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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Be

Announced

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Meeting

Tuesday

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Fort Custer Men To Be
- At Annual Sophom
Guests of honor at Sophomore three divisi
Cabaret December 5 and 6 will be col- theme as in
lege men now )stationed at Fort Cus- The main
ter, Laura Vial, chairman of the dat- all splendor
ing bureau has announced, and wom- sophisticate
played by H
en who put in special requests at the dominantlys
dating bureau will be assigned to ac- in contrast,
company them, swing musi,
Offices of the dating bureau for band. Ineac
both men and women will open Tues- dancing ther
day from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at show during
the Union and League respectively, A game ro
and will continue daily. Ticket sales "Monte Carl(
will open tomorrow at the desks of center of int
the Union and League, Esther Stevens, Tags will b
ticket chairman, announced. omore girls
Plans for the cabaret are progress- sorority hou
living elsewh
ing along the theme of a real cabaret, at the Leag
with variety of atmosphere in the 6 p.m.

Quests AuthorToGive
ore Cabaret]Brief Resume

ons, but no secondary
former years.
ballroom, decorated in
, will be the scene of
d dancing, with music
Kerb Miller's band pre-
sweet. The Cotton Club,
will be full of rhythmic
ic played by another
ch of the two centers of
e will be a suitable floor
the intermission.
oom, to be known as* the
o room," will be the third
serest.
be distributed to all soph-
living in dormitories or
ses tomorrow. Any girl
here mayesecure her tag
;ue betweerr 4 p.m. and

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"THE' STITCHING GOES ROUND A'ND ROUND
MOULDING YOUR BUST EVERY INCH OF THE WAY"
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"The,, Net HOLUMETTE Whirlpool
"USED XCLUSIVELY IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES"
A new adoption of V-Este featuring a "V" band of
power net Lastex for the woman who has distended
ribs or a full diaphragm, giving perfect comfort with
no sacrifice of su.6port.
IN THREE FIGURE TYPES
1 Junior, to make much out of little.
{"". Average, to make a good thing better by.
adequate support.
3. Large, to minimize fullness.,."" $1.75 up

Of Play's Plot1
Marcia Elkins, Jean Fairenbach
And Connie Gilbertson To Sing
Trio Arrangement Of Pep Song,
Winner of the 1942 JGP script will
be revealed Tuesday, when all junior
women gather at 4:15 p.m. in the
League ballroom for mass meeting,'
Mary Lou Ewing, general chairman,
announced.
This is the second mass meeting
of juniors wishing to take part in the
Junior Girls Play, and the purpose of
it is to introduce the author of the
chosen script. She will be presented
after an introductory speech by Miss
Ewing.
Trio To Sing Pep Song
While members of the central com-
mittee deem, it expedient to keep a
more detailed explanation of the play
for a later date, the authoress will I
give a brief outline of the plot and
synopsis. This will give those attend-
ing the meeting a specific idea asp to
what work on each committee will
entail.
One of the features of the meeting
will be a trio arrangement of a song
written by Barbara de Fries, music
chairman. This modified pep song
urging everyone to come out and get
to work and at the same time de-
picting the glories of JGP, will be
sung by Connie Gilbertson, assistant
music chairman, and Marcia Elkins
and Jean Fairenbach, members of
the commnittee.
Meeting Is Important
Other members of the central com-
mittee are Mary Ellen Alt, ushers,
Margaret Brown, patrons, Lorraine
Dalzen and Jean Ranahan, co-chair-
men of dance, Nancy Filstrup, prop-
erties, Catherine Jones, costumes,
Janet Lewin, publicity, Barbara Mc-
Laughlin, recorder, ,Eleanor Rake-
straw, finance, Frances Ramsdell,
scenery, Marjorie Storkan,;? book-
holder, Charlotte Thompson, pro-
grams, and Marjorie Green, tickets.
Presented early in the second sem-
ester, JGP is an annual dramatic
production -given by the Junior wo-
men, m through the League. Every
member of that class is invited to
take part in the affair in some way.
It is important, Miss Ewing said,
that all those intending to partici-
pate in the show attend this meeting.

two comedies by Thornton Wilder,
"The Journey From Newark to Cam-
den" and "The Pullman Car Hia-
watha." There will be a social hour
with refreshments in the Ethel Foui-
tain Hussey Room and the Concourse
following the program.
An informal subscription dinner
will be served at 6:45 p.m. in the
League before the program. Reserva-
tions should be made with Mrs. Clark
at the League by Monday night.

Basketball: Interhouse matches will
begin. Wednesday; schedule to be an-
pounced Tuesday.
Bowling: Individual bowling tour-
nament entries will be due Saturday.
Dance: Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing: Club will meet at 7:30
o.m. Thursday in Barbour Gymnasi-
um.
Badminton: Women's Club play
starts from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday;

Just a few timely suggestions:
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Monogrammed HANDKERCHIEFS

Personalized
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Luxurious bath towels in gay stripes for "the Man of the House"
Linen damask TABLE CLOTHS to delight Mother
GAGE INEN SHOP
10 NICKELS ARCADE "Always rcasomably priced"

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Two O e-A tPaymixed club play will begin Dec. 3. Swmming: Club will.meet from
YYVVAA Lists Schedule Outdoor Sports: Hostel trip to Sa- 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Thursday at
Will Be Dramati zed ine Valley for Saturday and Sunday. the Union pool.
Volleyball: Winner of A tourna- -________
For Faculty Women vs. wne
An evening of One-Act Drama will nament Kappa Delta, at 5:10 p.m.
be the program offered for members"Tuesday.
and their husbands at the next meet- House Athletic managers will meet . N ow Comes
a4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the W.A.B. ,g
ing of the Faculty Women's Club, to 4:ounge.m. toorrowin.th W.A.
be held at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Archery: will meet at 7:15 p.m. *C M A
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Wednesday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Play Production, under the direc-: Crop and Saddle: will meet at 5 AND WHAT A MERRY CHRISTMAS T'WILL BI
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