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PAGE EIGHT

TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1951

ANN OWENS
Something so obviously diflerent
in Christmas giving.
Spanish Dolls
And very Spanish indeed . .. we
mean her hairdo . . . earrings..
the castanets . , . and bewitchingK
costume (and each one is different.)
Don't fail to see them. They are
priced from $8 to $25.
500 East Liberty
Phone 3-8781>

Family Gift
!Ideas Given
; ?By BARBARA SKLAR
Christmas is almost here and!
so is the problem of what to give
members of the family.
A good idea forkMother, who
can never find her key, is a gold-
plated key ring that won't get
lost in her purse. It has a small
s bell attached to it.
. For Dad, a bathrobe would bej
useful-one that is especially nice
in case company drops in while he
is .watching television.
sAny brother in the family
would go for a cable-stitched
sleeveless cashmere sweater with
M socks to match. A tennis racket
or some golf clubs would surely be
appreciated
As for the coed, something that
will lessen her laundry troubles
is a new soft shampoo that treats
everything from cashmeres to'doe-
SM skin gloves.

WAA Notices
Coaches and Officials-Members
of the basketball section of the
WAA Club will meet at 5:10 p.m.
tomorrow in Barbour Gym in or-
der to watch officiating of intra-
mural games.
Bowling-The manager requests
that all members pay their $3.50
dues by Dec. 11 and bowl at least
10 games by Dec. 13. Make-up
games may be arranged with the
manager.

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Basketball-The schedule for
the week is as follows: Monday at ,
5:10 p.m.-Couzens II vs. Cheever
I; Alpha Chi Omega II vs. Delta
Delta Delta I; at 7:15 p.m.-Jor- F ALLEN ANGELS-
dan III vs. Stockwell III; Palmer pink Christmas orn
II vs. Vaughan II; at 8:04 p.m.- Moderne" are, fror
Jordan I vs. Stockwell IV. Jarinin Roach, Billa
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Phi
I vs. Kleinstuck I; Sigma Delta
Tau I vs. Couzens III; at 7:15 p.m. IO "hcking
-Vaughan IV vs. Kleinstuck II;
Jordan IV vs. Alpha Gamma Delta IernI e
II;at 8:00 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta
III vs. Barbour II; Baker-Gurley I
vs. Angell II. From 8:30 to midn

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-Having a bit of trouble getting the shocking
aments up for their first semi-formal, "Noel
mm bottom to top, South Quad residents L.
Land and Joe Moffatt.
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Pink Motif To Lend
4ir to South Quad.

Union Dance,
Will Feature
Santa Theme
"Jolly, Santa Claus" is planning
his big dance, "Santa's Fantasy,"
to be held at the Union from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
Union ballroom.
Couples attending the dance
will follow St. Nick's course over
rooftops and down chimneys as
they proceed from the Union en-
trance to the dance floor.
On the outside of the Union a
canopy will be lit up with a sign
extending greetings to everyone
attending Santa's Fantasy from
the merry Christmas fellow him-
self.
The stairs leading to the second
floor of the Union will be decorat-
ed with greenery and silhouettes
of Santa and his reindeer on their
trip to deliver presents.
At the top of the stairway cou-
ples will be greeted with the notes
of "Jingle Bells" and paintings of
English Christmas carolers.
An eight foot, three dimensional
Santa will keep watch over the
dance from behind the bandstand
where Clare Shepard's band will
be playing music for couple's danc-
ing pleasure.
In the Terrace Room, twinkling
stars will give the illusion of an
outdoor seeting where couples can
relax at tables with the Union's
egg nog which will be on sale
throughout the evening.
. Sprigs of mistletoe, red ribbons,
and a portrait of St. Nick will
adorn the programs which will be
given to each coed attending the
dance.
Carl Honecke will provide a
photography booth and a roving
photographer throughout the eve-
ning.
Tickets for the dance are priced
at $1.50 per couple and can be
purchased at the Union main desk
from 7 a.m. to 12 midnight any day
or from Union staff and council
men.

Christmas Slippers
to please a beautiful
Christmas "Eve"

night Satur-

day, South Quad will be the
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.--Kappa scene of Christmas festivities
Kappa Gamma I vs. Gamma Phi amid a modern color setting of
Beta I; Hinsdale I vs. Alpha Omi- shocking pink.
cron Pi I; at 7:15 p.m.-Chi Ome- Featured in the modern decora-
ga I vs. Stockwell V; Alpha Gam- tions for the semi-formal, "Noel
ma Delta I vs. Cook II. 't
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Give slippers like these. Above: Topps reversed lambskin moc-
casins in brown with blue or beige. 7.95. Below: Joyce scuffs
of black or navy capeskin, soft comfort for her busy feet. 4.95.
Both Christmas trimmings for real leisure.

' ursaa at o:ju p.m.--Alpha
Omicron Pi II vs. Jordan II; Alpha
Delta Pi I vs. Alpha Epsilon Pi I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta I
vs. Stockwell II; Cook I vs.
Vaughan III; at 8:00 p.m.--Kappa
Alpha Theta II vs. Alpha Phi II.

KeCord uance
Union will hold its regular
informal record dance from 8
to 10:30 p.m. tonight in the
terrace room of the Union. Ad-
mission is free.

Moderne" will be six-foot angels
and sprayed Christmas trees with
shocking pink ornaments.
Greeting the couples as they ar-
rive in the lobby of the Quad will
be two attendents who will present
coeds the corsage favors of pine
sprigs, cones and pink and silver
ornaments hanging from another
large Christmas tree..
Music for the dance will be fur-
nished by the orchestra of Don
Bari, well known to many Detroit
prom-goers.
A trio from the orchestra will
entertain the couples who will ad-
journ to the Quad's Club 600 for
entertainment at midnight.
Highlighting the "600" enter-
tainment wil be Hal Singer, a
pianist featured on WPAG radio
station. Also on the program will
be a Hawaiian instrumental group.
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'Chivalry' To Prevail at Jordan

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Couples will dance on the ter-
race of a medieval castle from 9
p.m. to midnight, Friday, Dec. 14
at the Jordan Hall Christmas for-
mal.
The theme carried out in both
the lounge and the Radio Room
will be an "Enchanted Knight."
The lounge wil be transformed in-
to the dusky star topped terrace
with an old castle from the days
of Chivalry in the background.
Jim Servica's seven piece or-
chestra wil provide smooth dance
music for the evening.
After leaving the terrace dance

fldor, couples will be served re-
freshments in a "castle." Shields
and swords will cover the walls of
the Radio Room. A Christmas tree
and a Yule log in the fireplace
will add Christmas atmosphere.
The Jordan women in charge of
committees for the "Enchanted
Knight" are as follows: "decora-
tions, Nat Melnechuck; publicity,
Fran Leffler; tickets, Barbara
Ray; programs and patrons, Gloria
Friedland; refreshments, Betty
Ehlers and Carolyn MacVean;
clean-up, Jo Spencer.

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