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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAC

EQ Ball To Visit
'An International Affair' Will Transport
Guests to Distant Ports With Gala Effects

On April 23, the 1600 residents
of East Quadrangle will combine
forces to present their third an-
nual semi-formal EQ Ball, enti-
tled "An International Affair."
Each of the four dining rooms
in the Quad will depict one of the
exotic ports in the world. Rio, Ice-
land, Africa and the Orient will
be represented in this world-wide
arrangement.
FIRST PORT of call will be Rio
Baia, decorated by Al Tarbell and
his able staff of decorators. Four
gelatine pictures, four by five feet,
will simulate Rio de Janiero by re-
producing in color actual photo-
graphs taken in the Sugar Loaf
region. These pictures will be il-
luminated from behind to bring
out the vivid, clear hues which are
possible in gelatine construction.
Music in the Latin Idiom will
be supplied by Ken Norman and
his orchestra in this new South
American atmosphere of Ander-
son-Strauss dining room.
3 Passing through the Air Termi-
hal, a corridor on the new side of
the Quad, dancers will leave the
tropical climate of Rio Baia and
enter through an igloo into the
Frigid wastes of Ice-burg land,
created by Andy Graef and his
Eskimos.
MACK FERGUSON and his trio
will provide hot and cold music
encased in their iceberg band-
stand. All over the room balloons
with earmuffs painted on them
will be seen swaying in the Arctic
winds.
After sojourning in the land

of reindeer, Quad men and their
dates take a leisurely walk down
the spotlighted promenade to
the old side. Out of what ap-
pears to be a cannibal's head,
will float the sensuous rythms of
Chuck Meyers at what at one
time may have been Greene-
Hinsdale house.,
Quick Carlson, Bob Hammer-
stein and Harold Cunningham
with their stalwart crew of in-
trepid explorers have brought'
back alive tiie heart of Africa,
"Zamboango" to Ann Arbor.
AFTER EXPLORING the trails
of Africa, the safari will move on
to the Oirient. Prescott-Tyler din-
ing room masquerading as Shang-
ri-la will supply the Occidental
touch.
Pagodas, Insence and honky-
tonk piano solos by the Quad's
own Dave Clark will be featured
attractions. Refreshments in the
form of "fingertip" sandwiches
and assorted beverages will be
served.
Two floor shows will be given
during the evening in Shangri-la
on a specially constructed stage.
The Quad Quartet, more familiar-
ly known as the "Feeble Four,"
will add to the merriment. Ed
Green, Don Farrand, and their
coolie crew will be responsible
for decorations.
Tickets for the dance are on sale
to men of the East Quadrangle
and their guests at each house.
These are being sold by salesmen
whose names are posted on each
bullein board for $3.30.

Frosh Weekend
Will Feature
Two Dances
Fashion Show Will
Complete Festivities1
Ted Smith and his orchestra
Will be on hand Friday and Sat-
urday, April 29 and 30, to provide
music for the two Frosh Weekend
dances to be held in the League
Ballroom.
The central committee for ,the
dance has been divided into two
teams, the Maize and Blue, with
Lois Eisele general chairman of
the first team and Joyce Hayward'
general chairman of the Blue.
* * *
The Blue will present its dance
Friday and the Maize, Saturday.
The teams are working in compe-
tition for a plaque which will be
All freshmen interested in
dancing, giving monologues,
singing, playing musical in-
struments, writing scripts or
acting for the Blue Team for
Frosh Weekend are to try out
at 4 p.m. today in the Cave
of the League.
engraved with the name of the
winning team and year. This
award will be passed down from
year to year to the winning group.
The same decorations will be
used for both dances, each team
decorating half of the ballroom.
Ticket sales for the dances be-
gin Monday.
Jo Ann Grill and Catherine So-
tir are cochairmen of the fashion
show, a take-off on a style pre-
view which will be held Sunday,
May 1, in the League Ballroom,
to complete Frosh Weekend events.
* * *
FROSH WEEKEND is being put
on by freshmen for the first time
this year in an attempt to ac-
quaint first year students with the
League and its functions, as well
as to provide a full weekend of
entertainment.
Tennis Ball
Decorations Committee will
meet at 4 p.m. in Room 3M in the
Union today.
Central Committee will meet at
5 p.m. today in the League. The
room will be posted.

