M- A-DtY 3DLElthj R 1-4'1 917
THE ItH, N AR Y
Union Council Will Present
Annual Christmas Formal
The 18th annual formal spon-
sored by the Union executive
council will be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight today in the Union
Tickets for the dance may still
)e purchased at the main desk in
the Union lobby.
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra, who have been featured at
the Union for the past two years
will provide music for dancing.
New vocalist, Margeann, will al-
so be featured in Union ball-
Decorations have been planned
to include over 10,000 feet of color-
ed streamers, the most extensive
scheme since pre-war Union for"-
Traditionally, gardenia cor-
sages will be presented to all
women attending the dance and
candid shots of couples will be
taken by a local photographer.
Intermission entertainment will
include Frank Anderson playing
boogie woogie piano and the Var-
sity quartet singing several fav-
orite college songs. .The quartet
is composed of 1st tenor, Row-
land McLauglin; 2nd tenor, Bill
Phebus; baritone, Jack Jensen
and bass, Bill Jenson.
Members of the Union execu-
tive council in charge of the
dance are Keith Jordan and
Loyal Jodar, general co-chair-
--n° deo-tionq. Bob ifooand;
tickets, Merle Town ley: prbli
city, Dick Hitt and Joe Frein;
patrons, Jack Kruse; and 'low-
ers, Bill Tattersall.
The council will hold their an-
nual dinner immediately preced-
ing the formal.
Patrons for the dance will be
President and Mrs. Alexander
G. Ruthven, Provost and Mrs.
James D. Adams, Vice-president
and Mrs. Marvin L. Niehuss,
Regent and Mrs. Harry G. Kip-
The list continues with Dean
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean Alice
.loyd, Dean and Mrs. Erich A.
'alter, Dean and Mrs. Walter B.
Zea, Dean and Mrs. Hayward K.
<eniston, and Dean and Mrs.
rvan C. Crawford.
To Meet in Ypsi
Washtenaw County Board of
'nm"'n's National Officials Rat-
ing Committee will hold a soft-
ball-basketball clinic tomorrow at
Michigan State Normal College.
All physical education majors
and other interested persons are
invited to attend. Additional in-
formation may be obtained in of-
o m ,~.. i .
An extravaganza of concessions,
novelty booths, dancing, special
mixers, the "Greenwich Gaities"
floorshows, and several unrevealed
events of "Sidestreet," this year's
Soph Cabaret, will dominate the
entire second floor of the League
from 8 p.m. to midnight today and
The intrigue and hidden talents
of the famed Greenwich town,
which is the theme of the show,
will be provided by palm reading,
fortune telling, a wishing well, a
pawn shop, -and street vendors
who will sell their wares to the
visitors. Sidewalk artists will also
do request portraits of those at-
The floorshows will be present-
ed twice nightly at 8:30 and 10
p.m., while there will be continu-
ous dancing in the League Ball-
room to the music of LeRoy Smith
today and Tony Currier tomorrow.
The Hussey Room will, feature
mixers, the Kalamazoo room,
games, and the Grand Rapids
Tickets which include admission
to all Cabaret events will continue
today and tomorrow on campus
from at previously specified times
in the Engineering Arch, Univer-
sity Hall, the League Lobby, the
Union, and on the Diag.
.y' at':AbJ wit' fTNiV I md M Aii 'r l £ .N JtiNk
JTNIATURT' PADDE.8., b ac ets iid i.'ares will be seen in abil
dance when1 'ratenitris i Donor their pledgesat formal dinner-
dances this weu.kend. In adition there will be hayrides and regular
snd special house parties.
The Lambda Chi pledge class, with Mike Belmont as president,
will be honored at a dinner-dance from 7 to 11:30 p.m. today at the
Farm Cupboard. Coeds will be favored with miniature paddles and
corsages. A Lambda Chi singing sextet will entertain following the
dinner. Music Tor dancing will be furnished by John Oakes and his
The Prescott Ilouse "Snowshoe Shuffle" will be presented to-
morrow at the East Quad. Joe Jameson's Combo will play for the
informal dance. Refreshments will be served in a winter holiday
The DU pledges will be guests of honor at a dinner-dance from
7:15 p.m. to midnight tcday at Smith's. Favors will be miniature pad-
dles and programs. Johnny Harberd's orchestra will play for dancing.
