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East Quad To Present 'Dance of the Ages;'
decorations To Depict Life of Past to Future
Three Orchestras in Three Ballrooms, Gay Nineties Restaurant
Add to Uniqueness of Fourth Tra'ditional East Quad Dance

Open Sales for IFC Ball To Start Monday

Those wishing to float in the
clouds at the annual IFC Ball, "A
Dreamer's Holiday," may purchase
their tickets from 1 to 4 p.m. to-
morrow through Thursday on the
This year's presentation of the
annual campus event will take
place from 9 p.m. to 1. a.m. May
13 at the IM Building.
The holiday for dreamers will

feature the music of that "Senti- dividual booths at the dance based
mental Gentleman of Swing," on a theme of famous buildings of
Tommy Dorsey. the world. There will also be a
Fraternities will each have in- booth for independents.

East Quadrangle will play host
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day when it presents it annual
E-Q Ball.
This year will mark the fourth
presentation of the dance which
has now become a tradition at
East Quad.
E-Q BALL is unique from most
pampus dances in that it fea-
tures three orchestras in three
different ballrooms and a res-
taurant where the dancers will be
served refreshments.
"Dance of the Ages" will be
the theme of the dance this year
and will be carried out in the
decorations for the ball. Six
periods of time will be repre-
sented from the prehistoric
down to the future.
Prehistoric times will be depict-
ed in one of the ballrooms, ap-
propriately called "Neander Hall."
Here couples will dance in an at-
mosphere that hearkens back to
the times of the cave men.
* * *
"TUT'S TOMB" will be the
name given to the ballroom in
which life along the Nile will be
represented. Decorations will show
Egyptian civilization at its height,

in the days of the pharoahs ant
"Caesar and Squeezar" lounge
will give couples an opportunity
to relax between dances in an
atmosphere of old Rome.
For refreshments, couples may
visit "Bingo's Bar," where they
will be served by moustached
waiters in the best style of the
"Gay Nineties."
will be entertained by a floor
show, and between appearances of
the floor show Paul McDonough
of Strauss House will provide
background music on the piano.
"Fission Pond" will be the
scene of life in the twentieth
The third ballroom will present
"Century Unlimited," a preview of
life in the future.
PROGRAMS will also carry out
the theme of "Dance of the Ages."
The center page which is tradi-
tional with E-Q Ball will contain
a picture showing the different
periods of time represented at the
Miusic for the ball will be
provided by three orchestras,
each with a different style, so

that everyone will be
dance to his favorite



For those who like it slow and
dreamy, Ted Smith and his or-
chestra will provide the appropri-
ate musical background, while
Johnny Harberd will be on hand
to play for those who like their
music with a faster beat. That
happy medium will be found in
the orchestra of Dick Peters.
E-Q BALL is traditionally a
dance which is open only to the
men of East Quad and their
guests. Those who live in the
quadrangle may invite their
friends to attend the dance.
It has been requested that
women attending the dance do
not wear corsages.
Last year's ball was titled "In-
ternational Affair." Each couple
was presented with a program in
the form of a passport before
they began their trip to the dif-
ferent parts of the world which
were represented in the ballrooms
and lounges. Decorations depicted
life and customs among the many
peoples of the world.


OSCAR WINNERS-Joseph Gerae and Audrey Grendahl look
on as John McMichael and Laurie Lamy admire the gold oscar
which they won for their representation of Samson and Delilah
at the Alpha Rho Chi annual "Greenwich Village" Ball.
Gala Greenwich Village Ball
Presented by Alpha Rho Ci



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(Continued from Page 4)
Academic Notices
Mathematics. Orientation Sem-
inar: Mon., May 1, 3 p.m., 3001
A.H. "Impossibility of Construc-
ting a Regular Heptagon," Mr.
Doctoral Examination for Ver-
non Calvert Applegate, Zoology
thesis: "Natural History of the
Sea Lamprey, Petromyzon mari-
nus, in Michigan," Mon., May 1,
4101 Natural Science Bldg., 9 a.m.
Chairman, K. F. Lagler.
Doctoral Examination for Fran-
cis Roman Young, Education; the-
sis: "Subsidization of Students in
Teacher Training Institutions,"
Mon., May 1, East Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., 10:30 a.m. Chair-
man, G. M. Wingo.
Composers' Forum, under the di-
rection of Ross Lee Finney, 8:30
p.m., Mon., May 1, Architecture
Auditorium. Program works writ-
ten and played by students in the
Department of Music at Michigan
State College. Open to the public
without charge.
Student Recital: Elsie Bell, So-
prano, will present a program at
8:30 p.m., Sun., April 30, Archi-
tecture Auditorium, in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for
the degree of Bachelor of Music.
Compositions by Haydn, Mozart,
Schubert and DeBussy. Open to
the public. Mrs. Bell is a pupil of
Arthur Hackett.
(Continued on Page 7)

Alpha Rho Chi, professional'
architecture and design fraterni-
ty, turned its house into a minia-
ture, make-believe Hollywood this
weekend with neon signs, palm
trees, theater posters and even
gold oscars.
Each year the fraternity pre-
sents its Greenwich Village Ball,
which is noted for its gala cos-
tumes and extravagant decora-
tions. The dance is one of the most
original and novel affairs which
is held on the campus.
ONE HUNDRED celebrities who
attended the Hollywood festivities
of this year's ball included such
notable characters as Samson and
Delilah, W. C. Fields and Mae
West, the "boy with green hair,"
"angels with dirty, faces," "Do-
rothy and the bashful lion" and
Caesar and Cleopatra.
As each of the costumed
couples arrived, they were greet-
ed by a blaze of spotlights and
were interviewed over a loud
speaker at the door which re-
sembled the entrance to Grau-
men's Chinese Theater in Hol-
Passers-by on the street were
attracted to the party by huge
neon signs which were set up out-
side of the house. One kept blink-
ing "Hollywood," and the other
was a replica. of the face of an
Earl Carroll girl in pink neon out-
lining black.
worked for weeks on the elaborate,
decorations which were set up
throughout the ground floor of the
One of the most difficult
tasks which confronted them
was that of constructing a run-
ning news sign such as the one
which is in New York's Times
Square. Placed just inside the
door, it announced "Alpha Rho

Chi Goes Hollywood . . . Film
Capital Moved."
A Hollywood nightclub, "Club
Afrique," provided the major part
of the entertainment for the par-
ty-goers. One of the most unusual
sights of the evening was W. C.
Fields giving Cleopatra a whirl
on the dance floor.
ANOTHER ROOM of the house
was decorated to represent a park.
At the entrance there was a large
sign reading "Hollywood and
Chinese opium den, a motion
picture sound stage, ceiling-
high caricatures of Hollywood
personalities and palm trees
completed the atmosphere of
the ball.
Don Wyant's "Five Chips and a
Chirp" provided the music for the
party. They could be viewed
through a huge pair of decorated
"bop" glasses.
Prospective Hollywood stars
could visit the screen test studio
where a photographer would take
their pictures.
A gld oscar was awarded to
Laurie Lamy and John Mc-
Micha'el, who came as Samson and
Delilah, for the best costumed
couple. Audrey Grendahl and
Joseph Gerae won second place.
rank Tinker To Play
At 'Wishing Well Ball'
"Wishing Well Ball" will be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Sa-
turday at the Union Ballroom.
According to Irv Barill and Ron
Modlin, chairmen of the dance,
a wishing well will be provided
where a wish may be made with
the toss of a coin.
Frank Tinker and his Union
orchestra will furnish the musical

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