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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Two All-Campus
Barristers To Present
Annual'Wig and Robe'

Dances

To

Highlight Social

Events on Saturday

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WILLING WOMEN WORKERS.

Senior Honorary

Societies

To Sponsor

Lloyd Memorial Project, Magazine Sale

The Barristers Society will spon-
sor its annual all campus formal
dance, "Wig and Robe," from 9
p.m, to 1 p.m. Saturday in the
League Ballroom.
Rex Smith and his band who
played at the Law dance last year
will be on hand again to furnish
the music.
* *
INTERMISSION entertainment
is planned which will feature the

Reserve

Tickets

For Annual J-Hop
To Be Purchased
Reservations may be made this
week in the Administration Build-
ing for the 1700atickets which will
be sold for the annual J-Hop.
The schedule for registration is
as follows: tomorrow, junior stu-
dents; Thursday, senior and grad-
uate students and Friday, fresh-
men and sophomores.
Juniors may also make reserva-
tions on Thursday and Friday of
this week, while seniors and grads
may still reserve tickets on Fri-
day.
All those intending to attend
J-Hop this year must make res-
ervations due to the fact that this
is the first time the number of
tickets will be-limited.
Previously the dance was held
on two nights, but this year J-Hop
is scheduled, for only one night.
F'or, this reason the committee be-
lieved it was necessary to limit
the number attending the annual
dance.
Students must register in per-
son for their tickets, or those re-
serving tickets for others in a
block must have their signatures.

"Psurfs," law club singing group.
The official title of the singers is
the Ann Arbor Surf-board-riding
and mountain climbing Society.
For economical reasons the
men prefer to go by the abbre-
viated title.
Christmas decorations will pre-
vail at the law society's annual
Yuletide dance, and rumor has it
that Christmas trees will be in
abundance.
* * *
TICKETS for the dance are
priced at $2.75 per couple if pur-
chased before the dancehand $3
per couple if bought at the door.
Tickets are on sale this week at
Hutchens Hall.
The Barristers Society, estab-
4lished in 1904, is the oldest sen-
ior honorary in Law School.
Members meet approximately
every two weeks
* * *
ACCORDING to tradition, all
members at the, meetings must
wear black string ties, which are
the symbol of the organization and
are worn the night of initiation
ceremonies.
Tapping ceremonies are held
by the members twice a year,
when actives parade through
the law quad and law library
dressed in wigs and robes se-
lecting their new members.
Profits from the two annual
dances sponsored by the Barris-
ters-Wig and Robe and Crease
Ball-go toward furnishing schol-
arships to the law school.
Crease Ball is held every spring
at which time the traditional rival-
ry between the Lawyers and En-
gineers is climaxed. It is at this -
time that law students try to find
where the engineers eight-foot
slide rule has been hidden so that
it can be displayed at the dance.

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.Mortarboard -*-*-
Carrying on with a project be-
gun two years ago, members of
Mortarboard, national honorary
for senior women, plan to complete
the "living memorial" to Dean
Alice C. Lloyd.
This memorial is in the form of
a drama collection which is housed
in the League Library. It is intend-
ed to be used as a source of en-
tertainment and relaxation for all
women on campus and is actually
their project, merely being spon-
sored by Mortarboard.
Because of Dean Lloyd's intense
interest in drama and literature,
the project decided upon in her
honor was the drama collection.
Books for the collection were,
purchased this summer by the
committee, who spent $198 on
books at the time. However much
more is needed to continue toward
the goal, stated Grace Fink, a
committee member.
Mortarboard is now asking all
women's groups on campus to con-
tribute to the project through the
drive to begin on Dec. 10 and cul-
minate on Dec. 17.
Old books may be contributed to
the collection but it is preferred
that the groups or individuals will
give money. If this is done there
will be no danger of duplication of
selections.
Each house or group has been
left by the central committee of
Mortarboard to organize the drive
as best fits their time and plans.

Women will visit each housing
group on Wed., Dec. 17 to collect'
the money or books which have
been gathered.
* * *
Scroll . ..
Scroll, honorary society for af-
filiated senior women, is sponsor-
ing a sale of subscriptions to the
Michigan Alumnus, a publication
put out by the Alumni Association
of the University.
The project is part of the
Scroll's fund raising drive to se-
cure money for their scholarship
fund.
The magazine is being sold at
a special rate to all graduating
seniors. A full year's subscription
is being offered at $2 and seniors

may continue to subscribe at this
reduced rate for four years after
graduation.
The price of the magazine for
housing groups, alumni, parents
and other interested persons is $4
per year.
Those desiring to subscribe or
inquire further about the sales
may call Nancy Brewer at 2-5618
or Berta Houston at 3-5901 who
are chairmen of the project.
JGP
JGP tryouts for the play cast
will be held from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. today and from 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
All interested junior women are
urged to try out.

