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'T'HURSDAY, NOVEMHE& 10, 1955

THE M CHIGAN DAILY

FAGS ME

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

Panhel Ball
Ticket Sales
To Continue
'Ming-Wai' To Feature
Oriental Decorations,
Music of Hal Singer
Ticket sales for the 1955 Panhel
Ball, "Ming-Wai," to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the
League ballroom have been extend-
ed until 5:30 p.m. tomorrow.
As originally scheduled, sales in
the individual sorority houses
would have ended today, however
late comers may purchase these
extra tickets in the undergraduate
office of the League.
Dancing to the orchestras of Hal
Singer and Bill Bottomly, coeds
will wear formals while their dates
will be attired in business suits.
Especially invited to "Ming-Wai"
are the independent guests of af-
filiated women. Other guests will
include members of sororities at
Indiana University and house-
mothers.
Using an Eastern theme, mem-
bers of the central committee have
transformed the entire second
floor of the League into an oriental
garden, complete with an ornate
pagoda, a shrine and a Japanese
' bridge.
Brightly colored lanterns, tiny
fortune cakes and programs bear-
ing the oriental figures for "Ming-
Wai" will further contribute to the
exotic atmosphere.
Between dancing sessions, inter-
mission entertainment will be pro-
vided by a vocal quartet and an
exhibition group of ballroom dan-
cers.
General chairman for "Ming-
Wai" is Martha Stockard. Ann
Hammond and Betty Doman are
directing ticket sales.

UNUSUAL FESTIVITY:
'Happy Un-Birthday Party'
To Be Held at Martha Cook

Union Plans Detroit Teatre ps

-Daily-Hal Leeds
GREEKS GATHER-Newly appointed heads of the 1955 Greek
Week, Herb Schneider, IFC Ball chairman, and Meredith Hardy
and Frank Vick, Greek Week co-chairmen, begin plans for the
week to be held May 14 to 19.
Chairmen Announced
For '56 Greek Week

If Alice, the Mad Hatter and the
White Rabbit should drop in for
dinner at Martha Cook Building
this evening, they'd feel quite at
home.
Although they're accustomed to
unusual festivities, Alice and her
friends would admit that Martha
Cook's en-masse 'Happy Un-Birth-
day Party' is on a much grander
scale than the one they attended
in "Wonderland."
The party which will celebrate
the birthdays of all the house resi-
dents, was an innovation last year.
In past years, birthday dinners
were held at the close of each
month and honored those coeds
whose birthdays occurred during
that month.
House Director's Birthday
Because the birthday of Leona
B. Diekema, house director of the
independent womens' dormitory is
in November, Martha Cook resi-
dents have selected this month for
the annual event.
During the dinner, coeds will be
seated at tables, decorated to rep-
resent important dates scattered
throughout the calendar year.
Those women who have birth-
days in February will find them-
selves surrounded by the gay decor
characteristic of Valentine's Day,
while residents born in December
will be greeted with some presea-
son Christmas cheer.
Tables Will Feature
The tables for those who have
birthdays in June will feature a
theme centered around the Zodiac
twins.
The Martha Cook dining room

will take on a festive air with
decorations of colored streamers.
According to general chairman,
Mary Alice Coedy, the entertain-
ment has also been planned around'
the December to January theme,
and will feature such melodies as
"April Showers" and "September
Song."
Each woman will receive a favor,
and individual-size birthday cakes
topped with candles will be served
as dessert.

First of this semester's Union
sponsored theatre trips to Detroit
is scheduled for Nov. 15, 17 and 20.
"Trips are usually scattered
throughout the term," Joel Siegel,
a member of the Union publicity
committee remarked, "It is unus-
ual to have three in the same
week."
Bizet's all time favorite "Car-
men" is first on the agenda. Fea-
turing Margorie Gordon and Rul-
doph Petrak, the opera will be
sung in French and will include a
ballet.
Making Detroit Debut
Miss Gordon is making her De-
troit debut with the New York

