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TIlE MICIIrGAN DAILY

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Annual

Internatonbl

Bail

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Emergency Fund To Benefit'
From Semi-Formal Dance

riday in Unior
Clowns To Be Featured Today
In Skits Publicized Michigras

Climaxing the activities of In-
ternational Weed will be the an-
nual International Ball,bto be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, in
the Union Ballroom.
The dance, open to the entire
campus, is presented in an effort
to raise money to benefit the
Emergency Fund for foreign stu-
dents. The fund provides tem-
porary financial aid to foreign
stucents, and has in the past al-
lowed them to remain at the Uni-
versity, and obtain medical at-
tention.
Tickets for the affair are now
on sale at the Union, League
and International Center. The
dance is semi-formal, and for-
eign students will be dressed in
their native costumes.

Various national groups will'
present a floor show during the
intermission. Entertainment will
include a French Quartet, fol-
lowed by an Indian dance.
Mrs. Tula Kurath will repre-
sent Mexico in a Tarscan Indian
dance entitled "La Sembrador,"
in which she will dance in typi-
cal costume of the ritual. A
Castinet Dance,. featuringJune-
Collins with Amy Downey at
the piano will continue the pro-
gram.
Additional popular French songs
will be sung by Pierre Raynaud

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with Lillian Loveland accompany-
ing. Popular South American'
songs are to be offered by Raul
Villalta 'and Oscar Rivas. The
entertainment will be concluded
ay Nahide Ozgumus singing
Turkish songs.
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra will provide the music for
the affair. Decorations promise
to be elaborate, and are to cent-
er around a geographical theme.
International Week is sponsor-
ed jointly by the Ann Arbor Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce and
the International Students Com-
mittee of the International Cent-
er. Chairman for the ball is Mar-
cus Crapsey.
Alumnae Council
Has Announced
Coed Awards
The Alumnae Council of the
Alumni Association has announced
that Martha Ann Dieffenbacher
is the recipient of the Alice Lloyd
Fellowship for graduate study for
the academic year 1947-1948, and
that Miss Nina Pence has been
awarded the Jane Stanley Award.
The Alice Lloyd Fellowship is.
one of several given from time to
time by the Alumnae Council and
carries a stipend of $750. Miss
Dieffenbacher, who is graduating
from the University in June, is
concentrating in the field of Eng-
lish and will continue her grad-
uate work in that field at Michi-
gan or at Radcliffe College. She
is a member of Alpha Chi Omega.
The Jane Stanley Award of $200
is given to a woman of outstand-
ing ability in the School of Archi-
tecture in memory of the late Jane
Stanley, a Michigan artist known
through her sketches of campus
buildings. Miss Pence is a sopho-
more in the School of Architecture
and is president of Henderson
House.

Mortar Board
Taps WomenE
Coeds Notified of Selection
By Members After Hours
Mortar Board, senior women'sI
honorary society, tapped new
members after dormitory closing
hours yesterday.
The members, in official cap
and gown, were driven by bus to
the different houses where house-
mothers had left the door unlock-
ed for this event. The pledges
were tapped in their rooms.

Olympic Ba

To Be Given
On My 9
The traditional Olympic Ball,
sponsored by the Men's and
Women's physical education clubs,
will be presented from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m., May 9 in the League Ball-
room.
The semi-formal will be open
to all students on campus. Al
Townsend and his band will pro-
vide the music. Late permission

Skits publicizing the fir
war Michigras will be giv
and 11 a.m. and at noon 0
front of the Union.
Several clowns will par
in this entertainment, ac
to Jack Harlan, Michigra
city co-chairman. The ca
exhibit in a State St. be
window will continue thr
this week, with Michigra
played over a loud-speak
Michigras will be held frt

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* With 211 colleges represented in
the current enrollment in the four
Katharine Gibbs secretarial schools,
the list looks like a page from the
World Almanac! College women feel
very much at home at Gibbs - enter
business exceptionally well pre-
pared. Write College Course Dean.
K A T H AIRNE GItI BBs
NEW YORK 17..............230 Park Ave.
BOSTON 16..............90 Marlborough St.
CHICAGO E ............51 East Superior St.
PROVIDENCE 6 .............155 Angell St.

