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27, 1946'


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Panhel Ball Ticket
Sales End Today

Dance To Be Open to Independent,
Sonny Dunham's Band To Provide


Tickets for Panhel Ball, "Open
Sesame," will go on sale for the
last time from 9 a.m. to noon and
1 to 3 p.m. today at the booth in
the League lobby.
"Open Sesame" will be present-
ed by Panhellenic Association for
the entire campus from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday in Waterman Gym-
nasium. Both independent and af-
filiated coeds attending the ball
will be granted late permission un-
til 1:30 a.m. A special invitation
has been extended to independents
for the benefit of those remaining
on campus over Thanksgiving
Sonny Dunham To Play
Sonny Dunham and his sixteen-
piece orchestra will provide music
and entertainment for this wom-
en-bid dance. Pete Hanley, vo-
calist, and Sonny Dunham, ac-
complished on both trombone and
trumpet will be featured with the
Michigan Reunion
To Be Presented
At Meadowbrook
Frank Dailey's Meadowbrook
will present 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 during the Christmas vaca-
Meadowbrook is located at Cedar
Grove, N. J., and full information
on finance and transportation for
the evening will be available soon.
Plans are being made to set up a
booth operated by the Varsity
Committee of the Student Legisla-
ture in University Hall, at which
full information will be available.
Reservations will be necessary
for the evening, and students de-
siring to make reservations now
may send a postcard to Lou Orlin,
952 Greenwood, Ann Arbor. The
card should include name, Ann
Arbor address and phone number,
home address, and number of res-
ervations desired.

Dunham's band is noted for its
original dance arrangements. The
musical accent will be on smooth
and sweet dance music.
Decorations Will Be Arabian
Elaborate decorations have been
planned around the Arabian
theme, "Open Sesame," and a
false ceiling will be constructed in
Waterman Gym. Refreshments

Soph Cabaret
Will Feature
Paul LaVoie
"Soph Tale-Spin," the 1946 edi-
tion of the annual Soph Cabaret,
will be presented from 8:30 p.m.
to midnight, Dec. 7, in the League.
Ticket sales have begun in the
dormitories, sorority houses and
league houses and they will con-
tinue until Saturday. All-campus
sales are to be announced at a later
date, according to Pat Hannagan,
publicity chairman.
Paul LaVoie and his orchestra
will be featured from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the League Ball-
room. Jackie Fisher, romantic
tenor, and Jean Regal are the
vocalists with LaVoie's orches-
tra, and Jimmy Clark, brother of
Lowry Clark, is the arranger on
LaVoie's staff.
Paul LaVoie has been Musical
Director of station WJR in De-
troit for .en years. This young
maestro has directed such pro-
grams as 'Motor City Melodies,"
"FOB Detroit," "Star Time,"
"Bedlam Time," "Studio Party"
and his current show, "Anything
In addition to dancing in the
Ballroom, there will be an in-
formal mixer dance in the Hus-
sey Room. T he Kalamazoo
Room is to be open as a card
and game room, and refresh-
ments will be available in the
Grand Rapids Room.
The program also includes a
floorshow, to be presented three
times during the evening in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. Unique dec-
orations have been planned to
carry out the theme, which is
based on nursery rhymes.
The Cabaret is a traditional
event on campus, written, acted,
directed and produced by sopho-
more women and financed by
their class dues. This year's
proceeds will go to the Univer-
sity Fresh Air Camp.
The Cabaret, produced annually
except- during the duration of the
war, was revived in 1944 with
"Soph Music Bar." Last year's
production, "Mistletoe Mingle"
carried out 4 a Christmas theme
with decorations and costumes.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority won
the Inter-House Volley Bal
Tournament yesterday by de-
feating the Jordan II team by
a score of 41 to 34.

New League
Posts Open
To Women
Eligible junior and sophomore
women may petition for three jun-
ior and two sophomore member-
ships on the League Interviewing
Coeds holding sophomore and
junior positions, as well as other
women not holding League posts
at present, are eligible to apply for
the committee memberships.
Petitions are due in the Un-
dergraduate Office by noon
Monday, and should contain the
candidate's specific plans for
the posts.
Each applicant should submit
the names of a house mother, a
faculty member, and an upper-
class woman as references. Eligi-
bility cards signed by the Merit-
Tutorial Committee of the League
should be brought to the inter-
The-Interviewing Committee
will be in charge of all interview-j
ing and petitioning for LeagueI
positions, a responsibility for-
merly held by the Women's Ju-
diciary Council.
The Council will retain its func-
tion of enforcement of house rules,
while the new group is to have
complete charge of League Inter-
viewing, according to Jean Louise
Hole, Judiciary chairman.

