WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Annual Sweater Hop
Planned for Saturday
Prize Awaits Most Original Couple at Dance;
Clare Shepard's Orchestra To Be Featured
With blizzard time drawing near
the Union social committee has
slated the annual Sweater Hop
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the Union Ballroom so that
students may display their fin-
est and warmest knits at the pre-
Sweaters of any variety from
baggy, beat-up Army cast-offs and
decorative ski sweaters to fancy
beaded formal ones will be the
wearing apparel for the evening.
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COEDS, skillful with knitting
and pearling, still have time be-
fore the dance to whip up an orig-
inal woolen creation and perhaps
make one for their dates too.
As part of the intermission
program a prize will be offered
by a local merchant to the con-
ple showing the best originality
in their sweater attire. Either
similarity or contrast of dress
will be appropriate.
Featured on the half-time pro-
gram will be Diane Mowrey, '55,
in her presentation of the hula
HATCHER TEA-The second of
the bi-monthly Hatcher teas will
take place from 4 to 6 p.m. to-
day at the president's home.
The informal tea will honor Al-
pha Delta Pi, Sigma Nu, Green
House in East Quad, and Palmer
House in Alice Lloyd domitory. All
students are invited to attend.
bers of the Reciprocity Board and
all non affiliated PEO's will meet
at 8 .pm. tomorrow at the home of
Mrs. John Enns, 2780 Heather-
way. Those desiring transporta-
tion call 30829.
* * *
ton Club members will meet from
7 to 9 p.m. today in Waterman
Gym. Both men and women are
invited to join the club, which is
sponsored by the Women's Ath-
BOARD OF REPS-There will
be a meeting for all members of
the Board of Representatives at 4
p.m. today in the League instead
ofy the usual 4:30 p.m, starting
MICHIGAN DAMES - The
Swimming Group of the Michigan
Chapter of the University Dames
will meet at 7 p.m. today at the
JUNIOR PANHEL -There will
be a Junior Panhel meeting at 5
p.m. today in the League. The
room number will be posted on the
schedule at the main desk in the
COED TRANSFERS-All affili-
ated transfer women whose so-
rority is not active on the Uni-
versity campus are requested by
f Panhel to contact Bev Arble at
22539or leave their name in the
Panhel box at the League before
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BRIDGE NIGHT - The weekly
Union-League "sponsored bridge
night will be held at 7:30 tonight
in the Union.
The room number will be desig-
nated on the bulletin board on the
first floor of the Union.
MISS MOWREY, formerly of
Hawaii, has had the opportunity
to learn the specialty dance from
native Hawaiians. She will don a
grass skirt to make her interpre-
This will be Miss Mowery's
first appearance on this campus
as an entertainer.
Decorations will be based along
the theme of woolen wear and will
include such items as knitting
needles, shanks of brightly colored
yarn, bobbins and imaginative
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CLARE SHEPARD and his band
will give forth with some "hot"
music in keeping with the dance's
theme. A large cut-out of a
sweater will form the backdrop
for the band.
Also included on the dance
music program will be such pop-
ular hits as "Wish You Were
Here," "Somewhere Along The
Way" and "Blue Moon" for the
couples' dancing pleasure.
Tickets for the dance are priced
at $1 per couple and may be pur-
chased either before the dance or
on Saturday at the main desk in
the Union lobby.
Art Bublits, councilman in
charge of the Sweater Hop, urges
all students who are unable to fol-
low the team to Ohio State to at-
tend the dance to celebrate the
As usual a variety of refresh-
ments will be on tap in the Union
Tap Room in the basement to pro-
vide couples with favorite dishes
throughout the dance time.
This week's student-faculty cof-
fee hour will be with the psychol-
ogy department and will be held
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Terrace Room of the Union.
All students are invited to at-
tend. The coffee hour gives stu-
dents a bi-weekly opportunity to
promote friendlier student-facul-
"Students can show their in-
terest by coming-not just talk-
ing and complaining about facul-
ty relations," explains Mary Hel-
deman,hwho is chairman of the
Two weeks ago the history de-
partment was honored.
Club To Slate
At Newman Gathering
As a welcome relief after a week
of study and bluebooks. the New-
man Club is planning a talent
show for 8:30 p.m. Friday in the
The feature of the evening's en-
tertainment will be the "Nove-
laires." This well-known quartet.
composed of Bob McGrath, Dave
Calahan, Dick Frank, and Ara
Bergerian, has appeared in sev-
eral campus programs, including
Varsity Night and the Michigan-
Cornell Glee Club Concert."
The rest of the talent will be
provided by club members. Among
the acts scheduled is a dance rou-
tine by Jack Lawyer, '55E.
Arthur Rogers, '54, Harvey
Dean, '53L, Dave Socha, '53, James
Laidlaw, '53D, Irving Fieber, '53D,
Pat Reilly, '54E, Ronald Humph-
rey, Grad., and Anthony Steimle,
'53E, are carefully guarding de-
tails of their novelty act, which
is to be the surprise event of the
Nora Granito, '55, and her trio
will present vocal variety, as will
soloist Doris O'Driscoll, '55Mu.
