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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FWt'N

Southern Atmosphere To Prevail
For Traditional Panhellenic Ball

SAE'S, PHI DELTS' TO CLASH:
Annual 'Mud Bowl' Game Slated

Affiliated coeds and their dates
will dance in the background of a{
southern garden at the Panhellen-
ic Association's annual Panhel
Ball, entitled "Southern Shadows,",
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7, in the League.
Silhouettes of glamorous south-
ern ladies and chivalrous gentle-
men will adorn the walls of the:
League ballroom, while magnolia
trees and Spanish moss will re-
mind those attending of the south-
ern atmosphere.
* * *
IN FRONT of the band stand, a
water fountain will spray, while
the bandstand itself will be deco-
rated as a southern plantation
porch, complete with white pillars.
A steam boat steaming up a
southern river will be found in
the League hall way. However,
this is to be a special type of
boat, a Panhel steamboat, with

a flag- for each sorority on its
mast.
Traditionally each sorority has
a specific room in which to gather
and chat informally. This year all
these rooms will be done in sil-
houettes and colored lights.
COFFEE will be served in one
room, with well-known people
around the University pouring.
This is suggested as a good place
to stop and talk.
Programs for the semi-formal
dance will carry out the thene
of black and white silhouettes.
The main entrance to the dance
will be the door opening from the
Mall.
AL ZITO and his band will play
for couples in the main ballroom
and Panhel Ball will also feature
Red Johnson and his combo.
NEW,
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For a permanent momento of
the evening, a photographer will
be taking pictures throughout
the evening.
This year Panhel Ball is open
to all affiliated women and their
dates. Pledges are also invited to
attend.
* * *
ANY transfer affiliates whose
house is not represented on cam-
pus can contact Phyllis Thombs,
at 2-2539 in the evening, for tick-
ets.
Tickets will be sold by one
member of each sorority at $3 a
couple.
Members of the central commit-
tee include Ann Houck, Alpha Xi
Delta, general chairman; Ann Fur-
stenaw, Kappa Alpha Theta, as-
sistant general chairman and Suw
Fricker, Delta Delta Delta.
* *
THE LIST continues with Mary
Sue Flemming, Alpha Chi Omega,
programs; Ann Waterbury, Delta
Gamma, decorations; Mary Hoyt,
Alpha Omicron Pi, assistant dec-
orations; Peg Schaible, Alpha Xi
Delta, publicity and Phyllis
Thombs, Alpha Delta Pi, tickets.
This year will be the fourth year
that the dance has been held in
the League and also the fourth
year that it has been open only to
affiliated women and their es-
corts.
Formerly, the Panhel Ball had'
been presented in the IM Building.
Because of the great cost involved
the Central Committee decided to
hold the dance at the League
where it proved a great success.

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SOUTHERN SHADOWS-Shown working on decorations for the
annual Panhel Ball are members of the decorations committee.
Open to all affiliated women, "Southern Shadows" will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, in the League.
,Quartet To Provide Music
At Union Little Club' Dance

Student

By ROZ SHLIMOVITZ
Two platoon football will return
to Ann Arbor this Saturday when
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Del-
ta Theta clash in the 13th annual;
Mud Bowl classic, to be presented
at 10 a.m. at the SAE Bowl on
the corner of Washtenaw and S.
University.
Phi Delta Theta, defending
champions, will attempt to win its
fourth consecutive game and re-
tain possession of the brown jug
and Balfour Plaque, symbolic of
the victory.
FIELDING A line averaging 215
pounds, the SAE's believe this will
be their year. SAE Coach Fielding
H. Bradleybann was quoted as
saying "We got the depth."
Festivities will begin tonight
when the band composed of SAE
and Phi Delt pledges will offi-
cially inaugurate the homecom-
ing event by entertaining dormi-
tory coeds at dinner.
The marching band will also
perform on the diag tomorrow
and at the game.
WHILE NO admission will be
charged at the touch football
game between the two rivals,,a col-
lection taken up by Kappa Alpha
Theta and Collegiate Sorosis
pledges during halftime will go to
the annual underprivileged child-
ren's Christmas party, sponsored)
by the IFC.
Another old rivalry will be re-,
newed when Collegiate Sorosis
faces Kappa Alpha Theta, in a
soccer game to be played be-
tween halves of the "Mud Bowl"
contest.
A humorous note will be injected
when members of the two frater-
nities, dressed in feminine attire,
parade before coed judges in the
annual beauty contest.
SEVERAL FORMER Wolverine
football players will play promi-
nent roles in the football game.
Harry Allis, great end on a Rose
Bowl Championship team and
Bill (one-play) Putich, captain in
1951, will be the referees.
Spectators will see Merritt
Green, Bob Timm and Bruce
Bartholomew, SAE stalwarts, in
action once again.
Cheered on by the Thetas, the
starting SAE offensive lineup will
have Tony Corneliuson and Ron
Norene at the ends, Howie Welch,
center, Bob Timm and Bruce Bar-
tholomew at the halfback posi-
tions and Fritz Richmond calling,
signals.
THE DEFENSIVE platoon con-

