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THE MICHIGAN IDAILY

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Union To Of
Open Sesame' Dance Will BeHeld Friday Night Tofiday Don
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Coeds May Do

Nursery

Work

All Coeds May, Attend
Formal Pcinhel Ball

Petitions Due Monday at League

"Open Sesame" which will be
held from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
Waterman Gymnasium, has been
opened to the entire campus by
Panhellenic Association for the
benefit of independent women
'staying on campus over Thanks-
giving weekend.
Tickets may be purchased all
day today in the office of Miss
McCormicf, social director of the
League, and from 3:15 to 5:30 p.m.
in the booth provided in the
League lobby. Sales will be car-
ried on from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 p m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at
the League booth.
The Office of the Dean of
Women will extend late permis-
sion until 1:30 a.m. to all women
attending "Open Sesame." This
dance is one of the few presented
on campus to which women in-
vite dates.
The dance arrangements of
Sonny Dunham and his orches-
tra will provide music for the eve-
ning. Bandleader Dunham does
many of his own musical arrange-
ments besides playing both the
trombone and trumpet.
The committee has planned
elaborate decorations to carry
out the Arabian theme of "Open
Sesame." Novel programs de-
signed to carry out the dance
theme will be distributed to
coeds and refreshments will be
available in Barbour gymnasium.
Patrons for the affair will be
President and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven,
Vice-president and Mrs. J. P.
Adams, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
and Mrs. E. B. Stason, Prof. A. W.
Bromage and Asst. Dean Mary
Bromage, Asst. Dean Elsie Fuller,
Asst. Dean and Mrs. W. B. Rea,
Associate Dean and Mrs. E. A. Wal-
ter, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur Boak,
Prof. and Mrs. Robert L. Dixon,
Prof. and Mrs. W. H. Waterman,
Prof. and Mrs. A. H. Marckwardt
and Prof. and Mrs. H. F. Vaughan.
The patrons list continues
with Prof. and Mrs. D. L. Dui-
mond, Prof. and Mrs. C. N. Davi-
son, Prof. and Mrs. Hardin Van
Duersen, Prof. and Mrs. Freder-
ick K. Sparrow, Prof. and Mrs.
P. T. Sperling, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick,. Dr. Margaret Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Kilgore, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Erb, and
Prof. and Mrs. Robert Hall.
The list concludes with Prof.
and Mrs. Carlton F. Wells, Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Pacquariello,
Mr. and Mrs. William Culligan,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison, Mr.

and Mrs. Roger McNaughton, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald J. Bogue and Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Tewes.
"Open sesame" is under the
chairmans ip of Polly Thompson
Alpha Phi, and Kay McCord, Pi
Beta Phi, assistant chairman and
head of finance. Other committee
heads are: patrons, Jane Quail,
Delta Delta Delta; programs, Jean
Lee Van Leeuven, Gamma Phi
Beta; decorations, Mary Alice
Cheney, Alpha Gamma Delta;
publicity, Shirley August, Alpha
Epsilon Phi; refreshments, Mary
Buckmaster, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma; and tickets, Jerry Gaffney,
Delta Gamma.
Union Formal
'Will Be Given
'Dec. 13, 14
For the first time in the history
of Union sponsored dances, the
Union Executive Council will pre-
sent a two night Union Formal
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday
and Saturday, Dec. 13 and 14 in
the Union Ballroom.
To accommodate a larger pro-
portion of i he student body, coup-
les are limited to one night at-
tendance. Tickets will be limited
to 450 eacc night, and are to be
available only to those holding
Union cards.
Ticket Sales
The sale of tickets will open
fromn3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
Union desk. Men are required to
present their Union cards for
stamping 4t the time of purchase.
A maximum of 200 tickets will be
sold each day.
Intermission entertainment is
being planned in which compus
talent will be featured. Corsages
will be presented to each couple at
the door.
Tinker To Play
Frank Tinker and his 14-piece
orchestra, featuring the vocals of
Patti DuPont, will play for the
event.
Co-chairmen for the formal are
George Shaffer and Milan Mis-
kovsky. Other chairmen include
Jerry Comer. Brad Straatma,
Dick Cortright, Allan Farnsworth,
Eugene Sikorovsky, Arthur Der-
Derian, Andrew Poledor and Louis
Lapierre.

For Interviewing
Petitions for three junior and
two sophomore positions on the
League - Interviewing Committee
are due aT noon Monday in the
Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Women chosen for these posts
will compose the junior and sen-
ior membership of the new com-
mittee which has been set up to
conduct all petitioning and inter-
viewing for League Council and
committee posts. Coeds now hold-
ing junior positions in the League
are eligible for the Interviewing
Committee positions.
Interview Schedule
Interviews for applicants for
committee posts will be held from
2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, and
from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 6, in the Council Room.
Ten-minute interviews are to
be held, and each coed petitioning
should sign for an interviewing
time when she hands in her peti-
tion. An eligibility card signed by
the Merit -Tutorial Committee of
the League must be presented at
the interview.
The Interviewing Committee is
to consist of seven members, in-

Committee
eluding two seniors, three juniors,
and two sophomodes. The senior
members will hold the posts of
chairman and secretary.
Rotating Membership
A rotating membership plan is
to be followed whereby two junior
members will be appointed to the
senior posts each year, with one
sophomore receiving a junior ap-
pointment. "This plan will give a
continuity of membership neces-
sary for ;such an organization,"
Jean Louise Hole, chairman of
the Women's Judiciary Council,
said.
The Judiciary group will con-
tinue its function of supervision
of house rules, with its former
work of conducting interviewing
and petitioning being carried on
by the newly-formed Interviewing
Committee. .
Mrs. Rex Parker, Alpha Phi
governor of district four from To-
ronto, will be visiting on campus
today through Thursday.
An alumnae dessert will be pre-
sented in her honor today at the
Alpha Phi house and a special
lheoan will be given at noon.

