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SUNDAY,' O T)'EI 17, 1949



League Lassies Make 'Bids'
For Friday's Fall Formal

The Michigan League, leader in
women's activities on campus, will
lead the way in dances this fall
with their presentation of the all-
campus girl bid League Formal
from 9 to 12 p.m. Friday in the
League Ballroom.
Sponsored by the League Coun-
cil and the League Social Com-
mittee, the formal promises to be
"tops in fun not only for the
League leaders but all women who
choose this special event for their
week-end activities," according to
Bobby Jo Ream, chairman of the.
League Social committee.
* * *
TICKETS, for this first all cam-
pus girl-bid dance of the year, will
be on sale from 1 to 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the League Lobby. Tickets
sales will continue throughout the
week but will close at the 300 tick-
et limit set to avoid crowding.
Guests will be greeted with
decorations they have borrowed
from that autumn moon, and
fall foliage in carrying out the
theme of the season.
Trees, sparkling in fall attire
and three-dimensional in appear-
ance, will lead guests into the sim-
ile of a fall forest. And not for-
gotten will be a full fall moon
shining through the "little" arb-
E * *

Frost will put in an appearance.
Backing the bandstand, the little
rogue will be busy coloring a gi-
gantic leaf, in full fall splendor.
Music and entertainment .for
the affair will be provided by the
Casbah leader, Art Starr and his
sextet plus additional persohnel
for additional entertainment.
Art will, of course, carry out his
popular policy of honoring all re-
quests from his gigantic repe-
Starr, who established, his
Michigan popularity as a private
band, last semester and as the
Casbah maestro this summer, has
a background of experience that
better than proves his Casbah
** *
IN.'42 with his Bowdoin. College
troupe he toured the Eastern
schools with notable stops at
Dartmouth, Bates, and Bradford
JC and a final engagement at the
Hotel Roosevelt in New York.
Original entertainment plus
will be the theme of the num-
ber that League Council will
provide for the floorshow. Ex-
act plans are not as yet revealed.
The Grand Rapids room will al-
so be open during the dance where
dance-goers may view television
for a moment's relaxation from
the dance floor.

Bowling Tips
To Aid Coed
Alley Antics
Michigan women now not only
have an opportunity to bowl in
team competition, but also to re-
ceive professional instruction un-
der the auspices of the Womens
Bowling Club.
Bowling instruction will be giv-
en by Ivan Barris from 4:30 to
5:30 p.m. Monday in the W.A.B.
bowling alley. Anyone interested
can go to the instruction meeting
at that time to sign up, according
to Virginia Correll, Bowling Club
Women can sign up for the reg-
ular Bowling Club at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the W.A.B.
lounge. Once a week bowling for
7 weeks is $3.50.
Team tournaments are to be
held every week within the club.
High teams as well as high scor-
ers are posted weekly. Average
scores are sent in the headquart-
ers of the National Telegraphic.
High average women will bowl in
the Telegraphic Tournament.
Open bowling for men and wo-
men in the W.A.B. alleys is held
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Tuesday
through Thursday and from 7:30
to 11 p.m. Fridays. Men who wish
to bowl at these times must be
guests of University women. Par-
ticipants are requested to wear
tennis or bowling shoes.

Vaudeville Set
To Steal Show
At 'Varsity Night'
Michigan's tenth annual Var-
sity Night will be one of the regu-
lar features of Homecoming
Week-end again this year at 8:15
p.m. Friday, Oct. 29 in Hill Audi-
Varsity Night, one of the chief
factors in developing the home-
coming spirit, provides an oppor-
tuntiy for the student body to hear
the first appearance of the concert
band early in the year, and to wit-
ness' the best in student and pro-
fessional talent.
Founded in 1937 by Ernest A.
Jones, the original purpose if the
'Night' was to assist the Univer-
sity band in raising funds for out
of town games. It has since de-
veloped into a regular spirited
program of novelty acts, comed-
ians, vocal solos, trios-practically
anything in the line of vaudeville.
This year's program, under the
direction oftProf. Wm. D. Revelli,
is planned to provide the best of
campus entertainment.
Fred Lawton, co-author of the
song "Varsity" and a prominent
alumnus, will act as master of

