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Sophisticated Styling To Be Carried Out
In Music, Decorations atPanhellenic Ball

Sophistication in music and
decorations will highlight the 1948
presentation of Panhellenic Ball,
"Mood Indigo," which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 13 in the IM Building.
Will Osborne, talented orches-
tra leader and vocalist, will provide
the music.
The sophistication style of Os-
borne's orchestra will set the pace
for decorations on the "Mood In-
digo" theme. The color scheme will
be blue and silver.
At one end of the ballroom, a
skyline with a top-hatted silhou-
ette in front will help, transport
dancers to lands of make-believe.t
A tne lar end, two silhouette

caricaturespnofnmusicians will be
the focal point.
* * *
IN LINE with campus tradi-
tion, only central committee mem-
bers will wear corsages.
Tickets for the coed-bid dance
are on sale at University Hall
and the League. "Moods Indigo,"
is open to affiliated graduate
students and alumnae, who may
purchase tickets through their
sorority houses.
Late 1:30 a.m. permission will
be granted to all women who at-
tend the dance.
* * * *
PATRONS FOR THE dance will
include President and Mrs. A. G.
Ruthven, Provost and Mrs. J. P.

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Adams, Vice-President antiMrs.
M. L. Niehuss, Vice-President and
Mrs. H. G. Watkins, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Dean and Mrs. Hayward
Keniston, Dean and Mrs. Walter
Rea, Dean and Mrs. Erich A.
Walter, Dean Mary C. Bromage
and Prof. A. W. Bromage.
The list of patrons continues
with Dean Elsie Fuller, Prof. and
Mrs. John E. Tracy, Miss Ethel
McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. James
R. Bliss, Mrs. Ruth Buck, Mrs.
Daisy Caylord and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Chapel.
Other patrons are Mrs. Staats
J. Cotsworth, Mrs. Dorothy P. Eck-
hart, Mrs. Della Feder, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl M. Gladden, Mrs. Jane
Goodale, Mrs. Edith Guinn, Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Hansen, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Henderson.
Also patrons are Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Janusch, Dr. and Mrs. David
Kallman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ko-
kales, Mrs. Rose Kreuger, Mrs.
William Orr, Mrs. John Owen, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Parsons, Mrs.
Gladys Piatt, Mrs. RobertRomine,
Mrs. Boaler Rowles, Mrs. Jessie
Russell, Mrs. Martha Stanford,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederic Stan-
ton, Mrs. C. E. Ufer, Mrs. Richard
Williams, and Mrs. Virginia Wil-
Final Games
To Be Played
As the Volleyball tourney is
running into the final weeks,
games scheduled at preferred
times may not be cancelled, ac-
cording to Jan Olivier, tourna-
ment manager.
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. Pi Beta Phi I, Stock-
well I vs. Vaughan I; 7:15 p.m.
-Jordan II vs. Mosher III, Jordan
III vs. Stockwell IV; 8 p.m.-
Markley vs. Mosher II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Sigma
Delta Tau vs. Alpha Delta Pi I,
Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Pi Beta Phi
III; 7:15 p.m.-Newberrry II vs.
Stockwell VII, Hollis House vs.
Tri Delta II; 8 p.m. - Alpha
Gamma Delta II vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Alpha Phi
I, Jordan VI vs. Stockwell II; 7:15
p.m.-Martha Cook II vs. Freeman
House, Chi Omega I vs. Newberry;
8 p.m.-Couzens vs. Alpha Chi
Omega I, Mosher I vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta I.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Stevens'
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma IV,'
Cheever vs. Zone IV; 7:15 p.m.-
Jordan IV vs. Chi Omega III; 8
p.m.-Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Alpha
Chi Omega III, Kappa Alpha
Theta II vs. Stockwell I.

