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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cranberry Ball To Climax Weekend
* * * *
Entertainment,
Festive Scenery
To Add to Gaiety
With memories of Thanksgiving
":ner still fresh in their minds, h"*:
VIaples will continue to celebrate
the holiday spirit at the Union's....... . T
third annual Cranberry Ball to be .::':iii:.: .
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat- .r .- . .:
urday in the Union ballroom. ..
Turkeys and vines of cranberries , c :.T T
are planned as decorations to set ...; :: :r.. TTT
the atmosphere of Thanksgiving .:.
whereas cornstalks and pumpkins
wil lend a reminder of the harvest :s} ;.
season.
A colorful false ceiling is beingi
planned to give the ballroom a"?>
more intimate setting. '.,:r l..

Herman, the Union's $5 prize
turkey who gave his life to the

cause of Cranberry Ball's publicity,
will be immortalized by Union Of-
ficials.
The programs which will be
given to each couple are cut out
in the outline of the old Thanks-
giving bird and will be dedicated
r to Herman's memory.

ON THE HOUSE
By BEA JOHNSON
Turkey stuffed students will waddle their way back for the week-
end stuffed full of social activities.
GAMMA PHI BETA women will start the social whirl on Friday
by presenting a "Hellsapoppin" record dance to entertain Ohio State
sisters that have migrated for the O.S.U.-Michigan football game.
The remainder of the parties are scheduled for Saturday night.
INFORMAL RECORD DANCES with a Thanksgiving atmosphere
are slated to entertain O.S.U. brothers and alumni at Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Omega, Alpha Sigma, Phi, Chi Psi, Delta Sigma Delta,
Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, and
Phi Alpha Kappa fraternities.
Continuing the list of Record dances-Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Sigma Nu, Theta Xi, and Triangle fraternities also have plans to cele-
brate after the football game.
- * * * .
A "BLIND PIG" PARTY is scheduled at the Acacia house.
* * * *
PLEDGES WILL give their eye view of the University of Michi-
gan in the form of a skit at the Alpha Epsilon Pi party. Another skit
is promised by the O.S.U. brothers. Marv Anderson and his orchestra
will provide the dance music.
PAUL MORRIS and the Harmonaires will entertain at the Chi
Phi house while Bob Elliott's band serenades the dancers. Sigma Chis
will "party" to the tune of Bill Kline's band.
* * * *
THE ANNUAL DUMO TROPHY will be awarded to the victor of
the Michigan-O.S.U. Delta Upsilon chapters' football game Saturday
morning. Survivors of the gridiron battle will attend a danceband
shuffle in the evening.
ZETA PSIS and their dates will dance to the strains of Johnny
Harberd's band while Paul McDonough's orchestra will be featured at
the Psi Omega house.
PEOPLE FROM Ohio street and Michigan street will entertain
at the Phi Kappa Tau record dance. Closing out the football season
Alpha Rho Chis will play host to O.S.U. brothers and Delta Chis.
Hugh Jackson's band will set the mood for the celebratoin.
THETA CHI HOUSE will be transformed into a smugglers' "Rum
otunner" as guests don costumes portraying their "supressed desire."
Ted Smith's band will furnish the music and a pledges' skit will be
the feature event at intermission time.
BOB LEOPOLD'S JAZZ and beerless beer mugs will change the
Phi Kappa Psi living room into a "Rathskeller," a german beer hall.
Buckeye trees will set the scene at the Phi Kappa Sigma "Buckeye
Ball."
** * *
MONEY "JUST OFF the press" will be abundant at the Phi Sigma
Kappa "Monte Carlo" party. Possessor of the most "dough" will re-
ceive a prize but there will be dancing for those who squander all of
their money.
SIGMA ALPHA MUS and their dates will dress according to
what they have always wanted to be at a "Surpressed Desire" party.
Decorations will consist of what the average "Sammy" secretly desires.
Guests will also have the opportunity to act out their subconscious
desires.
ACROSS CAMPUS:
Professors Attend Meetings

Wedding Plans
Announcedfor
Several Coeds
Huebshman - Olson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huebshman
of Dearborn have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Margaret, to Ralph E. Olson, son
of Mrs. Ruth Olson of Terre
Haute, Ind.
Miss Huebshman, a senior in
the literary college, is a member
of Alpha Lambda Delta,freshman
women's honorary sorority, Phi
Kappa Phi, national scholastic
honorary sorority, and Women's
Glee Club.
Mr. Olson, a graduate of the
University, is employed with the
Maccabees Life Insurance Com-
pany in Detroit.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
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ALICE LEE PLATT
*S4 , a
Plott - SChwarz

Clare Shepard and his band will
provide the music for the dance.

