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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1956

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Cook, Lloyd, 3 Quadrangles
To Present SmiFrml
Themes From 'Winter Wonderland' to Dickens'
Will Set Christmas Background for Balls

With holiday spirit running
*high this last weekend before va-
c ation, men's and ,coed's resi-
dence halls will be holdnig an-
nual and traditional Christmas
semi-formals, from 8 p.m.. to mid-
night tonight, and 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tomo~rrow.
Ma rtha Cook..
An old-fashioned Christmas
scene, as immortalized by Charles
Dickens' "A Christmas Carol", will
surround couples attending Mar-
tha Cook's Yuletide Ball tonight.
Carol Kenney and her combo
are entertaining at Cook's biggest
annual dance.
Large portraits of characters
from "A Christmas Carol". in-
cluding 'Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit,
Fezziwigs, Marley's ghost and
Scrooge will decorate the dance
'- hail.
Couples will dance around a
Christmas tree centered on the
floor. Greens and "stained glass"
windows will give an "Old Eng-
lish" touch to the setting.
Alice Lloyd...
Alice Lloyd Hall will' hold its
annual Winter Lace Formal from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow night.
Co-chairmen Barbara Greene
and Mary Smith have chosen

"Snow Flurries" for this year's
theme.
Paul Brodile's band will be fea-
tured in the main lounge which
will take on the atmosphere of a
"Winter Wonderland."r
Refreshments and dancing will
be held in the other lounges which
will also be decorated for the oc-
casion. *
East Quad .
A New England towxn square,
dressed for winter comes West for
East Quadrangle's semi-formal,
"Snowflake Ball" to be held to-
morrow eveningY
Indirect biue andwht light-
ing will give the out-dioor scene
the "authentic look", da nce chair-
men hope.
The traditional dance will fea-
ture the music of Bill Heinline's
orchestra in the main dining
room.
Another dining room has been
set aside as a "night club", to
give footsore couples a change of
scene and a chance to relax.
Christened "Club Holiday", it willk
be decorated with ornaments ap-
propriate to the festive season.
Favors of programs, cigarettes
and perfume will be presented to
couples, General Chairmen Mary
Ann Kleinschmidt and Jim Cias-
sey said.

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By ('CAROL LEVINE
Christms tes and sprays of holly will "sprout" from fr-aternity
ad sorority house ts as annual formals bring out the fancy dress and
-- ieos for a round of holiday parcties;.
"The Chr'istmas Angels" of Alpha Chi Omeg;a will dance to the
in ,--ic of Recd Johnson's Orchestra tomorrow nighIt. Chi Psi and Alpha
a, p_' apa ,i:i ill also present their pledge fo cmals tomorrow night,
Phi Eps ilon Phi will provide a wintery atmosphere in the local
a~~ retuant tonight as they hold their Winter Formal. Holding true
Coerd Inn tonight as they hold their Winter Formal. Holding trueF
to? th in themae the'y plan to complete the weekend's festivities with a
snow artytomorrow nip ht.
Gammat Phi Be ta bsring the winter theme plans to honor
pldis tonight at "Symp_-hony and Snowflakes."
Wihpictures of Charles Dickens' literary characters lining the
",,e scene will be set for Delta Taui Delta's "Old English Christ-
nias Foral'" tomorrow night.
= AlphaG a Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon will also cele-
brate the holidaly season with pledge formals tomorrow.
Theta Xi will usher in the holiday season with a tea Sunday
afternoon while Collegiate Sorosis will hold a Christmas dinner
Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi and their dates will come dressed
as characters from "Heaven and Hell" at a party tonight. Tomorrow
night the mood will change as Bill Bottomley provides the music for
their ,annual Pledge^ formal at the Washtenaxvs Country Club.
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