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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Lounge To Offer Spot
For Students, Faculty

Union To Hold Annual Christmas Formal;
Clare Shepard To Present Holiday Music

Students and faculty members
will be provided with a place where
they can meet informally over a
cup of coffee when the Student-
Faculty Lounge opens at 8 a.m..
tomorrow in the Ann Arbor Room
in the second floor of the League.
The lounge is being started for
the purpose of offering a place for
informal discussions, small review
sessions and conferences.
IT WILL BE available for any-
one who wants to spend some time
relaxing in an informal atmos-
phere of comfortable lounge chairs
between the hours of 8 a.m. to
noon and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
Hosts and.hostesses will be on
hand every day during these
hours to serve coffee to visitors..
FWAA .Notices
The schedule for the week in the
WAA basketball tournament is as
follows:
Tomorrow at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Xi Delta I vs. Collegiate Sorosis I;
Barbour I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
I; at 7:10 p.m.-Newberry II vs.
Cook II; Stockwell I vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I; at 8 p.m.-
Stockwell VII vs. Jordan III; Bar-
bour III vs. Couzens II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Cook I
vs. Vaughan I; Alpha Delta Pi I
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma II; at
7:10 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta II vs.
Newberry I; Mosher I vs. Chi
Omega I; at 8 p.m.-Mosher III
vs. Stockwell VI; Angell I vs.
Kleinsteuck III.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Hobbs
House I vs. Stockwell IV; Alpha
Epsilon Phi I vs. Delta Gamma II;
at 7:10 p.m.-no games; at 8 p.m.
-Delta Gamma I vs. Prescott I;
Alpha Delta Pi II vs. Stockwell II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Delta Delta I vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma III; Kappa Delta I vs.
Ann Arbor Girls II; at 7:10 p.m.-
Couzens III vs. Jordan IV; Alpha
Phi I vs. Mosher V; at 8 p.m.-
Mosher II vs. Delta Zeta I; Delta
Delta Delta II vs. Gamma Phi Beta
I.
* * *
GOLF CLUB-There will be a
meeting of Golf Club members at
5 p.m. tomorrow in WAB. At this
time the club 'Ensian picture will
be taken, and members have been
asked to bring a wood and to wear
sweaters and skirts.
* * *
RIDING CLUB-Mary Malcolm,
Riding Club manager, has announ-
ced that all meetings of the club
have suspended for the winter
months. A reorganizational meet-
ing will be held in the spring.

Various campus groups will be
scheduled to take over manag-
ing the room each day.
Coffee to be served at the new
lounge will be made available by
a League fund and a kitty, to
which visitors may contribute.
* * *
THE student-faculty lounge will
provide a place to drop in during
the day, but it will also be available
for groups to use for discussions.
To schedule a group of ap-
proximately five or more stu-
dents and professors, reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Miss Vyn at 2-3251.
While the room is reserved it
will still remain open to other
visitors.
* * * ,
AFTER THE lounge has been in
use for several weeks, activities
will be scheduled for certain hours.
Panel discussions, Faculty-
Wives night, bi-weekly student-
faculty coffee hours, movies and
seasonal parties are some of the
things the louge will be used
for later in the semester.
Students interested in working
as hosts and hostesses may sign
up in the League Undergraduate
Office where a list will be posted.
This week men's and women's
honoraries are scheduled to serve
coffee. These groups include Scroll,
Senior Society, Mortarboard, and
Alpha Lambda Delta.°
The men's honoraries that will
be tending the lounge this week
are Druids, Vulcans, Sphinx and
Phi Eta Sigma.
Cook To Sponsor
MessiahSupper
The annual Messiah Supper
sponsored by Martha Cook dormi-
tory, will be held at 5 p.m. today.
The list of guests who will be
honored include Dean and Mrs.
Odegaard, the Messiah soloists,
Deans of the University schools
and their wives, President and Mrs.
Harlan Hatcher, the Board of Re-
gents and the Cook board of di-
rectors.
After dinner coffee and dessert
will be served in the Blue Room,
where a special holiday program
will be presented.
The Cook and Law Grad choirs
will combine their talents and sing
a number of traditional Christmas
hymns under the direction of Sue
Shaffer.
More modern Christmas songs
will be sung by the 'Serfs,' a group
of lawyers.
A solo by Elizabeth Gjilsness and
a Christmas reading by Jan Everett
will conclude the entertainment.
Marlene Fisher is the chairman
of the Supper.

