FRIDAY, NOVF1VlTFR 19, 9181
SITE M'IVTICAN D AITN
H lie1 Presents
..By LUCILLE DONALDSON
Mrs. Charles Lamb, supervisor of Ypsilanti Nursery School, will be
guest speaker at the meeting of the Cooperative Nursery Mothers at
8 p.m. today.
Her twofold program will include a discussion of the meaning of
co-operative nursing and religious education for pre-school age chil-
dren. She Will conclude with a question and answer period.
y Between 15 and 20 couples plan to attend a Thanksgiving party
from 8 to 11 p.m. today at the University Community Center.
Mrs. Peter Oppewall is chairman of the social group consisting
mostly of former residents of Grand Rapids who are planning the af-
Mrs. Elizabeth Funk will present "Fashions for the Holidays" at
the Tuesday night meeting cf the Student Wives Club. Mrs. Donald
Johnston of the Wives Club and Mrs. Marie McDonald will model
clothes from Marti Walker.
Mrs. Newton Webb will be the accompaniment. Mrs. Robert
Nordstrom and Mrs. Edward McCallig will present the nominating
conmittee's report andslate of candidates for the January election.
Hostesses for the affair will be Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Jean
Kimball, Mrs. Barbara Thompson, Mrs. El-louise Eaton, Mrs. Joy Han-
jian and Mrs. Bette Tobias.
League Council Secretary
Hillel will present its "Dogpatch
Stomp" from 8 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow at the Foundation.
The dance is to be given in honor
of that renown specimen of Dog-
patch womanhood, Sadie Hawkins,
and will be "drag or stag."
Guests will find their trusty blue
jeans the best bet for an evening
in the Dogpatch atmosphere. Music
will be provided for both square
dancing and ballroom dancing.
Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner will
be on hand to welcome the crowd.
Admission will be by membership
cards which may be purchased at
Union Holds Mixer
Students are invited to attend
the final mixer of the semester
from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow on the
third floor of the Union.
Cliff Hoff and his orchestra will
play for dancing. The game will
be diagramed on a blackboard
and there will be a radio available
for those interested in listening to
There wvill be a mass meeting
of all committee workers of the
Merit-Tutorial Committee at 4
jp.m. today in the League, ac-
cording to Virginia Nicklas,
are' Fall news?
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is
one of a series of informative
sketches of positions on the League
Undergraduate Council which will
appear daily on the Woman's Page.
By MARY ANN HARRIS
Practical preparation for the
post college business world is evi-
dent in the job of secretary of
League Council according to the
present incumbent, Ilona Fietze.
Keeping track of the discussions
and rapid controversies of those 5
to 6 p.m. Monday League Council
meetings is no mean task, but sat-
isfaction comes from reading the
completed minutes, which reflect
the campus passing parade.
This is the opinion of secretary
Fietze, who feels that her posi-
tion provides her with a sum-
mary of campus activity. As a
member of the Council Executive
Board she is on the first hash of
the activity agenda.
The secretary and her impor-
tant pen are also present at Board
of Governor's meetings as a stil-
Regularity and organization
are musts for the Council ac-
For petitioners with questions,
Miss Fietze will gladly give out
any pertinent information. Peti-
tions will be due at 5 p.m. Mon-
day, Nov. 29.
WEIRD ANTICS: An abstract moment during preparations for Masquerade of the Heads finds
Karen Lindh supporting Virginia Garritsen's head. Meanwhile Barbara Ridgeway peers over the
statue's severed wrist.
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Tonight is the night for those
fantastically -masqued couples to
enter the Union Ballroom for the
unique "Masquerade of the Heads,"
lasting from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
A semi-formal affair, the dance
is open to students in Play Produc-
tion, College of Architecture and
Design, School of Music, Ballet
Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Society
and Modern Dance Club.
DECORATIONS, too, will be
unique. Two 20-foot mobiles, con-
stantly rotating, will " have spot-
lights playing on them throughout
the evening. Pre-fabrivated sculp-
tures will be set up and the Ter-
race will represent a Parisian Cafe
Semi-formal attire will mean
formals for women. However,
men may wear either business
suits or white shirts and dark
trousers, augmented by bright
sashes to give the effect of ar-
Rewards for unusual and artistic
undertakins will be given in the
form of two autographed original
lithographs from a personal col-
ENTERTAINMENT, which will
follow the unmasking at 11 p.m.,
will carry out the theme of fan-
tasy, artistry and humor. Mem-
bers of the School of Music fac-
ulty will give a skit in music and
pantomine entitled, "Hamlet,
Where Have You Been?
A Pas de Quatre will be pre-
sented by members of the Ballet
Club, while the Modern Dance
Club will perform in "The Cure
of the Maniac."
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra, featuring the vocals of Bill
Layton, will provide music for the
.JONAS MULLET and Karen
Lindh are co-chairmen of the af-
fair. Other committee members
are Phil Meathe, finance; Pat
Baumgarten and Art Dubin, ticket
sales; Violet Wassel, entertain-
ment; and Al Przbylowicz, decora-
Also on the committee are
Bernice Weinberger, modern
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Tickets are still on sale for the
groups in both schools and at
Play Production headquarters in
the Temopary Classroom Build-
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