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Panhel Offers
Counselor Aid
Anonymous as far as sorority af-
filiation goes, but true Panhellenic
members working for a strong and
meaningful goal are the Panhel-
lenic Rushing Counselors.
T h e s e women, dissaffiliated
from their sororities, are complete-
ly at the service of other women
who will be rushing in the spring.
IT IS THEIR purpose to help
these rushees out at all times by
:providing them with information
on the background of Panhellenic
Association and the individual
houses and by answering any ques-
tion which may arise concerning
At present the counselors are
meeting in seminars under the
leadership of Beverly Clarke, as-
sistant rushing secretary of Pan-
hel, to discuss problems which
might arise for the rushees dur-
ing the forthcoming rushing sea-
The counselors will hold office
hours all through rushing, in the
Panhellenic office on the first floor
of the league. Office hours will
v ' be listed inthe rushing booklet to
be issued at a later date. Women
who wish to speak with the coun-
selors now may consult withthem
any afternoon in the Panhel of-
BECAUSE THEY are disaffiliat-
ed from their houses, the coun-
selors will not attend any rushing
parties or even know what women
their houses are rushing.
In place of their sorority pins,
the counselors wear a special
counseling emblem of blue and
gold which has a Greek head of
Minerva on it and says "Michi-
gan Panhellenic Counselor."
This is the second year of the
counseling system which originat-
ed at the University of Minnesota.
.Delegates were sent from the Uni-
versity to Minnesota to investigate
the system which they found so
successful that it was decided to
try it here.
WAA Notices
Badminton Club - The first
meeting of the club will be held1
at 5 p.m. today in the small lounge
of the WAB and not at Barbourt
-Gym as stated in a previous an-
nouncement. Beginner. and ad-
vanced players are welcome to
* 4 *

M Club Holds
Hop To Honor
Gridiron Team
Michigan's Rose Bowl - bound
football team will be the honored
guests at an "M Hop" to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday
at the Golf Club.
Invitations have been extended
to the Big Ten champions, coaches
and their wives and University ad-
ministrators by the M Club which
is planning the dance.
* * *
TO CARRY out a gridiron at-
mosphere, the Golf Club lounge
will be transformed into a model
football field with maize and blue
goalposts placed at each end of
the room.
Yardmarkers, streamers and
M blankets covering the walls of
the lounge will complete the pig-
skin parade decorations. A large
block M inscribed with the play-
ers' names will be placed over
the fireplace.
Art Starr and his orchestra will
supply the musical background for
the men and their dates. Refresh-
ments will also be cerved at the
dance which is an informal dress
orated with block M disks will be
given as favors to the coeds who
will also receive programs of the
Intermi ssion entertain-
ment will feature a magician act
performed by Bob White.
Members of the M Club who are
in charge of arrangements for the
hop are: Bill Stapp, chairman;
Jack Arbuckle, publicity; Al Het-
zeck, decorations; Dave Space,
programs; Joe Planck, favors and
Dave Neisch, refreshments.

Cof fee Hour
Will Be Held
League and Union Executive
Councils will hold a student-facul-
ty coffee hour at 4 p.m. Thurs.
in Rm. 3R and S of the Union.
This is the third combined cof-
fee hour given by the League and
Union this semester. Not only fac-
ulty members from the Romance,
Germanic and Far Eastern Lang-
uage. Depts. are' expected, but
both coeds and male students.
Pat Olson and Harvey Howard,
co-chairmen for the coffee hour,
state this this is the chance the
students have been waiting for to
meet their language instructors on
a friendly,informal basis.
Coffee and cookies will be serv-
ed free of charge to all those at-
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RUSHING COUNSELORS-Panhellenic members busy formulating plans to aid women during this
spring's rushing are: Enid Frank, Marilyn Collins, Rosemary Wise and Ellen Van Wagnor. Seen in
the second row are: Erna Fritz, Jane Barker and Catherine Murtha. Missing are Carol Ann Miller
and Judy Sinclair.
Petitions for Senior Pro ject Jobs Due Friday;
SelectedMembers To Plan Traditional Affair



Petitions for Senior Project,
planning committee for the tra-
ditionally fun-filled Senior Night,
will be due Fri. at 5 p.m. in the
Undergraduate Office of the
"This is the last real chance for
graduating women to participate
in a League class activity," com-
ments Pat Greon, interviewing and
nominating committee chairman.
* * *
FESTIVITIES for Senior Night
were, until last year, planned by
the former Junior Girls' Play cen-
tral committee. This involved dif-

ficulties of those members being
too busy in other activities to de-
vote much time to Senior Night.
League Council decided to
remedy the situation and estab-
lished Senior Project, whose
members are entirely in charge
of Senior Night.
Preceeding opening night of
JGP, senior women march by resi-
dent groups to the League in their
caps and gowns. The group then
moves into the League ballroom
where they begin traditional cere-

