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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

19, 1959 PAGE FIVE
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WISPY WINTERLACE:
Lloyd Hall Coeds To Present
Traditional Christmas Dance

WAA NOTES

Alice Crocker Lloyd Hall will
soon be decked with "boughs of
holly" for the Winterlace Ball, its
annual Christmas formal, to be
held on December 1.
Ken Norman, his band and vo-
calist will provide danceable mu-
sic from 9 p.m. to midnight in
three of the lounges, while the re-
maining two will offer relaxation
and refreshments.
A choral group, including wo-
men from every house in the dor-
mitory, promises to present some-

thing novel in the way of enter-
tainment during intermission time,
according to Louise Goss, director
of the group.
The central committee for the
Winterlace Ball consists of Tina'
Cotsonika, general chairman; Do-
lores Silver and Shirlee Jorgen-
son, publicity; Sue Kerner,
decorations; Phyllis Kaufman,
entertainment; Ruth Stein, tick-
ets; Liesl Ellenbogen, programs
and Margaret Burroughs, refresh-
ments.

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Club-Members will meet from 7
9 p.m. today in the League. The
room will be posted. The business
meeting will be followedaby an in-
formal get-acquainted party.
Ice Skating Club-The Coliseum
opens tomorrow. Members may
skate weekly from 1 to 3 p.m.
Monday through Thursday.
The WAA volleyball tournament
is nearing the finish.
The schedule for the week is
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Hollis House;
Cheever I vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell IX vs.
Martha Cook; Jordan I vs. Stock-
well III; at 8 p.m.-Newberry III
vs. Delta Delta Delta III; Stock-
well XVI vs. Stockwell XV.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Barbour
III vs. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Mar-
tha Cook II vs. Henderson House;
at 7:15 p.m.-Martha Cook III vs.
Palmer House- Chi Omega I vs.
Jordan VI; at 8 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. the winner of Stockwell
IV vs. Martha Cook I; Couzens
Housing Problems
Housing problems and high
taxation are scaring would-be
newly weds away from the altar in
London.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
"IN HONORING HER"--The Co-Chairmen of the Steering Committee for the Alice Lloyd Memor-
ial, Miss Hilda Kirby, left, and Mrs. Mary Kent-Miller Tennant, right, met in Ann Arbor with lon-
orary Chairman, Mrs. Florence Hagle Ruthven. The memorial is to be established in honor of the
late Dean Lloyd as a division of the Phoenix Project.
Mice Lloyd Memorial Committee Plans Wor

Hall vs. the winner of Stockwell
III vs. Jordan I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. the winner of
Newberry III vs. Delta Delta Delta
III; Newberry II vs. Alpha Phi II.
Tournament officials urge each
team to give its fullest coopera-
tion to complete this tournament.
Teams are asked by the officials
not to postpone games. Cancella-
tions must be made by noon Mon-
day at Barbour Gym.
Union To Hold
Record Dance
Students who are unable to go
home for Thanksgiving will find
consolation at a free record dance
from 9 p.m. to midnight Wednes-
day in the Union Ballroom.
This pre-holiday dance will
feature the talents of disc-jockey-
for-a-night Chuck Hoefler.
Chairman Jerry Mehlman des-
cribes the dance as "very, very in-
formal." Come-as-you-are attire
will be in keeping with the in-
formal atmosphere.
He promises that the dance,
which is a date dance and not a
mixer, "will not cost one red cent."

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Tennis Bal
Chairmanship
Bids To Open
Petitioning for the central com-
mittee of Tennis Ball, the only
outdoor, all-campus dance of the
year, will open tomorrow.
The Tennis Ball weekend, co-
sponsored by the Union and Wo-
man's Athletic Association will be
held May 18 and 19. Positions
which will be open include patrons
and patronesses, decorations, se-
cretary, programs, entertainment
and finance. Petitions are due
Monday, Dec. 4.
The Central committee is or-
ganized in the same way that the
Miehigras steering group operates,
with joint chairmanships from
the Union and WAA.
Tennis Ball was held for the
first time two years ago. It was so
successful that it was decided to
make the dance a biennial event.
Tennis Ball began as a one
night event. This year, however.
plans are being made to make it
the backbone of Tennis Ball week-
end. This weekend will include a
soap box derby Saturday after-
noon and a "mystery event" on
Saturday night.
Petitions may be picked up in
the League Undergraduate Office.
Interviews will be conducted at
the WAB.
Vote Mdnday & Tuesday

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The first meeting of the Steer-
ing Committee for the Dean Alice
Lloyd Memorial division of the
Phoenix Project was held in Ann
Arbor recently.
Co-Chairmen Mrs. Mary Kent-
Miller Tennant and Miss Hilda
Kirby, met with Honorary Chair-
man Mrs. Florence Hagle Ruth-
ven and members of the Ann Ar-
bor Steering Committee.
THE ESTABLISHMENT of the
Alice Lloyd Memorial gives the
women of the University and the
great number of friends and col-
leagues of the former Dean an
opportunity to keep alive the flame
of her spirit.
Thanksgiving Dance
To Be Sponsored by
WAA Recreation Club
"Honor your partners, all."
A Thanksgiving Eve party will
be given by the WAA Corecrea-
tional Folk and Square Dance
Club from 8 p.m..to midnight Wed-
nesday at Waterman Gym.
Activities will include folk,
square, round and social dancing.
Callers will be taken from the rank
and file of members who have
been learning the tricks of the
trade this semester.
This club is one of the few or-
ganizations planning Thanksgiv-
ing activities. "Last year's party
was a huge success," stated Bar-
bara Molyneaux, WAA co-recre-
ational manager, "with over a
hundred participants."

The duties of the co-chairmen
in the Ann Arbor meeting were
to discuss and explain to the
members what part the commit-
tee would play in the Memorial.
The most important task of the
committee, they explained, will be
to contact persons in other walks
of life who knew and loved Dean
Lloyd and make available to these
individuals the opportunity to
contribute to the Memorial.
MRS. TENNANT graduated from
the University and later served as
an assistant in the University's
English department. She was an
active member of Alpha Omicron
Pi sorority and later became the
president of the New York alum-
na chapter.
Her campus activities includ-
ed Glee Club (of which she was
president during her senior
year), Choral. Union, French
Club, Freshman Pageant and
Junior Girls' Play.
Miss Kirby received her BA de-
gree here and her MA at the
Fletcher School of Law and Di-
plomacy. She was associated with
Delta Gamma sorority and later
became president of the New York
alumna chapter.
* * *
SHE WAS the general chairman
of Sophomore Cabaret, finance
chairman of the Junior Girls'
'Play, treasurer of the League, Ori-
entation Committee chairman and
chairman of the Committee., on
Concentration.
Miss Kirby was so interested
in activities that even hospital-

ization could not keep her from
attending the Junior Girls'
Play.
"You may remember," she said,
"that I was the one who threaten-
ed Dr. Bell with sliding down a
bannister in order to get to the
play." Dr. Bell finally allowed her
to attend-but only in the com-
pany of a doctor.
THE STEERING Committee in-
cludes members from all parts of
the country. Some of its members
are movie actress Ruth Hussey;
Dr. Lillian M. Gilbreth, author of
"Cheaper by the Dozen" and Miss
Betty Smith, author of "A Tree
Grows in Brooklyn."

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honored at a tea given by Uni-
versity house directors, resi-
dent counselors and house
presidents from 1:30 to 3:30 p.-
m. tomorrow at the League.
The staff of the Office of the
Dean of Women will receive the
guests in the Hussey Room fol-
lowing the tea.
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