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Senior Society To

Present Jingling jives' Dec.

'Come-Across'
Dance To Have
Miller's Band
Ballroom Will Be Transformed
Into Frosty Outdoor Scene;
Bell, Note Favors To Be Given
A frosty outdoor scene, "snow" re-
flecting colored lights from decorated
evergreens-this will be the setting
for "Jingling Jives," the annual As-
sembly come-across dance to be. pre-
sented by Senior Society from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m., Dec. 12, in the League ball-
room.
Tiny bells will be given out as fav-
ors to every girl, and *ie musical
notes frozen in the wintry scene will
have bell shaped bases. Herb Miller
and his band, dressed as a tribe of
plump Santas, will play from be-
neath a snow-decked canopy.
To Guess At Pennies
This is "girl's bid" dance, and a
chance for women with an eye to
Christmas bargains to y.ay off their
social indebtedness. Two jars of new
pennies, one each to be set up in the
window of Wahr's bookstore and at
Sophomore Cabaret, will give an op'.
portunity for two couples to win free
tickets by guessing the number most
nearly correct of all guesses submit-
ted. Announcement of the winners
will be made Dec. 9 following a week
of exhibition of the jars.
Tickets will be sold to women
through members of Senior Society',
but a special opportunity for ticket
purchase will be opened when 4 ticket
selling Santa Claus roams the campus
Dec. 8.
For five years the come-across
dance has been in the hands of a
committee chosen from Assembly. In
order to avoid the usual delay of pe-
titioning and interviewing for the
central committee positions, Senior
Society this year offered to take
charge of the dance.
To Feature "Jingle Bells"
Rosebud Scott, president of Senior
Society, is acting as general chair-
man of the dance. Assisting her are
Jean Krise, vice-president; Donna
Baisch, secretary, and Pearl Brown,
treasurer. Emilie Root is in charge
of decorations.
A special arrangement of "Jingle
Bells" with words written by Donna
laisch will be offered at the dance.
Herb Miller is also working on a
medley of Christmas carols.
Hillel To Hold P.M.
Special guests at the weekly "P.M."
sponsored by Hillel Foundation from
4 p.m. to 6. p.m. today will be 1402
Hill St., 825 E. University, Sigma
Alpha MtU and Zeta Beta Tau.
Records, classical and popular,
ping-pong, bridge and dancing as well
as refreshments will be included in
the afternoon's entertainment.

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What with the applause of Union
Opera. fans dependent in part upon
leading lady Lana Carter (alias Dick
Rawdon)'s figure, the feminine star!
of "Full House" has gone on a diet!
Opera director Bob Adams decreed 10
pounds off before opening night, Dec.
9. Bob says he was serious; Dick!
says he's taking him seriously.
So far two pounds have gone the'
way of all flesh. Dick calls it system-
atic reducing and here's the system:
he either eats half his breakfast or he
doesn't eat it at all if he happens to
have an 8 o'clock. No particular
breakfast-just whatever happens to
be served. "Sugar in my coffee? . . .
Certainly," says Dick. He claims he's
just working up to the stage of leav-
ing that out.
Glamour Vs. Lunch
For lunch, Dick eats half of what
he'd eat ordinarily, or he eats an en-
tire lunch one day, then skips the
noon meal entirely the next day. In
'fact he says he's been going without
lunch "quite frequently."
For dinner? Well here the secret'
of Dick's success is the Sig Ep house-
mother who won't allow her glamour
Badminton Club'
To Meet Today"
O enin Season
Birds will be flying in Barbour Gym
despite the cold weather as. badmin-
ton season once again gets under
way. The first neeting of the Bad-
minton Club will be from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m. today in Barbour Gym, and
a really good turnout is expected this
year, says Jane Edmonds, '44, in
charge of the club.
The only stipulation for member-
ship is one semester of toe sport at
the University or its equivalent; that
is, prospective members are required
to know only the fundamentals of
the game.
Two tournaments will be run off
this first indoor season. One will be
a women's singles tournament lim-
ited to the club -members, and the
other will be a women's doubles
tournament open to anyone on cam-
pus. Those interested must sign up
on the bulletin board in Barbour Gym
by Dec. 6. The tournament schedule
will be posted Dec. 8, and contestants
are reminded that any failure to show
up on time will immediately result in
a default.
Plans for indoor season. next sem-
ester include an open all campus wo-
men's singles tournanent and a nov-
ice women's singles open to all cam-
pus women who have had practice
equivalent to only one semester of
badminton. The Badminton Club
also expects to carry on an all cam-
pus mixed doubles, and a women's