Tickets for the dance are priced
at $1 per couple and are on sale
at the Union main desk.
Cranberry Ball is becoming a
tradition on the University cam-
pus. It was started three years
ago by the Union in an effort to
4 livenbup the social season before
Christmas.,
Last year's dance featured a
preview of Sophomore Cabaret as
entertainment and another lively
r; intermission program by Univer-
sity students is being planned by
Union officials.
General chairman for the dance
is Art Bublitz. Other members of
the committee include Doi Meikle,
publicity; Bill Hummel, decora-
tions; Hank Masteller, programs
and Art Maczci, entertainment.

-Daily-Bruce Knoll
POOR HERMAN ... Georgia Shambes and Bill Hummel solemnly
dig a grave for Herman, the Union's prize turkey who gave his
life in the interest of publicity for Cranberry Ball which will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
'Little Club' To Offer Group
Activities Tomorrow Night

To relax from the Thanksgiving
holiday and to promote spirit for
Saturday's football game, couples
may attend the "Little Club" to
be open from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in the Michigan Room
of the League.
Couples will dance to the music
of Bob Leopold's combo or just
listen to the melodies at the tables
surrounding the dance floor.
Group singing of favorite col-

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lege songs will be one of the fea-
tures of the intermission program
and will take care of the promo-
tion of football spirit.
Sharing the entertainment spot-
light with the band, which will
play a few novelty numbers during
intermission, will be the comedy
team of Jay Mills and Bernie
Kahn. The team has entertained
at many campus parties.
The club's "bar," set up by
members of the Association of In-
dependent Men, will provide cokes
and potato chips for hungry danc-
ers.
The price of admission will be
$1 per couple for couples patron-
izing the club for the entire eve-
ning and 74 cents for those arriv-
ing after 10:30 p.m.
Since its reopening three weeks
ago, the "Little Club" has attract-
ed favorable campus comment. As
Jack Peirce, LSA, '55, says, "'Lit-
tle Club' is really terrific. It gives
students under 21, and those older
too, a chance to go nightclubbing
on campus and have a great time."
WAA
There will be a meeting of the
WAA Basketball Club from 4
to 6 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour
Gym, Any women interested
may come to play basketball.
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The engagement of Alice Lee
Platt to Heinz H. Schwarz has
been announced by Mr. Irving B.
Platt of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mr. Schwarz is the son of Mr.
William Schwarz of Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, British West Indies.
Miss Platt is a senior in the lit-
erary college.
A senior in the medical school,
Mr. Schwarz is affiliated with Phif
Delta Epsilon, professional frater-
nity.I
The couple is planning to be
married December 23 in New York.
re C len arGR AD
GRADUATE STUDENTS ... The
Graduate Student Council is hold-
ing a mixer Friday evening from
7 to 9 p.m. in the Rackham As-
sembly Hall for graduate students
and their friends.
The evening will be highlighted
with music by Paul McDonough,
and his quartet. Refreshments
will be served.
HOLLY HOP . .. Anyone interest-
ed is invited to participate in the
Holly Hop Poster Contest which
ends Saturday. Prizes are being
given. For additional information
call Fred Swart, 323 Lloyd House,
West Quadrangle, after 7 p.m.
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ...
Hugh Kabot, chairman of the Un-
ion bridge tournaments, has an-
nounced that the second play-offs
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Union Ballroom. The
tournaments are still open to any-
one who wishes to enter.

MARGUERITE MERRILL
* * *
Merrill - Irwin
Dr. and Mrs. E. Forrest Merrill
of Rochester, N.Y. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Marguerite, to Hampton
W. Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hampton H. Irwin of Detroit.
A member of Delta Zeta soror-
ity, Miss Merrill is a junior in the
literary college.
Mr. Irwin, a freshman in the
medical school, is affiliated with
Trigon fraternity.
No date has been set for the
wedding.

