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THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957

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fraternities Will Vie
zAt Annual IFC Sing

sr HTRADITIONAL CEREMONIES:
Honrorares Tap New Members This Week

By SYLVIA GREENBAUM
Ten fraternities have been re-
hearsing this week for the Inter-
Fraternity Council Sing which will
be held at 2:30 p.nti. Saturday in
Hill Auditorium. Songs that will
be featured on the program have
been announced by the Greek
Week central committee.
Students passing the Beta Theta
Pi house will hear the brothers
practicing their number, the "Bat-
tle Hymn of the Republic". Sigma
Kappa will support the fraterni-
ty. Strains of "Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot" can be heard at the Chi
Psi song practices. Supporting
them will be Chi Omega. Delta
Chi, supported by Alpha Xi Del-
ta, will sing "A Southern Couplet."
Alpha Epsilon Phi will give their
support to the men of Delta Tau
Delta who will sing "Heaven Down
South." Kappa Sigma, supported
by Phi Mu, will give a rendition
of "Brothers Sing On."
Sing Folk Song
Seeing Nellie Home", as sung
by Lambda Chi Alpha, will also
be on the program. Support will
be given them by Alpha Phi.
"Soldier's Chorus" will be fea-
tured by Phi Delta Theta while
Delta Phi Epsilon supports them.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, supported by
Delta Gamma, will sing the show
tune, "There's Nothing Like a
Dame."
Sigha Phi Epsilon, supported by
Alpha Delta Pi, will harmonize
"A German Medley." "Jericho
Medley", sung by the brothers of
Trigon, will conclude the program.
They will be supported by Kappa
Kappa Gamma.
Beside learning the words and
music of the songs, the participat-
ing groups are working on their.

appearance, tone quality, intona-
tion, diction, ensemble, general ar-
tistic result and appropriateness of
selection. All of these are the cri-
teria that they will be judged by,
Introductions and entertainment
between the different songs will be
supplied by the Master of Cere-
monies, Casper Grathwohl, a
freshman in law school.
Jim Park of Sigma Phi Epsilon,
is the chairman of the Sing and
Jennie Morgan of Alpha Xi Delta
is in charge of the sorority sup-
port.
Musicians Judge
The judges of the Sing will be
Philip A. Duey, director of the
Men's Glee Club, Harold Haugh,
professor of voice in music school,
and Lester McCoy, the associate
conductor of the University Musi-
cal Society.
An electric shaver will be
awarded to the songleader of the
winning fraternity and to the
president of the sorority with the
winning support.
Last year's winner was Delta
Tau Delta.
Other activities that are on the
agenda for Greek Week include a
jazz concert featuring Louis Arm-
strong with vocalist Velma Mid-
dleton, clarinet player Edmond
Hall and trombonists Squire Gersh
and Billy Kyle. This program will
be held Friday night at Hill Audi-.
torium.
The Greek Week Ball is the
main event of this week which is
filled with work and play. The
dance will be held in the League
Ballroom and will feature the Dix-
ieland jazz, rock 'n roll and rhythm
and blues music of Buddy Morrow
and his band.

SHIRLEY CROOG SALLY MYERS

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By ELEANOR GOLDBERG
Traditional songs of three se-
nior women's honorary societies
rang through the dorm halls and
sorority houses last night and
Tuesday evening as members
tapped junior coeds.
Mortarboard's "top secret" tap-
ping is carried out by members
wearing mortarboards and black
academic gowns, carrying flash-
lights and singing "Thy Ideals".
First they march through the
house in single file past the unsus-
pecting coed. Moments later they
return and place a mortarboard on
her head and hand her an invita-
tion.
The person who does the tap-
ping is usually affiliated with or
has worked with the coed pre-
viously. The following day initiates
wear the mortarboards on campus.
Campus Served
The primary purpose of the or-
ganization is to serve the campus,
according to Jeanne Newell, presi-
dent. Another purpose is to honor
outstanding senior women.
Bases for selection are leader-
ship, service and a comparatively
high scholastic average.
The societies' activ.0fs this year
included: sponsoring a Cinema
Guild movie, serving at the
Schoolmasters' Convention and
hostessing at the Hatchers' open
houses.
Members of Senior Society, hon-
orary for unaffiliated women, en-
act the tapping ceremony by pa-
rading through the dorms sing-
ing, "In and out the halls we wan-
der, singing as we go; of the girls
we're going to favor with our pins
of black and gold. Recognizing
loyal service and their jobs well

done, they will wear our bows and
collars and of us they will be one."
White Collar Worn
Each new initiate receives a
white collar which she will wear
the following day. A constitution
and invitation to initaition are
also presented to her.
The tapping is a surprise to the
coed. Her housemother and her
roommate are alerted beforehand
to make sure that she is in the vi-
cinity.
Outstanding achievement
through leadership and service to
the campus community are prere-
quisites to the society.
This year Senior Society "plans
to do more to justify its existence
than just honoring people," stated
Jeannette Grimm, a member of
the organization.
Scroll Taps
"Out of the night comes a sound
of voices; Scroll now is tapping its
loyal crew." This is sung by mem-
bers of the society during tapping
ceremonies while they honor out-
standing affiliated women.
The next day new members,
dressed in maize and blue outfits,
wear yellow cardboard scrolls dec-

orated with blue ribbon around
their necks.
Leadership, service and loyalty
are the bases for admission, ac-
cording to Gwynne Finkleman,
Scroll president.
Promotes Cooperation
This organization attempts to
promote cooperation b e t w e e n
alumnae and college students and
works to further interest in cam-
pus affairs.
Scroll offers a $100 scholarship
to a junior affiliated woman on
the basis of character, Nhadership,
scholarship and need.

