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League Plans
Council Study
Committee
League Council yesterday ap-
proved a motion by Linda Green,
'59, to "form a study committee to
investigate the structure of League
Council and its committees.
The council members felt that
the council could be .streamlined,
that the cpmmittees overlap and
that some of the committees oper-
ate only, a small part of the year.
Jeanette Cameron, '58, first
vice - president of League was
named chairman of the commit-
tee.
Karen Levey, '60, reported on
the conclusions of the League-
Union Coed Show Study Commit-
tee. A need for the expression of
student talent was expressed, par-
ticularly in class projects. Gulan-
tics, annual talent show sponsored
by the Glee Club, Union and the
League, was discussed and the
possibilities for changing this show
into a "New Faces" type of show
were mentioned. Members felt that
there would be few real conflicts
as far as other campus shows are,
concerned.
Miss Levey said that the show
should be a money making project
but that quality rather than quan-
tity should be stressed. She felt
that it should be a student written
show rather than professional.
The power of the League Senate
was discussed. Dianne Duncan,
'58, said that Senate has been
given power to refer topics to Stu-
dent Government Council but that
they haven't taken advantage of it.
Excuses from Health Service
were brough up by Marylen Segel,
'58, president of the League. She
felt- that this could be channeled
through Senate.

(SAN DAILY
By MARJORIE BLUESTEIN
Hallowe'en will be celebrated by Les Voyageurs, The Friend's
Center Cooperative, Tappan International, Wenley, Chicago, Frederick,
Henderson and Palmer Houses when they give parties in honor of the
invasion of witches, spooks, ghosts and goblins.
Tonight an open house will be featured at Sigma Alpha Mu and a
mixer will be held at Stockwell.
Those who have sufficiently recovered from the Hallowe'en fes-
tivities will find more varied entertainment tomorrow night. Delta
Sigma Pi and Taylor will both "go Italian," the former featuring a
Toga party and the latter, a more modern pizza party followed by a
dance.
Phi Rho Sigma will also borrow a foreign theme with an intriguing
atmospheric cabaret party.
Tomorrow morning will find the residents of Jordan, Tyler and
Gamma Phi Beta frantically tidying their rooms as they prepare
for open houses in tpe afternoon. Henderson will feature a party
and weiner roast at Island Park,
Kelsey and Zeta Psi refuse to let the increasing winter winds
discourage them and will hold fall formals with "Autumn'Teases" and
"Leaves" as their themes.
Theta Delta Chi, Triangle.and Pi Lambda Phi offer opportunities
to display ingenuity at costume parties. Theta Xi and Phi Sigma,
Kappa will supplement their sources of revenue as they hold Monte
Carlo and Las Vegas parties. Financially insecure students-beware!
Dances will also be held at Acacia, Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta Theta Pi, ChiPi, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi Delta Epsilon, and
Delta Sigma Phi.
Parties are also in store for Delta Chi, Delta 'Theta Phi, Delta
Sigma Phi, Fletcher, Gomberg, Hinsdale, Lambda Chi Alpha, Nu Sigma
Nu, Osterweil, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi,
Tau Delta Phi, and Zeta Beta Tau.
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ational Students with their American 'brothers and sisters" enjoy a typical Hallowe'en party
as they carve the traditional pumpkin.
ICITY GROUP TO PLAN BOOKLET:'
>mmittee Announces J-Hop Chairmen

lop Central Committee an-
ced the appointments of sub-
nittee chairmanships uinder
Jaffe, '59, publicity chair-
and Mike Adell, '59, special
;s chairman yesterday.
e first meeting of the publi-
committee will be Thursday
noon in the Student Activi-
Building.
ur sub-chairmen weregse-
d for publicity. Irwin Gage,
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
ur excellent Sample
)oks of personalized
rds are now on display.
We suggest that you
ake your selection

'60, will head the J-Hop booklet.
The booklet will have Duffy Engle,
'58E,.as editor, Joel Koenig, '59,
business manager, and William
Fay, '59 A&D, art editor.
The stunt and campus com mit-
tee, which is in charge of diag and
house stunts and general campus
activities, Will be headed by Diane
Wilkie, '59,
Judy Casperson,. '59, posters
committee chairman, wills design
and distribute posters with her
committee. Ted Cohn, '60, will be
in charge of the display ,commit-
tee. Radio and newspaper publi-
city will be done by Murray Fei-
well, '60.
The J-Hop fashion show, which

will be held before Christmas va-
cation, will be under the direction
of Ann Shenefield, '59. It will car-
ry out the J-Hop theme.

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Panhel To Give All Sorority
Donations to Campus Chest

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Fall Styled
COSTUME
JEWELRY
Spark your wardrobe

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Panhellenic Board of Delegates
yesterday approved unanimously a
motion that "individual sorority
houses turn in their Campus
Chest donations to Panhellenic
which will in turn give the entire
amount to Campus Chest."

For that EXOTIC LOOK on' your
tsWEEK-END DATE
ts orientaljewelry from INDIA ART SHOP
For that EXOTIC LOOK in your ROOM
It's oriental Prints fron INDIA ART SHO
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1216 8. UnIversity

The motion resulted from dis-
cussion among Campus Chest of-
ficials who suggested that the do-
nations given by each house be'
announced publicly.
Marilyn Houck, '59Ph, Panhel
president, said that since Campus
Chest will, not tell us definitely
whether or not they are going to
print house totals, we will take
action to see they have nothing
to base figures on.
LastC year in an unpublished re-
port, Campus Chest listed the do-:
nations of individual fraternities
and sororities, but gave a block
amount for the ddrmitories.
The delegates also decided that
no record will be. kept of the
amount . each. house donates.
Barbara Sutliff, '59, public re-
lations chairman, asked for finan-
cial aid for the Affiliate, Panhel-,
lenic newspaper.
The public relations committee
had 200 extra copies of the Af-
filiate printed to distribute in dor-
mitories to help "educate" fresh-
men. The doubled production
caused the plea for aid.
House presidents suggested that
the new study committee on the
composition of Student Govern-
ment Council be composed of fac-
ulty, administration' and student
members and that it discuss
whether or not SGC has fulfilled
what it was set up to do.
The date for the Holiday Cake
sale sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Junior Chamber of Commerce has
been set for Nov. 25, says Dianne
Duncan, '58, first vice-president of
Panhellenic Association.

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