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Students To Rpply

Winter Dance

ForJ-Ho
Applications for J-Hop tickets
may be made from 9 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Thursday and Friday and
from a.m. to noon Saturday at
* the ticket booth in University Hall.
Only juniors, seniors and grad-
uate students may make applica-
tions for tickets at this time, ac-
cording to Bruce Lockwood, ticket
chairman. There will be an open
sale of remaining J-Hop tickets
in the middle of January.-
J-Hop will be presented from
10 p.m. to 2 a.m. February 6 and
:; in the Intramural Building.
Coeds will receive 4 a.m. per-
mission for the night they at-
tend the dance. The names of
-the two bands engaged for the
hop will be announced later this
week.
Students will be asked to state
on their application which of the
two presentations of J-Hop they
prefer to attend. Juniors will be
given first preference on tickets,
then seniors and third, graduate
students.-
The postcard applications that

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are being used this year are
available in University Hall and
students applying are asked to
bring their l.D. cards and a one
cent stamp for reply postage.
When all applications are it
and the committee allots the tick-
ets, students will be informed
through the mails whether or not
their preference is approved.
All men's residences are asked
to submit a list of tie juniors,
seniors and graduate students
idho would like to attend J-Hop
and the night they prefer to at-
tend. This will aid the ticket
committee in allocating tickets.
A few more students are still
needed on the various J-Hop com-
mittees.
Bobby Jo Ream Is general chair-
man of J-Hop. Other central
committee heads are Nancy Hess,
decorations; Jo Kitchen, patrons
and programs; Joe Wimsatt, fi-
nance; Dan Treacy, building and
grounds; Ann Gestie, music and
general; Nancy Culligan, public-
ity and Bob Harrison, booths.

BRITISH CHORINES-Chorus girls of a British musical show
scheduled for a Broadway opening arrive in New York on board
the liner Queen Mary.

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WICtSOm VI1/PROBIBWs
Here is an ideal Xmas Gift for
the lover of good reading
One of our gift cards: $2.50 or $5.00 which
are redeemable in our lending library as
rental payments assures many nights of
pleasant reading.
COONS NN LIRR

Coeds May Sign
For Tournament
Coeds may sign up on the WAA
Bulletin Board in Barbour Gym to
enter the all-campus Singles Bad-
minton Tournament before tomor-
row.
Players must have had expe-
rience in playing badminton to be
eligible to enter the contest. Games
will be played in Barbour Gym be-
ginning tomorrow, and times will
be posted on the bulletin board
in addition to the rules of the
contest.
Membership of the WAA Bad-
minton Club is not a pre-requis-
it" for participation

Assembly

Ball

Petitions D.ue
Petitions for Assembly Ball cen-
tral committee muse be turned in
by noon today in the League Un-
dergraduate Office.
Petitioners should sign for an'
interview on the Undergraduate
bulletin board when they submit
their petitions. Interviewing will
be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. today,
3 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and 3 to
5 p.m. Monday.
All interviews will be held. in
the Assembly Office, Rm. D on the
third floor of the League. Coeds
must bring their eligibility cards
and Assemblymembership cards
to the interview.
Positions open on the Assembly
Ball central committee include
general chairman. assistant chair-

"The Greatest Show on Earth"
will be theetheme of Phi Sigma
Delta's winter formal, to be held
from 7 p.m. to midnight in the
League Ballroom featuring the
music of Fran Wine-Gar and his
orchestra.
The ballroom will be divided.
circus style, into three rings en-
closed by streamers to give the ap-
pearance of a circus tent.
Station WHRV will broadcast
the music of Wine-Gar's band,
featuring Nola on the vocals, the
last half-hour of the dance. En-
tertainment will be provided ear-
lier of Bob Hall, Detroit, enter-
tainer, and Mack Ferguson, pian-
ist.
Plans for the event have been
made by a committee, headed by
Bert Zausmer, and decorations are
under the supervision of Al Taub-
man.
Fridal's formal will be the first
part of a weekend party, which
will continue Saturday in a dude
ranch atmosphere at the frater-
nity house.
Law Group
Has Initiation,
The Campbell chapter of the
Phi Alpha Delta Law fraternity
initiated its new minembers at an
initiation dinner held last Tiurs-
day at the Union.
Mr. John J. Danhof, President
of the Detroit Law~ School and
General Counsel of the Michigan
Central Division of the New York
Central Railroad, was the speaker.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity and a former member of the
fraternity. Other guests were Ann
Arbor residents, Mr. John Grad-
field and Mr. Joseph Hooper.
Among those initiated were
Prof. Charles D. Joiner, John A.
Whitney, William F. Agar, Clem-
ent R. Bassett, LeRoy J. Contie,
Vincent T. Early, Earl F. Riley,
Luther S. Stewart, John T. Clark
and William E. Riggs.
The list continues with William
M. Siegel, John W. Hanlon, Lloyd
E. Eisenhower, Robert L. Drake,
Richard F. Biringer, Frederick W.
Hutchinson, Harry A. Everett,
John S. Page and Charles D. Bell.

