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1TUESDA'Y, DECEMBER 3, 1944

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King Will Head Committee;
Ticket Sale Begins January 6;
Band To Be Announced Later
"Modernism" will be the theme of
the annual winter Engineering Ball
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day, Jan. 19, in the Union Ballroom.
The decorations, under the super-
vision of George Weesner, '41E, and
Robert Bishop, '41E, will be in keep-
ing with this idea consisting of vari-
ous geometric designs symbolizing
"the present mechanical age."
The style of decorations will be sim-
ilar to that used at the automotive
and mechanical exhibits at the New
York World's Fair and will include
models of gears, pistons, wheels and
other objects associated with engin-
eering.
Sale of tickets will' begin immedi-
ately after Christmas Vacation un-
der the direction of George Hogg,
'41E, and Don Hartwell, '41E. During
the first week tickets will be avail-
able only to students in the Engin-
eering College, general sale beginning
about Jan. 10.
Proceeds from the Ball, which is
sponsored by the Engineering Council,
wil be used to help sponsor "Open
House" in the College sometime in
April immediately preceding Spring
Vacation. At the "Open House" the
various departments and engineering
societies will give exhibitions of the
work they are doing.
As yet the name of the band that
will appear has not been announced
but, according to Edward King, '41E,
general chairman, "we know it will
be a good one." Clyde Lucas and his
orchestra played for the dance last
year.
The list of patrons will be an-
nounced in The Daily early next
week.
LEAGUE CALENDAR
Tues., 7:30 p.m.-Beginning <dance
class.
8:30 pm. - Advanced dance
class.
Wed., 4:45 p.m.-Assembly Board
Meeting.
Thurs., 5:00 p.m.-Petitioning for
Senior Ball arid Frosh Frol-
ic ends.
Fri., 4:00 p.m.--Chairmen of The-
atre Arts and assistants will
meet.
Fri., 3-5 p.m.-Interviewing for
Senior Ball and Frosh Frolic.

Dear Mother,
We just finished struggling through the first weekend since the end of
the football season ended, and although I studied all but two hours when
I went to a movie Sunday afternoon I have heard a lot about the silly things
people were doing in the guise of fun.
I was rather baffled about the whole thing, so I asked a fraternity boy
about it, and he admitted that the dances and hayrides and things like
that are really very dull. Then he grew confidential and said: "You know,
really, all these social events are held for just one purpose-we all want to
atain BMOC and BWOC status, and the best way to do that is to get our
names printed in the society column of The Daily." And do you know,
Mother, some people actually readrall that drivel that is printed about the
dances and things!
Fraternity Boy Makes Rounds *.*.
Anyhow, this fraternity boy was telling me how he had made the rounds,
of all the parties from Friday to Sunday. He said he went to a Vulcan-
Druid-Tau Beta Pi dance at the Delta Tau Delta house Friday night and
saw the following socialites there: Pete Brown and Jane
Pritchard, Jeff Hall and Peggy Gabriel, Ed King and
Bobby Curdes, Jack Harwood and Betty Ann Cattell and
Jim Winkler with Kay Dye.
Then he wandered over to the Soph Cabaret, where he
ran into Big Shots Bud Porter and Marjorie Risk, Howie
Wallach and Nathalie Lilienthal and Bob Wood withy
Janie Herrick. At the SAE house a little later he saw r
these eight of the Four Hundred of Ann Arbor: Joan
Clement with John Rust, Virginia Ward with Bob Burck-
halter, Betty Fariss with Carl Schlegel and Louisa Penny
with Fred McCracken.
I don't understand why he went there-it actually sounds as though it
might not be too boring-but the fraternity man admited tha he had been
to the Ballet Russe Friday night. I guess that the people he knew here-
Rosemary Lehman, Johnny Stamm, Paul Bonner and Harold Guetzgow-
had a tip that somebody from The Daily would be there.
lIe Was Respectale BMOC . . .
Saturday night, my friend said, he had a heck of a time getting around
-there was just too much doing for a poor, respectable BMOC. He went
to the Alpha Phi House first and had a chance to talk with Jeanne Kauf-
mann and Date Bob Bogle. He also saw Jeanne's little sister, Marge, with
Bob Edgerton, that smooth eastern boy, and Maya Gruz-
hit with Bill Elmer.
Then my chum wandered over to Stockwell Hall and
crashed the dance there. He didn't get very far there-
only people he saw before he was tossed out were Rita
Goldstein and Jerry Schneider and Bob Marx with Laura
Baird. Then as he passed the League he saw Bob Lovell and Mary Lyman
leaving after a lusciously boring time trying to win fame at Soph Cabaret.
They were very happy, because they had been seen by a girl on the women's
staff of The Daily. At that point, Mother, my acquaintance grew very sad
-he remembered that he had seen Dorothy Bogert out with some fellow he.
didn't know-so he couldn't snub him.
ociey Goes To Barn Dance,. ..
Well, my chum also stopped in at the Wolverine, where he noticed Pub-
licity Hounds Don Counihan, Betty Prindiville, Burns Huttlinger and June
McPherson. Then he dropped in on the Phi Sigma Delta barn dance and
talked a while with socially prominent Mim Rubin, Jack Spitalny, Bee
Swimmer and Orville Lefko.
Well, Mother darling, I have to study some more now to make up for
the time I spent in the movie Sunday afternoon. You'd better reread all
those names the fraternity man told me about. Most of them will get into
The Daily, he said, and then the people will be very Socially Prom.: nt and
Big Shots and True Successes In Every Field Of Eendeavor In Life.
Lovingly and studiously,
Bascomb.

