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Union Council
Will Sponsor
Annual Formal
Layton's Band Will Introduce
New Theme Song; Flowers
To Be Presented as Corsages
Featuring Bill Layton and his or-
chestra, the Union Council will pre-
sent the sixteenth annual Union For-
mal from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the Rainbow Room of the
Traditionally the first formal dance
of the year, the affair is the largest
social function sponsored by the
Union for its members. Co-chairmen
of the event are Dick Roeder and John
Sorice, who have made every effort
to make this dance an all-out post-
war formal.
Santa Claus To Distribute Flowers
Santa Claus will be on hand to dis-
tribute flowers, gifts of the Union
Council, to coeds as they enter the
ballroom. No other corsages will be
allowed. Leather programs, bearing
the Union seal, will also be given. The
taproom will be opento women; re-
freshnents of punch and cookies will
also be served on the dance floor.
Layton and his all campus orches-
tra will introduce a new theme song,
"Meditations," at the formal. The
number was written by Billy Rhodes,
a G.I. stationed in Bermuda, who has
done much of Layton's arranging, and
who will join the band soon. Acknowl-
edging the holidays, Layton has
promised "White Christmas," and
"Jingle Bells," which will feature
Whitey Benson on the drums. Vocals
will be taken by Patty DuPont and
Patrons Announced
Patrons for the dance include Pres-
ident and Mrs. Alexander Ruthven,
Dean Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. Walter B. Rae, Dean and Mrs.
Hayward Keniston, Dean and Mrs.
Erich A. Walter, and Dean Alice C.
The list continues with Dr. and
Dean Alice Lloyd will present an
informal supper from 5 p.m. to 9
p.m. Christmas at her home at
1735 Washtenaw. All women stu-
dents who will remain in Ann Ar-
bor for the Christmas holidays
are cordially invited to attend,
Dress and Sport styles. . .
Jewelry neckline and tie
neck. Sizes 30 to 40.
Plaid and solid colors
Pullovers and cardigans ...
Short and long sleeves . . -
Wide variety of colors.
Michigan Theatre Bldg.


Entire Cast for Singing, Dancing, Dramatic
Roles of 1946 Junior Girls' Play Announced

Announcement of the complete
E cast of the 1946 Junior Girls Play, to
be presented Jan. 24, 25 and 26 in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre of the
League, was made today by CarolynI
Daley, general chairman of the play.
Members of the singing chorus will
meet at 5 p.m. today in Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. The danc-
ing cast will hold their first meeting
at 5 p.m. Monday in the Undergradu-
ate Office. Eligibility cards must be
brcught to the meetings. The com-
plete cast, including singing, dancing,
and dramatic personnel, and the
central committee, will meet at 7:30
p.m. Monday at the League for the
first complete reading of the script.
The room will be posted on the board
in the League lobby. The central
committee will hold their regular
meeting at 4:30 p.m. Monday at the
Main dramatic roles will be taken
by Connie Essig, as Anne; Marian
Riegal, as Dick; Alice Scott, as
Prissy; Harriet Risk as Hammer-
smith; Mary L. Rookus, as Lila; Bar-
bara Cross, as Dan; and Phyllis Mc-
Voy, as Sue.

Crowley, Joan Gurvitz, Alice Miller,
Carolyn Newburg, Jeanne Moore,
Marian Willard Polly Monroe, Bar-
bara Sisson, Ethel Isenberg, Mary
Wade, Phyllis Barense, and Mary E.
Additional characters are Florence
M. Zaratzian, Pat Williams, Era:1
Ellis,. Elaine Greenbaum, Mary A.
Haggerstrom, Pat Doelle, Doris
Trumpeter, Marian Meyers, Hester
Mathews, Olive Chernow, Karin Lar-
son, Susanne Seger, Lois Kelso Mar-
ian Reus, Lucy Fraser, Margaret
Allen, Sally Smith, Sally A. Hughes,
Sally M. Stuck, Joyce Donen, Ro-
berta Scherer, Anne Myersen, Barb
Everett, Gunvor Bergishagen, Bunny
Brasie, Marilyn Watt, Beveirly
Ritchey, Janice Carter, Lou Gork,
and Joan Kennedy.
Members of the singing chorus in-
lude Harriet Atwood, Lois Boch-
stahler, Ann'e Belisle, Barbara Brady,
Carolyn Brown, Thelma Clark, Lois
Cothran, Rose S. Derderian, Phyllis
Esslinger, Barbara Everett, Eleanor
Field, Carol Fraser, Pat Heustis,
Janet Laib, Grace - Lothrup, Nancy
Loud- Martha McCrav Per Math-