City Opera Company. Tenor Pet-
rak, a veteran with the Company,
has been heard in many perform-
ances.
"Madam Butterfly," Puccini's
popular composition, will be given
for students' enjoyment, Sunday.
Sung in Italian, its principal roles
will be filled by tenor Barry Mor-
rell and soprano Dorothy Kirsten.
Miss Kirsten, well-known star
of the Metropolitan, recently re-
ceived high praises for her per-
formance in Detroit's Sunday af-
ternoon concert series.
Young Tenor
Making his Detroit debut as Lt.
Pinkerton, Morrell has been hailed
as a "sensational young tenor who
has attracted a lot of attention at
New York City Center."
Both operas wilt appear in De-
troit as a part of the city's 13th
annual grand opera festival. Their
casts are from the New York City
Opera Company.
Danny Kaye and an all-star
international show will make up
Thursday's entertainment.
"The Danny Kaye Revue"
Featuring Kaye, Senor Wences,

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Events Around Campus

The Cheers, The Dunhills, Mar-
quis and Family and The Three
Hours, the show is appropriately
titled "The Danny Kaye Revue."
Ventriloquist Wences has made
many television appearances, while
The Three Cheers are best known
for their recording of "Black Den-
im Trousers."
Tickets for the trips are on
sale now in the Union Student
offices. They may be purchased
from 3 to 5 p.m. on weekdays.
Seigel urges all students inter-
ested to buy tickets as soon as
possible, since there is a limit of
100 students per show. "Last year
many were disappointed," he said.
Transportation to and from De-
troit will be provided. Both theater
and bus tickets are available to
students at a reduced rate.
MONTE CARLO BALL
Tickets for the Monte Carlo
Ball are now on sale at the
International Center and in the
Administration Building. The
dance will be held from9 p
to midnight on Friday, Nov. 18,
at the Union Ballroom.

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Panhellenic Association and the
Interfraternity Council have an-
nounced the appointment of Mere-
dith Hardy and Frank Vick as co-
chairmen of Greek Week to be held
[the week of May 14-19.
Herb Schneider of Phi Sigma
Delta will be in charge of the IFC
Ball that highlights the week of
activities for affiliated men and
women.
Vick, a member of Sigma Chi,
has set tomorrow as the deadline
for petitions for the IFC positions
on the central committee for
Greek Week.
Offices open to fraternity men

include co-secretary, two members
of the committee which will pub-
lish the Greek Week booklet and
co-head of the exchange dinners
which will be arranged between
sororities and fraternities.
Other positions available are
chairmanships of thehpresidents'
retreat, publicity, the Monday
night event, the fraternity presi-
dents' banquet and special events.
Petitions should be brought to
the IFC office in the Union where
applicants may also sign up for an
interview to be held Wednesday.
A member of Chi Omega, Miss
Hardy has announced that soror-
ity women desiring posts on the
central committee may turn their
petitions into the undergraduate
office of the League until Wed-
nesday.
Positions open to Panhellenic
members include, those of co-sec-
retary, co-publicity director, two
members of the booklet committee
and co-chairman of the exchange
dinners.
In other posts, women will ar-
range the presidents' retreat, IFC
sing support, the Monday night
event, and special events.

COUZENS HALL. There will be
a meeting of the Couzens Hall
Housing Committee at 4 p.m. today
in the League Ballroom.
ASSEMBLY - There will be
meetings of the Assembly New
Dorm Planning Committee and the
Assembly News Letter Committee
at 4 p.m. today in the League.
FIELD HOCKEY CLUB -- Field
Hockey Club practice will be at
4:30 p.m. today. This is the last
practice of the year and coeds will
be preparing for the game with
Ypsilanti State Teacher's College
tomorrow.
BADMINTON CLUB - Organi-
zational meeting of the Badminton
Club will be held at 7:10 p.m. to-
day in Barbour Gym.
GLEE CLUB-The Men's Glee

Club rehearsal will be held at 7:30
p.m. tonight in hill Auditorium.
MODERN DANCE CLUB--Mem-
bers of the Modern Rance Club
will .meet at 7:34 p.m. today in
Barbour Gym. Business meeting
will be held at 8:30 . p.m.
ISA -3'he ISA sponsored discus-
sion between English and . Ameri-
can students, on "The Monarchy is
the Most Practical Form of Gov-
ernment," scheduled for tomorrow,
has been postponed until Friday,
Dec. 9.
VOLLEYBALL-Co-recreational
volleyball games are now being
organized. All students wishing
to play may obtain entry blanks
at, the I-M Building, Barbour
Gymnasium or through their
house athletic manager.

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