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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1957

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Skits To Highlight Hillelzapoppin'

CONCERT, WORKSHOP, DINNERS:
Sororities, Fraternities,Schedule Greek Week Events

By SALLY LEASE
Concerts, dinners, workshops
and dances are on the agenda for
the Greeks from Monday, March
25 to Saturday, March 30.
Beginning the week will be the
Panhellenic Workshop at 3:15
p.m., Monday in the League Ball-
room. Sorority presidents choose
representatives to participate in
discussions.
The topics include: Junior Pan-
hel and pledging by Joyce Bush-
ong; relationship between nation-
al and local chapters led by Mary
Rupp; what makes Panhel strong
by Sally Miller; problems pre-
sented by spring rushing led by
Diane Duncan and intergradation
of transfer students into a soror-
ity by Mary Molar. The groups
will meet for an hour, after which
the respective chairmen will pre-
sent a summary.
Bridge Tournament
A bridge tournament will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the
Hussey room in the League.
All the sororities and fraterni-
ties will bring their dinners to
Yost Field House where everyone
will participate either as cheer-
ers or actively in Olympic type
races and games. The main
speaker will be Bill Zimmerman,

to be introduced by Mike Jackson
and Bob Wood.
The winner of the poster con-
test with sororities and fraterni-
ties competing will be announced
the same evening. Each chapter
attempts to display the most at-
tractive poster characterizing
Greek Week.
Exchange Dinners
Exchange dinners between the
coeds and men are Wednesday
evening. The sororities will divide
their membership in order to have
three sororities attending each
fraternity at the same time. Fol-
lowing the exchange dinner, a

free movie entitled

"Story of

Three Loves" will be shown at
7:30 p.m. in the Architecture Aud-i
ltoriuxn.
At 1 p.m., Thursday the frater-
nity presidents will congregate at
the Fresh Air Camp where they
will divide into groups with well-
known speakers to lead each dis-
cussion.
Following the retreat a dinner
for the presidents will be given

in the Union. Speaker for the
evening is Donald W. Mallet, Ex-
ecutive Dean at Purdue Univer-
sity.

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Honor House Mothers I
A dessert honoring the house'
mothers will be at 7 p.m., Friday
in the League Kalamazoo room.
On the same evening Louis Arm-
strong will present a jazz concert
at 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium.

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Ten finalists of the Interfra-
ternity Sing will compete for the
coveted trophy at 2:30 p.m., Sat-
urday in Hill Auditorium. Three
judges will choose the winner o:
the sing and pick the sorority
showing the most enthusiasm in
supporting its fraternity.
The culmination of the entire
week will be the Greek Week Ball
featuring Buddy Morrow's Band.

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Sigma Alpha

Iota

-Daily-John Hirtzel
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT-Students rehearse their skit for Hillelzapoppin'

The newly elected officers of
Sigma Alpha Iota, professional
women's sorority, have been an-
nounced. Sheila McKenzie will
preside as president. Assisting her
are Helen Murray, first vice-presi-
dent, and Joan Gassaway, second
vice-president. New recording sec-
retary is Dorothea Lorey; corres-
ponding secretary, Kay LaVou-
cerer; treasurer, Virginia Shapoe.
Joanne Smalla and Sally Booz are
chaplain and sergeant-at-arms re-
spectively.

By KAROL BUCKNER
A series of original 20-minute
skits will be presented by sorori-
ties, fraternities and independent
groups at the Hillelzapoppin' show
Saturday, March 23, in Ann Ar-
bor High School Auditorium.
The annual Hillelzapoppin' show
promises to be the greatest ever,
guarantees the central committee.
They add that this show has
become iore entertaining and en-
joyable each year and on this, its
tenth anniversary, more enthusi-
asm and interest on the part of the
participants has been shown than
ever before. Hillelzapoppin' has
gained prestige not only on cam-

pus, but also in the eyes of the
entire comunity.
Hillelzapoppin' was originally
presented as a series of one-act
plays put on by various groups.
Small audiences enabled the pres-
entation to be given at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater.
Entertainment Changes
Entertainment was changed to
its present form in the following
years. Larger audiences soon caus-
ed the show to be moved to a
bigger locale, thebTappandJunior
High School auditorium.
This year's audience. estimated
at 1,322, will be entertained at
Ann Arbor High School auditor-
ium, which has a large seating
capacity, acoustics and equipment
of high quality.
A new memorial trophy, donated
this year by a member of the Ann
Arbor community, will be awarded
to the winning skit.
Proceeds to U.J.A.