-Daily-Alan Reid
UNION FORMAL-Members of the Union Executive Council, are pictured above practicing Christ-
mas carols in front of the Main Library to get into the spirit for "Santa's Fantasy," the all-cam-
pus Union Christmas formal. The dance will be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
Union Ballroom. Tickets are $1.50 per couple and may be purchased in advance in the Union lobby.
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Union Schedules 'Santa'

's Fantasy'

W STUDENTS,... Shop Every Evening Until 9 P.M.
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0 Our Christmas selection is complete
* Complete offerings in gifts, wrappings,
corsages, greeting cards and personal items.
* Small deposit will hold any item.
"Home of the Official Michigan Ring"
1321 S. University BOB CARLSON
Ann Arbor, Mich. Owner-Manager

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"Santa's Fantasy;" the tradi-
tional Christmas formal presented
by the Executive Council of the
Union, will be presented from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.
In keeping with the holiday spir-
it, the ballroom will be decorated
to capture the holiday spirit, fully
equipped with evergreen trees and
a Santa Claus.
* * *
COUPLES attending the all-
campus dance will don formal at-
tire but men may wear dark suits
for the occasion.
Each member of the Union
Executive Council is in charge
of a committee for the planning
of the dance. Al Magnotta is
General Chairman.
Taking the spotlight at inter-
mission time, the Novelaires will
feature several popular songs.
TICKETS FOR the dance are
$1.50 a couple and may be pur-
chased in advance at the main
desk in the Union lobby.
The history of this tradition-
al Union Christmas formal
dates back to 1939 when the
Union sponsoredthe "Jingle
Ball."
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THE CHRISTMAS ball in 1940
was highlighted by entertainment
from dancers at the "Club Wol-
verine," the name given to the
dance. A ten foot Santa Claus kept
a watchful eye over all the night
clubbing students.
Not one but two large Santas
presided over the 1941 dance.
To add to the suspense, the dec-
orations were kept secret until
the couples arrived at the ball.
In 1942, half of the admission
price was in the form of War Sav-
ings Stamps which were made up
into corsages and presented to the
coeds attending the dance.

THE ENTIRE proceeds of the
Christmas formal in 1943 were do-
nated to the Bomber Scholarship
Fund, established to help men and
women in the armed forces to re-
turn to the University and com-
plete their education 4fter the war.
An introduction of a new
song written by a University
student entitled "Too Late"
sparked the yuletide dance in
1944.
The University celebrated
"Peace on Earth" at the Christmas
formal in 1945. This was the first
all-out campus dance held fol-
lowing the war.
THE INCREASED enrollment in
1946 caused the dance to run for
two nights for the first time in
Union history. That year the dance
was planned around the theme of
Michigan traditions.
Jack and the Beanstalk in-
vaded the Union 'in 1948 in the
form of a grotesque giant which
stood watch throughout the eve-
ning behind the bandstand.

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Jack's eyes were lighted up to
indicate his merriment at seeing
such a gala sight. Beanstalks were
placed so that they came creeping
up the stairway into the ballroom.
* * *
HUGE Christmas trees, a large
artificial fireplace and recorded
Christmas carols added to the hol-
iday spirit at "Santa's Fantasy"
two years ago. An outside display
of Santa arriving at the ballroom
was set up in front of the Union.
This year Glare Shepard and his
orchestra will be on hand to sera-
nade dancers with popular tunes
as well as old time Christmas car-
ols.
All-campus 1:30 permission has
been granted for the dance.
Students, Faculty
Gather in Lounge
Grand opening of the new stu-
dent-faculty lounge took place
yesterday in the Ann Arbor Room
on the second floor of the League.
The lounge will be open every
Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m.
Students and faculty members
are now provided with a room with
comfortable chairs and a place to
relax over a cup of coffee.
It will also be used for informal
discussion groups, small Ireview
sessions and conferences.
Each week various campus or-
ganizations will be in charge of
having hosts and hostesses on
hand to serve the coffee.
Besides providing a place to
drop in during the day, the room
may be reserved for small groups
of over five persons. For reserva-
tions groups may call Miss Vyn in
the League.
Students interested in working
as hosts and hostesses may sign
up in the League Undergraduate
Office where a list will be posted.

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AGLOW with CHRISTMAS

BRIDGE NIGHT - Both social
and duplicate bridge will be fea-
tured at the weekly bridge night
from 8 to 10 p.m. tomorrow night
at the Union. Everyone is wel-
come.
* * *
LEAGUE OF VOTERS-An open
meeting of the campus League of
Women Voters will take place
from 7:30 to 9 p.m. tonight at the
home of Mrs. Sumner Myers, 904
South Forest. Mrs. Clyde Coombs
will lead a discussion on children's
services in the state of Michigan.
ASSEMBLY, BALL PETITIONS
-Deadline for Assembly Ball pe-
titions is 5 p.m. Monday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
The central committee decides
the theme of the dance and does
the planning and coordination of
decorations, programs and other
committees. There are nine posi-
tions to be filled and any inde-
pendent coed living in ,a dormi-
tory, league house, co-operative
house or private home may peti-
tion. The list includes general
chairman, finance chairman, dec-
orations chairman, assistant dec-
orations chairman, and tickets,
patrons, programs, publicity and
assistant publicity chairmanships.
* * *
SKI CLUB-Color slides of As-
pen, Colorado and the movie, "Ski
Holiday" will be featured at the
meeting of the Ullr Ski Club at
7:30 p.m. tonight in Rms. 3Mand
3N of the Union.
Membership in the organization
is open both to skiers and to stu-
dents who wish to learn how to
ski. Dues are $2 per year. During
the year the group plans meetings
every Wednesday night at the
Union with movies, slides and
guest speakers. The club also plans
trips which will take place on
weekends, between semesters and
during Christmas and Spring va-
cations.

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November 9, 1952
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