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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6;,1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Coeds Paddle Canoe on Diag,
Launch Soph Cab Publicity Drive

By JANICE JAMES
Even with winter and its icy
blasts, the Sophomore women on
campus evidently still find amuse-
ment in the age old custom of a
leisurely canoe ride-down the well
trodden Diagional!
Students hurrying to class this
S mrning were readily awakened
from their weekend daze when a
swiftly paddled canoe was discov-
ered making itsway across cam-
pus energetically propelled by
three members of the Soph Cab
publicity committee.
EMBLAZONED with 'the slo-
gan "We can go Soph Cab-Can
oe?" this land going water vehi-
cle invited one and all to the class
of '52's "As You Shake It!"
Many a lecture will be enliv-
ened this week when coopera-
tive professors include invita-
tions to the Cabaret in thier list
of lecture slides.
Diners at fraternity houses
were considerably astonished when
waiters delivered mysterious boxes
to two members of each house.
The recipients of these presents
were even more amazed on opening
them to discover a kiss, candy,
from their favorite girl within
each box. These should serve to
provide the inspiration for Soph
Cab dates among the men and
their favorite cam"pus women.
"NEVER underestimate the
power of a woman" seems to be
the idea behind the stamping of
dinner napkins in all the wom-
en's residences this week. If the
men fail to cooperate perhaps the
women can help the situation
along !
Nevertheless, t h e crusade
aimed at the men continues with
suckers being delivered to all
men's residences this week.

These will heip push the cause
with their slogan, "Don't be a
sucker, go to Soph Cab!"
There seems to be no end to the
tricks Bev Howell, stunt chairman,
has up her sleeve, what. with the
appearance of two living salt and
pepper shakers on campus all this
week. Bearing the fitting 'title of
this year's Cab, "As You Shake It,"
the shakers will advertise the an-
nual presentation of a well known
campus tradition.
Confusion will reign and curi-
osity will be aroused all this week
until the presentation of the Cab-
aret froth 8 to 12 p.m. Friday and
Saturday nights at the Michigan
League.
Weddcings&
Engagements
Hansen-Strong
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hansen
of Altadent, California have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Ruth Anne to James Kil-
roy Strong, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown Strong of Tuscon, Arizona.
Miss Hansen is a senior in the
literary school. She is a member
of Mortar Board and is vice presi-
dent of WAA. She is affiliated
with Chi Omega.
Mr. Strong has attended the
University of Arizona and is now
a freshman in the School of Den-
tistry.
The wedding is planned for late
summer.
* * *
Lockyer-Stewa rt
Rev. and Mrs. John Lockyer of
Lawton have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter Mercia
to Mr. Robert Stewart, son. of Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Harry M. Stewart.
of Manhattan, Kansas.
Miss Lockyer is a graduate of
the literary college and has re-
ceived her master's degree. Last
year she served as a counselor in
Stockwell Hall.
Mr. Stewart is a graduate of the
University of Kansas and is now a
junior in the School of Law.
A late summer wedding is
planned.

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WAA Notices
Co-recreational Badminton-
Reviving a campus activity that
proved popular years ago, WAA is
again offering co-recreational bad-1
mninton for those men and womefi
who are interested in this sport.
Dates and stags alike are wel-
come to attend the first open nights
which will be held tomorrow from
7 to 9 p.m. in the Waterman Gym-1
nasium, according to Vivian Fra-
zer, WAA co-recreational man-
ager.
Instruction will be offered for
those who desire it and anyone else
is invited to play "just for fun." If
the demand is great enough addi-
tional badminton co-recreational3
nights will be planned.
A mixed doubles tournament
will also be planned if those who
attend the co-recreational nights
are interested.
Racquets will be furnished and
birds may be purchased at the
door.
Basketball-
The basketball tournament will
continue this week with the follow-
ing games being played:
Tuesday at 5:10-Alpha Omi-
cron Pi II vs. Markley I; Pi Beta
Phi II vs. Kleinstuck I; 7:15 -
Stockwell XII vs. Gamma Phi Beta
II; Chi Omega II vs. Hinsdale II;
8:00-No games.
Wednesday at 5:10-Barbour I
vs. Chi Omega III; Stockwell XIV
vs. Mosher VI; 7:15-Mosher XI
vs. Barbour IV; Delta Delta Delta
II vs. Stockwell XVII; 8:00-No
games.
Thursday at 5:10 - Stockwell
XVIII vs. Alpha Alpha Theta II;
7:15-Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Pi
Beta Phi III; Chi Omega IV vs.
Alpha Chi Omega III; 8:00-Jor-
dan I vs. Alpha Chi Omega IV;
Lester I vs. Alpha Phi II.
'I * *
Coaches and Officials Club-All
members will meet at 7 p.m. on
Thursday in Barbour Gym.
Officials Club members will also
meet at 4 p.m. Fridays to assist in
officiating for the Basketball Club.
Members of the Officials Club may
come either time.

