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Panhel Ball To Offer
'Candyland' as Theme

Everything from chocolate sold-
iers to gun drops will be featured
as decorations at the 9th annual
Panhellenic Ball, to be held from
Union Sponsors
Weekend Dances,
Photo Competition
Dances ...
A weekend full of dancing is
scheduled for the Union with prep-
arations underway for Little Club
tonight, an open house after the Il-
linois game, and Red Johnson
playing for the membership dance
Saturday evening.
4 The Little Club will feature Don
Knny's orchestra for dancing and
listening in a night club atmos-
phere. Remembered for his per-
formance at White Rose Ball, Ken-
*ny's group will be situated in the
North Lounge of the Union.
Tomorrow will see Red Johnson
and his eight-piece aggregation
playing for Union members from
9 p.m. until midnight in the main
For something a little different
in the line of Union activities, the
Student Services Committee has ar-
ranged an open house for students,
visitors, and alumni in the ball-
room. Alex Campbell will provide
music and refreshments will be
Photo Contest ...
Competition for the Union-spon-
sored photography contest closes
Wednesday. Chairman Mark Gal-
lon urges all amateur photograph-
ers to enter their snapshots.
All photographs will be divided
into three categories: curricular
scenes, extra-curricular phases of
campus life, community subjects.
Entry blanks may be obtained at
the Union Student offices or at lo-
cal photography shops.
The photographs should be un-
mounted and five by seven in
black and white., They will be ac-
cepted at the Union Student Offices
any afternoon until 5 p.m. Wednes-
The contest is promoted by the
photography clubs in South, West,
and East Quads.
First place winners in last year's
contest were Kent L. Pickard in
the campus and community divi-
sion, George Benisek iin the curric-
ulum division, and Jules Klist, who
topped all other photographers in
the extra-curricular division.

9 p.M. to

1 a.m. Friday in the

Following the general theme of
"Candyland," huge red and white
stripedycandy canes will head the
stairway to the second floor of the
League. In the concourse, gum
drops with the names of the 18
different sororities on them, will
decorate the pillars.
Chocolate soldiers, with real
gum drops for buttons, will guard
the entrance to the main Ball-
room, while big lollypops will be
on each side of thesbandstand.
Warney Ruhl and his orchestra
will provide the music for dancing
in the Ballroom.
Outside the Hussey Room, in
which Red Johnson and his sex-
tette will play for "Candyland,"
will be huge ice cream cones. Re-
freshments will be served to cou-
ples in the Vandenberg boom.
Lollypop Programs
The programs for the traditional
dance will be in the shape of lolly-
pops with wooden sticks. Tickets
for the event are priced at $3
and may be purchased at the
sorority houses.
Alpha Chi Omega was awarded
a box of candy, donated by a
local store, for being the first
sorority to sell 30 tickets to the
Panhel Ball is open to all affil-
iates, pledges and their guests.
Coeds will not be permitted on the
dance floor with corsages, the
central committee said. The event
will be semi-formal, meaning that
coeds will wear formal or dressy
cocktail dresses, and men will wear
tuxs or dark suits.
The "Psurfs," who will enter-
tain during intermission, originat-
ed before World War II, when the
group was not entirely composed
of Law students. Since then it
has grown in number and popular-
ity to 12 members: six seniors,
four juniors and two freshmen.
Arab Club Dance
"Your Fortune In Your Cof-
fee" is the theme of an inform-
al dance to be sponsored by the
Arab Club from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight, tomorrow.
Fortune telling, dancing to
records and refreshments will
be included in the "get to-
gether" at Rackham Hall.
Tickets on sale at Rackham
Hall, are priced at 50 cents per

