Alpha Tau Omega, are
the special events chairmen, while
Mary Beth Myss, Sigma Kappa
and Dick Palma, Chi Psi, will di-
vide duties as exchange dinners1
co-chairmen.
Marilyn Jackson, Chi Omega and
Jim Hogan, Beta Theta Pi are
directing the secretarial committee,
while Sally Glass, Sigma Kappa
and Sheldon Baum, Sigma Alpha
Mu will handle publicity.
President's Conference
The president's conference -o-
chairmen are Joan Pfeiffer, Kappa
Alpha Theta and Cal Strom. Tak-
ing charge of the Panhellenic tea
is Gretchen Webster of Kappa
Alpha Theta.
Four students will direct the
booklet committees. They are Fred
Zinger, Triangle, Hank Kerr, Theta
Delta Chi, Lysbett Hoffman, Alpha
Xi Delta, and Cynthia Cross, Delta
Gamma.

ELVIS PRESLEY-Dean Deborah Bacon, impersonating Elvis
Presley, participated in one of the more riotous of the evening's
skits.

SECOND PLACE-Betsy Barbour capti wed second place with her
presentation of "Harlan Hatcher at U. W4 H." at the annual Fort-
nite program yesterday.

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BARBOUR, COUZENS TAKE AWARDS:
Newberry Places First

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n Fortnite Contest

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By BEATA JORGENSON
Helen Newberry took top hon-
ors at a rigorous Fortnite rivalry
last night with their presentation
of "Peanuts Cbmes To Michigan."
Originality was apparent in the
Newberry skit, which burlesqued
the popular "Peanuts" comic strip
complete with Charlie Brown,
Lucy and Snoopy, sporting an "I
Go Pogo" sign.
Second place standing was
awarded to Betsy Barbour and
their skit, "Harlan Hatcher at the
U. of H."
Angels at the Universe of
Heaven were paid a visit by Bar-
bour's President Hatcher who en-
tered heaven sadly, but became
anxious to return to the Univer-

sity because of the angel's promp-
tings.
Couzens' Skit
Couzens' production of "It Is"
earned third place honors for the
nurses. "Only Heaven Knows
Where Germs Come From" was
sung by seven germs to three
sleeping University coeds.
True to custom, the hero's of
Couzens' skit were two nurses who
came to the coeds' rescue, by kill-
ing the germs of peculiar dis-
eases common to University stu-
dents.
By far the most riotous skit of
the evening was that presented
by the deans of women and the
house directors. Dean Deborah
Bacon, impersonating the con-

SeHattendorf,Kpp Aph
troversial Elvis Presley, achieved pr es'idents of the independent wo- Theta will have sole charge of the
great success complete with side m en,'s residences on campus. Panhellenic workshop.
burns and guitar, as she sank D ean Elizabeth Davenprot pre- Monday Event
"Hound Dog" and "Don't Be sffl.ed the scholarship cups to the
Cruel." 1htoses with the best acadenic The Monday night event co-
Before "Elvis's" appearance, the a ve rages. chairmen are Sandra Beer, Sigma
house directors entertained with a lrvlartha Cook took top honors Delta Tau and George Grove, Lam-
country hoedown. for having the highest all around bda Chi Alpha. Jennie Morgan of
'Only Heaven Knows' a ru demic average among women's Alpha Xi Delta, who is handling
"Only Heaven Knows" was the d DI:ms with a 3.07. the Interfraternity Council Sing,
theme chosen for the 23rd annual completes the list of Greek Week
Fortnite contest. Osterweil took first place in the chairmen.
Spnsor e never year t - rup which contains under 100 The week of activities being
Sponsored every year by the As- men. An ICCco-op, which en- planned by the University's sorori-
sembly Association, the produc- tea ed the competition for the first ties and fraternities will com-
chance to let down their hair and tir ne this year, their grade-point memorate the 110th year anniver-
display their originality and in- av erage was 3.01. sary of Greek societies on campus.
genuity in writing and producing. In the class of dormitories hous- Last year's Greek Week had as
Awelcoming song and dancei. iig 101-200 students, Betsy Bar- its theme the Olympics. One of
routine featuring the Assembly bt iur placed first with an average the featured events was a mara-
Board opened this year's Fortnite df 2.98. thon in which each fraternity en-
program. For the dormitories with over tered a team. The IFC Sing, and a
Following the presentation of 201 residents,Couzens placed first lunch at Ferry Field Were other
the residence hall skits, Joyce ,ith an average of 2.67. features of the week.
Reubens announced the newly
tapped members of Senior So - ' -' S tD c m e
the-hnor r-'tr peN areer Conference Set for December
ciety, the honorary for independ- J.AJ e o
ent women who have made out-f--
standing contributions in leader- Women's honoraries, Senior So-
ship and service. 4 ciety, Mortar Board and Scroll, in work, and airline hostesses. After
House Presidents f co-operation with the Bureau of the speeches, there will be infor-
Next 'on the program was the, Appointments, are sponsoring a mal question and answer periods.
presentation by ,Assembly presi-- career conference on Saturday, All women, especially juniors
dent, Jean Scruggs, of pins to th & Dec. 1, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the and seniors who have not already
nlnaneu 1n; eir ajr, areivuca LO

Traditional Festivities Liven
Coeds' Senior Night Agenda
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By SUE RAUNHEIM
One evening a year, senior wom-
en gather for the traditional fes-
tivities of the Senior Night dinner
and program.
This event dates back to 1933
when a senior supper was held in
Betsy Barbour dormitory. After
dinner, coeds clothed in caps and
gowns, paraded to Waterman gym-
nasium to see the new show pre-
sented for them by junior women.
When the union was completed,
senior suppers were held in the
new building. The ensuing show
was at that time held in the old
Whitney Theatre on Main Street.
Traditional Dinners Held
Starting in 1936, and continuing
to the present time, traditional
dinners have been held in the
League.
During the war years, the Senior
Supper was discontinued, although
seniors were still invited to attend
the first production of Junior
Girl's Play.
Senior Supper became Senior
Night in 1949 with the traditional
march from the library to the
League starting at 5:30 p.m. Fol-

lowing the parade, a banquet is
served in the League Ballroom.
Romantic Status
At the dinner, each senior wom-
an bears a sign of her romantic
status. A married coed carries a
candle, and those who are engaged
suck lemons.
A pin cushion especially made
by Miss Ethel McCormick, Social
Director of the League, holds safe-
ty pins which a pinned coed must
wear instead of the traditional
fraternity pin. Every senior night,
the general chairman inscribes her
name on the cushion at the end
of the ceremony.
Unattached coeds carry pennies
to toss in a wishing well, one for
each year of their age.
After the dinner, the seniors see
a preview of the JGP production,
presented in their honor by the
junior women in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
In 1938, the custom of throwing
pennies was tabooed. In previous
years the seniors wore caps and
gowns but due to the increase of
the garments in price the custom
was dropped in 1952.

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Skating Club
The co-recreational Figure
Skating Club will hold its re-
organizational meeting at 7:30
p.m. tonight in the Women's I
Athletic Building.
,.

Women's League.
The program will include speech-
es from prominent leaders in the
fields of advertising, counseling,
civil service, banking, biological
research, journalism, librarian
work, insurance, personnel, physi-
cal therapy, psychology, publish-
ing, radio and TV, retailing, social

closed their major, are vited to
attend.

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