Dress rehearsal of the Willow
Village "Brickettes," ten exam-
ples of feminine pulchritude fea-
turing Don Luther will be held Fri-
day, in preparation for the Wives
Club annual Christmas dance, the
"Snowball."
The formal dance, carrying out
the snowball theme, will be held
Saturday in West Lodge Audito-
rium. White balloons tied with red
ribbons along with traditional
Christmas trimmings will provide
Yuletide atmosphere.
Music will be furnished by Ken
Norman's orchestra.
"Family Relations" will be the
topic for the talk to be given by
Dr. Hobart Coffey of the School

REHEARSAL-As the tap chorus of the Soph Cab floorshow "A Midwinter's Nightmare" (to be held
Dec. 9 and 10) watches, dance soloists Elaine Madden and Mona Pick practice the Charleston. The
show, which is a main feature of this year's cabaret, satirizes a familiar Shakesperean play.

Fashion World Shocked at Backwards

Coat

4;,

NEW YORK-(/P)-It takes a lot
to startle New York fashion world,
but a London woman did it today.
She wore her overcoat back-
wards.
On purpose, that it.
AND THE STYLE specialists1
couldn't make up their minds
whether this was a fad that ought
to be suppressed or the brightest
idea since the "peek-a-boo" waist.
In London they knew what
they thought. It looked good on
Barbara Goalen, the shapely
model who originated it, but for
women in general-"Too terrify-
ing to contemplate," shuddered

the trade magazine, The Tailor
and Cutter.
Over here, opinions differed.
* * *
"I GUESS it would be all right,"
said Brigance, an eminent coat de-
signer, "so long as the woman has
long arms-or a patient husband."
But Helen Fraser, director of
the Barbizon School and Model
Agency, wouldn't hear of it.
"They'd have to furnish a free
maid with each coat," she said.
"Also a free chiropractor in case
you tried to put it on yourself.
Anyway, who wants to sit on
buttons?"
Lisa Kirk, the sleekly groomed

singing star of "Kiss Me Kate,"
came out on the London girl's
side:
"Why is it any sillier to wear a
coat backwards than to wear a
cardigan backwards as the girls
were doing a while back? I should
think .the garment industry would
encourage new style ideas.
Moonlight
Moonlight is the worst possible
light for romance, in the opinion
of a Hollywood photographer, be-
cause it has a ghost-like quality
which is unflattering to anyone
it shines on.

JENKS & Co.
221 EAST LIBERTY
Phone 2-6220

designed for
Christmas
merrymaking!
.. top-fashion
holiday dresses that
take you everywhere
with a festive air.
. . we're sure you'll
love our new
wool jersey dresses
in one or two-piecers.
. in gay colors
white pink, lime,
shrimp, aqua, and red.
, at the low price of

DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 5)
Rev. Burt on basic doctrines of
the Christian faith.

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the meeting; they will be eligible
or competition next semester.
Only students with debate expe-
rience should attend, unless there
has been previous participation in
the fall program.
Hillel-I.Z.F.A.: Hebrew classl
meeting, 8 p.m., Rm. 3G, Union.
Everyone welcome.
N.S.A.: Committee meeting, 41
p.m., Union. Report from Pur-
chase Card committee.
West Quad Council: Meeting,
6:30 p.m., Freshmen Study Hall,I
Quad. Open to all residents.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society:
Playing of "Pirates" recordings
and election of 'new officers for
next semester, 7:15 p.m.
Cercle Francais: Christmas
meeting, 8 p.m., Hussey Room,
League. Refreshments. Bring gift
for Galens' Fund. Faculty and
members invited.
C.E.D.: 5 p.m., Union.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Organizational meeting for those
groups interested in submitting a
Hillelzapoppin script, 7:30 p.m.,
Hillel.
Coming Events
U. of M. Hostel Club: Meeting,
7:30 p.m., Thurs., Dec. 9, Lane
Hall.
Chess Club: Tournament to
pick University ,rapid - transit
champion, 7:30 p.m., Wed., Dec.

