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mAY z, 947THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Inter-Fraternity Council Ball'
To Feature Krupa's Music

Students will dance to the mu-
sic of Gene Krupa from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today at the Intra-
mural Building when the Inter-
Fraternity Council presents its
sixteenth annual ball, "A Night
with the Greeks."
Krupa last appeared on the
Michigan campus for the 1945
Panhel-Assemnbly Ball, and the
band has toured the country play-
ing hotel and theztre engage-
ments, making network radio
broadcasts and recordings.
Originally the fame of the
Semi-Forma) A
To Be Presented
By Phi Mu Alpha
"Keyboard Kapers," a semi-
*ormal dance sponsored by mem-
hers of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
national honorary music frater-
nity, will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight today in the auditorium
of the School of Music.
Featuring decorations built on
a keyboard theme, the dance is
being presented for students and
members of the faculty of the mu-
sic school. Music for the affair
will be furnished by Tom McNall
and his orchestra. Tickets are now
on sale in the lobby of the School
of Music.

band was built around the fren-
zied drumming of the' leader,
but Krupa admits that the era of
blatant swing is past. As a re-
sult, the band plays a combina-
tion of novelty and smooth
tempo numbers.
Carolyn Grey will supply the
vocals for the IFC.Ball. The band
also includes a jazz trio with
Charlie Kennedy on the alto sax,
Buddy Eanelli on the piano and
Krupa on the drums.
Decorations at the dance will
be black and silver, and will fea-
ture a Greek arch and a Greek
goddess holding the IFC key.
Each fraternity will have a
booth containing a 14-foot high
Greek warrior bearing the fra-
ternityletters.
Women guests will receive novel
programs designed in the shape of
the IFC key. The dance will be
formal, and women students will
have 1:30 a.m. permission. No cor-
sages will be worn except by guests
of central committee members.
The IFC Ball will be the high-
light of an entire fraternity week-
ends which will include parties at
the individual houses tomorrow.
Remaining tickets for the dance
will be on sale from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
day at the IFC Office in the Un-
ion. Mac Barnum, Delta Kappa
Epsilon, is general chairman for
the 1947 IFC Ball.

Archery Club
To Qive Party
An Archery Club party will be
held at 4 p.m. today in the WAB.
All women on campus are invited
to attend this party. The group
will meet at the WAB with shoot-
ing equipment and special archery
games will be played. Reservations
may be made by calling Patt New-
berg or Louise Maag at 2-4471.
The Archery Club itself is open
to all coeds on campus who are
interested in shooting or learning
to shoot. Instruction for begin-
ners is held in conjunction with
the regular physical education
class which me'ets at 3:20 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday.

Song Leaders
Meet Today
Lantern Night song chairmen
will meet at 5:20 p.m. today in the
WAB.J
Every dormitory, sorority and
league house wishing to enter a
singing group in the traditional
song festival must be represent-
ed at the meeting, according to
Patt Newberg of the Lantern Night
committee.
Lots will be drawn for order of
singing, and each song leader or
substitute has been asked to bring
the name of the song which her
house plans to present.

The B urr'stfirs will present the' tion which keeps lawyers in-

Crease

traditional Crease Ball f'rom 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the League
Ballroor.
Law students, faculty, alumni
and their uests will dance to the
music of Teddy Phillips and his 18-
pi e band. Bea Herold and Bill
Howard, vocalists, combined with
the Four Mountaineers will add
variety to the music.
The dec;rations and programs
have been planned around a le-
gal theme. A deputy will take
tickets at the door and programs
will take the form of a journal
entitled "Raw Revue," written
by program chairman Monroe
Fink. "Raw Revue" is a farce on
"Law Revue," monthly publica-

formed of current legal deci-
sions.
Crease Ball was originally held
on the same niglt, as Slide Rule
and from this tradition come the
lawyer-engineer feud. Discontin-
ued in 1942 because of the war it
was revived last year.
Women attending the dance
received a writ of capias ad sat-
isfacjendum delivered by a dep-
uty of the sheriff's office sum-
moning them to the dance.
Members of the central commit-
tee for the dance are Roy Tolleson,
general chairman; Ned Glad, as-
sistant chairman; Monroe Fink,
programs; Thomas Dougherty, fi-
nance and Jim O'Connor. Music.

Ball To Be Held Today

The Campus Casbah will not
be open today because Crease
Ball is being held in the League
Baillroomi. Al Townsend will
furnish music for dancers from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
at the Casbah.

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