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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1948

4WAGET

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ASSEMBLY, PAN-HEL:
Women Will Sponsor DP's

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Assembly Association and Pan- giving the student assurance of
hellenic Association have made the opportunity for study at the
pledges to sponsor a displaced University, paying for her board
women =students beginning this and room, and supplying her with
ipring semester. funds for her general welfare dur-
Complete sponsorship includes ing her stay at the University.
Chock this list of
LONG PLAY Records
POPULAR
Voice of Frank Sinatra CL 6001
Frankie Carle Comes Calling .................. CL 6002
Dorothy Shay Sings........................CL 6003
Continental Tangos by Marek Weber .......... CL 6006
Sweet and Low by the Charioteers .............CL 6014
All Time Favorites by Harry James ............ CL 6009
CLASSICAL
The Comedians (Kabalevsky)
Le Cocq (Mlle. Angot Suite). .. .........ML 4083
Piano Concerto for Left Hand (Ravel) ......... ML 4075
Masquerade Suite (Khachaturian) ............ ML 4071
Grande Canyon Suite (Grofe)................ML 4059
Five Most Famous Coloratura Arias
by Lily Pons ...........................ML 4057
Tristan and Isolde (Love Duet)-Wagner
Bridal Chamber Scene (Lohengrin)
by Traubel, Baum, Ralf and Glaz ......... ML 4055
Celebrated Operatic Arias-Bidu Sayao.......ML 4056
Symphony No. 6 (Pathetique) (Tchaikowsky) .. ML 4051
Kostelanetz Favorites.... )..................ML 4065
Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin)
An American in Paris (Gershwin) by Levant ... ML 4026
Concerto in A Minor for Piano-Grieg
by Levant...............ML 4028
Pictures at .an Exhibition (Moussorgsky)
Rodzinski and Cleveland Orchestra ........ ML 4033
Mozart Quintet in C Major by Budapest String
Quartet with Katims., Viola... .........ML 4034
Prokofiev Symphony No. 5 by Rodzinski .......ML 4037
Pines of Rome-Respighi
Two Nocturnes-Debussy
Eugene Ormandy and Philadelphia Orch. .. ML 4020
Symphony No. 5 (New World) -Dvorak
Ormandy and Philadelphia Orchestra ..... ML 4023
Symphony in D Minor-Franck
Ormandy and Philadelphia Orchestra......ML 4024
Symphony No. 8-Beethoven
by Bruno Walter and Philharmonic.......ML 2001
Strauss Waltzes by Andre Kostelanetz .......ML 2011
Songs of Victor Herbert by Rise Stevens.......ML 2013
Just a brief of the selections issued on the new
Long Play series.
LONG PLAY MACHINES
ColumbiaLAY..A.H.$29.95
Magnavox .... $27.50
Ray-Dyne Wireless .. $29.95
THE'RADIO& RECORD SHOP

ASSEMBLY and Panhellenic
Associations will work with the
Committee for Displaced Students
to select the women who will re-
side on this compus.
A goal of $1,000 has been set by
Assembly. Assembly waould be
able to fullfill its pledge if each in-
dependent woman on campus
would contribute approximately
50 cents, according to Arlette Har-
bour, President of Assembly.
CONTRIBUTIONS are being
accepted in all dormitories, and
league houses this week.
The student who is sponsored
by Panhellenic will be provided
with room and board at Alpha
Delta Pi. The Assembly sponsored
student will live in one of the
smaller dormitories.
Skating Club
Will Plan Ice
Show Tuesday

To Do Your
Wash the
BENDIX Way!
8 lbs. for
ONLY 30c
30 Bendix Washers
No Waiting!

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The University Ice Skating
will hold an open meeting to
Winter Carnival exhibition
tines at 5 p.m. Tuesday in
bour Gym basement.

