SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1950
'THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Panhel Ball To Be Modeled
After 'Midnight in Manhattan'
Campus couples will see "Mid-'
night in Manhattan" when Pan-
hellenic presents its annual Pan-
hel Ball, featuring the music of
Gay Claridge and his orchestra,
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
With a theme centered on a
visit to the night spots of the big
town, this year's dance will take
sorority women and their dates
on a round of New York high-
lights, from the Stork Club to
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TAKING OVER the entire sec-
ond floor of the League, the vari-
ous sororities have each been res-
ponsible for decorating a certain
part of the Manhattan scene.
There will also be booths for the
Surprises will abound for the
sightseers, for Barbara Elliott,
general chairman of the dance,
promises that a number of
startling and amusing events
will occur during the evening.
Providing the atmosphere for
this jaunt to the land of neon
signs, will be Gay Claridge and his
orchestra. The group is well
known for its many appearances
at various Chicago night spots.
Claridge specializes in the sweet
and slow music symbolic of a mid-
night trip to Manhattan.
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WITH THE numoer of tickets
limited, the dancewill be open to
only sorority women and their,
dates. Tickets and carnation bou-
tonnieres may be purchased
through the Panhellenic repre-
sentatives of the individual hous-
Invitations have been sent out
to all affiliated women urging
them to get on the bandwagon for
the visit to the big town. Matches
featuring the "Midnight in Man-
hattan" theme have also been
sent to all the sorority houses, and
the members of the publicity com-
mittee stanped dinner napkins at
all the houses with the Manhattan
Stockwell To Entertain
At Open, Open House
An open, open house will be
held by Stockwell Hall from 2 to
5 p.m. today.
Marge Fisher, social chairman
of Stockwell, announces that all
rooms will be open to guests. Re-
freshments will also be served.
Ask Coed Aid
Members To Collect
Junior's Class Dues
Jo Leonard, treasurer of JGP
and crairman of the dues commit-
tee, urges all junior women to co-
operate in the collection of dues.
Members of the committee will
contact all the houses on campus
All junior women will be asked
to pay dues to be used to help in
the financing of JGP.
At a mass meeting, coeds in-
terested in working on JGP signed
up for work on committees. Some
of the committees will begin work
immediately, while others will not
be requested to meet until next
If any junior was not able to
be at the meeting, she can still
designate her committee on a
card, and hand it in at the Un-
dergraduate Office in the League.
Cathy Sotir, general chairman,
introduced the Central Committee,
and stressed the fact that any
coed in the junior class is eligible
.to try out for the play itself, re-
gardless of whether or not she is
working on a committee.
Miss Sotir stated, "The script
contains an unusual number of
characters this year, besides the
necessary, singing and dancing
She continued, "We are striving
to make JGP the production of
every junior woman on the cam-
pus. We hope by doing this we can'
further cooperation among the
Students Run Florist Service
To Cut HighCost of Corsages
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White, Sizes 25-30
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Sometimes it's cheaper to just
say it and forget the flowers -. .
But not when enterprising stu-
dents open a florist service for
other students who are bemoan-
ing the cost of that extra-special
Three years ago, a law student
decided to do something about the
high cost of corsages. He began
to wonder if a little competition
might not be a good thing for
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CONSEQUENTLY, he started a
now flourishing business. By deal-
ing with a florist in Detroit, and
bringing the flowers here at very
nearly wholesale cost, this inde-
pendent concern has not only af-
forded the students with much
cheaper rates, but has managed
The annual WAA volleyball
tournament will be the main ac-
tivity in inter-house sports this
The schedule for the week is
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Cheever I
vs. Alpha Delta Pi I; Alpha Delta
I vs. Beal House; at 7:15 p.m.-
Kleinstuck I vs. Stockwell IV;
Jordan I vs. Stockwell II; at 8 p.-
m.-Ann Arbor Girls II vs. Jordan
III; Alpha Omicron Pi II vs. Al-
pha Gamma Delta II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Hollis
House II vs. Alpha Chi Omega II;
Jordan V vs. Alpha Chi Omega I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell VII vs.
Alpha Phi III; Sigma Delta Tau
I vs. Stockwell VIII; at 8 p.m. -
Chi Omega I vs. Martha Cook
III; Newberry II vs. Alpha Delta
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Delta Delta II vs. Alpha Phi I; Al-
pha Xi Delta vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi I; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Phi II
vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; Stockwell
XI vs. Stockwell XII; at 8 p.m.--
Hinsdale House vs. Mosher I; Al-
pha Xi Delta II vs. Jordan VI.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well XIII vs. Zeta Tau Alpha I;
Collegiate Sorosis I vs. Delta Del-
ta Delta I; at 7:15 p.m.- Kappa
Kappa Gamma III vs. Stockwell
XV; Gamma Phi Beta vs. Bar-
bour III; at 8 p.m.-1811 Washte-
aw vs. Alpha Kappa Alpha; Gam-
ma Phi Beta III vs. Stockwell XVI.
. Each team's fullest cooperation
is needed to complete this tour-
nament. Teams are urged by tour-
nament officials not to postpone
games. Cancellations must be
made by noon Monday at Barbour
to bring down the prices of the
local merchants as well.
Al Sosin, Mike Franzblau, and
Milt Shiffman are in charge of
the business now. Besides fight-
ing their way through medical
school, the three commercial
geniuses are doing their best to
get the concern on a really solid
Fraternities and sororities can
order flowers for all their affairs,
and the students furnish the
blooms for such events as Pan Hel,
Senior Society, and Soph Cab.
They also take individual orders.
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USING ONLY their phone num-
ber and a lot of talking as their
primary means of advertisement,
the men have no actual shop here
in Ann Arbor.
The orders are phoned in to
them, and they transmit them
to the Detroit merchant.
Cut flowers, as well as corsages,
can be purchased through this
The studentsbhave no intentionJ
of lettingthe business die when
they graduate, but hope to carry
it on for many years to come.
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Berean Church, Muskegon, will
speak: "All Things Through
Canterbury Club: 9 a.m., Holy
Communion followed by student
breakfast. 5 p.m.; Evening prayer,
followed by supper and program.
Rev. Koons will speak on "The
Nature of the Offices of Morning
and Evening Prayer."
Student Religious Association:
Study and Discussion Group, Lane
Hall, 8 p.m.
Graduate Outing Club: Hiking
for all grads. Meet at 2:15 p.m.,
Outing Club room, northwest cor-
ner of Rackham.
U. of M. Hot Record Society:
West Coast Jazz, 8 p.m., League.
Leadership Training Group: Lane
Hall, Mon., Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m.
Nazarene Student Fellowship:
Meeting, Lane Hall, Mon., Nov., 6,
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Panhel announcement - Pan-
hellenic Association has announ-
ced Renee Pregulman, Alpha Ep-
silon. Phi, as its first vice-presi-
dent for the coming year.
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Panhel meeting - House presi-
dents, rushing chairmen and Pan-
hel representatives will meet at 5
p.m. Tuesday in the League.
The room number will be post-
ed, and those who are unable to
attend are asked to send an al-
ternate, Doris Buser, second vice-
president of Panhellenic Associa-
tion has announced.
Hillelzapoppin - A meeting of
representatives from each group
planning to submit a script for
Hillelzapoppin will be held at 41
p.m., Wednesday, November 8 at
the League, Guida Garon, chair-
man of the Hillelzapoppin has an-
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