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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,.1949

THE MICHIGAN DAIL

--m-m-Ndomwo

Wilderness To Invade Campus
fit Paul Bunyan Dance Tomorrow

Coeds

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Having imported more than 150
pine trees from the university
Forestry Farms for the occasion,
the Forestry Club plans to turn
Waterman Gymnasium into a
veritable wilderness for its an-
nual Paul Bunyan "Formal" from
9 to 1 p.m. tomorrow night.
The only attire allowed will be
plaid shirts, jeans, boots and long
underwear since the committee
in charge of the dance plan to
make it the most informal "for-
mal" on the campus social calen-
dar this year.
A strictly back-to-nature at-

mosphere will prevail as sturdy
logs and plenty of floor space
replace chairs; and pine trees
and underbrush decorate the
dance floor. Couples will be
dwarfed by huge images of Paul
Bunyan, the legendary logger and
his big blue ox, Babe.
DON PABLO and his orchestra,
who will wear plaid shirts and
jeans in keeping with the in-
formal theme, will provide the
musical background for the danc-
ers. The intermission antics will

Dorm Activities Chairmen To Help
ResidentsPetition for Assembly Ball

remain a surprise, but Rae Kelly,
chairman, promises that the en-
tertainment will be well worth'
waiting for.
Refreshments consisting of
cider and donuts will be served
over a rough pine slab bar, re-
puted to be Ann Arbor's longest.
Bob Wismer, head barkeeper,
assures students that there will
be ample food for everyone.
Coeds can add that final touch
to their costumes by wearing one
of the spruce corsages which will
be sold at the dance. Photograph-
ers will also be on hand to record
the events for posterity.
, * *
THE PINE-CONE guessing con-
test in which all ticket purchasers
may enter, has prompted a wide
variety of guesses during this
week's sales. Answers as to the
number of scales on the cones
which are on display in the Ad-
ministration Building range all
the way from 500 to 3,000.
Plaid shirts. will be presented
to the winning couple during
the intermission of the dance.
For the more subdued member of
the twosome there will be a mild
black and white checked shirt
and for his or her date, a loud,
colorful plaid.
Tickets are on sale in the lob-
by of the Administration Build-
ing and will be sold at the door
tomorrow night.

Activities chairmen in all dormi-
tories have been supplied with
sample petitions which are design-
ed to assist residents who are plan-
ning petitions for next year's As-
sembly Ball committee.
Coeds who are interested in peti-
tioning may contact the following
chairmen: Sue Rose, Mosher; Ed-
ith Harrington, Jordan; Barbara
Brewer, Stockwell; Mary Jane In-
man, Cook; Lita Hagen, Newberry;
Charlotte Volker, Barbour; Louella
Kanan, Cheever.
More chairmen include: Dorothy
Shaver, Kleinstuck; Helen Kor-

man, Hinsdale; Marilyn Palm, An-
gell; Martha Heikkle, Henderson;
Arlene Suozzo, Gurley and Sue
Clopan, Markley.
Petitions will be due at 5 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 5 in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League Inter-
viewing will start on the day after,
Tuesday, Dec. 6, and continue
through Thursday.
The positions of general chair-
man, decorations chairman, pro-
grams chairman, patrons chair-
man, publicity chairman, finance
chairman and tickets chairman
are open to petitioning.-

Soph Cabaret
Decorations
With Dec. 9 and 10 rapidly ap-
proaching, the decorations com-
mittee of Sophomore Cabaret's
"As You Shake It!" may be found
hard at work attempting to con-
vert the League into an atmos-
phere fitting for a Shakespearean
theme.
One of the biggest attractions
of the Cab being the ballroom, the
committee, under the direction of
Barbara Arter, has completed
plans for the room's transforma-
tion into the proper background
for the English tale of "Love's La-
bor Lost."
WITH CUPIDS and bows and
arrows galore, dancing to the mu-
There will be a meeting of
the decorations committee for
Soph Cabaret at 5 p.m. today
in the League. All members are
required to attend. The room
number will be posted.
sic of Ted Smith and his orchestra
will take place from 9 p.m. to mid-
night.
A return to the University's
ancient counterpart "Fishigan,"
via the floorshow, calls for rep-
licas of castles, trees and even
good old "Shockwell Hall!"
The audience will be sure to
recognize the predecessors of many
old and familiar landmarks of
University life.
* * *
"THE MERCHANT of Venice"
will be on the prowl in the con-
course of the League with a full
array of street stands offering pop-
corn and candy, photos, fortune
telling, dart games, and a wishing
well.
Going from here into the
Grand Rapids room, guests will
find themselves completely sub-
merged in a "Comedy of Errors."
Backwards, forwards and even
upside down will be the impres-
sion created while refreshments
are being served.
Carrying on the list of the Eng-
lish bard's famous plays, the Ann
Arbor room will be found decorat-
ed "Measure for Measure"for use
as a card and game room.
"TEMPEST" WILL reign in the
Hussey room where rides through
Venice will be offered for the
amusement of the customers.
"All's Well That Ends Well"
will apply the finishing touch to
the League's transformation with
its theme being applied to the
alcove where a made to order
graveyard will be found. Here
guests may purchase a chance to
dig for prizes.
Tickets for the Cab and floor-
show combined are on sale now
at the League,Union,sEngine
Arch, the Business Administration
school and all women's residences.