Holiday Theme
To Be Featured
At Soph Prom
A toy shop and Santa Claus will
greet all guests of Soph Prom from
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Dec. 13 in the Union
Ballroom, John Rust, chairman of the
decorations committee, announced.
The entrance to the ballroom will
be transformed into the door-way of
a toy shop, with a rustic over-hang-
ing roof. Windows on each side of
the door will be filled with toys to
add to the toy-shop effect,
A huge portrait of Santa Claus,
placed behind the bandstand, will
greet the guests as they enter the
ballroom. A fire in the fire place
with stockings hanging before it in
preparation for Santa and a large
Christmas tree at the opposite end of
the ballroom decorated from top to
bottom will add to the Christmas
spirit.
Manequins dressed as elves will be
seen leaning over the balconies spy-
ing on the activities below.
The final sale of tickets for the
dance will be held from 2 p.m. to 5
p.m. today in the lobby of the Union
and students are urged to remember
that this will be their last opportunity
to purchase tickets.
Bob Chester and his orchestra will
provide a combination of musical,
tempos to satisfy the dancing pleasure
of all guests. The band was selected
in an all campus vote and will have
as feature vocalist Betty Bradley.
Members of the central committee
for the annual prom include: Buck
Dawson, Bernard Hendel, William De-
Courcy, John Rust, Jeanne Clare,
Ruth Willets, Homer Swander and
Theo Sharp.
Three Committees
For 1940 JQP
To Meet Today
Three committees for Junior Girls
Play have their initial meetings
sc-heduled for today; these are prop-
erties, finance and scenery.
At 4:30 p.m. the properties com-
mittee, under Elaine Fisher will be-
gin work in the League. All those
junior women who plan on working
on this committee, should attend the
meeting. Eligibility cards must be
presented for signing. Notice as to
the room where the meeting will be
held will be posted on the bulletin
board of the League.
Meeting at 5 p.m. is the finance
committee, under Margaret Sanford.
There is still time for women to join
this committee, Miss Sanford states.
If you couldn't get to the mass meet-
ing last Tuesday to sign up for com-
mittees, come to the meeting today,
and you may join. The finance com-
mittee will be a large committee, with
an important job to do-in fact it
is the practical backbone of the pro-
duction.
No experience is necessary, which
makes it a boon to the girl who hasn't
the time or desire to try out for a
speaking part. The place of the meet-
ing will be announced on the bulletin
board. Eligibility cards must bepre-
sented before any work can be start-
ed.
Also meeting at 5 p.m. today will be
the scenery committee, Virginia Frey,
chairman, announced. Notice of this
meeting place will be listed on the
bulletin board of the League with the
other notices for different committees.

