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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TV

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Al Zito Band To Provide Music
For Panhel's 'Southern Shadows'

Soph Cab Wo
Committees N

rk Underway; ISA To Present Monte Carlo Ball
deed W om en Ending their mid-term blues, ,Building, at the International Committee members for the
Center and on the Diagonal at dance have been chosen and have
together with delicious refresh- to resort to gambling at the an- the price of $2 per couple. They already begun preparations for
mens. nual "Monte Carlo Ball" to be held can also be purchased from any the event. Diniz Ribeiro was ap-
mentsm 0

The trombone of Alan Zito and
the music of his band will sound
through the League when the Pan-
"hellenic Association presents its
annual Panhel Ball, "Southern
Shadows," from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday.
Zito has played lead trombone
in the bands of Tommy Dorsey,
Woodie Herman, Ralph Flanagan,
Sammy Kaye and Vaughn Mon-'
roe, and was arranger for Blue
Barron for eight years.
HE HAS HAD experience with
the Perry Como Show, has played
on radio networks CBS and NBC.
His repertoire 'of accomplishments
also includes "hit" recordings.
Presenting "danceable" music,
Zito and his orchestra will play
in the Main Ballroom, while Red
Johnson and his combo enter-
tain couples in the Hussey
Room.
Featuring Dave Caviteh playing
the saxaphone, Bill Herman,
trumpet, Joe Moore, trombone and
Jim Pallin at the drums, leader
ed Johnson will preside at the
piano.
* * *
JOHNSON WILL play dance
music which he feels will be ap-
pealing to those attending, some
Unon Opera tunes from previous
years, including "Can't Imagine,"
and Union Opera tunes from this
year's show.
Organized last spring, this is
a4 new band on campus. The
combo has played in the Little
Club and for fraternities.
Leader, Red Johnson has con-
ducted and orchestrated the Un.
ion Opera for the last two years.
** *
ATTEMPTING TO arrange mu-
sic for all pieces, instead of hav-
ing many solos, Johnson feels
this gives more depth of tone.
Silhouettes of southern scenes
will adorn the walls of the Lea-
gue Ballroom, while magnolia
trees and Spanish moss will sug-
gest the southern atmosphere.
A water fountain will spray in
front of the band stand, and the
bandstand itself will be decorated'
as a southern plantation porch,
complete with white pillars. -
A PANHEL steamboat with a
flag for each sorority on its mast
will be steaming up the League
hallway.

YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN-Trombonist Al Zito and his band
will set the musical mood for "Southern Shadows," the annual
Panhellenic Association dance, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in the League. The dance, which will feature black sil-
houettes and a Panhellenic steamboat, is open to all affiliated wo-
men and their dates. Tickets for the event are $3 per couple, and
may be purchased in all the sorority houses.
* 4 * * * * *

Rehearsals and poster-making
for Soph Cab are in full swing ac-
cording to the committee reports
received in the League Undergrad-
uate office.
The Soph Cab cast had their
"first fitting" Wednesday with
Emily Jewel, assistant costumes
chairman, helping to plan and
make the outfits for the campus-
wide show.
* * * 4
MAKE-UP committee, under the
direction of Pat Goddard and Jo-
anne Yates, has tentatively de-
cided on the make-up for the var-
ious characters. The first meeting
will be November 3.
Plans for decorations have
been made and approved, ac-
cording to committee chairman
Marilyn Miller. The purchasing
of supplies will start immedi-
ately.
Donna Netzer, tickets chairman,
announced that the design for the
tickets has been approved and
they are now being printed. The
big job of sellng the tickets will
be coming up soon, and more sales-
men are needed.
DUTIES ON the hostess com-
mittee have been assigned by Bev
Falk and more hostesses are want-
ea for the nights of Dec. 4 and 5.
The publicity committee, un-
der the direction of Sue Kipnis,
is in full swing, and posters and
stunts are being planned with
the help of Jane Brill and Alice
James, committee chairmen.
Sophomore women are urged to
work on these committees to help
make this year's Soph Cab a suc-
cess. Women working on the
nights of the show will be admit-
ted free. They are needed to work
as hostesses and ushers, to serve
refreshments and to work at the
booths.
THE CENTRAL committee also
urges all sophomore women to pay
their dues, which are $1. These
will be used to finance the event.
Although Soph Cab has usu-
ally been in early spring, this
year it will take place on Dec.
4 and 5. Each year Soph Cab
takes overhthe entire second
floor of the League f or two
nights of fun, dancing and re-
freshments.
The event features dancing in
the LeagueBallroom, a floorshow
in the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre and various games of chance

W ; From v p.m. to midnight, Saturday,
PINK LEMONADE and a saw- November 14, in the Union Ball-
dust arena were featured in the room.
first presentation of Soph Cab in Recreating the atmosphere of a
1927. The event was held in An- Casino Cafe, the party is spon-
gell Hall in connection with the sored by the International Stu-
Annual League and Church Ba- dents Association. Roulette, wheels
zaar. of fortune, cards, and other games
will give couples the chance to
Two years later Soph Cab increase or decrease their fortunes
m aved to Barbour Gym and in of fake money which will be given
1931 came to the League where to everybody.

