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, APRIL 28, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

PAGE FiVE

Barron Will Play
Sweetheart Songs
Rqt 18th IFC Ball

International Center Sets Up Date Bureau
To Relieve Coed Shortage for Annual Ball

Fraternity sweetheart songs,
styled the Blue Barron way will
be featured at the 18th annual
IFO Ball to be presented. from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, May 6, at
the Intramural Building.
Any house wishing to have their
song played should submit a copy
to John Baum at the IFC Office
before Saturday. Barron will play

Artists Present
Annual Picnic
Members of the Arts Society will
present their annual picnic, the
"Art School Scamper," at 5 p.m.
today on the Island.
The picnic will be highlighted'
by baseball games between archi-
tects and designers. Tickets can
be purchased for 60 cents by Arts
Society members and for 75 cents
by non-members.
James Kirkamo and Barbara
tidgeway are co-chairmen of the
Society, a revival of the Archi-
tecture Society. The "Masquerade
of the Heads," a formal dance,
was sponsored by the group last
semester.

his own arrangement of each song
throughout the evening.
AMONG THE SONGS to be
played will be "SAE Sweetheart,"
the song that took first place at
last year's IFC sing. In addition,
the guests will hear "Dream Girl
of Theta Delta Chi," "Dream Girl
of Theta Chi," "Theta Xi Dream
Girl" and "Sweetheart of Sigma
Chi."
Approximately 30 members of
the IFC Glee Club will provide
intermission entertainment at
the dance. The selections chosen
are "Brothers Sing On," "Ezekiel
Saw the Wheel" and "Spin,
Spin," a Swedish melody, May-
nard Klein, a member of the
faculty, is the director of the
group.
Blue and silver labeled records
accentuating the "I Cover the'Wa-
terfront" theme have been sent to
every fraternity house as an add-
ed publicity stunt. The records
feature a mellow rendition of the
song vocalized by Sarah Vaughn.
The committee hopes that a
continued emphasis of the theme
will induce a large number of fra-
ternity men to attend the dance.

-Daily-Wally Barth
FROSH FEMS-Though they put up a hard fight, the Maize tug-of-war team pictured above lost
to the Blue team in yesterday's battle between the freshmen women. Part of the publicity for
Frosh Week-End, the tug-of-war was proceeded ty a mock-battle featuring fisticuffs, water-bombs
and pillow fights. This year's contingent of spirited freshmen women is trying to make the Frosh
Weekend an annual Michigan Tradition. They will top the festivities with two dances Friday and
Saturday.

Counselors

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WHY TYPE?,

Let Us

To Convene,
Approximately 200 deans of
women and girls' counselors from
Michigan high schools, colleges
and junior colleges will meet in
Ann Arbor tomorrow.
Dr. Fritz Redel, professor of
social work at Wayne University,
will dispuss "Group Problems and
Techniques in Student Govern-
mnent" at a luncheon meeting in
the Grand Rapids Room.
Following the luncheon there
will be a demonstration and an-
alysis based on group problems
and techniques in student govern-
ment,

Women Journalists Will Hold
Fashion Show, Initiation Dinner
Four Take Honors Coeds To Model

