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Union Ballroom Tonight
Club Wolverine Will Give Final
Fling, Floor Show And Dancing
Christmas spirit has entered into
the heart of the Wolverine; the Club
Wolverine, opening as usual from
8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow, is cal-
culated to outdo itself for the last
fling before vacation.
Each couple will receive Christmas
favors at the door. Decorations will
carry out all the traditional colors
and symbols of Christmas, and a few'
more. There will be dancing, re-
freshments, and a floor show.
Dean and Catherine Figg, dance
team, are being imported from De-
troit to entertain at the Club, with
both tap and adagio dancing. How-
ever, dancing skill will not be ac-
knowledged in this way alone; there
will be a prize offered at the end of
Tn casuals with
PORK PIE CROWNS
22 and 23 lead sizes
Michigan Theatre Bldg.
523 East Liberty St.
an elimination dance, for the best
This will be by no means a jitter-
bug contest; grace and precision at
straight every-day dancing will count
just as much as innovation, says
Michael Massa, '42, who is the chair-
man in charge of this affair.
Working under Massa are Wilbur
Nordstrom, '42E, and Arthur Kipka.
After the Christmas holidays the reg-
ular Saturday night openings of the
Club Wolverine will continue as usu-
al. For this week-end's dance, as for
all others, reservations may be ob-
tained by telephoning the Wolverine,
or stopping by at the Wolverine desk.
There will be a slight minimum
Of 'Puddle Jump'
"Puddle Jump" sans the original
April Showers, was revived in mem-
ory yesterday, when the original 1942
Frosh Project committee met to cele-
brate its second Christmas party.
Miss Ethel McCormick, social di-
rector of the League, was guest of
the junior reminiseers and discussed
means of helping subsequent Fresh-
man Projects over the first diffi-
Christmas gifts were exchanged by
the members, and Betty Fariss gave
a short welcoming talk to the lunch-
Atmosphere Will Be A Toyshop
Where Santa Claus Is To Reign,
Refreshments To Be Served
Renewing their faith in Santa
'Taus and bringing the old gent out
3f the mythical sphere, members of
the central committee of Soph Prom
ind their guests will dance from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. tonight in the Union
General chairman Bernard Hendel
will have as his guest Constance
3othman, '43A, and William Daw-
;on. chairman of publicity, will at-
tend with June Gustafson, '44. Theo
Sharp, ticket chairman, will accom-
2any Mary Louise Knapp, '43SM.
Homer Swander, who is in charge
of the music for the ball, will have
is his guest Olive Jean Royce of Ann
arbor and decoration chairman John
Rust will attend with Barbara Car-
ritte, '43A. William DeCourcy, fi-
nance chairman, and Bettyanne Hei-
breder. '44, will attend the dance to-
gether and Ruth Willits, chairman of
the patrons committee, will be ac-
companied by John Lehner, '41E.
Nelson Davis of Pontiac will accom-
pany Jeanne Clare, chairman of pro-
Bob Chester To Play
Bob Chester, "The Cinderella man
of swing music", will provide a com-
bination of all tempos, sweet, swing,
dreamy, for the dancing pleasure of
the members of the sophomore class
and their guests. Chester was se-
lected in an all-campus election, re-
ceiving the majority of votes. Chester
proves his popularity by leading with
726 votes out of a possible 1000.
Ballroom Has Decorations
An over-hanging rustic roof will
transform the entrance of the ball-
room into the doorway of a toy shop
and windows on each side of the
door filled with toys will add to the
t io Lead Prom
Union Will Present
In Rainbow Room
Jingle Ball, traditional Union
Christmas dance, will be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
Union's Rainbow Room featuring the
music of Bill Sawyer and his orches-
"A goodly array of door prizes will
be offered at the dance," according
to Dick Scherling, '42, social chair-
man, "including boxes of candy,
dance passes, cartons of cigarettes
and dinner tickets."
Following the truespirit of Christ-
mas with "good will to men," free
candy will be presented to each couple
that attends. The Ball Room will
be appropriately decorated for the
occasion with tinsel and red and green
221 S. Main St.
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"; ANCE BOTHMAN
Say '4Warmest Wishes"
She'll be a hearth-throb in one
of these sweepingly skirted
housecoats in quilted satin or
in a tailored crepe that can al-
most double for a dinner gown.
