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Y, APII 27, 94H TiE MICHIGAN BAILY

Lawyers

To Hold

Traditional Dance
Crease Bal. To Revive Ancient Feud
Between Law Students and Engineers

Law students will revive their
traditional rivalry with the engi-
neers when they present their an-
nual Crease Ball from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday at the Union.
Crease Ball, for many years, was
a source of irritation to the en-
gineers because, not only was it a
rival dance, but, from 1931 until
1942, it was given on the same
t as the engineer's Slide Rule
le feud began years ago when
the two balls were both given in
the same building. In 1927 the
lawyers aroused the anger of the
engineers by stealing the giant
slide rule which was to be the
main decoration for Slide Rule
Ball.
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tear gas bombs and managed to
cut the power box current, leaving
the lawyers in the dork.
In 1942 both sides decided
that the source of much conflict
migt be eliminated if they
would hold their balls on dif-
ferent nights. But the groundork
for rivalry had already been
laid. Even though the dances
are no longer held on the same
night nor in the same building,
the rivalry remains.
This year's Crease Ball will fea-
ture a satire on legal phrases. The
traditional "Law Review", which
has been distributed at the dance
in former years will be replaced
this year by a "Raw Review."

IN RETALIATION,
neers invaded Crease

the engi-
Ball with

FRANK TINKER'S
will provide music for
which will be either
semi-formal.

orchestra
the dance,
formal or

Pi Lambda Theta
Slates Initiation
Pi Lambda Theta, honorary fra-
ternity for women in education,
will hold its Spring initiation at
'7:30 p.m. Friday in the West Con-
ference Room of the Rackham
Building.
As guest speaker for the eve-
ning, Carl D. Sheppar, a member
of the University's Fine Arts De-
partment, will deliver an address
on modern art.
Refreshments and a social hour
will conclude the evening's enter-
tainment.

Attendance is limited to law
students and their dates. Wom-
en attending will be given 1:30
a.m. late permission. Corsages
are not to be worn.
Lorne MacDonald is general
chairman of the dance. He is be-
ing assisted by: Jack Reinhardt,
assistant chairman; Milton Filius
and John Walker, publicity; Lloyd
Eisenhower and David Morton,
tickets and James Hartrick and
Don McLeod, decorations.
Chaperons will be: Prof. and
Mrs. Lafayette H. Wright, Prof.
and Mrs. Charles Joiner and Prof.
and Mrs. Allan F. Smith.

-Daily-Bill Ohlinger
"ALL THE WORLD GOES .. ."-President Alexander G. Ruthven buys the first ticket for Interna-
tional Ball from Kiyoko Taira, secretary of the Hawaiian Club, as Eino Kainlauri, president of ISA,
looks on.

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* * *

* * *

Foreign Students To Hold flnnual
International Bail at UnionMay_6'

League Qroup
Recruits Coeds
For Odd Jobs
By EDTH TEWS
One o the busiest committees
on campus is the Personnel Com-
mittee of the League.
Although its chief project is to
supply ushers for the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre, Mary Davidson,
committee chairman, said, it now
has many other important duties.
On University Day, sponsored
by the Union, it obtained women
to act as guides to the visiting
high school students. Coeds also
helped at the IFC Book Exchange.
HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS, fur-
nished by the League, work four
hours a week. Coeds do odd jobs
for the nurses, clerical work, read
to patients, or entertain the chil-
dren in the wards.
The volunteers are trained at
the hospital and have preference
as to what work they do.
Usually at the campus drives,
the committee supplies women to
help with the buckets.
* * *
USHERING for the drama fes-
tival will be the League's next
big project. The quota of 14 ushers
for each performance is almost
filled.
Activity points are given to
volunteers for most of these
projects.
The committee chairman serves
on League Council. Joyce Keen,
Ann Prine and Esther Kaufman
are committee assistants.
Any woman interested in short
time volunteer work may call one
of the committee members. Her
name and special interest will be
added to the volunteer list.
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Ticket sales are now well under-'
way for the International Ball
which will be held from 9 p.m. un-
til 1a.m. Friday, May 6, in the
Union Ballroom.
Music for the occasion will be
provided by the orchestras of Ra-
mon Cerda, prominent South
American orchestra leader, and
Frank Tinker, regular Union band-
leader.
In keeping with the theme "All
The World Goes to The Interna-
tional Ball," a decorations scheme
of colorful festoons has been de-
signed for the main ballroom by
Francesco Della Scala, noted Ital-
ian Artist and architect.
* * *
THE TERRACE Room will bear
the atmosphere of an Old Euro-
pean Rathskellar. In the dim glow
of candlelight, cokes will be served
over checkered tablecloths.
This year marks the seventh
year the International Ball has
been held on the Michigan cam-
pus. The all-campus dance is
sponsored by the International
Students Association, with pro-
ceeds going to the Emergency
Fund for Foreign Students.
With 800 foreign students rep-
resenting fifty-two nations en-
rolled in the University, this im-
portant fund is heavily drawn
upon at all times, and because of
conditions abroad, is still more in
need of replenishment at the pres-
ent time.
S * * *
SINCE THESE students are pre-
dominantly men, a problem has
arisen over dates. There are not
enough foreign coeds on campus to
assure all the men of getting dates
for the ball.
Because of this situation, the

