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FIDrfAY DECEMBER 7, 1951

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yON THE HOUSEI
By BEA JOHNSON
Lck of snow doesn't seem to dampen holiday spirits as Christmask
formals and parties continue to fill the social calendar this weekend.v
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COUZENS HALL will begin festivities tonight with their annual b
Christmas ball given by the senior class. Ken Norman and his orches- t
tra will provide the music while silver and blue Christmas decorations fi
will maintain sentimental atmosphere.
Kappa Delta will follow through in the holiday spirit with theirf
pledge formal tonight. Couples will dance to the music of Johnnyt
Harbard's band midst seasonal decorations of snow and mistletoe. I
* * * *
PI LAMBDA CHI will present their annual "Winter Formal" at
the VFW Lodge tonight. Paul McDounough and his orchestra will t
play. A dinner will precede the dance.t
Whirling in a "Winter Wonderland" setting of an ice-skating pond1
and snow banks, couples will celebrate the Christmas season at Betsyt
Barbour's annual Christmas formal. Mal Sachs and his orchestra willt
play.F
* * * *
CHEMICALS WILL provide blue and gold coloring at the Alpha
Chi Sigma "Blue and Gold" Ball tomorrow night. Dancers will whirl
under a crepe paper doing to Marty Feldman's music.
White pine trees and a fireside decorated with pine cones and
boughs will set the scene at the Como Catering Club for the Delta
Upsilon Pledge formal. Dolls dressed in DU colors will be presented2
to dates as Jim Servis's music serenades dancers.l
SCROLLS, caricatures of pledges and Harvard red and gold
colors will decorate the VFW hall for the Phi Kappa Tau formal.
Dave Eiteman will be on hand to furnish dance music.
"Night and Day" will be portrayed at the Zeta Psi Pledge formal
with the strains of Art Starr's band providing the atmosphere.
Bob Elliott's band will be featured at the Sigma Phi pledge formal.
Christmas decorations will set the scene.
TWELVE PLEDGES will be honored at Phi Kappa Psi's "Cheaper
by the Dozen" pledge formal. Music will be by Johnny Harberd's
orchestra.
Bill Kline's band will play at Delta Tau Deltas combined pledge
and Christmas formal. A Spanish Christmas will be depicted as Delta
Sigma Phi men and their dates dine and dance to Earl Pearson's band.
THETA DELTA Chis have scheduled an informal dance with
music by the house combo. Pi Lambda Phis have also slated an in-
formal tomorrow night.
A light house beacon will lead the way to Zeta Beta Tau's "Sea
Side Inn". Wharfs, nets and rough and tough striped shirtedwaiters
serving "beer" will add reality to the setting.
A "Shot Gun Wedding and Reception" satire will be presented by
Triangle pledges honoring the four brothers who were married last
summer. A justice of the peace and a six layer cardboard cake will
be on hand for the festivities.
MULTI-COLORED balloons will transform East Quad into a
"Masquerade Ball." The dance will be sponsored by the Hayden,
Cooley, Anderson, and Strauss houses. Entertainment will include
dancing, games, and prizes awarded for the best costumes. Couples
will dance midst decorations of 300 balloons.
West Quad will present the sixth annual "Holly Hop", using "The
Night Before Christmas" as the theme. Bert Djerkiss will provide the
s dance music.
Tomorrow night's record dances will be presented by Delta Sigma
Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Nu.
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THE BETA THETA PI house will decorate with bottles, tin cans,
an old bunk bed and other such exclusive paraphenalia in prepara-
tion for a "Tramp Camp" party. A campfire will add to the "hard
times" atmosphere.
Another pledge formal slated for the weekend activities is Chi
Psi's combination pledge and Christmas dance tomorrow night.
GUESTS WILL start with the bare essentials and clad themselves
in costumes costing one dollar and three cents for Delta Chi's "Dollar
Three" party.
Sunday Alphta Sigma Phi will close the social activities for this
weekend by playing host to Delta Delta Delta women at a social tea.

