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Groups Plan
Many Events
Church Clubs To Hold
Thanksgiving Parties
By JOAN QUINTO
With a snow-covered campus and
thoughts of that Thanksgiving
dinner prevailing, most of the re-
ligious groups have planned a va-
riety of events based on a turkey
theme.
The Newman Club will hold a
Turkey Trot from 8:30 to 10 p.m.
today. Pete Stenger and his Com-
bo will provide the music.
An "Old MacDonald" party will
be staged by the Congregational
and Disciple's Guild this evening
at the home of Elizabeth Schuma-
cher. Dress will be in western
style.
The Roger Williams Student
Guild will give a Thanksgiving
dinner for those Baptist students
who are unable to go home Thvs-
day, at Dr. Louck's house.
Presbyterian students are plan-
ning a square dance for tomor-
row evening in honor of the Ohio
State visitors at the Westminister
Student Center.
Hillel will hold its weekly Fri-
day night dinner in honor of Rosh
Chodesh, the new moon. From 4
to 5 p.m. the CulturalCommittee
will -present a coffee hour.
A barbecue is planned by Wes-
leyan Guild, to be given after the
Ohio State game, followed by a
western party.
Canterbury House will have a
business meeting tonight as well
as an informal house party. With
the Lutheran Student Association
they will attend the Inter-Guild
Program, to be held in the League
Ballroom Sunday evening..

Olympic Skier' To Present Film

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Keep Warm al Tomorrow's Game

By POLLY VAN SCHOICK
Old-time Olympic skier Warren
Miller will present his new two-
hour color film, "Invitation to
Skiing," at 8:30 p.m. Sunday in
Pattengill Auditorium of Ann Ar-
bor High School.
The movie will feature a pre-
view of the 1956 Winter Olympics
at Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy. The
village of Cortina, the skating
rinks, the lifts, the downhill course
and the beautiful snow of the Ital-
ian Alps are all shown.
Miller also incorporates humor
and wit, fun and excitement in
his presentation as he includes
workouts of members of the Ameri-
can ski teams in the deep powder
snow and icy slalom trails at the
Reno. Ski Bowl and Sun Valley.
Slow Motion Studies
Many slow motion studies of the
techniques of Miller's brother,
Ralph, Buddy Werner, Tom Cor-
coran, Skeeter Werner and Katy
Rodolph will further illustrate
what the Americans have to offer
in the way of competition at Cor-
tina this winter.
The film has action shots of
Stein Ericson, three time world
champion slalom skier who is now
an instructor at Boyne Mountain, ti
the Dartmouth Winter Carnival p
and beginning skiers.
An added attraction of the film
is pictures of surf riding 30-foot a
waves in Hawaii at 50 miles per c'
hour. The surf shots were made s
by Miller on his way home from s
Peru where he had witnessed his s
brother Ralph ski downhill at 109
miles per hour, breaking the world
speed record.
Ski Photographer
Miller, a former ski racer and.
instructor, is now one of the four
top professional and internation-
ally-known ski photographers.

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CAN-CAN-Previewing Monte Carlo Ball entertainment, dancers
will perform the Can-Can at the weekly tea of the International
Center today. The dance will be held at 9 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom.

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Dancers To Perform
For Monte Carlo Ball

Wool Scarfs

French entertainment will high-
light the Monte Carlo Ball, "La
Soiree d'Or," to be presented by
the International Students'. As-
sociation from 9 p.m. until mid-
night today in the Union Ball-
room.
While couples dance to the mu-
sic of the Serenaders, "Diamond
Lil" will be in the game room ask-
ing everyone to place their bets

Chairman of the dance is John
Massah, a Syrian student. Orvilla
Gregg, a United States student, is
in charge of publicity, costumes
and the floor show.
Sundu Maldani of India is tak-
ing charge of the gambling and
game room.