IFC To Give
Holiday Party
For Children
The Inter-fr ternit:y Council
will entert ain Ann Arbor children
tand children of student veterans
at a Chrismas Pary from 3:30 to
4:30 pim. Thusday, Dec. 18 at
lill Auditoriumi.
santa Claus . purr5axed by Bill
' Grs will be mister fi ee-a
honies. The propramT will include
skit entitled, "Tae Nignt Before
Clhriatmas'" and Newt Loken 's
.'funny act."' Community carol
sign n clwn a will co-
lplete the entertainment.
ra bag will be disribte at
the close of the party. Tue cOmT-
mitiee estimates an attendance of
2,500 to 3,000 children.
Arrangements are being made
with the school board to allow
children to attend from Willow
Villege, Pittsfield Village, and Ann
Arbor schools.
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Jones of
Trenton, recently announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Marjorie Mae to Charles B. Bag-
ans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Bagans also of Trenton.
Miss Jones is a member of Al-
pha Xi Delta sorority and Kappa
Phi Methodist sorority. Mr. Bag-
ans, who was a student here iast
year, is now attending Michigan
State College.

Square Dancing Will Be Added
To 1NI Sp N Ls N ight Pro gram

Suare dancing l be added to
the list of activities of the Intra-
mural Sports Night program held
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. every
Friday.
The program is open to all stu-
lents. Identification 'card5 must
be sh i own UIOn e,1 it ran-e to the
buildin, and one ge' 1 is alowed
ol each card. NO adimiission is
charged.
The prograns are sponsored
by the Women's Athletic Asso-
McNalI To Play
At Union Mixer
Tom McNall and his orchestra
with vocalist Jackie Ward will be
featured at a coke dance from 3
to 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Union
Ballroom.
The dance is one in a series of
afternoon mixers sponsofred 'by tho
Union executive council, and un-
der the direction of Bob Holland.
Women will be amitted free.
but men students are charged a
small fee to pay for cost of cokes.
We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

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CHRISTMAS
SPECIAL

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Phone 2-2159
BEAUTY SHOP
314 East Liberty
Open Evenings by Appointment
Ample Parking Space

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Coed Glee Club
To Give Concert
The University Women's Glee
Club will present its annual
Christmas concert at 8:30 p.m. to-
morrow in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Under the direction of Miss
Marguerite Hood, the Glee Club
will give a program of Christmas
carols and modern Christmas
choral selections. No admission
will be charged.
Soloists will be Bonnie Elms,
Doris Kays, Suzanne Smith and
Ruth Spore. Katherine Mills, pi-
anist and Margaret Cawley, flu-
tist, will accompany the Glee
Club.
The audience will be invited to
participate in singing several fa-
vorite carols. -

We have persuaded ol' Kris Kringle to give
the next couple of weeks. And he brought
Christmas gifts with him-cosmetics, toys,

dies and fountain treats. Stop in today and let Kris help you
select your Christmas gifts at Calkins-Fletcher.
CALKINS-FLETCH ER - Headquarters for Christmas Shopping

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Ballerina - Short, or Formal
hOLIDAY DRESSES
In Sizes 9-15, 10-20, 38-44
$165 t -4995
Slim fflattering dinner ,owns in sizes to 44-
bouffant strapless, floor-s weeping formals-
swishig /affeta ballerinas for the juniors and a bevy
of afternoon dresses in the styles most becoming
to yon-whether a junior or grandmother.

Keen-teeners, these sweetheart swingsters
are the newest send-sation! Off the6

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* taffetas
1 jerseys
satins
crepes
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