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THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 1, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Party To Be Qamblers 'Delight
At ISA's Monte Carlo Saturday

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Variety of Entertainment To Be Featured

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Roulette wheels will spin and
dice will roll when the Interna-
tional Students Association holds
a Monte Carlo party from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the Rack-
ham Building.
Presenting its biggest social
event of the year, the ISA plans
to recreate the exotic atmosphere
for which Monte Carlo is famed.
Students who have visited the re-
nowned French Casino will be on
hand to supervise decorations.
As couples enter the "gambling
house" Saturday night they will
be giveh stage money in exchange
for tickets of admission. The per-
son who has accumulated the
most cash at closing time will re-
ceive a prize.
The house will provide a variety
of unusual as well as popular
games. Students can risk their
money on Pitch-a-chip, Great

Hazard, and Galloping Dominoes.
If luck fails them there they can
turn to Roulette, Horse Racing,
Jack Pot or the gaming table.
Those unfortunate few who lose
1ll their money need not look far
for entertainment. They can oc-
-upy themselves at the mock bar
where punch and refreshments will
be served, or dance to the
music which will be provided by a
student band.
In addition to games and danc-
ing, there will be several surprise
features to amuse and entertain
those who attend, according to
Ralph Gregorian, general chair-
man of the affair.
The party is open to the entire
campus. Tickets will be sold from
12:30 to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 6
p.m. in the League and Union this
week.

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FOR HER
CHRISTMAS GIVING

AnnualFest
Candlelight Service
To Honor Alumna
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha
Iota, women's national profession-
al music sorority, will present its
annual candlelight service, at 8
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4 at the First
Presbyterian Church.
The service is a traditional
Christmas affair given by the
sorority's actives, pledges and
alumnae. This year's service will
be dedicated to the memory of
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, a former
member of the University Music
School faculty and one of the ori-
ginal founders of Sigma Alpha
Iota.
Taking part in the service will
be Harriette Wilson, Lois Sieber,
Leslie Eitzen, Marcia Zwagerman,
Lois Utzinger, Mary Margaret
Poole, Arlene Sollenberger, Wanda
Pitman, Joan Patrick, Julia Ham-
rick, Charleen Symmonds and the
Alpha chapter choir.
The program will be open to the
public, and there will be no ad-
mission charge.
WAA Notices
FENCING CLUB - Beginning
and advanced fencers will meet
at 5:10 p.m. today in the WAB.
MICHIFISH - Thursday night
swimmers will meet at 9 p.m. today
in the Union pool.
BASKETBALL CLUB - Inter-
mediate players will meet at 4
p.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym:
advanced players will meet at 5
p.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
RIDING CLUB-Members will
meet at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the
League Cafeteria.
WOMEN'S RIFLE CLUB -
Practices will be held from 2 to 4
p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays in
the WAB to replace the Tuesday
night practice time. Practices
from 2 to 4 p.m. on Friday and
7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday will
continue. . Those wishing to at-
tend the new practice times should
sign up when they come.
Tea To Honor
Science Group
Members of the botany and
zoology departments will be hon-
ored at today's student-faculty
hour which will take place from
4 to 5 p.m. today in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League.
The combined Assembly-Pan-
hellenic committee has invited all
students to attend the.affair,'es-
pecially those in beginning
courses.

At Annual IFC Talent Show Held Tonight

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Generous portions of jazz,
popular and classical music-
spiced with a bit of magic-will
be served up to those attending the
first annual IFC Talent Show
tonight.
The all-campus show, which is
free to the public, will begin at
7:30 p.m. in the Union ballroom.
Charlie Manning and his
Michiganaires will back up 12
varied acts. Fran Morse will sing
"Strange Music" and "Just a
Memory." Harry Burr; '52, will
present two piano selections:
"Blue Moon" and "Body and
Soul."

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Magician Bob Shetler, '52E, will
try to prove that the hand is
quicker than the eye, while a
classical note will be lent to the
proceedings by Ruth Whittemore,
who will sing "The Waltz" from
Gounod's "Romeo and Juliet."
Dick Wagner will focus his vocal
talents on "Summertime" and
"Blue Skies." "The Waltz," popu-
lar monologue by Dorothy Parker,
will be presented by Jinni Robin-
son, '52. Patty Joy will play the
piano and sing a medley.
"Margie," "Little Brown Jug"
and "Has Anybody Seen My Gal?"

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Joan Kerr Mary Corin

Couple Plans
Fall Wedding

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Plans Made

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will be the offerings of a Jazz trk
of piano, drums and bass.
Jane Williams will sing "i'll
See You Again" and "Softly As
In A Morning Sunrise." The
Vaughan House trio will preseni
a group of popular favorites, fol-
lowed by Bill Wells, '61, sing-
ing "I'll Remember April" and
"It's Magic."
Alex Popp, '51 M, will found out
the proceedings with his Per
formance of "Rhapsody in Blue.'
Read and Use
Daily Classified Ads

Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Kerr of Mrs. Eric L. Cortis-Stanford of
NWiles have announced they en- Port Huron has announced the
gagement of their daughter Joan engagement of her daughter Mary
to Paul Anderson, son of Mr. and Elizabeth Corin to Robert B. Bent-
Mrs. Carl J. Anderson of Grand ley, .son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Rapids. T. Bentley of Dearborn.
Miss Kerr is a sophomore in the News of the couple's plans was
literary college and is a member of revealed on Saturday, Nov. 26 at
Delta Delta Delta. a tea for close friends and rela-
Mr. Anderson is, a senior in the tei by the bride-ele's
literary college and is affiliated mother at the Women's City Club
with Alpha Tau Omega.oDetroit.
.-Miss Corin is a senior in the
The couple is planning a Sep- literary college and is a member
tember wedding. of Delta Delta Delta.

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Riggs-Woodworth
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Riggs of De-'
troit have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Marjorie,
to Edwin Woodworth, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Woodworth also of
Detroit.
Miss Riggs was graduated from
the literary college last June and
is a member of Alpha Delta Pi.
Mr. Woodworth is a sophomore in
the School of Medicine and is a
member of Phi Chi.

Mr. Bentley is a junior in the
literary college. Both students are
majoring in sociology
Newman-Zivow
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Newman
of Detroit have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Sylvia Jayne, to Leonard Albert
Zivow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Zivow, also of Detroit.
Mr. Zivow now attends the Col-
lege of Engineering and will
graduate in January, 1950.

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