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EDITOR'S NOTE-The following column ofnews about student families at
Willow Village will be a regular feature of The Daily Women's Page. Persons
having items to contribute may contact Mrs. Donaldson at 1412 Oakham
Garden Club will open its fall season of meetings Tuesday, Nov.
16, with Marion Wilson, project services adviser, as guest speaker.
ahe will show scenic pictures of the United States, including Willow
Membership is open to any interested Village residents and
meetings at the University Community Center are held on the third
Tuesday of each month. Programs will include discussions of planting
and care of flowers, flower arrangements and sight-seeing trips to
During the past two seasons the club has been given seeds, bulbs,
plants and shrubbery by the Ann Arbor Garden Club. Mrs. Blaine
Rabbers is temporary chairman of the group.
* * * *
HARRY A. LEITER, musical director of J. L. Hudson Co. of
Detroit, will present the musical appreciation program of Student
Wives Club at 8 p.m. Tuesday instead of Saturday as previously an-
Members of the cooperative nursery will be guests at the open
When the drive for used clothing was opened two years ago by
Village Church Fellowship, the typical reaction was, "Since living
at the Village we have had to wear all our old clothes and we haven't
a thing to give away."
PEOPLE RANSACKED their closets, however, and so far have
come up with 100 bags' valued at $1,000, according to the Rev. J. E.
Clean, serviceable clothing is also being collected by Chapel
Chums, teen age group of Christ Chapel, for shipment overseas.
THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE of the Village Church Fellowship
will sponsor a family potluck supper at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14.
The main dish and coffee will be prepared by the committee.
Guests should bring table service, milk for children and a salad or
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Crop and Saddle
To Reorganize
Crop and Saddle will ride again
this year if enough interest is
shown at the reorganizational
meeting to be held at 5:10 p.m.
tomorrow in the big lounge of
Discontinued last year due to
the lack of riding facilities, the
club has arranged this year to ride
at the Ranch Hill Stables on
Riding will continue as long as
weather permits and the group
will be open to any woman inter-
ested in riding. Transportation will
be furnished to the stables after
the group is organized and regular
riding begins.
During the winter season the
club, under temporary manager
Rosanne Heim, will hold confirma-
tion classes with instruction on
horsemanship and riding skills.
In previous years Crop and
Saddle has held an annual horse
show with over 50 students partici-
JGP Notes
JGP finance committee will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the AB Room of the League.

Bridge lessons, in preparation
for the national intercollegiate
duplicate bridge tournament, will
be sponsored by the Union and
League at 7:30 p.m. every Wednes-
day in the ballroom of the Union.
This series of bridge lessons will
be given by Mrs. Bernard Agruss,
winner ofthe All-American bridge
4 People interested will be di-
vided into advanced and be-
ginners groups.
There will be a charge of tweny-
five cents per person which will go

into a fund to finance expendi-
tures for trips to various tourna-
ments throughout. the country.
These trips will be for students
only and the best players will be
Students, faculty members
and the wives of both students
and faculty members are ii-
vited to attend the lessons:
Those who do not plan to enter
the tournaments are also invited
to attend the lessons.


Eat at
Sunday 5:00 P.M. to Saturday 2:30 P.M.
Sunday Breakfast 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
THE WHITE SPOT... 517 E. Will1am
When downtown stop at the White Spot - 328 South Main

Bridge Lessons To Aid Students
Interested in Tournament Play

WAA Notes

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Ballet Club-Beginners and in-
termediates will meet together at
7 p.m. today in the Barbour gym
dance studio.
Archery Club --There will be a
meeting at 5 p.m. today in the
WAB. The next meeting will be at
5 p.m. Wednesday in the WAB.
*, * *

$2.50 to $5.00


Bowling Club-Teams will
this week from 3:30 to 5:30
Monday through Thursday.
* * *


ed to come in jeans and rubber
soled shoes.
* * *
Basketball . Club -The organi-
zational meeting will take plare
at 4 p.m. Friday in Barbour gym.
Officials Club.- Members can
sign for volleyball games in Bar-
bour Gym on the tournament
board. Each woman should do one
game a week or more. The basket-
ball division will begin soon. Mem-
bers are requested to obtain the
1948-49 basketball rules and will
be contacted within a week. New
members are welcome. Anyone
interested in basketball officiating
can contact Jeri Mulson, 2-5618.
Treasurers-There will be an
important meeting for all treas-
urers of WAA clubs at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the fencing room of
Barbour Gym. All treasurers are
requested to attend, according to
Beverly Haley, treasurer of WAA.

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. Badminton Club-A meeting will
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Barbour gym. The club is still
open to membership.

for the festive
season ahead!


Soph Cabaret
Refreshment Committee of
Soph Cabaret will meet at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the Sewing
Room of the League.

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