boy to have any potatoes but insist
that he be served extra green vege.
tables and raw apples and carrots in
stead. Dick's plates are prepared i
fact to save him from "temptations.
Follows Hollywood Diet
There's no bread in this diet--ry
crisp occasionally, Dick says, an
then sometimes he eats an extra sala
too. Dessert? Well, he usually "break
down" by the end of the meal bu
then "that depends on what we hap
pen to be having." Dick says he reall
began dieting about a week and a hal
before Thanksgiving but the whol
thing's "just becoming strenuou
now."
As for that Dec. 9 deadline, Lan
says sure she'll make ii so opera g
ers can behold a real lady beautifu
Quite on the side, Dick said h
thought the fatal 10 pounds woul
probably remain gone forever becau
he'd "have more time for exercise a:
ter rehearsals are over."
Correction
Mrs. Frank C. Norfleet of Lan-
sing recently announced the en-
gagement of her daughter, Fran-
ces, '41, to Quentin A. Ewert, '41L,
of Grand Lodge. The Daily wish-
es to correct the statement con-
cerning Miss Norfleet's marriage
which appeared recently.
Miss Norfleet will be married at
11 a.m. Christmas Day in St.
Paul's Episcopal Church in Lan-
sing. Mr. Ewert is an ensign in
the Naval Reserve and is now at
Harvard University.

Dance Qroups ' Production DirE
For Men, Women Hits Her Stride/
s To Be Organized By MARILYN MAYER un
Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, has un-
Under the direction of the dance dertaken a real job as dramatic direc-
~ club, organization meetings for the tor of the League. You've seen her
n formation of an American dance a million times dashing through the
group and a ballet group for both League always with a flock of chil-
men and women will be held tomor- dren at her heels, for the Children's
e row at 3 p.m. at the WAB and at Theatre Productions are all a part of
d 4 p.m. at the Barbour gym, respec- her work. Those of you who will be
d tively. going out for JGP or Freshman Pro-
ks For the past two years there has ject will have yet to know her.
at been an increasing demand for op- Six months ago, Miss Wheeler was
- portunities to learn and perform prepared to accept a position teach-
y American country dances. If you have ing American history and geography
Jf a yen to "swing on down the center" in a Grand Rapids high school when
e or "promenade all" here is the chancei she was offered this opportunity to
is to try it on your own. If enough men remain in Ann Arbor, which is her
and women are interested a group jhome. During her years at the Uni-
a I will be formed with weekly meetings. versity she took an active part in
The ballet group is primarily for League activities. She is remembered
al- those students on campus who, hav- as having been chairman of the
he ing had previous ballet training, wish social committee, dance chairman of
ld an opportunity to keep up their tech- the '38 Sophomore Cabaret and
se nique and continue work in this idiom. dance chairman of the theatre arts
f- Ballet technique will be offered and committee during her junior year.
composition in ballet style will be Former JGP Star
studied. Regular times for meetings Miss Wheeler held one of the lead-
will be discussed at the mnitial ing roles in the 1940 JGP "Hi Falut-
estudents interested in joining in'!2"and participated in all the Chil-
either group, but unable to attend dren's Theatre Productions during
tomorrow, should call Shirley Ris- her senior year. She was also a
bur , '42y I- member of Play Production and ap-
_burg,_42. _peared in "George Washington Slept
ZP t Here" this summer.
Zea PtCurrently at work on "Pinocchio,"
N Ine New Pledges the next Children's Theatre Play,
t Miss Wheeler claims the biggest thrill
eta Phi Eta, honorary speech fra- is the second dress rehearsal and
ternity, announces the pledging of seeing the finished production. The
nine pledges. Membership is based on hardest part she says is separating
above average ability in speech and
general scholastic courses.1 nn q fTn- n1-A

Committee To Meet
Elizabeth Bunnell, '44, chairman of
the publicity committee for sopho-
more cabaret, announced that there
isto be a very important meeting of
her committee at 5 p.m. today at the
,League.

ization meeting at 4:15 p.m. today in
doubles tournament restricted to club the Union to vote on either a bike-
members, ride or hike to Saline Valley over
Besides the regular meetings of the Saturday and Sunday.
Badminton club on Fridays, at 7:15
p.m. on Wednesdays both Barbour
and Waterman Gyms will be opened Tickets Go On Sale
for mixed play. A woman and man Tickets for Soph Prom will be
will act as co-chairman for each eve- on sale from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to-
ning, in order to get people acquain- dar and tomorrow and from 9 a.m.
ted. ,Any man on campus, who is in- I to noon Saturday in the Union.
terested is urged to come to the first Only sophomores presenting iden-
meeting to be held at 7:15 p.m. Dec. tification cards may obtain tickets.
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