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WE~DNESD~AY, NOVEMB~ER 26, 1947

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Union To Sponsor
Specialty Dances.

Students To Dance
At 'Turkey Trot'
Especially planned for those
students spending the holiday in
Ann Arbor, the Union will pre-
sent another in its series of spe-
cialty dances from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today in the Union Ball-
room.
The dance is being called "Tur-
key Trot" in honor of the main
course of the Thanksgiving Day
dinner.
Tickets Are On Sale
Tickets are now on sale in the
Union lobby and are the same
price as regular Union dance tick-
ets. Music for dancing will be
supplied by Frank Tinker and his
orchestra, with Yvonne West fea-
tured as vocalist.
Union executive council mem-
bers composing the committee in
charge of the dance include
Keith Jordan, Bob Holland and
Bob Maier.
Intermission Programs
The Union Council has an-
nounced the revival of the cus-
tom of presenting special enter-
tainment during the intermis-
sion at the regular Friday and
Saturday dances.
The first of the new programs
will be given Saturday and will
feature the antics of Haze Schu-
maker as master of ceremonies
and vocalist Ruth Kirschbaum.
Wedding Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Shapiro
of New York announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Carolyn
Anita, to Dr. Sanford Bruce
Stone, also of New York.
The wedding took place Nov. 9
in New ,York.
The bride graduated from the
University last June. Dr. Stone, a
Navy veteran, is a graduate of
Western Reserve University.
The couple will live in New
ifork.

Tinker Will Play
For Union Formal
Traditionally the first strictly
formal dance of the term, the
Union formal will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight December 5 in
the Union ballroom.
Tickets for the 18th annual
dance are on sale at a booth in
the Union lobby for all Union
members.
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra, who play regularly at the
weekly Union dances will pro-
vide music for the affair, and
will feature Yvonne West as
vocalist.
Intermission entertainment has
been planned to include Frank
Anderson playing boogie woogie
at the piano, and the varsity
quartet which includes Rowland
McLaughlin, Bill Phebus, Jack
Jensen and Bill Jensen.
Gardenia corsages will be
presented to all women attend-
ing the dance as they enter the
ballroom. This has long been
a custom of the Union executive
council, which sponsors the for-
mal. .
Decorations will follow the for-
mal theme, with streamers trans-
forming the atmosphere of the,
ballroom.
Preceding the dance, the coun-
cil will hold its traditional ban-
quet. Members of "the, council in
charge of the dance include Gen-
eral Co-Chairmen Keith Jordan
and Loyal Jodar; decorations
chairman, Bob Holland; ticket
chairman, Merle Townley; pub-
licity chairmen, Dick Hitt and Joe
Frein; patrons chairman, Jack
Kruse; and Bill Tattersall in
charge of flowers.

DOGGY COSTUMES--Archie Ht. Payne of Scotch Plains, N.J.,
holds his collie, Blythe Bruce O'Glencairn, and Mrs. Whiting Hall
of Armonk, N.Y., her Great Dane, Simba of Collindane, at "dog
week" festivities in New York.
CONFIDENTIAL TIP:
Men Favor Daring Dresses
On Other Dates--Not Theirs

Casbah Band
To Broadcast
Over WHRV
After a preliminary broadcast
last Saturday, the music of Fran
Wine-Gar and his banl will be
broadcast from the Campus Cas-
bah over Station WHRV from 10
to 10:30 p.m. every Saturday.
The programs will be arranged
and introduced by Clair Linn,
program director for WHRV stu-
dios. Opening and closing with
Wine-Gar's theme song, "Evening
Breeze," the program this week
will feature Bill Hale, alto sax, in
an original arrangement of "Har-
lem Nocturne."
Floorshow Planned
During intermission Friday and
Saturday following the program,
the Casbah will present another
in the series of weekly floorshows.
A visitor from the University of
Missouri, "Bob" Robertson Daw-
son, will be introduced as guest
star by his brother "Buck," mas-
ter of ceremonies at the campus
nightclub.
Bob, because of his Brieske-like
capabilities with the Missouri
football team and his shy but
amusing personality, is commonly
known as "The Toe" and the
"Wa-bashful Humorist."
Contralto To Sing
Lynn Wohlgemilth, contralto,
will sing several familiar songs,
including "Yours Is My Heart
Alone" and "Yesterdays." Miss
Wohlgemuth will be accompanied
by Ann Schubring.
Completing the program of en-
tertainment will be a monologue,
"The Waltz," written by Dorothy
Parker and presented by Audrey
Buttery.
Tickets for both night's dances
are on sale in the Undergraduate
Offhce of the League.
Acacians Plan
Annual Program
Acacians will hold their tradi-
tional Thanksgiving Day pro-
gram tomorrow for pledges, active
members and alumni..
For the past 15 years Acacians
have remained on campus for this
holiday. Activities begin with a
hike through the Huron River
valley followed by a football game
in the Arboretum. Everyone on
campus is invited to watch this
holiday classic.
The feature of the day, the tur-
key dinner will be followed by a
skit by the pledges satirizing the
active chapter. An informal party
in the evening will conclude cele-
brations.

