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PRTDA ', NOVEMR1 11,_ 1949

THE MICHIGAN DILY

SMcKinley

To Furnish Music for Pinhellenic Ball Tonight

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Intermission Time Will Feature
Drawing for Cosmetic Prizes
* * * *
Panhellenic predicts a "panic" .,:. ..., ...
at the I-M Building tonight when
it presents a semi-formal ball in
gala circus fashion.
The dance, designed to reflect
a little boy's excitement on his first
visit to the Big-Top, has been'
dubbed "Peter's Panic."
FROM 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. couples
will dance by a bandstand, de-
signed in true circus form to rep-
resent a musical merry-go-round. .
Top billing will go to Ray McKin-
ley, his orchestra and his featured
performers.
Members of the decoration <'
committee have completed the
construction of painted card-
board animals, to be used as ,.; - °'
markers for Panhellenic and
Assembly booths. Each animal1
will bear the name of the or-
ganization it marks. A special
booth for patrons will take thej
form of a circus ring.
To add to the activity, two na-
tionally known manufacturers
have made arrangements for the
distribution of their products dur-
ing the evening. Free packages of
cigarettes will be given to couples
as they enter the I-M lobby.
* * *
AT INTERMISSION tickets will
be drawn to determine who will re- Daily
ceive gift boxes of cosmetics. The FINISHING TOUCHES-Dorothy Wendler, Dorothy B
winner of the first prize will be and Carol Wilcox complete the last of the cardboard anim
given a manicure set encased in a used in the circus decorations at Panhel Ball tonight.
white leather kit.
General chairman of Peter's sistant decorations; Tulane It- Buser, tickets; Margar
Panic" is Mary Lou Aspen. Oth- koff, publicity, Rennee Pragel- patrons, and Betty Brid
er members of the central com- mann, assistant publicity, and ing and grounds.
mittee include Beverly Dunn, as- Margaret Kennedy, programs. Tickets will be sol
sistant chairman; Marylin Buell, Other committee members are League today and at th
decorations; Barbara Arter, as- Nan Byrnes, refreshments; Doris evening.
New Members FASHION PARADE:
Can Still Join
Indian Sans Prove Practice
Basketball Club
"Membership in the Basketball By MARJORY REUBENE material of which dep
Club is still open to coeds who Changing skirt lengths are no the occasion when it is
would like to join," said Anne problem to the Indian woman terial for the "sari" also
O'Conner, manager of the club. whose basic costume consists of a cording to the occasion.
The second meeting of the club "sari' and blouse. For everyday wear, s
will be held today in the Barbour The "sari" is an oblong piece lon saris in bright colo
Gym. Members are asked to come of material ranginging in length are the, current fash
at either 4 or 5 p.m., depending from five to nine feet and is about blouse may either mat
upon the time for which they 45 inches wide. It is tucked in at trast and is made of s
signed at the first meeting. New the waist and gathered most of lon in prints or plain
members may come at either time. the way around, with a few pleats Women's evening we
"We especially welcome women arranged at the hips. .oengsmeve ry p
who play guard position, said Miss The "sari" is arranged in dif- ranges from the very pl
O'Conner," as we always have an ferent ways according to the prov- sists of a silk, satin orI
abundance of forwards. Members, ince in which the wearer lives. It cade blouse with a ri
however, may be either beginners usually, however, is draped from "sari" in satin or br
or advanced players." the waist over the left shoulder parnsino go
The highlights of the Basketball and the remaining material may pattensd. it of gold
Club's season will be the Army- be placed over the right shoulder thr*ad
Navy game to be played in March. or over the head.
The best players of the club are * * FASHION NOW tren
divided into * two teams which UNDERNEATH the "sari" is very little blouse with1
adopt these names worn a short sleeved blouse, the a g person, h

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By PAT BROWNSON
Social wheels keep grinding this weekend at a variety
including teas, hayrides, pledge formals, treasure hunts
dances.

of functions
and novelty

PHI GAMMA DELTA'S annual fall pledge formal is slated for to-
morrow. Dinner at the Union will precede dancing in a special at-
mosphere at the house. Main ecurse at the dinner will be Shaish-ka-
bob, a continental dish. Approximately 100 persons are expected to at-
tend and dance to the music of Clyde House's band.
A HARD TIMES PARTY is in the offing for residents of Wenley
House and their dates tomorrow. Guests will be forced to crawl into
the ballroom through a narrow corridor lined with garbage cans and
generally reminiscent of the city dump. The corridor is devised to
make the party-goers look "stoopid" when they enter. Decorations will
include drunks leaning against lamp-posts and candles in tin cans.
Cokes and potato chips will be available at a Skid Row refreshment
stand. Members of the house will entertain with a piano specialty, a
quartet and several audience participation acts. Prizes will be awarded
to the couples who are most appropriately dressed.
POETIC CLUES will guide treasure hunters from SAE tomorrow
on a trip around campus. Guests will be broken up into four groups,
with a prize for the winning couple in each group. Weary travelers
will return to the house afterwards for dancing.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA has planned a hayride tomorrow. There will
be dancing and refreshments of cider and donuts awaiting when the
party returns.
OTHER HAYRIDERS will be men of Hinsdale House who will
treat their dates tonight to an evening of gaity at the Circle 7 Ranch.
; e x
SIGMA CHI'S will venture into the slums tomorrow at a Skid Row
Party complete with old tenements, run-down stores and a collection
of bums. Refreshments of punch and cookies will be served.
ROBERT OWEN CO-OP will entertain women from Muriel Lester
Co-op at a Sadie Hawkins Party tomorrow. Lester House will present
a take-off on Shakespeare in their skit, "Excerpts from the Masters by
the Mistress of Them All." The theme will be based on the higher
scholastic average attained by Lester House.
THOSE ATTENDING Trigon's pledge formal tomorrow will dance
to the rhythm of Hugh Jackson. A steak dinner at the Stage Coach
Inn will precede the formal at the chapter house.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA will hold a faculty tea from 3 to 6 p.m.
Sunday. Guests will include deans and faculty members from the
literary school, music and education schools. and Ann Arbor alumnae.
ALPHA PHI'S faculty tea is scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
RECORD DANCES tomorrow are planned by Acacia, where a buf-
fet supper will be served after the game, Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Sig-
ma Pi, Delta Tau Delta, and Phi Sigma Kappa.