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en <it 10 of skill, amusement games, side
today mi Ihows and refreshments, includ-
ing cotton candy, pop-corn, hot
rticipatc dogs and various soft drinks.
ccording As a traditional part of the
S l:Ubli- carnival, a parade will be held
aruival s
k at 4:15 p.m. Friday, including
oughout the campus and business areas in
s music its line of march. Floats sponsor-
ed by University clubs and resi-
rom 7:30 dences, horses ridden by Univer-
nd Sat- sity riding club members and a
Carni- section for bicycles and motorbikes
is wheel will be included, as well as three
be fea- bands including the University
onsored Band.
raterni- Trophies will be given by the
ric will Michigras committee for the out-
ames of standing floats.

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ANOTHER STYLE DEBUT-This suit, tailored for the younger
set, flaunts a flared-back jacket, self-belted and set with a single
pearl button. The straight front buttons to the neck and may be
worn high or open at the throat. The shirt is plain and held to
slim lines. Photographed in Pacific Sand.
Leaders of League Council
At end National Convention

Each pledge received the mortar until 1:30 a.m. has been secured p.m. To uuuiuni' i'iu al
board of the member who did the for all women attending. urday in Yost Field House.
tapping, and must wear it all day The decorations will follow a val rides, including a ferr
today. traditional Greek theme. The story and merry-go-round, will
Coeds who were tapped and behind this year's decorations tyred, as well as booths s
members who tapped them are concerns a king of Olympus who by campus residences. F
Janet Cork and Cynthia Cotes by had a beautiful daughter. H ties, sororities and dormitc
Jean Louise Hole, Irma Eichhorn sponsored a chariot race with the have booths featuring
by Judy Rado, Ruthann Perry agreement that the winner would
Fitzgerald by Lennis Britton, Jer- win his daughter.
ry Gaffney by Lucy Stone and Central committee members are
Betty Hahneman and Marilyn Naida Chernow and Chuck Pos-
Marsh by Betty Lou Bidwell. kanzer, co-chairmen; Pat Cran-
The list continues with Keitha dall and Charlie Ketterer, tickets; IMPORTE'D SI
Harmon by Dawn Saari, Nancy Mary Lou Larmee and Don O'Con-
Holt by Virginia Councell, Pearl nell, programs; Adrian Ewert and CARVED X11-
Klausner by Mary Alice Donivan, Nick Susnjer, decorations; Tee and Chinc
Ruth Klausner by Collee Ide, Mary Burke and Paul J. Wolfthal PORCELAlN
Ruth Levy by Ann Kutz and Carol
Lieberman by Harriet Risk There will be an important INDIAN BI{A
meeting for all members of Wy-
Concluding the list are Eunice vein, junior honorary society, at
Mintz by Mary Brush, Carla Mul- 5 p.m. today in the League. The
lendore by An Robinson, Janet room will be posted on the bulle-
Osgood by Eleanor Stewart, Roz tin board at the main desk. All
ann Radliff by Ann Wallerstein, hose who will be unable to at- Acioss
Pamela Wrinch by Olive Chernow, tend, please contact Carol Lieber-
Sarah Simons by Ellen Hill and man at 2-3225.
Suzanne Smith by Josephine --_an__.
Simpson.
Costume Ball ANNOUNCING SPRI NG CC
To Be Given AT THE GAS CO
the senior class of the College of
Architecture and Design, will be AND B Y
held from 9 p.m. to midnight on
Saturday in the League Ballroom To meet popular demand, cooking demonstratu
andnwil ear horc est of Al versity of Michigan brides and brides-to-be. Th
All those attending the dance, demonstrations for each class.
which is a revival of the pre-war You are cordially invited to enroll now. All c
Beaux Arts Ball, will be required garet Woodman Andersen, Home Service Directo
to wear Bohemian costumes. Howland. Just check the class you wish to attend
Paintbrushes and palettes will be immediately.
among the featured dance decor- CLASSES HELD AT THE
ations, according to chairman IN THE HOME SERVICE AUDITORI
Charles Ness.
Ticket chairmen Harris ver-
Schure and Billie Sherrill have HOME SERVICE DEPARTMENT
announced that tickets for the HM EVC DPRMN
"Arts Ball" are being restricted MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS CO.
to students in the College of Archi- 211 E. HURON STREET
tecture and Design and will be
sold from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Please enroll me in the spring cooking school. (Ch
day this week in the lobby of the
Architecture Building. Tuesday, 2 P.M., April 29, May 6
C n o ] Wednesday, 2 P.M., April 30, May 7
NAME. . .... ..
The WAA Camp Counselor Club
will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow ADDRESS.....
in the WAB Lounge. PHONE NO.
This meeting will be a camp-
fire program planned specially---- --- -....
for coeds who will be camp coun-
selors for the first time this year. M I C H I G A N C O N S O L I
Everyone interested in camp
counselor work is invited to at211 East Huron St
tend this meeting, and first-se
mester freshmen are eligible.

