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FIIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Christmas Revue To Offer
Gay Holiday Entertainmen
I Santa Claus will be on hand to Christmas selections byt
climax the festive entertainment University Glee Club, and Wo
at the annual Christmas Revue, to ens Glee Club. Musical co
be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday trasts will be presented
in Hill Auditorium. Frank Anderson, in his vers
The holiday spirit will be evi- of Christmas Boogie.
dent in the variety program A special scoring of the "Chr
planned for the all-campus event.
Joe Dean, "the man on stilts," nos Song" with Warren Benson
JtriDl act as master of e ies. he drums, will be featured
SFperemones. Frank Tinker and his orches
The revue entertainment will In addition, Tinker will fea
include songs of well-known new Christmas arrangements
old hit tunes. Other talent
include musical selections by
Y FC Will Give Varsity Quartette and Ann S
Ch idren's Partbring.
Ch~ildrefs Party Phil McLean will imperson
Elementary school children of Santa Claus, and present gi
Ann Arbor will be entertained at to a number of people chosen
a Christmas party given by the random from the audiew
Interfraternity Council at 3:30 Community singing, accompa
p.m. Thursday in Hill Auditorium. ied by Bill MacGowen at t
Special arrangements have been organ, will complete the e
made with the school boards to al- ning's entertainment.
low children from St. Thomas, The event is co-sponsored
University and Ann Arbor schools the Union and League, and all
to attend, according to Jim Toler, penses will be assumed by the
committee member. ganizations. There is no cha
The committee expects to enter- but students may donate fund
tain about 3,000 children. aid the University Recrea
Santa Claus, in the person of Center at the Fresh Air Ca
Bill Roberts, will be master of Buckets will be placed at
ceremonies. The entertainment trances to the auditorium to
program will include a "funny cept donations. Members of
act" by Newt Loken, skits and Union and League staffs will
Scommunity carol singing. the buckets.
The stage will be decorated with Barbara Busse, Bob Olshef
trees and lights in the Christmas -rd Bob Holland are co-chairn
tradition. for the event.

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Announces
NEW LOCATION FOR CHURCH SERVICES
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALLROOM
2nd floor
Church 10:30 A.M. Sunday - 8:00 P.M. Wednesday
Sunday School 11:45 A.M.
The members and congregation of this church are looking
toward the building of a new church on their lot on Washtenaw
Ave. and are using temporary.quarters until that time.
NEW EOCATION OF READING ROOM
211 E. WASHINGTON
Hours 11:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (except Sundays and Holidays)

WHITE MINK-This luxurious
stole for evening wear is fash-
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York out of white kohinoor
mink on a silk shell.
Men's Groups
To Be Honored
At Union Dance
Se-Hon-So Ball, the second Un-
ion dance of the year to honor
men's honorary societies, will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight, Sat-.
urday in the Union ballroom.
The dance, a sequel to Ju-Hon-
So Ball, held a month ago, will
honorthe two senior honorary
societies, Druids and Vulcans.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will provide music for the dance,
and will feature Margeann as vo-
calist.
Intermission entertainment has
been planned to include a black
face chorus, blues singer, and
comedy act.
Decorations for the dance are
under the supervision of Gerry
Goldsmith and Pete Craighead.
Publicity heads are Bob Maier
and Steve Hajos; programs de-
signed by Dick Bender and John
Bergman; and entertainment is
being planned by Bill Curry and
Al Borger.
Casbah To Hold
'Sleigh Bell Ball'
"Sleigh Bell Ball," Campus Cas-
bah's special informal Christmas
dance, will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday in the League
Ballroom.
The main feature of the dance
will be a student talent revue en-
titled "Sleigh It's Not Snow." The
show, which is to be presented
during intermission, will be intro-
duced by master of ceremonies,
Buck Dawson.