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WITH EVIDENCES of the "new
look" sprouting up all over the
campus, here's a confidential tip
to coeds. Men like daring dresses
only on the other fellow's date,
not theirs.
That was the essence of opin-
ion expressed by a group of
collegians, including Eugene
Rossides of Columbia football
fame, who served on Cosmopoli-
tan magazine's male - tested
fashion jury at New York's
Stork Club.
"BELIEVE IT OR NOT they
voted consistently for gowns
with some covering over the

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Office in Barbour Gym.

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editor of the magazine declared.
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decolletage was something de-
lightful to them only on th6 other
fellow's girl."
Typical. of. college. men
throughout the country, many
of them having returned from
overseas service, they represent-
ed a cross section of male opi.n-
ion as to how they like their
women to dress. Yale, Prince-
ton, Cornell, Amherst, Colum-
bia, Dartmouth, The University
of Missouri, and the University
of Nebraska were represented.
"G ENERALLY THE BOYS ap-
proved of dresses that had a
sophisticated but not too exposed
look," Mrs. Wister said. "In fact
it's a look the boys pronounced
'dreamy'."
Rossides was particularly im-
pressed with the slit hemline of
one of the winning dresses
which embodied all the fashion,
points that had been empha-
sized. It was a royal blue crepe
gown that bared the shoulders
but covered the arms complete-
ly. The skirt, with sophistibated
hip-line drape, tapered to a
narrow hemiline, but the slit
allowed plenty of freedom for
dancing.
"SOPHISTICATED AND relax-
ing" was the way Paul" Stes-
sel of the University of Missouri
described one of the winning
dresses in the group shown.
Bob Folan, Yale hockey play-
er and Bob Slocum, who pitches
for the Princeton baseball team
were inclined to "make haste
slowly" in appraising some of
the newer length dresses. "We
had better take our time and
thrash this thing over," was the
way Folan expressed it, while
Slocum said, "The length is too
sudden a departure."
When a colorful group of floor-
length gowns was danced into the
room, Seth Baker, vice chairman
of the yearbook and member of
the student council at Amherst,
became a bit confused in his ar-
ticulation; "These are a great im-
provement on gownless evening
straps, I mean strapless evening
gowns," he was heard to say.
Other members of the jury were
Dick Littauer of Cornell, Dean
Graunke, University of Nebraska
and Gene Bokor of Dartmouth.
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The physical education de-
partment faculty has chal-
lenged the Physical Education
majors to a volley ball game,
to be played at 9 a.m. today in
Barbour Gym. Women are
asked to wear pastel sweaters
and dark skirts as the picture
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West Medical Bldg. Subject: "Bi-
ological Acetylation." All interest-
ed are invited.
Seminar in Engineering Me-
chanics: The Engineering Me-
chanics Department is sponsoring
a series of discussions on applied
mechanics. Discussion : 4 p.m.,
Wed., Nov. 26, Rm. 406, W. Engi-
neering Bldg. Mr. P. F. Chenea
will discuss a particular problem
in Elastic Plates.
Geometry Seminar: Wed., Nov.
26, 2 p.m., Rm. 3001, Angell Hall.
Mr. D. K. Kazarinoff will speak
"On Paratactic Circles."
Exhibitions
Design and the Modern Poster.
Ground floor corridor, College of
Architecture and Design. Through
November 26.
Museum of Art: PAINTINGS
LOOTED FROM HOLLAND,
through November 28. Alumni Me-
morial Hall: Daily, except Mon-
day, 10-12 and 2-5; Sunday, 2-5;
Wednesday evenings,.7-9; Thanks-
giving Day, 2-5. Gallery talk. The
public is cordially invited.
Michigan Historical Coll1ctions:
"Items Relating to the Dutch Set-
tlements in Michigan," 160 Rack-
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