Club
plan
rou-
Bar-

New members may still join the
club, which now totals 145. Mem-
bers skate at the Coliseum from
1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day and from 9 a.m. to noon Sat-
urday.
Tentative plans for the club's
Winter Carnival show include fig-
ure skating groups, duos and solos,
to be directed by Mary Frances
Greschke, club advisor, and Carole
Somer, assistant manager. Miss
Greschke is the former midwest-
ern figure skating champion.
Pre-hockey game shows will be
presented by the club after Christ-
mas with new routines and cos-
tumes, according to club manager,
Ruth Ann South.
Experience is no barrier to club
membership because the Ice Skat-
ing Club is now organized into
beginning,intermediate and ad-
vanced groups, Miss South said.

GOOD HEADWORK-Winners in the competition for best masque at the "Masquerade of the
Heads" dance parade their masterpieces. (at top) From left to right; they are Marilyn Chandler and
John Weyl, (flower pot and house) first prize; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bassett (eye) also first prize;
Bill Wells and Lilias Wagner (Jonah and whale) honorable mention. Other unidentifiable mask-
ers (below) displaying watering cans, lampshades and musical instruments.
Daily-}3il1 Ohl nger,
EYE TAKES CAKE:
M"skers invent Odd Headgear

Complete Drying Service Also Available
at
Packard Self-Service
Laundry
715 Packard (near State)
Phone 24-24-1 for appointment or just come in.
Also an agency for Greene's Cleaners
OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
OPEN: WEEKDAYS 8 A.M. - 8:30 P.M.
SATURDAY 8 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
pQ
* * . WHOSE INITIALS he is carving if YOU
f-
0 would only inflate his ego with a white
O silk scarf or an original hand-worked
. i O aS a ChristmaS gift.s iJ
THE INDIA ART SHOP
330 MAYNARD STREET0
Read, Use Daily Classified Ads

715 North University

Phone 2.0542

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By LILIAS WAGNER
Advertisements, characters,
vegetables and buildings turned;
the "Masquerade of the Heads"
into the weirdest dance of ther
year.-
The semi-formal was different
from the moment dancers trouped
into the UnionaBallroom wearing
wild masques and fantastic deco-
rations, and the atmosphere pre-
vailed until weary dancers pickedj
up their headgear and dragged
home.
The minor vices were there, too.
A pair of huge dice completely ob-
scured the heads of their wearers,
while a large beer mug and her
date, covered by an even larger
beer barrel, might have provided
refreshment.
An advertising angle was pro-
vided by two couples who wonder-
ed which had the Toni. Musicians7
came as a treble and bass clef,
while a viola stood upright on one
party-goer's head.
Only problem with the masquesi
State National Guard
Kamp Site at Grayling
LANSING-(R')-The 1949 en-9
campment of the Michigan Na-
tional Guard will be held at Camp
Grayling, Major General Ralph1
A. Loveland, commanding general,
announced today.
Plans are being made for some
expansion of the facilities at the

was their weight. Many dancers
found that "heavy heavy hangs
over thy head" was a little too un-
comfortable, and removed the
masques even before the floorshow
necessitated it.
IR. AND MRS. Charles Bas-
set's huge eye shared first prize
with John Weyl and Marilyn
Chandler, who appeared with a
flower pot and a large abstract
house.
Biblical soothsayer Jonah
rested on a raft atop Lilias
Wagner's head, while Bill Wells
wore the whale. They shared
honorable mention with Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce McCarty's elab-
orate butterfly and caterpillar.
Electronically-minded party-
goers implanted eyes in their fore-
heads which flashed on and off.
Perhaps attempting to shield their
eyes were two lampshades.
TWO RABBITS, two whimsical
lambs and a horse pranced on the
dancefloor. A white-wigged papier
-mache faced dame of yesterday
wore a perpetual smile for her
moustached date. They joined
several swarthy characters in
mystifying everyone regarding
their identity.
Several vegetables also at-
tended the party. Saint 99 and
44-100's per cent Pure was ac-

companied by Sinner Duzz Eve-
thing, and two "knit-wise" wore
yarn and needles as exterior
brains.

NEVER a cover or a minimum charge at the DEN
TELEVISION
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Boxing - Hockey - Wrestling - Basketball
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MARKET

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