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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIE

Black Cat Will Reign
At Homecoming Dance

In order to find a name for the
Black Cat, the committee in
charge of Black Cat Ball, this
year's homecoming dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day in the Intramural Building is
sponsoring a contest to select just
the right title.
Each student purchasing a tick-
et for the dance will be given an
opportunity to make a suggestion.
The committee will select the win-
ning name and then will award
a prize to its contributor during
the homecoming dance. The na-
ture of the prize is to be a secret
until then.
Black Cat Ball was chosen as
the title for this year's home-
coming dance last week during a
meeting of the Student Legis-
lature appointed Homecoming
Committee.
Selected in order to give the3
dance a flavor of Halloween since
it falls on the day when spooks:
and jack-o'lanterns reign, the
committee also felt that the sound
of the name puts the annual dance;
on a more informal level.;
In evidence on all publicity, the9
Black Cat himiself is the official

symbol of the dance. He is pictured
wearing a "Michigan" helmet and
carrying a football.
Thus the Halloween theme is
tied in with the football spirit,
which also prevails at this time
of year.
Done as a print-making class
project, the posters were drawn by
Bill Whittingham, '54A&D, and
lettered by Ken Rice, '54 A&D.
With decorations and programs
following the Halloween theme,
the dance will feature the music
of Claude Thornhill and his or-
chestra.
Awarding of trophies for
homecoming displays will high-
light intermission. According to
the committee, "top-flight" en-
tertainment has also been plan-
ned.
As in previous years, a photog-
rapher will be on hand to take
pictures of couples attending the
annual dance.
Tickets for Black Cat Ball, pric-
ed at $3.60 per couple, will be
available all this week from 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Admin-
istration Building and on the Diag-
onal.

-Daily-Dick Gaskiil
NAME THAT CAT-Pictured putting final touches on the Black
Cat, symbol of Black Cat Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the Intramural Building, is its designer Bill Whit-
tingham. All persons buying a ticket for the dance will have an
opportunity to suggest a name for the cat.

'MILADY LOVES TO DANCE':
Panhellenic As!
Panhellenic Association will pre- The year 1
sent its annual Panhel Ball, which Kinley and h
has a history dating back many "Peter's Pani
years on campus, from 9 p.m. to tered around
1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 7 in the League. year marked
Members of the central com- the dance w
mittee who will carry through this Building.
year's dance include Ann Houck, *
Alpha Xi Delta, general chairman; BECAUSEt
Ann Furstenaw, Kappa Alpha dance, in 19
Theta, assistant general chairman; Board decided
Sue Fricker, Delta Delta, Delta, in the Leagi
patronesses; Mary Sue Flemming, "Midnight in
Alpha Chi Omega, programs; Ann plete with a N
Waterbury, Delta Gamma, decora- Diamond Hor
tions; Mary Hoyt, Alpha Omicron
Pi, assistant decorations; Peg
Schaible, Alpha Xi Delta, publi-
city and Phyllis Thombs, Alpha
Delta Pi, tickets.
IN THE YEARS before and in-
cluding 1945, Panhel Ball was
sponsored jointly by both Pan-
hellenic and Assembly. Held in the
spring in the Intra-mural Build-
ing, the dance was usually so
crowded that the Central Commit-"-
tee made plans to have an "Over-
flow" dance in the League.'
Dance theme in 1945 was
"Heavenly Daze" with Raymond
Scott playing at the IM build-
ing and Billy Munday supply-
ing the music for couples at the
"Overflow" dance.
Because of the increased enroll-
ment and the difficulty in holding °
this overflow dance, the following .
year Panhellenic and Assembly de-
cided to separate their dances.:
"OPEN SESAME," the 1946 Pan-
hel Ball, was held in the fall. The
site of the dance was still the IM
Building and Sonny Dunham and1
his orchestra were featured. Inde-
pendents were invited to the dance
although it was held primarily for
affiliates.'
Stan Kenton supplied the
music for "Elysian Eve" in 1947
and the theme was Greek, com-
plete with pillars and the Par-
thenon. Blue and silver sophisti-
cation was the motif for "Mood
Indigo" in 1948 and Will Os-
borne's orchestra was featured.}