Daily-Barth
WINNERS--Stockwell coeds grin after winning the house bas-
ketball tournament sponsored by WAA. Standing, left to right,
are Marilyn Sheldon, Cathy Houston, Mona Pick, Betty Brady
and Marian Bruneau. Mary Lou Hook, Ann O'Connor, captain,
Tina Lawrence and "Red" Oppenheimer kneel in the front row.
... By LUCILLE DONALDSON
Children's Easter Parties hold the spotlight at University
Community Center this week. From 2 to 4:30 p.m. today the Air Force
Wives Club will sponsor an Easter egg hunt for their children.
Mrs. Paul G. Galentine, Jr., president of the group, is chairman
and Mrs. Charles W. Abbitt is assisting her.
* * * *
Village Church Fellowship Christian Education committee
will have a party Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. for children of
the nursery and Sunday School.
Mrs. William O. Winter and Mrs. J. Edgar Edwards are in
charge of arrangements. A program of juvenile music will be presented.
President Ruthven carried out his promise to "spin a
yarn" Monday night when he was guest speaker at the meeting of
the Student Wives Club.
Mrs. Robert Farr presided at the business meeting which was
followed by a social hour.
Hostesses were Mrs. Ed McCallig, Mrs. Roger LaRue, Mrs. Norman
Webb, Mrs. Conrad Ladd, Mrs. Andrew Kupka, Mrs. Kenneth Donald-
son, and Mrs. Richard Schulze.
Coke Hour Honors Political Scientists

Delta Zetas
Fete Officers
At Tea Today
Three national officers will be
uests at a tea to be given by
Delta Zeta actives and alumnae
fromt 3 to 5 p.m. today at the
chapter house, 1324 Geddes Ave.
Mrs. Garold A. Leach of Eagle
Rock, Calif., Delta Zeta alumnae
vice-president, will be one of the
honor guests at the tea. She ar-
rived Tuesday for a three-day stay
at the house. Mrs. Leach is mak-
ing her annual visit to midwest-
?rn chapters, during which she
will install a new chapter at East
Illinois College, Charleston, Ill.
Mrs. Crecene A. Fariss of Port-
land, Ore., national president and
Mrs. Russell T. Costello of Pon-
tiac, national secretary will also
oe honor guests.
This will be the first official
visit of national officers to the
local chapter since it was in-
stalled in 1948. The chapter was
reorganized in 1946.
Mrs. L. V. Colwell and Mrs:
James Ramsay, Jr., are local alum-
ne who will assist active members
with the tea.
Those pouring will be: Mrs.
Marvin Niehuss, Mrs. Fred Ar-
nold, Mrs. Oliver S. DeLancey, Jr.,
and Mrs. Clarence Kessler all of
Ann Arbor.
WAA Notices
Golfers-The "Pitch and Putt
Club" will hold its spring organiz-
ational meeting at 5 p.m. today
in WAB. Those who cannot attend
this meeting, but wish to join,
may contact Buffy Barss at 2-3279
by Friday noon.
Archery Club--There will be a
meeting of the club at 5 p.m. to-
day in WAB.
Outing Club--The Club will hold
a meeting at 1:30 p.m. today at
WAB. The organization plans to
go riding Saturday, April 23.. Any-
one who has not contacted Sue
.Rcbinson should call her at 2-5579
to make reservations.
* * *
Camp Counselors Club-Mem-
bers should wear sport clothes to
the meeting at 7:15 p.m. today in
WAB.
Career-minded girls from 209
colleges enrolled last year for
Gibbs sccrtarial training.
Write College Course Dan for
placement report booklet,
"Gibbs Girls at Work."
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Foreign Students Sponsor Tea

American and foreign students
"ill have an opportunity to meet
eh Oh ad exhang ideas at
the Internatioal Center's weekly
tea, wvhich will be held from 4:30
until 6 p.m. today.
Also on the agenda of for-
eign students' activities is the
comedy film "Bossa," to be shown
on Saturday, April 23, in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. The

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movie will be cosponsored by the
Interni onal Center ani the Arab
Club. Tickets may be purchased at
the Center.
Preparations are now being
made for International Week,
which will extend from May 1
through 7. Many interesting and
popular attractions have been
planned.

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Tutors are needed for account-
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