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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIV

PAGE FIVE

Union, Barristers To Hold Dances.

* * * *

Yuletide Balls
To Be Slated
For Saturday
Wig and Robe.-
The legend of "Wig and Robe"
will again come to life at the Bar-
risters' all campus formal dance
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in
the League Ballroom.
The dance is an all campus af-
fair and tickets may be purchased
for $2.75 from 9 a.m. to noon or 1
to 3 p.m. at Hutchins Hall or from
any Barrister. If bought at the
door, the charge will be $3.
Rex Smith and his band will
again be on tap to greet all danc-
ing couples.
It seems that back in the days
before the blue laws, a promising
law student, Tommy Tortfeasor,
met with a group of his fellows at
the Orient, the local tavern.
Meditating over his mug of beer,
Tommy decided that 49 years
without a break was enough.
Today, 49 years after this his-
toric meeting the modern counter-
part of these founding fathers
have come to be called the Bar-
risters Society. Wig and Robe is
a descendant of their first dance.
With this background in mind,
the Barristers are preparing to
continue the tradition Saturday
night In the League.
The Christmas theme will be
brought out by Christmas trees in
the raw centered around a deco-
rated one, while the figure of a
Chancellor, the traditional sym-
bol of the Barristers Society which
has been passed down from one
class to another, will reign over
the whole affair.
Santa's Fantasy ...
Santa and all his reindeer will
be on hand at the Union's tradi-
tional Christmas formal, "Santa's
Fantasy," from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Sponsored by the Union Execu-
tive Council, the all-campus for-
mal will present a holiday atmos-
phere for dancing couples.
In keeping with Christmas tra-
ditions, the. Union ballroom will
be decorated to capture the holi-
day spirit, fully equipped with ev-
ergreen trees and a Santa Claus.
Adding to the Yuletide spirit
of the dance, Christmas carols
will carry the Christmas spirit to
the door to greet couples as they
arrive.
Couples attending the dance
will don formal attire but men
may wear dark suits for the occa-
sion.
Intermission entertainment will
be taken over by the Novelaires.
The group will feature several
popular songs including "Melan-
choly Baby."
The Novelaires recently ap-
peared on Varsity Night and won
first place with their musical an-
tics in last year's Gulantics con-
test.
Clare Shepard and his orches-
tra will render the holiday music
for the evening.
Egg nog refreshments will be
served in the Terrace Room
throughout the evening in .an at-
mosphere of an outdoor cafe.
Tickets for the formal are $1.50
a couple and may be purchased in
advance at the main desk in the
Union lobby.
Al-campus 1:30 a.m. permis-
sion has been granted for the for-
mal.

-Daily-Larry Wilk
LAWYERS AT THE BAR-Sandy Reynolds, Judy Gallup and Dick
Pogue demonstrate how University lawyers will hold court from
9 p.m. to 1.p.m. Saturday in the League Ballroom at their annual
Wig and Robe Ball presented by the Barristers Society.
Well-Known Brazilian Star
Honored at Farewell Party

Following her recent concert,
Bidu Sayao, noted opera singer,
was feted at a "despedida" (fare-
well party) by the Brazilian Uni-
versity students here.
Meeting the Brazilians at the
party, the singer was surprised
and pleased to find so large a num-
ber of her countrymen in Ann Ar-
bor. Generally she encounters only
two or three in a city.
As a special token, the hon-
ored guest and her mother were
presented with orchids, the na-
tional flower of Brazil.
This party was held at the home
of Mrs. N. Guerra who along with
her daughter and son acted as
hostesses and host.
Typical Brazilian delicacies pre-
pared by the women were served
to the guests. They included "se-
gredos de amo" (secrets of love)

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SCROLL - Members of Scroll
will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
League for a dinner meeting.
* * *
PLEDGE TRAINERS - There
will be a meeting for pledge train-
ers at 5 p.m. today in the League.
* . *
ISRAELI GROUP - An open
meeting of the Israeli Dance and
Folk Song Group will take place
at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Hillel
Building. Besides the regular pro-
gram, future plans will be dis-
cussed and refreshments will be
served. Everyone is welcome.
* * *
PAKISTAN ASSOCIATION -
The Pakistan Student Association
will hear an address by Professor
Efimenco of the political science
department and view a documen-
tary movie on life in Pakistan at 8
p.m. Friday at the International
Center. Everyone is welcome.
DANCE CLASSES - Men who
participated in the League dance
classes this semester may pick up
mimeographed copies of all steps
covered in the classes any time
before Christmas vacation in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League. Men interested in the ad-
vanced couples dance class being
offered next semester may sign up
for the class.

