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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Seniors W ill
Ticket Sales &
SWill Begin
Tomorrow{

Present'
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Ball
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March
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151

7 Seniors will stage their biggest
"get-together" of the year, Senior
Ball, from 9 p. In.. to 1 a. m. Satur-
day, March 15 in the Union Ball-
room.
Tickets for the '52 ball; "Once
Upon A Time," will go on sale to
the campus tomorrow. They may{
be purchased at $2.50 a couple
from 1 to 5 p. m. every day in the
Administration Building.
ALTHOUGH PRESENTED by
the seniors and given in honor of
them, the dance is open to every-
one-from the spirited freshman
to the staid o1' senior.
Students In all classes will be
able to appreciate the humorous
decorative setting for the dance
which will be based on modern-
ied nursery rhymes. Characters
from Mother Goose will bear
close resemblance to campus
"Joe Colleges" and "Mary Co-
eds."
Among the "personalities" who
will be seen at the ball are Georgie
Porgie, the campus wolf, Little
Boy Blue in football garb, and Ol'
King Cole having his ID checked
at the door.
."* *
COUPLES ATTENDING t h e
dance will pass under the huge
legsof the Giant as they enter the.
Union and "climb" up Jack's
Beanstalk to the ballroom. At the
entrance to the dance floor will
be the large clock in "Hickory
1 I

Coeds To Vie
For Positions
Affiliates to Petition
For Panhellenic Posts
Petitions from sorority women
interested in competing for Pan-
hellenic positions are to be turned'
into the League Undergraduate
Office Monday, March 10. Coeds
are requested to sign up for their
interviews as they hand in their
petitions.
To aid women interested in the
jobs, Panhellenic has posted a list
of the positions and their various
duties on the bulletin board in the
Undergraduate Office and presi-
dent's reports will also be avail-
able.
Included among the jobs which
are open are the members of the
Panhellenic Board which consists
of the president, first vice-presi-
dent, second vice-president, secre-
tary, treasurer and rushing chair-
man.
An associate member of the Pan-
hellenic Board is the public rela-
tions chairman, a position that
was created for the first time this
year.
Also to be chosen are the cen-
tral committee members for Pan-
hellenic Ball. The committee in-
cludes the general chairman, as-
sistant c h a i r m a n, decorations
chairman, patrons chairman, pro-
grams chairman, publicity chair-
man and ticket chairman.
The chairman for newspaper
publicity, stunts, displays and
posters, and ushers as well as gen-
eral chairman and secretary for
the Panhellenic Variety Show are
more positions open for petition-
ing.
A job open only to juniors is
that of chairman of counselors.

Panhellenic Association will
present its annual Variety Show
featuring Spike Jones and his
Musical Depreciation Revue at 8
p. m., Monday, March 17 in Hill
Auditorium.
Tickets, priced at $1.80, $1.50
and $1.20, may be purchased by
mail order. Box office sales will
begin March 10.
* * *

BARB ELLIOTT, '52,
charge of the production
show.

MUSIC DEPRECIATION:
Spike Jones To Be Featured
In Panhel Variety Program

is in
of the

Famous throughout the coun-
try for his zany, crazy music,
Spike has surrounded himself
for this performance with his
usual bevy of friends and ac-
quaintance
Television Program
The League will be featured
on the University television
program which will be pre-
sented at 1 p. m. today over
WWJ-TV. Cathy Sotir and Eth.,
el McCormick will be inter-
viewed and an act from JGP,
Bob Leopold and his Combo and
an ensemble from The Women's
Glee Club will be presented.

His wife, Helen Grayco, doub-
ling as a torch singer, Sir Frederic
Gas, a "long-hair" in the literal
sense of the word, and a two-
headed drummer also number
among the cast.
. * *
ON HIS Musical Depreciation
Revue, Spike will introduce such
numbers as "In; a Persian Mar-
ket," an Oriental version of the
Jones humor; "Poet and Peasant"
with varying barnyard touches;
and "My Daddy Is a General to
Me," one of his latest.
Also included in the show will
be a zany number entitled "Bee-
thoven's Unfinished Fifth" and
the Spike Jones' version of
"Some Enchanted Evening."
Spike and a group of friends
collaborated in 1942 to play nov-
elty tunes, more for their own
amusement than anything else. A
prominent official heard them,
sent some recordings to his firm
and signed them to a contract.
The group was disappointed
when the redord buying public did
not seem to realize that they were
kidding, but with "Der Fuehrer's
Face," Spike Jones and his career
of disenchantment began their
rise to the top.

