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October 03, 1947 - Image 5

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3, 1947'


' Soph Cabaret Staff To Explain
Committee Functions at Meeting

'Court' Dance
STickets on Sale



Diag, Arch

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A mass meeting for all soph-
omore women interested in work-
ing on Soph Cabaret will be held
at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the League
Complete details of each com-
mittee's work and how it will be
carried out will be outlined by
chairmen of the various commit-
"Approximately 400 coeds are
needed to work on Soph Cab-
aret this year in the different
aspects of production," Joyce
Atchison, general chairman of
the Cabaret, reported. She also
emphasized that the informa-
tory meeting will be as brief as
Preference cards will be dis-
tributed at the close of the meet-
ing in order that women may in-
dicate the special committees on
which they want to participate.
These cards will be turned over to
the general chairman who will as-
sign members to the committees,
trying to follow the indicated
Coeds who petitioned for com-
mittee chairmen last year are es-
pecially urged to attend the meet-
ing, according to Shirley Kallman,
publicity chairman. If any girl is
unable to attend the mass meet-
ing, she may sign up for a com-
mittee on the sophomore bulletin
board in the Undergraduate Of-
fice in the League during the fol-
lowing week.
Scheduled dates for the Soph
Cabaret are Dec. 5 and 6 making
it the first similar production tc
run the full week-end in several
years. The annual campus event

is written, directed, and produced
by sophomore women and fi-
nanced by class dues to be col-
lected later in the fall. Proceeds go
toward a project decided on by
the central committee of the Cab-
The entire second floor of the
League will be taken over for the
Soph Cabaret weekend."'In addi-
tion to the two floor shows a
night, which will be presented in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, there
will be an orchestra in the ball-
room for dancing during the en-
tire evening. A games' room, mix-
er, refreshments and special
booths are other features of the
event. They are all focused about
a central theme, which is also
carried out in the decorations.
Miss Ethel McCormick and Mrs.
Ione Hendrian are assisting in the
production of the Soph Cabaret.
A business board and floor-
show committee are the main
divisions of the cabaret. The
central chairman, Miss Atchi-
son, is assisted by Jo Henderson.
Other members of the business
staff include Barbara Siebut,
secretary; Mary Wilson, assist-
ant secretary; Shirley Kallman,
publicity chairman, with assist-
ants Jean Hendel and Betty de
Guise working on the skits and.
posters. Others are Edith An-
drew, finance chairman and as-
sistant Joan Shepherd, who will
collect the class dues; Marjorie
Metzger, ticket chairman and
her assistants, Marie Hendrick
and Pat Lewis.

staff on the floorshow committee
are Gale Huntington, chairman,
and Ann Rogers, newly appointed
assistant chairman; Eva Galt and
Virginia Jo Veig in charge of the
script; Shirley Osgood, stage man-
ager and Jo Chapel, assistant
stage manager.
The list continues with
Eleanor Littlefield, music chair-
man; Helen Bower, assistant for
music; Joanne Makielski, cos-
tumes; Lois Steere, costume as-
sistant; Nancy Cupples, make-
up and the newly appointed
dance chairman, Frances Suff-
Concluding the list for the
floorshow committee are Joyce
Keen, refreshments; Elizabeth
Sauer, decorations; Marilyn Stone,
decorations assistant; Carol Cum-
mings, hostesses; Shirley Spiller,
ushering and Mary Riggs, special
Student Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson of Erie,
Pa. have announced the marriage
of their daughter, Esterlou, to
William H. Knight, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Knight, also of Erie.
Mrs. Knight is affiliated with Al-
pha Delta Pi sorority and was as-
sistant director of Junior Girls
Play in '46.
Hand lotion can be a valuable
and useful cosmetic. Aside from
its usual uses to soften and whiten
skin on face and hands, it may be
used to give an added high shine
to costume jewelry and to soften
shoe leather,

New appointments to League
positions were announced yeste 1r-
day by Jo Reuiland, chairma n of
the Interviewing Committee of the
The new senior Judiciary COW-
cil member is Virginia Oiberdin ,
Alpha Phi, and the Casbah gen-
eral chairman is Carol Holly, Al-
pha Phi. Nat Elliot of Betsy ?Tar-
bour was appointed the ccostu n(
chairman for the 1948 Jumior

Girls' Play. Miss Elliot will be as-
sited by Judy Minoque, Gamma
Phi Beta.
Appointments for positions on
the Soph Cabaret central com-
mittee were also announced. TheI
assistant floorshow chairman is
Ann Rogers, Alpha Gamma Delta;
and dance chairman for the floor-
show is Frances Sussness of Joi -
dan Hall.

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Ticket sales are still open for
"King Cole's Court," informal
dance featuring Ernie Field's or-
chestra and the King Cole Trio, to
be held from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night Fr ' Oct. 10 in the In-
tramural Building.
Two decorated ticket booths, lo-
cated at the Engineering Arch and
'>s <y ;Y4 on the Diag, are open all day,
everyday to accommodate stu-
KING COLE dents. "King Cole's Court" is
open to the entire campus.
Field To Play
nI nd p n ent Ernie Field's sixteen-piece or-
chestra recently joined the King
J Cole Trio for a dance tour. Field
End ortn igtiand the trio will combine forces
on the Court' dance music, with
Assmbl Fotniht howwil bethe well-known trio offering spe-
Assembly Fortnight show will be cial renditions of old favorites
presented at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday in sch ase"I Fond a NewfBaby"
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. aS weetsLorn ey
The show climaxes Assembly'sand Sweet Lorraine.
two-week programadesigned to ac- The trio is comprised of 'King'
quaint independent women with Nat Cole, vocalist and pianist,
the projects and function of their Oscar Moore, on guitar, and John-
campus organization. ny Miller, bassist. The commit-
Brief skits, presented by repre- tee wishes to point out that the
sentation from each dormitory, 'King' is here for a dance and not
will be the main attraction. A spe- for a concert.
cialty skit will be given by repre- Time Changed
sentatives from the Office of the The dance will be held from
Dean of Women and housemoth- 8:30 p.m. until midnight, Ev Ellin,
ers of independent campus resi- publicity chairman, announced,
dences. instead of from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. as
Irma Eichhorn, president of As- originally scheduled.
sembly, will open the program by The decorations committee un-
welcoming women to Assembly, der John Cox will strive to create
dnd Gladys "Gigs" Martin is to of- a majestic atmosphere for the
ficiate as M.C. Sue Smith will lead 'Court.' The regal theme will be
community singing and members carried out in the dance decora-
of Senior Society are to distribute tions, programs and booths.
There is no charge for admis- Refreshments will be served at
sion and coeds will be seated ac- concession booths during the
cording to their house groups. dance and Bob Gach will be on
Special guests of honor will be hand to take pictures of dancers.
the housemothers of West Quad-
rangle. Nadine Literaty, decora- We print 'em all
tions chairman, has planned dec- No job too large or small.
orations along the blue and white Programs - Tickets
Assembly theme. Stationery - Announcements
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132
Women may sign up to work on _______________
Recognition Night committees on
the list posted on the bulletin TYPEW RITERS
board in the Undergraduate Office Office and Portable Models
of the League. o l ae
Independent women are need- of all makes
ed to help with decorations, pub- Bought,
licity skits and posters, and re-
freshments. The list will be up Rented,
until Wednesday. Repaired,
Anyone unable to sign up before
Wednesday because of classes may STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
leave her name with her house
president who is requested to turn 0. D. ] ORRILL
in coeds' committee preferences 3 1 4 South State St.
at the house presidents' meeting G. I. Requisitions Accepted


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