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'Don't Myth It!' Ticket
Sales To Feature Skits
To Prevail at
Phi Gamms, Phi Delts To Give Formal
Ticket sales for the Soph Cab-
aret production of "Don't Myth
It!", which will be presented from
8 p.m. to midnight Dec. 10 and
11 in the League, are now going
on in dormitories and league
Tickets may also be purchased
There will be a combined re-
hearsal of the entire floorshow of
Soph Cabaret at 7 p.m. today in
University High School.
There will be a compulsory
meeting of the JGP central com-
mittee from 4 to 5:15 p.m. today
in Room C of the League. The
script will be discussed.
The finance committee of JGP
will meet at 5 p.m. today in Room
C of the League.
Coeds petitioning for League
positions must bring eligibility
cards to their interviews. These
may be obtained in Room 2, Uni-
versity Hall. Snapshots are also
required for the interviews.
All those petitioning for posi-
tions on the Judiciary Council are
asked to sign for interviews on
it the Union from 11 a.m. to 5
p.m., at the League from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m., and in University Hall
from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Skits will be presented by mem-
bers of the Cabaret publicity com-
mittee beginning tomorrow in the
dormitories as a preview of the
Ted Smith and his orchestra will
play for the annual Cabaret both
nights. Smith's orchestra, , con-
sisting of men from the West
Quad, was organized this fall, and
is rapidly gaining renown around
Amixer, special booths . and
games, refreshments, and floor-
shows will be worked around a
"A Date with Jupiter," the
floorshow, will be presented at
8:30 to 10 p.m. with singing, danc-
ing, and variety acts centered
around a visit to Mt. Olympus by
a Michigan coed.
Michigan Dames Book Group
will meet at 8 p.m. today at the
home of Mrs. Norman Banghart,
123 Worden Street.
With an eye toward Christmas
buying, Miss Hazel Keedle of the
Ann Arbor Public Library will ad-
dress the group on the subject of
Mrs. John Payne and Mrs. Jonas
Kristinsson will assist Mrs. Bang-
hart as hostesses.
Heading the list of this week-
end's pre-Christmas dances will
be the annual Wig and Robe Ball
to be presented by the Barristers
Society from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the Union ballroom.
Music for the semi-formal occa-
sion will be provided by Frank
Tinker and his orchestra, while
the atmosphere will be definitely
Caricatures of renowned barris-
ters of the past will line the walls
to add to the court room feeling,
and ticket takers will do their
share as well by dressing in wigs
and robes for the occasion.
PROGRAMS TOO will follow
the theme in the form of old
scripts written in a legal style.
The dance this weekend will
also mark the revival of the long
dead lawyer-engineer feud.
EXCLUDING ENGINEERS the
dance will be open to all. Dress
for the semi-formal affair will
mean formal gowns for women
and dress or dark business suits
for the men.
Tickets are now on sale at they
Law School in the corridors be-
tween classes in the law club.
They may also be purchased
from members of the Barristers
Committees for the dance this
year include William Porter, gen-
eral chairman; Arthur Rude, as-
sistant chairman; James Sprunk,
Arthur Northrup and Fred Claus-
en, decorations; John Gorn and
John Galbraith, tickets; and Rich-
ard Wellman, Morris Milnet and
John Leggat, publicity.
Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Del-
ta Theta will celebrate their joint
centennial anniversaries with a
formal dance which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Dec. 10 in
the American Legion Home.
Both fraternities were founded
in 1848. Phi Gamma Delta started
their fraternity on May 1 at
Washington and Jefferson College,
Canonsburg, Pa. The hundredth
convention of the fraternity was
held last June in Pittsburgh, with
the 79 active chapters which con-
stitute the membership at present
Phi Delta Theta was founded at
Miami University, Miami, Ohio.
The local chapter was founded in
Arrangements for the dance are
being made by Robert Rose and
Robert Stitt, president and social
chairman of Phi Delta Theta, and
Robert Spiegel and Jack Post,
president and social chairman of
Phi Gamma Delta.
Over 100 invitations to heads of
student organizations, house
groups, and faculty mem-
bers to this gala hundredth anni-
versary celebration have been
Nims & Miller
Swiss Steak ......80c
barbeque sauce. . 70c
Potatoes O'Brien - Soup
or choice of
Fresh Frozen Green Beans
Whole Kernel Corn
Roll - Butter
Neopolitan Ice Cream
French Tapioca Pudding
Coffee -- Tea -- Milk
Ninfis and miler
211 S. State St.
AND THE BRIDE CRIED-Lucile Cefalu Martineau wipes away
a tear as her husband of a few minutes, Carl Martineau looks on
sympathetically. Miss Cefalu, who feared an empty church
because most of her friends and relatives live in the East, put
an ad in a daily paper inviting anyone to attend the ceremony
in Our Lady of Victory Church in San Francisco. More than
204 persons attended.
Christmas Formals Bring Joy
To Usually-Neglected Florists
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Crepe Rbber Noles!
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By BARBARA SMITH
Christmas is the season of joy
to all men, but probably few are
as joyous during the holidays as
the local florists.
Since campus tradition rulesl
that corsages are taboo at mostI
formal dances, the Michigan man
With Thanksgiving holidays be-
hind, the Student-Faculty Hours
will continue to be held Thursday
This week's social hour will take
place from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
can ignore the problem or flowers
throughout the greater part of
But Christmas brings, an ex-
ception to the rule. The weekends
preceding the holidays are crowd-
ed with December formals held
at sorority houses and girls' dor-
Custom requires the invited to
visit the flower shop and orderl
a corsage. That's where the prob-
Color and cost are likely to be
the flower purchaser's greatest
concerns. As for color, reds and
whites are particularly appropri-
ate for the holiday season, pro-
vided they don't clash with the
Expense need not be a real
problem since corsages have a
large enough price range to fit
any pocketbook. Lower priced
flowers include carnations, roses,
Amazon lilies, gardenias, violets
The Japanese iris, which, inci-
dentally, can easily be mistaken
can help you to look
Come in and see us .. .
We're next door to the
Michigan Theatre at
601 E. Liberty
Just arrived: new green
smoothies, brown leath-
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wearing. . . .
here, there and
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Bowling Club-Teams will bowl
this week from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
each day in the WAB.
Badminton Club-Members will
meet at 7 p.m. today in Water-
Table Tennis Club-Players are
requested to bring their own pad-
dles if possible to the meeting to
be held at 5 p.m. today in the
Modern Dance Club-There will
be a meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. to-
day in the Barbour gym dance
Outing Club - Members will
meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the
Coliseum for the Michigan-Detroit
Red Wings hockey game.
Skating will be done this week
from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday in the
Coliseum with instruction by Irene
Straub, former manager of the
University Ice Skating Club. A
fee of 25 cents will be charged.
Members will pay their own admis-
sion to the hockey game.
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