W AA Notices
Coaches and Officials--T h e r e
will be a meeting of the WAA
Coaches and Officials Club at 5
p. m. tomorrow in Barbour Gym.
* * *
Folk and Square Dance--A n y
men and women interested in
square dancing may attend the
regular meeting of the co-recrea-
tional Folk and Square Dance Club
at 5 p. m. Wednesday in Barbour
Gym.
Basketball Tournament-T h e
WAA sponsored basketball tourna-
ment is nearing the end and this
year's winners will soon be known.
The schedule for this week's
games is as follows: Tuesday at
7:15 p. m.-Chi Omega I vs. Stock-
well I; Jordan III vs. Mosher III;
at 8 p. m.--Barbour I vs. Delta
Gamma I; Kappa Kappa Gamma
I vs. Jordan II.
Wednesday at 7:15 p. m,-
Stockwell V vs. winner of Jordan
III vs. Mosher III; winner of Chi
Omega I vs. Stockwell I vs.
Vaughn II.
Thursday at 7:15 p. m.-winner
of Delta Gamma I vs. Barbour I
vs. Kleinstueck I; winner of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma I vs. Jordan II
vs. Alpha Phi I.
Radminton-there will be co-
recreational badminton at 8 p. m.
tomorrow in Barbour Gym.

~-D"ly-"l Red
"HEI LO BABY"-This may be the beginning of a beautiful romance. Major, a Delta Tau Delta,
spotted Francise in bonnet and skirt on the diag, thought she was a real "queen" and decided to
call her for a date to Senior Ball. Here we see Major giving out with the ol' charm and "I love
you madly" line to Francise who is rather unex cited about the phone conversation. However, Fran-
nie Is Just "dying to go to Senior Ball on March 15," even though she hasn't quite made up her
mind about Major.
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Dickory Dock," complete with a
swinging pendulum which will
permit only one couple to pass
through at a time.
Sitting at the bottom of
Humpty Dumpty's wall will be
Don Bari and his orchestra who
will provide the musical atmos-
phere for the ball. -

Bari, who is well-known as a
popular bandleader in Detroit, will
also bring with him a woman
vocalist who is currently appear-
ing on television and Joe Djerkiss,
another bandleader from Detroit.
* * *
COEDS WILL be given late per-
mission for the dance which is

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semi-formal. A photographer will
be on hand to take pictures of
couples attending the ball.
Programs will be decorated
on a graduation theme in honor
of the seniors.
"This is an opportunity for all
the seniors to get together for one
big final party," said Mark Sand-
ground, general chairman of the
ball. "We're going to make their
dance one which they'll want to
remember."
Senior Ball has been held an-
nually May in the past. The
Senior oard, however, decided to
break tradition this year and hold
the dance on an earlier date to
avoid conflict with pre-exam and
pre-graduation activities.
Hillel Petitioning
To BeginToday
Petitions for Hillel council may
be picked up at the council meet-
ing at 10:30 a. m. today in Lane
Hall and will be available all next
week.
The meeting is open to anyone
interested. Council elections will
be held soon, as the organization
plans to move to its new house on
Hill Street in March.
The petitions will be due at 5
p. m. Monday, March 10.

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COLLEGE SHOP

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LEAGUE COUNCIL-The League
Council will meet at 5 p. m. to-
morrow in the League. The room
number will be posted.
* * *
ORIENTATION L E A D E R S_
Women who served as orientation
leaders last fall and are interested
in working again next fall should
contact Barbara Johnson, Orienta-
tion Chairman of the League, any
time from 3:15 to 5 p. m. Tuesday
or from 2:15 to 5 p. m. Thursday
in the League. The room number
will be posted.
* * *
"BIG BUMS" CONTEST-T h e
latest news on the current nation-
wide "Big Bums" contest has
brought the startling discovery
that five of the sloppiest bums in
the nation are enrolled here at the
University.

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