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80-MAY, MARCH 24,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY. MARCH 24. 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI 1!YI

DeltaPhiEpsilonCops First Prize

IFC Sing
To Feature
Ten Groups
Judges To Determine
By Certain Standards,
Best Greek Support
Ten fraternities were chosen
last week to participate in the
finals for the Inter-fraternity sing
which will be held from 2:30 to 5
p.m. Saturday in Hill Auditorium.
The fraternities chosen were
Beta Theta Pi, Chi Psi, Delta Chi,
Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Sigma,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delta
Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon and Trigon.
The names of the sororities sup-
porting these fraternities were
drawn from a hat, an IFC tradi-
ion. They are respectively: Sigma
Kappa, Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Del-
ta, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Phi Mu, Al-
pha Phi, Delta Phi Epsilon, Delta
Gamma, Alpha Delta Pi and Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma.
The criteria used to judge sing-
ing is appearance ,tone quality, in-
tonation, diction, general artistic
result and appropriateness of the'
selection. Each criteria will be
worth a maximum of ten points.
Judges of the preliminaries will
be Dr. Philip A. Duey, director of
the Men's Glee Club, Mr. Harold
Haugh, professor of voice in mu-
sic school, and Mr. James Berg of
the University school of music.
Dr. Duey, Mr. Haugh and Mr.
Lester McCoy, associate conduc-
tor of the University Musical So-
ciety are judges of the final elim-
ination.

METALWORK, EBONY:
ISA To Exhibit Dolls

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Dolls from Czechoslovakia andV
ebony busts from Ghana, the new
African nation, stand together in
the International Week exhibit in
the first floor Union showcase.
The display features dolls from
Asia, Europe and Latin America
along with wood carvings from
Ghana and metalwork from the
Middle East.
Colors in the exhibit range from
the black-and-white checkered
cloth outlining the African wood
carvings to the many-hued clothes
of dolls from three continents.
International week is an annual
event, sponsored by the Interna-
tional Students Association and'
featuring the Association's Inter-
national Ball. In past years the'
week has also included such pro-

grams as an International Pa-
geant and Style Show.
According to William A. West,
assistant counselor at the Inter-
national Center and advisor of
student affairs, International
week is set up annually by the ISA
to promote better understanding
between foreign and American
students.
Armstrong Concert
Tomorrow is the last day that
block and individual tickets may
be ordered at the League Under-
graduate Office. K
All tickets for the 7:15-and 9:30
p.m. performances will be on sale
at Hill Auditorium until Friday.

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HILLELZAPOPPIN - Delta Phi Epsilon's "All Inclusive Tour" placed first whilt Sigma Delta
Tau's "Which Witch Is Which?" and Phi Sigma Delta's "Seven Gnomes and Eight Trombones" tied
for second .place.
Coeds To Name Activity Officers
At Installation Night, Next Week

The traditional Installation
Night honoring campus leaders
will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Ap-
ril 1, in Rackham Amphitheater.
All women who petitioned will
be waiting impatiently for the
names of the new office holders of
League, Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation, Panhellenic, and Assem-
bly Association to be announced.
When Installation Night started
in the 1930's, it began as a ban-
quet at which offices were an-
nounced and awards were pre-
sented. During the war it changed
to its present system. All women
sit in designated housing sections
as they discover the outcome of
various elections.
Also included on the program
are many honors and awards. The
women's honoraries, Wyvern,
Scroll, Senior Society, and Mor-
tarboard, will announce their new
'members.
Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary
for all freshmen with a scholastic
average of 3.5 or higher, will also
announce those tapped for mem-
bership. The Martha Babbigde
Award, given annually to the out-

standing member of the JGP cast,
is awarded at this time..
Several scholarships will also be
announced at this time. Three
Scroll scholarships, based on ac-
tivities, character, service, and
need are presented. Mortarboard
will aw'ard three scholarships, rec-
ognizing scholarship, leadership,
and service ability.
For participation in campus ac-
tivities, scholastic achievement,
and financial need, three Ethel
McCormick scholarships will be
given. Concluding the list of schol-
arships to be presented, are three
awarded by Delta Delta Delta.
Included among the awards will
be the Alpha Omicron Pi Service
has contributed the most to com-
munity service.

In the course of the evening's
events, Marylen Segel, new presi-
dent of the League, will receive
her gavel and officially take over
the duties of the retiring presi-
dent, Sue Arnold.

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cause many students felt the lack
of a quiet place to study on Sun-
day evenings, the proctors have
agreed to open this study hall on
trial for the next few weeks. If it
is used, it will remain open these
hours.
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MUSIC HONORARY-The an-
nual installation of officers of
Gamma Chapter of Mu Phi Epsi-
lon, women's Professional Music
Sorority ,was held on Tuesday
night, March 18th, at the Kappa
Delta House. ,
The newly installed officers
are: Nelita True, president; Nancy
Bluestone, vice-president; Shirley
Lee, corresponding secretary; Sara
Olmsted, recording secretary; and
Nancy Stout, treasurer.
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