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FRiDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1950 TIRE MICTTT'. A N n ATT.V

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'Capitalistic Capers
Life in 2050
To Be Shown
Traditional all-campus ball,
sponsored by business administra-
tion students, will take place from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight in the
League Ballroom.
Decorations committees have
been working for weeks to trans-
form the ballroom into a vision
of the year 2050. From programs 2
to headquarters for patrons, deco-
rations will follow a futuristic I
theme.
* * *
CAPITALIZING on the trend
towards mechanics, the decora-
tions will portray the business stu-
dent of the future as a huge robot,
able to automatically record all
accounting transactions without
confusion.
Businessmen of that year will
Fbe extremely wealthy, according WRI
to the prophesy of decorations WORK
chairmen Ginger Ross and Bar- Capers"
bara Hall. In fact, they will have the dan
so much money that there will
be a problem of what to do with drab, bush
it! This will be evident by the will have
picture on each dance program. possible to
(The committee assumes that and office,
these prosperous people will have
all studied at the University of FUCHS]
Michigan.) been thou
Since they themselves will be so combinatio

To Set Futuristic Mood
*. * * *

ON TIHIIE HOUSE

NG HARD-Decorations committee for "Capitalistic
pauses to view part of their work. The decorations for
ce will create a futuristic atmosphere.
** * * * * *

inessmen of the future
the most vivid colors
,o decorate their homes
s, say the ball chairmen.
* * *
IA and chartreuse have
ght to be the preferred
ions. These hues will, ap-

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Closed Sundays

propriately, be used to brighten
and ornament the League ball-
room for "Capitalistic Capers."
Glass brick houses have been
designed for the patrons. They
are futuristic in style as well as
fabric.
Carlton Ryding and his six piece
band have been chosen to play for
this annual affair. Ryding is a
University of Michigan student
and has played for many house
dances here.
DURING INTERMISSION the
Washtenaw Avenue Four, former-
ly the Zeta Psi Quartet, will en-
tertain. Door prizes donated by
local merchants will be awarded
at this time.
The dance is informal dress.
Late permission has been given.
Railroad Timetables
About 80 million copies of rail-
road timetables are printed an-
nually in the United States.

