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FRIDAY, OCTOBEU -1, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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League Council To Present
'H alow-Moon' Dance Today

Coeds May Submit Panhel Petitions

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"Hallow-moon," the League's
oed-bid formal dance, will be pre-
sented from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
day in the League Ballroom.
Fran Wine-Gar and his orches-
tra with Nola, vocalist, will pro-
vide dance music for the event.
Student talent to be featured dur-
ing the intermission will include
Sarah Thrush, lyric soprano; Will
Perry and Jack Evans, popular
piano duo and Francille Worth-
man, blues singer.
Decorations will be centered
on a Halloween theme with the
Party Planned
( A Halloween party will be
held by Delta Epsilon Pi, Orth-
odox student society at 8 p.m.
today in the social hall of Saint
Nicholas Orthodox Church.
The Halloween party will be
supplemented by decorations of
the holiday theme accompanied
by games and dancing.
Plans for the party will be in
the hands of Bette Ellis, and
Christine Maheras will take
charge of the decorations.

traditional witches, pumpkin
and harvest moon figures onI
display. Guests will also receive
souvenir programs. Refresh-
ments of cider and doughnuts
will be served throughout the
evening in the Grand Rapids
Room.
Starting a new policy at dances,
tables will be reserved for guests
when they enter the dance. They
will keep the same tables through-
out the evening.
Fred Waring will be a guest of
his musical friend, Fran Wine-
Gar at the dance. He will attend
"Hallow-moon" following his
performance at Hill Auditorium.
Remaining tickets for the affair
will be on sale from 9 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. today in the Undergraduate
Office of the League. The price of
the tickets, including tax, is $2.00.
Proceeds of the dance will go
to the League Undergraduate
Fund which is used for the vari-
ous League activities during the
year.
Chairman of the dance is Bar-
bara Busse, social committee
chairman of the League.

FALL SUITS
$3300
Values to $40.00
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At the College Shop,
Daytime Dresses
9.98 .
For misses and juniors . . . wools and rayons, in-
cluding crepes and gabardines. Classic, softly tail-
ored and dressy styles. Bright and dark colors,
fashion-wise neutrals.
Also A Group of Dresses at 19.98
Formals, 19.98
Dinner dress types and formal evening styles suit-
able for wear now and through winter. Rayon
taffetas and nets in the group. A good assortment
of colors. Misses' and junior sizes.
Blouses 1.98 and 3.98
Excellent choosing from classic and softly tailored
styles in cottons and rayons. White and colors.
Lingerie as Marked
Included are lacy and tailored slips, nightshirts in
pretty cotton prints and tailored cotton pajamas.

VOCALISTS-The Clooney sis-
ters will be featured with Tony
Pastor's orchestra at Assembly's
A-I:col, semi-formal dance to be
held from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
Saturday, Nov. 8, in the Intra-
mural Building.
Honeymoon
Plane made
For Royalty
LONDON, Oct. 30 - (AP) - Lt.
Philip Mountbatten borrowed a
home from his uncle in which to
spend the first part of his honey-
moon with Princess Elizabeth,
Buckingham Palace disclosed to-!
day.
After the royal wedding in
Westminster Abbey on Nov. 20,
the former Prince Philip of Greece
will take his bride to Spacious
Broadlands, home of Lord and
Lady Mountbatten near the an-
cietit Norman town of Romsey in
Hampshire.
Couple To Visit Scotland
Buckingham Palace announced
that the second part of the honey-
moon, whose length was not dis-
closed, will be spent in Birkhall,
an ivy-covered residence on a 6,000
acre estate near the royal palace
in Balmoral, Scotland.
Meanwhile, the Evening Stand-
ard's "woman correspondent" de-
clared that Elizabeth "will have a
trousseau fit for a princess after
all," and gave these details:
Old Lace Trims Trousseau
"It will be a beautiful collection
of misty blue, pink and white chif-
fons and silks, heavily trimmed
with real old lace, satin ribbons
and exquisite hand embroidery.
"One of the most romantic items
is a lovely tea gown. Many ensem-
bles of nightgown, negligee, bed
jacket, and cami-knickers are in-
cluded. Hyacinth, blue, periwin-
kle blue, shell and flesh pinks are
some of the shades chosen by the
princess."
Crop and Saddle
Will Hold Show
University students and Ann Ar-
bor residents will participate in
the annual Crop and Saddle
Horseshow to be held at 1 p.m. to-
morrow at Golfside Stables.
In event of rain the show will be
held on the inside ring of the sta-
bles. Transportation will be pro-
vided for all those who wish to at-
tend leaving from the WAB be-
tween noon and 12:30 p.m. Satur-
day. No admission to the show
will be charged.
Additional entries may be made
by calling Gratia Boice at 2-3225.