Square Dance
Held at LM.A.
Groups Present
Demonstrations
The fourth annual Folk Festi-
val was held in Flint last night
with twenty men and women,
physical education majors from
the University, participating in
folk and square dancing demon-
strations.
Four oustanding college groups
present demonstrations each year
and opportunities are given for
audience participation.
* * *
FIRST ON the program, which
took place in LM.A. Auditorium,
were a number of dances in which
everyone participated. Next came
the group from the University un-
der the direction of Dr. Juana de
Laban and Howard Leibee.
The University group present-
ed the Ozark Hoedown, a west-
ern style square dance; Howard
Leibee did the calling. Next was
a couple dance, the Viennese
Waltz.
Following the University's per-
formance, Michigan State College,
Michigan State Normal College
and Central Michigan College of-
fered their demonstrations. The
program was concluded with an-
other series of dances which every-
one took part.
* **
DR. LABAN said that the pur-
pose of the festival is to provide an
opportunity for each school to
show what they offer in the field
of folk and square dancing and
also to make possible a cultural ex-
change of ideas for the teaching
of these dances.
"These performances are not
exhibitions, b u t demonstra-
tions," Dr. Laban stressed.
Groups from each school attend
to teach their dances and learn
new dances and teaching meth-
ods, not merely to entertain.
This was the third year in
which the University took part in
the festival.
Director of the Flint Festival
was Harold Bacon. Music was pro-
vided by Earl Vincent's Orchestra.
The Festival is sponsored joint-
ly by the Industrial Mutual Asso-
ciation, the Recreation Division of
the Mott Education Program and
,the Flint Board of Education.

The business administration
school will hold its traditional all-
campus dance from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. on Friday, Nov. 18 in the
League Ballroom.
Johnny Harberd with his drums
and orchestra will provide the mu-
sic. He has played at various so-
rcrities and fraternities on cam-
pus, and at Michigan State and
Western Michigan Colleges.
* * *
THE DANCE, entitled "Bank-
ruptcy Ball," will have a hobo
theme. Those who attend may
come in costumes or jeans.
The Business Administration
Council is reviving their annual
all-campus dances which were
discontinued about three years
ago. Formerly they were formal
and were called the "Capitalist
Ball."
There will be two door prizes.
For the man, a $25 gift certificate
from Van Boven's and, an item
from Jacobson's for the coed will
be given. A surprise gift will also
be awarded to the lucky winner.
* * *
DECORATIONS will include an
old railroad box car, with figures

of hobos throughout the room to
help carry out the theme. Corn
pipes will be given as favors.
Also in connection with the
theme, the original tickets,
which were $1.99, have been
"marked down" to $1.49 on a fire
sale.
They will be available today and
next week in the Administration
Building and in the lobby of the
Business Administration Building
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Proceeds from the dance will go
to the Business Administratiion
Lounge Fund to help provide fur-
niture for the lounge.
What a Spot
For Christmas
Shopping!
"STORYLAND and
TOYTOWN" on
FOLLETTN
2nd Floor -- Stote at North U.

Johnny Harberd Will Star
At BusAd Al I-Campus Dance

Ed Kozma
owsersox
als to be
et Strand,
Iges, build-
d in the
e door this

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,al
ends upon
worn. Ma-
Svaries ac-
ilk or ny-
red prints
ion. The
ch or con-
ilk or ny-
colors.
ar in India
lain to the
stume con-
heavy bro-
ch looking
ocade with
and silver
ds towards
the "sari."
however, is

everybody is welcome...
BANKRUPTCY BALL
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VERY informalv
LEAGUE BALLROOM ... FRI., NOV. 18n
Tickets: $1.49 at Ad. Bldg. and Bus. Ad.-(j
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mnoreconservaive in tis respect.
Stockings are never worn in
India where the weather is al-
ways warm, and low-heeled san-
dles with open toes are the style
in shoes. The sandles are usually
made of leather with brocade
trimming for evening wear.
Gold jewelry usually accentuates
this costume. A favorite accessory
is a heavy gold necklace worn
high around the neck in choker
fashion.
A gold bracelet with bangles
dangling from it is a must with all
women except widows who wear
the bracelet without the bangles.

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