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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Ray Gorrell To Supply Music
For Annual Panhellenic Ball

Ray Gorrell and his orchestra
will supply the music for Panhel-
lenic Association's annual Panhel
Ball, "Musical Moods," which will
be given from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day in the League.
Gorrell and his group are well
known in Detroit for their versa-
tility in producing danceable mu-
WAA Notices
Coaches and Officials-Members
will meet for a regular meeting at
5 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
* * *
Rifle Club - The WAB rifle
range will be open to members
from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow, Tues-
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
.* * *
Volleyball-The schedule for the
week is as follows: Monday at
5:10 p.m.-Alpha Chi Omega II
vs. Palmer I; Alpha Delta Pi II vs.
Alpha Phi I; at 7:15 p.m.-Jordan
II vs. Newberry III; at 8 p.m.-
Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Jordan V;
Alpha Omicron Pi I vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Sigma
Delta Tau I vs. Kleinstuck I; Cou-
zens II vs. Chi Omega II; at 7:15
-z p.m.-Kappa Kappa Gamma II
vs. Martha Cook I; at 8 p.m.-
Stockwell VII vs. Alpha Phi II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Chi Omega I vs. winner of Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta II game; at 7:15 p.m.-
winner of Jordan II vs. Newberry
III game vs. Alpha Xi Delta I;
winner of Alpha Chi Omega II vs.
Palmer I game vs. Mosher II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. winner of
Sigma Delta Tau I vs. Kleinstuck
I game; winner of Alpha Delta Pi
II vs. Alpha Phi I game vs. win-
ner of Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Jor-
dan V game; at 7:15 p.m.-Winner
of Kappa Kappa Gamma II vs.
Martha Cook I game vs. Newberry
II; Delta Delta Delta II vs. win-
ner of Chi Omega II vs. Couzens
II game; at 8 p.m.-winner of
Stockwell VII vs. Alpha Phi II vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi II game.

sic. They have been the object of
acclaim in musical circles for their
sweet, swing and blue numbers.
-* * *
DECORATIONS FOR the dance
will center around a musical theme.
Each sorority house will be respon-
sible for some part of the decora-
tions for the dance.
Several rooms off the Con-
course on the second floor of the
League will be adorned to carry
on the general theme. These
rooms will be used as card rooms
and refreshment rooms during
the dance.
In keeping with the musical mo-
tif, each room will have its own
'musical mood.' For example, one
room will be done in semi-classical
style, another will have a jazz
theme, and still another will carry
a blues note.
LAST YEAR marked the first
that the traditional event has been
held in the League, and also the
first that the dance was open only
to affiliated women and their es-
corts.
Because of the great cost in-
volved in presenting the dance
at the IM Building, where it had
been given previously, the Cen-
tral Committee decided to ex-
periment by holding it at the
League.
The experiment proved so suc-
cessful last year that this year's
committee, headed by Elaine Mad-
den, '52, again decided to make the
League Ballroom the site of the
dance.
* * *
PANHEL BALL this year will be
open only to affiliated women.
Tickets are being sold through
sorority representatives at each
house. Along with the dance
tickets, which are $3.00, carna-
tion boutonnieres may be pur-
chased for 30 cents.
Transfer affiliated women have
also been invited to attend the
dance. They may purchase tickets
through their respective sorority
houses.
Door prizes will be presented
during intermission, and refresh-
ments will be served from 10:30
to 11:30 p.m.

STUMP AND STUMPY-Being featured in the Nat "King" Cole,
Duke Ellington and Sarah Vaughan show, to be presented in Hill
Auditorium Thursday night in two performances at 7 and 9:15
p.m., will be Stump and Stumpy, a long time vaudeville combina-
tion. Tickets for the show are now on sale at the Box Office in
Hill Auditorium.
FROM UNION TO LEAGUE:
Student Sponsored Activities
ProvideWide Weekly Variety