Students To Journey

To Bowery,

Annual 'Wig and Robe'Dance
To Be Presented by Lawyers

ConeyIsland at Soph Cab Tonight

Many of the familiar and well-
known scenes of New York City
will be depicted at this year's pre-
entation of Sophomore Cabaret to
e held from 8 p.m. to midnight
oday and tomorrow on the second
loor of the League.
Entitled "On the Town," Soph
Cab will take students on a trip
from the Astor Roof through Cen-
tral Park to the Bowery and Coney
Island.
* * *
THE ASTOR Roof, ordinarily
the League Ballroom, will feature
the dance music'bI Ted Smith and
his orchestra. Colored lights ris-
ing from the streets will silhouette
the city's famous skyline. Various
musical instruments will be sus-
pended over the bandstand.
Smith and his orchestra also
played at last year's presenta-
tion.
Couples wishing to dance in a
more informal atmosphere may
visit one of Gotham City's infa-
mous waterfront dives, where Bob
Leopold's combo will play for dan-
cing.
THE WALLS of the dive will be
decorates, with fishnets, an anch-
or, a steering wheel and sea ani-
mals. Refreshments, including or-
ange blossoms and "coke" cordials
will be served here.
Bea Johnson and her hostess
committee, dressed in 's h o r t
skirts and black hose, will be on
hand to serve refreshments and
to welcome guests.
Booths and other games of
chance will constitute the midway
Basketball Club
To Hold Meeting
For Coeds Today
Basketball season is here, and
with it comes the weekly meetings
of the WAA sponsored Basketball
Club, one of which will be held at
4 p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Margaret Saferian, manager of
the coed sport club, stresses that
the organization is open to any
coed interested in playing basket-
ball, regardless of previous experi-
ence.
The club provides a means of
recreation and enables its mem-
bers to gain experience in the
game of basketball.
Meetings of the club are set for
4 to 6 p.m. Fridays at Barbour
Gym. The season lasts during
both indoor periods.
Activities of the club include
practice, inter-club games and
some extramural play.
Concluding the season, is the
Army-Navy game. Members are
divided into two teams, chosenon
the basis of skill and attendance
at meetings.
The Army-Navy game originat-
ed three years ago and is now an
annual event of the Basketball
Club.

"All work and no play makes
Reginald a dull boy" a law student
was heard to quote as he asked a
coed to the Barrister's annual
dance, 'Wig and Robe', to be held.
in the Union ballroom from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tonight.
In order to disprove the theory
that law students prefer study to
the more common weekend activi-
ties the 'Wig andi Robe' dance
started a tradition. The origin
of that tradition follows:
Back in the old days, BLQ, (be-
fore Law Quad), an up and com-
ing law student, Tommy Tortfea-
ser, conferred with a group of his
colleagues at the Orient, the local
tavern.
Tommy, recalling his m a n y
weekends with the books, wrenched
the pencil from his hand in order
to pick up his mug of beer, and
said, "Forty-eight years without
a break is enough."
With this historic background
in mind, the Barristers are prepar-

ing to continue the tradition to-
night in the Union.
Rex Smith and his band will
provide the music for the dancing
couples at the semiformal dance.
The ballroom will be decorated
in the Christmas and winter mo-
tif with balloons festooning the
ceiling.

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Wesley Guild
To HoldDance
Members of Wesley Guild will
present their first annual winter
semiformal. "The Blue Room,"
from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight
in the Social Hall in the Methodist
Church.
Clare Shepard and his orchestra
will supply the music for the
dance.
Decorations on the Blue RooM
motif will remain a secret until
this evening, but Paul Miller,
chairman, has stated that the
background is one of mystery and
mysticism.
Tickets are on sale at $1.25 per
couple.
For those who would like to help
in securing dates for the affair, a
date bureau has been provided.
Noward and Jean Berkman are
heading this service and urge all
interested persons to contact them.
Chairman Miller is also produc-
er of the floor show, which will
be held during intermission.

Petitions-Today is the last day
to petition for Senior Night posi-
tions. Petitions are due in the
Undergraduate Office of t h e
League at 5 p.m.
Union - Michigan Union an-
nounces that the regular Saturday
night dance will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
Union Ballroom. Clare Shepard's
band will play. Tickets are priced
at $1 per couple.

RANDALL'S have the

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most complete selection

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
"TICKETS PLEASE": Sue Spurrier and Clara Jane Frederick
play two of the leads in the Sophomore Cabaret floorshow, "Tick-
ets Please." The show will be presented at 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
tonight and tomorrow in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.

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of the Coney Island Room, where
a carnival atmosphere will pre-
vail.
THE SPIN of the roulette wheel
will be heard in the Casino Room
which will be open to the more
adventurous students. Dice and
other gambling motifs will sur-
round the gamesters.
The committee has empha-
sized: the fact that the program
has been planned to entertain
both couples and those attend-
ing alone.
Tickets are on sale at the League
WAA Notices
Michifish - Members will have
their picture taken for the Ensian
at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Union
Pool.
* * *
Coaches and Officials-Members
will meet from 4 to 6 p.m. today
in Barbour Gym to officiate the
Basketball Club games.
COEDS!!
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To Please You
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and the Business Administration
Building for 75 cents per person.
Tickets will also be sold at the
door today and tomorrow.
All profits from the dance will
be given to the Fresh Air Camp
for the construction of a new bath
house. Last year's proceeds were
given to the Phoenix Project.
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