THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Humane Society To Receive
Proceeds of Benefit Show
'Elysian Eve' Professional IFC
To Feature Kenton, Strong Todayl
Proceeds of the annual benefit
show for the Ann Arbor Humane
society, which will feature local
and campus talent at 8:30 p.m. to-
day in the Masonic Temple audi-
torium will be used for winter op-
erating expenses at the Goodyear
Enlargement of the program of
humane education is hoped for in
the future, but the immediate ob-
ject of the organization is effi-
cient service to the community in
regard to suffering, lost, and un-
In order to carry out these plans,
the future, but the immediate ob-
salary of the Humane officer,
maintainance of the truck owned
by the society, food for animals at
the shelter, and routine shelter ex-
Master of the ceremonies for the
performance will be Steve Filipak,
and other entertainers include An-
drew White, baritone; Gerry Rose,
marimba soloist; Bob Braisted,
*nio soloist; the varsity quartet;
a group of dancers from the Sylvia
,tudios; Norton the magician;
carol Swanson, soprano; and the
Saddle Ridge Buckzroos.
Fifteen hundred couples will at-
tend "Elysian Eve," the 1947 Pan-
hellenic presentation, featuring
Stan Kenton, to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Intra-
The 1500 ticket quota was set by
the central committee to prevent
overcrowding of this year's Pan-
hel formal, which will have the
music of the band that has created
a popular sensation with their rev-
olutionary arrangements of Ameri-
Stan Kenton attraeted nation-
wide popularity last year with
his strange combinations of har-
monic structure and the pulsat-
ing rhythms. His vocalist, June
Chrifty has also created a style
of singing which typifies Ken-
ton's idea of "American" music.
Gleaming white columns will
give the I.M. Building the atmos-
phere of ancient Greece, around
which the dance theme has been
planned. The programs will dis-
play a silver Winged Victory on a
Among the patrons for Pan-
hel Ball are President and Mrs.
A. G. Ruthven, Vice-President
and Mrs. J. P. Adams, Vice-
President and Mrs. M. L. Nie-
huss, Vice-President and Mrs. R.
P. Briggs, Dean Alice C. Lloyd,
and Dean and Mrs. E. A. Walter.
According to Edith Livermore,
tickets chairman, couples will not
be admitted on ticket stubs alone
but must have the full ticket.
Alpha Phi Omega, national serv-
ice fraternity, will have charge of
the check rooms, giving all their
proceeds to the University Fresh
Will Meet Today
'Ensian pictures of all members
of Mortar Board will be taken at
12:45 a.m. today on the steps in
front of Angell Hall.
S* * 1
Martha Cook Building will
honor the members of Senior So-
ciety at a tea from 3:30 to 5:30
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First Annual Ba I I
Bob Strong's orchestra will be
featured at the Professional IFC
dance, to be presented from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the League Ball-
The ball is being presented by
the affiliated members of the
Schools of Medicine, Dentistry
and Law. The dance, inaugurating
a new campus event, is being given
by the professional Interfrater-
nity Council in order to improve
the relationship among the fra-
ternities of the three schools.
The distinctive style of
Strong's orchestra is accredited
to the fact that Strong person-
ally supervises the arrangements
himself. He will bring vocalists,
instrumental soloists and spe-
cialty numbers to add variety to
An intermission program has
been planned and will include
Crawford Brown and his marion-
ettes, a singing sextet and a rhum-
ba dance number.
Tickets for the semi-formal
dance, which is open to all stu-
dents, are on sale from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. today at the Union. Dec-
orations will be furnished by the
various professional fraternities.
Coeds attending the ball have
been granted 1:30 a.m. permis-
Bob Laidlou and Bruce MacMil-
lan are co-chairmen for the affair.
Other committee chairmen are
Thaddeus Joos, tickets; Michael
Gilbert, intermission program;
Milton Bryant, band; Marvin
Davis,decorations; Willard Sny-
der, invitations and chaperones;
and Dave Pietz and Phil Johnson,
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The dance, sponsored by the
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"ROSY" WEEKEND is in store for Michigan fans, as the pigskin
season closes with the final whistle in the Ohio State game to-
morrow. Fraternities, residences, and sororities will be holding open
houses, record dances and pledge formals in addition to a number of
all campus dances.
Acacia fraternity will have a "Rose Bowl Bound" dance at their
Douse tomorrow, following a buffet supper after the game. Decorations,
naturally enough, will be rose bowls. Among the guests will be two for-
mer football players, Cecil and Merrill Haas of Detroit.
Chi Phi's and their dates will dance to the music of Al Rice
and his band from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow. Refreshments
will be served and football decorations will be the keynote of the
Ohio State SAM's will be guests at a record dance tomorrow.
Decorations and refreshments will follow a prohibition theme. A buf-
fet lunch is to be served before the game, according to Social Chair-
man Dan Gilbert.
"PREVIEW OF COMING Attractions," in the best Hollywood premier
style, will honor the Pilam pledges today. Art Starr's band will
play for this formal dance.
Ivan Parker will call at the Jordan Barn Dance tomorrow. In ad-
dition to calling the dances, Parker will bring records and teach square
dancing, Jean Raabe, social chairman, stated.
A father and son combination, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis of
Youngstown, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of Ann Arbor,
will chaperone the Chi Psi dance at Gleaner Hall tomorrow. Art
Starr and his sextet will furnish music for the blue jeaned dancers,
and Thanksgiving decorations will be featured.
A"Monte Carlo" party will highlight the Phi Sigma Kappa weekend
The record dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow will
offer games of chance and unique favors. It is hoped that these rabbit
foot favors will bring luck to the gamblers, in a "ritzy night club set-
ting," Max Iverson, social chairman, said.
John Oakes band will play for dancing at the Alpha Delt pledge
formal tomorrow. Miniature paddles will be given out as favors.
The Tri Delts will give a musicale at their house at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Betty Estes and Helen Bower will play the piano; Lynn Wohlgemuth,
Ruth Campbell and Jean Lyman will sing; and Audry Buttery will
give a monologue.
Tom McNall's band with Jackie Ward, vocalist, will play for the
last football dance at the Phi Delt house tomorrow, following an open
house and buffet supper.
The DKE's will celebrate the weekend with an open house buffet
supper and dance featuring, Al Starr and his orchestra tomorrow.
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