Pamper her this year with a
beautiful robe. 12-20.
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$3.95 to $10.95
A smart handbag, gloves, brilliant cos-
tume jewelry, hosiery, belts . . , are
wearables she's sure to appreciate.
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brief talk by Mr. Werner Striedieck
on "Heiteres aus der Wissenschaft."
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold no
regular meeting next week. Instead
"Alla en el Rancho Grande," a musi-
cal comedy, will be shown at the Lydia
Mendelssohn on Monday, December
16, at 8:15 p.m. Also Senorita Car-
men Barrenas will interpret Spanish
folk dances, accompanied by Mr. Jos-
eph Kentz. Small charge. Everyone
Graduate Outing Club will meet
Sunday, Dec. 15, at 2:30 p.m. in Rack-
ham School (use northwest rear en-
trance). Short business meeting fol-
lowed by ice-skatng at Coliseum and
hiking. Supper in clubroom. All
graduate students and faculty invit-
Ski Movies will be shown Satur-
day, Dec. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre, in sound
and color of Dick Durrance and other
world famous skiers, showing the
fundamentals of skiing. All inter-
ested are invited. No charge.
Suomi Club meeting Saturday, Dec.
14, at 8:00 p.m. at the League.
Saturday Luncheon Group meets
Saturday at 12:15 p.m. in Lane Hall.
H oliday irpmt
As December 2 nd Sana Ciau<
comes closer and 71r t spr
of the holida" S i d
the fratrnities a e n
form of Xmas danp
Members of A7 ncma TI
will hold their annt 1Leg foumal
from 9 pa. Ia 3 m. 1oday. Biii
McKay and hi. ,..7e ..a wl pla.
for the dc' ad 7 s
Robert Williams, Dr. and sA
Smith and Mis. Jame Lhenan will
act as chapewon.
Christmas decora...n wildl add to
the festivity (z th1 .d ' orma1
being presented tyay (y Aha SO>
ma. Phi. Earl St ven Il play for
the dance, and apons will be
Dean Ivan C. C raw or, Prof. Jame
M. Plummer nd sD
Santa Clan2 in th p s of Pete
Haller, '42, wil in adv the Ci Phi
dinner party tori. He wil1 carry
a bag full of gift',-s "i :e11 di
tribute. After diner te guests will
adjourn to the UnA. to take in scph
Chi Psi wv,(
at 7:30 p.m.
be Mr. and . a
Mr. and M s.
don Hardy wi
A Chriscmas ral wi'1 be held
from 9 p.m. to a.. ay at the
Delta Tai De a ho T chaper-
ons for the evenin a ' 1 2Jefr. and
Mrs. Jeffers Deler and Mr. and
Mrs. William N 'k I wit Max
Crossman's orchesraviding the
The pledge ooma me n held at
the Kappa Nsi hui iLl a my out
the theme of bad k an F a tv e
13th. Bill Gail il ay -r 1he dance
and Dr. and Mrs. ama-l Goudsmit.
Mr. and Mrs. nann. lessl, and
Mr. and M1. Samne_ Kahlenberg
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No Charge for Gift Wrapping
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After all is said and done, a box
of STOCKING alays strikes
the spot. We pu hen u in a
nice gift box -- e-xta vales and
69c to $1.00
BLOUSES are polar ifts this
year; just received a new ship-
ment of sheer biouses in pastel
shades, short and ond sleeves,
THE PREAMBLE TO WINTER WEATHER is almost finished so it's time for
you snow and ice sports enthusiasts to make out a list entitled WHAT TO WEAR
SKIING, SKATING, AND JUST HAVING FUN IN THE SNOW. For waltzing
over the ice and cutting figures, you'll need a flared skirt and shirt in gaily contrast-
ing reds and white. Ski pants are different this year in longer lasting, neater gabar-
dine. A bright jacket with a warm hood is the new fashion note for winter. Splashy.
plaid jackets are still great favorites, and cozy mittens are an absolute necessity.