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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1950

- TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1950 PAGE

Quad Features
Xmas Theme
At Yearly Hop
Two thousand artificial snow
balls will help to carry out the
theme of "Christmas in Many
Lands" at West Quad's annual Ho-
ly Hop from 8:30 to midnight Sa-
turday, Dec. 2.
Not all of the decorations will
be snowy ones, however. Yuletide
festivities in milder climates will
also be represented. Displays will
depict Mexican and Japanese, as
well as English and Dutch, Christ-
mases.
Carrying out the theme of a cos-
mopolitan Christmas, intermission
entertainment will feature Japan-
ese and South American dancing.
Joe Simpson will act as master of
ceremonies.
Carolers will welcome early ar-
rivals at the -semi-formal dance
and will put them in an appropri-
ate holiday mood.
Even corsages will be in keeping
with the "Christmas in Many
Lands" theme. Each woman at-
tending the dance will be present-
ed with an Hawaiian orchid.
Music for the Holly Hop will be
provided by Ted Smith's orchestra.
The dance is being sponsored by
the West Quad Council. The com-
mittee in charge of this year's
Holly Hop is headed by Geoffrey
Leigh. Joe Simpson is in charge of
music. Don Edwards, Remus Boila
and John Der Derian are in charge
of decorations.
Finances will be handled by Don
Anderson. Marshall Hershon heads
the publicity committee. Programs
and favors will be the responsibili-
ties of Fred Teague. Ralph Puc-
halski is in charge of buildings
and grounds and ticket sales will
be managed by Noah Fischman
and Nick Adams.
WAA Notices
Officials Club - Members will
meet for practice in officiating at
5 p.m. tomorrow (Mon.) and at 7
p.m. Wednesday at Barbour Gym.
Camp Counselors' Club - An
open meeting 'will be held at 7:15
p.m. tomorrow at the WAB. All
coeds interested in underprivileged
children's camping are invited.
Miss Ruth Harris, director of a
Michigan underprivileged child-
ren's camp, will speak.
Badminton Club-The organiza-
tional meeting will be held at 5
p.m. Wednesday at Barbour Gym.
All interested coeds, regardless of
experience, are invited.
,Fencing Club - The club will
Imld its organizational meeting at
5 p.m. Thursday at the WAB. Be-
ginners, and experienced fencers
are welcome.
Basketball Club-All coed bas-
ketball enthusiasts are welcome to
the meeting at 4 p.m. Friday at
Barbour Gym.
Read Daily Classifieds
Ladies' and Children's
Hairstyling
- a specialty -
Courteous, experiened personnel
7 Hairstylists-No Waiting
The DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty near State

FORMAL DRESS-In preparation for the Lloyd Hall Christmas
dance new dorm residents, Dolores Silver and Eleanor Sipero-
witz, iron their favorite formals. The dance, entitled "Winterlace
Ball," is scheduled from 9 to midnight Friday in the dormitory.
Volleyball Games Scheduled

Senior Project
Petitions Due
Petitions for positions on last
year's new committee, Senior Pro-
ject will be due at 5 p.m., Dec. 1
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Members of the committee plan
and make arrangements for Sen-
ior Night, which is held the open-
ing night of JGP. Preceding the
performance, given only for senior
women, is a traditional march and
banquet in their honor. Senior
Project was created to improve ar-
rangements for the march and din-
ner.
Positions open for petitioning in-
clude: general chairman, coordina-
tor and general planner in charge
of the senior march; assistant
chairman, in charge of dinner ar-
rangements and reservations; tic-
ket chairman; patrons and invita-
tiohs chairman; publicity chair-
man and decorations chairman.
Entertainment will be planned
by the general chairman of Sen-
ior Project working with last year's
JGP general chairman, Jane Top-
per and director, Jennie Quirk.
Because this is a comparatively
new committee there is opportuni-
ty for new ideas to expand and
improve the present plcns. T'at
Breon, chairman of interviewing
and nominating committee, urges
all seniors interested in Senior Pro-
ject to petition.

