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Panhellenic Petitions Due Today
'futumn Noc turn' Ball
To Feature Tinker
hWoen students seeking Pan-
hellenic positions must hand in
their petitions by 5 p.m. today at
the Undergraduate Office of the
League, according to Jean Mar-
son, Panhellenic secretary.
Panhellenic Association reports
that very few petitions have been
handed in thus far.
The interviewing board will
meet from tomorrow noon until
Monday, Oct. 10. Applicants are
requested to sign the interviewing
sheet, posted on the bulletin board
in the office, when they hand in
Among the vacant positions ist
that of vice-president of Pan-
hellenic Association, open to any
eligible senior woman.
Offices on the Panhellenic Ball
Committee may be filled by mem-
bers of all classes.
Positions to be filled on this
committee include, general chair-
man, assistant chairman, publicity'
chairman and assistant, decora-
tion chairman and assistant pro-
gram chairman, refreshment
chairman, ticket chairmaij and
Four positions on the committee
for faculty teas also are open to
students of any class.
In an appropriate fall setting,
complete with harvest moon and
crimson leaves, the first all cam-
pus formal dance of the year will
be held from 9 pm. to midnight
Saturday, Oct. 15 in the Union
The Union Executive Council,
sponsors of the dance, in choosing
"Autumn Nocturne" for the theme,
have planned decorations designed
to make the Union's second floor
a fall wonderland.
* * *
AS COUPLES ENTER, the
women wills receive gardenia cor-
sages and dance programs. A stroll
down a country lane, banked with
corn shocks and pumpkins, will
lead the dancers into the Rain-
In the ballroom itself twin-
kling stars and moon will
brighten the ceiling. The band-
stand, on which Frank Tinker's
orchestra will take its usual
place, will be covered with fall
A fire ii the alcove fireplace
will dimly reflect light on the
silhouette decorating this room.
* * *
BILL BRISTOR is general chair-
of the Union formal. Those in
charge of decorations are Bill
Race, Irv Barhill, Jim Root, Bill
Peterson and Bob Bristor.
Tickets will be sold beginning
tomorrow until Monday, Oct. 10
in the Union ticket booth, the
League lobby and on the Diagonal.
From Monday, Oct. 10 through
Saturday, Oct. 15, they may be
purchased in the Administration
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DILIGENT DECORATORS-Members of the Union Executive
Council prepare decorations for the first all campus formal of
the year. The Union Ballroom will be trimmed in fall colors to
carry out the theme, "Autumn Nocturn." Pictured above, left to
right are Bill Peterson, Bob Bristor and Jim Root.
The Pitch and Putt Club's main
purpose is 'to get those coeds to-
gether who enjoy playing golf,"
according to Marilyn Thisted,
manager of the club.
The organizational meeting will
be held at 5 p.m. today at the
WAB. At this time members w'ill
divide into intermediate and ad-
vanced groups for purposes of in-
struction and play.
* * *
WOMEN WHO HAVE never
played before are asked to take a
course in golf in their physical ed-
ucation programs before joining
Last year inexperienced play-
ers were accepted into the club,
but it was found that member-
ship was too large toy facilitate
adequate instruction for every-
one. Miss Thisted hopesrto alle-
viate that difficulty with this
Weekly meetings will be devoted
to the practice of various strokes
and discussions of golf courses eti-
quette, and the hazards commonly
found on most courses. Parties for
the club members will also be
"THE PITCH AND putt contests
are the highlight of the golf sea-
son," according to Miss Thisted.
Club members are separated into
intermediate or advanced groups
according to their skill. The con-
tests are conducted on the putting
green and driving range adjoining
the Women's Athletic Building.
Arrangements will be made to
enable members to play outside
of regular meeting times by
making a list of each member's
The year's golf season will last
from Oct. 4 through November
and the spring season will be from
March through May.
Unaffiliated Coeds of a gregari-
ous nature may find a position on
Assembly's committee in charge of
Student-Faculty tea an ideal ex-
Petitions for the general chair-
manship, refreshment chairman,
chairman of hostesses, publicity
chairman will be due tomorrow
(Wed.) in the League Undergrad-
uate Office. Interviews will begin
tomorrow and continue through
Coeds may sign up for an inter-.
view in the Undergrad Office and
are asked to bring their eligibility
cards to their interview.
Central Committee working
on Assembly Fortnite will meet at
4 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
The general chairman has re-
quested that committee members
bring their eligibility cards and
League house presidents will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the ABC
Room of the League.
Sophomore women possessing
eligibility cards may report for
Soph Cabaret auditions from 3 to
6 p.m. today, tomorrow and Thurs-
day in the League.
Tryouts will be held for singing,
dancing and speaking parts, and
the rooms will be posted.
Central Committee of J.G.P.
will not hold its regular meeting
The next meeting will take place
from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
The WAA executive committee
will hold its second meeting of the
season at 5 p.m. today in the WAB.
* * *
The Field Hockey Club will hold
its first meeting today for all
women interested in the sport.
Games will start early among
club members, plus instruction by
the club's advisor. Virginia Fow-
ler, manager of the club, says that
the club is open to beginners, ad-
vanced and intermediate players.
The club is affiliated with the
United States Field Hockey Asso-
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