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Annual IFC BaT To Feature
Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra
World Famous Buildings To Be Theme of
Independent, Fraternity Sponsored Booths

Dreams will abound at the an-j
nual IFC Ball, "A Dreamer's Hol-
iday," to be presented from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. May 12 at the IM
Building.
That "Sentimental Gentleman,"
Tommy Dorsey will furnish the
music, either slow or snappy, for
this nineteenth presentation of an
annual campus event.
* * *

for nearly every fraternity on cam-
pus plus one for independents,
this year's theme is based on fa-
mous buildings of the world.
Tickets are on sale now in all
fraternity houses, and campus
sales will open in the near fu-
ture.
General chairman of the dance
is Jack Heaphy, of Alpha Sigma
Phi.
* * *

ALSO FEATURED with the
Dorsey group wil be Buddy Rich
on the drums and the orchestra's
new vocalist, Frances Irvin.
Connected with music from
his early years. Dorsey started
his musical career by tooting the
trumpet. Due to the sudden ill-
ness of his father's trombonist
however, the Dorsey offspring
then took over the instrument.
In 1934, the Dorsey brothers,
Tommy and Jimmy, started a band
of their own which featured Bob
Crosby, vocalist; Glenn Miller,
second trombonist and Ray Mc-
Kinley on the drums.
WITH BOOTHS at the dance

CHAIRMEN of the various com-
mittees include booths and dec-
orations, Bob Hadden, Acacia;
tickets, Ned Hess, Theta Xi; pro-
grams and invitations, Jim Foster,
Alpha Sigma Phi and buildings
and grounds, Dwight Vincent, Al-
pha Tau Omega.
The list continues with Dick
Ferrara of Lambda Chi Alpha who
is working on the publicity in co-
ordination with Mary Helen King
of Delta Zeta, representative of
Panhellenic.
Jack Heaphy and Ned Hess are
taking care of the financial angles
of the dance.

Residences
To Be Planned
For Linguists
Even if they are unable to tra-
vel abroad, language students will
be given ample opportunity to
improve their command of Span-
ish, German or French if they take
up residence in one of the for-
eign language houses that are be-
ing planned for the summer.
Conversation in each house will
be conducted entirely in one of
the three languages. Some ability
to speak the language is a pre-
requisite for residence. In past
years, however, the residents have
included beginners as well as ad-
vanced students.
* * *
LAST YEAR the social program
in these houses included open
houses, parties, teas and faculty
dinners at which the guests were
required to speak in the language
of the house. In addition to these
activities, residents learned games
and songs of the country whose
language they were using.
Rooms in separate Spanish,
French and German houses are
available for women students.
Men may eat their meals at the
residences. Room rent for eight
weeks will be $50. Meals for five
days a week ( not including Sat-
urdays and Sundays) during
the same period will cost $80.
The residences are being plan-
ned by the Summer Session Of-
fice, the Dean of Women's Office,
the Department of Romance Lan-
guages and the Department of
Germanic Languages and Litera-
ture.
LINGUISTIC DIRECTORS con-
nected with the University facul-
ty will manage the houses. Separ-
ate business managers will take
charge of the household services.
Mrs. Pauline Elliott will be in
charge of the French and Span-
ish houses and Mrs. B. P. Ba-
grow will supervise the German
house.
Applications for residence should
be made at the Dean of Women's
Office before May 15. The Office
will also handle requests from men
students who wish to take their
meals in the houses.

DAILY
OFFICIAL'
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Student Science Society: Meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., 1300 Chemistry. Dr.
W. C. McKeachie will speak on
"Is Psychology A Science?" Any-
one interested is invited.
House President's Committee:
Meeting, 4:30 p.m., Rm. 3N, Union.
Open, to all House Presidents of
Assembly and A.I.M.
U. of M. Sailing Club: Business
meeting and shore school, 7:30 p.-
m., 311 W. Engineering. Prepara-
tions for Notre Dame Team races.
International Center Weekly.Tea:
4:30-6 p.m.
Polonia Club: Meeting, 7:30 p.-
m., International Center. Dancing.
Members and friends invited.
Michigan Arts Chorale: P,ehear-
sal, 7 p.m., Rm. B, HH. Choral Un-
ion members excused from this
meeting. Concert will be May 14.
Coming Events
Inter-Guild Retreat: Detroit Re-
creation Camp. Leave Lane Hall,
5:30 p.m., Fri., April 28. Return to
Lane Hall 3 p.m., Sun., April 30.
Make reservations with Joanne
Smith, Lane Hall
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Friday evening services, 7:45 p.-
b., followed by a program present-
ed by IZFA consisting of a drama-
tic presentation and songs. Every-
one invited.
Gallery Talk: "How to look at
Buddhist Sculpture," by Prof. John
Hadley Cox; Sun., April 30, 3:30
p.m., Museum of Art, Rm.* D,
Alumni Memorial Hall. The public
is invited.