and "olhas de sogra" (mother-in
law's eyes).
It was announced at the party
the local people may both see and
hear Bidu Sayao Jan. 20 on a
well-known television program.
Attending the party were Lt.
and Mrs. Jose Guimaraes-Celso,
Capt. and Mrs. Julio de Caraalho,
Lt. and Mrs. Carlos Coehlo, Mr.
and Mrs. Altino Cunha and their
son, and Mrs. Carlos Alberto For-
tuna of Rio De Janerio.
From Sao Paulo there were Mr.
Jose de Sousa who was respon-
sible for the arrangements, Dr.
and Mrs. Benedicto Correa, Miss
Diva Bueno-Galvao, Dr. and Mrs.
Alfredo Viegas, and Mr. Fabio de
Tullio.
The list continues with Miss
Enild Brage, Mr. Tahsin User, and
Miss Solveiga Aizinas who are
from Parana and Latvia.f
Americans present included Mrs.I
L. Shurtliff, who was president of
the American Womens' Club of
Rio, Mr. and Mrs. S. Quigley,
whose home here is known as the
Brazilian Embassy, Mrs. J. Grace,
and the Misses E. Puglisi and L.
Bohrer.
Union Study Hall
To OpenSunday
Due to popular request, the Un-
ion has opened a Sunday evening
coed study hall in room 3A of the
Union to provide students with
a quiet place to study.
The study hall will be open
Sunday and on succeeding Sundays
during the month of January.
"If exam blues are beginning
to fade into your life and cramp
your date life, make a study date
and come to the Union study hall,"'
said Jack Ehlers, president of the
Union.
The Study Hall is equipped with
proper lighting and ample space
to spread out to work math prob-
lems or write an English essay.

South Quad
Annual Dance
To BeGiven
Theme Will Feature
Modern Atmosphere
South Quadrangle residents will
present their annual Christmas
semi-formal dance, "Noel Mo-
derne," from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday in the Quadrangle.
Christmas with a modern touch
is the theme that was started last
year in the new quad, and will be
carried out in the decorations,
programs, and music.
Tickets are on sale to quad res-
idents for the price of $2.50 per
couple and may be. purchased at
the Quadrangle or from any house
social chairman.
Entrance decorations to the
quad will be pastel magenta
branches set in the cement flower
boxes and surrounded by green
boughs. These will accent the spe-
cially lighted three-dimensional
snowflakes in each window.
Inside, the snowflakes and ma-
genta branches will carry out the
same motiff. There will also be
half and full spheres specially
lighted to form a modernized
version of the conventional Christ-
mas tree ornaments.
Decorations in the lounges will
be Christmas trees, angel feath-
ers and a completely traditional
and familiar yule log burning in
the fireplace.
Special furniture arrangements
in combination with colored lights
will complete the secene.
Hal Singer's piano artistry will
provide music in this room. He is
scheduled to play for dancing, lis-
tening and singing, specializing in
requests of the couples.
In another room, Jim Alden's
Quartet will play music for couples
who prefer a small dance area to
the large, main room. Decorations'
in this room will follow the theme
set in the lounge.
A large seating area opposite
this room will be decorated with
space mudulators, colored lights
and the principal motiff tying the
decorations in the entire quad to-
gether.
The music of Don Bari and his
orchestra will be featured in the
main dance area. Decorations
here are designed to highlight the
pillars and four smaller areas set
off by them.
Special refreshments will be of-
fered during the intermission.
They will consist of steaming
punch served from a novelty punch
bowl and cookies made like chrys-
talized snow balls.
After the dance couples will
move to Club 600 where Jim A-
den's Quartet will continue to play
for Christmas carols sung by the
entire group.
Names of the committee mem-
bers have been announced by
Clyde Rowley, who is in charge
of the general planning and the
designs }of the modernistic decora-
tions.
He will be assisted by Marshall
Sylvan, who will carry out the de-
signs for the "Noel Moderne."
Public relations and publicity
are being handled by Ron Born-
stein, tickets by Dan Peterson and
refreshments by Chuck Saquety.
General manager for the annual
affair is Bob Mann.
Gift OriginI
The custom of giving gifts at
Christmas is traced to the Roman
feast of Saturn which was cele-
brated during the 17th, 18th, and
19th of December.

