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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Panhel Ball Will Be Held in League)

Michigan Panhellenic Associa-
tion wil present its annual Panhel
Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
November 16 in the League.
Last year for the first time the
formal dance was held in the
League, having been given in the
IM Building previously.
* * *
REPORTS WERE so successful
that the committee has decided to
again use the League ballroom and
adjoining rooms for their dance.
"Musical Moods" is to be the
ballroom will be decorated in
ballroom wil Ire decorated in
keeping with this musical note.
Sorority houses will be responsi-
ble for decorating the rooms and
the concourse. Three or four
houses work together to decorate
one room.

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THE THEME will be carried out
in these rooms, since each room
will be finished in a distinct musi-
cal mood. For example, one room
will have a semi-classical theme,
another a jazz note, and another
will have the 'blues'.
Two door awards will be given
during intermission. They will
be selected by drawing stubs
from the tickets sold..
With the tickets, the committee
is offering carnations, which will
be delivered to the sorority house
the evening of the dance.
Refreshments will be served
from 10:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the
ball. Several houses expect to be
giving dinners for their members
and their guests before the affair.
Panhel Ball is traditionally a

formal affair', and women are per-
mitted to wear flowers if they de-
sire. Coeds will be given late per-
mission that evening.
Panhel Ball, a coed-bid dance,
is open to al affiliates on the cam-
pus.
Central Committee members for
the dance are: general chairman,
Elaine Madden; assistant, Nancy
P r i d m o r e; decorations, Jean
Knibbe; assistant, J o a n Kay
Brush; publicity, Joan Blieden;
programs, Carlotta Ziegler; tick-
ets, Dibby Ewing and patrons, Sue
Trometer.
Television Show
To Star Students
Beverly Clarke, president of Pan-
hel, and Jack Smart, president of
IFC, will .discuss fraternity and
sorority housing on the Television
Hour at 1 p.m. today on one of the
Detroit TV channels.
Delta Tau Delta, winners of last
year's IFC Sing, and Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, who was the winning
group at Lantern Night, will also
appear on the program.

Bowling Club
Tells Schedule
WAA Bowling Club manager,
Beri Miench, has announced the
members who will bowl from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. Monday at the WAB.
The women scheduled to bowl
on Monday are Ellen Bird, Bon-
nie Schweitzer, Janet Gilger, Joan
Randolph, Carol Gutentag, Pat
Kreuser, Mary Jane Hoesch and
Norma Champagne.
Members who will bowl on fol-
lowing days will be announced
Tuesday.
Miss Miench asks anyone who is
interested in joining the Bowling
Club to come Monday afternoon to
the WAB.
Jam Session
An informal jam session will
be sponsored by the Hot Re-
cord Society at 8 p.m. today
in the League. Featuring two
local bands, it is open to the
public free of charge.

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