ISA officer.
Another feature of the evening
will be a floorshow featuring folk
songs and dances from India, Is-
rael, China, Latin America and
England.

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CIGARETTE
culate in the
couples with a'

GIRLS will cir-
crowd to provide
"smoke."

pointed as general chairman while
Ann Bandler is in charge of the
floorshow.
Students acting on the decora-
tions committee are Tony Bonadio,
Bharat Bhushan, and Linda Cat-
ancarita. Others who are helping
with the preparations are Napo-
leon Campomanes, publicity chair-
man, and Patiphat Arayasastra
who is handling the tickets.
League Council
The League Council will meet
at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
League for their Ensian pic-
ture. Members of the Women's
Senate will have their picture
taken at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the
League.

it has since remained. From 19-
41 to 1944 the event was dis-
continued because of the war.
Last year Soph Cab featured
"Music Heaven" with Paul Root's
orchestra playing smooth dance
music in the League Ballroom. The
Ann Arbor Alleycats held forth in
the Michigan Room for novelty
dancing.

UNLIKE many gambling casi-
nos, losers will not have to leave
in a discouraged mood, as Paul
McDonough and his orchestra will
be on hand to provide cheerful
dancing music at this ISA festiv-
ity.
Tickets for this event will be
sold in the Administration

Photographe-s will also be on
hand to take pictures of couples
dressed in their "Sunday best."
Dressy dresses and heels are in
order for the women while men
can show off their newest suits.
Funds from this ISA event will
be turned over to the Foreign Stu-
dents Emergency Fund and other
charitable institutions.

charitable institutions.
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Traditionally each sorority
has a specific room in which to
gather and chat informally. This
year all these rooms will be done
in silhouettes and colored lights.
Coffee will be served in one
room, with people who are well-

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throughout the second floor of
the League;.
The Wonderland effect was
highlighted by murals in the
ballroom depicting Alice's esca-
pades with the pink-eyed rab-
bit.

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known around the University Couples continued their journeyI
pouring. through Wonderland with visits to
a: 4the hall of many doors, the White
PROGRAMS FOR the dance will Rabbit's home, the Duchess' kit-
carry out the motif of black and Chen, the Queen of Hearts' cro-
white silhouettes. quet game and finally to the trial
ofethe Knave of Hearts at the Pal-
The main entrance to the ace.
dance will be the door opening I

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This year will be the fourth year tiesn as etheu blueatepilrths
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affiliated women and their es-
corts. After completing the first part
M of the journey, couples were
LAST YEAR the theme of the greeted at the doors of the var-
annual dance was Alice in Won- us rooms along Concourse
derland, which was carried out by the famous playing cards ofI
with s t o r y b o o k decorations the Queen's Court.
In 1951 the theme of the dance
was "Musical Moods" with decora-
tions centering around the music-
al theme.

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SEVERAL ROOMS off the Con-
course were decorated in various
kmusical moods. For example one
room was done in semi-classical
style, another had a jazz theme
and still another carried out aI
blues note.
For a permanent momento of
this year's dance, a photograph-
er will be taking pictures of
couples throughout the evening.
The semi-formal Panhel Ball
is open to all affiliated women
and their dates.
Any transfer affiliates whoseI
house is not represented on cam-I
pus can contact Phyllis Thombs
for tickets, in the evening, at 2-
2539.

WAANotices
WAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNA-
MENT-Games in this week's vol-
leyball tournament will be played
at the following timese:
Monday at 7:15 p.m.-Geddes
'vs. Vaughan II; Couzens I vs. Mo-
sher II.
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta II vs. Alpha Phi; Jordan I
vs. Pi Beta Phi I.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.-New-
berry vs. Stockwell I; Kleinstueck
II vs. Vaughan I.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Alpha Delta
Pi; Alpha Chi Omega vs. Jordan
V; at 7:15 p.m.-Pi Beta Phi II
vs. Kappa Delta; Alpha Omicron
Pi vs. Jordan III.

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