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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Panhel To Present 'Wonderland'

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Annual Ball-
To Feature
Two Bands
Scenes from Alice's Adventures
in Wonderland will come to life
tomorrow when Panhellenic pre-
sents its annual ball "Wonder-
land," from 1:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. in
the League.
Couples attending ' the dance
will take a trip to Wonderland.
Murals will recreate Alice's adven-
tures including her escapades with
the pink-eyed White Rabbit.
JOURNEYING through the
mysterious kingdom of magic they
will be given a chance to view all
the places where Alice had her
narrow escapes.
Along the way they will meet
such famous personalities as the
Queen of Hearts, the Duchess
and her pig and the Cheshire
Cat.
A different part of the wonder-
land scene has been constructed
in the rooms off the Concourse.
The famous playing cards from
the Queens court will be scattered
along the Concourse designating
the various rooms for the sorori-
ties.
* * *
TRADITIONALLY each sorori-
ty has a specific room in which
to gather to chat or play cards.
Music for "Wonderland" will
be. provided by two bands this
year for the first time.
Red Harper and his orchestra
will be featured in the ballroom
with Paul McDonough and his
combo specializing in requests in
one of the second floor rooms.
McDONOUGH who plays piano
in the style of the late Eddie Du-
chin, is known for his composition,
"Can't Imagine," one of the num-
bers from last year's Union Opera.
Tickets may still be purchased
today for $3 In the League Un-
dergraduate office.
Because of the limited space at
the League, the affair will be
open only to pledges, affiliated
transfers and active members of
Panhellenic.
Women have b.een granted late
permission for the event. Women
will be permitted to wear flowers
tomorrow. Just as it is traditional
that corsages not be given to wom-
en attending a regular campus
dance, they may be worn when
the women are taking care of the
bill.

RED HARPER

PAUL MCDONOUGH I

Prescott House Coeds Elect
Executive Council,_Officers

Union Slates
Social Events
For Weekend
Ann Arbor Alleycats,
Little Club To Provide
Music, Entertainment
With anticipation of the hotly
contested game between Purdue
and the "U" tomorrow, the Union
social committee has slated two
dances where students may relax
before and after the game..
After pep rally festivities to-
night, Little Club will be open
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
North Lounge of the Union.
Catering to students, the club
will feature danceable as well as
dixieland music by the Ann Ar-
bor Alleyeats.
This marks the third consecu-
tive year that the Little Club has
held the Friday night limelight
providing dancing and listening
entertainment for campus stu-
dents.
As a special attraction, Jay Mar-
tin, '55, will be on hand to pre-
sent patrons with free samples of
a popular brand cigarette.
Coke, pretzels and potato chips
will be served at the club's coke
bar while more elaborate refresh-
ments,will be on tap in the Union
Tap Room.,
The price of admission will be
$1 for couples spending the entire
evening at the club and 75 cents
fo.r those dropping in after 10:30
p.m.
Tomorrow the optimistic social
committee has scheduled a victory,
dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in
the Union Ballroom featuring the
music of Clare Sheppard and his
orchestra.
This regular Saturday night
Union membership dance will pro-
vide the site for victory celebra-
tions or if dark defeat schrouds
the "U" gridiron, the dance will
provide the opportunity to forget
football rivalries.
_ Current popular tunes such as
"Blue Moon" and. "Wish You Were
Here" will be played by the Shep-
pard band to serenade dancers.
Variety in dancing moods from
rumba to jitterbug favorites will
also be featured by the band.
Tickets for the membership
dance are priced at $1 a couple
and may be purchased at the
Union Main desk.

Prescott House coeds have elect-
ed their officers and taken over
many of the duties that go with
the organization of student gov-
ernment in a freshman dormitory.
The first "co-educational" dor-
mitory on campus, the former
men's house in East Quadrangle
was converted for women last
summer when it was found that
300 more freshmen women had
been admitted to the University
than there had been the previous
year.
The executive council for the
year will be June Wooliver, presi-
dent; Elaine Bice, vice-president;
Martha Sanders, secretary; and
Myrna Noodelman, treasurer.
These four coeds have taken
over the duties of their offices
and conduct house meetings and
house council meetings, and hold
petitioning for chairmanships.

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EVERYTHING'S ON THE HOUSE:
Campus Groups Schedule Wide Variety of Activities;
Plans To Include Record Dances, Costume Parties

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CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP --
Paul Hanselman, former staff
member of Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship, will be speaking at the
weekly meeting of Michigan Chris-
tian Fellowship at 4 p.m. Sunday
in the Fireside Room of Lane Hall.
The topic will be "Experiencing
the Christian Faith" and all in-
terested students are invited to at-
tend.
HILLEL-Regular Friday night
services will be held at 7:45 p.m.
tonight at the Hillel building. Fol-
lowing the services, Rabbi Her-
schel Lyman will review the book,
"Life Is with People."