7, League Coffee Shop. Non-mem-
ber competitors and spectators
welcome.
Library Science Discussion
Group: First meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Wed., Dec. 7, East Conference
Room, Rackham. Topic: Stump
the experts-a roundtable of Gen-
eral Library department heads.
Public is invited.
Canterbury Club: 7:15 a.m.,
Wed., Dec. 7, Holy Communion fol-
lowed by Student Breakfast.
Women's Research Club: 8 p.m.,
Wed., Dec. 7, Rackham Amphi-
theatre, Dr. Helen Dodson, Mc-
Math-Hulbert Observatory, "An
Astronomer Looks at the Sun."
Co-Recreational B a dmint on
Night: 7-9 p.m., Wed., Dec. 7, Wat-
erman Gym. All men and women
invited.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Meet-
ing, 7 p.m., Wed., Dec. 7, Rm. B,
Haven Hall.
Cleveland Club: Meeting, 4 p.m.,
Wed., Dec. 7, League.
Pre-Medical Society: Meeting,
7:30 ' p.m., Wed., Dec. 7, 1400
Chemistry. Guest speaker: Mr.
James B. Wallace, instructor in
music literature.

Qreene

:Formal Planned
According to the men of Greene
House in- the East Quad, their
forthcoming Christmas formal will
be the biggest event on this year's
campus social calendar.
"From decorations to music,"
explain the proud Greene-Hous-
ers, "this dance will be tops."
To substantiate these claims, they
have given a little advance infor-
mation concerning this dance, to
be held from 9 to 12 p.m. Satur-
day, Dec. 10. A hard-working dec-
orations committee has centered
the ball around an approprite win-
ter theme.
A huge moon covered with phos-
phorescent paint will be one of
the bright spots of the annual for-
mal. This heavenly body will be
silhouetted against background of
"deep purple."
Other wall decorations will il-
lustrate various winter scenes,
sparkling against their exotic
background. The group will in-
clude robust ice-skaters with their
scarves flying in the wind and
chill-inspired wood gatherers.
Standing guard at the entrance
to the dance will be a snowman
and snowlady, modeled after typi-
cal University students.

House,

$16.95 and up

ULLR Ski Club: Business:
ing and movies, 7:30 p.m.,
Dec. 7, 2003 Angell Hall.

meet-
Wed.,

I.A.S.: Meeting 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
Dec. 7, RMS. K-L-M Union.
Speakers: Mr. Tom Courtney, of
McDonnell Aircraft. Technicolor
Film, on the XF-88; also on the
"Little Henry" Helicopter.
Women of the University Fac-
ulty: Tea, 4 to 6 p.m., Wed., Dec. 7,
4th floor clubroom, League.

SOME DATES WON'T WAIT!
Neither willta
First Class
after vacation!.
So better travel Home and back on
DEPENDABLE RAIL SCHEDULES!
More Fun; Too, traveling with the gang. Lots of room to
roam about and visit. Mouth-watering meals in the diner.
Yes, it's part of vacation to go by train!

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WATCHES -
HAMILTONS ... GRUENS ...
BULOVAS
Other famous ,makes
RINGS -
Now is the time to buy that
special Christmas gift!
4)ilverware

From School:
SAVE 28% on new Group Tick-
ets, good on most coach trains
east of Chicago or St. Louis, and
north of the Potomac and Ohio
Rivers, and west of New York
City. Parties of 25 or more leaVing
school together for same destina-
tion may narticinate in this ar-

From Home:
COLLEGE SPECIAL tickets are
available at your home town ticket
office anywhere in the U. S. On
coach or Pullman, they give you
all the cash saving and stop-over
privileges of a regular round-trip
ticket with longer return limits.
Get a College Special back to

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