Old St. Nick will reign at the
Union's traditional Christmas for-
mal "Santa's Fantasy," to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in
the Union Ballroom.
Clare Shepard and his band will
render the holiday music for the
evening.
-A HUGH CHRISTMAS tree will
add to the Yuletide spirit of the
dance while recorded Christmas
carols will carry the Christmas
spirit to the door to greet couples
as they arrive.
"Santa's Fantasy" will be this
Senior Petitions
Due Tomorrow
In LeagueOffice
Petitions for Senior Night are
due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Coeds may sign up for inter-
views when they hand in their peti-
tions. Members of the interviewing
and nominating committee will
meet for interviews Tuesday
through Thursday.
There are six positions open on
the central committee of Senior
Night. These include general chair-
man, assistant chairman, patrons,
tickets and publicity, decorations
and programs, and entertainment.
The purpose of Senior Night is
to unite graduating senior women
for their last main activity on cam-
pus. The evening consists of a tra-
ditional march, a banquet in the
League Ballroom, and attendance
of the premier showing of Junior
Girls Play.
Entertainment at the banquet
will be arranged by the entertain-
ment chairman, and in past years
has included excerpts of the grad-
uating class' Frosh Weekend,
Sophomore Cabaret and JGP.
Coed Study Table
The Union Student Offices
will sponsor a Sunday night
coed study table today in the
Union. All students wanting a
quiet place to study are invited
to use the Union facilities.
to use

year's version of the annual
Christmas formal sponsored by
the Union Executive Council. It
will be preceded by a banquet for
the council members.
Taking the spotlight at inter-
mission time, the Novelaires will
feature several popular songs.
THE NOVELAIRES recently ap-
peared on Varsity Night and won
first place with their musical an-
tics in last year's Gulantics con-
test.
Members of the Novelaires in-
clude Bob McGrath, tenor; Dave
Calahan, second tenor; Dick
Frank, baritone and Ara Ber-
gerian, bass.
Although there are only 15 more
shopping days till Christmas, Al
Magnotta, chairman of the dance,
reminds students that there are
only six more days to purchase the
limited number of tickets for the
all-campus Union formal.
* * *
TICKETS for the dance are
$1.50 a couple and may be pur-
chased in advance at the main desk
in the Union lobby.
For some refreshments

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throughout the dance, couples
can sip egg nog in the Terrace
Room which will be lighted by
Twinkling Stars to give the il-
lusion of an outdoor cafe.
All-campus 1:30 permission has
been granted for the dance.
The first Union formal was pre-
sented in 1935 at the beginning
of the school year and traditionally
opened the social calendar. It was
the only all-campus affair of that
time which could be attended re-
gardless of class, school or affil-
iation.
In 1939 the Union Formal was
presented in December as a Christ-
mas formal and has become a
University tradition ever since,
highlighting the holiday season
on campus.
Hillel
The Hillel Supper Club will
not be held today as previously
announced, according to Marc
Jacobson, '55, chairman.
The supper club will meet
next Sunday.

Junior Coeds
To Try Out
For Musical
Tryouts for the annual produc-
tion of the Junior Girls' Play will
be held this week.
Tryouts will be held at the fol-
lowing times: 4 to 6 p.m. and 7
to 10 p.m. tomorrow, 4 to 6 p.m.
Tuesday and 4 to 6 p.m. and 7 to
10 pm. Wednesday.
Rooms will be posted in the
League.
After these preliminary tryouts,
final tryouts will be held next week.
All junior women who were not
able to attend the mass meeting
last Thursday are urged to sign
up for the various JGP committees
in the undergraduate office in
the League.
JGP is a musical comedy writ-
ten, produced and directed by jun-
ior women. All eligible junior coeds
are invited to try out for the pro-
duction.
Speaking parts as well as parts
in the singing and dancing chor-
uses are available for coeds with
talent.

--Daily-Don Campbell
COMEDIANS-This trio was one of the entertainment acts try-
ing out for Gulantics Saturday afternoon. Auditions for the annual
all campus talent show will continue in the League on Dec. 13.
The men, from left to right are, Howard Nemerovski, Jay Mills
and Lee Miller.
INTERNATIONAL DISHES:
Groups To Feature Buffet

COLLEGE SHOP

Only a limited number of tickets
still remain for the International
Buffet which will be held at 5:30
p.m. today at the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
These tickets priced at $1.25 per
person may be purchased at the
dinner.
This is the second consecutive
year this affair is jointly sponsored
by the Student Legislature, Inter-
national Center, and International
Students Association.
Students attending this function
will have a chance to compare for-
eign dishes with their own favor-
ite American standbys.

Ever tasted Sukiyaki? This Jap-
anese dish featured prominently in
a New York Restaurant will com-
prise the main course of the din-
ner.
The Spanish Club promises to
serve a different type of salad
made with roasted green peppers,
avocados and watercress that will
send the guest back for seconds.
Hors d'oevres pleasing to both
the eye and stomach will be added
to the large buffet table by mem-
bers of the French Club.
Sweets, sweets, and more sweets
are on the menu to satisfy any-
one's craving for desserts.

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