Novel Gift Wrappings Brighten
Bulky, Odd-Shaped Pack aqes

Half the fun of Christmas seems
to be the buying of gifts - ' solv-
ing the problem of wrapping the
same in ingenious and attractive
Once a gift is purchased, there
remains only the problem of wrap-
ping it in a way that will pre-
sent a pretty picture under the
Christmas tree. Especially trouble-
some are the big, awkward tems
which always seem to be found on
a gift list.
INSTEAD of waging an all out

inside and paint "Break Me" on
the front with red nail polish.
* * *
DRUM MAJORS made of silver
balls also help to dress up the tra-
ditional Christmas tree. Using a
paper cup for a hat, the costume
may be completed with an icicle
drawn through a hole in the top
which will serve as a means of
hanging the music maestro from
the tree.
A Christmas tree rarely seems
complete without an angel to
add its touch to the holiday spi-
rit. With a cardboard tube cov-
ered with gilt paper, a small sil-
ver ball will serve for the head
along with golden wings and tin-
sel, and a more heavenly angel
will be hard to find.
All in all, Christmas just doesn't
seem right without a touch of gay-
ety in both wrappings and decora-

BEFORE THE banquet each per-
son must declare her status. Mar-
ried women carry candles, engaged
women suck lemons. Those who
are pinned must deposit their fra-
ternity pins in a cushion at the
door and wear straight pins for
the remainder of the dinner.
A wishing well is provided for
all unattached women who
throw a penny for each year of
their age into the well.
Dispensing with long speeches,
informality is the key note of the
evening. Following a banquet din-
ner in the ballroom, entertainment
is given by the JGP cast of the
senior class.
LAST YEAR'S skit followed a
theme of "Our Years at Michigan"
with excerpts from sophomore cab-
aret and junior girls play,
Project positions open are:
general chairman, coordinator
and general planner in charge of
senior march;aassistant chair-
man, in charge of dinner ar-
rangements and reservations;
ticket chairman; patrons and in-
vitations chairman; publicity
chairman and decorations chair-
Plans for entertainment will be
made by the general chairman of
the Project working with last
year's JGP general chairman, Jane
Topper, and director Jennie Quirk.
Interviewing and nominating
committee members will hold of-
fice hours from 3 to 5 p.m. next
Monday through Friday to give
any further information that is
needed. Reports from last year are
written in the President's Reports
in the Undergraduate Office.
The committee requests that pe-
titioners sign for interviews when
handing in petitions.

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SAT., DEC. 9, 8:30 - SU N., DEC. 10, 2:30
TICKETS: 70c -- 50c at University Musical Society

Nancy Carr .. . Soprano
Eunice Alberts Contralto
David Lloyd . ... .Tenor
Oscar Natzka .... Bass
University Choral Union
Musical Society Orchestra
Mary Stubbins, Organ
LESTER McCOY, Conductor

Eunice Alberts, Contralto


Folk and Square Dance Club- war against it an easier solution
Everyone is welcome to the meet- is to drop the gift into a plain
ng at 7:30 p.m. today at Water- shopping bag decorated with a
man Gymnasium. Santa Claus head cut from red
and white paper and sporting a te
Fencing Club-Beginners and of yuletide greens.
experienced fencers are welcome plain grocery sacks may also
to attend the organizational meet-r
ing of the club at 5 p.m. Thurs-I be used to wrap smaller gifts.
-day at the WAB. Instruction will A cluster of greens or colorful1
be available. balls may be added after the
* , top has been cuffed with some
Basketball Club-Membership is honeycomb ribbon.
open to all coeds who like to play A novel way of wrapping a mon.-
basketball. The club will meet at ey gift is to remove the metal cap
4 p.m. Friday at Barbour Gym. on a silver ball, place the money

Look at beauteous Forlorna Doone
and you say hers was the very breath
of romance. Huh-uh. Her breath makes
lovers leave. She needs BREATH-O-
LATOR, the miracle inhaler that neu-
tralizes breath odors instantly, com-
pletely. BREATH-O-LATOR contains
Neutragen (each wafer good for two
weeks; refills 3 for 25¢.) You just
breathe in twice, deeply. Harmless.
"Keep a fresh breath in your pocket."
Get BREATH-O-LATOR. At all good
drug counters. (A Bing Crosby Re-
search Foundation project.)

Oscar Natzka, Bass

Lester McCoy, Conductor



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