By JEAN WHITNEY and MARILYN JONES
CHRISTMAS PARTIES and pledge formals are in the majority this
weekend as students prepare for a final fling before hitting the
road for home.
Keeping up with the weather, "Operation Igloo" will be the theme
of the Theta Cni pledge formal tomorrow. Beginning with a dinner at
the Union, the Theta Chi's will progress to their house where they will
dance to the music of Johnny Harberd's orchestra.
Kay Linch, chairman of the Gamma Phi Christmas formal to-
day has planned old-fashioned Christmas decorations for the
house. Refreshments will be served, and Johnny Harberd will fur-
nish the music.
The AK Psi's will honor their pledges at a formal dance tomorrow.
Fruit cake and punch will be served in a candlelit atmosphere with
Christmas decorations. Howard Williams and his band from Toledo
will play for dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight in the League Hussey
Room.
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS will also be featured at the Delta
Gamma house tomorrow when the DG's hold their annual winter
formal.
The Christmas spirit will reign over the "Candy Cane Caper"
when Santa Claus puts in his appearance at Jordan Hall today. Har-
vey Judson's orchestra will provide the music at this informal dance.
Pledges of Phi Sigma Kappa will dance above the clouds in
the dim starlight of interplanetary space at the formal dance
honoring them tomorrow. Music will be furnished by Al Chase
and his orchestra.
Helen Newberry coeds will present a Christmas formal today fea-
turing the music of Al Chase. Punch and cookies will be served as re-
freshments.
FRATERNITY COLORS and a Christmas theme will be the basis of
the decorations at the Washtenaw Country Club when the Kappa
Sig's hold their pledge formal today. Johnny Cakes and his band will
play for dancing, and miniature paddles will be given as favors.
The coeds of Mary Markley House and their guests will be en-
tertained at a Christmas party from 8 p.m. to midnight today.
The Alpha Xi's will present their 21st annual "Holly Hop"
at 9 p.m. today in the ┬░Union. Corky Kuivinen's Revelers will fur-
nish music for the formal.
Sigma Chi pledges will be honored at a formal dance tomorrow at
the chapter house. Ralph Wilson's orchestra will furnish music in a
Christmas setting. Pledge dates will be favored with miniature pad-
dles and white rose corsages.
THE TRADITIONAL tree-trimming and caroling party will be held
at Adelia Cheever House at 8:30 p.m. today. Mary Manley, Ruth
Zeizier, Stella Wilson, Joan Studer, Sue Fox and Esther Griffen are
in charge.
The annual Pilam "Winter Weekend" will begin today with a
formal dance at Smitn's. The America of the 1920 era will be the
theme of the dance at which Whitey Gobrecht and his band will be
highlighted. The weekend will conclude with an informal dance to-
morrow at the fraternity house.
Al Rice':; Combo will play for dancing at the Alpha Gam
Christmas pledge formal. Pollee Thomson is in charge of the dance
which is to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight today.
Pastel-shaded gardenias and gold loving-cups will be favors at the
Delt buffet supper and Christmas formal tomorrow. Hugh Jackson's
orchestra will be featured.
REGARDLESS OF THE weather, the Sig Ep house will sport frosted
windows at their Christmas dance today. Jack Passfield, artistic
pledge, has painted the windows and planned decorations for the rest
of the house. Hary Troxwell will preside as Santa Claus at an in-
termission program.
Betsy Barbour's annual "Holiday Hop" will feature old-fashioned
Christmas decorations on a red and green theme. Ken Norman's music
will be spotlighted at the formal, to be presented from 9 p.m. to mid-.
right today.
Theta Xi will initiate an all-week Christmas display when
they decorate the outside of their house for their pledge formal
tomorrow. Santa Claus, his sleigh and reindeer will light up the
front of the house. The pillars will be decked out as candy canes.
Winter wonderland decorations have also been planned for the
inside of the house.
Coeds are requested to wear the "old look" (tight sweaters and
short skirts) at the SAE "Holiday Preview" tomorrow. A four-piece
;ombo will furnish music in a candlelight and mistletoe atmosphere.

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Regular assortments available
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Special assortments candies and nuts
Christmas Hard Candy lb. $ .55
Mixed Salted Nuts .lb1. $1.50
Peppermint Patties .l b. $ .90
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speak on the subject, "The Origin
of Meteorites."
Biological Chemistry Seminar:
3:30 p.m., Fri., Dec. 12, Rm. 319,
W. Medical Bldg. Subject: "Food
Technology and the Nutritive
Value of Processed Foods (a)
Agene (b) Pasteurization of Milk."
All interested are invited.
Political Science 67: The regu-
lar class meeting, 10 a.m., Sat.,
Dec. 13, Rm. 1035, Angell Hall,
will be devoted to a consideration
of the Foreign Service of the Unit-
ed States. Students interested in
the Foreign Service are invited.
Psychology 87 Laboratory: Lab-
oratory examination, 5 to 6 p.m.,
Thurs., Dec. 18. A through L, 231
Angell Hall. M through Z, 25 An-
gell Hall.
Concert
Student Recital: Robert Hen-
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