Four corridor representatives
were elected, two on each floor.
These women are Mari Weil, Su-
san Edwards, Linda Jean Erwin
and Irene; Markowitz.
The various chairmanships
were filled in the usual manner
with the interested coeds submit-
ting a petition to be voted on by
the entire house. These officers
are Martha Smith, social chair-
man; Joanne Osmond, athletic
chairman and Sharon Chynoweth,
assistant; and Maye Stern, activ-
ities chairman.
The list continues with Jean
Del Giudice publicity and Geral-
dine Nikodem, asstistant; Mary
Kirschke, dorm store chairman
and Marsha Saltz, Fortnight
chairman.
The women in Prescott House
had the job of electing a fellow
student to an office unique to this
particular women's dorm-the of-
fice of representative on the East
Quad Council.
Mary Jo Park will sit in on
meetings and have a vote for
the women's interests in the quad
where men outnumber them by a
large majority.
The Assembly Association board
opened petitioning for a panel to
help the freshmen coeds set ur
their government and constitu-
tion.
Nancy Rudel, chairman of the
Prescott panel, reports that three
weeks after their first house meet-
ing, the coeds were well on the
way to managing their own meet-
ings and the panel has now as-
sumed an advisory capacity.
Women in the dorm generally
agree they wouldn't trade places
with any other dorm, and that
Prescott House has everything to
offer but the academic aid of up-
perclassmen.
Members of the panel are at.
tempting to help out in this re
spect until exam files and a li-
brary can be built up. As mudh
as possible they offer advice on
how to study.
Coeds that were chosen for the
Prescott panel are Nancy Rudel,
chairman; Mildred Knapp and
Lila Beck. Evelyn Malawista
serves as ex-officio member from
the Assembly Board.

With the football season com-!
ing to a close and winter ap-
proaching, the campus social cal-
endar this week is a mixture of
the last of the football record
dances and the beginning of the
pledge and house formals.
Tonight's gatherings will- find
the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon
journeying about Ann Arbor and
the surrounding countryside via
the old-fashioned hay wagon. Fol-
lowing the hay ride a record dance
hhas been planned to thaw out!
chilled bones.
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THE THETA XI'S will hold a
Monte Carlo party complete with
a gambling house atmosphere
created by waiters serving gin-
ger ale and guests in formal atire.
Traditional gambling games will
provide the entertainment for the
evening.
"Devil's Delight" will be the
theme of Stockwell Hall's for-
mal from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
night.
The dance will be held in two
rooms, decorated as the Inferno
and a modern version of Hades.
Howie Schuman's band will be
featured and Don Weston will
present an exhibition of magic
during intermission.
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PHI DELT THETA has a dance
featuring Johnny Harberd sched-
uled for this evening and the Sig-
ma Alpha Mu's will begin a week-
end of festivities with a record
dance following the "Brigadoon"
performance.
On tomorrow night's agenda
at the houses is the Sammies'
"Nile Nocturne." Egyptians will
invade the house as guests,
appropriate to the theme. They
will enter through a door in a
mock pyramid.
Egyptian mummies, tombs, and
an Egyptian chorus line will pro-
vide the entertainment, while the
refreshments will include bafest
lox.
* * *
A.T.O.'s will hold their annual
pledge formal at the house. A
banquet before the formal has on
the menu fillet mignon. Bill
Kline's band will provide the mu-
sic at the formal which has
a theme centered around the
pledges. Pledge paddles and but-

tons are planned for decorations,
and panda bears will be given as
favors to the men's dates.
Phi Kappa Sigma will honor
their Purdue chapter at a dance
which will feature the Purdue
mascot and steam engines.
Pi Lambda Phi men will attend
a "Stepping-Out Party" where
they will travel, by means of dec-
orations, to a "high-class" night
club.
* * *
PLEDGES of Tau Delta Phi will
treat the "brothers" to a Roaring
20's party. Costumes with the "23
skiddo" look will prevail at the
record dance simulating a speak-
easy atmosphere.
Straight from Broadway,
"Guys and Dolls" will invade the
Phi Sigma Delta house.
A contest for the most unique
costumes will inspire the men and
their dates to try to become con-
vincing hoodlums and hoodlum-
esses. Purple garters will be given
as favors and new lyrics about the
Round-Up Room
Round-Up Room, featuring
Ted Smith and the Five Aces
will be open from 9 to midnight
tonight in the League. Admis-
sion is 50 cents per person.

men based on the show's melo-
dies will provide the entertain-
ment.
* * *
REEVES HOUSE will hold a
semi-formal Coronation Ball to-
morrow while Van Tyne men
plan a Red and Black informal
dance. Jim King's band will be
featured at the dance which will
be held in a modern mood with
space modulators and yarn in
fancy designs.
Alpha Epsilon Pi will journey
through the pages of the book
Amloy Dukes. Many of the
characters will come to life in
costume whereas, the decora-
tions will revive the setting.
An old fashioned ho down will

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greet Theta Delta Chi men as
they "grand right and left" midst
a setting of hay to the music of
a square dance caller and band.
Sigma Nu's will also dance in an
atmosphere of hay, pumpkins and
straw to the tunes of the latest
records.
Williams House will bring gay
Parie to life at their open-open
house. Rooms, corridors and ball-
room decorations will carry out
the Parisian theme.
Dick Mottern's trio will be fea-
tured at the Allen-Rumsey third
annual open-open house on to-
morrow. Decorations will be in
the television vein as each room
will represent a different T.V.
program.

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DANCING
Friday and Saturday Nites
Dancing Saturday Afternoon
after the game.

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Remington Factory repairman will be at UI-
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adjust your Remington Razor free of charge.

WHERE TO WORK?

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in rear

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Needed, at
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$7.50 ALLOWED
In Trade For Your
Old Electric Razor
On a new Remington

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Fresh Shrimp Cocktail.......... .50
Marinated Herring.,........... . .40
Oyster Stew .................. .60

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