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URTDAY, .9CTOrBRU24, 194'7.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Photographer
From 'Life'
To Visit Hop
"Life"'s photographer, David
Zeitlin, '41, will visit the Campus
Casbah tonight during their in-
formal dance, the "Brown Jug
Juggle," to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the League Ballroom.
Zeitlin will attempt, during his
visit, to cover the main festivities
which make up a typical home-
coming weekend in a college town.
Sweaters and skirts will be
worst to the "Juggle" to accom-
modate students returning from
the pep rally at South Ferry
Field. Fran Wine-Gar and his
band, featuring Nola as vocalist
and Will Brask on the piano,
will furnish music fAr dancing
and entertainment.
The Casbah Committee is now
planning a re-presentation of floor
shows to entertain patrons. Nov. 1
has been announced as the tenta-
tive opening date for the intermis-
sion entertainment.
A system of reserving tables
is also being considered by the
committee and will go into ef-
fect soon. This innovation will
enable those wkho come first to
obtain the best tables, and will
make it possible for parties of
large numbers of guests to be
seated together.
Tickets for the "Brown Jug
Juggle" are still on sale in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.

Sophomore
Fee Soliciting
Ends Today

ON THE HOUSE]

Collection of sophomore
has been extended through
by members of the finance
mittee of Soph Cabaret.

dues
today
com-

In place of the house and dor-
mitory canvass collection, com-
mittee members will maintain a
booth from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the lobby of the League for sopho-
more women who have not been
personally contacted to pay dues.
Coeds living in private homes are
also urged. to contribute to the
sophomore fund which will be
used to finance the Cabaret.
Those coeds who are unable to
pay their dues when the booth is
.pen may give the money to Mrs.
lone Hendrian, Soph Cabaret ad-
visor, at any time during the day
in the Undergraduate Oftice of the
League.
"We hope to have 100 per cent
participation in the drive by the
end of the week, since this is an
important way in which all sopho-
more women can unite to make
the Cabaret a financial success,',
Edith Andrews, finance chairman,
stressed.
Proceeds of the Cabaret for this
year will go to the University
Fresh Air Camp Fund, the central
committee decided.
Soph Cabaret will be presented
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

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TAFFETA--Black taffeta with
multi-colored dots fashions this
formal gown modeled by Gloria
Henry of the films.
Coeds Plan
Faculty Teas'
Panhellenic and Assemoly, joint
sponsors of the forthcoming stu-
dent-faculty teas to be held week-
ly in the League, have announced
members who have been selected
to serve on committees.
General co-chairmen will be
Jeannette Collins, Alpha Xi Delta,
and Janet Vester. Independent
committee members include San-
dra Loeb, publicity; Nancy Wil-
liams, invitations; Lillian Cohen
and Dorothy Fogel, hostesses; and
Cornelia Kinne, refreshments.
Panhellenic choices for commit-
tee assistants are Dorothy Doer-
fuer, Kappa Delta; Marjorie Heu-
son, Kappa Delta; Judy Levin,
Sigma Delta Tau; Marcia Lipsett,
Sigma Delta Tau; and Carolyn
Vicinus, Alpha Omicron Pi.
WAA Rifle Club
Plans Practices
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. every Tuesday, and from 1 to
3 p.m. Wednesday.
These practice periods will give
members an opportunity to receive
instructions. Rifles and ammuni-
tion are furnished to the members.
Plans for the coming year include
participation in Intercollegiate
Telegraphic Meets and a chance
to work up ranks in the National
Rifle Association.

WITH the onslaught of the
Minnesota football team and
the battle for the Little Brown
Jug, homecoming is expected to
hit the campus hard.
The, pep rally, Varsity Night,
Homecoming dance and a record
number of house parties will set
the scene for the biggest 1947 foot-
ball weekend. After the game stu-
dents will return to fraternities,
residence halls and sororities for
open houses, buffet suppers and
dances.
Among the celebrations along
Fraternity Row will be a dance
tomorrow at the SAE house, ac-
cording to Social Chairman Don
Champney. Johnny Oakes and
his six-piece band, with vocalist
and keyboard specialist Fran
Nelson, will provide music. In-
cluded on the guest list are Walt
Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Talbot. The traditional Phi
Delt-SAE football game will be
held tomorrow morning in the
"Mud Bowl." Half-time enter-
tainment will be furnished by a
Sorosis-Theta scrimmage.'
Following today's pep rally, Sig-
ma Alpha Mu will throw a strictlyj
informal party. Decorations are to
be on a fall harvest theme. Skirts
and sweaters will be the official
attire for this affair. Refresh-
ments in the form of cider and
hot dogs will be served. Minne-
sota SAM's will be entertained to-
morrow with a buffet lunch and
supper and open house following
the game.
TOM McNALL'S orchestra with
Jackie Ward as vocalist will
be featured from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow at the Chi Phi
house. According to DonBacon,
social chairman, "conservative
dinner music" from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. will be an added attraction.
Theta Delt activities will in-
clude an open house and buffet
supper tomorrow for alumni who'
will not be able to attend the fra-
ternity's 100th anniversary cele-
bration next weekend. Among the
guests will be William P. Favorite
and Ronald Butler .from Detroit,
and Charles Kimbel from Grand
Rapids. Ed Morhous and his band
will play for dancing from 9 p.m.
to midnight.
According to social chairman
Bob Frick, the Chi Psi's have
planned a full weekend. Home-
coming alums will be enter-
tained at a pre-game luncheon
and an open house 'after the
game at the Lodge. There will
also be a dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow at Smith's
featuring Bob Henline 's or-
chestra.
A "Brown Jug Hop" will be
given at Phi Sigma Kappa follow-
ing an open house and buffet sup-
per tomorrow. A Brown Jug bar