On t4 ovte
By PAT BROWNSON
Last week's social slump seems to have been the calm before
the storm - a storm of formals, some celebrating the Yuletide sea-
son and others in honor of pledges.
* * * *
PLEDGE FORMALS lead the parade. Dancing will be to the
music will be to the music of Bill Henline's band at Delta Sigma Pi's
"Balloon Ball" tomorrow at the White Lodge Country Club.
KAPPA SIGMA's pledge formal at the Washtenaw Country Club
tomorrow will be preceded by a banquet at the Home of Good Food.
Joe Foder will occupy the bandstand.
. * -, *
AN UNDERWATER THEME will prevail at Theta Xi's pledge
formal, to be preceded by dinner at the Stage Coach Inn.
"GEORGE AND THE DRAGON," an Old English Inn, will be the
scene of Alpha Chi Sigma's fall pledge formal at the house tomorrow.
FESTIVITIES AT THE Phi Tau pledge formal include dinner at
the Union followed by dancing in the Hussey Room of the League.
Dick Peters' band will play.
THE 200 GUESTS expected to attend Zeta Psi's pledge formal to-
morrow will dine and dance in a circus atmosphere. The melodies of
Al Rice's orchestra will come from the direction of a carrousel-like
tent before the fireplace.
* * * *
SAM PLEDGES WILL be feted tomorrow at a dinner and formal
dance at the Union. Mickey Woolf's band will be featured.
* * * *
AMONG OTHER HOUSES honoring pledges is SAE where for-
mal dancing will be to the strains of Clyde Houses' orchestra. Delta
Sigma Phi's pledge formal will be held at the Washtenaw Country
Club tonight. The Alpha Gam's and the Lambda Chi's will also be
entertaining their pledges at formals slated for tonight and tomorrow
respectively.
NEWBERRY'S FESTIVITIES will center on an old-fashioned
Christmas theme. Music will be by Bill Henline's band.
* * * *
DINNER WILL PRECEDE an evening of Yuletide merriment at
Delta Zeta's annual Christmas formal tonight.
* * * *
GREEN PUNCH and Christmas cookies will be served at Gamma
Phi Beta's Christmas formal tonight. Chuck Manning's band is to
be heard.
* * * *
OTHER SORORITY celebrations of the holiday season tonight
will be the Pi Phi's formal dinner-dance, at which Roger Wellington's
band will play, and the A Chi O formal where Clyde House's band is to
be featured. Delta Gammas and their dates will dance to the music
of Freddie Benson. Alph Xi Delta is also having its annual Christ-
ms formal.
AN INFORMAL CHRISTMAS dance will be in progress tonight
at Kappa Delta.
* * * *
WINTER WONDERLAND is the theme for A O Pi's winter for-
mal tonight at the Union. Dancing to Ted Smith's band will follow
dinner at the house.
* * * *
ALTHOUGH MANY HOUSES are entertaining their pledges,
Delta Chi pledges will be doing a turnabout and feting the actives
at a "Circus Capers" party tomorrow.
* * * *
ADELIA CHEEVER RESIDENCE is planning an evening of sing-
ing and square dancing tonight. Caller will be John Bates. Delta
Sigma Delta members and their guests will square dance at Smith's
Barn. Muriel Lester House is staging a party on a Western theme.

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PHI DELTA PHI will honor Charles Landefeld, a member who
going to Europe during the Christmas holidays, at a dinner party

Sunday at the house.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

of officers, picture taking
movie.

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C.E.D.: 4:15 p.m., Union.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., League Cafeteria. All stu-
dents and faculty members invit-
ed.
Corning Events
SRA Work Holiday, all day Sat-
urday, Lane Hall.

on the "Stratigraphy Along
Alaska Highway."
Party: All forestry wives get
gether, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall.

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Work Party to pack clothes for
overseas, 3-10 p.m., Sat., Dec. 3,
1911 Austin. Bring potluck supper.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion:

Hawaii Club: Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Glee Club Room, Union. Electionj

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12:15 p.m., Lane Hall. Reserva-
tions should be made by Friday
night at the Hall.
Graduate Outing Club: All-day
outing, Sun., Dec. 4, 10-6, at the
Michigan Fresh-Air Camp. Bring
winter clothes and equipment, and
cars if possible. Meet northwest
entrance, Rackham Bldg., 10
o'clock.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society:
Buses to Detroit are leaving from
east entrance to Hill Auditorium,
chorus bus at 12:15 p.m. and or-
chestra bus at 5 p.m.
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, 8
p.m., Sun., Dec. 4, League. Room
will be announced on League Bul-
letin Board.
Sigma Alpha Iota: Annual Can-
dlelight Service, Presbyterian
Church,Sun., Dec. 4,8 p.m. Ac-
tives and pledges are requested to
be at the Church at 7:30 p.m. Open
to public.
United World Federalists: State
Political Action Meeting, 2 p.m.,
Sat., Dec.. 3, League. Students and
faculty members invited.
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