For students finding them-
selves confined to campus for the
holiday, the Union Executive
Council will sponsor a Thanksgiv-
ing Dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
Women will be given 12:30 a.m.
late permission for the Thanks-
giving holiday.
Frank Tmnker and his 14-piece
orchestra with vocalist Patti Du-
Pont are to play for the affair.
DIRECTORY SALES
MONDAY, DEC. 2

Women interested in working as
nursery aide volunteers zt the Per-
'ry Nursery School mzay, sig n up in
the Undeigraduate Office of the
League.
Workers are needed from noon
to 1 p.m. on Wednesday and Fri-
day, and Lom 2:45 to 4 p.m. on
Monday through Friday. Free
lunch will be given to thiose work-
ing from noon to 1 p.m.
The Personnel Committee of the
League will contact the volunteers,
who should leave their names, tel-
ephone numbers and addresses on
the bulletin board in t he Under-
graduate office of the League.

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THE ALLEN EL HOTEL
THANKSGIVING DINNER

MENU!

JUVENILE PIANIST-Doris Webster, 6, performed Mozart's
Concerto in A major and Chopin's Minte Waltz when she
appeared with the Chamber Music Guild ochestra in Washing-
ton.
WAA N-[---
WAA Club meetings will be held ly meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
this week as follows: today in the WAB.
Archery Club: The tournaments Opening swimming will be held
will continue this week with begin- at 7:30 p.m. today. The following
ners and intermediates at 4:45 Swimming Club members must be
p.m. Thursday downstairs in the present in order to qualify for the
WAB. The Thursday meeting is Union open house water show:
also open to coeds interested in Janet Adams, Janet Buckley, Ellen
archery who are not enrolled in Crawley, Mildred Denecke, Sally
the tournament., Donovan, Gloria Miller, Mary Pin-
Rifle Club: There will be an or- ney, Bea Richards, Rosemarie
ganization meeting at 5 p.m. today Schoetz, Margaret Davey, Roxie
in the WAB. Both beginners and Taylor, Giony Nichlas.
advanced shooters may join the
club. Zeta Tai Alpha will hold a for-
Bowling Club: Places are still mal dinner at 7:30 p.m. Friday at
open for coeds in the 'Bowling the Barton Hills Country Club
Club, whica meets at 3 p.m. each for members and their dates for
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Panhel Ball.
at the Ann Arbor Recreation al-
leys. Women are urged to register The Union pool will be open
with Gwen Sperlich at the alleys to all women on campus from'
on the day they wish to bowl, and 9 to l1 a.m. Saturday. Nr
should bring their dues at that
time. regular meeting of the Swim-
Golf Club: The Golf Club will ming Club will be held, but
meet at 5 p.m. today in the A members are urged to practice
lounge. The club is still open to at this time.
interested women, who should call
Betsy Moore at 4879 for further in- DIRECTORY SALES
formation.
WAA Board: The regular week- MONDAY, DEC. 2
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Famine committee meet at 5:00
today, in Lane Hall.
Association Council meeting at+
7:30 tonight, Lane Hall.
Thanksgiving Tea for Congre-
gational Disciples Guild members
and friends at 4:30 today, Guild
house, 438 Maynard.
MYDA meeting at 7:30 tonight,
Union. Bring eligibility cards.
Inter Racial Association meet-
ing at 7:30 tonight, Union.
U. of M. chapter of the Inter-
collegiate iionist Federation of
America meeting at 7:45 tonight,
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation.
Michigan Dames Drama Group
meet at 8:00 tonight at the home
of Mrs.G retchen Langschwager,
816 Tappan, Apt. 3.
Lutheran Student Association
Tea andtcoffee hour, 4:00 to 5:30
today at the Center, 1904 Hill
Street. Mr. Andreas Schanke,
guest. All students are invited.
Mr. Andreas Schanke, member
of the staff of the World Student
Christian Federation, will speak
at 7:30 tonight, Lane Hall. All
students invited.
Coming Events
AVC meeting scheduled for
Wed., Nov. 27, has been postponed.
AVC Record Hop, scheduled for
Wed., Nov. 27, has been postponed.
There will be a Record Hop on
Wed., Dec. 4.

Lecture with motion pictures at
8:30 p.m., Wed., Nov. 27, Lydia
Mendelssoan Theater. "Mexican
Holiday," Robert Friers; auspices
of the La -ociedad Hispanica. The
public is cordially invited.
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