Al Kavelin W
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Al Kavelin and his "Cascading
Chords" orchestra will furnish the
music for Panhellenic Ball which will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the League Ballroom replacing
Mitchell Ayres, who will be unable
to keep his engagement for the
dance, Grace Miller, '42, chairman
of the music committee, announced.
Kavelin, writer of "I Give You My
Word", graduated from the Royal
Verdi Conservatory in Milan, Italy
and attracted much attention in this
country with his violin. After the
completion of his first concert sea-
son he organized his own dance or-
chestra, preferring the tempo of mod-
Rrn dance music, and achieved im-
mediate success.
With his appreciation of the clas-
sical music and sheer artistry, Kave-
lin is able to blend the classical into
the popular music. Realizing that
the public changes its moods daily
he intersperses tangos, boleros, cari-
ocas and rhumbas with the latest
"swing" arrangements.
In the past three years Kavelin and
his orchestra have filled engagements
at the Blackstone Hotel, Chicago;
League Will Be
Scene Of H ill el
Winter Frolic
Foundation Members Will Be
Admitted Free; Others To Pay
$1.25; Max Grosman To Play
Patrons and patronesses have been
announced for the annual Hillel Win-
ter Frolic which will be held from 9]
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League :Ballroom.
Guests at the informal dance in-]
clude Dr. and Mrs. Edward W. Blake-
man, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Sacks, Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Nelken, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs.
Osias Zwerdling, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Kessel and Mr. and Mrs. M. Levy.
Other chaperons will be Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Bothman and Mr. and
Mrs. L. Cannon of Toledo, Laura
Katzenel, '41Ed, general chairman,
announced.
Max Grosman and his orchestra
will provide the musical background
for dancing. The Frolic will be open
without charge to all members of the
Foundation on the presentation of
one membership card and the bear-
er's identification card at the door o
the ballroom the night of the dance.
Admission to non-members will be
$1.25.
Small corsages of roses and carna-
tions will be sold at the Frolic for the
benefit of the Jewish National Fund.
The flowers will be sold at the door
by Miriam Rubin, '41, chairman of
the flower committee.
Other members of the committee
making plans for the affair are Sylvia{
Casper, '42, Charlotte Kaufman, '42,
and Martin Dworkis, Grad.
Wedding Announced
The wedding of Margaret Oliver,
'39, of Detroit to Conrad Wronski, '37,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Wron-
ski of Los Angeles took place in Los
Angeles on Nov. 13.
FRIENDLY SERVICE

SAVES TIME AND MONEY
Ao0tal
Tlegraph
CHARGES 1OR TELEGRAMS
PHONED IN APPEAR ON YOUR
TELEPHONE BILL.

Jill Replace Ayres
{aestro At Panhellenic Ball

AL KAVELIN
Waldorf-Astoria, New York; Book
Cadillac, Detroit; Peabody, Mem-
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phis; Castle Farms, Cincinpati, and
the Essex House, New York.
The sale of tickets for the dance
will be open from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
today in the lobby of the League.
It will be the final sale and any
woman on campus desiring a ticket
may purchase it at that time.
A New York excursion and a party
on the starlite roof of the "Panhel-
lenic Hotel" will serve as the theme
for the dance. Palm trees, a low
wall, and a sky line of neon lights
and twinkling stars will form the
background and atmosphere for the
dance. The featured event of the
evening will be a "Sweetheart Waltz"
in which all women who have fra-
ternity pins will dance to the accom-
paniment of a medley of sorority
sweetheart songs.
Free Coke Bar
To Be In Union
Dancing, Bridge To Be Offered
To Guests At Mid-Week Session
Midsemesters are over now, so
there need be no guilty consciences
about attending the mid-week session
of the Union Coke Bar, which will be
held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to-
day in the small ballroom of the
Union.
There will be dancing to recorded
musicrthe latest in swing and sweet,
in the small ballroom, with free cokes
and other refreshments offered on
the terrace, opening off the ballroom.
Jane Connell, '42, will be hostess this
week, Dick Strain, '42, social co-chair-
man of the Union, announces.
Specially invited groups this week
are Pi Beta Phi, Collegiate Sorosis,
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Gamma° Delta,
Wenley House, Prescott House, and
Helen Newberry. The Coke Bar is
now a permanent feature of the
Union's weekly social events.
Besides dancing and refreshments,
there will be tables of bridge on the
terrace. Admission will be 10 cents
for each man; women will be admit-
ted free.

