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Couples To Go
'On the Town'
For Soph Cab
Decorations To Depict
New YorkCity Scene
Sophomore women wishing to
work on decorations for Sopho-
nore Cabaret's "On the Town"
m'ay report from 2 to 5 p.m. and
from 7 to 10:30 p.m. daily to Rm.
3G of the League.
Using New York as a theme, the
decorations will depict many of the
swell-known scenes in the "big
city." Cece Schmier is decorations
chairman for the annual event,
to be held Friday and Saturday,
Dec. 7 and 8 on the second floor
of the League.
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THE BALLROOM, with Sara
Weed in charge, will be trans-
formed into the Astor Roof where
the skyline, silhouetted against
colored lights rising from the
streets, will be viewed by dancers.
Various instruments will be sus-
pended over the bandstand.
Couples may walk from the
ballroom directly into Central
Park, ordinarily the . Concourse,
- complete with benches, trees,
birds, a zoo and the park's
A carnival atmosphere will pre-
vail in the Coney Island Room.
Booths and other games of chance
will decorate the "midway."
FISHNETS, and anchor and a
steering wheel will'hang from the
walls of one of Gotham City's
infamous waterfront dives.
Adventurers attending will be
able to try their luck in the Ca-
sino Room, where dice and other
gambling motifs will surround
Admission will be 75 cents per
An appeal is being made by Soph
Cab officials to students for
sheets to be used for decorating
purposes. All sheets are to be taken
to Rm. 3G of the League.
Record concerts will continue
tonight from 8:30 to 10 p.m. in
the League Library for both
men and women students.
Tuesday evening concerts will
also be open to men beginning
WAA Announces Schedules
For Basketball Tournaments
NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS:
WestQuad To Present Annual 'Hotly Hop'
Basketball season is now in full
swing with the beginning of the
WAA sponsored basketball tourna-
The schedule for the week is as
follows: Monday at 5:10 p.m.--Pi
Beta Rhi I vs. Alpha Chi Omega
II; Kappa Kappa Gamma II vs.
Delta Delta Delta II; at 7:15 p.m.
-Barbour I vs. Jordan II; Mosher
II vs. Newberry I; at 8 p.m.-
Jordan I vs. Stockwell IV; Mosher
I vs. Newberry II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Delta II vs. Sigma Delta Tau I;
Chi Omega III vs. Couzens III;
at 7:15 p.m.-Jordan IV vs. Alpha
Xi Delta III; Barbour II vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta II; at 8 p.m.-vol-
leyball challenge games.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Alpha Chi
Omega I; Delta Gamma II vs.
Hinsdale I; at 7:15 p.m.-Couzens
I vs. Henderson I; Chi Omega I vs.
Stockwell V; at 8, p.m.-Baker-
Gurley I vs. Angell II; Vaughan II
vs. Palmer II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Phi II vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi I;
Alpha Delta Pi II vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta I; at 7:15 p.m.-Angell I
vs. Pi Beta Phi I; Alpha Xi Delta
II vs. Stockwell II; at 8 p.m.-
Martha Cook I vs. Stockwell VI;
Alpha Xi Delta I vs. Vaughan I.
Decorations for the sixth annual
'Holly Hop' to be presented from
8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in West Quadrangle will be based
on the theme, "The Night Before
A street scene with many trees
and houses will give the setting of
the Christmas poem. Santa and his
reindeer, and the boy who "got out
of bed to see what was the matter"
will be shown.
Candy canes and sugar plums
suspended from the ceiling will de-
pict the "visions of sugar plums."
Dancers will be met at the door
by a snowy blast, four carolers,
Santa Claus and an animated
snowman. Going on to the living'
room, couples will see "stockings
hung by the chimney with care"
and more "visions of sugar plums."
Bert DJerkiss and his orchestra
will play for the dancing with
Russel Christopher presenting the
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DEAR SANTA .... Sada Blain tells Santa Claus how much she
would like a date to the Union's traditional Christmas formal,
Santa's Fantasy to be held from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Saturday,
Dec. 15 in the Union Ballroom.
'Jazz Jamboree' To Be Held
In League Ballroom Tonight
Bob Leopold and his "Ann Ar-
bor Alley Cats" will present an
informal evening of music at 8
p.m. tonight in the League Ball-
The "Jamboree in Jazz," which
will feature a variety of types of
Petitions for positions on the
central committee for Senior Ball
will be due at 5 p.m. tomgrrow at
the Senior Board Office on the
second floor of the Student Legis-
Co-chairmen, Pete Hall and
Mark Sandground, have stressed
the fact that these petitions are
open to all members of the senior
class, both men and women. No
special petition forms are neces-
Chairmanships are open on the
band, decorations, programs and
patrons, tickets and building and
Dressed in a racoon-skin coat
and cap, senior class secretary
Joan Beeman interrupted a meet-
ing of fraternity house presidents
last Wednesday to urge all seniors
to apply for one of the available
music ranging from dixieland to
swing is being sponsored by Scroll
honorary society for affiliated sen-
Small tables will be placed about
the League Ballroom with refresh-
ments being sold to add to the in-
formality of the concert. The tra-
dition of the musical "get to-
gether" is one that is now popular
in the East. It will be the first
such "jamboree" to be held on
campus this year.
Don Herman, disc jockey over
station WHRV will offer a com-
mentary on the music as he serves
as Master of Ceremonies for the
Cam Duncan, a local coed will
be featured singing the "blues"
while Bob Shanahan will be fea-
tured on the trombone in the tail-
gate style of New Orleans.
A quartet composed of Tom Leo-
pold, Dick Mottern, Pete Horst and
Bob Leopold will play numbers in
the Benny Goodman style. They
will include such favorites as
"Lazy River" and "Honeysuckle
The audience will be invited to
join in on the choruses of "When
the Saints Come Marching In"
which will spotlight Al Herman on
the drums, while Grant Smith will
be featured in "Down Yonder."
Tickets may be purchased at
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