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By KATE RADOVAN
"The raw material, the energy,
is here," said Dean of Women, De-
borah Bacon, referring to the at-
mosphere prevailing at the Uni-
versity.
She has studied in Paris at the
Sorbonne, in England at Oxford
and received her Ph.D in English
at Columbia University. She feels
that the atmosphere here at the
University is one of "extreme vi-
tality and energy."
LARGER CITIES with which
Columbia, Oxford and the Sor-
bonne are associated, she believes,
are so filled with their own vitality
that it is difficult for the students
to retain their identity.
Before assuming the position
of Dean of Women at the Uni-
versity, Miss Bacon spent a year
in Alaska as a missionary nurse.
For three and a half years she
served in the army nurse corps
with a unit attached to an evacua-
tion hospital of the Third Army.
This unit landed at Omaha Beach
and continued its service through-
out France, Germany and Czecho-
slovakia.
* * *
RETURNING to the United
States after the war, she spent
a year as a superintendent for a
small hospital in the Kentucky
mountains.

difference. Organized undergradu-J
ate sports and academic work both!
have their place and Dean Bacon!
did not see how these two could!
conflict. "The wonderful thing is
,to have the university that can do
both. There is room for more such
universities," she explained.
* * *
A CRITICISM, not against the
students or the University, but
against our form of democracy to-
day was voiced by Dean Bacon in
reference to the recent Student
Legislature election.
She believes that the students
reflected the culture about them
when upon tabulation the final
number of votes east were en-
tirely out of proportion with the
"noise" issued before the elec-
tion.
"I believe that 'you can't fool
all of the people all of the time',"
she said. "Supply and demand will
equal itself," and she hopes that
sometime the active interest the

rest of the year will equal the pre-
voting noise.
Dean Bacon has no definite
plans for thefuture. "I would much
rather wait and see and fit my-
self into the powerful background,
rather than try to move the back-
ground." But she is not averse to
taking a strong stand on some-
thing she believes in.
"Strong stands should be taken
rarely and wisely," she warns and
only after one knows when and
where he is going and what the
meaning of the place is.
Natural Look Stressed
Contrary to the much publicized
"doe-eyed look, fashion experts
still advocate the soft, natural
look for eye make-up.
They say to use very little make
up; heavy penciling is just for
photography or the stage. A slight
pencil touch is desired for em-
phasis, however.
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ATMOSPHERE OF VITALITY, ENERGY:
New Dean of Women Gives Her Impressions of University

-Daily-Roger Reinke
DEBORAH BACON
* *,*
Regarding w o m e n' s hours,
Dean Bacon feels that a good
deal of the agitation comes from
the men. The women as a rule
willingly conform to the regu-
lations.
When asked if the emphasis here
fell on the same things as at other
universities, Dean Bacon said she
thought there' was not too much

The WAA volleyball tournament
has reached the semi-final stages.
The schedule for this week s
as follows: Monday at 5:10 p.m. -
no games, at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. Stockwell IV, at 8 p.m.
-no games.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.--Cheever
vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi I, at 7:15
p.m.-Newberry II vs. Alpha Phi
II. Jordan VI vs. Chi Omega I, at
8 p.m.-Stockwell XV vs. Stock-
well XVI.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. - no
games, at 7:15 p.m.-Newberry III
vs. Delta Delta Delta III, Palmer

House vs. winner of Alpha Xi Del-
ta I vs. Stockwell IV, at 8 p.m.-
Mosher I vs Alpha Kappa Alpha,
Couzens vs. winner of Chi Omega
I vs. Jordan VI.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. --'
games, at 7:15 p.m. Alpha Omicron
Pi vs. winner of Newberry III vs.
Delta Delta Delta III, winner of
Newberry II vs. Alpha Phi II vs.
winner of Mosher I vs. Alpha Kap-
pa Alpha, at 8 p.m.-Martha Cook
II vs. winner of Stockwell XV vs.
Stockwell XVI.

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