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May 04, 1949 - Image 5

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fESDAY, MY 4, 49 5THE MICHIGAN XIY ___

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International Ball

Final plans are now in order foi
the seventh annual International
Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Friday, in the ballroom of
the Union.
A new speedy photographic serv-
ice has been employed so that
Veddings
Engagements
Price-Kristofferson
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Price of La
Grance, Ill., have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Evelyn Dorothy, to Mr. Alfred
Kristofferson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Kristofferson of Manistique.
Both Miss Price and Mr. Kris-
tofferson are enrolled in the lit-
erary college. Miss Price will grad-
uate this June and Mr. Kristoffer-

son in August.
The wedding will take
June 18 in La Grange,
* * *

place

;uests who have black and white
pictures taken may view their
photos within half an hour.
Colored pictures will also be
available and will take the regu-
lar period of time for delivery.
* * *
THE ALL-CAMPUS International
Ball is sponsored annually by the
[nternational Students' Associa-
tion with proceeds going to the
Emergency Fund for Foreign Stu-
Jents.
This year the dance will fea-
ture continuous music by the or-
chestras of Frank Tinker and
Ramon Cerda.
At 11 o'clock, a floorshow fea-
turing a variety of local and for-
eign talent will take place. The na-
tional songs and dances of such
far away places as Hawaii, India,
and Poland will be among those
represented.
JOE CZESNAKOWICZ of the
Polonia Club will reign as master
of ceremonies for this interlude.
The decorations for the main
ballroom will follow a generally
colorful scheme while those for
the Terrace will represent a
Rathskellar. Cokes will be served
here in a candlelit atmosphere
while other refreshments will be
available in the Union taproom.
Dress for the Ball is either semi-
formal or national costume and
flowers will be permitted.
A blind-date bureau is function-
ing effectively in the International
Center to provide dateless men and
women with partners, either for-
eign or American.
Tickets are available at the Un-
ion, League, on the diagonal, and
at the Center.
Kappa Sigma
Elects Officers
Kappa Sigma Fraternity elected
the following officers for the fall
semester Monday night: James
Weldon, president; Bruce Paxton,
first vice-president; Richard Foote,
second vice-president; William
Merritt, secretary; and Roland C.
Howell, treasurer.

DerVartanian-
Sahakian
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew DerVar-
tanian of Detroit have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Roxie, to Mr. Torcome G. Saha-
kian of Highland Park.
Miss DerVartanian attended
Wayne University. Mr. Sahakian is.
a senior in the School of Business
Administration.
Bullen-Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bullen
of Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Joan
Sybil, to Mr. Donald Snover Lewis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P.
Lewis of Flint.
Miss Bullen is a senior in the
School of Music and is a member
of Sigma Alpha Iota.
Mr. Lewis is a sophomore in the
literary college. He is a member of
Theta Chi and Kappa Kappa Psi.
A late summer wedding is
planned.

Open Air Ball
To Take Over
Palmer Field
Tennis Ball, open air dance
slated for Friday, May 13 on the
Palmer Field Tennis Courts, will
take the place this year of Michi-
gras, combined project of the Un-
ion and WAA.
It is emphasized that the dance
will be strictly informal, in keep-
ing with the tennis theme of the
decorations and the outdoor set-
ting.
In case of rain, plans have been
made to hold the dance in Bar-
bour Gymnasium, where festivi-
ties will be carried on in the same
informal atmosphere.
MUSIC WILL be provided by
Charlie Manning and his Michi-
ganaires, a newly organized cam-
pus combo.
Proceeds will go to WAA, to be
used for the new women's swim-
ming pool.
Since there will be no Union
dance on May 13, Bill Wise, gen-
eral chairman of the ball said that
a large turnout is expected.
TICKET SALES will begin at 1
p.m. today. Booths will be located
in the Union, the Administration
Building, the League and on the
diagonal, Bill Race, ticket chair-
man of the affair, has announced.
Sales will continue from 1
p.m. until 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
and Friday and from 9 a.m. un-
til noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday of next
week.
Tickets may also be purchased
on the night of the dance at eith-
er of the two entrances to the ten-
nis courts.
Further details and announce-
ment of the prizes for the contest
sponsored by Tennis Ball will be
announced later.
Coed Tennis
Match Slated
Tennis enthusiasts will sign up
this week for the women's singles
and mixed doubles tournaments
to begin Friday and continue
through this week and next.
Sheets will be posted in the
lobby of the WAB, where pros-
pective participants may register
until 6 p.m. Thursday. The tour-
namnent is open to all women on
campus. Winners will be judged by
the first- two rounds, two out of
three sets.
Playing will take place on the
Palmer or Ferry Field courts, ac-
cording to Katherine Geigen-
mueller, manager of the women's
tennis club.
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Student-Faculty hour

