TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1947
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To Be Presented
Fred Waring To Be Guest of Wine-Gar
At League Council 'Hallow-Moon' Dance
Michigan Coed Tells of Hostel Trip Through Europe
The annual League Council
coed-bidformal dance will be re-
vived from 9 p.m. to midnight,
Friday, Oct. 31 in the League Ball-
Falling on Halloween night, the
dance will be called "Hallow-
moon" and the holiday theme will
be carried out on programs and
decorations. Pumpkins, witches
and harvest moons will be dis-
played in the ballroom while the
traditional Halloween refresh-
ments of cider and donuts will be
served in the Grand Rapids Room.
Wine-Gar To Play
Fran Wine-Gar and Nola, his
vocalist, will provide the music
for the dance. During the inter-
mission, special student talent will
be presented for flooishow enter-
Guest of the evening will be
Wine-Gar's friend of long stand-
ing, Fred Waring, who will come
to the dance following his evening
performance at Hill Auditorium.
Under the auspices of the
League Council, the formal dance
is sponsored by the League Social
Committee whose Chairman is
Other chairmen in charge of
special dance arrangements are
Barb Houghton and Mary Lou
Dove, floorshow; Pat Gurr, pro-
grams and patrons; Bobbie Jo
Ream, decorations; Lucu Saxman,
publicity and Dot Ellis, tickets.
Tickets on Sale Today
Beginning today, tickets will be
on sale in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the League which will be
open from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
during the week. Price of the
tickets, including tax is $2.00.
Proceeds of the dance will go to
the League Undergraduate Fund
which is used for different
Coeds interested in positions
as orientation advisors for next
fall may still sign for inter-
Views in the Undergraduate
Office in the League. Petitions,
if not already handed in, may
be brought to the interviews
held from 2 to 5 p.m. Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Fridays through Oct. 31.
MISSION FIESTA DANCE-Claudette Rapelje does the "cloud
dance" at San Gabriel Mission during ceremonies at which
Southern Californians bring to life the colorrui early days with
their "Bells of San Gabriel" fiesta.
By NOVA MUIR
Patricia Reid, a University of
Michigan coed, took advantage of
the three month trip through Eu-
rope offered by the American
Youth Hostels this summer.
Miss Reid said that the hostels
are built entirely by the young
people whovolunteer fora work
camp tour, and the organization
is completely non-profit, support-
ed by subscriptions from inter-
The summer tour in which Miss
Reid took part, included a month's
stay at a work camp. Passage to
Europe was restricted to recog-
nized groups who planned to aid
in reconstruction work. This, how-
ever, according to Miss Reid, is a
temporary condition, and regular
tours will probably be resumed
Miss Reid and the group with
which she was connected, consist-
ing of twelve persons and two
leaders, landed in Le Havre,
France after a 10-day passage.
They went to Paris immediately,
where they stayed at Camp Bolant
for three days. This camp, said
Miss Reid, was provided by the
State Department, and consisted
of a group of tents erected in a va-
cant lot, with the most rudimen-
The group proceeded from Paris
to their work camp, at Cauterets,
which is located in the heart of
the Pyrenees mountains, approxi-
mately 5,000 feet above sea level.
Miss Reid and her friends did a
great deal of manual labor, such
as grading gravel, making a sep-
tic tank, swinging pickaxes, and
dragging supplies up the moun-
tain. The camp was an interna-
tional center, with French, Brit-
ish, Dutch, Danish and Swedish
men and women workers. Their
project was to build a youth hos-
tel to be used by future travelers.
The working hours were from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m., said Miss Reid, with
two breaks for lunch and tea.
The month at camp was not
completely filled with labor, how-
The Bridge Group of the
Michigan Dames will meet at
8 p.m. today in the Hussey
Room of the Michigan League,
instead of Wednesday as pre-
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
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G. I. Requisitions Accepted
ever, as there were free days for
pack trips up the mountain and
visits in Spain.
After the month at Cauterets,
Miss Reid's group bicycled north
through the Pyrennees and across
the Riviera along the Mediter-
ranean Sea. At Nice, at the end of
the Mediterranean, they took a
train to Switzerland, "chiefly."
said Miss Reid, "to get fattened
up," as the food until then had
been scarce and unpalatable, In
Switzerland, however, they en-
joyed marvelous food, and even
chocolate was to be found.
The American Youth Hostels
have provided an inexpensive way
for young people to travel. They
do not pay for train tickets or
other expenses incurred by the
and oh, so new !
Somcthing really different
CARLA'S adorable hand-and-buckle
shoe . . . with snappy extension sole,
" Euckle dandy"
capering low heel!
so young, so unusual .. .
traveller, but have put up inex-
pensive boarding houses for
groups, with house parents who
act as directors. Miss Reid ex-
plained that, as hostellers travel in
a group. they save on group food
rates, and by traveling by bicycle
and on foot by rural routes, there
is an immense saving on trans-
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The first in a series of Union
sponsored informal coke dances
will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
day in the Union Ballroom.
Dancing to latest records will
continue to 4 p.m. after which
Tom McNall and his orchestra will
provide the music for the remain-
der of the afternoon with Jackie
Ward featured as vocalist.
Women are admitted free but
there is a small charge asked from
men attending to cover the cost of
cokes. The dance will not be re-
stricted to date couples. Stags are
urged to attend as the dance is in-
tended to be a mixer.
Chairman of *the series of
dances is Bob Holland. John
Quimby is in charge of publicity.
Tryouts for the Union-League
radioprogram will be held at 71
p.m. today on the 3i'd floor of the
Hutzel Building in down-town
Students are needed as actors,
announcers, and narrators. Those
accepted will be notified imme-
diately and rehearsals will begin1
WAA Hockey Club teams will
continue tournament games at 5
p.m. today and Thursday at Palm-
WAA Bowling Club will hold a
pre-season instruction session
for beginners at 5 p.m. today.
The ROTC Range will be open
to all members of the WAA Rifle
Club from 11 a.m. to noon Mon-
day through Friday, from 3 to 5
p.m. today and every Tuesday,
and from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
To Be 'Presented
Sweaters and skirts will domi-
nate the scene of the "Brown Jug
Jump" informal dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday in
the League Ballroom.
The event has been planned by
the Casbah Committee to accom-
modate the post-pep rally crowd.
Guests will receive programs in
the form of a brown jug tradi-
tioral trophy awarded annually to
the winner of the Michigan-Min-
Fran Wine-Gar and his band,
who have been appearing regu-
larly at the Casbah this season,
will provide music for dancing
and entertainment. Featured
members will be Nola, vocalist,
and Will Brask, pianist.
Cokes will be served in the
Grand Rapids Room, and the en-
tire second floor of the League
will be open to "Jump" guests.
Tickets are now on sale in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
The regular Casbah dance will
be held in the ballroom from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday.
Members of the Casbah Com-
mittee include Carol Holly, general
chairman; Audrey Buttery, floor-
show chairman, and Marilu Hill,
assistant; Lynn Rittenbomm, pub-
licity; and Ann Nichols and Joan
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