Alpha Epsilon Phi will prove
their ability to sell as they present
"Newstand Review" under the
direction of Edie Graller; Phi Sig-
ma Delta will entertain with
"Seven Gnomes with Eight Trom-
bones" directed by Gerald Poti-
cha.
Under the direction of Linda
Lee and Ester Margolis, Sigma
Delta Tau will try to answer the
question "Which Wit is Which?"
Phi Epsilon Pi, directed by Dick
Bailin, will give a rendition of
"New Faces."
For students wanting to see Eu-
rope, Delta Phi Epsilon is traveling
on "An All Inclusive Tour" under
the direction of Ceci Friedlander.
The independents will also be tak-
ing a tour through "Comic Capers,"
directed by Sue Gelula and Lee
Bandalin.
Professors To Judge
The judges, upon whose shoul-

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JUNIOR PANHEL -- A schol-
arship worth $100 is being award-
ed by the Junior Panhellenic As-
sociation. Those eligible are mem-
bers of the 1956 Jr. Panhel. Peti-
tions, which are available in the
Panhel office of the Student Ac-
tivities Building, must be re-
turned today.
BUS. AD. DANCE - Couples
will play for a twenty dollar first
prize at the miniature stock mar-
ket at the Executive Ball to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
Tickets will be on sale at the door.
night in the Union Ballroom.
ANGELL STUDY HALL-Merit
Tutorial Committee announced
that Angell Hall Study Room will
be open for students from 7 to
10 p.m. on Sunday evenings.
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SCROLL - Petitions for a $100
scholarship are due Monday with
t w o recommendations. T h e y
should be sent to Ricky Erskine,
722 Forest. Applications may be
secured at the League Undergrad-
uate Office. Interviewing will
take place Tuesday and Wednes-
day.
SCHOLARSHIPS - Three $100
scholarships are being offered to
junior women through the Ethel
A. McCormick Activities Recog-
nition. Applications are due Sat-
urday, March 23 in the League
Undergraduate Office. Interview-
ing will be Tuesday and Wednes-
day, March 26 and 27.
Music for the dance will be
played by Johnny Harberd and his
orchestra. Decorations, empha-
sizing the theme, will be gold mon-
etary and balance sheets.
HILLEL PETITIONING-.Dead-
line for Hillel Executive Board Pe-
titions is Monday, March 25, and
for the Hillel Administrative
Council Monday, April 15.

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Proeed frm te pogrm, ders the chief excitement of the
Proceeds from the program, evnn eticuePo.Hrl
which are estimated at $1,000, will evening rests, include Prof. Harold
be dnatd t th UntedJews11Haugh of music school; Prof. Mar-
be donated to the United Jewish yin H. Felheim of the English
Appeal. The UJA distributes its department; Prof. Paul E. Cairns
funds among various other benefi- of the speech department; Will
ciaries which provide for the set- Cross, Assistant Dean of Men and
tlement of refugees in Israel. Prof. Sidney Fine of the history
Funds also go for the evacuation department.
of refugees in persecuted countries, Buses will leave the League at
such as Hungary. Other associa-
tions which receive benefits are 7:30 p.m. on Saturdy, March 23,
the New York Association for for the purpose of transporting
Americans which helps settle refu- students to Ann ArborHigh
gees who come to America and School.
B'nai B'rith. Tickets may be purchased all
Before funds ' are distributed, next week at the auditorium. Hillel
they are combined with the pro- will sponsor a post party, to which
ceeds of the community UJA from everyone is invited after the per-
the entire Washtenaw area. formance.
Catchy tunes and fast-moving "This year, Hillilzapoppin' is
comedy and dances will be pre- sure to be an evening which every-
sented by AlphA Epsilon Phi. Delta one will find worthwhile and ex-
Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Tau, Phi tremely entertaining," remarked
Epsilon Pi, Phi Sigma Delta and several members of the 1957 cen-
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