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CR 9,1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'anhel Board Petitions Due Today

SYMPONIC SATIRES:

Petitions for Panhellenic Board
are due at 5 p.m. today in the
Undergraduate t office , of the
League.
Positions are open to women
who are juniors this semester and
members of the Panhellenic As-
sociation with the exception of
Chairman of Counselors which is
open to sophomore petitioners.
Petitions can be obtained from
the undergraduate office of the
activities chairmen in the various
sorority houses on campus. Coeds
are requested to sign up for inter-
views when they hand in their
petitions.

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Information about the various
positions can be found in the
President's reports in the League,
the League Lowdown and the
sorority activities chairmen.
The various jobs open include
president, first vice-president, sec-
ond vice-president, secretary,
treasurer, rushing chairman,
chairman of counselors and chair-
man of public relations.
The president of Panhellenic
Association is the chairman of the
Executive Board and the Execu-
tive Council. She shall also act as
coordinator of the Executive
Board and must notify all mem-

Musical Depreciation Revue
Will Invade Hill Auditorium

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bers who have been elected to-
office or committee positions.
The duties of the first vice-
president include being in charge
of faculty teas, the displaced per-
son of the Panhellenic Associa-
tion, Rushing Workshops and
sorority transfer relationships.
She presides in the absence of
the President and assumes the
Presidency in the case of vacancy
in that office as well as attend
meetings for the President.
Chairman of the Variety Show
and Fresh Air Camp Drive and
advisor to Junior Panhellenic are
among the responsibilities of the
second vice-president.
The secretary takes minutes of
all meetings of the various Pan-
hel Boards and must type and send
copies of the minutes to the
Dean of Women and the Social
Director's Office.
She must take charge of all cor-
respondence that pertains to the
Panhellenic Association, keep the
Panhel bulletin board up to date
and obtain rooms for the weekly
Panhellenic meetings and other
functions.
Budgets for members of the Ex-
ecutive Council,, collections -of
house dues, purchase orders and
the Panhellenic section of, the
League Lowdown are among the
many things the treasurer over-
sees.
The rushing chairman's duties
include many of the phases of
rushing such as presiding at meet-
ings of the rushing chairmen, re-
vising rushing rules, and taking
charge of the meeting for regis-
tration of rushees.
The junior position on the Pan-
hellenic Council, chairman 4o
counselors, is responsible for the
training of counselors, all book-
keeping required of the counselors
and many other duties connected
with the counselor system at, the
University.
WAA Notices
Badminton Club-Meeting time
of the co-recreational Badminton
Club has been changed from 7:15
to 9 pvm. Mondays to Wednesdays.
Rackets will be available in Wat-
erman Gym, but players must
~furnish their own birds.
Coaches and, Officials-There
will V no meeting tomorrow, and
members may conie to Barbour
Gym and ask permission to um-
pire intramural games.
* * *
Folk andkSquare Dances-There
will be folk and square dancing
at 8 p.m. Wednesday is Barbour
Gym.
Basketball Tournament - The
schedule for the week is as fol-
lows: Monday at 7 p.m.-Chi
Omega I vs. Vaughan II; Thurs-
day at 7:30 p.m.-winner of Chi
Omega I vs. Vaughan II vs. An-
gell I.

Spike Jones and the City
Slickers will invade Ann Arbor at
8 p.m. Monday, March 17 to star
in Panhellenic Association's an-
nual Variety Show in Hill Audi-
torium.
The Musical Depreciation Revue
includes not only Spike and his
band but comedians, acrobats,
singers and novelty numbers.
* * *
MAIL ORDERS for tickets are
now open and box office sales will
start on March 10. Tickets are
priced at $1.80, $1.50 and $1.20.
George Rock, Freddy Morgan,
Peter James, Bill King, the
Wayne-Marlin Trio, Ruth Fos-
ter and Helen Grayco, Spike's
singing wife are just a few of
the members of Spike's musical
family who will be featured in
the variety show.
Spike Jones, whose real- name
is Lindley Armstrong Jones, is
star of radio, television, motion
pictures and recordings although
when his first record appeared in,
'49 he was called a "flash in the
pan" by critics.
* *~ *
JONE'S SENSATIONAL career
was started by a colored cook
working in a railroad station in
Imperial Valley near Calexico, Cal-
ifornia. The cook worked for
Spike's father and was Spike's
partner-in-mischief.
He /carved Jones a makeshift
pail of drumsticks from the
rungs of an old chair which
Spike used on a breadboard.
His parents gave him a real
set of drums for Christmnas soon
after that under the condition
he would confine himself to
good music.
As Spike grew older he forgot
about the promise however and
played in dance bands in high
school and college that special-
ized in novelty numbers. His first
dance group in high school was
UNION
New releases by all time fav-
orite bands will bespinning at
the Union weekly record dance
from 8 to 10:30 p.m. today in
the Union terrace room. There
is no charge for couples at-
tending these Sunday dances.

SPIKE JONES

called "Spike Jones and
Tacks."
4. * *

His Five

Senior Ball
Theme Fetes
Mother Goose
'Once Upon A Time,
Semi-Formal Dance
To Honor Graduates
"Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
He had rings seats for Senior
Ball.
Though the drums blasted
And trumpets joined in,
In five years he promised to
return again."
Humpty Dumpty will be among
the "personalities"1 seen at the
'52 Senior Ball which will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in
the Union Ballroom.
Characters from Mother Goose
will take on a collegiate personal-
ity for the occasion. Couples at-
tending "Once Upon A Time" will
see Little Boy Blue in football
garb, the Giant tracking down
under 21 drinkers and Georgie
Porgie, the campus wolf.
Don Bari and his orchestra will
play at the traditional dance.
Bari, who is well-known in De-
troit, has also played at several
campus events during the past
year.
Senior Ball is open\to the entire
campus, although te dance is
given annually in honor of the
graduating class. Semiformal at-
tire has been suggested by the
dance committee.
Tickets for the ball are on sale
at $2.50 a couple from 1 to 5 p.m.
every day in the Administration
Building.
SENIOR SUPPER
Tickets for Senior Supper to
be held at 6 p.m. Thursday,
March 20 will go on sale to-
morrow in the residence halls
and Undergraduate Office of
the League. Tickets ire priced
at $1.75.
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FROM THIS beginning Jones
has become one of America's most
popular recording stars and has
toured the country with his Mu-
sical Depreciation company since
'46.
Spike Jones' records are top
sellers all over the world even
in countries where their sense
of humor is different from ours
and in places where few of
the population speak English.
One of his greatest thrills ac-
cording to Spike was when the
newspapers and -magazines all
over the country printed political
cartoons based on the recording of
his song "All I Want for Christ-
mas Is My Two Front Teeth."
Not all of Spike's music is zaney,
though. He says he can never for-
get the thrill he had of playing the
"Marseillaise,, for the first time
for the French people who had not
heard it during the four years of
the Germarl Occupation.
He played in France while he
was in Europe to entertain the
troops during the war. Spike
Jones' band was the first to go
overseas to spread a little cheer to
the fighting men.

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