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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bewitched Bayou' Will Be Presented Tonight, Tomorrow
Alligators, Pelicans, Mysterious Swamps,
Will Set Mood for "A Fling With Flame"[

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ON TIHIE HOUSE
By JO KETELHUT

"Bewitched Bayou," the 23rd
annual Sophomore Cabaret, will
be presented by sophomore coeds
from 8 p.m. to midnight tonight
and tomorrow.
The sophomore women will
completely take over the second
floor of the League for their pro-
duction, transforming it into a
southern swamp setting. .
Skill games, an Enchanted
Wishing Fountain, photography,
a grab bag and a fortune telling
booth will be among the booths
set up -in the concourse of the
tbague. '

Assembly Ball
Petitions for Assembly Ball
are due Monday in the League
Undergraduate Office.

FROM THERE, students may
venture into Al's Alley for spooks
and thrills, Bayou Bar for re-
freshments, the Shad Shack for
card playing, the Bird Cage for
shuffleboard, ping pong and bowl-
ing and, finally, the Bayou for
dancing.
Ted Smith and his orchestra
will play from an island in the
middle of the Bayou (a trans-
formed ballroom) for the danc-
ers.
Performances of the floorshow,
"A Fling with Flame," will be
held at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. each
night. In the show, a Michigan
man and two professors will be-
come entangled in a wild search
in the Louisiana swamps for
Flame, mystery personality played
by Carolyn Nussbaum.
PROFESSORS Potsy and Plet-
sky, will be portrayed by Ann
Lewis and Sondra Diamond.
Chuck, the Michigan man appear-
ing in three phases of his life, will
be played by Nancy Born, Jean
Purvis and Helen Allen.
Another unusual character
who enters into the plot of the
show is Al the Alligator, Sally
Gnau in disguise, who will in-

" 'Tis the season to be jolly."
Formals continue to steal the social spotlight with many houses
planning to honor pledges and the Yuletide season this weekend.
SAES WILL BE WHIRLING in a "Winter Wonderland" at their
pledge formal tomorrow night. A dinner and the snow-scene dance
will take place at the house.
* * * *
'TIS A FEW WEEKS before Christmas, but all through Martha
Cook, everyone will be stirring at their annual Christmas Ball tonight.
Guests entering the main lobby will see "Ma in her Kerchief," usually
identified as the statue of Venus, "all settled down for a long winter's
nap."
MURALS ON THE WALLS will portray "children nestled all
snug in their beds," while the moon shines on the "new fallen snow,"
painted on the windows. Dancing will take place in the Blue and
Red Rooms, which will be decorated to follow a holiday theme.
* * *
"SANTA CLAUS IS COMING to town" and will'head directly for
the Phi Delt house tomorrow night to present dolls to the coeds who
have been "good 'lil girls" all year. Santa has been contacted for the
visit by the pledges, who are planning the decorations for their
winter-themed formal.
SUGGESTIVE OF prohibition days, "Moonshine and Four Roses"
is the name given to the Prescott House record dance tomorrow.
** * *
A E PIS WILL BE all decked out for "A Night at the Opera"
when they stage their pledge-initiation formal tomorrow night.
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSES are being held at Wenley and
Hinsdale Houses tomorrow afternoon.
* * * *
A SNOW MAN AND LADY will greet Zeta Tau Alphas and their
dates arriving at the sorority's Christmas formal tomorrow. Snow-
flakes hanging from the ceiling and snow-covered greens will create
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AL THE ALLIGATOR-Peering through the yawning mouth of
an alligator, Berta Houston watches Jody Behrens, Nancy Eichen-
laub and Barbara Keller apply the finishing. touches to one of
the decorations for Sophomore Caberet which will be presented
tonight, and tomorrow in the League.
* * * * ***

troduce Bayou-Kahoo Boy Juice
as the potent muscle-building
tonic for campus males.
"Flamingos" and "orchids" will
perform ballet and tap routines,
during the show, adding to the
typical bayou setting.

Tickets for the floorshow and
Cabaret are on sale from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. today and tomorrow in
the League, Union and Angell
Hall. They will also be sold at
the door before the performances.

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WILD WRANGLING WILLIE and Two Gun Tessie will be among
the prominent guests at Triangle's rip-roaring Western party tomor-
Thop (#wma4 (.d'he$(uc On A row. Converting their house into a rustic 'ld saloon, the men and
- their dates will find all the atmosphere of frontier days, complete
with spitoons, sawdust and a mousatchioed bartender.
C O LU M BIA DELTA' SIGMA PHI will bid a "full house" to their pledge
U E CO R D SU3formal and Founder's Day dance tomorrow. Given a "royal" welcome
at the door of the American Legion, the party-goers will proceed into
a poker-hand decorated room for dancing.
Preserve the memory of the Beecham Concert. Enjoy his superb interpre- WASHTENAW COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB will be the scene of
tations again and again in your own home on your Columbia LP Player. Theta Xi's pledge formal tomorrow night.
ROULETTE WHEELS, dice games and decks of cards'-will pro-
BIZET: Carmen Suite ML4287 vide the Trigon men and their dates with plenty of inducements to
TCHAIKOVSKY: Capriccio Italien.......................... .$4.85 spend their rolls of stage money at a sophisticated gambling party
tomorrow.
MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D "Prague" ML4313 AN ETCHING of the Phi Kappa Tau house will appear on pro-
MOZART: Symphony No. 41 in C "Jupiter" ..................... $4.85 grams given to the couples attending the Phi Tau pledge formal
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BIZ ET: Fair Maid of Perth ML21 KAPPA NUS AND THEIR GUESTS will journey to "Manhattan
DELIUS: Over the Hills and For Away.................. . .$3.85 Towers" for a formal honoring pledges.
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which will take place at the house tomorrow night. Decorations will
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Choose from the complete selection (all speeds) SIGMA PHIS will "deck their halls with boughs of holly" for a
availCble at the epledge formal tomorrow. Chuck Manning and his orchestra will pro-
vide the musical background for the "fa la la-ing."
KAPPA DELTS and their dates will "don their gay apparel" for
a Christmas formal which will be held in th Flight Room at Willow
Run tonight. Miniature trees, glittering stars and a giant snowman
will create a festive atmosphere for the dancers.
"SIGMA CHARMS," the Sigma Chi quartet, will "sing the Yule-
tide carol" at their Christmas formal tomorrow night.
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