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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12,'194

TAE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Osborne Will Ploy
fit Panhellenic Ball
Unique Plastic Programs, Decorations
To Center on Blue, Silver Color Scheme

Sophisticated styling will key-
note Panhellenic Ball of 1948,
"Mood Indigo," which will be pre-
sented by Panhellenic Association
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
at the IM Building.
Sophistication in music will be
supplied by Will Osborne, talented
arh estra leader and vocalist.
mooth danceability is the high-
light of Osborne's patented "Slide
Music."
Osborne has never cared for
loud, blatant swing, but has put
emphasis on rhythmic music
played with controlled f volume
and good tempo. A tremendous
Soph Cabaret
There will be a rehearsal of
the singing chorus of Soph Cab-
aret at 5 p.m. today in the
League.

repertoire of smoothly played
sweet and swing has helped him
attainasuccess as a popular
dance orchestra.
Decorations in a sophisticated
key based on the "Mood Indigo"
theme will transform the IM ball-
room into a fairyland for dancers.
Blue and silver will predominate.
Huge silhouettes will be the focal
point of attention at either end
of the room.
Novel programs of indigo blue,
created of plastic and celluloid
willcbe given as favors at the
dance.
Tickets for the formal dance,
which is no longer only coed-bid,
may be purchased today on the
Diag, in University Hall, the
League and at the door. In line
with campus tradition only central
committee members will wear cor-
sages.

Sneak Preview
To Be Featured
At Bowery Ball
"Bowery Ball," the first in a
series of specialty dances spon-
sored by the Union Council, will
be presented from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today in the Union Ball-
room.
Larry Maisel will act as master
of ceremonies during the intermis-
sion entertainment. Pollee Thom-
son, a wicked, witty songstress, will
do her own renditions of "Curse
of an Aching Heart" and "If I
Were a Millionaire."
Also on the program will be
Lucille, a comedienne, who will
present a monologue of "His
Merry Oldsmobile." The finale
chorus of Soph Cabaret will give
a sneak preview of "Slumming,"
a tap dance number.
Frank Tinker and his regular
Union orchestra will play for danc-
ing at the strictly informal affair.
Guests are requested to wear old
clothes typical of the Bowery
period.

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By MARJE SCHMIDT and SYLVIA FOLZ
Although Bowery Ball and Panhel's "Mood Indigo" hold the
center of the social spotlight this weekend, a goodly number of houses
will venture forth with parties of their own.
Tonight another Sadie Hawkin's Day eve will be commemorated,'
a-la-SAE. Charmin' Daisy Maes and handsome Li'l Abners will gather
in the hay loft-alias the living room-for the celebration. Kickapoo
joy-juice will be served as inspiration throughout the evening.
SAE pledges are slated to enact the history of Sadie Hawkin's Day.f
Guest of honor and initiator of a new game will be Salome-a real.
live pig! She will provide the entertainment by allowing herself to be
greased and then by seeing how many pledges she can successfullyt
elude.
THETA DELTS will run rampant at their final Football Fling
tomorrow evening. Their dining room will be transformed into a
dancing hall, overflowing with gridiron atmosphere. Couples will find
it necessary to "plow" their way through a giant doorway to reach
the dance floor.
The members of Sigma Chi have planned a formal dinner-
dance in honor of their pledges to be held tomorrow evening. The
pledges' dates will be presented with white rose corsages-the white
rose being the fraternity flower. Miniature paddles will be given as
favors.
As is the tradition, the latest Sig initiates will plan the festive
decorations, and consequently they will remain secret until tomorrow
night. Del Elliot and orchestra will provide mood music for the
affair.
MARTHA COOK COEDS will square-dance to the tune of "Lady
Round the Lady" et al from 8:30 p.m. to midnight tonight. Dave
Palmer will do the calling. For those who prefer a more sophisticated
style, there will be a jukebox to provide intermission music. Another
special feature will be a floorshow put on by some of the coeds. Lots of
refreshments in the form of cider and doughnuts have been promised.
The Acacia "Platter Palace" will feature a disc jockey program
tomorrow night. The men have been working all semester to get
posters of well-known bandleaders from local record shops to
give the decorations that authentic touch. The couples will have
a chance to hear their favorite platters, dance and enjoy the
refreshments.
"Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, the biggest show on earth
-the Chi Psi fun-house." If screams are heard along State Street
tomorrow night, someone is not being -murdered-it's the Chi Psi
fun-house party. Fun mazes, trick mirrors and all, will make for a
good time.
HOTEL "ROYAL ZETE" will be the theme&of the Zeta Psi party
tomorrow night. Cliff Hoff and his orchestra will provide the musical
background. Joe Dean, who performed the feat of stilt-walking at
the Navy game, and the famed "Zete" Quartet, will be on hand for
intermission entertainment.
Smith's Barn will be the scene of the Phi Delt partying
tonight. The barn is the "real thing" even to the extent of chick-
ens cackling at the door. It has gone slightly modern in one
corner of the room where a juke box has been installed. Several
buses will transport couples to and fro.
THE BOWERY WILL BE in the limelight tomorrow night at the
Theta Chi tavern. Checkered tablecloths and candlelight will proceed
to set the proper mood. A harmonious background will be set by
Johnny Harberd and his orchestra. Alumni traveling to see the last
home game of the year will be the honored guests.
* * * *
PRESCOTT HOUSE MEN and their dates will don jeans and
take off in buses at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow for a party at the Fresh
Air Camp. After a-dinner of hot dogs ahd all the trimmings, square-
dancing has been planned.
The Pi Lams will indulge in one of the season's most popular
pastimes tonight when they and their dates go hayriding. Later
in the opening barn dancing will be featured in their elaborately
decorated living room. Straw will replace the usual seating
arrangements. Lanterns suspended from wagon wheels will
provide the lighting.
The Sig Eps will honor their pledges at a formal dinner-dance
tonight. The pledges also have the honor of planning decorations
for the affair, and with the honor being all theirs, we outsiders, activeE
included, can only guess at what is in store.
Bart-the-bard-Rodgers and his wandering minstrels will do
the musical honors. A refreshing and strangely Arabian beverage
is now being concocted and will be served to the guests later this
evening. When one of the actives was khaki-clad and sojourning in
Arabia he picked up the recipe. Here's fair warning: it contains beet
juice!

JQP Supported
By Junior Dues
Finance Committee
To Contact Women
Collection of junior dues by the
finance committee of JGP will
continue until Monday, Nov. 22.
Payment of junior dues is re-
quired of those juniors who wish
to participate in JGP.
During the dues drive, members
of the finance committee, under
the direction of Shirley Osgood
will contact all junior women on
campus personally.
Juniors living in private homes
may contribute their dues from 5
to 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15 and
22.

Basketball Club-An organiza-
tional meeting will be held at 4
p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Play for everyone, with inexperi-
ence no barrier, will be stressed,
accoridng to the new manager,
Jeri Mulsen. The club will be
organized in two sections, be-
ginning and advanced. Teams will
be set up within each division to
offer competition on all levels.
No definite teams will be or-
ganized at the first meeting but
there will be an opportunity to
play for all those attending.
* * *
La-Crosse Club-The last meet-
ing will be held at 4:15 p.m. today
at Palmer Field.

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