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TlE MICHIAN DAILY rE fVI

New Years Eve
flu-Campus Dance
T come 1946
Union, League Councils To Sponsor
Huge Celebration at Waterman Gym;
Late Permission For Coeds Is Granted

Plans for the gigantic all-campus
New Year's Eve Dance at Waterman
and Barbour Gym featuring Gene
DeVine and his orchestra were re-
leased yesterday.
Sponsored by the Union and League
Councils, it will be the only all-cam-
pus New Year's celebration. Dean
Joseph A. Bursley has announced
that no fraternity or sorority parties
will be approved.
Late Permission to be Granted
The dance will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. and late permission will be
granted. The exact hour when wom-
en will have to be in has not been an-
nounced. Tickets for the gala affair
will be placed on sale later this week.
Time and place of sale will be an-
nounced in The Daily.
DeVine's 13 piece orchestra is the
featured all-campus band at Michi-
gan State College in Lansing, and
this will be his first appearance at
Michigan. Special-intermission enter-
tainment has been planned, but will
be kept a surprise.
Favors Will Be Distributed
Paper hats, noise makers, horns,
and confetti will be distributed to
revellers before midnight and tables
will be set up in Barbour Gym for
refreshment and conversation:
This year's dance will mark the
third consecutive year that an all-
campus New Year's celebration has
been held. Even though Christmas
vacation is extended, it is necessary

for all students to return to classes
Monday. Classes will be held Tues-
day as usual. This will be the last
New Year's Eve party of its kind, be-
cause next year, the University is
planning to return to its normal
peace time schedule.
Be a Goodfellow
Week-Long Holiday
Schedule Is Planned
If students do not have the Christ-
mas Spirit after this week is through,
it is not the University's fault. Fol-
lowing is the schedule of Christmas
program:
Today. Annual presentation of
Handel's Messiah.
Tonight. Annual Christmas carol
sing on the library steps.
Tuesday. All-campus Christmas
party at Hill Auditorium.
Friday. Classes end and students
head for Christmas at home.
- Be a Goodfellow
Hairdo Utilizes Ties
The latest thing in women's hair-
do is a man's tie, and the gentlemen
take the left-overs. There once was
a time when young ladies wore their
hair softly with a pin here or there.
Next came the era of bangs and hair
bows, but now we are in the midst
of the most unusual period of hair
fashion, history.

Dean's Office
States Spring'
Housing Plans
Women students who have applied
for supplementary housing for the
spring term are being referred by the
Office of the Dean of Women to va-
cancies which have been reported by
league house mothers.
During Christmas vacation the Of-
fice plans to communicate with all
off-campus girls who have been ad-
mitted to the University for the
spring term. Information on vacan-
cies will be sent to them in accord-
ance with their specified preference
as to meals, location, and double or
single rooms.
Dean Bromage Explains Systein
"The point in this procedure is to
give the first opportunity to girls now
on campus who, for one reason or an-
other, have to move in the spring.
These girls are being advised to sign
contracts with league house mothers
immediately, if at all possible, in or-
der to assure themselves spring ac-
commodations. As soon as the Office
of the Dean of Women receives its
copy of the individual student's hous-
ing contract, no other student will be
referred to that vacancy," Mrs.
Mary Bromage, assistant Dean of
Women, explained.
Sororities Will Cooperate
Sororities are cooperating in giving
the names of girls who will move into
sorority houses for the spring term so
that the Office can refer other stu-
dents to places that will vacate in
league houses.
The Inter-Cooperative Council,
which has three houses for women
students, is also assisting in themat-
ter of early room assignments by
checking at the present time all of
its possible openings. Students in-
terested in living in ICC houses
should apply in writing to the per-
sonal chairman, Rm. 2, University
Hall.
Be a Goodfellow
Bowling Club
To Qive Party
The WAA Bowling Club will hold
a Christmas party at 4:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the lounge of the Women's
Athletic Building.
Entertainment is to include sing,-
ing, games, refreshments, and Marie
Neumeister, club manager, has prom-
ised that Santa Claus will appear.
Barbara Brown is entertainment
chairman, Mary Ellen Krause is in
charge of decoratinns, and Gloria
Seving will head the refreshments
committee. All members of the Bowl-
ing Club are invited to attend.
High scorer for this week was Pat
Brezner, of the "Pinnacles" team,
with 155. High team score was Al-
berta Morrison's "Flubs" team's 1152.
The league tournament opened last
week, and will continue through De-
cember and January.
---_Be a Goodfellow
Volleyball Schedule
Monday: Sorosis vs. Kappa Gam-
ma, Cheever II vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta I at 5:10 p.m. Jordan I vs.
Cook II, Newberry vs. Zone IX-b at
7:20 p.m. Gamma Phi Beta I vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi at 8 p.m.