Models In WAB Lobby Depict
Qrowth of Athletic Facilities

Models are now on display in
the lobby of the Women's Athletic
Building showing the changes
which have taken place in the de-
velopment of the women's athletic
field since 1909.
During the preceding year, Re-
gent Peter White had donated to
the University a portion of land
which now makes up a part of
Palmer Field. The land was at
that time divided into lots, many
of which had private homes built
upon them.
The officers of the Women's
Athletic Association in 1909 ac -
companied Dr. James Angell,
then president of the University,
to Detroit to see Senator Thom-
as Palmer. The senator became
so interested in the project that
he contributed more than $3,000
to pay off the debt incurred in
the purchase of land for the new
The WAA continued to sponsor
moneymaking projects for pur-
chase of land for the expansion of
Palmer Field, and, in 1915, discus-
sion of plans for a new club house
became a major interest of the
The new building for which
coeds had been working for so
many years was finally com-
pleted in 1927, and this is the

present Women's Athletic Build-
ing, located at one corner of
Palmer Field. At the same time,
the field was leveled off and new
tennis courts built.
As soon as the WAB was com-
pleted, coeds held a house-warm-
ing party, followed by a sports
conference for high school girls
which gave them additional oppor-
tunity to snow off their new sports
One feature of the WAB of
which the coeds are particularly
proud is the large upstairs lounge.
The building also houses, in addi-
tion to locker rooms, practice
ranges for golf, and archery.

Will Be Held
A Thanksgiving Dance will
sponsored by the Union Executi
Council from 9 p.m. to midnig
today in the Union Ballroom.
The affair is being held to pr
vide an e vening's entertainme
for those students unable to
home for Thanksgiving. As is ti
custom preceding a holiday, 12:
late permission will be granted1
Tickets are available to tho
holding Union cards, and mayl
purchased today at the main de
in the lobby of the Union.
Frank Tinker and his 14-pie
orchestra will furnish the mus
for the informal dance.
Read and Use The M

Union Dance

ve Many League house mothe
ht have given open houses this a
mester because of the need for ac
o- ditional recreational facilities.
nt Among dhose who have held pa
go ties for the residents of the
-he League houses are Mrs. Rose Zir
30 mer, Mrs. H. Wilcox, Mrs. W.
to Simmons, Mrs. Phyllis Miller, Mr
Ralph Shafer, Mrs. Sue Brow
se and Mrs. H. W. Freeman.
be Mrs. P. M. Keusch and Mr
sk Pauline Elliot are planning to ho
open houses in the League. Se
ce eral other house mothers are al
sic planning to hold this type of par
in the near future.
ichigan Daily Class ifieds !

League House
Parties Given
For Residents







Alumnae Council Sponsors Campus
Sale of '47 Engagement Calendars

will be served in Barbour gymna-
sium throughout the evening. Un-
usual dance programs, designed on
the dance theme, will be distribut-
ed to the coeds.
Although the ball will be semi-
formal, men owning tuxedos are
urged to wear them. This dance is
one of the few presented on cam-
pus to which women may invite
their dates.
League Recreation
The League Social Committee
will continue to sponsor Sunday
evening social hours from 7 to
10:30 p.m. Sunday in the League,
in an effort to provide a place for
student recreation.
Music and cards will be avail-
able for student use in the Grand
Rapids Room. Group singing will
be featured in the Kalamazoo
Room, and studying may be done
in the Hussy Room.

A University of Michigan en-
gagement calendar for 1947 will
be sold in dormitories, sororities,
and the Alumnae Office in the
League under the sponsorship of
the Michigan Alumnae Council.
These calendars similar to those
sold last year will be sold by alum-
nae clubs over the country. The
elliptic Michigan seal used last
year will appear on the cover. This
issue will be dedicated to Dr. Mar-
garet Bell and Miss Ethel A. Mc-
The calendar is wrapped in a
folder suitable for mailing. A pic-
ture of a typical spot on campus
will preface each month. Snow-
bound tres, the arboretum in war-
time, an arch in the Law Quadran-
gl, and a summer scene along the
Huron are included in the pictures

designed for the remembrances of
The proceeds from the sales
made are put into the Alumnae
Fund and used for the benefit of
women on campus. Scholarships
are awarded from this fund and
this year the remodeling of Hen-
derson House will be one of the
main projects of the Alumnae
Among the potential Christmas
gifts on sale at the Alumnae Of-
fice are maize and blue playing
cards with pictures of the League
and Union on them.
Small purses called "gobb-1-
bills" are sold in popular colors
of red, green, brown, tan and blue.
Key cases holding eight to the
keys, heavy bookends bearing the
Mhhigan seal, and a booklet
written by Joan V. Bondurant,
'42, called "Sketches in India"
are also on sale.
A few copies of the Blue Book
of Cookery are left. This cookbook
contains recipes from alumnae all
over the world as well as recipes
from the sororities and dormi-
tories at the University.


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