By JEAN WHITNEY and MARILYN JONES
SOCIAL ACTIVITY on campus will be slightly toned down this week-
end with hordes of students heading for the game with the Illini.
as the mighty Wolverine invades Champaign. In addition to the Wnion
mixer, the League Dance and Fred Waring's concert, fraternities, so-
rorities and residences will have parties for those remaining here.
The Alpha Chi's will be initiating a 'new type of mixer, an "Hour
Dance," when they entertain the Sig Ep's at the house from 7 to 8 p.m.
today. The idea for this type of dance originated at the Sig Ep chapter
at the University of Nebraska.
Wenley house will hold a dance and bridge party from 8 p.m.
to midnight today. In keeping with the Halloween spirit, the
house will be decorated with pumpkins, jack-o'-lanterns, and black
cats. Cider, apples and doughnuts are to be served.
Secrecy surrounds the dance to be given at the Adelia Cheever
House from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today. Stella Wilson, publicity
chairman, would not reveal entertainment or refreshment plans but
stated that there will be square dancing and decorations following a
Halloween theme.
THE DELTS will highlight their weekend by honoring their pledges
at a formal dinner-dance tomorrow. After a dinner at Delta Shel-
ter for the pledges, officers and their dates, the remaining actives and
their dates will serenade the hcnor guests. Music will be furnished by
Tom McNall and his orchestra, with Jackie Ward as vocalist. The
honor guests will include Norman Goeckel and Audrey LaFrance, Jim
Reece and Carol Anderson, Jim White and Dorian Widamayer, Bill
Ohlenroth and Jane Taylor, Rod Kessler and Irene Straub, and Dave
Wilder and Rosalie Brown. The list continues with Jack Bay and Pat
McLean, Chuck Kelly and Sue Hughes, John Ryder and Joan Anne
Heise, Jim Chagnon and Betty Hutchins, Dick Carlson and Joan Tay-
ler, John McConnell and Nancy Williams, Dick Lewis and Jerry Moffat,
and Dona Lamler and Virginia Kady.
Fletcher Hall will entertain their dates at an informal party to-
morrow to listen to the game, dance and play cards. Hot dogs, cokes
and pop-corn will be served.
The Pi Phi's will give a turn-about party today including a
scavenger hunt and a dance at the house. As an added novelty,
the coeds will pick up their dates.
According to Social Chairman Ben Selving, a "Witchngoon" dance
will be given at the University Fresh Air Camp today by Greene House.
Blue jeans and plaid shirts are to be worn by those attending the in-
formal party.

All eligible coeds interested in
working on Panhellenic Recogni-
tion Night program may submit
their petitions Monday in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
Positions open include general
chairman, program arrangements
chairman, program chairman, fi-
nance chairman and patrons
chairman.
Interviewing before the Panhel-
lenic Executive Board will begin

from 4 to 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, 3
to 5 p.m. Thursday. and 4 to 6 p.m.
Friday. Additional intervicw will
be held from 4 to 5 pm. Monday,
Nov. 10, and from 4 (o 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Nov. 12.
Coeds may sign for interviews
at the time they submit their peti-
tions.
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