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--T R tiDAY, APUR M 24, 1947 -

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Frank Tinker Will Furnish
Music for International Ball

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Law Students
NYill 1Nesenit

Odlonto Ba/I
Will Be. Helc

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StudIents

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;oreign Students
Tfo Give Program
Fralnik TWinker and his orchestra
will provide the mu s for the an-
nua l International Ball, to be
sponsored by the Internationial.
Studen'its Committee from 9 p.m. to
1 ~.tomorrow in the Union
Ballroom.
Tinker is heard weekly at
Union Dances. The committee
promnises lavish decorations cen-
' criw, around a geographical
thleme. The dance is semi-formal,
andforignstudents will wear
f hewir native costumes.
Spu. or ts Cblbs
IPtan Activities
'Lr m ortro w is thei deadline forn
eties Hite -Al-campus dloubles
htnnis tournamirent.
P.i i r i sould be placed in a
bo(x at, the WAB or given to the
i..atroii there today. Play in the
t ourn iiamient begins Monday. Th-e
t(u:rnamrent is only open to memY-
bt PS of the t'VAA rlf'enris; Club ind
iiF p.artniers.
Tl w WAA Out ing Club will
SI)isran overnight bike -like to
}ainef on Saturday.
Aill women on campus are invit-
ted to attend. The group will meet
ait 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the WAB.
coe'ds, will then bicycle to the Sam.
l in Y outh hostel, where they will
t cok their own meals and spend
the n ight. The group plans are
to retuirn by 10= a.m. Sunday.
T~hose( attending are asked. to
bitg their . own sleeping sheet.
T c, cost of the trip will be 40
p~ltsu~s the cost of the food. In
c;s!!e of rain or snow the hike will
n ot be h eld. rThlose wishing to at-
z I, w,18or 3018 tdayortomorrow.
HAIR CORSAGES0
~~ and FLOWERS
frthe Week-end Drancea1
CHELSEA0
p
FLOWER SHOP
or

Tickets are now being sold at!
the Leagu~e, Union and Interna-
tional Center. The ball is open
to the entire campus. Women
have been granted 1:30 a.m. per-
mission.
A colorful program will be pre-
sented by a group of foreign stu-
dents during the intermission. In-
cluded in the program is Pierre
Raynaud, Philippe Roulier, Fer-
dinand Dierkens, Lillian Loveland
and Georgette Aikeen, who will
sing French songs.
Mrs. Tula Kurath will offer a
Mexican Tarscan Indian Dance,
entitled, "La Se mb r adora."
Originally, this was a ritual I
dance, but the music and steps
have become secularized. Con-
tinuing the program will be a
Spanish dance featuring June
Collins, accompanied by Amy
Downey.
Singing popular Sou th American
songs will be Haul Villalta, and
Oscar Rives. Additional French
ballads are to be sung by Raynaud,
with Miss Loveland at the piano.
Tfhe annual affair is present-
ed in order to raise money to
benefit the emergency fund for
foreign students. The fund pro-
vides temporary financial aid to
foreign students, and -has in the
past allowed them to remain at
the University and obtain medi-
cal attention.
Trhe ball will climax the activi-
ties held this week by international
groups. International Week is
sponsored jointly by the Ann Ar-
bor Junior Chamber of Commerce
and the. International Students.

ID ancc N ay 2 Dentists To Present Aninual
J Affair in League Ballroom
Crease Ball, annual Law School Odnowhc mes fte
dance, will be held this year from tooth," is the name of the 13th an-
9 p.m. to 1 a.un. May 2 in the nual dentists' formal dance, which
League Ballroom. will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.n-.
According to Ned Glad, assist- tomorrow in the League Ballroom.
ant chairman, this dance is "the Bob Murray, chairman oIf the
dance of the year." The origin of dance, has announced tha;t gai'-
the dance is obscured by time. It denias will be given to all wvomen
was usually held on the same night attending the dance, and that late
as Slide Rule Ball which accen- permission will be granted for it.
tuated the lawyer-engineer feud.I Dental students, alumni cif
Until 1937 the dance was held in 1 Ahe dental school and their
the Lawvyer's Club and then wasI guests will dance to the mnusicoif
moved to the League. It was dis- Allen Townsend's orchestra. Soft
continued in 1942 and revived lastj drinks and cookies will be sere <d.
year.I Entertainment at i euisu
Records of the lawyer-engineer" will feature local talent in the
feud are more vivid ins the minds den!_tal school includixt, several
of University historians thani they piano selections by "'Tiny" Koni-
are in print. The reason for the k.oxv. comedy acts and singing by
name of Crease Ball is that the ?J'in Fields, Fred Jeffers and I )i(,k
lawyers supposedly had creases ,.iin! Reed, as w ell as some Surprise per-
their trousers awhile the enin~reers l ortnances by otteir rnt.mihers of~
never dicl. the school.
The dance is an all-lawyer af-1 Chaperones for the dance in-
fair open only to law stcudet , chiet Dr>J. YRussecll W. Bunting aid
faculty, andl alumni. Tickets for, l Dr and Mrsa. Francis Vedder.
the affair mnay be purchased at Ithe: Ohrnmeso h nnui
Law Club desk or at the stoie. ....I.
1 to o= 1 r 11111 qjnity G:!iiii1I11Ia k , RI

