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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1945

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Cabaret Ticket Sales To Begin
Tomorrow in Women's Houses

Mistletoe Mingle will feature the
music of Lowry Clark and his orches-
tra, when the 1945 production of
Soph Cabaret is held on Saturday,
Dec. 8, in the League.
The Clark organization is well-
known for many appearances in the
Detroit area. The group has also
played in Miami, Fla., and Buffalo,
N. Y., and was featured for two sea-
sons in a popular Detroit club.
Ticket sales for the Mistletoe Min-
gle will begin tomorrow in women's
residences on campus. A sophomore
in each sorority, dormitory, converted
fraternity, and in many of the league
houses has charge of selling tickets
to house residents who are to have
the first opportunity to buy them.
Campus Ticket Sales
After a week of house sales,,.all stu-
dents will be able to purchase tickets
at several convenient campus loca-
tions. Tickets are to be sold from
Monday, Dec. 3 through Thursday,
Dec. 6, iri the League, on the diagonal,
at the engineering arch, in the gen-
eral library, and will also be sold from
Monday, Dec. 3 until Saturday noon,
Dec. 8, in the lobby of the Union.
Tickets are being sold under the
direction of Betty Eaton, Soph Cab-
aret ticket committee chairman, who
emphasized that students who wish
to attend the Mistletoe Mingle should
buy their tickets as soon as possible,
since there is a limited number avail-
able.
In addition to dancing to Lowry
Clark's music, many other attractions
will be offered. A highlight of the
evening will be the floor show, writ-
ten, produced, and directed by thel
sophomore women. Barbara Lee
Smith, floor show chairman, heads<
the several committees which will
Mu Phi Epsilon, national music so-
rority, announced the affiliation of1
Gladys Borstad, Edurna Gilbert andc
Margaret Kay recently at a meetingt
celebrating Founder's Day,

stage the show. A dancing chorus,
under the direction of Nancy Neu-
mann and Jean Bechtel, will appear
in three new numbers, and Betty
Spillman's singing group is sched-
uled to sing several well-known
Christmas songs which have been ar-
ranged especially for cabaret.
Show Will Run Twice
Assisting with the production will
be Ruthann Perry, assistant floor
show chairman; Rae Keller, stage
manager; Camille Ayo, costumes
chairman, and Jeannette Collins,
makeup head. The 45-minute show
will be given twice during the evening
of cabaret so that everyone attending
will have an opportunity to see it.
A motion picture, "Made for Each
Other," starring James Stewart and
Carole Lombard, will be another of
the features of the evening. Both
floor show and the .movie are to be
presented in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, with the first performance
scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m.
Added Attractions
Upstairs in the League there will
be booths, all of which are under the
supervision of Jerry Gaffney, assis-
tant chairman. Fortune tellers will
also be on hand to read the future
for all those attending cabaret. Re-
freshments are to be sold in the
Grand Rapids room under the super-
vision of Sue Lunden, refreshment
chairman. A bridge room and a spe-
cial mixer room will be provided by
Jeanne Lindsey and her hostess com-
mittee.
Ernalie Brutschy, decorations head,
has planned decorations for the
rooms and booths which are to carry
out the Christmastime theme of the
Mistletoe Mingle.
Sophomore Cabaret is an old cam-
pus tradition, and this year's cen-
tral committee headed by Jean
Gringle, general chairman, promises
to provide a cabaret that is "better
than ever before."

League House
Tea Committee
Petitions Due
Continuing its season with new
plans, Assembly will hold petitioning
and interviewing for a permanent
central committee for the League
House tea dances, which will be spon-
sored jointly by the Union and As-
sembly.
Petitions for the central committee
positions are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday
in the Assembly box in the League
Urdergraduate office. Interviewing
will be held from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday, and peti-
tieners may sign for an interview on
the door of the Assembly-Panhellenic
office in the League.
The dances will be held on Satur-
day afternoons and will be informal.
League Houses will be invited to a
specific dance according to the zone
plan announced at the beginning of
"Independent Fortnight."
The central committee will plan
and direct the dances in cooperation
with the Union. Duties of the general
chairman will be to direct the com-
mittee and decide which League
Houses are to be invited to each
dance. The assistant chairman will
send invitations and check eligibil-
ity of committee members.
The publicity chairman will super-
vise the posters and newspaper pub-
licity, the tickets chairman will ar-
range for ticket distribution, program
chairman will plan mixers and spe-
cialty dances as well as entertain-
ment, and the refreshments chair-
man will handle the refreshments.
Helen Alpert, president of Assem-
bly, expressed the hope that many
petitions would be turned in,
Coeds To See Ballet
Forty-four residents of Martha
Cook will attend the Ballet Theatre inI
Detroit today. A special bus has been
chartered for the occasion, which is1
the revival of a pre-war custom.

