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THE MICHIGAN DALLY

Masters And

Orchestra

Will Play

For Soph

Prom

Band Replaces
Osborne Dec. 9
At Class Dance
Ticket .Sale Opens Today
At 2 P.M. At Union Desk
For Sophomores Only
Frankie Masters and his orches-t
tra will play for Soph Prom Friday,'
Dec. 9, instead of Will Osborne as
was previously announced, Roberta
Crane, '41, chairman of the dance,t
said yesterday. .
Osborne is unable to fulfill the en-
gagement since he is playing in Hag-
erstown, Maryland, Dec. 8, and be- i
cause of road conditions and the
probabilityt'of adverse6weather will
be unable to make the 600 :mile jour-1
ney to play in Ann Arbor the next
night.
Masters has just completed a six1
months engagement at the College1
Inn, Chicago. His band was organized1
fourteen years ago and has played
at the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chica-
go, and also in St. Paul, New Orleans
and Memphis. At the present time
he is also featured on a weekly radio
program, Crane said.
Marian Francis is the vocalist with
the band, which is made up of four
saxophones, three brass and four
rhythm instruments with a fiddle
being featured at times.
The ticket sale begins today from i
2 to 5 p.m. at the Union desk. The
sale today and tomorrow will be open
to sophomores only and will be
opened to all classes Friday. The
tickets will be priced at $2.50. Sopho-
mores must present their identifi-
cation cards to get their tickets, Crane
said.
Several special features have been
planned in the way of entertainment,
Crane said, including the "Gargoyle
Goes to a Party" project, for which
a section of the next issue of the
Gargoyle will be used. The other plans
will be announced later.
Patrons Listed
To Be Present
At '41 Cabaret
Mass Meeting To Be Held
Today For Instructions
By Hostess Chairman
The patrons for "Deep Sea
Doodles," Sophomore Cabaret, were
announced yesterday by Jeanne Davis,
'41, assistant chairman of the Cab-
aret.
Included on the list are Pres. and
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
Miss Jeannette Perry, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof.
and Mrs. Philip Bursley, Prof, and
Mrs. Vernor W. Crane, Prof. and Mrs.
Richard Hollister, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
ber Humphreys, Prof. and Mrs. Karl
Litzenberg, and Prof. and Mrs.
Charles Sink.
Also among the patrons are Mrs.
Beryl Bacher, Dr. William Brace,
Mrs. Paul Cuncannon, Mr. and Mrs.
Harlow Heneman, Mrs. Helen Mott,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pratov, and Mrs.
Martha Raye.
There will be a mass meeting at 5
pm. today at the League of all sopho-
more women interested in being
hostesses at the cabaret, whether or
not they have signed up. Betty Lip-
ton, '41, chairman of the hostess
committee, especially stressed the fact
that all those who did sign up must
be present at this meeting.
Betty Stout, '41, chairman of the
decorations committee, urged any

women who can to come and help
with decorations every afternoon or
evening possible at the League. The
committee is working in Room 5 in
the basement.
Party To Be Given
By Hillel Foundation

Leg-o'-Mutton Sleeves, Pirates
Appear Out Of Bottles Of I
Opportunity For Fantastic they are to be very unusual cr
They are very good-natur
y happy in contrast to mostt
'The Kindly Pirate' breed, and each has some wl
trait borne out in the props s
'"The Kindly Pirate' gives an op- Another surprise feature wi
Marionette show for which c
portunity for anything and every- Iof some undisclosed charact
thing in costumes," Faith Watkins, been made.
'39, senior costume adviser and de- All costumes have been des!
signer, said yesterday. The simplest Miss Watkins and made un
are period costumes of the 1890's with direction and that of Mirian
their leg-o'-mutton sleeves and full '40Ed, her assistant. Most of
sk ts, with pirates, witches and time- tumes could never be recog
less, fantastic figures giving wide having appeared several ti
range for color and imaginative ef- Soph Cabaret, J.G.P., or other
fects.
The title character of the Chi.-projects; the committee rips
dren's Theatre play to be given hias it sews, Miss Watkins sa
Friday andSaturdayisoneoftht quarts of dye have been use
fantasies and he will appear to come material is a cause for celc
and it has included everythij
from the colorful cavalier days: big meatwrapping paper to hey
plumed hat, fitted coat, frill at ITs holstry and "miles of chees
throat and all. The pirates will wear
tricorn hats and have individual co- S
tumes to fit their names of Cutlass, In contrast to the arranger
Scarface, Scupper and One-eye. "Rumplestiltskin," the costu
Witches To Be A Surprise this production will be carrie
"But the witches are really-," Miss subdued colors. Special eff
Watkins started. And then she ;t~i- be attained through the light
ped, saying that they're to be a str- set colors will be brilliant.
prise. Aside from their long and The Lydia Mendelssohn be
flowing grey gowns and witches caps, will be open from 10 a.m. t(

Dye
eatures
ed andf
of their
him.ical
he uises.
ll be a
ostunesI
efr have!
gned by
der her
n bold,
the cos-
nized as
;imes in
r League
as much
ays, and
'd. New
obration,
ing from
avy up-
e-cloth."
Jsed
ment for
mes for
d out in
ects will
ing, and
ox 'office
o 6 p.m.

