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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1945

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Mistletoe Mingle To Be Given
As Annual Sophomore Cabaret

Juniors Extend
Dancing Class
Registration Roll
Registration for the dancing classes
to be offered by the Junior Girls has

USO To Hold
Dance Today
Coffee Hour Saturday Honors
Veterans from Percy Jones
Celebrating the Thanksgiving holi-

Assembly Recognition Night Tickets Will Be Sold
By Independents in League Tomorrow, Saturday

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The sophomore women will pre-
sent the Mistletoe Mingle as their an-
nual production of the traditional
Soph Cabaret on Saturday,.Dec. 8, in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and
the League.
A special feature of the evening's
entertainment will be the showing of
the movie, "Made for Each Other."
This picture, a box office hit when it
was released, stars James Stewart
and Carole Lombard.
Floor Show
Another highlight will be the floor
show, which has been written by the
sophomores for the Mistletoe Mingle
about a Christmas theme. In addi-
tion to several specialty acts, the
show is to include a chorus of thirty'
members singing special arrange-
ments of Christmas songs. The danc-
ing chorus will also present three
numbers.
Carryin'g out the seasonal theme,
booths and the decorations will con-
tribute their part to the Christmas
atmosphere. A refreshment room will
be open, as well as a mixer.
Committees Open
Several cabaret committees are still

open to eligible sophomore women
Those interested in working with th
patrons, hqstesses, and costume
groups may sign up in the Under
graduate office of the League.
The singing chorus for Soph Ca
baret will rehearse at 2 p.m. tomor
row in the League. All those wh
have not had their eligibility card
signed are asked to bring cards to thi
rehearsal.
WAA Club Meetingi
University Women's Riding Club
will meet at 4:15 pm. tomorrow in
front of Barbour Gym.
The WAA Plain Skating Group
which ordinarily meets from 3 to4
p. m., Friday, will not meet this week.
Two groups of the Ballet club wil
meet at 4 p.m. and at 5 p.m. tomor
row at Barbour Gym.
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The Swimming club will meet from
10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at the
Union.

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been extended and those wishing to day for the men in the armed forces
enroll may sign up from 3 p. m. to 5 stationed on campus, the USO will
n.manMnrvhold a tea dance in their honor at 4

NAl. o oUFJW an n IVIO~ay n1 Lne
League and the Union.
There will be a mass meeting for
all the hostesses at 5 p. m. Wednesday
in the League.
Since the end of the war, the
Junior Girls Project hashbeen chang-
ed. During the war years, they were
in charge of selling War Bonds and
Stamps, as well as all of the Victory
Loan Drives conducted on campus.
However, the traditional class pro-
ject of presenting a play in honor of
the senior women was continued, and
will be presented this year.
General Chairman of the Junior'
Project is Ann Lipponcott, with Joan
Schlee, Assistant Chairman, Janet
Morgan, Secretary and Catherine
Verschoor as Treasurer.

p. in. today.
Refreshments, provided by a group
of Ann Arbor women, will be served.
Tomorrow, the usual Friday dance
will be given and for the Saturday
dance, a four piece Negro band will
play. This Saturday function will
take place in Harris Hall from 8:30
p. m. to midnight.
Percy Jones veterans will be enter-
taied at a Coffee Hour after the
football game Saturday, and break-
fast will be served to all servicemen
from 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Sunday.
Others plans for the Percy Jones
veterans have been formulated for
the coming season, and include week-
end dances, entertainments after
hockey and basketball games, as well
as entertainment in several of the
campus sororities and dormitories.

Tickets for Assembly Recognition
Night to be held at 8 p. m. Thursday,
Nov. 29 in the League Ballroom will
go on sale from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
tomorrow and from 11 a. m. to noon
Saturday in the League, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Judith Preger-
son, ticket chairman.
An increased demand for tickets by
the independent women has resulted
in the printing of 250 additional
Recognition Night tickets. The ticket
increase has been made possible by
the restoration of the League Ball-
room to its pre-war dimensions, en-
abling more persons to be accommo-
dated.