TTo 17old LiDuncc ' )I/tlCI
The senior (lass of the Colltiee 'ARV )tW001) lfron Aj
of Arc hitectur e and Design is
sponsoring the Arts Ball, to be criii C:Lhuni
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sat- FORCEILAI1N 1VA.5F';andI
urday in the League Ballr'oomn. JNIlAN 3.NW t ,
A revival of the prewar Beaux
Arts Ball, the dance will feature
thel music of Al Townsend.,
The Ball has been opened to all find Ca
students, and tickets may be pur-
chased at the Union desk or from ACROSS FROM TiHIFAl
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. to -_______________
clay and tomorrow in the League.__________________

.till

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Pepmatnen tJ

TABBY--l ostess June Lyness
rushes ...IIabb," cocker spaniel
en route from New York to join
his mseIA. William (tiagnon,
at IDaytoll, Ohio.

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gntams; Leslie Levine, ticket,;
La macr Timmons, building; and
Richard Reed, orchestra i, ccd
publicity.

Flattering,, natural

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DAILY
OFF ICIlAL
BULLETIN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1-1. Paine of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Blabh
B~rainerd, Minn., have announced ington of Sault Ste. Marie.
the engagement of their daughter, Miss Web!) camne to Michigaij
Frances, to Mr. David H. Bailie,, after attending Bradford. Junior
son of Mrs. Earl Bailie of New college, Maass., and is a member of
"York City. Miss Paine, who will Zeta Phi Etv, national speech .wa-
graduate from the literary col- ternity. Both are members of thr-
lege i June, is a night editor on i class of '47.
the editorial staff of the Michi-
!gan7 Daily and a member of Sen- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 1L.IBaii
for Society. Mr. Bailie will enter o tyeat .Y aea
hi II. nnvr y1 vSA-oli he SuvsnN aea ounced the engagement of U ih

Tickets are on sale in the dental
Ischool and the dental fraternities.
'T'ickets are being limited to st u*
-jdents in the school and the slum -
ii. All men owning forinal clothes
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the degree of Bachelor of Music,
the program will be open to the
general. public.
Student Recital: Shirley Bower,
pianist, and pupil of Joseph Brink-
man, will be heard in a program
of compositions by Mozart, Medt-
ner, Ravel, and Brahms, at 8:30
p.m., Sat., April 26, Rackham As-
sembly Hall. Given in partial ful
fillment of the requirements for
the degree of Bachelor of Music,
the recital is open to the generl
public.
* xhibitions
The Museum of Art presents an
exhibition of drawings, prints and
small sculptures by Aristide Mail-
lol, April 18 through M a y 4.
Alumni Memorial Hall, daily ex-
ceptMondays, 10-12 and 2-5; Sun-
days 2-5; Wednesday evenings 7-9.
The public is cordially invited.
Events Today
University Radio Program :
1:30 p.m., Station WPAG, 1050
Kc. Great Lakes Series--"Ontario :
Mackenzie's Revolutions."
5:45 p.m., Station WPAG, 1050
Kc. World Masterpieces.
Rackham Graduate Concerts for
the next two weeks will consist
of selections to be performed dur-
ing the May Festival. Beethoven's
Missa Solemnis will be played at
the regular Thursday evening
Concert. Watch this column for
future May Festival Recordings.

Dri. and MIAs. If. C. King oif
Lakewood, Ohio, recently an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Rae, to Robert N.
Grandy, son of Mrs. D. R. Grandy
and the late Mr. D. R. Grandy of
Cleveland, Ohio. Miss King is a
member of the Delta Delta Delta
sorority. Grandy is affiliated with
Phi Gamima Delta and Vulcans.
The wedding will take place in De-
Mr. and Mrs. William Webb of
(Fairfield, Conn., announce the en-
gageenit of their daughter, Nancy
to, Jlohni David Babington, son of

daughter, Barbara Rose, to Frank-
lin B. Shull, Son of Prof. A. F. Shull
of the Zoology Department of the
University, and Mrs. Shull of Ann
Arbor.
Miss Bair served in the Waves
from 1944 to 1946 and was a lieu-
tent (j.g.' c released. Gradu-
ated from Swarthmore College in
1944, she is on the faculty of
Southfield School, Shreveport, La.1
Mr. Shull was graduated from
the University in 1C,39, received his
master's degree here the following
year, and is now completing his
work for a Ph.D. in_ nuclear
physics. He is a member of Phil
Kappa Sigma and Pi Kappa Phi.

f ness-minded young women comet omrntoda'
Xittharine Gibbs for seeretariil
triing Ceareer opportunities listed
!in bookkct,(GaIS GnILS AT 'WORK,
shiow why Gibbs is "t". )s" with
college women. Write C'oll~ee
Course Dean. 3A NN '?S E
KATHARINE GIBBS 1315 South University
NEW YORi(17 ..............230 Park Ave.
BOSTON 16..............90 Marlborough St,
CHICAGO 11 .............5I East Superior St. __ _____- ___________
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