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TAURfSDAY, NOVEMBER 30; 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1950WAOZ,

nnual Holly Hop To Feature
Yuletide Celebrations Theme
Intermission Entertainment Wil Present
Folk Dancing, Singing of Other Countries
Everything from intermission Joe Simpson will act as mas-
entertainment to decorations will ter of ceremonies during inter-
carry out a "Christmas in Many mission.
Lands" theme at West Quad's an- Decorations will take dancers
nual Holly Hop from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight Saturday. as far away as Eskimo land,
During intermission at the where they will see an igloo.
semi-frmag ancer n ttesCouples attending the dance will
semi-formal dance, entertainers also be taken on a mythical trip
will present an appropriately cos- alsobthenntr myth rip
mopolitan program. Native folk into the country where they will
dancing and singing will be the view a typical winter Christmas
contribution of a group of Japa- scene.
nese men.
* * m OTHER DECORATIONS will
MEXICO WILL BE represented include a manger scene, a large
by Dr. Carlos Mota, who will sing sleigh filled with presents, silhou-
and play his guitar., Hawaiian ettes of skaters and a Christmas
songs and dances will be the spe- tree.
cialty of several couples from the Dancers will be able "to sit
Hawaiian Club. this one out" around a fireplace

STARS TWINKLE:
Snowball' To Be Presented
At Victor Vaughan Saturday Person Needed .
Pesn4eee .

Coed Canar]
JGP - Central Committee of
JGP will have a meeting at 5 p.m.
today in'the League.
JGP Publicity Chairmen -
Members of the publicity commit-
tee of JGP will meet at 4 p.m.
today in the League.
WAA Officials Club-Members
will take their written volleyball
rating tests at 4 p.m. Friday at
Barbour Gymnasium.
Activities Workshop - An or-
ganizational meeting of the Acti-
vities Workshop will be ° held at
5 p.m. today in the League.
Marge Adams and Joan Mintzer
have asked anyone who cannot
attend to contact either of them
at 2-2591.

in a living room appropriately
decorated with Christmas
greenery
Music for the dance will be
provided by Ted Smith's four-
teen-piece orchestra.
EARLY ARRIVALS at the
dance will be greeted by carolers.
Refreshments will be served dur-
ing the evening.
To give her a cosmopolitan
feeling in keeping with the
"Christmas in Many Lands,"
each woman will be presented
with an Hawaiian orchid.
Patrons and patronesses will
include: President and Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, Dean and
Mrs. Erich A. Walter, Dean
Deborah Bacon and Dean and
Mrs. Walter J. Emmons.
Others will be: Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lloyd Berridge, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis C. Shiel, Dr. and Mrs.
Peter A. Ostafin and Dr. and Mrs.
James Robertson.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
"RHYTHM ROMP"-Janet Gast and Earl Lesperance, pictured
above, are rehearsing the charleston, one of the routines which
will be featured in the floor show of "Rhythm Romp," which will
be sponsored by the League dance classes tomorrow in the Lea-
gue Ballroom.
'Rhythm Romp' Will Be Held
Tomorrow in League ballroom

"Rhythm Romp," the dance
sponsored by the League dance
classes, will be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow in- the
League Ballroom.
The floor show of the informal
record dance will feature the
samba and mambo routine of Ed-
ward Fusco and Mary Fisher, both
formerly with Arthur Murray.
June Chadwick will do acrobatic
dancing.

Further attractions in the floor
show will be the waltz and
charleston rendered by individuals
of the League exhibition group.
The chairmen of the commit-
tees for "Rhythm Romp" are:
decorations, Barbara Johnson;
publicity, Ann Higgins; ticket
sales, Marianne Van Duser; and
date bureau, Sally Smith.
Tickets for the dance will be
sold at the door.

