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December 15, 1950 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ON TIHIIE IHIOUSE
By JO KETELHUT
A snowstorm-of parties-will hit the campus!
"WHITE WHIRL," Tau Delta Phi's annual winter formal, will
be preceded by a candlelit dinner on the terrace of their house to-
morrow night. Dancing will take place in the third floor ballroom
which will be decorated with snowmen and simulated snow.
ALSO WHIRLING in a white Christmas setting, will be the Beta
men and their dates at a pledge formal tomorrow night.
"MISTLETOE MADNESS," with plenty of the green stuff located
in appropriate places, will describe the Alpha Delta. Pi formal to be
held tonight.
CORSAGES will be given to the coeds attending the Delta Sigma
Delta holiday formal tomorrow night.
DATES OF THE Alpha Xi Deltas will find argyle socks in their
Christmas packages when they arrive at the Ieague tomorrow night
for the Alpha Xi Christmas formal. The Hussy Room will be decor-
ated with greens and a brightly-lit tree for the occasion.
IGNORING THE frosty season completely, Alpha Sigma Phi will
stage a County Fair at their house-tomorrow, complete with hot dog
stands, exhibition booths and skill games.
TRADITIONAL YULETIDE scenes will pervade at the Alpha Rho
Chi winter formal tomorrow.
DASHING THROUGH the snow-on foot-will be the Sigma
Phis and their dates for a rousing caroling party tomorrow night.
A TREE-DECORATING party will start the festivities at the
Triangle house tomorrow, followed by gift exchanging and dancing.
"CHRISTMAS EVE AT HOME" is the theme of the Sigma Pi
party, which will be enlivened with "snow" and flickers from the
fireplace.
"SNOWFALL," the Delta Chi pledge formal, will be found in the1
Flight Room at Willow Run tomorrow. Bill Kline and his men will
play for the dancers.~
NAKAMURA CO-OP will also stage a gala Christmas party at
their house tomorrow night.
SANTA WILL DROP IN at the Kappa house tomorrow night to
present gifts to the men and to watch the Christmas formal pro-
ceedings.
AL CHASE and his rhythm-makers will play for the A O Pi holi-
day formal at Pine Lodge tomorrow night. A dinner will precede the
"Winter Whirl."
A TREE WILL GLISTEN at the Delta Gamma Christmas formal
tonight while Johnny Harberd and his men set the musical scene.
COWBELLS will accompany the square dancing couples at the
Chi Phi house tomorrow which will take on a hay-strewn look for
the occasion. This will be the third annual "Cowpie Formal" held by
the men.
UP ON DELTA ZETA'S rooftop tomorrow will be an illuminated
reindeer to greet party-goers at their holiday dance. A papier mache
Santa seated at his workbench will view the dancing couples.
SDTs WILL DISCOVER the West Pole in a skit which will be
staged at their winter party tomorrow. A papier mache igloo sur-
rounded by a Jack Frost setting will provide the appropriate atmos-
phere. After braving the cool temperatures, the coeds and their dates
may retreat into a warm lodge setting for refreshments.
CHILDREN of the married Psi Omega men will attend a party
at the house tomorrow afternoon where they will find plenty of toys
and candy-filled stockings to entertain them.
DINNER AT THE Allenel will take place before the Theta Delt
pledge formal tomorrow night.
EVEN SANTA is playing the "uke" now-as party-goers at the
Gamma Phi house will discover tonight. Santa's Toyland will provide
the background for their winter formal.
PHI GAMS will escort their sister sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, to
a Christmas formal at Willow Run tonight.
SANTA WILL ALSO open his bag at the Alpha Phi Christmas
formal tonight which will be set in a .typical winter atmosphere.
A TOY HOUSE, made entirely of candy, will be a pleasant sight;
to the Alpha Chis and their guests at a Yuletide formal tonight.
ALPHA GAMS and their dates will be dancing in a "Winter
Wonderland" at their formal tonight. Eggnogs, Santa Claus and a4
dinner at the Union will complete the festivities.]
PI LAMBS will go "Night Clubbing" tomorrow for their Christmas
formal. Also honoring pledges, the dance will take place in the3
"Welkin Room."
TAU KAPPA EPSILON will entertain a group of needy children
at their annual Christmas party tomorrow afternoon.
THE CHI PSI LODGE will be the scene of another pledge formal
tomorrow. Rog Wellington and his orchestra will occupy the band-
stand.
AMONG THE SORORITIES holding formals are the Pi Phis who
Will decorate with traditional holiday trimmings.
ALL CAMPUS COEDS are welcome at a Sigma Chi open house
which is being given for their pledges from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The Sigma Chimes will entertain with Yuletide caroling.
CLAIMING that this will be their biggest dance of the year, the
Sig Eps will hold their annual Christmas dance at the house tonight.