SANTA SAYS

--Daily-Chuck Kelsey
PROVERBIAL PROGRAM-Two members of the publicity com-
mittee work on the posters which will advertise in Christmas colors
the annual Fortnight to be presented at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
Pattengill Auditorium, Ann Arbor High School.
* * * *

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Fortnight, annual skit night
presented by Assembly Association,
will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day in Pattengill Auditorium, Ann
Arbor High School.
The title of this year's program
is "Santa Say It' and the skits
and decorations will center around
familiar proverbs. The walls in
Pattengill Auditorium will have
pictures of proverbs relating to the
Christmas season.
Scholarship awards will be
presented to the three houses
which maintained the highest
scholarship average during the
past semester.
University Club
Will Give Dance
In Fort Wayne
The annual college homecoming
dance will be given this year at
Fort Wayne Dec. 26 by the Uni-
versity Club of that city.
This organization is made up
of young single college graduates
and its purpose is to provide rec-
reation and an opportunity for
those recently graduated from col-
lege to become acquainted.
Students from Fort Wayne and
the surrounding area are invited
to this dance which will be held
in the Prom Terrace Ballroom
from 9:30 p.m. to 13:30 a.m. The
price of tickets is $2.40 per couple.

The coeds who have shown
themselves outstanding in schol-
arship will be honored by Dean
Sarah Healy.
The main event of the evening,
however, is the competition be-
tween dormitories, league houses
and co-operative houses for the
top skit awards. '
Each coed residence presents
a short skit which they have
written. These will be judged
and a cup will be awarded the
first-place, the second- and
third-place awards are plaques
which the houses will have en-
graved and keep for a year.
The judges for this year's Fort-
night skit will be Phyllis Kauf-
man, president of the League;
Roger Wilkins, president of the
Senior Class; and Merritt Green,
captain of the football team.
The skits are judged according
to originality, effectiveness of
presentation, clarity, and audi-
ence response.
One of the outstanding attrac-
tions that is presented annually
is the skit presented by resident
directors. This skit gives the
judges time to make their de-
cisions, and is the most pop-
ular one on the program, accord-
ing to many coeds.
Fortnight originallY took place
over a period of two weeks. Three
separate ceremonies occurred dur-
ing the 14 days and included rec-
ognition night, installation of
house presidents, and the skits.

Familiar Christmas carols will
ring out across campus as students
and townspeople gather for the
annual all-campus carol sing at
8:15 p.m. Sunday on the steps of
the General Library.
Sponsored by the Student Relig-
ious Association, the sing will fol-
low a community Christmas pro-
gram at Hill Auditorium.
LEADING group singing will be
Grey Austin, staff member of Lane
Hall.
Directly following this part of
the program all students are
invited to attend a party at
Lane Hall.
Informal singing and refresh-
ments of traditional Wassail and
Christmas cookies will be offered
to those attending.
This carol sing is one of the
many events offered by SRA dur-
ing the year. The group attemins
to bring together in certain issues
and activities the members of the
organized campus religious groups.
* * *
THE SRA Council is composed
of representatives from these
groups and an executive commit-
tee chosen by their members.
Work of the council and activ-
ities for those outside organized
groups is carried on through five
departments, which include
study and discussion, social ac-

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tion, intercultural, so'cial and
recreational and public rela-
tions.
In its study and discussion pro-
gram, SRA plans to give students
a chance to learn about the de-
velopment, relevancy and signifi-
cance of the various religions and
related fields.
Hospital work, relief projects,
summer service work and displaced
student committees all function as
part of the organization's social
action field.
The intercultural committee
provides an opportunity to meet
students from other lands and to
share religious, educational and
cultural backgrounds.
Weekly coffee hours, square
dancing and open houses are reg-
ularly scheduled activities, spon-
sored by the social and recreation-
al committees.

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Assembly Ball
Petitions for the Assembly
Ball central committee are due
at 5 p.m. Monday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
All independent women are
eligible to petition for the fol-
lowing committees: general
chairman, finance, decorations
and assistant decorations chair-
men, tickets, patrons, pro-
grams, publicity and assist-
ant publicity chairmen.

Coffee Hour
Students will have an oppor-
tunity to meet and talk in-
formally with members of the
romance language department
from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in
the Terrace Room of the Union.
All students are invited.

All-Campus Caroling
To Take Place Sunday
Lane Hall Party To Follow Christmas Singing;
Many Events Are Sponsored by SRA Council

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