Also included in the program is a
Emcee Jack Gilbert, '54E, has
promised a program varied enough
to suit every taste, whether high
or low brow. The entertainment
is a special feature and not one
of the weekly parties sponsored
by the club.
Records for dancing will be on
the turntable before and after the
Refreshments will be on hand
for all guests.
All Newman Club members and
their friends are invited to at-
tend. There is no charge.
ISA To Give Monte Carlo
At Rackham Bldg. Friday
To gamble or not to gamble-
this question has bothered the ma -
jority of studentsbat one time or
another in their lives.
On many of these occasions in-
dividuals with the gambling urge
held back from the practice be-
cause of limited finances.
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HOWEVER, this need not be
the procedure at 8 p.m. this Fri-s
day evening when the Interna-
tional Student Association spon-
sors their annual Monte Carlo
Ball at the Rackham Hall.
Here students may feel the
general atmosphere of a gam-
bling casino and enjoy the
thrills of gambling without los-
ing any money from their wal-
At the door the ISA will start
everyone's evening off successfully
by furnishing all partygoers with
a large sum of cash, of the coun-
WHETHER the evening will end
as successfully financially is en-
tirely up to the luck and "skill" of
Chants of "place your bets"
will echo through the room as
operators prepare to whirl two
large roulette wheels. Two oth-
er gambling games, "jack pot"
and "21" will also be featured.
As in past years, the lucky play-
ers who win the most money will
receive a special prize.
There will be a Fortnight
Central Committee meeting at
4 p.m. today in the League. The
room number will be posted.
DANCE PREPARATIONS - Donna Winsted, '56, and Marke Northwood, '56N, are helping a young
University enthusiast to don a sweater. They want to be sure that he will be ready to go to the
Sweater Hop .from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in the Union Ballroom. The annual dance is spon-
sored by the Union social committee.
Kleinstueck, Scott House Sponsor Dance;
KelseyHouse Schedules Annual Formal
November Nocturn . .
-Kleinstueck House and Scott
House, brother and sister dormi-
tories, are planning a vacation
send-off party from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Friday in Alice Lloyd Hall.
The dance was formerly called
"November Nocturn" and was pre-
sented by Kleinstueck, but this
year the two dorms are co-spon-
soring the event. Members of the
two houses and their guests are
Paul McDonough and his com-
bo will be on hand to provide the
music. He has played at several
events on campus recently, in-
cluding I-Hop and Panhel Ball.
The five-man combo specializes
in requests, including popular hit
tunes, Latin American numbers,
Dixieland and waltzes.
Music for the combo is arranged
by McDonough, who composedthe
1952 Union Opera song "Can't
Imagine" and has also been work-
ing on the score of this year's
Intermission entertainment will
be provided by Mark Ferrelli, a
Scott House man, playing the ac-
cordion. Ferrelli, who is from West
Virginia, will entertain couples at-
tending the dance with popular
numbers as well as western hits
and hillbilly tunes.
General chairman for the dance
is Dan Peterson. Members of the
committee are Joyce Lane and
John Sheperd, publicity and Mar-
ilyn Stelt, social chairman of
Kelsey Formal ...
Transforming the Van Tyne
Dining Room into a Parisan Cafe,
the men of Kelsey House will hold
their annual fall formal from 8
p.m. to midnight Saturday.
The Kelsey Kafe will feature
French Menus as programs, deco-
rations of the sidewalk cafe mo-
tif and the music of Paul McDon-
While the orchestra takes its
break, students attending the
dance will have a special oppor-
tunity to see a sneak preview of
this year's Union Opera "No
Also on tap to entertain the
guests, the Kelsey Quartette will
give their own renditions of fa-
vorite barbarshop tunes.
This dance is open to all res-
idents of Kelsey House and Kel-
sey House alumni. They may pur-
chase their tickets priced at $2.50
per couple anytime this week.
Art Rooks has been appointed
general chairman for the formal.
He will be assisted by Don Rock,
Publicity Chairman; Joe Vinneri,
refreshments chairman and Tom
Bleah, entertainment chairman.
HOWEVER, gambling will not
program. For those who wish to
dance, Jim Alden's Quartette will
be on hand to play popular dance
There will also be a floorshow
of foreign songs and dances
performed by various members
of the French, Spanish, Rus-
sian, and German Clubs.
The French Riviera look will
also prevail at the party by the
appearance of cigarette girls who
will mingle among the guests.
Tickets for the Monte Carlo
Ball. priced at 75 cents a person
or $1.25 per couple, may be pur-
chased at the International Cen-
ter or from members of the
French, Russian, German Span-
ish, and Arabian Club.
Friday evening ticket sales will
also be held at the Rackham
An initiation ceremony for Del-
ta Sigma Theta pledges was held
in the League Chapel Saturday
After the ceremony - members
of Nu chapter gave a luncheon in
the Golden Apples room for the
new initiates and other guests.
The initiates Loretta Brown,
Shirley Browne and Alfreda Dus-
ter attended a Delta party in De-
troit the same evening given In
Also present were Wayne Uni-
versity members of Delta Sigma
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