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Bright stars will twinkle down
upon couples attending "Snow-
ball," Victor C. Vaughan's annual
Christmas formal, to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight, Saturday.
The effect of twinkling stars will
Royal Theme
EnlivensParty
Monte Carlo Makes
Campus Appearance
Students with a desire to "rub
elbows with royalty" will have a
genuine opportunity at a gala
all-campus Monte Carlo party
from 8 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day in the Rackham Assembly
Hall.
Among the distinguished guests
will be His Royal Highness Nana
Raw Duah Agyeman, heir ap-
parent to the throne of a West
African kingdom, the name of
which he has asked toremain un-
disclosed.
** *
ANOTHER ROYAL visitor will
be His Highness Prince Mahmoud
Reza Pahlavi, brother of the
Shahinshah of Iran.
Several other distinguished
foreign guests, who prefer not
to be named, will also be pre-
sent.
Co-sponsored by the Interna-
tional Center and Club Europa,
the informal party will take place
in an atmosphere of roulette tab-
les and various other forms of
gambling. A cabaret entertainer,
singing French songs, will help to
complete the exotic effect.
* * *
DANCING WILL take place in
the ballroom, while another room
will be devoted to games of chance
and a third room will contain re-
freshments.
Hostesses in formal dress,
members of Club Europa, will
welcome all men and women
students who may attend with
or without dates. Tickets, pric-
ed at 50 cents, may be purchas-
ed at the door.
Other special guests will be Dr.
Esson Gale, director of the In-
ternational Center, and approxi-
mately 30 members of Wayne
University's International Stu-
dents Association.
Club Europa was inaugurated
this fall for all students from
Europa. This is the first event it
has sponsored.
WAA Fencing Club
To Offer Instruction
For New Members
"On guard!"
Fencers and would-be fencers
are eligible to join the WAA fenc-
ing club.
The organizational meeting will
be at 5 p.m. today at the WAB.
Instruction for beginners will be
available. New members will bout
and later in the season will have
a tournament.
Old members and more experi-
enced fencers will have a round
robin tournament.
The club will sponsor a demon-
stration for the. fencing classes.
Another planned activity for the
club will include a trip to Detroit
to see Salle de Tusca fence.
Last year members traveled to
Detroit and saw Beta de Tuscan in
an exhibition fencing program.

be achieved by an arrangement of
flashlight bulbs on the ceiling of 1
the dining room where the danc-
ing will take place.
* * *
OTHER DECORATIONS in the
room will be in keeping with the
outdoor scene. Evergreen trees,
snowflakes and snowmen will deck'
the room.
Art Starr and his orchestra
will provide the music.
Refreshments will be served in 6
the lounge by waiters dressed in
costumes to add to the "Swiss
Chalet" atmosphere which will
prevail in this room.
A HUGE Christmas tree, small
candle-lit tables and a blazing
fire in the fireplace will lend
themselves to completing the de-
sired mood.
Each woman attending the
dance will be presented with a
carnation corsage. Miniature
snowballs rather than tassels

will dangle from the programs. I~'li
The new song; "Vaughan House - -- -
Will Shine," will be printed on
the prgram.Buy and Sell Through 'Dail y -Classified.
the program.
The Vaughan House trio will
provide the entertainment during
the intermission. A skit and piano
recital will also be given.
* * *.
JOHN COOPER is general Pretty Practicab it
chairman of the dance, Dick Mes-
senger is assistant chairman and
Steve Mitro and Bob Lafferty are
planning the decorations.
Ticket sales are being man-
aged by Phil Agnifilo. Art Reiss
is in charge of entertainment,
and Otto Ruher will take care
of the flowers.

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For Winter's Worst Weather
We 'have
All kinds
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All prces
TOWN AND CAMPUS
SHOES

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Chuck Weber will be in charge
of .refreshments.
Publicity and finances will be,
handled by Dave Guttentag and
Chuck Volk.
Assembly Ball
Petitions Due
December11
Petitions for Assembly Ball po-
sitions will be due Dec. 11, In the
Undergraduate Office of the Lea-
gue.
Assembly Ball is the annual girl
bid dance which is held each
March by the independent wo-
men.
POSITIONS OPEN for the
dance are general chairman, de-
corations co-chairmen, publicity
co-chairmen, programs and pa-
trons chairman, ticket chairman,
finance chairman and buildings
and grounds chairman.
This central committee de-
cides where the dance will be
held, the theme of the dance,
the orchestra, favors, programs
and patrons.
It also sets the price of the
tickets.
PETITIONING FOR all these
positions is open to second semes-
ter freshmen,. sophomores and
juniors.
Interviewing will be held on
Dec. 13, 14 and 15.
Reports of former committees
can be obtained in the Under-
graduate Office and in the League
Library.
For assistance in writing peti-
tions and to clear up questions,
women should contact the acti-
vity chairman of their dormitory
or house.

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