Will Carry Out
Yellow And Blue Tapers,
Bittersweet And Flowers
To Decorate Ballroom
Decorations carry-iig out a fall
theme will be used at the annual
Union formal which will be held from
9 to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the ballroom
of the League, Don Nixon, '40, pub-
licity chairman announced.
Blue and yellow tapers will be
placed on the tables throughout the
ballroom and the Michigan Union
Seal will be hung over the fireplace.
The tables will be decorated with
bittersweet and oak brown, and the
chaperons' table will have cut flow-
ers on them in addition to the motif
carried out on the rest of thy: tables.
Supper will be served the guests at
11 p.m. and rrservatiorts are being
taken so that groups may sit to-
gether, Nixon said. There are a
limited number of tickets left for
the dance and reservations may still
be made, he added.
Following the supper a three-act
floor show will be presented featur-
ing Spec and Spot, famous unicly-
cists from vaudeville circuits. The
second act will star Chaz Chase, pan-
tomine artist, who is a former Earl
Carroll Vanities star and has also
lately co-starred with Jimmy Durante
in a Hollywood production.
The concluding act on the program
will be a girl tap dancer from New
York, who will complete the three-
act program, Hadley Smith, '40,
chairman of the program committee
The formal is the first one among
social events of the school year and
275 couples are expected to attend,
Band To Play Here
Ppe S! Conunil-tee 1s~jj Sweysr To Swing
Plea For Handlebar Moustache A evHvnHl
By MAYA GRUHZIT
Carrots . . . ? They've got them.
Ermine . . . ? they've got that too.
But a spinning wheel . . . ? Just a
plain old fashioned spinning wheel,
one of those things which looks like a
few pieces of wood that got together
to have some fun Hasn't anybody
one of those things which they could
If such an object could be found,
it certainly would cause dramatic
circles to relax, the properties com-
mittee for "Rumpelstiltskin" in par-
ticular. The play is being produced
by the Childrens' Theatre this Fri-
day and Saturday for the benefit of
Ann Arbor children, and it manages
to include not only the oddest but
the most unattainable articles on. its
Fiddle Player Wanted
And whoever saw a king without t yg slixet Doubles Matches
fanfare? That's why the prop com-ISaturdays football game is merely
mittee is getting gray hair. Mothers, the first of three Yale - Michigan Wil .Be This Week-End
if you want Johnny who can play the battles on schedule. The second will
bugle or a trumpet so distinctively, be between the two university bands, With the semi-finals and finals of
aged three to thirty, to crash the and the third between a Yale and a the largest mixed doubles tourna-
gates of fame, here's his start, and Icment ever held on campus scheduled
if anyone else wants to exercise his Michigan dance orchestra.
talent in such directions, go right Bill Sawyers Michigan and will for Saturday and Sunday afternoons,
up to Richard McElvy, Grad., direc- oppose Newt Perry's Yale Collegians local tennis enthusiasts are expecting
tor of "Rumpelstiltskin" and an- in an after game swing session to be to see some of the best matches of
Who, in Ann Arbor, wears a
* handlebar moustache? Well, if you
Committeemen can play a fiddle, you have a job as
an actor. However, if you do play
Are Announced 1the fiddle but haven't attained the
distinction of a handlebar moustache,
don't be discouraged. Come around
Physical Education School and check off the committee's second
item. You don't know how easy it is
Plans Picnic On Island to play with a card board moustache
drooping down on your shoulder.
There wil be a picnic for all physi-
cal education majors, minors, faculty
members, and graduate students,1
Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. at the'
Island, Mary Katherine Burns, '39,
publicity chairman, announced today.'
Co-chairmen for the picnic, which
is being sponsoed by the Physical
Education F8 class, are Harold Nich-
ols, '39, and Sally Orr, '40. Tickets to I
be sold at 25 cents may be obtainedj
from any members of the class.
Philip Balyeat, '39Ed, is chairman
of the Tickets Committee, and is
assisted by John Brennan, '39, Russell
Dobson, '40, Mary May Scoville, '40,
and Elaine Bergers, '40.
The program committee is headed
by Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40, and
cqnsists of Jerome Zubon, '39, Sol
Sobsey, '39, and Edward Christy, '39.
Pauline Vihtilic, '40, is chairman of
the food committee, and is assisted
by Mary Richardson, '40, Frances
Anderson, '40, Marian Weiss, '40,
Larry Luoto, '40, William Bucking-
ham, '39, John Barrie, '40, and Leslie
Golf Winners Determined
In Mixed Doubles Sunday
The winners of the mixed doubles
golf tournament which was held at
2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16 at the Univer-
sity Golf course were Midge Everett,
'41, and Robert Ferries, '40, with a
ow score of 82 for the 18 holes.
Kenneth McCarren, '41, and Mar-
jorie Kern, '41, took second place
with a score of 84.
Dormitory Board To Give
Martha Cook Fall Dance
Pumpkins and cornstalks will dec-
orate the blue room of the Martha
Cook building at their first fall dance
Saturday, which will be given by the
Board of Governors of the dormitory.
Jimmy Fisher's orchestra will fur-
nish the music.
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Tickets Sold Today
Ticket sales for the annual Inter-
fraternity Ball, to be held from 9i
p.m. to 1, p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, in the
Intramural Building, begin today,
Thomas Adams, Jr., '40, publicity
chairman for the dance annouced.
Tickets are priced at three dollars,
and can be obtained from 3 to 6 p.m.,
today at the Union desk. Their sale
will be limited to 800.
Orin Tucker, and Jack Denny will
furnish the' music for the dance.
Tucker organized his orchestra three
years ago, and played at the Spanish
Gardens in Chicago during the
World's Fair. Since then he has
played at the Palmer House in Chi-
cago, the Netherland.Plaza in Cin-
cinnati, and most recently at the
Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago.
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