KATHRYN RADOVAN
Radovan - Trim
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Kathryn Radovan
to Richard E. Trim has been an-
nounced by Mr. Archie Radovan
of Monroe.
Mr. Trim is the son of Mr. Elmer
Trim of Milan.
Miss Radovan, a senior in the
literary college, is a night editor
on the women's page of The Daily.
Mr. Trim is also a senior in the
literary- college.
The couple will be married Feb-
ruary 2 and will reside in Ann Ar-
bor next semester.
Jablow - Hershman
The engagement of Dorothy
Jablow to James D. Hershman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Hershman of Hamden, Conn., has
been announced by her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. David Jablow
of New York City.
Miss Jablow is a student in the
Tyler Institute of the Art of Tem-
ple University, Philadelphia, Penn.
She also attended the Friends
Central High School in Philadel-
phia.
Mr. Hershman attended Ham-
den Hall Country Day School, Mil-
ford Preparatory School and the
University of Michigan. At pres-
ent he is a student at New York
University.

EXTENSION SERVICE ... Mi-
chael Church, a supervisor of the
University Extension Service cen-
ter at Saginaw, has been elected
a member of the Board of Trustees
of the Michigan Historical Society.
The election for a three year
term took place at the society's,
77th annual meeting in Detroit.
EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE
. . . Willard C. Olson, professor of
education, professor of psychology,
and director of research in child
development in the University Ele-
mentary School spoke on "The De-
velopment of Healthy Personality
in Child and Youth" at the six-
teenth Educational Conference.
The meeting was held at the
Roosevelt Hotel in New YorktCity.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ...
Ralph C. Wenrich, professor of vo-
cational education and chairman
of the vocational education de-
partment at the University, spoke
on "Vocational Education in the
Years Ahead" at a luncheon meet-
ing of the Vocational Educational
Group at the Iowa State Educa-
tional Association.
The meeting was held at Hotel
Savery in Des Moinse, Iowa.
NEUROLOGICAL SURGEONS
. . . At the first session of the
Congress of Neurological Surgeons,
held November 15 through 17 in
Memphis, Dr. B. K. Bagchi, assist-
ant professor and chief of the

electroencephalographic I a b o r a-
tory of the Neuropsychiatric Insti-
tute, delivered a principal address.
Professor Bagchi spoke on "The
Electroencephalographic Localiza-
tion of Brain Tumors" at the No-
vember 15 session.

AFTER-THANKSGIVING
Greatest Values of the Season

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SALE

Outstanding reductions on beautiful, fall fashions-suits, dresses,
blouses and skirts. To put on right now, live in all winter.

REDUCE
SELECTED GROUP OF
SUITS
Were 29.95 to 59.95
Sizes 10 to 42
Menswear Wool - Gabardines
and Tweeds

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DRESSES
Casual - Afternoon and festive occasion
styles. Junior - Misses and half sizes.
Crepes, taffeta, wools, jerseys, corduroys
and gabardines. Formerly 14.95 to $35.

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AFTER-THANKSGIVING
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Every Coat in our stock.
Reduced for quick selling.
FLEECE-BROADCLOTH-GABARDINE
Short or Full Length
Fitted-Box and Zip-In
Formerly $27.95 to $130.00
Sae Pie t
le PriCe $21.00 to $90.00
Sizes -8to 18
SUATS
Tweeds-Checks-Plaids-Solids
100% Wool or Gabardine. .. Sizes 7-15, 8-18
Formerly $45.00 to $65.00
Sale Price $32.00 to $45.00
* DRESSES
3 Groups: Crepes-Velvets-Gabardines
$5.00 -$9.00 --$14-00
Buy them for now and Holiday or X-mas Gifts
Values to $29.95 ... Sizes 9-15, 10-18
1 *100% WOOL
SKIRTS $4.79
Checks, Plaids, Solid Gabardines and Corduroy
Every Skirt a Bargain

100% wool
grey flannel
gabardine
sha rkskin
patterned
checks

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Dresses
rayon crepes -- failles
rayon worsted checks
and plaids - gabardines -
taffetas - corduroys
sizes 7-15, 10-44,
12/ to 241/2
SKIRTS -
Group of wool plaids,
tweeds and jerseys
BLOUSES -
Group of wool jerseys
7,00,
Orig. to 10.95
Group of Rayon Crepe
BLOUSES
Group of Corduroy and
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700
1000
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orig. to 29.95

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Were 9.95 - NOW $6
Were 10.95-- NOW $7

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Selected groups of red or pink wool snug-
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keeps lips creamy, lustrous
and appealing. Nine
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Group of better
fine pinwale
CORDUROY SKIRTS
Group of wool jersey
BLOUSES
Group of Better HATS
5.00
Orig. to 10.95

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