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Traveling through space to the nearest planet, guests at the Engineers ' Informal, February 9, in the Masonic Temple, spent a " Night On Mors. " Entrance to the dance floor was gained through a space ship airport where the de- L itauteeti ci ntatntai parture was torn from each voyager ' s ticket. Another stub from the some ticket brought each girl an ash troy, " Ozzie, " a clay duck, for a favor. Programs for the dance were rocket ships of dull silver with red tassels. The hall Itself was transformed Into a glade In a Martian forest with gigantic red and silver foliage. The orchestro played under a bright neon arch. Lewis Wallon was general chairman of the informal; George Middleton and Bob Watt, co-chairmen; hHale Sondvos, decora- tions chairman; Russ Wayland, progroms; Gordon Ribbeck, tickets. ontpa and kcitt atmal T — V » — ' " Anchors Aweigh, My Boys, " and members of Compass and Chart, naval R.O.T.C. honorary, bedecked themselves in formal dress at their annual formal dance, Friday, February 2, in the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Galley ships of the year 500 B.C. sailed the seven seas on " shadow boxes. " Two pon- els with scenes from the battle of Lake Erie and the battle of Jutland were painted by Leo Jacobson. Programs were of blue suede with a small sailing ship in one corner. A battleship shad- owed in blue sailed across the dance sched- Wilbur Landaas was general chairman of the dance. Assisting him were John Quense, Leo Jacobson, Charles Wayne, Alex Swen- ceski, George Brackett and Karl Bradlee.
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Ti tutli Ui V — - ) ' Xv — J Brilliancy — Glamour. Those two words portray the Varsity Ball of 1933, held In the Trianon ballroom on December I 5, honoring Big " W " men. Stars, tinseled, revolving — hang- ing from the walls, the ceiling — all a part of the " Stardust " motif. This was a true hHollywood pre- miere — gentlemen In their tuxedos, ladles in their formols. Over seven hundred couples attended the for- mal, which netted a large profit. During the first intermission, the pledges to Oval Club were an- nounced by Professor Edmond S. Meany. The neophytes then went through the traditional handshak- ing. Roy Oxman, a capable ball director, was ably assisted by Bob Rodol. Ann Telfer was secretarial chief. Other subordinate directors included: Publicity Arrangements Entertainment __ Programs ... . Philip Schoel Patrons and Patronesses Betty Ludlngton Decorations By Burnes Tickets Jerry Kopet Davenports Refreshments Leone Knight June Thomas Archie Clark Bob Howes Bob Howes
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' uttat taiit _- y _ In a Spanish patio under trop- ical South American skies, severol hundred formally-clad collegians danced at a " Fies- ta, " the Junior Prom, which was held at the Trianon Ballroom Friday, March 16. The large ballroom was a scene of red and pink roses. Some covered the green-papered pillars while others lined the walls. A yellow and green balustrade surrounded the entire dance floor. On black panels the cut-out faces of senoritas, gay senors, and brave bullfighters laughed down on the faces of the dancers. hHuge cellophane cones, sus- pended from the ceiling, swayed and spark- led when bright-colored spotlights were cast on them. At one end of the floor a huge peacock, with its plumage mode of roses, hung in front of a red curtain. During intermission two dancers did the Corioco. Programs of white leather flaunted on the cover a red, black ond gold caballero with a whip in one hand. Inside, red metallic poper furnished color and sound to the progroms. Spanish architecture decorated the Inside pages. Mr. Ray Fox was the general choirman, ond Mr. FHenry Dougan, the assistant chair- man. Secretaries were the Misses Barbara Jacobsen and June Thomos. Mr. Joe Lutey was the business manager. Other committee chairmen were: Mr. Dan English, assisted by Miss Sigrld Hedin, publicity; Mr. Milton Lobell, decorations; Miss Margaret Ryan, assisted by Miss Beatrice Mcintosh, patrons and patronesses; Mr. Ed Metzger, programs; Mr. Truman HInkle, arrangements; Mr. Russ McDonald, tickets; Miss Beatrice Sbedico, refreshments; Miss Dixie Stanley, entertain- ment. Mr. Charles Behon was the designer and decorator.
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