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-Daily-Bill Ohlinger
BEACH DAZZLER-Margaret Baldwin models a metallic bathing
suit and beach accessories for spectators of "A Fashionable Eve-
ning," Theta Sigma Phi's annual fashion show held last night in
the Leaigue Ballroom.
* * * *
Summer Fashions Spotlighted
By Theta Sig 'Evening' Show

(Continued from ie )
Bible Study, Books of Acts, Chap-
ter XI, 7:30 p.m. Upper Room.
Lane Hall.
Roger Williams Guild-weekly
"chat" and tea at Guild House,
4:30-6 p.m.
West Quad Radio Club: meeting
Wednesday at 7:30.
Young Progressives meeting on
Thursday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 18, Angell Hall. David Leon-
ard of the History Department will
speak on the North Atlantic Pact.
ComingEvents
International Center weekly tea
for all foreign students and Ameri-
can friends, 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs.,
April 28, International Center.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Thursday, May 5, from 4-5 p.m.
in the Grand Rapids Room of the
League. The Philosophy depart-
ment will be guests. Co-sponsored
by Assembly and Pan-hel associa-
tions.
The Tau Beta Pi meeting this
Thursday at 7:15 will be held in
Room 348, W. Engr. Bldg. instead
of the Michigan Union.
Picnic: A picnic sponsored by
the 19th-24th district of the As-
sociation of Independent Men will
be given on May 15, 2:30 p.m. All
independent students living out-
side University Dorms are invited.
The cost of $1.50 per couple should
be paid this week in Room 3C of
the Union, from 2-3 p.m. on Wed.,
Thurs., or Friday. Any students
desiring dates for the occasion

"Mind if I go through? 1I'm in a hurry - There's a girl
at the next tee wi/h a Staebler Beauty Shopi hair-do"

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Regular Day and Evening Schools
Throughout the Year. Catalog
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DELTA EPSILON PI
The only Greek letter fraternity
composed of Greeks, presents its annual
BACCHUS BALL
Dance to the smooth rhythms of
DAVE WISE and His Wise Owls
Saturday, May 7, 9-12 P.M.
Michigan League Ballroom - $1.25
Informal

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Summer fashions with every
new aspect took the spotlight at
Theta Sigma Phi's vogue show-
ing, "A Fashionable Evening",
yesterday.
Crease resistant materials, shor-
ter skirts and strapless sunbacks
with complimentary boleros or
stoles were among the more prom-
inent features scheduled for the
summer of '49.
OT ERCURRENT 'looks' worn
by student models included off-
the-shoulder styles, empire waist
fashions with big hip pockets and
hand washable summer suits.
Outstanding strapless cottons were
trimmed with pique and matched
by pique stoles.
Contributed by local stores,
garments shown were chosen
with an eye to the senior cruise,
a future June wedding, or just
staying at home with sports
interests.
Narrating for the show were
Arlette Harbour, president of As-
senbly Association, and Mary
Stierer, president of Panhellenic.
Pat Brown served as pianist.
* * *
SPECTATOR interest was kept
not only by outstanding models

and fashions, but also by Theta
Sig favors and door prizes. Toilet
articles by Frances Denney were
given to all, while door prizes
included flowers, a compact, rec-
ord album and a bridge deck.
Serving as student models were
Marcia Ames, Margaret Baldwin,
Penny Brundrett, Dorothy Cal-
houn, Mary Alice Cheney, Ellen
Crowley, Mary Lou Dickenson,
Marilyn Fisenbach, Janet Fest,
Daine Hacha, Helen Giese, Mari-
lyn Howell, Janet Marshall and
Ruth Martini.
Others were Dorothy Meyer,
Libby Meyers, Mickey Michel-
mann, Glenna Moore, Nancy
Saunders, Mary P. Sherwood,
Jeanne Smith, Jeanne Thorne,
Anne Tuck, Nancy Walker, Kathy
Wersen and Carolyn Woodhams.

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