and maize and blue decorations
will carry out the weekend theme.
THE ALPHA SIGS will entertain
Lain their alumni at an all day
open house tomorrow, including a
buffet lunch and, supper. Jim
Hodge, social chairman, stated
that the dance with music by the
Hay W. Smith band from Wayne
will be a 'victory celebration."
"Hill Top Hall" in a southern
plantation atmosphere will high-
light the activities today at the
Pi Lam house. Art Starr's sextet
will play for dancing. Guests at
tomorrow's open house will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Burke from
Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin May from Monroe.
Alpha Kappa Psi will go Swed-
ish tomorrow with a Smorgas-
bord after the game. Faculty
fraternity brothers especially
have been invited. Climaxing
the homecoming weekend will
be a dance in the Hussey Room .
of the League with music fur-
nished by Ralph Wilson and his
band.
The Phi Delts and their dates
will dance to the music of Johnny
Harvard's orchestra at a dance
following an open house and buf-
fet supper tomorrow, it was an-
nounced by social chairman Bill
Rush.
ACACIAS and their dates will
open the weekend festivities
today by meeting at the house and
going from there to the pep rally.
A buffet supper and dance from 9
p.m. to midnight tomorrow will
continue the activities for the
alumni reunion.
Beta dates will be entertained at
a dinner today in return for their
help with the Beta's homecoming
display. A dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow will honor
alums.
The Delts will celebrate the
weekend with a luncheon, an
open house, a buffet supper and
a dance tomorrow, according to
Bob DeRose, social chairman.
A house dance after the pep
rally today will be given by ZBT.
The Theta Xi's have planned an
open house, buffet supper and
dance for tomorrow.
OHN HARBERD and his or-
chestra will provide music for
the Phi Psi dinner dance tomor-
row. Minnesota Sigma Chi's will
be guests of their Michigan broth-
er, at an open house and dance
tomorrow. DKE activities for to-
morrow will include a luncheon,
open hotse, buffet supper and
dance.
Concluding the list of weekend
,ctivities will be open houses for
friends and relatives at all soror-
ity houses and the majority of
women's residence halls.
Give Now-To Your
Community Fund

Date Bureau
To Organize
'Icebreakers' Will Arrange
Introductions for Students
The "Icebreakers," a bureaul
through which men and women
students may become acquainted,1
will be organized by the Assembly
Association of the League in co-
operation with the Union.
This agency will arrange infor-
mal meetings to introduce those
who register. No guarantee will be
made to arrange dates for the stu-
dents, however.
Students May Register
Those interested may sign up
from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Thursday in the alcove
of the League lobby.
The bureau willbe open, fol-
lowing the initial registration pe-
riod, from 3 to 5 p.m. every Wed-
nesday.
Files To Be Kept
A file will be kept of all persons
registered with the bureau. Data
on an individual will be available
to any other member of the or-
ganization.
This bureau is being organized
as a result of requests that a date
bureau be maintained. The idea
has been tried before and proved
vary successful. The committee
expressed the hope that many stu-
dents register.
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by Elizabeth Woodward
America's foremost authority on young people's problems
You've picked yourself a side-kick ... and from her you
are seldom parted. Wherever she is...there you are also. As
thick as thieves, you share your thoughts, your secrets...
sometimes your dates.
Maybe you're birds of a feather. But usually unlikes attract
each other. Contrasts in coloring and inner fire make you
good foils for each other. When one is low, the other high. When one
is bold, the other shy. When a cat has the tongue of one, the other talks
enough for two. Whatever is the tie that binds...you two girls compli.
ment each other.
Which is a lovely thing...until one of you turns copycat. You started
off trying to agree on everything...just to keep your friendship smooth.
So you choked down your differences ... and got to thinking, looking
and liking alike.
Not necessarily because you both went for the same things. But one
of you did ... so the other had to. Copycatting carries teamwork
too far. It's tough on the one who sets the pace ... and the one who
follows through.
Partners should carry equal shares of the load. If one has to dream
up all the ideas, think out all the plans, take all the initiative...while
the other trots meekly along ...it gets to be a wearing chore. That's
dragging dead weight.
And being led by the nose...dancing to somebody else's tune...can
pall too. It's grim to be the beastly burden.
If you want your friendship to be a thing of beauty and a joy forever
...don't cling to it like the drowning man's straw.
Learn to live with it...and without it. Have fun
together...have fun separately. Put in even more
stimulation and steam than you get from it.
And don't let anybody call you a weak sister!

Plan On This
Saturday Luncheon
In THE GARDEN and SNACK BAR

Special
'Homecoming' Plate
SPANISH RICE
and PEACH SALAD
Roll and Butter
(if you ask for it!)
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