Seniors tapped for any one of
these three honoraries are ineli-
gible for membership in the other
two.
The three honorary societies
worked jointly this year to spon-
sor a carrer conference which was
held in November. This clinic was
the first of its kind at the Univer-
sity and featured women who were
outstanding in their various fields.
These women gave short talks
on their chosen careers and then
answered any questions that coeds
asked concerning their occupa-
tions.

I'

C roog-Berge r
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Croog of
New Haven, Connecticut, recently
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Shirley, to Joel S.
Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Berger of Farrell, Pennsylvania.
Miss Croog is a member of the
Senior Society and assistant night
editor of The Daily.
Mr. Berger is a senior in the
Rackham Graduate School and a
member of the Board in Control
of Student Publications. He is a
former night editor of The Daily
and affiliated with Sigma Delta
Chi, professional journalism fra-
ternity.
No wedding date has been s-t.
Myers-Bacon
Mr. a;nd Mrs. De.riald W. Myers

of Detroit, have ainounced the
engagement of their daughter,
Sally Patricia, to Robert Elwin Ba-
con, son of Dr. and Mrr. Leslie R.
Bacon of Wyandotte.
Miss Myers, who is a junior in
the School of Music, iP a member
of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, Sigma
Alpha Iota, professional music sor-
ority and Wyvern, junior women's
honorary.
Mr. Bacon received his degree
in the literary college and is now
attending graduate school at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology. He was affiliated with Al-
pha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta P1 and
Phi Lambda Upsilon fraternities.
The wedding ceremony will take
place Friday, September 6, in the
Bushnell Congregational Church
in Detroit. After the wedding, the
couple will reside in the Boston
area.
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FRESH AIR CAMP:
Pledges To Work on Help Week Project

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BURO CATS-There will be no
Buro-Cat meeting at 4 p.m. to-;

Fraternity and sorority pledges
will participate in their annual
"Help Week" project at the Fresh
Air Camp tentatively scheduled
for April 28 to May 2.
Junior Panhellenic and Junior
Inter-Fraternity Council will join
forces during "Help Week" to
clean up the camp for the coming
summer, when underprivileged
children from the entire state
come to play and learn crafts.
* Thorough Clean-Up
During the week they paint,
rake grounds, wash windows and
pick up rubbish. Last year, after
spending each afternoon of "Help
Week" at the camp, ice cream and
cokes were served to the helpers
before they returned to the cam-
pus. The pledges and new initiates
of the fraternities and sororities
travel the thirty miles to the Uni-

versity sponsored camp via Uni-
versity buses.
The aims of the project are
two-fold. First, the workers are
contributing to a worthy cause.
Second, the sorority and frater-
nity pledges are brought together
in a common project.
Committee Plans
The organization and general
planning of "Help Week" are car-
ried out by five central commit-
tees. The publicity committee is
responsible for getting informa-
tion in the newspapers, on the ra-
dio and to the students. The post
committee notifies the students of
their assignments.
The main job of the finance
committee is to provide money for
the refreshments which are served
to the volunteer helpers. Tags are
sold by the pledges during a cam-

pus-wide Tag Day in order to earn
this money.
Each worker is identified by a
tag which is made by the tag com-
mittee. The maintenance commit-
tee is responsible for acquiring
tools from the fraternities with
which to complete the project.
Last year, "Help Week" was
held from;1 to 5 p.m., April 30 to
May 4. Approximately 400 stu-
dents worked on the project.
LAD I ES
BARBER SHOP
1108 Vs So. University
Phone NO 2-7538

Underhill-Price day in the League.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Milo E. Underhill
of Marquette, announce the en- JOB PANEL-Theta Sigma Phi,
gagement of their daughter, Mila national professional fraternity
Jane, to David M. Price, son of Dr. for women in all fields of journa-
and Mrs. Alvin E. Prcie, of Detroit. lism, including teaching, news
Miss Underhill is a junior in the and promotion, will hold a meet-
School of Education. Her fiance ing at 8 p.m. tonight at the League.
is a junior in the literary school * * *
and is preparing to enter the min- ARMSTRONG CONCERT--To-
istry. morrow is the last day that tick-
The couple will be married this ets for the 7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
August in the First Presbyterian Saturday night concerts can be.
Church in Marquette. purchased at Hill Auditorium.
Looking for
favors for tie
Spring Formats .
Shop at
Chester Roberts Gifts
for the new and different in favors.

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