Are you one of the many stu-
dents who shy away from blind
dates because you are afraid you
may end up with somebody's
great-grandfather?
Do you have the impression that
all blind dates have false teeth.
three eyes and wooden legs? If
you do, and no amount of reason-
ing will convince you otherwise,
read no further.
But if you are willing to gamble
on a pretty safe bet and have a
free evening on Friday, May 6 why
not get a blind date for the Inter-
national Ball?
* * *
MANY STUDENTS from all
parts of the world arrive at the
University as total strangers. Of
course, after they have been here
for a while they meet many fellow
students at the International Cen-
ter, but foreign, as well as na-
tive, coeds are scarce.
As a consequence the shortage
of dates will prevent many male
foreign students from attending
the ball.
In an effort to alleviate this
situation a date bureau has been
set up at the Center. Men may
leave their names and vital sta-
tistics. Then coke dates will be
arranged so that coeds may get
acquainted with their- neighbors
from across the seas.
* * *
ALL COEDS interested in at-
tending the ball as guests of for-
eign students may contact the
social chairman of their residence
or call Mrs. Kathleeen M. Mead
at the International Center.
Coeds are also invited to at-
tend the open houses slated for
this week and next at the Cen-
ter.
This afternoon the Center's
Tea To Honor
Faculty Today
Members of Alpha Delta Pi will
be hostessestat the Student-Fac-
ulty Hour to be held from 4 to
5 p.m. today in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
The faculty of the Geology and
Ceography departments will be
.he honored guests. Students of
;hese departments are especially
:nvited to attend, although every-
3ne is welcome.
To add to the informal atmo-
,phere, cokes and potato chips
vill be served over checkered
tablecloths. Ganes, such as bridge
ind ping-pong, will provide enter-
tainment between discussions.
This will be one of a series
df weekly coke hours sponsored
'y Assembly and Panhellenic As-
3ociations in the interest of pro-
noting more informal relations
Between the faculty and student
oody.

weekly tea will be held from 4:30
p.m. until 6 p.m.
Two dances have been planned
for this weekend. Club Europa will
sponsor a dance from 9 p.m. to
Archery Club
Members will meet at 5 p.m.
today in WAB.

midnight tomorrow at which re-
freshments will be served.
* * *
A RECORD hop will take place
Saturday evening at the Center.
The Inter-Guild Clubs are
sponsoring a student tea from 3
to 5 p.m.Sunday.sAlso scheduled
for Sunday is a supper prepared
by the Turkish Club.

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"Ladies of the Press" will take
the spotlight at the Theta Sigma
Phi dinner to be given at 7 p.im
Oinnday in the Allenel Hotel.
Following the initiation of eight
new members into the national
wcmen's honorary fraternity for
jounalists, the dinner will honor
four outstanding women in the
field of journalism and letters.
Those honored will be Helen
Bower, music, drama and book
critic of the Detroit Free Press; M.
M. Winthrop, manager of the
Tech Agency, Detroit advertising
agency; Fran Harris, WWJ wom-
en's editor; and Melba Marlett,
writer of crime novels,
New initiates of the fraternity
will be Anne Joan Beck, Alice
Brinkman, Nancy Sayre, Nancy
Lutton, Dolores Palanker, Dor-
thea Hess, Joanne Leivo and Mary
Clement.
Guests will include members of
the University journalism faculty,
of officers and Sigma Delta Chi
journalism fraternity for men,
editors of local and Detroit news-
papers and alumni of Theta Sig-
ma Phi.
Co-chairmen of the dinner are
Lillian Drazek and Beverly Bussey.

"A Fashionable Evening" will be
the theme of Theta Sigma Phi's
annual fashion show to be held at
8 p.m. Tuesday, May 3 in the
League Ballroom.
The program will include ,a
showing of summer skirts and
blouses, sport clothes, pajamas,
cotton dresses, dressy dresses,
bathing suits, hats, shoes, and for-
mals from local stores.
Arlette Harbour and Mary Stier-
er will serve as commentators for
the show, with Pat Brown supply-
ing the musical background at the
piano.
Door prizes and favors will com-
plete the "Fashionable Evening."
Student models arrayed in the lat-
est look will be Marcia Ames, Mar-
garet Baldwin, Penny Brundrett,
Dorothy Calhoun, Mary Alice
Cheney, Ellen Crowley, Mary Lou
Dickenson and Janet Fest.
Other models will be Marilyn
Howell,, Ruth M,rtini, Dorothy
Meyer, Libby Meyers, Mickey Mi-
chelmann, Glenna Moore, Nancy
Saunders, Mary P. Sherwood.
Jeanne Smith, Jeanne Thorne and
Catherine Woodhams.
Tickets for the event will be on
Tale in the lobby of the League

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