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Sonny Dunham To Be Featured

At 'Open Sesame' Bal

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Nov. 29'

'Open Secame,' the 1946 presenta-
tion of Panhel Bari, will highlight
Thanksgiving weekend from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday, November 29 in Wat-
erman Gymnasium.
The music of Sonny Dunham and
his orchestra, noted for its rhythmic
appeal in hot and sweet arrange-
ments, will be featured at the ball.
Sonny Dunham is recognized in music
circles as an accomplished trumpet
and trombone player but prefers to
feature the whole band rather than
himself.
Late permission will be granted
until 1:30 a.m. for the women at-
tending 'Open Sesame.' The af
fair will be semi-formal and men
owning tuxedos are urged to wear
them.
Tickets for this woman-bid dance
will go on sale Tuesday in the soror-
ity houses through panhellenic rep-
resentatives. This ball is the oppor-
tunity for affiliated women to do the
inviting and repay their dates.
Refreshments for the dancers will
be available in Barbour Gymnasium
and a novel arrangement for groups
to sit out dances has been planned.
The committee plans to go all out on
a pre-war basis in planning elabor-
ate decorations on the 'Open Ee-
same" theme.
The general dance committee is
headed by Polly Thompson, Alpha

Phi and assisted by Kay McCord,
Pi Beta Phi, who is also in charge
of finance, Jane Quail, Delta Delta
Delta is chairman of thepatrons
committee and Jean Lee Van

League Dance
Aides Will Meet
A mass meeting for all League
dance class hostesses will be held at
5 p.m. Monday. in the League Ball-
room.
Miss Ethel McCormick, Social Di-
rector of the League, and Mr. John
Gwin, former Arthur Murray instruc-
tor, will speak. The purpose of the
meeting is to discuss the progress of
the classes and to clarify any ques-
tions which may have arisen.
One meeting will be held each se-
mester for the nearly 200 women as-
sisting with the classes. This meet-
ing will also enable the hostesses to
meet the dance captains. Dance cap-
tains are: Tassie Dempsey, Dorothy
Ellis, Corrine Firth, Barbara Holland,
Nancy Mussleman, and Mildred Rans-
dorf.
WAA Notices
WAA Club meetings for this week
will be held as follows:
Archery Club: The tournament
will begin at 5 p.m. Monday down-
stairs in the WAB. Practice for be-
ginners and the tournament will be
held at 4:45 p.m. in the WAB.
Hockey Club: the game with Yp-
silanti Normal will be played at 4:45
p.m. Tuesday at Palmer Field. A reg-
ular practice meeting will be held at
4:45 p.m. Thursday at Palmer.
Camp Counselors' Club: organiza-
tional meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the WAB lounge.
Crop and Saddle: group II rides at
7 p.m. Wednesday and Group I at
7 p.m. Thursday.
Swimming Club: meeting at 10 a.m.
Saturday at the Union pool.
Quarter-final and semi-final
games in the WAA interhouse tour-
nament are scheduled to be played
this week:
Tuesday: Kappa Alpha Theta I vs.
Jordan II, Jordan I vs. Gamma Phi
Beta at 5:10 p.m.; Willow Run vs.
Zone V, Chi Omega vs. Alpha Omi-
cron Pi at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday: Winner of Willow Run-
Zone V game vs. winner of Jordan I-
Gamma Phi Beta game, winner of Chi
Omega-Alpha Omicron Pi game vs.
winner of Kappa Alpha Theta I-Jor-
dan II game at 7:30 p.m.

Bowling Lessons
Will Be Offered
To All Beginners
Bowling instruction will be offered
to beginners by the WAA Bowling
Club at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday in the
Ann Arbor Recreation alleys.
Those who wish to improve their
techniques and plan to bowl regularly
with the club are urged to take ad-
vantage of this practice period. Dues
for bowling are $3.00 per semester, to
cover the cost of renting the alleys.
Team and league bowling begins
Nov. 18, and will be held at 3 p.m.
each Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes-
day until Dec. 18. Recognition will
be awarded for high point team and
individual scorers. The Bowling Club
is also a member of the intercollegi-
ate association, to which the ten
top scores are sent four times a year.
Gwen Sperlich, 2-3494, is in charge
of bowling activities. Members must
attend meetings regularly in order to
hold their club membership, accord-
ing to Miss Sperlich, and they should
sign up immediately in order to be
eligible for league competition.
Meeting To Be Held
For Housemothers
The League house mothers will hold
a meeting Monday in the League, at
which Mrs. Mary C. Bromage, Assist-
ant Dean of Women, will preside.
Jean Louise Hole, chairman of
Women's Judiciary, will speak, and
Miss Marie D. Hartwig, Associate Su-
pervisor of Physical Education will
discuss opportunities for league
houses to participate in intramural
athletic activities.
The house mothers will give reports
on the open houses and social activi-
ties which they have sponsored so
far this semester, with a view to
planning future activities.
League Open House
The League will open. the Grand
Rapids Room to students for Sun-
day evening social hours from 4:30
to 10:30 p.m. beginning Nov. 11.
The purpose of the open house is to
provide an informal meeting place
for student use on Sunday evenings.
Music and cards will be provided for
the guests.
There will be no charge for the
use of the facilities, but contribu-
tions for purchasing additional rec-
ords or cards may be made.
The League Grill will be open for
refreshments during these hours.

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