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sists of Jack Stevens, Tim Green,'
Ron Norene, Johan Taylor, Neal
Speake and Jim Hensen.
Phi Delta Theta coach an-
nounced that Don MacLaren will
start at left end, John Buck will
be the center, Phil Endres will
play right end and the back-
field will be composed of Norm
Borgerson, quarterback, Russ
Swaney, left half and Doug
Lawrence at right half.

ed in school and not participating
with the varsity squad may be eli-
gible for the team.
* * *
IF THE PAST is any indication,
a close hard fought contest will be
played Saturday. Not more than
two points separated the winning
and losing teams the past three
years.
Phi Delta Theta will enter the
game with an undefeated record
so far this year in IM play. The

According to the rules, any Phi Delts wound up second in IM
member of the fraternity enroll- competition last year.

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FORTNITE-Tryouts for Fort-
nite's mistress of ceremonies will1
be held at 4 p.m. today in the
League. The mistress of ceremonies'
will anounce the skits and should
have ideas for the intermission
between skits.
** *
FORTNITE-There will be a
mass meeting of skits chairman for
Fortnite at 7:30 p.m. today in thei
League.
** *
PUBLICITY CHAIRMEN - All
dormitory publicity chairmen areI
asked to attend a meeting at 4 p.m.
today in the League.
HILLEL-"Music for All" to be
presented once again at 8 p.m. to-,
day at the Hillel Building will fea-
ture recordings of the Boston
Symphony orchestra under the di-
rection of Charles Munch. Any-
one on campus may 'attend this
event.
INTERNATIONAL TEA - All
students are invited to the week-
ly International Tea to be held
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. today in the
International Center. Entertain-
ment will be provided.
* * . 1
TENNIS CLUB - Weather per-
mitting, the WAA Tennis Club will
meet on the WAB courts at 3 p.m.
tomorrow. Miss Joan Farrell, club
advisor, will be on hand to help
any of the, members who desire
instruction.
DANCE CLUB - The Modern
Dance Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
today in the dance studio at Bar-
bour Gym. Students still have a
chance to join this club.
f . *
PINSETTERS - Pinsetters are
still needed by the Bowling Club.
Students interested in earning
some extra money in this way
should call Eileen Harmer, at 2-
6576.
SOPH CAB-All members of the
following Soph Cab committees
will meet at the League today:
posters and general publicity, 3:30
p.m.; stage crew, 5 p.m. and re-
freshments and decorations, 7 p.m.
Room numbers will be posted.
SYMPOSIUM - In connection
with the religious symposium Dr.
Jacobs, Hillel Director, spoke on
the Jewish religion at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house yesterday.
Dr. Jacobs was also scheduled to
lecture for a Music 183 class and
at Michigan State Normal Col-
lege.

Relaxation before the excite-
ment of Saturday's football game
can be found from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow at the weekly op-1
ening of the "Little Club" in the1
North Lounge of the Union.
Checkered table - cloths a n d
lighted candles in whiskey-bottle
holders will surround the dance
floor, enhancing the night club
atmosphere.,
SMOOTH AND dreamy music,'
in keeping with the cabaret set-
ting, will be played by the Joe
Thomas Quartette.
Leading the group is Joe Maz-
zola and his accordian. Known
as "the strolling musician" he;
is soloist at a local country club
and a graduate of the Univer-
sity.
Anceo Francisco, a sophomore
in the School of Music, will take!
over on the clarinet. This versa-
tile member of the marching band
plays a variety of instruments and
is a Nat King Cole type of singer.
THE DRUMMER of the group,
G. Goldberg, also drums for the
Alley Cats. He hails from Winnet-
ka, Illinois, the home of many'
famous drummers, including Gene
Krupa.
Last, but not least, Andy
al Black Cat Ball I

White makes up the fourth
member of the Quartette, play-
ing the string bass. He is well
known in his own right as a tap
dancer in Varsity Night, Gulan-
tics and the Union Opera.
In the spring of last year, the
Quartette was featured on Talent
USA over a nation-wide radio net~-
work. They are the regular band
at a local dance hall and have.
played at several fraternity and
sorority functions.
* *I *
WITH A "polite swing style,"
this four piece group lists as its
favorite number, "Ruby" andC
"Pennies from Heaven." However,
besides playing soft, dreamy mu-
sic, "jump" tunes and old favor-
ites will also be featured.
Cokes, potato chips and pret-
zels *ill be available for hungry
dancers. The Union cafeteria
will also be open.
A regular Friday night feature
throughout the semester, the "Lit-
tle Club" is open to both students
and guests on campus.
* * *
TICKETS, available at the door,
are priced at $1 per couple. Ad-
mission is 75 cents after 11 p.m.:
A Union Executive Council
project, the set-up of the "Club"
is taken over by a different
committee each week.
Couples who don't wish to end
their week-end of dancing on Sat-
urday night may take advantage
of the Sunday Night Record Dance
to be held from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Terrace Room of
the Union.
Favorite records and a casual
atmosphere are featured at this
dance. Admission is free.
There will be no Union Mem-
bership Dance this Saturday.

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