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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Sale of Tickets for Gym Jam
Will Open Wednesday on Diag

Event To Be Given
In Combined Gyms
Tickets for the WAA Gym Jam,
to be held from 8 p. m. to midnight
Friday, will go on sale Wednesday
and Thursday on the Diagonal.
According to Betty Eaton, ticket
chairman, the tickets will be avail-
able from 9 a. m. to noon and from
1 p. m. to 4 p. m. at the center Di-
agonal.
A limited number of tickets will
be sold at that those times, and ad-
ditional tickets will be placed on
sale Friday for the dancing only.
Featuring volleyball, ping pong,
badminton, bridge, and social
dancing, the Gym Jam will be held
in Waterman and Barbour Gyms.
Students are invited to come stag
or on dates to the informal sports
night.
Gym Jam is a continuation of
the campus custom of Rec Rallies,
held during the war. The first of
these was presented early in 1942

as a climax to the physical fitness
and exercise program which fea-
tured lectures and demonstrations
and mass exercises in the various
campus .residences.
According to Miss Marie Hartwig
of the Department of Physical Ed-
ucation for Women, "The first Rec
Rally was such a success that three
more were held during the remain-
der of the year."
The sports nights were continued
during the following year, with four
more Rec Rallies offering coeduca-
tional sports to students in 1942-
'43. None, however, were presented
in the next two years.
Last year the WAA took over the
sponsorship of the sport nights,
renaming them Gym Jams. Held
twice during the year, the pro-
grams featured volleyball, badmin-
ton, bridge, and square dancing.
Sports will be offered in the com-
bined gyms, and refreshments are
to be served in the Fencing Room of
Barbour Gym.

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Affiliated Coeds
Will Sponsor
'Open Sesame'
Tickets for Panhel Ball, entitled
"Open Sesame", to be given from 9
p. m. to 1 a. m. Friday, November
29, in Waterman Gym, are available
to affiliated coeds through their
house Panhellenic representative.
Late permission will be granted
until 1:30 a. m. to women attending
this semi-formal dance. All affiliat-
ed grads and alumnae are welcome
to attend and may also obtain their
tickets through their sorority houses.
Sonny Dunham and his orchestra,
featuring Pete Hanley as vocalist,
will present their repetoire of soft
dance music for "Open Sesame".
This sixteen-piece band is noted in
the music world for its rhythmic
dance arrangements. Band leader
Sonny Dunham does many of the
arrangements himself in addition to
rendering musical highlights on the
trombone and trumpet.
The decorations committee has
formulated plans for going all out
on a pre-war basis on dance decora-
tions and program on the "Open Se-
same" theme. Plans have been made
for a novel seating arrangement to
facilitate groups who wish to sit out
a few dances and refreshments will
be served in Barbour Gymnasium.
WAA Notices
Final game of the B division of
the WAA interhouse volleyball tour-
nament will be played at 5:10 p. m.
Tuesday, with Gamma Phi Beta
meeting Willow Run team in Bar-
bour Gym.
According to Betty Eaton, WAA
intramural manager, the A tourna-
ment has been completed, with Jor-
dan II winning all of its games. The
A division runner-up was Chi Ome-
ga.
WAA Club meetings for this week
will be held as follows:
Hockey Club: special practice
meeting with Ann Arbor Club at
2:30 p. m. today. Game with Uni-
versity High School will be played
at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, and regular
practice will be held ' at 4:15 p. m.
Thursday at Palmer Field.
Archery Club: Tournament for ex-
perienced archers will be held at 5
p. m. tomorrow in the WAB. Prac-
tice and tournament for beginners
is to be held at 4:45 p. m. Thursday
in the WAB.
Swimming Club: will meet at 10
a. m. Saturday at the Union Pool.
The skits committee of Soph Cab-
aret will hold a meeting at 5 p. m.
Monday in the League.

Social Hours
Will Be Held
The League will open the Grand
Rapids Room to students for Sun-
day evening social hours from 4:30
to 10:30 p. m. today.
An atmosphere of informality will
be found by students who attend.
The open house is being sponsored
by the League Social committee for
the purpose of providing a meeting
place for Sunday social gatherings.
Music and cards will be available
to guests. This is first of its kind to
be held, and plans are being formul-
ated to sponsor it weekly.
No charge is being asked for the
use of the facilities, but contribu-
tions for purchasing additional rec-
ords or cards may be made.
Pool Will Be Open
To Campus Coeds
Open swimming for all women on'
campus will be held from 7:30 p. m.
to 8:20 p. m. Tuesdays and Thurs-
days beginning Nov. 19 in the Un-
ion pool.
This is the first time that open
swimming has been offered since
women have not been able to use
the pool except at the time of reg-
ular Swimming Club meetings once
a week and for physical education
classes.
The combined floorshow of
Soph Cabaret, including dancing,
singing and specialty acts, will
hold a rehearsal 7:15 p. m. Mon-
day in the Grand Rapids Room
of the League.

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