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Head Huggers and
earwarmers from 2.00

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with mock money. The gambling SOCK HOPS, HAYRIDES DANCES:
room will feature various games

of chance where students may try
their luck.
At 10:30 p.m. the floorshow,
which is French in style, will be-
gin. The program will feature
such entertainment, as Shirley
Powell imitating Eartha Kitt and
singing "Apres Moi", and "Oh,
John."
A Can-Can line featuring Jane
Clark, Ruth Blank, Jean Jones,
Dotty Jensen and Judy Duigman;
an Apache dance done by Fay
International Center
Tea
Previewing Monte Carlo Bal
eitertainment, Can-Can danc-
ers will perform at the Inter-
national Center's weekly tea,
to be held at 4:30 p.m. today at
the Center.
Sabough and Kaldorin Othman
and a torch singer, Kay Tatcoka,
singing "The Man I Love" and
"Man in a Raincoat," will also be
part of the program.
Cigarette girls, Conolyn Albun
and Ulirike Klopfer, dressed in ty-
pical night club costumes, will add
to the atmosphere by circulating
through the rooms'

Parties, Formals to Highlight Weekend

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By MARY BETH GODFROY
A weekend of offering varied
dance entertainment to students
and guests from Ohio State Uni-
versity tops the end of the foot-
ball season.
To start the festivities, Betsy
Barbour and Helen Newberry plan
record dances after the pep rally
Friday night while Couzens Hall
and Stockwell Hall feature annual
fall formals.
Costume parties seem to be the
prevailing theme tomorrow with
the Apache Dance at Theta Chi,
the "Pick a Part Masquerade" at
Delta Sigma Pi, the Roaring Twen-
ties party co-sponsored by Chi Psi
and Phi Kappa Psi, and Lambda
Chi Alpha's Hillbilly party.
Wide Range of Themes
A formal Monte Carlo dance will
be held by Theta Xi while Triangle
presents their Prohibition Party.
A Donkey Dance will hold sway
at Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Live It Up will be the theme
of Sigma Alpha Mu's party, Jail
House that theme of Winchell, and
Pajama Party takes place at Phi
Delta Theta.
A French cabaret will be the
setting for the party at Alpha Tau
Omega while the Charleston will
be in style at the Tau Delta Phi's
Gay Twenties dance.

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For those wno would like to
"get away from it all," Phi Gam-
ma Delta and Allen Rumsey are
featuring Out of This World par-
ties.
Acacia brothers and their dates
will be wearing unusual head gear
at their Crazy Hat dance while
couples at Alpha Epsilon Pi will
dress up for The Buckeye Brawl
party.
A Sock Hop is on the agenda
for those attending the dance at
Gomberg with a hayride the feat-
ured event at Van Tyne.
Ball Honors Prof.
The Bartholin Ball is being
planned by Nu Sigma Nu in honor
of Prof. Bartholin of the School
of Medicine while Kappa Sigma is
planning a New Orleans party.
Informal dances will be held by
Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi, Delta Sig-
ma Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta
Theta Phi, Delta Upsilon, Kappa
Alpha Psi, and Phi Sigma Kappa.
Alpha Omega, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Alpha Sigma Phi, Adams
House, Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Chi,
Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Delta,
Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi Lambda Phi,
Pi Beta Phi, Psi Omega, Sigma
Phi, and Zeta Beta Tau have
planned similar functions.
Evans Scholars will hold their

third annual fall dance, called the
"Tee Party," at the University golf
course club house. Playing for
the event will be a seven-piece
band featuring Andy White and
his Cats. Theme of this year's
.dance is "Two for Tea."

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JUNIOR MICHIFISH-Members
of Junior Michifish will meet at
3:15 p.m. today.
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BASKETBALL PRACTICE-Bas-
ketball Club practice will be held
at 4 p.m. today in Barbour Gym-
nasium.
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SQUARE DANCE GROUP - The
Square Dance section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Tappan
Junior High School.

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