FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Panhel Ball To Be Held Tonight
ON THIE HOUSE
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Nick's, Diamond Horseshoe
Move to League for Evening
Neon signs an~l night clubs will
be seen on campus when Panhel-
lenic presents its annual ball,
"Midnight in Manhattan," from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the
Couples attending the dance will
be given a chance to view all the
sights of the big town including
everything from diamond horse-
shoes to Greenwich Village bistros,
up to and including Nick's.
A different part of the Man-
hattan scene has been constructed
in each room of the second floor of
the League by the various sorori-
ties. In addition, there will also be
booths for the individual houses.
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KEEPING THE design of the
programs a secret until tonight,
the central committee promises
that this is just one of the many
surprises in store for sorority wom.
en and their dates who attend this
traditional campus dance.
Providing the musical at-
mosphere for this trip to the
land of lights and laughter will
be Gal Claridge andbhis orches-
tra. Claridge has been music
mad from his earliest years
when he used to practice toot-
ing his trumpet in between the
hours when he was working in a
Following his graduation from
high school, Claridge spent a brief
period at Northwestern Univer-
sity studying dentistry. It was
then that the late Hal Kemp en-
tered the picture, for he heard
several sessions of the Claridge
college band and encouraged the
aspiring dentist to make music
SOON AFTER he entered the
field of melody, Claridge and his
group were booked at Chicago's.
celebrated Chez Paree where he
performed with many of today's
stars. Included in this list are
Jimmy Durante, Tony Martin,
Sophie Tucker, Lena Horne and
Because the dance is girl-bid,
women will be permitted to wear
flowers tonight. Just as it is tra-
ditional that corsages not be given
to women attending a regular
campus dance, they may be worn
when the woman is on the side
footing the bill.
Members of the Delta Tau Delta
quartet serenaded the various so-
rority houses inviting the women
to attend their annual dance. In-
vitations have also been sent to
all affiliated women urging them
to get on the bandwagon for the
visit to the big town and bright
to J. D. MILLER'S
'for the Best Lunch
If you don't ski,
ride our FREE BUS
from the Bus. Ad Bldg.
or Eng. Arch.
By JO KETELHUT
While the midsemester avalanche lies waiting to blast the campus
in a few days, students in many houses are preparing for a last
fling this weekend with a gay round of novelty parties, barn dances
and gambling frays.
COEDS CAN TALK about their famous slumber parties all they
wish, but we are willing to bet there has never been one to top the
gala pajama party which the Sammies plan to toss tomorrow night. J
ALL DECKED OUT in the latest slumber attire of the season,
the Sigma Alpha Mu men and their dates will stumble over tin
soldiers and toy blocks into a little boy's bedroom where they will
find all the atmosphere of a child's play world. From there they
will venture into a lady's boudoir where casually placed curlers and
bobby pins, perfume bottles and elaborate powder puffs will s'et a
completely feminine scene.
AFTER THE SAMMIES and their dates rub the sleep out of
their eyes, they will find a huge breakfast waiting for them with
everything from scrambled eggs and bacon to fruit juice and salome
on the menu.
WITH NO EIGHT O'CLOCK to make a mad dash for, the
pajama-clad group will be playing typical "pj party" games, and
dancing among floating clouds, fleecy sheep and fluffy matresses.
For added entertainment, there will be a take-off skit on the Break-
fast Club, a well-known radio program.
AN ORCHID will be the coveted prize for the couple who dreams
up the most original pj's.
WITH A FERVENT PLEA to '01 man winter to postpone his
call until after their party, the Sammies plan to substitute bathrobes
DELTONES-To advertise Panhel Ball, the Delta Tau Delta
quartet has spent the last two evenings serenading every sorority
on campus. "Deltones," pictured above, are Jack Bay, Carl Hed-
ner, Jerry VanSyoc and John Osmundsen.
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Canterbury Club: Sat., Nov. 11,
11 a.m., Holy Communion.
Wesley Foundation: Hamburg
Fry at the Guild after the foot-
ball game Saturday.
Scalp and Blade: Meeting, 7
p.m., Sun., Nov. 12, Room 3A, Un-
ion. Male residents of Erie Coun-
ty, New York invited.
Hostelers: Treasure hunt and
NO HOMEWORK WORRIES:
To Inaugurate Plan
cook-out supper, Sat., Nov. 11.
Bring own food and utensils.
