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THE MICHIGAN DAIL

Idependent Coeds To Attend
Annual Panhellenic Ball Friday

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Cabaret Ticket

Sales

To Begin

Ticket sales for the 1946 presenta-
tion of Panhellenic Ball, annual
dance sponsored for affiliated wom-
en, have been opened to all women
on campus.
Independent women may purchase
tickets all day tomorrow and Tues-
day in Miss McCormick's office in
the League. Tickets will also be sold
from 3:15 to 5:30 p. m. tomorrow and
Tuesday, and from, 9 a. m. to noon
and from 1 to 3 p. m. Wednesday at
a booth in the League lobby.
Sonny Dunham will Play
The Panhel Ball, "Open Sesame,"
Ball and Chain Club
To Hold Bi-monthly
Meeting Tomorrow
The Ball and Chain Club, an or-
ganization for the wives of student
veterans, will hold its bi-monthly
meeting at 7:45 p. m. tomorrow in
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Mrs. Shirley Savage of the Eng-
lish department, who attended the
organizational meeting of the United
Nations in San Francisco will speak
on the United Nations."
After Mrs. Savage's talk, the mem-
bers of the club will play bridge and
enjoy a social hour. Refreshments
will be served in the League Soda
Bar
The Ball and Chain Club meets
on the second and fourth Mondays
of each month; the wife of any stu-
dent veteran is urged to attend.

to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday in Waterman Gymnasium will-
feature the music of Sonny Dunham
and his 16-piece orchestra. Sonny
Dunham does many of his own ar-'
rangements and his band is noted
in the music world for the rhythmic
appeal of its smooth dance arrange-
ments. Dunham is one of the few
professional musicians accomplished
on both the trumpet and trombone.
Novel programs, designed on the
"Open Sesame" theme, will be dis-
tributed to coeds, and refreshments
will be available in Barbour Gymnas-
ium. Caves and an artificial ceil-
ing will carry out the Arabian theme
of the dance.
Coeds To Have 1:30 Permission
Late permission will be granted
until 1:30 a. m. to women students
attending the dance. "Open Sesame"
will be one of the few women-bid
affairs to be given on campus this
year. Although the ball will be
semi-formal, men owning tuxedos
are urged to wear them.
The committee has also planned
an unusual arrangement for groups
who wish to sit out a few dances.
The dance is under the general
chairmanship of Polly Thompson,
Alpha Phi, and Kay McCord, Pi Beta
Phi, is assistant chairman.
All Panhellenic representatives
should bring their tickets, stubs,
and money for the Panhel Ball to
the Panhellenic meeting at 5
p.m. Tuesday in the League.

In Dormitories

Dormitory ticket sales for Soph
Cabaret, to be presented from 8:30
p. m. to midnight, Saturday, Dec. 7
in the League, will begin tomorrow.
There will be a woman student
selling tickets on every corridor of
the women's dormitories, in all the
sorority houses and the larger league
houses. Tickets will also be sold to-
morrow after the skits which are to
be given during the dinner hour at
Betsy Barbour, Couzens Hall, Helen
Newberry, Martha Cook, and Stock-
well.
The time of the campus sales
will be announced at a later date,
according to Pat Hannagan, pub-
licity chairman for the Cabaret.
There will be tickets for stags and
couples and the admission price
includes everything but refresh-
ments.
Paul Lavoie and his orchestra,
with vocalists Jean Regal and Jack-
ie Fisher, will be featured for danc-
ing at "Soph Tale-Spin", the 1946
edition of Soph Cabaret from 9 p. m.
to midnight in the League Ballroom.
In addition, there is to be an in-
formal mixer dance in the Hussey
Room, and refreshments will be
available in the Grand Rapids
Room. The program also includes
a floor show, to be presented twice
during the evening in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Singing and
dancing acts and short skits will
be presented in the floorshow.
The Cabaret is a traditional all-
campus party, written, acted, direct-
ed, and producefl by sophomore wom-
en and financed by their class dues.
This year's proceeds will go to the
University Fresh Air Camp. The Cen-
tral Committee chairman is Polly
Hanson, assisted by Bobby Jo Ream.
WAA Archery Club
To Continue Contests
The WAA Archery club will con-
tinue its tournaments this week with
experienced archers competing at 5
p. m .tomorrow and beginners and
intermediates at 4:45 p. m. Thurs-
day downstairs in the WAB. The
Thursday meeting is also open to
coeds interested in archery who are
not enrolled in the tournament.
League Open House
To furnish a place for Sunday eve-
ning recreation, the League will open
the Grand Rapids Room for music
and games, the Hussey Room for
studying, and the Kalamazoo Room
for group singing from 7 to 11:30
p. m. today.

New League
Positions Now
Open to Coeds
Petitioning is now open for three
junior and two sophomore member-
ships on the League Interviewing
Committee, according to Jean Lou-
ise Hole, chairman of the Women's
Judiciary Council.
The Committee will be in charge
of petitioning and interviewing for
all league positions, including League
Council, class project central com-
mittee, junior assistant, and orien-
tation adviser posts.
Membership To Rotate
The group is to be composed of two
seniors, three juniors, and two soph-
omores, and a rotating membership
Alan is to be followed, according to
Miss Hole. The senior positions each
year are to be filled by two of the
preceding year's junior members,
while one sophomore will be advanc-
ed to a junior post.
Petitions for the five sophomore
and junior memberships are due at
noon Monday, Dec. 2, in the Judici-
ary Council Box in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League. Ten-min-
ute interviews will be held from 2 to
4 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 5, and from
1:30 to 5 p. m. Friday, Dec. 6
Miss Hole emphasized that women
who hold junior assistantships or
other junior positions in the League
are definitely eligible for the Inter-
viewing Committee posts as well. Co-
eds holding sophomore positions
were also encouraged to apply by
Miss Hole.
Petitions May Be Obtained
Petitions may be obtained in the
Social Director's Office in the
League, and each applicant should
state specific plans for the position
she desires. Names of a house-
mother, a faculty member, and an
upperclass woman as references will
be required of each interviewee.
Every coed applying for one of
these positions must bring a Univer-
sity eligibility card, signed by the
Merit-Tutorial Committee of the
League, to her interview.
The formation of the new Inter-
viewing Committee will mark4a the
division of the functions formerly
carried on by the Judiciary Council,
Miss Hole said. The Council will
retain its functions of enforcement
of campus house rules for women,
while the new committee will con-
duct all petitioning and interviewing
for League posts.

Meadowbrook Plans 'Michigan Night' Reunion Dec. 28

Frank Dailey's Meadowbrook, lo-
cated at Cedar Grove, New Jersey, is
planning to hold a "Michigan Night"
reunion Saturday, Dec. 28, for all
Michigan students and alumni who
live in or near the New York-New
Jersey metropolitan area, as well as
those who will be visiting there dur-
ing the Christmas vacation.

Reservations will be necessary for
the evening, and full information on
questions of finance and transporta-
tion will be available soon. Students
wishing to make reservations now
may send a post card including
name, Ann Arbor address and phone
number, home address, and number

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