Bohemian Life Will Be Portrayed
Flt Cabaret Tomorrow, Saturday
StilI on Sale
The color and pageantry of Bo-
hemian life will be portrayed. from
8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow and
Saturday when the sophomore
women present their 1947 Soph
Cabaret, "Side Street," in the
Taking over the entire second
floor, the Cabaret will offer con-
tinuous dancing in the ballroom to
LeRoy Smith's orchestra tomor-
row night and Tony Currier's or-
chestra Saturday night.
Novelty and concession booths
along the concourse and hall-
way will carry out the theme by
typifying a street in Greenwich
Village. Palm reading, fortune
telling, a wishing well and a
pawn shop are a few of the
Street vendors and barkers will
add to the scene by peddling their
wares of popcorn, home-made
candy and cigarettes. Sidewalk ar-
tists will also be present to paint
Cabaret scenes for visitors.
"Greenwich Gaities," variety
show, will be presented at 8:30
and 10 p.m. in Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre. Dancing and
singing solos, comedy acts and
chorus routines will highlight
the floorshows which will at-
tempt to give a traveler's con-
ception of the village.
Cabaret tickets must be pur-
chased to indicate which floor-
show the purchaser wishes to at-
tend. By this plan the central
committee hopes to avoid the con-
gestion of last year's perform-
.Both stag tickets at 75
cents and couple tickets at $1.50
Admission price will include
all Cabaret events during the
evening. Additional features
will be a mixer in the Hussey
Room, games in the Kalamazoo
Room and refreshments in the
Grand Rapids Room.
Ticket sales will continue today
and tomorrow in individual
houses and on campus. Booths will
be open from 10 a.m. to noon in
the Engineering Arch, from 10
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m.
on the Diag and in University
Hall, from 3 to 6 p.m. in the
League lobby and from noon to 5
p.m. in the Union. Tickets may
also be obtained from 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. at Mrs. lone Hendrian's
desk in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
Proceeds from the Cabaret
will go to the University Fresh
Air Camp Fund to be used for
Patrons for the event are Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth-
ven, Dean and Mrs. E. A. Walter,
Dean and Mrs. Walter B. Rea,
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dr. Margaret
Bell, Dean Elsie Fuller, Marie
Hartwig, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur
Bromage, Prof. and Mrs. Earl V.
Moore, Prof. and Mrs. William
McLaughlin, Prof. and Mrs. An-
drew B. White, Prof. and Mrs.
Benjamin Wheeler, Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick and Mrs. Ione Hendrian.
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GOWNS and SLIPS
Bur-Mil crepe and satin gowns
and slips ih tailored and dressy
styles. Gowns, sizes 32-52; Slips
in regular and junior sizes. We
also have flannelette gowns.
Gowns -- $3.95 up.
Slips - $2.95 up.
VERSATILE--Mary Crary, New
York socialite who toured the
European theater during the
war in a "one-woman show."
has turned her talents to the
League To Hold
Tea for Faculty
The College of Architecture
faculty will be the honored guests
at the Student-Faculty Hour, to
be held at 4 p.m. today in the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the League.
Co-sponsored by Assembly and
Panhellenic Association, the af-
fairs are held weekly to acquaint
students with the faculty members
of the various University depart-
ments. Students may attend in
A recent story by the Mademoi-
selle magazine has revealed some
interesting facts about the Ameri-
can college woman.
In reply to the question "What
was your reason for attending col-l
loge?" 27 per cent of the women
queried stated they went to col-
lege because they hoped it would
help them decide on a career.<
Only 41 per cent admitted they
went to college to study. Ten per
cent went because all their friendsl
were going. A few admitted to
family pressure. A brazen minor-
ity revealed their hopes of thereby
meeting someone they might, mar-
ry. They did not say whether or7
not they had.
To the question "What gaps, if
any, do you recognize in your ed-
ucation so far?" a smug third an-r
swered, "None." Of those less sat-
isfied, most wished they had had C
business, typing and shorthand
courses, more specific trainingin
some other field or more practical
A compulsory dress rehearsal
of the Soph Cabaret floorshowl
will be held from 7 to 10 p.m.
today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League, according
to Gail Huntington, floorshow
Sickets sre on sale at the desk
in theU1ion-lobb f o tho nnu
SUnion fo1mal to be held from 9
p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
Ticket sales will be limited to
400 ( iCS to insure adequate
daimcing space, the committee for
he e nt announced.
Frnk Tinker and his orchestra
tui h Mar'geanln asvocalist will
prox ide music for dancing. Inter-
in:: sion entertainment has been
lamnedi to include Frank Ander-
son liying baogie woogie piano
ud t f x r urtet singing a
Garden i corsages and holiday
programs will be given to all
women guests attending the
Decorations will include over
10.000 feet of decorative streamers
in varied colors, transforming the
appearance of the Rainbow Room.
Candid shots of the dance and in-
dividual couples will be taken dur-
ing the evening by a local photog-
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted
Lamb Tricot knit
briefs in white and
79c to $1.25
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Instruction will be given to
members of the WAA Golf Club at
5 p.m. today at the WAB. A num-
ber two or three iron will be used.
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Crop and Saddle members are
reminded that all rides must be
finished by Dec. 14, according to
Pat Peter, president.
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All women may sign up this
week in Barbour Gym for the All-
campus Badminton Singles Tour-
Michigan Theater Building
These To Soph Cabaret Too)
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O Shaliiar Gloves
* Hansen Gloves
* Rex Compacts
* Pilcher Compacts
* Hesco Bags
* Belt Modes
0 Jordan Jewelry
Rex and Pilcher designed
these intricate gold or sil-
ver compacts just for you
to give for Christmas.
$1.95 to $5.00 (i
You can buy all of your gifts for
women and gals right here
under one roof-and at prices
that leave you enough money to
make it home for the holidays.
Gloves for Every Occasion
Formal gloves, and mitts-pigskins,
suedes and kidskins for sport
or dress. All sizes by noted
$1.25 to $8.95
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Metal, leather or plasti
gold, silver, and colol
From narrow to wi
$1.00 to $5.t
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Glitter for her ears, arms, neckline
or hair in dainty or heavy
styles yet only
$1.00 to $25.00
Pure Silk Scarfs
Soft as down-they knot
easily-yet give needed
color to dark clothes.
Long or square styles.
$2.00 to $5.00
Cordes, wool broad-
cloth, plastics and
leather bags to
match her costume.
Large or small sizes..
$3.00 to $35.00
TO ENHANCE HER LEISURE HOURS
Enchanting Gifts for your favorite lady . . . Negligees and
housecoats from the COLLINS SHOPPE. Long, and sweep-
ing, warm and bouffant; very very feminine. Crepes, Satins,
Blanket Wools, Fine Flannels, Corduroys, Chenilles, and Quilts.
Misses' and Women's sizes.
Tailored or frilly
styles for old and
young. She needs
several for her
suits and dresses.
White and colors
$1.25 to $5.95
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