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FRIDfAY, APRIU "5, 1947

T~HE 3MICfIGAN JDAWlY

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Foreign Students To Present
Traditional International Ball

Dance To Be Open
To Entire Campus
Foreign students will present the
annual International Ball from c.
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the Union
Ballroom, climaxing the activities
of International Week.
Frank Tinker's otchestra is to
play for the semi-formal affair,
which is open to the entire cam-
pus. Women attending the ball
have been granted 1:30 a.m. late
permission.
French Quartet To Sing
Wearing their native costumes,
international groups will entertain
during the intermission with a va-
riety of acts typical of their coun-
try. Initiating the program is the
French Quartet consisting of
Pierre Raynaud, Philippe Roulier,
Ferdinand Dierkens and Georgette
Aiken, accompanied by Lillian
Loveland.
"La Sembradora," a Mexican
Tarscan Indian ritual dance, will
feature Mrs. Tula Kurath. A Span-
ish Dance by June Collins and Amy
Downey will continue the pro-
gram.
Features Foreign Ballads
Popular South American bal-
lads are to be sung by Raul Villalta
WAA Notices
An overnight bike-hike to the
Saline Youth Hostel is the pro-
gram planned.by the WAA Outing
Club for this weekend.
All women are invited to attend
this trip. The group will assemble
at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the1
WAB; plans are to return by 10
a.m. Sunday. In case of rain or
snow the trip will be cancelled.
The cost of the trip will be 40
cents plus the cost of the food.
Coeds wishing to attend may call
Joan Richardson, club manager,
at 2-0018 or 3018 today.
The WAA Archery Club will
meet at 4 p.m. today at the WAB
for outdoor shooting.
Everyone interested in shooting
or learning to shoot is invited to
attend this meeting. Slips for
bows may be obtained at Barbour
Gym; members must supply their
own arrows. Beginners may at-
tend the regular archery classes
at 3:20 p.m. Monday and Wednes-
day.

nd Oscar Rivas. Raynaud will
offer additional French songs with
Amy Downey at the piano.
The ball, sponsored by the In-
ternational Students Committee,
is held annually to benefit the
emergency fund for foreign stu-
dents. The fund provides tem-
porary financial aid to foreign stu-
dents.
Marcus Crapsey, chairman of
he dance, promises unusual deco-
-ations, centering around a geo-
,raphical theme. A few tickets re-
nain, and may be purchased at
he League, Union or International
Center.
AVC Will Hold
'Ten!-in-one Date'
Coeds who wish invitations to
the mixer dance to be sponsored by
the Willow Run AVC on May 9 at
the Masonic Auditorium, must
submit their applications tomor-
row to Gayle Thompson at West
Lodge, Ypsilanti, or by signing up
on lists posted in the dormitories.
The dance, heralded as a "ten-
in-one date," will feature a scheme
whereby the women's escorts and
dancing partners will be deter-
mined by raffle. Women will be.
escorted home by their partners
in the last dance.
The Inter-Cooperative Council
is still accepting applications from
women students who wish to live
in cooperative houses for the fall
term. Any women interested may
contact Freda Perez, ICC presi-
dent, at Stevens House.
COLLEGE
A School of Business-Preferred by
College Men and Women
4 MONTH
INTENSIVE COURSE
SECRETARIAL TRAINING FOR COLLEGE
STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
A thorough, intensive course-starting
June, October, February. Bul-
0 letin A on request
SPECIAL COUNSELOR for G.I. TRAINING
Regular Day and Evening Schools
Throughout the Year: Catalog
President, John Robert Gregg, S.C.D.
. Director, Paul M. Pair, M.A.
THE GREGG COLLEGE
Dept. NW, 6 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2

ROMPER SUIT-The most use-
ful addition to your summer
wardrobe this year will be your
romper suit. The one shown
above is made in giddy green and
white stripes and is strapless. A
drawstring makes it fit to per-
fection.
HOUSE
EVENTS
Campus groups have planned a
gala round of parties for this
weekend.
Wenley House has invited its
guests to "Wenley Whirl," a semi-
formal dance to be held from 9
p.m. to midnight today at one of
the local restaurants. The affair
will feature the debut of Wenley
Willie and entertainment by War-
ren Robbins, a former U.S.O. mas-
ter of ceremonies, the Zeta Psi
Quartette, and Hazen Schumach-
er.
An informal dance will be pre-
sented by residents of Tyler House
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
in East Quad. Canopies and flow-
ers will decorate the scene
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'Odonto Ball'
Will Feature
Local Talent
"Odonto Ball," a closed formal
dance for the dental students, will
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. today
in the League Ballroom.
Tickets are on sale in the den-
tal school and the dental frater-
nities. Tickets are being limited
to students in the school and the
alumni. All men owning formal
clothes are urged to wear them.
Bob Murray, chairman of the
dance. has announced that gar-
dehias will be given to all women
attending the dance. Allen Town-
send's orchestra will play for the
ball.
Late permission will be granted
for the dance, and soft drinks and
cookies will be served.
Local talent in the dental school
will be featured at intermission.
Several piano selections by "Tiny"
Konikow, comedy acts and sing-
ing by Jim Fields, Fred Jeffers and
Dick Reed, as well as some sur-
prise performances by other mem-
bers of the school are planned.
JUST ARRIVED!
A Large New Stock
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English Tea
To Be Given
A tea, honoring Dr. Marjorie
Hope Nicolson, professor of Eng-
lish in the Columbia University
Graduate School, will be given by
the residents of Martha Cock
Building from 4 to 5 p.m. today.
Dr. Nicolson, who received her
A.B., A.M., and honorary degrees
from the University of Michigan,
will deliver the main address at
the Honors Convocation at 11 a.m.
today in Hill Auditorium.
According to Mrs. Leona B.
Diekema, social director of Mar-
tha Cook, members of the Univer-
sity's English Department have
beenainvited as special guests for
the affair. Residents of the dor'-
mitory who are majoring in Eng-
lish will serve as hostesses, and
tea will be poured by Harriet Riske,
president of Martha Cook, and
Ellen Hill, president of the League.
Just as important for shining
tresses is a thorough brushing
every night as well as careful
washing once a week with two
sudsings.

Committee Requests Campus
To Observe Rules of Michigras

The following rules have been
submitted by the Michigras Cen-
tral Committee, and should be ob-
served by houses sponsoring booths
and those attending Michigras.
No smoking will be permitted in
the Field House either night. Chil-
dren under 12 years must be ac-
companied by their parents. All
tickets will be sold at the door,
and the only medium of exchange
to be honored will be Michigras
concessions tickets. Money will be
exchanged for tickets at a booth
on the floor .
All those manning booths must
be at their booths by 7 p.m. and
Officers Elected
Newly elected officers of the
Physical Education Club are Jo Os-
good, president; Naida Chernow,
vice-president; Pat Crandall, sec-
retary; Donna Brown, treasurer;
and Betsey Botsfield, publicity
chairman.

all booth decorations must be
completed by this time. Refresh-
ment booths will be eligible only
for decoration prizes.
The maximum amount that the
Michigras committee will reim-
burse houses for expenditure on
their booths will not exceed $15,
and itemized expense sheets must
be entered by 7 p.m. today at the
Field House.

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April 25-26

CABARET DANCE
To
FRAN WINE-GAR'S "PIPES OF FRAN"
13 - PIECE ORCHESTRA - 13
FLOOR SHOW
TOMORROW NITE
YPSILANTI, ARMORY
Soft Drinks Will Be Served Ladies 65c, Gentlemen 85c

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