The featured speaker of Recog-
nition Night will be Dr. Theodore
M. Newcomb of the sociology de-
partment. "Social Atavism in the
Atomic Age" will be the subject of
Dr. Newcomb's address. A survey
of German morale for the War De-
partment was made by Dr. New-
comb during his recent overseas
trip.
"Launching into a New Year" is
to be the theme of the 1945-46 Rec-
ognition Night. The program which
will honor independent coeds out-
standing in scholarship ratings and
extra-curricular activities, is to be
the climax of "Indepenaent Fort-

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By. LOIS KELSO claimed excitedly. "I know where
ONCE THERE WAS a little girl Angela's talents will be appreci-
named Angela. ,She was a horrid . ated." So he told Mrs. Arbuthnot.
little girl. Nobody liked her, not even "Why of course! The very place!
her parents, and they tried hard. An- How clever of you, George!" she cried
gela didn't like anybody, but she happily. So they felt very much re-
didn't try either. lieved and decided to go celebrate,
When she was four she pulled the but they were sorry, because when
wings off flies and pinned the dog's they came home Angela shot at them
ears together. When she was five with Mr. Arbuthnot's shotgun. She
she pushed the carriage containing said she thought they were burglars.
her little sister down the laundry Angela always did have a very sus-
chute, and put ammonia in the ice- picious nature. In later years Mr.
cream her mother had made for the Arbuthnot always told people he lost
Church Supper. When she was six his leg in the War.
she set fire to the house, and when a
kind fireman climbed up a ladder to THE YEARS WENT by, and An-
rescue her she pushed the ladder gela became meaner and dirtier
away from the house. She was really and more stupid. When she was thir-
a nasty little thing. teen she became interested in the op-
posite sex. She would follow men
SHE WAS DIRTY TOO. She loved around the block, which was unpleas-
dirt. Whenever her mother dressed ant for them. This was the year her
her up prettily she would sneak out- father started to take opium.
side and roll around in the dirt. NGELA had no use whatsoever for
Nothing, nothing could make her ANGeLA hnea teveao
clean her fingernails, and when her women. She regarded them as
mother tried to brush her teeth she unnecessary and undesirable, and
bit her. Her hair was so dirty that ignored them completely if there was
everyone was afraid to comb it to a man within a three-mile radius.
see what was underneath. When she was fourteen she decided
She was dumb too. She regarded she was beautiful. She spent hours
reading and writing as arts made every day gazing into every mirror
more interesting by individual inter- she encountered, just to make sure
pretation. One and one made five she was still beautiful.
to Angela any day. When asked to do OMETIMES HER PARENTS could
something, she didn't hear until the hardly stand it, but they reminded
third time, when she did something each other that when she was sixteen
quite different and got simply furi- they could get rid of her, and tried
ous if told she was wrong. to make the best of it. When ,she was
She was clumsy too. She culdn't fifteen, the life insurance company
lift a cup to her mouth without decidedsMr. Arbuthnot was not a
spilling most of the contents-on good risk.
someone else. When she was nine
her mother decided to teach her At last the day of her sixteenth
to help with the dishes, but de- birthday arrived. Her parents woke
cided it would be cheaper to hire a up and pinched each other to make
maid after Angela had broken sure it was real. And it was. So
thirteen plates, twenty-seven they put her on a train and sent
glasses, nine cups and saucers, and her to Ann Arbor to become a
the punch-bowl which had be- waitress.
longed to her grandmother Ar- There is a Place for
bthnot, all in two days.ORAL:
Everything, and This is It.
ER PARENTS WERE sometimes
a bit perturbed about Angela. One
day-it was the day she was playing y no
Cowboys and Indians with some of ReserveNow!
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little Joanne Billingham, aged six, at e
the stake-they had a serious talkQ
about her.
"I hate to seem over-critical of my o
own flesh and blood, and know that
parents tend to worry unnecessarily
about their children," Mrs. Arbuthnot
said, "but it does seem to me that Eat your Thanksgiving
Angela is a problem child." o ukyi rePlrmsye
turkcy in truc Pilgrim style
MR. ARBUTHNOT CONFESSED
that the same thought had pre- Phone 2-1 414
sented itself to him. Moreover, he
said, he was afraid that people every-
where might not always understand SUGAR BOWL
Angela. They thought about it for a
while and finally Mr. Arbuthnot had 1 09 South Main
an inspiration.
"I have the solution!" he ex-
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Chicken, Soup a la Imperial
hearts of Celery

RoASTr YOUNG TOM IURKEY with Nut Dressing and Cranberry Sauce
WHOLE BROILED LIVE LOBSTER - Drawn Butter
ROAST SPRING CHICKEN - Celery Dressing
BROILED ALLENEL SPECIAL STEAK
BROI LEL) BEEF TENDERLOIN with Fried Mushroolus
JUMBO FROG LEGS - Fried - Tartar Sauce
Mashed or French Fried Po/aloes

Fresh Aslparagus

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Fresh Vegetable Salad - Choice of Dressing

DESSERTS

TWO DOLLARS
(Choice of One)

Hot Mince

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Aixed )Olices

Fruit Cake with Brandy Sauce
or Raspberry Parfaits

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NOTICE - This menu for the Thanksgiving dinner at the Allenel Hotel
was printed Wednesday, November 21st. The name of the Allenel
was omitted in the advertisement.

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