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L BARRISTERS' DANCE-A law club member dressed in
e and wig of court bailiff calls attention to the "Wig and
a formal which will be held 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
Each date receives a summons from a policeman in full
)mmanding her to appear at the dance.

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By JANICE GEASLER
king advantage of the final
end before vacation, fraterni-
sororities and residence halls
filled the social calendar with
,e formals, dances and parties
I kinds.
ncing will be the order of the
onight when Alpha Chi Sigma
a pledge formal and Palmer
e gives a- square dance. Dan-
or tonight are also planned
elen Newberry, Martha Cook,
a Cheever House, Alpha Kap-
'si, Alpha Phi, Angell and
isteuck houses, Betsy Barbour,
Omega and Kappa Kappa
mna.
rties will be given by Nelson
national House, Phi Delta Phi
he Friends Center Co-op.
icago House and Mosher Hall
neet for a volleyball game and
. A reception will be held by
cipants in the the. Musket
while Delta Gamma plans a
er party.
More and More Dances
ere will be another round of
es tomorrow evening. Dances
be held by Acacia, Chi Phi,
6 Kappa Epsilon, Delta Upsi-
Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Chi,
xamma Delta, Psi Omega, and

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Rho Chi, Phi Rho
Sigma, Henderson House and Psi
Upsilon also plan formals.
Fraternities planning pledge for-
.mals for Saturday include Phi
Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi,Alpha
Tau Omega, Chi Psi, Delta Chf,
Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Psi
and Delta Tau Delta. Others are
Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, Sigma Chi, Theta Chi, Theta
Delta Chi and Lambda Chi Alpha.
Plans for Open-Open Houses
Tomorrow open-open houses are
scheduled by Chicago and Michi-
gan Houses. Geddes will hold an
open-open house Christmas Buf-
fet.
East Quad will give their Snow-
flake Ball and have open-open
house in all houses. Black and
White Ball will be held by Kappa
Alpha Psi while The Holly Hop
will be givens at West Quad.
Many parties are planned for
tomorrow night. Some groups
planning parties are Delta Theta
Phi, Evans Scholars, Phi Delta Phi,
Phi Kappa Tau, Triangle, sand
Kappa Sigma.
Open-open houses at Couzens
and Mosher Halls and a jazz party
given by Phi Delta Phi Sunday will
end the weekend's festivities.

IM Facilities
Open To All
For Winter
Recreational Swims,
Fencing, 'Skiing Clubs
Available To Women
During the cold winter months,
athletic gminded students are of-
fered many recreational opportu-
nities at the Intra-Mural Building.
From 7 to 10 p.m. every Friday
there is a co-ree night.
Sports equipment for volleyball,
basketball,-badminton and squash
are available as well as the swim-
ming pool and the trampoline.
Facilities for ice skating are
open to all every evening, includ-
ing the weekend.'
For women ski enthusiasts the
Women's A t h e t i c 'Association
formed a Ski Unit as part of their
Outdoor Recreation Program. In-
terested women may inquire at
the Women's Athletic Building.
Opportunities for "fencers" may
be found at the Fencing Club
which meets every Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. in the W.A.B. Women
with all levels of skill are mem-
bers. -All equipment is furnished.
Recreational swimming in the
Women's Pool is available to wo-
men from 5:10 to 6:10 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday and from
3 to 5 p.m. Friday.
Tuesday and Thursday even-
ings, the pool is open to women
from 8 to 9 p.m.
Michigras Holds
Meetings, Selects
Tickets Chairmen
Sub-chairmen of the Michigras
Publicity Committee will meet at
4 p.m. Tuesday in Rm. N of the
Union.
The Programs Committee will
meet at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday in Rm.
3-Y of the Union.
The Michigras Parade Commit-
tee meeting scheduled for Satur-
day has been cancelled.
Eight sub-chairmen of the
Michigras Tickets Committee were
announced by, co-chairmen, Sallie
Steketee, '59, and Robert Binkow,
'59 BAd.
Subchairmen chosen are: Lorna
Maguire, '60 6nd Larry Sherman,
'60, district pre-sale; Cyra Greene,
'60 and, Paul Leeds, '61, campus
pre-sale; Rosalind Farris, '60, and
Thomas Patterson, '60, properties
and personnel.
Other co-chairmn are: John
Bostater, '60, counting and collect-
ing; Gretchen Burgie, '60, secre-
tary.
Children's Party
Jewish' children of Ann Arbor
will have the opportunity to en-
joy movies, refreshments and
games at a party from 4 to 6 p.m.
Saturday at B'Nai B'Rith Hillel
Foundation.
The party, co-sponsored by Sig-
ma Delta Tau and Alpha Epsilon
Pi, is in celebration of Chanukkah,
a traditional Jewish historical
event.

HILLEL FOUNDATION
1429 H ill Street

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JANE CAROL ABESHOUSE
Abeshouse-Fel er
The engagement of Jane Carol
Abeshouse, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Benjamin S. Abeshouse of
Baltimore, Md., to Lt. (JG) Edwin
J Feiler, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin J. Feiler; Sr., of Savannah,
Ga., was announced recently.
Miss Abeshouse, a senior in the
School of Architecture and Design,
is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority, and Scroll, senior honor-
ary for affiliated women.
Mr. Feiler is a 1956 graduate of
Wharton School at the University
of Pennsylvania where he was a
member of Phi Epsilon Pi frater-
nity of Wharton School honor-
aries.
The couple plans to be married
Tune 15, 1958.
Craft-St. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Craft
of Owosso announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Ariel to
Richard St. John recently.

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Miss Craft is a-sophomore in the $29.95 included.
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First Baptist Church in Ann Arbor.
Miss Reck graduated from $he
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She was affiliated with Sigma Al-
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