International Center is seeking
American women to attend the
dance.
A date bureau has been set up
at the Center where the men may
leave their names and vital sta-
tistics. Coke dates will then be ar-
ranged for get-acquainted ses-
sions at the Center or elsewhere
on campus.
* * *
COEDS INTERESTED in at-
tending the Ball as guests of for-
eign students are urged to contact
the social chairman of their dorms
or call Mrs. Kathleen M. Mead at
3-1511, ex. 358.
These guests are invited to at-
tend the open-houses to be held
at the Center this week and
next. The dates of these parties
will be announced later.
To add to the color of the oc-
casion, dress will be semi-formal
or national costume.
* * *
EAGERLY ANTICIPATED by
all who plan to attend the Ball, is

the elaborate floorshow planned
for the intermission.
Joe Czesnakowicz of the Po-
lonia Club, popular emcee of last
week's E-Q Ball, will do a repeat
performance with new jokes at
the International Ball.
A touch of the tropical will be
provided by members of the Ha-
waii Club who will dance and sing
several songs. Those who will per-
form include Velma McWayne,
Heeny Yuen, Ray Lum, Allen Mau
and Linda Akutagawa.
* * *
ALSO IN this act will be Reuben
Tyau, George Suzuki, Willie Wong,
Tai Choy Yim, Vicky Chun, Min-I
nie Fujitani and Kiyoko Taira.
Another unusual act will be pre-
sented by Brij Bhushan Kumar of
India who will play a solo on the
zither.
Tickets for the Ball are on sale
at the Union, League and on the
Diag. They may also be purchased
by writing to or calling at the In-
ternational Center.

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O'Connor-Kendall
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O'Connor'
of Cherokee Rd. have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Mary Ann to Edward L. Kendall,
son of Mrs. Earl Kendall of Jack-
son.
Both Miss O'Connor and her
fiance are seniors in the literary
college.
Miss O'Connor is affiliated with
Alpha Omicron Pi and Mr. Ken-
dall has been selected to receive
junior honors.
The wedding will take place in
August.
* * *
Bertoni-Oliver
Mrs. Ralph Bertoni of Felch St.
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Marguerite, to Dr.
William J. Oliver, son of Mrs.
John Oliver of Plains, Ga.
Dr. Oliver is a graduate of the
University of Michigan Medical
School. Now completing his in-
terneship at University Hospital,
he is a member of Alpha Kappa
Kappa medical fraternity and
Alpha Omega Alpha honorary so-
ciety.
The wedding will take place on
May 28 in St. Thomas Catholic
Church, Ann Arbor.
Scherer-Bruna
Mr. and Mrs. Odin L. Scherer

of Newfane, New York, have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, M. Roberta to Joe F.
Bruna, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph F. Bruna of Chicago.
Miss Scherer was graduated
from the literary college in the
class of '47. She is affiliated with
Alpha. Gamma Delta.
Mr. Bruna was graduated from
the forestry school and at present
is a graduate student in that
school.
Where
GOOD STUDENTS
Meet for
GOOD FOOD
Open Daily
7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Closed Sundays
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