Sally Smith, Janice Stuck, Dottie
Waite, Marilyn Watt, Marian Wil-
lard, and Barbara Yeomans.
Dances are Suzanne Sedgwick,
Beverly Ritchey, . Hester Mathews,
Suzanne Wightman, Fay Miller, Es-
telle Kline, Phyllis Esslinger, Cindy
Reagan, Carolyn Brown, Elaine Pew,
Jean Hole, Judith Rado, Katherine
Collins, Jean Schlee, Phyllis Barns,
Helen Morley, Nancy Hubbard, Joan
Kennedy, Joyce Hall, and Louise Pat-
Chrissie Berry, Joan Buckmaster,
Colle Ide, Given Helman, Phyllis Van
Brocklin, Jean Kerr, Roberta Ames,
Betty Smith, Ruthe McGuiggan, and
Dorothy Watson.
Grad with Air Lines
Marilyn Moore, a recent graduate
of the University, and a member of
Delta Delta Delta sorority, now wears
the silver wings and chic grey uniform
of a United Air Lines stewardess.
Miss Moore, after finishing her four
week training session at Chicago, is
now lending aid -and assistance to the
thousands of air travelers who have
returned to the skyways after the war.
She has been assigned to the Chicago-
Denver section of United's coast-to-
coast route, with headquarters in Chi-

BING ENTERTAINS - Prior to a Sister Kenny F oundation fund appeal, Bing Crosby (left) croons for
Wayne l4adorf and Sandra Levy, who recovered from polio after treatment by the Kenny method. Lucy
Lewandowska (right) is one of the few Kenny technicians.

Mrs. Dean Myers, Prof. and Mrs. Wil-
liam A. Paton, Prof. Albert L. Clark,
Prof. Robert G. Rodkey, Prof. and
Mrs. Chester D. Wisler, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin C. Kuenzel, Mr. and Mrs.j
Hayes Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. T. Haw-
ley Tapping, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C.
May, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Kipke,
Capt. Woodson V. Michaux, Col. Reg-
inald C. Miller, Commdr. M. C. Gil-
lette, a nd Mnn rj-.,. Ed F d Prl.1-

Calendar Sale
Totals $550
Proceeds from Drive To Aid
In Henderson House Project


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Campus Muriel.
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To Hold HolidaySchwar
Parties, Dances
Many campus houses will hold
Christmas parties and dances today
and tomorrow in anticipation of the
Kappa Alpha Theta is holding a
formal Christmas dance from 9 p.m.
until midnight today. The members
and their dates will also attend
dances being held by other campus

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speaking parts have been as- thews, Shir
o Jean Kilpatrick, Jean Hole, bourne, Jt
Aptel, Rose Derderian, Rosa- Carolyn Ne
ig, Betty Leavitt, Constance Pinney, Ma
tz, Patty Owens, Beatrice Robin Sc

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rley Mattern, Gloria Mel-
une Miller, Peggy Neel,
wberg, Elaine Pew, Mary
argaret Prince, Pat Sarle,
herer, Marian Sharkey,

~ierer, Marian Sharkey, cago.