Ticket Sales
For Assembly
Night Go On
Tickets for Assembly Recognition
Night, which will be presented at 8
p.m. Thursday in the League ball-
room, are now on sale in all women's
dorms and larger league houses and
may be obtained from 11 a.m. to 5
p.m. tomorrow and Tuesday in the
League, according to Judy Pregerson,
ticket chairman.
The increase in the number of
tickets to meet the demand has been
made possible by the restoration of
the League ballroom to its pre-war
size, as daily meals will not longer be
served in the ballroom.
Dr. Newcomb To Speak
Dr. Theodore M. Newcomb of the
sociology department will be the
guest speaker for Recognition Night.
The subject of his talk will be "Social
Atavism in the Atomic Age." Dr.
Newcomb has recently returned from
overseas where he assisted in con-
ducting a survey of German morale
for the War Department.
Included on the Recognition Night
program will be presentation of
awards by Registrar Ira M. Smith to
the top coeds of the sophomore, jun-
ior and senior classes for outstanding
scholarship ratings. Nora MacLaugh-
lin, president of League Council, will
award the honors to independent
women who have the greatest number
of war activities hours. The hours
will be tabulated from the war activi-
ties sheets of last year.
Honorary Societies
Of interest to freshman students
and transfers will be an explanation
of the three women's honorary socie-
ties, Wyvern, Senior Society and
Mortarboard, to which unaffiliated
women may be elected.
Adding further interest to the eve-
ning will be the tapping of new mem-
bers by Senior Society whose present
members will be garbed in the tradi-
tional black robes, white collars and
blue bows.

HOSTESSES NOTE:

League Social Committee Plans
Mass Meeting for Eligible Coeds

A mass meeting of the League so-
cial committee will be held at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
All coeds, with the exception of first
semester freshmen, who are inter-
ested in acting as hostesses at the
Ruthven Teas, being guests of the In-
ternational Center, or helping the
Guide Service, are asked to attend.
The purpose of the Ruthven Teas,
which are held from 4 to 6 p.m. the
first two Wednesdays in each month,
is to introduce the students to Dr.
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, and
to make them acquainted with their
home as a place in which to meet
Sororities Named
As Track Sponsors
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Chi
Omega, and Pi Beta Phi sororities
were selected by members of the V-12
track teams as their sponsors for the
"Turkey Trot," a cross-country run.
The sororities were selected on the
basis of the Homecoming displays.
The team which wins the run will
present a 25 pounds turkey to its
sponsor, who will cook it and enter-
tain the team at dinner.
WAA Notices
Camp Counsellors' club will meet at
7:15 p.m. tomorrow in the Women's
Athletic Building, according to Signe
Hegge, club manager.
The dramatics, campcraft and
sports groups are to meet separately
for their regular meeting. Any women
interested in conselling, whether or
not she has had any camp experience,
is welcome to join the club.
The volleyball schedule for this
week:
Tomorrow: Zeta Tau Alpha vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta
Phi I vs. Martha Cook I at 5:10 p.m.
Zone I vs. Newberry, Zone IVa vs.
Alpha Chi Omega at 7:20 p.m., Cous-
ins Hall vs. Stockwell II, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi vs. White I at 8 p.m.
Tuesday: Zone IXa vs. Alpha Xi
Delta I, Ridgeway vs. Pi Beta Phi II
at 5:10 p.m., Oakwood vs. Lester,
Geddes vs. Chi Omega at 7:20 p.m.

other students. The women who .are
interested in being hostesses at these 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow at both
teas, will act as guides through the the League and the Union.
Ruthven home and will serve refresh- There will be a mass meeting for all
ments to the guests. hostesses at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the
The International Center, which League, at which badges will be dis-
holds teas every Thursday, invites as tributed, times assigned, and the pur-
their guests all coeds who wish to pose of the organization will be ex-
meet foreign students. The Guide plained.
Service needs women to act as guides "The purpose of the new JGP is to
for the new students and visitors on reconvert to peacetime activities, to
campus, broaden social life at the University,
All women who are interested in these and to acquaint foreign students with
social activities must bring their eligi- American customs," Ann Lippincott,
bility cards to the meeting. JGP chairman, said recently.

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