Engaged

Neighboring Residence Halls
To Present Holiday Formals

SANTA CLAUS IN DISGUISE:
SAEs,_Thetas Bring Christmas to Children

Ski Lodge Snow Scene
To Prevail at Barbour

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Dancing in a winter wonder-
land... ..
Betsy Barbour will be all dressed
up in silver and blue and gay
Christmas decorations for their
annual semi-formal Christmas
dance, which will be held from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
The living room will be trans-
formed into a sparkling silver and
blue winter wonderland. A huge,
gaily decorated Christmas tree
will spread cheery light.
Don Wyant and his orchestra
will provide the music for the
dance.
An Alpine ski lodge will provide
a haven where couples can relax
and enjoy refreshments between
dances. Beer mugs, skis, and,
topping all, a simulated raftered
roof will complete the scene.
In a turn-about gesture, the
residents of Barbour will give a
carnation to their dates.

>1~ Kappa Alpha Thetas and Sigma
Toyland To Highlight Alpha Epsilons played Santa
T.Claus to some 40 spirited children
Newberry Festivities t a Christmas party held at the
SAE house Tuesday evening.
The magic touch of Santa's Toy- Each couple "adopted" a child,
land will set the scene for New- secured through the Salvation
berr'sanualChritmasfor army, to entertain during - the
berry's annual Christmas formal evening's program, which included
which will be held from 9 p.m. to all the trimmings of a typical
midnight tomorrow. "kiddies" party.
Brightly-dressed tin soldiers will * * *
be peering at the dancing couples DURING the week preceding
who will whirl to the rhythms of the party, the coeds and men
Chuck Kirch and his music men. j reminisced of their childhood days

shops for cap pistols, dolls and
other children's delights at Christ-
mas.
The youngsters' faces beamed
when oil Santa himself (Swede
Lauritson in disguise) appeared
at the party to present the gifts.
Laughs shook the SAE house
when Rudolph the Red-Nosed
Reindeer also appeared on the
scene in a humorous skit put on by
the SAE pledges.
* * *
GATHERED around the fire-
place, later, the children listened

NANCY ROBERTSON
Coed Reveals
Wedding Date
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson
of Farmington, Mich. announce
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter Nancy
to Robert H. Dott, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Dott of Nor-
man, Oklahoma.
Mr. Dott is a graduate student in
the Geology department, and Miss
Robertson is a senior in the same
department.
The date for the wedding has
been set for February 1, 1951.
Rising .Prices
To Influence
Cost ofCandy
As if an impossible German
translation, a 2000 word English
theme or a math blue book are
not enough to frustrate Joe Col-
lege, candy manufacturers have
to worry him further by talk of
shrinking the five-cent candy bar.
"There won't be much of a five-
cent bar left, if at all, unless the
cost of raw materials stops going
up," said Harry Lustig, executive
secretary of the Association of
Manufacturers of Confectionery
and Chocolate. "The candy will
either have to shrink drastically
or go up in price."
"Cocoa has gone up from 400
to 500 per cent, and it is still
rising daily, and so are corn syrup
and sugar," Lustig said. Accord-
ing to Lustig, candy manufactur-
ers have been having a hard time
ever since price controls were
lifted after the war.
The big question is whether to
increase the price or to sell puny
little bars at the usual nickel
price. Some manufacturers have
already increased their wholesale
prices, although this has not yet
affected the consumer, Lustig
said.

Adorning the walls of the New-
berry living room will be painted
sugar plum fairies with yarn eye-
lashes and hair. Mistletoe will also
be placed in all the strategic
places.
To complete the setting in San-
ta's workshop, children's toys will
be placed under a decorated
Christmas tree. The gifts will be
given to children in the hospitals
later.
Carrying out an old tradition,
Barbour and Newberry coeds and
their dates will attend both dances
during the evening.

as they toured all the local toys
Religious Association
To Hold Caroling Party
Christmas caroling at the
Washtenaw County Infirmary is
being sponsored by the Student
Religious Association tonight.
The group will leave Lane Hall
at 7:30 p.m. on b4ses and returnj
later for square dancing with
Wayne Kuhns as caller.
The party, which is supported by
all religious guilds on campus, is
open to everyone

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