Soph Notes
Sophomore women who have
not been contacted to pay their
dues may do so by putting the
money and their name in an en-
velope in the Soph Cabaret mail-
box in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
The decorations committee of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
The program, stage, and special
booths committees will also meet
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The skits and stunts division of
the publicity committee will meet
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. There will be a meeting
of the entire publicity committee
at 5 p.m.
* *, *
The singing chorus of Soph
Cabaret will practice at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.
Freshmen too-
It's Edited for You

Make Bids for
The beginner's bridge group of
the Michigan Dames will meet
from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 19 in the League.
Weekly meetings for the be-
ginner's group have been ar-
ranged for Tuesdays at that time.
Mrs. Walter McLean will be in
The regular bridge group will
meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
20, in the Hussey Room of the
League. Anyone whising further
information may call Mrs. George
Patterson, 7624. Women who wish
to join the Dames may also go at
one of these meetings to sign up.
Clubs Will Meet
Ballet Club-A Beginner's meet-
ing for both men and women will
be held from 7 to 8 p.m. tomor-
row. Intermediates will meet from
8 to 9 p.m. also tomorrow.
Golfi Club-There will be a
meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday in
thb W.A.B. for advanced club'
members. Beginners will meet at 5
p.m. Thursday in the W.A.B.

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BOY MEETS GIRL-Actor Jimmy Stewart talks with Actress
Yvonne De Carlo at Hollywood movie studio.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Appearing for the first time today this column of news
about student families at Willow Village will be a regular feature of The
Daily Women's Page. Persons having items to contribute may reach Mrs.
Donaldson at 1412 Oakham Court.
Living up to the advanced billing of "more brains per square foot
than any community in the United States," the 840 acres of Willow
Village has a population of more than 12,000.
* * * *
MORE THAN 1300 of the 3,067 family groups are connected with
the University. These' include part and full time students, research
specialists, University medical staff and part and full time University
faculty members.
The University Community Center at 1045 Midway is the
hub of the social and cultural affairs for married residents. Miss
Rankin Harris is director and Mrs. Carolyn Leithanser, assistant
Activities include crafts and ceramics classes, bridge, sewing and
garden clubs. Varied programs are offered by Student Wives Club and
Faculty Wives Club.
* * * *
Get Acquainted
To introduce new students to the Center and Village life, Student
Wives Club will have an open house from 8 to 10 p.m. Friday. Movies
of the Rose Bowl game will be shown.
Hosts, all members of the club board and their husbands, will be
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCallig, 1477 Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Winters, 1481 Metcalf; Mr. and Mars. Melvin May, 1209 Spring-
field; Mr. and Mrs. John Jonston, 929 Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Roe, 1551 Sudbury; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks, 1328 Oakham; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Nordstrom, 1411 Oakham, and Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Donaldson, 1412 Oakham.
Studio Art Workshop
Three art, groups work under the Studio Art Workshop with Mrs.
Norman Miller, 1519 Metcalf, as general chairman. Because of the
large attendance, the ceramics group split into two units. Mrs. David
Delzell, 1102 Goshen, formerly a teacher in the Toledo Art Museum,
conducts both the Wednesday and Thursday classes.
The crafts group meets Thursdays. L. Tevit, 1642 Monson, in-
structs the group in water colors, textile painting and metal work.
Mrs. Alexander Plunkett, 1373 Erving, is chairman.
*. * *
MARVIN TABLEMAN will discuss "Vital Issues in the Current
Election Campaign" at the organization meeting of the Willow Village
Current Affairs discussion group at 8 p.m. Monday in the University
Community Center.
Tableman is a Rackham fellow in political science and re-
search assistant in the Bureau of Government. He is also a nem-
ber of the Village Resident Council.
A non-partisan organization, the group is open to all Village resi-
dents. It was started last spring by a volunteer group in cooperation
with the League of Women Voters.


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