Couples To Go
To New York
Via Soph Cab
'On The Town' Chosen
To Be Central Theme
Of Traditional Show
Students will have a chance to
go "On the Town" at the 24th an-
nual presentation of Sophomore
Cabaret to be held at the League
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and
8.
Those taking the "tour" of New
York will be able to dance on the
Astor Roof, ordinarily the League
Ballroom.
Couples may stroll through
Central Park after leaving the
Astor Roof. The Concourse will
be decorated with trees, a foun-
tain, and a zoo with a peanut
stand near-by so passersby may
feed the animals.
A waterfront dive, where re-
freshments will be served, will be
open to those who like more ex-
citement than walking in the
park.
Gamblers will be given a chance
to try their luck at roulette and
various other games of chance in
the Coney Island and Casino
Rooms.
Themcentral commtitee consists
of Ann Plumton, general chair-
man; Barbara Steinko, assistant
general chairman; Barbara Bos,
treasurer; Katie Wakeman, sec-
retary; Abby Nickerson, assistant
secretary; Cece Schmier, decora-
tions; Marilyn Robbins, assistant
decorations; Barbara Johnson,
hostesses; Sue Alderman, pro-
grams; Janet Netzer, publicity;
Mary Ann Chacarestos, posters;
Natalie Gold, stunts; Maxine Ber-
liner, refreshments; Sue Martin,
special booths.
Other chairmen include Mary
Hodges, assistant booths; Laura
Hoffman, tickets; Margaret Car-
ter, assistant tickets; Ellen Haar,
ushering; Sue Nasset, floorshow;
Sue Shafter; assistant floorshow;
Dorothy Hammett, costumes; Bil-
ly Reed ,assistant costumes; Ann
Albert, dance; Audrey MacIntyre,
assistant dance; Terry Youngman,
makeup; Aileen Allsop, assistant
makeup; Charlotte Hoyt, music;
Betty Smith, script; Liz Perlin, as-
sistant script; Mary Ann Alexan-
der, stage manager; and Judy
Johnson, assistant stage manager.

Petitioning To Begin for Michigras

Petitioning will begin tomorrow
for 20 positions on the central
committee for the 1952 Michigras,
to be presented April'25 and 26 in
Yost Field House.
The special weekend in the
spring full of fun and entertain-
ment is co-sponsored by the Wo-
men's Athletic Association and the
Union.
*, *
GENERAL CO-CHAIRMEN for
the traditional carnival and par-
ade are Pat Smith, WAA vice-
president in charge of projects,
and Jack Hamer, who was appoint-
ed by the Union.
Heading the list of positions
open to any man or woman on
campus are Finance, Conces-
sions, Secretary, General Pub-
licity, Daily Publicity and Pos-
ters chairmen.

Co-chairmen will be chosen for
the positions of Refreshments,
Booths, Tickets, Programs, Parade,
Prizes and Decorations.
*, * *
PETITIONING FOR the chair-
manships will extend through
Wednesday, Nov. 21 and inter-
viewing will begin on Monday,
Nov. 26.
Petitions may be obtained in
either the Union Student Offices
from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays or the
League and old petitions for
Michigras central committee po-
sitions will be kept on file in
the Student Office of the Union
for reference.
In 1950 the carnival was held on
April 21 and 22 in Yost Field
House, with more than 11,000 peo-
ple attending on opening night.

PREPARATION FOR Michigras,
a biennial event on campus which
dates back to 1901, begins with
the competition among campus or-
ganizations for allotted space for
booths.
Fifty-eight campus groups, the
largest number in Michigras his-
tory, were chosen last year to
prepare booths for the gala car-
nival.
Besides horror shows, drama
skits, rides and concessions, is the
spectacular Michigras p a r a d e.
Leading the 1950 parade were a
young boy and girl, dressed as Li'l
Abner and Daisy Mae.
The theme of the parade was
"Cartoon Capers," and the floats,
constructed by more than 50 Uni-
versity and Ann Arbor organiza-
tions, were take-offs on famous
comic strip characters.

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MONDAY NIGHT SHOPPERS!

HARBINGER OF SPRING:

UNION DANCE-
Couples will be able to dance
to the strains of Elliot Lawrence's
music at the Union Record Dance
to be held from 8 to 10:30 p.m.
today in the Terrace Room of the
Union.
These disk dances, which are
free of charge, are a regular Sun-
day night feature providing in-
formal entertainment for students
and their dates.
The Union study hall, room 3-D
will be open for men and their
dates who want to do some last
minute studying for their midse-
mester exams.
QUAD POSTERS-
Today is the deadline for Holly
Hop posters, which will be judged
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, in the West
Quad Lounge.
First, second and third place
prizes are $5, $3 and $1 respec-
tively. Posters may be turned
in at 432 Williams House.
* * *
RECORD CONCERTS-
League record concerts are be-
ing held in the League Library,
8:30 to 10 p.m. on Sundays and
Tuesdays and from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
on Fridays.
Sundays~programs are co-edu-
cational, while Tuesday and Fri-
day programs are for women only.
* * *
MONTE CARLO-
International Center,- in con-

junction with the International
Students Association, will present
their annual Monte Carlo Party
from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in Rackham Assembly Hall.
Heading the program will be
"gambling" with millions of dol-
lars of stage money at stake. Some
of the games that will be played
are roulette, baccarat, poker,
blackjack and dice games.
A half hour floor show is
planned
House Presidents
The House Presidents meet-
ing has been postponed from
tomorrow until Monday, Nov.
19.

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