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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ?IV~

Weekend To Feature Dances,

'Watching Parties

', Religious Events

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Monte Carlo
To Set Mood
For Dance
Serving as master of ceremonies
as a gambling wanderer, Hans
Schulte will travel to the gambling
houses of many foreign lands to
witness the various native dances,
at the Monte Carlo Ball from 9:15
p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
In this manner, dancers from
such countries as India, Turkey,
Arabia, Thailand, the Philippines
and China will display native en-
tertainment.
The main ballroom of the Union
will be decorated like a European
gambling house. At one end palm
trees, flowers and round tables will
give a garden-like atmosphere of
a patio.
A blazing fire in the fireplace
and candles on the tables at the
opposite end of the ballroom will
create a welcome feeling for the
guests, accordingto Renati Quast-
ler, decorations chairman.
Playing Card Decorations
Giant playing cards and green
branches and plants will be fea-
tured throughout the ballroom.
Mock gambling will take place
in the room adjoining the ball-
room. Two roulette tables, two dice
k tables and two card tables will be
set up. Hosts and hostesses, dress-
ed in their -native costumes will
operate the games.
According to Rasheed Muriby,
general chairman, one hundred
people may gamble at a time. Each
person will receive a certain
amount of paper money at the

Church Groups To Sponsor
Wide Variety of Activities

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BEAUTIFUL OHIO?
Festivities To Prevail on Campus

-Daily-Lynn Wallas
MONTE CARLO-Foreign Students in native costumes will per-
form dances representing their countries for the Monte Carlo
Ball. Guests will dance, gamble with paper money for prizes and
witness the travels of a wandering gambler.

door. Small prizes will be distri-
buted to those who win a certain
amount of mioney.-,
$2 Per Couple
Tickets, priced at $2 per couple,
will be on sale today at the Inter-
national Center Administration
Building and on the Diagonal.
Blind dates will be arranged for
those who fill out the application
blanks distributed in the residen-
ces. Those who are interested in,
obtaining a blind date may con-

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tact Lois Yandell, 303 Prescott
House, NO 2-4591.
Earl Pearson and his Orchestra
will play for the semi-formal af-
fair. Foreign students are urged
to wear their native costumes.
Chairmen for the dance include
Lois Yandell, blind dates; Sally
Hirsh and Madge Lawrence, pub-
licity; Renati Quastler, decorations
and Toni Wallwork, tickets.
Auditions Planned
For Talent Show
Students interested in audi-,
tioning for Gulantics, all-campus
talent show, should begin organ-
izing their acts," George Dutter,
business manager of the Men's
Glee Club, said.
Tryouts will be held from 1 to
5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 and Dec.
11, and all day Saturday, Jan. 8.
Students interested in participat-
ing may call Debbie Shavelson,
League representative in charge of
auditioning.
Dutter stresses that dancers,
singers, magicians, quartets, band
ensembles, soloists and any other
type of novelty acts may try out.
Judges of the auditions will be
Prof. Philip A. Duey, Men's Glee
Club director and Professor of
voice; Gordon Ferguson, president
of the Glee Club; Gus Gianakaris,
social chairman of the Union and
Debbie Shavelson, League repre-
sentative.
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Newman Club. ..
Members of the Newman Club
will play host to delegates repre-
senting Newman Clubs throughout
Michigan today through Sunday.
The three day convention will
open with a talent show from 8
p.m. to midnight today at the New-
man Club.
At 10:30 p.m. tomorrow panel
discussions will begin to further
the work done at the national
convention held this summer. A
general session of the convention
will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow
to draw. up a constitution.
Prof. G. B. Harrison will speak
on "The Church Militant" at the
dinner to be held at 6 p.m. tomor-
row. Following the dinner at 8:30
Coeds To Petition
For Seven Posts
For Senior Night
Seven chairman posts on the
annual spring program, Senior
Night, are now open to petitioning
by senior women.
Coeds may serve as general
chairman, assistant general chair-
man, decorations, patrons or pub-
licity chairmen. Other positions to
be filled are tickets, entertainment
and programs chairmen.
Women may secure petitions
from the activities chairmen in
their houses or in the League Un-
dergraduate Office. They are due
Monday, Dec. 6, in the League. In-
terviewing will begin Tuesday, Dec.
7.
If seniors have any questions
they may contact Sally Lorber at
NO 2-3225, see their activities
chairmen or go to the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
The duties of the general chair-
man include coordinating the ac-
tivities of the other chairmen and
planning for the traditional march
while the assistant general chair-
man arranges for the dinner.
Patrons chairman will be in
charge of selecting and inviting
the patrons and patronesses for
the event. Getting the tickets and
appointing house tickets repre-
sentatives is the job of the tickets
chairman.
The coed who is chosen enter-
tainment chairman will plan the
evening's program which comes
after the banquet and will take
care of the excerpts from the sen-
iors' own JGP.
Decorations chairman is in
charge of decorating the dinner
table and the wishing well.