1949 saw Ray Mc-
is orchestra play for
c," which was cen-
a circus theme. That
the last time that
as held in the IM
* *
OF the cost of the
50 the Panhellenic
d to hold the dance
ue. The theme was
Manhattan" com-
rew York skyline, the
seshoe and Gay Cla-

ridge's orchestra. Because of lim-
ited space, the dance was open
only to affiliated women and men.
In 1951, Panhel Ball was
again opened to "Independents,'
although "Musical Moods" was
held in the League. Decorations
carried out the theme by hav-
ing one room decorated in jazz
style another in a semi-classi-
cal tone, and the third "blues"
mood.
"Wonderland"in 1951 was high-
lighted by Alice's escapades with
the pink-eyed White Rabbit. Tra-

ditionally each sorority has a spe-
cific room in which to gather and
chat informally. These were each
demorated by a playing card from
the Queen's Court.
Two rooms in the League were
open for dancing Red Harper and
his orchestra were featured in the
ballroom and Paul McDonough's
combo fulfilled requests in one of
the second floor rooms.
This year Panhel Ball is open
to all affiliated men and women.
Tickets will be sold by one mem-
ber of each sorority at $3 a couple.

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Supper club, movies, discussions
and chorus organizational meeting
are among the activities schedul-
ed for this week by the B'nai Brith
Hillel Foundation.
Needing only a desire tosing and
s6ome ability to read music, stu-
dents may join the Hillel chorus
at 5 p.m. today at the Hillel Build-
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station WUOM and has been as-
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discussion period, which each week
will pertain to a different subject
and feature a different leader, will
be initiated at'4 p.m. Tuesday with
Hillel Director Dr. H. Jacobs lead-
ing the discussion.
Tuesday will also be movie
night at the building. The name
of the picture to be shown has
not been revealed yet.

socaea w~ ne nierocen Bingo, ping pong and bridge
Music Camp the past two seasons, will keep guests occupied at the
is the director. Inter-faith Game Night to be pre-
sented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
FUTURE plans for the group in- the Hillel Building. Hal Josehart,
lude concerts and a radio per- publicity chairman, stated, "Every.
formance. Following the election one on campus is welcome to come
of officers which will take place in and join the fun.
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Following the meeting, a sup-
per club will be held from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m. today. Kosher corn
beef sandwich, a favorite with
many students, will be on the
menu.
Married couples will get to-
gether for a tea from 8 p.m. to 10
p.m. today.
* * *
"ADVENTURES in Judaism" a

REGISTRATION for classes in
Hebrew, Modern Israel and other
Jewish studies will take place at
4 p.m. Thursday. Anyone interest-
ed in enrolling in the courses is
asked to contact Marion Sanders,
educational chairman, at the sec-
retary's office in the Hillel Build-
ing.
The Hillel building, a modern
brick structure, contains a li-
brary housing a complete col-
lection of Judaic literature, a
music room with an extensive
record collection, a chapel-audi-
torium and an auxiliary chapel,
a recreation room, a darkroom
and arts and crafts room, a
lounge and kitchen.

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SOPH CAB-There will be a's
meeting of the hostess committee
of Soph Cab at 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the League. All interested wo-
men may attend. The room num-
ber will be posted on the League
Bulletin Board.
UNION RECORD DANCE-An-
other of the weekly Union Sun-
day night record dances will be
held tonight in the Terrace Room I
of the Union. There is no admis-
sion charge.

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VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Hillel organization tries to satis-
-Games in the WAA volleyball fy the religious, social and cul-
tournament this week will begin tural needs of Jewish students.
at the following times: More than 200 foundations in
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Sorosis the United States and Canada
vs. Kleinstueck I; Kappa Alpha are all sponsored by the B'nai
Theta vs. Kleinstueck II; at 7:15 Brith, a Jewish fraternal organi-
p.m.-Geddes vs. Stockwell II; zation.
Couzens I vs. Jordan II; at 8 p.m. I The religious program for the
-Barbour II vs. Vaughan II; Zone year includes services on the Sab-
I vs. Mosher II. bath and holidays, observance of
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha all festivals and an interfaith pro-
Epsilon Phi I vs. Kappa Kappa gram with other campus religious
Gamma I; Jordon IV vs. Alpha groups.
Chi Omega I; at 7:15 p.m.-Pi
Beta Phi I vs. Mosher I; Alpha
Phi vs. Sigma Delta Tau. LADIES'
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Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha 4 STYLISTS
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Delta Delta II vs. Jordan V; at
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Delta I; Chi Omega II vs. Bar- near Michigan Theatre
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