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PAGN 817

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1156

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Panhellenic To Hold Annual Dance!
By ROSE PERLBERG

Coeds and their dates may wan-
der between "heaven" and "hell"
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday at the
annual Panhellenic Ball, to be
held in the League.
Affiliated women on the Central
Committee of this year's dance
decided to base their theme on
Dante's "De Inferno ad Paradisio."
Members of the Decoration com-
mittee have spent free time creat-
ing figures to lend a celestial at-
mosphere to the Main Ballroom
and those to give a contrastingly
sinister design to an adjoining
room.
Two Bands to Play
Couples may dance to the music
of Rex Smith and Bill Bottomley in
an aura of glittering angels and
galaxies of stars, or if they prefer,
they may change locale into a den
of fiery devils.
Tickets for the semi-formal
coed-bid dance may be purchased
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Intermission time will feature a
choral group from the approaching
MUSKET's "Brigadoon."
Soph Show Review
A team of Soph Showers plan
to prescent a review of their
"Good News" as part of the "half-
time" entertainment.
Panhel Ball is made possible
through the efforts of more than
40 coeds working on four com-
mittees.
Central committee members,
who took posts last semester, have
been planning the event for sev-
eral months.
The Ball has not always been
solely under the sponsorship of
the affiliated women's organiza-
tion. Prior to 1946, it was in con-
junction with Assembly Associa-
tion, the ind'ependent women's
group.
Now Assembly has also expanded

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Fortnite Skits
'Only Heaven 4
"Heaven Only Knows," this year's
annual Fortnite, will be presented
at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Skits will be presented by the
independent women's houses on
campus, house mothers and deans
of women and also by the Assem-
bly Board. Assembly sponsors the
event.
Following the main theme will
be the skits of the various houses:
"I Wept Yesterday," Palmer:
"That's Me, I'm Six," Mosher;
"Peanuts Comes to Michigan,"
Newberry; and "Frankie and John-
nie," Adelia Cheever.
"Heavenly Menace," Geddes; "A
Roar O' Borealis," Stockwell;
"Harlan Hatcher at 'U' of H,"
Barbour; "Spirit to Spirit," Tyler
and $64,000 Question," Prescott are
also included in the program.
Other houses which are pre-
senting skits are: "It is (the Battle
of the Bug)," Couzens; "Angel's
Exoteric Olympics," Angell and
"Stay Heavenly Forever-Hazel
Bishop," Hinsdale.
"The Angel's Go Ivy," Klein-
steuck; "The Wheel Spoke," Mar-

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Knows' Theme
tha Cook and "The Heavens Rock
and Roll, Vaughn conclude the
presentation.
Awards for the best skits, schol-
arship cups and house presidents
pins will be presented, and the new
members of Senior Society will be
announced.
WAA Notices~
Final tryouts for the Crop and
Saddle division of the Riding Club
will be held at 7 p.m. tonight.
Students interested in trying out
for the drill team should be at
the Women's Athletic Building at
7 p.m .for transportation to the
stable.
* * *
Petitioning for positions on the
Women's Athletic Assn. Board
will be open until Monday.
Coeds may pick up petitions for
manager of the Co-rec Club and
public relations chairman in Rm.
15 of Barbour Gym.

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NEW SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:

Senate Di:
By SUE RAUNHEIM
The most important subject dis-
cussed at Women's Senate, Tues-
day, was the plan to improve'
scholarship in all women's housing
units on campus.
Barbara Humphrey, chairman"
of the Merit Tutorial Committee
of the League, discussed the pro-
posed program with the senators.
She mentioned that any student
who has a B average or better in
her major, or an A in any other
course may qualify as a tutor.
Student tutors charge a slight fee
by the hour.
Miss Humphrey added that if a
coed wishes a tutor, she is referred
to a tutor file in the League and:
then may make the arrangements
herself. In this way, there is no
middleman and direct connections
can be made between the student
to be tutored and the tutor.
Senators to Publicize
The senators were asked to pub-
licize this service in their respective
houses so that the League could
begin tutoring on a large scale.
Any coed who meets the qualifica-
tions and wishes to act in this

scusses Tutoring Plans
capacity should write her name, senator that in the larger dormi-
phone number and subject she tories it would be quite difficult
wishes to tutor, and turn it in to for one person to make sure that
the League Undergraduate office. 600 students were studying prop-
The purpose of this program is erly.

to improve the scholarships on
campus and especially help theI
freshman who may have problems
getting adjusted academically.
Miss Humphrey also asked
whether senators thought that
freshmen should be compelled to
sign five week grades in dorms,
so that the different scholarship
chairmen could set up study pro-
grams. It was brought out by a

j Students Are Independent
Another senator felt that one
of the main reasons for coming to
a university is that students are
essentially on their own and must
look out for themselves. She
stated that freshmen should not
be compelled to sign five week
grades.
The next Senate meeting will be
held Tuesday, Nov. 20.

ALASKANS

"HEAVEN TO HELL" - The Rex Smith Orchestra will per-
form at the annual Panhel Ball at 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
in the League.

its social program to include a
dance of its own, I-Hop, usually
held as the first all-campus dance
of the school year.
Tickets may be purchased from
1:30 to 5:30 p.m. today and to-1
morrow at the League. They will
not be available at the door.
International Center
The International Center will
hold its weekly social hour from
4:30 to 6 p.m. today in the
recreation room of the Center.
Refreshments will be served.
The social hour is open to all
interested persons.

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your problem.
No, we can't do anything about stopping the rain, but
we can suggest that you stop in at Wild's this afternoon
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Since we don't buy rain gear everyday, you may be inter-
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Look for a fabric that is water repellent, but that will
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