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kR 19 1947 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Final Foot-Ball' Informal
Now Titled 'Rose Bowl Ball'

IFC Dance

Ticket

Sales

With circumstances pointing to
a more definite path, the Wol-
verine Club announces a change to
"Rose Bowl Ball" for the name of
their informal dance to be held
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Sat-.
urday in the Intramural Building.
The event, formerly called
"Final Foot-Ball" will feature the
music of Bob Strong and his band,
who appeared for the first time in
Ann Arbor last year at Slide Rule
Ball.
Strong will bring with him a
Panhel Committee
Chairmen Chosen
Panhellenic Recognition Night
committee chairmen have been
announced by the Panhellenic Ex-'
ecutive Board.
General chairman is Harriet
Mermelstein, Sigma Delta Tau;
program arrangements, Virginia
Nicklas, Delta Delta Delta; pro-
grams, Ann Norris, Kappa Delta;
patrons, Mary Ann Kennedy,
Kappa Alpha Theta; and finance,
Rosemarie Schoetz, Gamma Phi
Beta.

retinue of talent including vo-
calist, comedy teams and instru-
mental soloists. The band,
which was originally formed as
a commercial radio studio out-
fit, will demonstrate its distinc-
tive style in many of Strong's
own compositions.
"Rose Bowl Ball" will be pre-
sented in honor of the successful
' 1947 football season, and will be
informal to accommodate guests
from Ohio State.
Decorations will center on a
"rose" theme in accordance with
the new name.
Tickets for the affair are on
sale in University hall, at the
Engine Arch, and have been dis-
tr buted in men's dormitories.
Arrangements for the dance
have been made by members of
the Wolverine Club. The Club
consists of students interested in
improving school spirit in relation
to athletic events.
Earlier this fall the club was1
instrumental in planning flash
card displays, which added a
note of color to home games.
In cooperation with the Varsityf

BOB STRONG
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Commnittee of the Student Leg-
islature they have arranged the
season's pep rallies.
Wolverine Club members plan-
ning the dance include Anne Sir-
ota, general chairman and Gene
Lamb, publicity.

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Professional IFC dance has been
opened to all students, and tickets
will be on sale from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. today through Friday at the
Union.
Bob Strong's orchestra with vo-
calist, instrumental soloists and
specialty numbers will furnish
music for the dance, which is to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day in the League Ballroom.
Coeds have been granted 1:30
a.m. permission to attend the
semi-formal dance. Decorations
will be furnished by the separate
professional fraternities.
An intermission program has
been planned and will include
Crawford Brown and his marion-
ettes, a singing sextet and a rhum-
ba dance number.
The ball is being presented by
the affiliated members of the
Schools of Medicine, Law and
Dentistry and will inaugurate a
new campus event. The dance is
open to professional fraternity
members and their guests.
Bob Laidlou and Bruce Mac-
Millan are co-chairmen for the
dance. They will be assisted by
Thaddeus Joos, tickets; Michael
Gilbert, intermission program;
Milton Bryant, band; Marvin
Davis, decorations; Willard Sny-
der, invitations and chaperones;
and David Pietz and Phil John-
son, publicity.
WAA Notices
Crop and Saddle--An impor-
tant business meeting will be held
at 5 p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
* :
Badminton--Members will play
at 7:30 p.m. today in Barbour
Gym. All women are invited to
attend.
Modern Dance-All members
must be dressed by 7 p.m. today
for a master class and demonstra-
tion in the dance studio of Bar-
bour Gym.
Golf-Movies will be shown at
5:15 p.m. today in the basement of
the WAB. The public is invited to
attend.
Physical Education Club - Dr.
Juana deLaban will present the
junior and senior Physical Edu-
cational majors in regular dance
class procedure and modern dance
technique at 9 a.m. today in Bar-
bour Gym.
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Petition Dates
Announced
By League
Petitions for senior positions will
be due Saturday, Nov. 29 and in-
terviewing will begin Monday, Dec.
1 and continue through Dec. 12,
according to Jo Reuland.
Petitioners are required to sign
for an interviewing time on the
Undergraduate bulletin board by
Nov. 29, or they will not be al-
lowed an interview.
The senior positions will be
announced at the annual League
Installation Night, which is held
in the spring.
Information concerning the
duties of the various posts may be
found in the President's Reports
in the Office of the Social Direc-
tor of the League, in the League
Lowdown and on the bulletin
board in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
The positions open are officers
of the League: president, vice-
president, secretary, treasurer,
chairman of Judiciary Council
and chairman of the Interview-
ing Committee.
Other positions include the fol-
lowing standing committees:
chairman of Casbah, chairman of
Casbah Floorshow, chairman of
Casbah Publicity, chairman of
Casbah Decorations, chairman of
Dance Class committee, Dance
Class Finance Chairman and two
Dance Class captains.
The list concludes with chair-
man of Drives, chairman of Merit-
Tutorial committee, chairman of
Orientation, chairman of Person-
nel, chairman of Publicity,
League Representative on the Stu-
dent Book Exchange, and chair-
man of Social committee.
Faculty Tea
Wilt Be Held
Faculty members of the chemis-
try and physics departments will
be special guests of the second Stu-
dent-Faculty Hour of the semes-
ter, to be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow
in the Russian Tea Room of the
League.
Co-sponsored by Assembly and
Panhellenic Associations, the af-
fairs provide students with an op-
portunity to become acquainted
with their professors.
All students are invited to at-
tend in campus attire. Plans are
being made to hold the teas weekly
throughout the year, and various
departments of the University will
be honored.
Native Dances
To Be Presented
A demonstration of Indian
dance techniques to a "master
class," and a program of New
MexicanaIndian Dances will be
presented by a foremost authority
on native dances, Tula, to the
members of the Modern Dance
and Ballet Clubs and other invit-
ed persons at 7 p.m. today in Bar-
bour. Gym.
Tula, a recognized anthropolo-
gist and dance ethnologist, will
give a "premier" of the native
dance, "Lost Concheros," with the
use of self accompaniment on a
lute from the Stern Collection.
Her dances have been taken di-
rectly from fiestas and ceremonies
of the New Mexican Indians, with
whom she worked during the past
summer.

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LERINA Maria Redina. Complete
English titles. Thurs., Fri., Sat,
8:30 p.m.
Theta Sigma Phi: Meeting,
Thurs., Nov. 20, 7:30 p.m., Edito-
rial Room, Haven Hall. Plans for
fashion show and for trip to Chi-
cago will be discussed.
Alpha Phi Omega: Meeting for
pledges and members, 7:30 p.m.,
Thurs., Nov. 20, Rm. 315, Michi-
gan Union.
linternational Center weekly tea,
4:30-5:30 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 20.
Committee on Cooperation of
S.R.A.: Meeting of representatives,
Thurs., Nov. 20, 8 p.m., Lane Hall,
The Student Federalists will
present the Michigan Debate
Team on the topic "World Federa-
tion Now?" at 7:30 p.m., Thurs.,
Nov. 20, Rm. 319, Michigan Un-
ion.
Following the debate there will
be a panel discussion by foreign
students on World Government as
port of International Student's
Day ceremonies.
Armenian Students' Association:
Meeting, Fri., Oct. 21. Rm. 305,
Michigan Union, 7:30 p.m. Guest
speaker. Dr. Byron O. Hughes.

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