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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949
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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Feature Ray McKinley

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Assembly, Sorority Booths, Decorations
To Reflect Theme of Colorful Circus Ring
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Featuring the music of Ray Mc-
Kinley and his orchestra, "Peter's
Panic," Panhellenic Association's
annual ball, will be held from 9
p.m, to 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11 at
the I-M Building.
In a national poll conducted by
Metronome Magazine, McKinley's
orchestra proved its popularity by
capturing third place.
DECORATIONS for the formal
dance will be based on a circus
theme. McKinley, famed for his
performance on the drums, will
play from a bandstand designed to
represent a musical merry-go-
round.
Colorful booths, marked by
cardboard animals bearing the
Greek letters of each sorority,
will line the room. Decorations
will be completed -by the tradi-
tional circus ring, forming a
special booth for patrons.
In choosing tae name "Peter's
Panic," the dance committee has
attempted to connect the Fresh
Air Camp recipient of all proceeds,

will be found peering around
booth corners and sitting on the
bandstand at the feet of the
players.
Tickets for "Peter's Panic"
will be available to independent
as weir as affiliated women. In
addition to the sorority booths,
an Assembly booth will be pro-
vided for independent women
and their dates.
Central committee for the Pan-
hellenic Ball includes: Mary Lou
Aspen, general chairman; Beverlyj
Dunn, assistant chairman; Mari-
lyn Buel, decorations; Barbara
Arter, assistant decoration; Tu-
lane Itkoff, publicity chairman,
and Rennee Pragelmann, assistant
publicity.
JGP Committees
All junior women interested
in working on JGP finance or
programs committee will meet
at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the League.
The room number will be
posted on the bulletin board.

Social Season
Inaugerated
By Lawyers
Law students inaugurated their
social season last night with the
presentation of the first of the
traditional "Saturday Night As-
sizes" which are held at the Law-
yers Club.
The "Assizes" are held regularly
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight on Sa-
turdays in the Recreation room of
the Lawyer's Club. They provide
members of the Club with an op-
portunity to entertain their dates
and guests informally.
The "Assizes" feature dancing
to recorded music and facilities
for playing cards. During the eve-
ning refreshments such as cokes,
sandwiches and cookies are
served.
Members of the Social Commit-
tee which sponsors the "Assizes"
include: Jim Mortell, Jim Dwen,
Tom O'Toole, Pat Neering, Paul
Rasmussesn, Bill Reid and Floyd
Marks.
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Ray McKinley
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with the circus theme. Peter Pan
is the impish little lad pictured
on Fresh Air Camp posters and
tags.
* * *
THE THEME and decorations
are designed to reflect a little
boy's excitement and panic in
viewing a circus. Small Peter
Pans, constructed of car4board,

WAA Notices]
The volleyball tournament will
enter its fifth week tomorrow,
with the following games sche-
duled:
Monday, 5:10 p.m.-Hinsdale I
vs. Mosher I; Sigma Delta Tau I
vs. Alpha Delta Pi I.
Monday, 7:15 p.m.-Jordan II
vs. Barbour II.
Monday, 8 p.m.-Lester House
vs. Couzens; Stockwell XIX vs.
Stockwell V.
Tuesday, 5:10 p.m.-Delta Delta
Delta II vs. Barbour I; Markley vs.
Mosher VI.
Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.-Jordan IX
vs. Stockwell IX; Alpha Chi Ome-
ga III vs. Ann Arbor Girls.
Tuesday at 8 p.m.-Zone II vs.
Alpha Chi Omego II; Stockwell
XX vs. Alpha Chi Omega I.
Wednesday, 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Gamma III vs. Stockwell XIII;
Jordan V vs. Collegiate Sorosis II.
Wednesday, 7:15 p.m.-Jordan
VIII vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; Al-
pha Xi Delta I vs. Stockwell XIV.
Wednesday, 8 p.m.-Pi Beta Phi
I vs. Chi Omega I.
Thursday, 5:10 p.m.-Collegiate
Sorosis I vs. Mosher IV; Stockwell
XVI vs. Mosher V.
Thursday, 7:15 p.m.-Alph a
Gamma Delta II vs. Stockwell
XVIII; Chi Omega III vs. Pi Beta
Phi III.
Thursday, 8 p.m.-Kappa Kappa
Gamma III vs. Alpha Phi I.
Dames Qroups
Plan Meetings
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHI-
GAN DAMES Handicraft and
Sewing Groups will hold a joint
meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. James Delesdermier,
1033 Packard.
Hostesses at the meeting will be
Mrs. Deledermier and Mrs.
Charles Kramer. Members will
work on the decorations for the
White Elephant sale which will
take place on November 15, at the
Rackham Building during the
Dames' general meeting.
THE MUSIC GROUP will hold
a meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Robert Staffer, 105
East Jefferson Ave.
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Residences,
Individuals
Win Awards
As a result of their attendance
at the League Formal Friday, sev-
eral persons and women's resi-
dence halls were the recipients of
awards of cash and merchandise.
Awards were given to the wo-
men's residences with the highest
percentage of attendance. Pi Beta
Phi and Kleinstuck House won
these prizes.
In addition to these awards for
attendance, other awards were
given to the winners of a bridge
tournament which was run off in
the Grand Rapids Room during
the dance. Doris Melleky and Fred
Erickson were the winners of this
tournament.
Each of the tournament winners
received a cash prize of five dol-
lars.
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