On tAhe oa
Campus dress will be discarded tomorrow evening as students
don Tarzan apparel, grass skirts and the latest in Parisian costume.
Theme parties are the vogue tomorrow evening and promise to
give a fine showing.
The spotlight is on Club Sambo and Paul Brody's band down
Hawaii way, as Zeta Psi tries a change of climate. Phi Rho Sigma is
moving down that way also with their Aloha party featuring sarongs
and grass skirts for the coeds and shipwreck outfits for the guys.
There's no place for inhibitions at Delta Sigma Delta's Surpressed
Desire party. Costumes offer a wide range of possibilities.
Gambling Party Featured
"Round and round she spins, where she stops nobody knows."
Roulette wheels, dice and playing cards provide the setting for
Psi Omega's gambling party. Watch those snake eyes, gamblers.
Backus, god of wine will welcome couples to the Theta Chi
house party.
It isn't really a mirage. Seeing is believing at the Alpha Sigma
Phi Arabian party.
Tomorrow's the big night at Alpha Epsilon Pi. It's their fifth
anniversary birthday party. The seniors will put on a skit to tell of
the fraternity's progress in the last five years.
Interested in Droodles?
Anyone for a Droodle? Just take your pick at the Acacia Droodle
That French "savoir faire" will prevail at Sigma Chi's French
Apache party. Berets and the'sheek Parisian look will replace col-
legiate dress for the evening.
We're down to dark, mysterious Africa at the Pi Lambda Phi
house. The natives won't hurt you. They're really members at the
jungle party tomorrow-night.
The carnival has come to Ann Arbor with the Cheever circus
party. It's the best time of year also according to Cooley and
Strauss whose theme is Autumn Airs.
Back to our childhood is the theme of Phi Kappa Tau's Kiddie
Dad is the big man on campus this "Father's Weekend" for Phi
Sigma Kappa and Chi Phi. Dads and mothers are honored at Sigma
Kappa and Chi Phi. Dads and mothers are honored at Sigma-Delta
Tau this weekend in honor of the new addition to their house. They
will have a dance and band tomorrow and a banquet at the Union
on Sunday.

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BADMINTON ANYONE?--Dorothy Cant and Don Tyler practice
their shots for the co-recreational Badminton Club, which will
hold its organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Barbour
Gym. Mary Sullivan is club manager.
Alpha Phi Wins First Place
In Annual SwimmingMeet

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AA to B

Alpha Phi placed first in last
night's women's intramural swim-
ming tournament.
Kappa Alpha Theta captured sec-
ond place while Collegiate Sorosis
was third and Mosher fourth.
Winner of the 50 yard breast
stroke was Ellen Lauppe with a
time of 42.2. Jan Tinkham was sec-
ond while Trish Dow was third.
With a time of 30.9 in the 50 yard
free style Emily Hardy was first;
Jan Northway, second; Minnia
Weisenfeld and Nancy Brinker,
Linda Miller placed first in the
25 yard backstroke with a time of
16.7. Shirley Abbott was second;
Robin Piatt third.
Winners of the 50 yard back-
stroke event were Susan Shipp,
Stockwell, first; Minna Weisenfeld,
second and Nan Brinker, third.
Emily Hardy placed first in the
25 yard free style followed by Lin-
da Miller, second and Peg More-
land, third.
The 25 yard breast stroke event
was won by Jan Tinkham followed
by Minnia Weisenfeld, second, and
Ellen Lauppe, third.
The winner of the 100 yard free
style relay with a time of one min-
ute was Alpha Phi. Kappa Alpha
Theta was second, Collegiate Soro-

sis, third, Martha Cook, fourth and
Hobbs House fifth.
Winner of the diving event was
Cindy Camp followed by Shirley
Eckwall, second, Ann Stuart, third
and Grace Moore, fourth.
Square Dancers
To Hold Meeting
Chix and Chux, an Ann Arbor
square dance group for University
students and young adults, will
holds its third meeting of the sea-
son at 8:30 p.m. today in the
auditorium of Jones School, 401
North Division.
The square dancing will be call-
ed by Grey Austin, and in addi-
tion, folk dancing will be intro-
duced to the club. Refreshments
are also included in the 30 cents
admission charge.
Edna Carlson, publicity chair-
man of Chix and Chux, says that
the yearly dues of the group is
$8, but the charge will be some-
what less for students joining now.
President of the group, Gene
Dudley, urges all interested stud-
ents to come to today's meeting
and states that succeeding meet-
ings will be held at 8:30 p.m.
every Tuesday and Friday.

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Honor Parents, Illini Brothers
Phi Sigma Delta will honor parents and fratei
from Illinois with a dance and music by Gene Cohe
Delta Phi will feature a buffet supper for fraternity
visitors from Illinois.
Something different in the way of parties is b
Evans Scholars at the golf course club house. It is appr
bed the "Tee" party.
Record dances are being held at Delta Theta Phi,
Delta Tau Delta.
Open houses after the game will
be held at the Delta Delta Delta
house who will also feature the
Four Novelaires, Collegiate Sorosis OPEN
and Alpha Phi Alpha. TON IG
Van Tyne in South Quadrangle,
will have an open, open house to- UNTIL
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Alpha Gama Delta will have a
faculty, patron, alumni tea at
2:30-5:30 Sunday.

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