Trigon will give their annual "Gambol Inn" party tomorrow. The
basement will be decorated in the form of a gambling house with rou-
lette tables, etc.. and dancing will be featured on the first floor.
THE ANNUAL ACACIA pledge formal will be given tomorrow at the
Acacia house. A dinner at Smith's will precede the dance. Musih
will be furnished by Corky Kuievenen's Revelers.
Sigma Chi', will entertain their dates at a sleigh-ride tomorrow
at the Golfside Stabes. There will be dancing during the evening and
hamburgers and soft drinks will be served.
A sign reading "Washtenaw Plaza" will guide the Zeta Psi's to the
annual pledge formal. Using a hotel theme, the dance will be run in
the form of a fraternity convention. Upon entering the guests will sign
tle register and will procur from their "mail boxes" miniature paddles
with keys attached. The house will be decorated with convention
signs and potted palms Refreshments will be served in the Sky-Blue-
Pink Room. Howie Williams and his band will be featured for dane-
About 60 couples will dance to the music of Johnny Oakes
and his band at the Annual Winter Formal given by ZWT tonmor-
row. The dinner-dance will be given at Farm Cupboard, which
win be decoratea in a winter theme.
Tomorrow West Quad will be invaded by soft lights, mellow music,
and dancing figures when the residents hold their annual.Christmas
formal, the "Holly Hop." Music will be played by Tom McNall and his
Following a dinner at the Union, the Theta Delt pledges will be
entertained at a formal dance given at the house. Bracelets with the
fraternity crest will be presented as favors. Lee Stewart and his or-
chestra will play for dancing. 1
Pet[ un for Assembly Ball are
due at noon Tuesday in the Un-
dergraduat Office of the League.
All independent women except
first semester freehmen, may pe-
tition for positions on the central
committee for the traditional co-
ed-bid dance to be presented early
in March. Coeds are to sign for
interview appointments at the
time they submit their petitions.
Interviewing will be held from
3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, 3 to 5:30
p.m. Thursday and from 3 to 5
p.m. Monday, December 15. In-
terviews will be held in the As-
sembly Office, Rm. D on the third
floor of the League.
Petitioners are asked to bring
eli ibili ty cards and Assembly
mnemibership cards to the inter-
views. Membership cards may be
picked up in the Assembly Office
Petitions should include spe-
cific ideas for dance theme and
committee organization, and coeds
shc2 ld be prepared to discuss their
proposed plans at the interviews.
Wyvern, junior honorary so-
ciety, will hold a meeting to-
day at 5 p.m. in the Garden
Roam of the League.
Tie WAA find ,n ili open
Ineetiligs to alltin Iverst'ill"t'y coeds
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Itmorrow
in Barbour Gym.
The group was formed so that
women inable to attend the Wed-
nesday meetings would be able to
participate in the club activities.
Members attending the Wednes-
day section are not required to
attend the Saturday division.
Rackets and birds must be furn-
ished by the players but rackets
may also be rented. Additional
information may be obtained by
calling Naida Chernow, club
manager. at 2-4471.
All University women may sign
up on the WAA Bulletin Board in
Barbour Gym for the Singles Bad-
minton Tournament which will
begin next week.
Players must have had experi-
ence in playing to be eligible to
participate in the contest. The
tournament will be a double elim-
ination and players will be in-
formed of times and games sched-
uled by notices posted on the bul-
letin board. Playing will take
place in Barbour and Waterman
Ensian pictures of Crop and
Saddle members will be taken at
regular riding times today and
I _ _
gust spot ialth _Eu4ui'Te
Square dancing will be add-
ed to the list of activities at
the Intra-mural Sports Night
weekly programs held from
7:30 to 10:30 p.m. today.
All students may attend the
function. Identification cards
are required, but one guest is
allowed on each card. Assist-
ants this week will be members
of Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Other activities include swim-
ining, volleyball, gymnastics,
handball and bridge. Lockers
and towels are furnished free
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