By JO VKETELHUT
Campus quarters will be flung wide open this weekend to welcome
the orange and blue invasion from Illinois with a rousing round of
novelty parties and open houses.
This is also the time of the season for Father's Weekend at
many houses which means the usual rush of last-minute room cleaning
and numerous turned-down dates as sons and daughters prepare
to give their "Dads" a glimpse of the rip-roaring social whirl at
Michigan.
* * * *
THE A CHI O's will escort their fathers to the Theta Chi Gambling
Den tomorrow night where dice games, roulette wheels, poker and
blackjack promises to keep an abundance of stage money in wild
circulation.
* *
"TELEVISION TAKE-OFF".will be the theme of the Zeta Beta
Tau party tomorrow night which will transform the house into a
large TV studio complete with screens, cameras, sound tracks and
"on the air" signs. Coed entertainment will highlight the shows
which will be modeled after popular television programs. Orchestra
dancing is also on the agenda for the party.
* * * * -
DILL PICKLES A LA WHIPPED CREAM will keep the Alpha
Delts and their dates in rare spirits at a record dance tomorrow night.
* * * *
WHAT HAPPENS during the dinner hour at the Phi Sigma
Delta house will be demonstrated by the kitchen crew at their informal
record dance tomorrow night. Based on an "Indian Summer" theme,
the decorations will include corn husks, pumpkins and autumn settings.
* * * *
REMINISCENT OF THE "ROARING '20s," Hinsdale House will
stage a Charleston contest at their record dance tomorrow night.
* * * *~
THE GAY MOOD of the Riviera will prevail at the Alpha Epsilon
Phi Monte Carlo party tomorrow night. Silver chandeliers, roulette
wheels, cavier and tuxedoes will set the sophisticated French at-
mosphere.
A LARGE DELEGATION from their brother chapter at Illinois
is expected to attend the Alpha Rho Chi weiner roast and record
dance tomorrow night.
THE THETA DELTS will be swinging their partners tomorrow
night at an old-fashioned square dance. Eight sets of jean-clad stu-
dents are expected to try their skill at promenading. Doughnuts and
cider will be served in a hay-strewn atmosphere.
JOHNNY HARBERD and his men will ride the bandstand at
the Phi Delt house party tomorrow night.
THE PI LAMBS have scheduled a birthday party in honor of
their esteemed member, Joe Kwotchnick, tomorrow night. Ice cream,
cake, lollipops and milk will keep the "kiddies" happy.
* * * *
A HAYRIDE by the light of the moon has been planned by the
Delta Chi's for tomorrow night. The group will return to the house
for record dancing following the trip.
TO CARRY OUT AN INDIAN warfare theme, the Tau Delta Phis
will transform their ballroom into a huge tom tom and their hall into
a model teepee. Alums and members of the Illinois chapter have also.
been invited to the dance. Jerry Varon and his orchestra will provide
the musical background.
* * * *
BIG CHIEF WAHOO will also be welcome at the Michigan House
Pow Wow tomorrow night which will feature Indian dances and
games. Phil Spivak and his three papooses will set the musical scene.
HAYDEN AND COOLEY HOUSES will be roughing it tomorrow
night at a combined Hard Times party. Guests will have a choice of
either record or square dancing.
* * * *
WILLOW RUN will be the scene of the Sig Ep Pledge formal
tonight. Johnny Harberd and his men will take over the musical
spotlight.
. . . .
NELSON INTERNATIONAL HOUSE will hold a "Kick-Off" party
tomorrow night. Both American and foreign students will teach games
to the guests.
CORN COBS and casually tossed hay will provide the setting
for the Phi Rho Sigma barn dance tomorrow night. Don Camp from
Texas will do the calling for square dancing.
* ]* * *
IN HONOR OF their spirited Illinois chapter, the Phi Sigs will
hold a "Prohibition Party" tomorrow night. Record dancing will be
the featured entertainment.
** *
COBWEBS, ILLUMINATED SKELETONS and black masks will
decorate the Triangle house for a post-Halloween "Haunted House"
party tomorrow night. White sheets will cover the furniture to give
a more ghostlike effect to the rooms.
* * * *
BUFFET DINNERS will precede the record dances at Phi Kappa
Sigma and Acacia.
THE SAEs will be strictly stag this weekend with a father-son
banquet and get-together planned for tomorrow night. Swede Swanson
is in charge of the arrangements.

'Coffee Hour'
PopularFad
People of All Times,
Ages, Drink Coffee
"What's brewing?"
This phrase has become a famil-
iar campus question as couples
wend their way to the local coffee
shops for between class refresh-
ment and relaxation. The old
fashioned "coke date" days are
gone-today it is "how about a
cup of coffee?"
Coffee drinking is by no means
restricted to college students or
limited to a certain season. The
Psychological Corporation survey
reports that 70.9 per cent of all
persons in the United States above
the age of eight drink coffee in
the summer and 74.7 per cent in
the winter.
Nor is coffee a new beverage.
Even Beethoven, the famous com-
poser, proudly served coffee which
he had brewed himself to his
friends.
Lacrosse Club.
Lacrosse Club will meet at
4:30 p.m. today at WAB. New
members as well as old mem-
bers are urged to come. They
should be dressed for play..

Music in Print
Printed music starts almost with
the invention of typography and
a record of its existence dates back
to 1465.

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BOTH MOTHERS AND DADS will be entertained this weekend
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tomorrow.
MUSIC ON WAX will be heard tomorrow night by the Sammies,
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May Pick Up Tickets
Panhellenic representatives from
the following houses are to pick
up their tickets for Panhel Ball
from 1 to 5 p.m. today in the Pan-
hellenic Office of the League:
Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Gamma
Phi Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gam-
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Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Kappa
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