Geranan Coffee'Hour: Fri., 3:15-
4:30 p.m., League Coffee Bar. All
students and faculty members in-
vited.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Over-
Night Cycle Trip to Harmony Val-
ley Hostel, Sat.-Sun., April 29, 30.
Near Clarkston. Reservations call
Dave Smith, 7211, by Friday. Have
bike, AYH Pass, eating utensils,
sleeping bag, rain equipment.
Bring lunch to eat on the way. Ho';
meal prepared at Hostel. Meet at
League, time decided later.
University . Museums: . Exhibits

and motion pictures on the F
day Evening Program, "Proces
and functions in Human Develc
ment." April 28. Exhibits are op
to the public, University Museu
building, 7 to 9 p.m. Motion p
tures, "Meiosis" and "Body I
fenses against Disease." Kellc
Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Also exhi
in Museums building Rotunda.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Sat., Ap
29, Square dancing, Jones Schc
8:15 to 11 p.m. Bring AYH pa
Everyone welcome.
Sun., April 30, meet at Leag
2 p.m., for local hike. Back
6 p.m.

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ON FRIENDLY TERMS-Jean Waidley, left, of the Blue team of
Frosh Weekend and Connie Kay, right, of the Maize seem to be
very compatible, even though their respective teams are vying
for top honors in competition. The coeds are playing the leads
in the floor shows, which are for the Blue "Watch the Birdie,"
and for the Maize "Flapper Daze." Birdie will have the spotlight
Friday night, while Maizie will take over on Saturday.
* * * * * *
Maiz7eFlappers, Blue Birdies
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According to assistant publi-
city chairmen, Mary Helen Jor-
stad of the Blue team, and Sally
Gouldethorpe of the Maize, there
will be a fight to the finish to dis-
cover who will be the victor of
Frosh Weekend.
The Blue team, which will pre-
sent its dance Friday, April 28

ArWAA NOTES
Archery Club - There will be a't'urday. Members of the club and

in the League ballroom has chosen
for its theme "Watch the Birdie."
*, * *
THE BALLROOM is divided into
two parts for the night of the
dancewith the Blue decorating
half and the Maize adorning the
other half.
Decorations for the Blue team
will consist of a long strip of
film which includes suchpor-
traits as a baseball player in
striped uniform and a couple in
a Model T.
Joan Brown, floor show chair-
man, has announced that the pia-
nist for the show, Lois Guager,
wrote the music for the Blue team
theme.
,* * *
TICKETS ARE now on sale for
the Blue dance from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. in the Administration Build-
ing and on the Diag.

MONTH'S END
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meeting for everyone interested in
entering the National Intercol-
legiate Archery Tournament at
5:10 p.m. today at the WAB.
* * *
Rifle Club - All afternoon prac-
tices have been cancelled except
those scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m.
Friday. The evening practices from
7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day are stil being held at the WAB.
Softball Club - There will be a
meeting at 4 p.m. tomorrow at
4 p.m. at Palmer Field. New mem-
bers may still join the club.
Outing Club - The club is plan-
ning to go horseback riding Sat-

all others interested will meet at
9 a.m. Saturday in front of Bar-
bour Gym. Those who plan to go
should call Peg McDougall at 7992
today.
* * *
Michifish Club - There will be
a mass meeting at 10 a.m. Satur-
day at the Union to plan next
year's activity with the new man-
ager, Janet Dewey. This will be
the final meeting of the semes-
ter.
. * * * .
Tennis Club - The club singles
tournament will start this week-
end. The draw will be posted on
the WAB bulletin board. The club
manager has requested that mem-
bers look there and contact their
opponent. The club has reserved
tennis courts from 10 to 12 a.m.
Saturday for tournament play.
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The Maize team will present its
dance Saturday, April 29 in the
League ballroom. Ted Smith and
his orchestra will play for the af-
fair, which centers around the
era of the flapper and the raccoon
coat.
* * *
"MAIZIE AND her Scrapbook"
is the title of the floor show, and
unusual life-size decorations will
enhance the Maize half of the
ballroom.
Tickets are now being sold from
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Ad-
ministration Building, from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Diag, and
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Union and at the League. Tickets
will also be sold from 5 to 7 p.m.
today at the East Quadrangle.
This production will be the sec-
ond to be given on campus.
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