FRIhAY, NOVE tR 2, 1946
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WAA Gym Jam Will Feature
Sports, Bridge, Dancing Todayj
Students -will have an opportunity
to participate in sports and dancing
at WAA's Gym Jam, to be held from
8 p.m. to midnight today in Barbour
and Waterman Gyms.
Tickets for the dancing, which will
be held from 10 p.m. to midnight in
Barbour Gym, as well as sports tick-
ets, will be on sale at 8 p.m. today at
the door, according to Betty Eaton,
ticket chairman for the event.
Sports To Be Featured
Featured sports will include bad-
minton, ping pong, volleyball, and
bridge. Students are encouraged by
the committee to attend as stags or
on dates, and to participate in the
Volleyball is to be played from 8
p.m. to 10 p.m. in Barbour Gym, with
this event followed by dancing to re-
corded music. Badminton courts in
Waterman Gym will be set up for
play, and students will also be able
to play bridge at tables set up around
the Gym. Ping pong will be held up-
stairs in Barbour,
WAA Furnishes Equipment'
Sports equipment, including balls,
badminton birds and rackets, and
ping-pong paddles and balls will be
furnished by the WAA.for the use of
those attending Gym Jam. Playing
cards will also be available.
Gym Jam is sponsored by the WAA
Board to offer co-educational sports
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activities to University students.
Similar sport nights are held twice
yearly under WAA sponsorship. It is
held on a non-profit basis, with
ticket prices designed to cover cost of
equipment fbt the event.
Union- To Hold
The first n the series of weekly
Saturday Matinee dances modeled
after a daily Detroit radio program,
"Make-believe Ballroom," will be held
from 2 to 5 p m. tomorrow in the Un-
Students will be able to listen to
the Ohio State vs. Michigan football
game during the dance, as is the cus-
tom for away from home football
games. The affair is open to the en-
tire student body, who may attend
with or without dates.
Ed Chase, originator of the "Make-
believe Ballroom," has granted per-
mission to the Union to use the theme
of his program. Records used on the
original program have been approved,
Jerry Comer will be featured week-
ly as emcee. Announcing scores and
outstanding plays tomorrow will be
George Shaffer. Pete Pfohl is in
charge of records.
To Qive Special
Special feature of the Campus Cas-
bah floor show this weekend will be a
skit presented by members of Alpha
Chi Omega sorority, entitled "The
Sue Smith, star of last year's soph
cabaret, will sing popular songs. The
all-campus night club, open from 9
p.m. to midnight every Friday and
Saturday in the League Ballroom.
presents a new floorshow every week
featuring student talent.
Tickets for the Casbah are now on
sale at the main desk in the League
and will remain on sale through Sat-
urday. Students are asked to present
University identification cards when
Any students interested in taking
part in the Casbah floorshow are
urged to attend the tryout meetings
which are held at 7:30 p.m. every
Tuesday in the League. The room will
be posted at the League desk.
Will Be Given Today
At Veterans' Dance
A variety of acts will be featured
during the intermission of the weekly
Veterans' Dance to be held from 8:30
to 11:30 p.m. today in West Lodge in
Emcee Jim Leishman will introduce
the "Hand-Balancers," vocalist Bob
Dickey, and imitator Mes Alley. Acro-
bats Glen Nuff and Newt Loken, the
"Hand Balancer" team, were fea-
tured recently at the League Casbah
and appeared in the 1946 version of
Jerry Edwards and his orchestra,
with vocalist Beverly Early will fur-
nish the music for the dance. Ed-
wards is heard weekly at the affair.
Busses, provided for women at-
tending from campus, will leave from
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater en-
trances of the League at 7:45 p.m.
The dance is sponsored by the League
Social Committee in an effort to ac-
quaint students living in Willow Vil-
lage with those on campus.
Paul LaVoie and his orchestra will'
be featured fiom 9 p.m. to midnight
in the League Ballroom at "Soph
Tale-Spin," the 1946 edition of Soph
Cabaret, to be held from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight Saturday, Dec. 7 in the
Paul LaVoie has been Musical Di-
rector of station WJR in Detroit for
ten years. This young maestro has
directed such programs as "Motor
City Melodies," "FOB Detroit," "Star
Time," "Bedlam Time," "Studio
Party" and his current show, "Any-
The theme for this year's Cabaret
is based on nursery rhymes. In addi-
tion to dancing in the Ballroom, re-
freshments will be available in the
Grand Rapids Room, and the Kala-
mazoo Room is to be open as a card
room: The program of events also
includes an informal mixer dance in
the Hussey Room and a floorshow,
LaVole's Band To Play at Soph Cabaret
to be presented twice during the eve-
ning in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Unique decorations have been
planned to carry out the theme.
The Cabaret is an annual event
on campus, written, acted, directed
and produced by sophomore women,
and financed by their class dues. This
year's proceeds will go to the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp.
Traditionally the Cabaret takes
over the entire second floor of the
League for one night each year, It
is not strictly a date affair asrstu-
dents may come "stag or drag."
There will be a meeting at 5
p.m. Monday in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League for all soph-
omore women interested in doing
publicity work, inpthe form of
serenades, for Soph Cabaret.
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the engagement of their daughter,
Helen, to Mr. William Dietrich, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dietrich of
Cleveland, Okio. Miss Smith is a
member of Gamma Phi Beta and is
a senior this year. Mr. Dietrich is a
The engagement of Miss Lois Iver-
son has been announced by her par-
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Mosher Hall is holding a dance
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Victor Vaughn House is also pre-
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The music of Hugh Jackson and his
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An informal bridge party will be
given by Delta Tau Delta tomorrow
from 8 p.m. to midnight. Dancing
and refreshments will also be pro-
Golf Lessons Given
The WAA Golf Club lessons will
continue at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Monday's lesson will be the second
in a series of six lessons to be held at
the same time each succeeding Mon-
day. These lessons, open to begin-
ners and intermediates, include a lec-
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lowed by a practice period. The lec-
tures and supervision of the practice
periods will be by Mrs. Stewart Han-
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