p.m. a dance will be held in the
Father Richard Center.
Newman Club members and
delegates will gather at the Cen-
ter following 9:30 a.m. mass Sun-
day for the Communion Breakfast.
Bishop C. L. Nelligan of Assump-
tion College, Windsor, Ontario,
will speak.
Tickets for the dinner a n d
breakfast may be purchased at the
Father Richard Center.
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With many of the University

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students spending Saturday and
Sunday in Columbus at the Ohio
State-Michigan game, this weekend
promises to be rather quiet in Ann
Arbor.
Members of Hinsdale House in
East Quad will hold their annual
"November Nocturne," complete
with caviar and delicate sandwich-
es as refreshments.
TV Party
The ATO's will have a TV watch-
ing-party followed by a buffet sup-
per and record dance, while the
Phi Delta Phi's will celebrate their
gain of new pledges with a get-
acquainted party Saturday.
A hay ride at the Huron Hills
riding stables is in order for the
Delt's and their dates, followed by
a record dance at the house. The
Ann Arbor Alley Cats will furnish
dance music for members of Sig-
ma Nu and their dates. The Albion

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Squar, dancing with the steps
called by Grey Austin, will be On
the agenda of an Inter-Guild par-
ty at 8:30 p.m. today in the Pres-
byterian Student Center.
A program of group participa-
tion entertainment and games, in-
cluding a "walrus hunt," has been
planned. Group singing will end
the program.
Kathy Taylor of the Congrega-
tional Disciples Guild is in charge
of entertainment. Students from
the Methodist Wesleyan Guild
will plan and serve refreshments.
The welcoming committee consists
of Baptist group members. Pres-
byterian students will serve as
hosts and hostesses.

College chapter is expected for the
party.
Gomberg House, in South Quad-

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Thanksgiving Spirit
According to Mrs. Kathleen
Mead, of the International Cen-
ter, many foreign students have
expressed a desire to visit an
American family on Thanks-
giving Day.
Students have been sent let-
ters explaining the meaning
and traditions of the holiday
and also an invitation which
they may fill out and return to
the International Center if they
wish to participate.
Students and families inter-
ested in the exchange may con-
tact either Mrs. Mead at the
Center or Miss Doris Reed at
Lane Hall.

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SOPH SCANDALS-Soph Scan-
dals stage crew meeting will be
held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today,
in the publicity room at the Lea-
gue. Interested sophomore women
are welcome.
* * *
BASKETBALL CLUB-The co-
recreational Basketball Club will
meet at 4:15 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym.
* * *
CO-REC NIGHT-There will be
a Co-Rec Night from 7 to 10:30
p.m. today at the I-M Building.
All facilities will be available.
* * *
POOL HOURS-The women's
swimming pool will be open from
2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays for
the rest of the semester. Co-re-
creational swimming will be held
from 7:15 to 9 p.m. Saturdays and
from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7:15 to 9
p.m. Sundays.
* * *
FIELD HOCKEY--Field Hockey
Club has finished its season with
a record of 2-1 and 3-0 over Al-
bion College and 2-0 and 6-1 over
University High School. National
Field Hockey Playoffs will be held
this year at the University in-
cluding matches with a touring
team from Ireland.
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rangle, will hold an open house
from 8 to 10 p.m. Saturday, with
"loads of refreshments." Coeds
and "Michigan men" will not be
admitted on the dance floor with
shoes on for the sox-hop which
follows.
Record dances will also be held
by Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Theta
Phi, Phi Gamma Delta and Psi
Omega.
Union Dance
Plans for the Union weekend in-
clude an admission-free record
dance Sunday evening on the Un-
ion Terrace.
All freshmen are invited to at-
tend "Engine Bounce," to take
place from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day in the League Ballroom. Tick-
ets for the dance, sponsored by the
Freshman Engineering Council,
are $1 per couple. Music will be
provided by Don Kenney and his
orchestra. Casual wear will be ap-
propriate.

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haunting beauty,
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Cologne 2.75, $5

Diving Club
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting of the Diving
Club at 3 p.m. today at the wo-
men's pool. No diving experi-
ence is necessary and all wo-
men interested are invited to
attend. For further information,
call Marge Lord at NO 2-3225.

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