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)OKI NG SCHOOLS

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VASES and RICE BOWLS
ISSWARE and JEWELRY

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PLAN MEN S,
ons have been scheduled for Uni-
ere will be two classes with two
lasses will be conducted by Mar-
or, and her assistant, June Allen
d and mail the registration blank
GAS CO.
UM, SECOND FLOOR

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SOMETHING TO
SING ABOUT
Yes, indeed, those pretty print
dresses seen at THE DILLON
SHOP are just what you want
for spring. The vivid splashes
of color of these prints are just
gorgeous.

N THE SWIM
ith Flexees swim suits to be.
und at the MADEMOISELLE
HOP. One and two piece
yles in all the gay colors. To
omplete your swimming outfit,
hoose one of the Jonathan
ogan beach coats. Made of
nen-cra'sh, they come in white,
avy and brown.
PRING SENSE
orothy Gray Nose-Gay face
>wder. CALKINS-FLETCHER
having a special on this de-
ghtful new powder, The offer
for a limited time only so
n1e advantage of this $2 value
ur only a dollar.
-A-;

By SHIRLEY MEYER l
ELLEN HILL and Josephine
Simpson, president and vice
president of the League Under-
graduate Council, recently repre-
sented Michigan women at the
eleventh biannual national con-
vention of the Intercollegiate As-
sociated Women Students held at
the University of Minnesota.
The I.A.W.S. annually holds
a convention to discuss prob-
lems and ideas common to all
college women.. The conven-
tion is national in odd years and
regional in even years.
THERE WERE 73 schools repre-
sented at the conferences by
150 student delegates. Several
Dental Students
To Give Dance
1)n"(A rdent s a id tI air guests
will da1ce to the music of Allen
TownsCud's orchestra at the thir-
teenth annual Odonto Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the League Ballroom.
Bob Murray, chairman of this
year's dance, has announced that
corsages are discouraged in keep-
ing with campus tradition. Late
permission will be granted women
students attending the formal.
Entertainment at intermission
will lcftr 'clocal talent in the
dental school including several
piano selections by "Tiny" Kani-

schools were represented by their
deans of women.
During the three-cday conven-
tion, conferences and meetings
were called to order by national
officers in the combined men
and women's union on the cam-
pus. In addition to these busi-
ness meetings, several banquetsj
and informal teas honored the
delegates.
"OUR WOMEN'S organization
here at Michigan compalred
favorably if not with superiorityc
to the other types representedat
the conference," Miss Hill said
in an interview. Both she and
Miss Simpson said that the major-
ity of the suggestions made at
the convention are already being
practiced here.
They were especially proud of
our merit system of appoint-
ment. The majority of the other
colleges do not practice this
system Iut instead hold elec-
tions. They feel that the merit
system distributes jobs more
evenly and makes it possible for
officers to be chosen for their
ability.
Among the ideas mentioned in
the meetings was the suggestion
that a leadership training program
be initiated to aid the coed. Un-
der this program courses would
Pc conducted to teach womn
parlimentary procedure and us-
age and to train thiem in other
ways for leadership. In a speech
to the delegates, Dean E. G. Wil-

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kow, comedy acts and singing by liamson. dean of students at the
Jim Fields, Fred Jeffers and Dick University of Minnesota, warned
Rood, as well as some surprise against the possibility that too
performances by other members many activities act as a gymna-
of the school. Punch and cookies sium for those already possessing
will be served in the Grand Rapids executive ability. Others have no
Room. chance to develop their abilities.

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HEARD?'
It's true. THE VAN AKKER1i;N
KNIT SHOP has sock packs for
argyles that contain needles
and bobbins too.. Besides that,
a shipment of botany yarn has
been received in just the colors
you've been waiting for.

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