Navy, Marines
Reveal Plans
For Ship's Ba l l
Sherwood Will Be Featured
In Last of Traditional Dances
January 11 at Waterman Gym
Featuring Bobby Sherwood and his
orchestra, the fourth and last Ship's
Ball will be presented by Navy and
Marine personnel from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, Jan. 11, at Waterman
Gym.
Tickets for the formal dance will
be placed on sale January 1, and all
Navy and Marine personnel on cam-
pus, as well as out of town fleetmen,
are eligible to. attend the affair.
Coeds may also purchase tickets for
sailors and marines stationed else-
where.
Programs and decorations will fol-
low a nautical theme with a huge
ship's log dominating the ballroom.
Carrying out the military theme, a
P. X. will be set in Barbour Gym,
complete with storekeepers to hand
out cokes.
Ship's Ball is the only formal dance
presented solely for Navy men. Pre-
vious balls were in January and June
of 1944, and in January 1945. Gen-
eral chairman of this year's affair is
Bin Randolph. He is assisted by Rod
Anderson and Dominic D'Onofrio,
decorations; Dogan Arthur, John
Scrice, and George Hawkins, build-
ing; Farnum Kerr and Dana Russell,
tickets; Lee Beck and Bill Upton,
publicity and programs; and Robert
Gaynor, patrons.
[WAA Notices
Fencing club will meet at 4:20 p.m.
tomorrow at WAB for organization
meeting for experienced fencers only.
Archery club will meet at 4:20 p.m.
tomorrow at WAB.
Ski club will meet at 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow at WAB for organization
meeting and equipment display.
Bowling club will meet from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at bowl-
ing alleys.
Rifle club will meet at 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. tomorrow at the ROTC range.
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Bowling club will meet from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
bowling alleys.
* * *
Figure Skating club will meet at 3
p.m. Tuesday at the Coliseum.
* * *
Bowling club Christmas party will
be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the WAB lounge. All
members invited.
Badminton club will meet at 7:15
p.m. Wednesday at Waterman gym.
Bowling club will meet from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the
bowling alleys.
Figure Skating club will meet at 3
p.m. Thursday at the Coliseum.
* * *

All women's residences must have
turned in Christmas boxes by 5 p.m.
tomorrow at the Social Director's
office in the League for the patients
of Percy Jones Hospital.
Coeds have been requested to send
only gifts that one would choose for
a brother or friend by Brig. Gen. Jo-
seph E. Bastion, commander of the
Percy Jones Hospital Center.
Poll Discloses Desires
A poll recently taken among 2,000
of the hospital's 9,000 veterans indi-
cated that they prefer one or more
Suomynona To Plan
Project at Meeting
All women who do not live in
dorms, league houses, sorority houses.
cooperatives, or the Michigan League
are invited to attend the second
meeting of Suomynona which will be
held at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the Hus-
sey Room of the League.
Plans for this year's project will be
discussed, and the singing of Michi-
gan songs and Christmas carols will
conclude the meeting.

All Percy Jones Christmas qifts
Must Be Submitted Tomorrow

substantial gift rather than a num-
ber of small less expensive gifts. A
few of the most popular gift sugges-
tions were leather belts, watch
straps, toilet kits, writing kits and
key cases.
A minimum of two dollars and
maximum of four or five has been
set on the cost of boxes. Donors have
been asked to wrap' boxes in Christ-
mas paper and ribbons and may en-
close greeting cards with names and
addre::ses on them.
Contents Must be Marked on Box
It is very important to mark the
contents of each package on the out-
side according to Jean Gaffney,
Chairman of the Christmas box
project. All boxes not clearly marked
will have to be opened and re-
wrapped.
Although many soldiers have been
discharged the Percy Jones hospital
will have twice as many patients on
this Christmas Day than they did on
the last.
Bedridden veterans of Percy Jones
will have a much happier Holiday
because of Christmas boxes donated
by the coeds of the University of
Michigan, said Jean Gaffney.

'U' Glee Clubs
Plan Concert
The University Women's Glee Club
and the Men's Glee Club are giving
a combined Christmas concert at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre in the League.
There are four main sections to
the program. Numbers will be sung
by the Women's Glee Club alone, and
by the Men's Glee Club, while the
rest of the program will be composed
of numbers by the combined glee
clubs. Soloists and piano accompan-
ists will be featured in some of the
numbers. The last part of the pro-
gram will be traditional Christmas
carols, the audience participating
"The program will be short, not
lasting more than an hour," Miss
Marguerite Hood, director of the
Women's Glee Club said. Everyone
on campus and in the city is invited
to attend. The Men's Glee Club is
under the direction of Mr. David
Mattern.
Be a Goodfellow
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to add to their allure. A novel idea
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