ltuuu, anu ajor r duwa ' ua More than $550 worth of Michigan
laghe. calendars and Christmas cards have
Coeds been bought by dlormitory and con-
Suomynona CoedS verted fraternity residents from their
house presidents during the past
Will Hold Second three weeks, Elaine Bailey, chairman
of the drive, announced yesterday.
Meeting Monday A total of 1,035 cards and 408 cal-
endars were sold from Nov. 20 to
The second mass meeting of Suo- Dec. 11 in the various houses for
mynona will be held at 4 p.m. Monday $561.75. The sale was sponsored by
in the Hussey Room of the League Assembly to assist the alumnae
for all women who do not live in Council in itsproject of raising
dormitories, league houses, sorority money for the remodeling and en-
houses, cooperatives or the Michigan larging of Henderson House.
League, and who did not attend the State Street House led with the
first mass meeting. highest percentage of sales, selling 34
Plans for this year and the possi- cards and 12 calendars. Victor
bilities for a project will be discussed. Vaughn was second with a total of
The group will conclude the meeting 30 calendars and 186 cards sold.
with the singing of Michigan songs The newest campus cooperative,
and Christmas carols. Henderson House was opened this
fall by the Council, and now houses
15 women. With funds from the cal-
AA endar and card sales the huse will
A XiNoticeS be remodeled so that accommoda-
tions will be available for 25 coeds.
The Michigan calendars and the
University Women's Riding club , cards, which have been prepared by
niversty Wt4:pm.' ding clbr- the Ann Arbor Alumnae, are still on
will meet at 4:05 p.m. today at Bar- sale in the Alumnae council office in
bour gym, the League and in local bookstores. j

The members of Alpha Tau Omega
will have a Christmas party from 8
p.m. until midnight today. There will
be dancing to records and refresh-
ments with a Christmas tree and
Christmas decorations as the setting.
A yuletide theme will also be car-
ried out with a Christmas tree, deco-
rations and the singing of carols at
the Alpha Gamma Delta formal
Christmas party from 9 p.m. until
midnight today.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity is hav-
ing its annual Christmas formal to-
day. Dinner will be served and Lee
Brant's orchestra will furnish the
music for dancing.
A Christmas formal honoring the
new pledges will be held from 9 p.m.
until midnight tomorrow by Alpha
Delta Pi. The new pledges include
Barbara Browne, Shirley Dalton,
Alice Fleming, Peg Shinnick, Nora
Jane Staats, and Mary Welt. Punch
and refreshments will be served in
front of a holiday fire and there will
be dancing to records.
Delta Sigma Delta will hold an in-
formal Christmas party from 9 p.m.
until midnight tomorrow. The mem-
bers, pledges and their dates will
dance to records and refreshments.
Brightly colored and sequin scarfs
may be used in place of blouses or
dickies. By knotting opposite corners
around the neck and tying the back,
they can be made to look very effec-
tive with suits.

Initialed .. unmistakably
yours flowered prints
sheer rayon with fragile
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imports embroidered with
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WAA Board members will enter-
tain the staff of the Physical Educa-
tion department at a Christmas tea
to be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
today at WAB.
Plain Skating group will meet at
3 p.m. today at the Coliseum.
Ballet club will meet from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today at Barbour gym.
Swimming club: Tryouts for wait-
ing list from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. to-
morrow at the Union pool. Two va-
cancies will be filled. Club members
will meet at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the
Union pool. New water sport, Aqua
Ball, will be played.

Cook Will Present
Christmas Program
Residents of Martha Cook will
I celebrate Christmas with an informal
program to be held at 6:45 p.m. Sun-
day in the Blue Room of the building.
This program has been arranged
by Claire Macaulay and residents
have invited friends to attend. In-
cluded in the program will be the
choir, under the direction of Harriet
Risk, community singing and various
other selections.
Preceding the program, the annual
Christmas supper will be given to
which faculty guests' have been in-

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SWEATERS are perfect with your
smoothest skirts for classes and
cokes. Included in our stock of
cardigans and slipovers are the most

SCARF SORCERY for that warm
glow. Both silks and wools in the

loveliest winter shades.

We even

have matching scarf and glove sets.



heavenly angoras.


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winter. Fluffy angoras included
in our selection of bright gloves
and mittens.

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