Contact Jane Finkbeiner, No. 7804
for reservations. Group will leave
League at 3:30 p.m.
Russian Circle: Meeting, Mon.,
Nov. 13, 8 p.m., International Cen-
ter. Miss Irene Balaksha will
speak on A. S. Pushkin. Everyone
,European Club: Mixer, Sat., Nov.
11, 8 p.m., International Center.
European students 'and their
IT'S NOT THE'
But the most unusual and ex-
clusive selection of personal-
lized Christmas Cards in Ann
Arbor . . . You'll have to
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 S. University
For Rushing During Vacation
A deferred rushing system, to The Panhellenic board is now
begin Feb. 3 and extend into the trying to decide upon some work-
first week of spring semester, will able system to solve this eligibility
be put into effect this year. tquestion.
This plan attempts to eliminatequsin* *
as much as possible the age-old
problem of rushees and sorority
women falling behind in school
work and the various health
Formerly, with rushing taking
place during the first weeks of
the new semester, so much time
was involved with parties and open
houses that homework had to be
done in the wee hours of the morn-
"CONSEQUENTLY, studies were
neglected and marks and health
suffered from lack of sleep," said
Miss Ethel McCormick, League di-
The new plan, while to a
large extent doing away with
these problems has created a
few new ones. Rushees' grades
will not be* in the Panhellenic
Office until Feb. 9, after the first
set of parties has begun.
and the Winter Carnival occur
during the second week of rush-
ing. Some people may have jobs
during registration, may be orien-
tation leaders or working on car-
nival committees. Thus, rushing
parties will have to be planned far
enough ahead of time to allow for
Finally, the deferred system
leaves no time for vacation be-
tween semesters. However, the
Panhellenic board hopes that the
advantages of the new plan will
make up for the sacrifice of vaca-
Alpha Phi To Be Hosts
To Fathers, Alumnae
Alpha Phi sorority will have
their favorite dates, their fathers,
as guests this weekend.
After attending the Indiana
game tomorrow, the coeds are
having an open house for the
families and for alums, as well as
Also"on the agenda for the week-
end are dinner at a local restaur-
ant, and a dance given specifically
for the fathers by Phi Gamma
Deltas at their house.
SWINGING BACK to the more usual type of campus social event
-the Sigma Chis are planning to honor 27 new and old pledges with
a formal at their house tomorrow night. Dinner at the Como Club
will precede the dance, which will feature the musical notes of
Johnny Harberd and his orchestra. Sweetheart dolls will be given by
the Sigs to their dates.
WHITE SWEATERS will be the only coed attire in style at the
Adam's House "Sweater Party" tomorrow night. Pete Spivak's combo
and a student talent show will highlight the evening's entertainment.
MILLIONAIRES at Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma Kappa and
Theta Xi will find plenty of dice tables, roulette wheels and black-
jack games tomorrow to serve as inducements for their rolls of stage
money. All three houses have scheduled a Monte Carlo party and
plan to create a real gambling den atmosphere.
ALL SHOES must be checped at the door of the Theta Delt,
house tomorrow night before entering upon the dance floor. Brand
new records will be spun at their "Sock Hop.''
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"ARMISTICE DAY TEMPORARY TRUCE" has been chosen for
the theme of Trigon's pledge formal tomorrow. Bill Kline and his
men will set the musical scene following a dinner at the Union.
KAPPA SIGS will stage a "Regent's Ball" tomorrow in honor of
University regents. "In appreciation of their excellent job of regulating
student activities on campus, we will allow no drinking, smoking,
smiling, eating, thinking-or rowdiness at our party," chorused the
Kappa Sigma House.
PHI KAPPA TAU, Alpha Phi Alpha and Psi Omega will go com-
pletely casual tomorrow night. The three rouses have each slated a
barn dance with blue jeans, conrstocks and square dancing on hand
to create a thoroughly "hard times" atmosphere.
INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN sent to all campus residences wel-
coming students to an open, open house which will be held from 3 to
6 p.m. Sunday by Nelson International House.
AN "AUTUMN HOP" will be held by Michigan Cooperative House
tomorrow, featuring the music of Reade Williams and his combo.
SEEKING DIVERSION from bluebook cramming will be the
Delta Sigma Deltas, Alpha Kappa Kappas and Acacia who have
planned buffet suppers and record dances tomorrow.
RECORD TABLES will also be spinning at SAE, Theta Chi,
Triangle, Greene House, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi and
Phi Delta Phi.
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