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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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400 Couples

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Attend

Panhellenic

Ball

Childrens Play Opening

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TO ~rrow Joe Sanders'
Band Featured

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A VERY PLEASANT
.THANKSGIVING
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HOSIERY
Archer and "Dexdale" Hosiery
3- and 4-thread crepes. Regu-
lar $1.00 value.

Theatre Group
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Decorations To Be
And Black; To
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Special in man-tailored
tuck in styles.
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SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

WATER.
Will supply the final touch of perfection to your
Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Delivered to sororities, fraternities, and homes.
Phone 8270
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Richard McKelvey Author
And Director; Treasure
Hunt Is Central Theme
"The Kindly Pirate," second Chil-
dren's Theatre production of the sea-
son, will have three performances at
3:45 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, and at 1:301
p.m. and 3.30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3,
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre under
,the direction of Richard McKelvey,
Grad.I
The play is an original one written
by McKelvey who last year won a
major Hopwood award with a volume:
called "Essays." It is the story of
a poor farmer who through the aid
of a stranger about whoag nothing
is known finds a pirate treasure after
a free-for-all fight with a band of,
pirates.
Corrigan Designs Sets
Sets have been designed by Robert
Corrigan, '39, and the costumes, de-
signed by Faith Watkins, '39, are of
the 1890 Connecticut period. Proper-
ties, to be obtained under the direc-
tion of Alberta Wood, '40, include a
boat to cross the Mendelssohn stage
in full sail, a snake named "Wiggley,"
a puppet show and beer barrels.
The leading roles will be taken by
Bunty Bain , '39Ed, as Mrs. Putnam,
the mother: Betty Spooner, '39, as'
her daughter Sarah; Jim Bob Steph-
enson as her son Bart; Howard John-
son, '39, as Mr. Van Buren, the vil-
lain, and James Moll, '39, as Sir
William Crashaw, the kindly pirate.
Students Play Parts
Mary Rail. '39, will play the part'
of Mrs. Snodgrass and the witches
are Marjorie Soenksen, '39, Faith
Watkins, '39; Ruth Menefee, '39,
and Miriam Braus as Dorry, Dolly,
Emmy and Elly respectively. The
pirates are Howard Johnson as "Cut-
lass," Neil Duncanson as "Scarface'"
William Applegate, Grad., as "Scup-
per," Joseph Grahm, '39, as the dead
man and Roger Wiselogel as "One-
Eye."
All those holding season tickets
should turn in their stubs for re-
served seats when the ticket office
opens Tuesday, McKelvey said.,
Hygiene Tests
Will Be Given

Four hundred couples will dance
to the music of Joe Sanders and his
Black Hawk orchestra at the annual
Panhellenic Ball, to be held at 9 p.m.
tomorrow in the main ballroom of the
League. Numerous formal dinners
will precede the dance at various sor-
<, ority houses, Mary Minor, '40, chair-
man of the ball, announced.
M> Members of the central committee
are: Miss Minor, chairman; Barbara
Bassett, '40, ticket chairman; Mar-
garet Cram, '39, reception chairman;
Jean Thompson, '40, music chair-
man; Bunty Bain, '39Ed, decorations
chairman; Betty Brooks, '40, pro-
gram and floor chairman; Frances
Kahrs, '39, patron chairman; and
Margaret Greenhouse, '39, publicity
chairman.
Decorations Are Black, Silver
MARY MINOR, '40 The ball is traditionally held the
-__ _ _ _ day following Thanksgiving and dec-
orations this year have been elab-
So'ofbie P a orately designed in black and silver,
Sororities an with touches of green. A black cel-
lophane backdrop will form the
MTV x1 ne s background for the orchestra, and
a black medallion, suspended by a
silver cord from the center back, will
Eintertaiin Guests Before hear the letters "PH" in silver.
ITwo silver trees will be placed at
lPanhellenic Ball the corners of the band platform, giv-
i ing the effect of silver pillars, and two
The Panhellenic Ball brings with it I small, round trees, also in silver, will
many dinners :tj be given by various' be located just in front of the micro-
sororities. A iphaDelta Pi ;ndPi{phone. Woodwardia fern will be used
Betahisororitiesh ll enteain Pto decorate the corners~of the room,
Beta -Phi sororities will entertain and fresh flowers will be placed on
their dinner guests ar the Haunted I the patrons' table.
Tavern before the ball. Grand March Omitted
A formal dinner will be given at 7 Following last year's precedent, the
p.m. at the chapter house by Alpha grand march will again be omitted,

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Epsilon Phi

sorority.

"Dinner atI

eight" will be the byword at the Al-
pha Gamma Delta house. They will
be chaperoned by Mrs. Sarah Ten-t
nant and Mr. and Mrs. GlennMills.I
The Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha
Omicron Pi sororities will dine at 7
p.m. 30 couples will be entertained t
at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
Kappa Kappa Gandma sorority will
entertain 39 guests at dinner at 7:30
P.M.r

Mdiss Mvinor saidt. No late permission
has been granted, and for this rea-
son there will be no sorority break-
fasts. Formerly, either breakfasts or
dinners have been held by sororities.
This is the second consecutive year
that Joe Sanders and his band have
played for Panhellenic Ball.
Date Of 'Gridiron Stomp'
Changed To December 3

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A formal dinner will be given at "The Gridiron Stomp," a dance
6:30 p.m. by.Delta Delta Delta soror- planned to honor the football team
ity, which will be attended by 20 Saturday night in the main ballroom
couples. 39 members of Kappa Al-;of the Union, has been postponed
pha Theta sorority will entertain until the following Saturday, Dec. 3,
their guests at a formal dinner at it was announced yesterday by James
7:15 p.m. Halligan, '40, Union social chairman.

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Exemption Examinations
To Be Held Tomorrow
A hygiene exemption test for all
freshmen and upperclas women stu-
dents who have not fulfilled their
hygiene requirement will be given at
5 p.m. tomorrow in Natural Science
auditorium.
Those who do not pass the test
must register for the hygiene lec-
ture series at regular classification
Feb. 9, 10 and 11 in Waterman Gym-
nasium, Dr. Vida Gordon announced.
The six sections for the lecture series
previously announced in the Daily
Official Bulletin have been reduced
to two. One will be held at 4 p.m.
Monday starting Feb. 20 and the oth-
er at 3 p.m. Friday starting Feb. 24.
This will be the last opportunity
for seniors who expect to graduate
in June, at the end of the Summer
Session, or in February of next year
to complete this requirement, Dr.
Gordon said. Hygiene 101, a three-
hour elective course, may be substi-
tuted for the lecture series, however.

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