Good Posture
T Be The

Women To Deate
WisconinMnday

P

osis Alumnae Award for the best scholastic record,-of the
Ring For Record Merits This is the first year that this
The Collegiate Sorosis alumnae pre- awaid has been given. Thewinner
wears the . ring for the remainder of
sented agold ring with the SorosisAheyv g ophom o e ne ollow
symbol on it to Elizabeth Ann Vedder, j ing fall it is presented to the sopho-
j'41. of *Ann Arbor, Mon d'~y evening, more woman fo the next class.

Women debaters will meet their3
first Big Ten opponents here. at 4j
0f Figure Talk $ "n
Of FigureTidk p.m. Monday, Dec. 12, in the Grand
Rapids Room of the Michigan League
Helpful instructions on how to when they encounter the University
eliminate the "half-barrel bulge" and of Wisconsin on the iuestion, "Re-
solved: That the Principles of the To-
how to obtain grace and ease in Car- talitarian State Are Desirable." .
riage will be given by Miss Iorothy Katherine Schultz, '39, and Bar-
Belse, of the women's physical edu- bara Newton, '41, are preparing the
cation department, at "Figure Pa- affirmative argument under the di-
shions," to be held at 4:30 p.m. to- fiction of Mrs. Frederic 0. Ciandall,
morrow in the Women's Athletic women's debate coach. The debate
Building. is being sponsored by the League.
"Years ago, when bustles and very
full skirts were in vogue, it was im- cation for women, will comment on
possible to tell how a person was clothes and their relation to posture
standing, but with the styles we haye and carriage from a imedical stand-
today carriage and posture can make point.
clothes either attractive or unattrac- Dean Alice C. L1yd, Mrs. Alexan-

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tive," Miss Beise said. der G. Ruthven, Dr. Bell, Miss Ethel
Miss Beise will comment on the McCormick, social director of the
clothes modeled at the fashion show, League, and Miss Laurie Campbell, of
stressing the way in which clothes the women's physical education de-
may affect posture and posture in partment, will act as advisers to up-
turn may affect clothes. Dr. Mar- perclasshnen Who w sh individual pos-
garet Bell, director of physical edu- ture ratings.
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Booths. Will Be
New, Exciting
At League Fair
The 1938 League Fair opens with
a bang Friday night, as all the smooth

daily, and Richard McKelvey, Grad.
author and director, reminds holders
of season tickets that stubs must be
exchanged for reserved seat tickets.
475 Expected
At Tea Dance
To Be Today

and lovelies on campus shed their so-
phistication and proceed to act the IThe second Panhellenic-Interfra-
part of fortune tellers, barkers, dart- ternity tea dance will be held from 4
throwers and other like characters of p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the League
the carnival world . Ballroom, Ella Stowe, '40, chairman,
Among the booths at the fair will announced yesterday. Charlie Zwick's
orchestra will play.
be a quiet little game of penny-pitch- No one will be permitted to enter
ing; a roulette wheel; Queen Nep- the ballroom without a ticket, Miss
tunia, the psychic seer of the sec- Stowe said. Due to the over-crowded
ond sight; a punch board and the conditions at the first dance, the
refreshment concession, known as number will be restricted to 475. 250
"The Sand Bar." tickets have been sold to men at 25
Those who are hot at shooting cents and 225 have been distributed
craps will have a chance to win cig- among the sororities free of charge.
arettes in a dice game. There will be Bob Canning, '39, will again di-
a place to heave tennis balls at milk rect the circle dances, and prizes will
bottles, and the traditional "James, be given to the fraternity and soror-
The Butler," at whom one throws ity who have the largest number at-
rings. Dart-throwing, with a bonus tending.
for hitting a campus character, and The tea dance committee, headed
bingo are also included. by 15iss Stowe, consists of Barbara
The main event of the Fair will Benedict, '40, Panhellenic representa-
be the awarding of the combination tive, and Jim Grace, '40, Interfrater-
radio and phonograph currently on nity representative. The marked suc-
display in a local bookstore. It is a cess which attended the first dance
Zenith armchair modeT retailing at has resulted in a regular schedule of
$100, and will be given tq the holder dances of this sort to be held through-
of the lucky raffle ticket. out the year.

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Larry Morse's Orchestra will play,
and the Hillel Players and a male
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guests. The hall will be decorated
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The patrons will be Professor and
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