ITennis

Singles

To End Today,
No unknown contestants will be
on the Sports Building tennis courts
at 6 p.m. today when Sally Sessions,
'44, and Jean Johnson, '42, meet to
decide the winner of the 1940 tennis
singles championship; both women
have long sports records and titles to
back up the fact that theye have
reached the finals of the tournament.
Miss Sessions, who got her pre-
liminary training in Interlaken, N.
Muskegon, won the State Novice
Tournament, 1939, title, the city title
of Greater Muskegon for 1940, and
the 1939 West Michigan tennis crown.
It was in the State Novice tourna-
ment that Miss Sessions anduMiss
Johnson met once before; the latter

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was forced out in the quarter-finals.
Miss Johnson, who reached the
finals of last year's singles whch *
were not played off, calls Iron Moun- * Make Christmas
tam her home. Among her trophies ! 0
are the Upper Peninsular Girls'e
Championship for 1939, and the Uni- * Mean More with *
versify mixed doubles title, 1939,*0
which was won with Robert Van F ratern i ty Jewelry :
Nordstrand.!!
Alpha Chi Omega claims Jean
Johnson on its membership list, while from
Sally Sessions belongs to Gamma Phi
Beta. RUTH ANN OAKES
To Hold Meeting
There will be a meeting of the cen- * Burr, Patterson & Auld
tral committee for Assembly's infor- ! 1209 South University
mal dance, "X-mas X-press" at 4:15 * 0
p.m. Wednesday in the Council Room 0
of the League.

Thursday Will Mark
Frosh Frolic, Senior
Ball Petition Deadline
Official deadline for petitioning
for Frosh Frolic and Senior Ball com-
mittee positions has been announced
as 5 p.m. Thursday, according to
Doris Merker, '41, chairman of Judi-
iary Council. Interviewing of those
who have petitioned will be held from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.
Petition blanks and instruction
sheets may be obtained in the League
Undergraduate Office. Petitions must
be submitted with 25 signatures of in-
dividuals in the student's own class
and college.

Ticket Sale To Begin
For Assembly Dance
Tickets for Assembly's annual in-
formal dance to be given Friday,
Dec. 13 in the League, are on sale
today at the Union and League desks,
the Parrot, and the West Quadrangle,
and will continue to be sold until the
dance takes place.
Bids for the affair are priced at
$1.00 a couple and contrary to the
tradition of other years, the tickets
will be sold to men instead of women.
There will be tickets available at the
door the night of the affair.
Union Will Present
Recording Concert
The second in a series of Union
classical recording hours is the con-
cert from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow
in Room 302 of the Union.
These concerts will be presented
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
in the Union. Mondays and Fridays
they will be held in the terrace of
the Union, and Wednesdays in Room
302, as announced. Everyone is wel-
come to attend.

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Get Your Tickets Early!
1941 Mimes Union Opeira
"TAKE "A AN-UMBR"
Wed. thru Sat., Dec. 11, 12, 13, 14
Matinee performance Sat., Dec. 14th
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
Tickets: $1.00 and 75c

Hobart-Ga rretsen
Engagement Told
Prof. and Mrs. Dean E. Hobart of
Ann Arbor recently announced the
engagement of, their daughter, Mer-
dia, '39, to Mr. Robert Crane Garret-
ten, '40. Mr. Garretsen is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eilber J. Garretsen of
Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. Garretsen attended
the University of Illinois before com-
ing to Michigan where he was af-
filiated with Delta Upsilon fraternity.

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Skirits
Mittens
Sweaters
Jackets
Sca rfs
Low quotations on
mix-your-own winter
sports costumes . .
grand for you, grand
for Christmas gifts.

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DANCES WILL HIGH LIGHT THE COMING WEEKS - A GOOD bANCE BAND
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