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May 04, 1950 - Image 11

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Dance Slated
At East-Quad


for students is the
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Bargains like this:
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for MAY, JUNE and
The largest and most
comprehensive selection
we've ever been able
to show

East-Quaders and their dates
will dance "Through the.Ages"
from 8:30 to midnight Saturday.
Unique among other campus
dances in that it features three or-
chestras in three ballrooms and a
restaurant where dancers can
meet and talk to their friends be-
tween dances, E-Q Ball has be-
come a traditional affair with the
men of East Quad.
TO PROVIDE music there will
be the orchestras of Ted Smith,
Johnny Harbard and Dick Peters.
By having three orchestras,
the dance committee is striving
to provide music which will
please everyone. There will be
everything from the sweet and
sentimental to the fast and furi-
ous, with something in between
for those who do not lend them-
selves to the extremes.
This year's dance will be based
on the theme of a pictorial re-
view, of life from prehistoric times
down to the present, and will also
give a sneak preview of life in the
future. Each of the rooms used for
the event will depict life and cus-
toms in some period in history.
* * *
FOR THOSEwho have a yen to
act the caveman, "Neander Hall"
will present an opportunity to
dance back in the days when clubs
and force were rules of the day.
Regal atmosphere will prevail
in "Tuts' Tomb," where the; ele-
gant life of the early Egyptians
will set the stage for dancing.
The splendor of the pharoahs
and their courts will be carried
out in the decorations.
A chance to get away from it all
will be presented to those who do
their dancing in the third ball-
room. "Century Unlimited" will
present a preview of how life will
be in the dim, distant future.
* * *
COUPLES MAY take their
choice of being ancient or modern
as they relax between dances. For
those who-like life in the twentieth
century, "Fission Pond" will pro-
vide the proper background, while
"Caesar and Squeezar" lounge will
appeal to those who want to get
back to the good old days.
"Bingo's Bar" will depict still
another period in history. Here
the days of the "Gay Nineties"
will set the mood.
A floor show will also be pre-
sented in the bar. Acting as master
of ceremonies, Joe Chestnut will
introduce Bill Gerson, who will do
a comic act; Patty Joy, who plays
the accordian and sings, and An-
tonio and Thresa, a Latin Ameri-
can dance team. Between perform-
ances of the floor show, Paul Mc-
Donough of Strauss House will en-
tertain the crowd with selections
on the piano.
According to the chairmen of
the affair, "Last year's dance was
terrific, but this year it promises
to be even bigger and better."

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Couple Plans
Fall Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Moncton
of Erie, Pa., have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Mildred M., to James, .. Storrie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Storrie
of Detroit.
Miss Moncton, a graduate of St.
Luke's Hospital school of nurs-
ing in Cleveland, is a nurse at
University Hospital. Mr. Storrie, a
junior in the business administra-
tion school, is director of person-
nel on the SL citizenship commit-
An early September wedding is
IWAA Notice's
Officials and Coaches Club-A
meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the WAB to discuss
batting techniques.
Tennis Tournament-The tour-
nament drawing is posted on the
bulletin board at the WAB. The
second round of the tournament
must be played by Saturday. The
club manager has asked everyone
to contact her opponent.
* * *
Speedball Club-There will be
a meeting for those interested in
playing speedball at 5 p.m. Mon-
day at Palmer Field.
Lantern Night Eliminations -
The eliminations for Lantern
Night will be held from 7 to 10:15
p.m. Monday at the League.
Groups are to meet in the Grand
Rapids Room in the League 15
minutes before they are to sing.
The eliminations will take place
in the Hussy Room. Groups must
be present or they will be auto-
matically disqualified.

Rules Issued
For Ushering
At PlaySeries
Women who are going to usher
for the Drama Festival have been
asked by the Personnel Committee
of the League to observe the fol-
lowing rules.
They may wear skirts and blous-
es or suits. They must wear hose
and heels or flats.
Any woman who has signed up
to usher for a certain performance
and then finds that she will be
unable to do so must notify the
head usher, Bill Bromfield, two
days in advance, or she must pro-
vide a substitute.
If she fails to report to the head
usher on time, neglects to let him
know she will be absent, or does
not provide a substitute if she
cannot be present, she will not be
allowed to usher for the remainder
of the five plays.
The schedule of the plays is as
follows: "The Tempest," by Wil-
liam Shakespeare, starring Vera
Zorina, May 15-20; "Born Yes-
terday," by Garson Kanin, star-
ring John Borgan and John Alex-
ander, May 22-27; "The Winslow
Boy," by Terrence Pattigan, star-
ring Basil Rathbone, May 30-June
3; "The Barrier," by Langston
Hughes and Jan Meyerowitz, star-
ring Murial Rahn, May 5-10 and
"Getting Married," by George Ber-
nard Shaw, starring Cedric Hard-
wicke, June 12-17.
League offers
Summer Jobs
A good opportunity for experi-
ence as a League official and for
a lot of fun is available to all wo-
men, sophomores through gradu-
ate students, who plan to attend
summer school, according to Patty
Breon, new interviewing chairman.
Petitioning is now open for the
following summer positions: presi-
dent of the League, chairman of
Judiciary Council, three Judiciary
members, social chairman, publi-
city chairman, and ballroom
People obtaining these positions
have a good chance to become ac-
quainted with League. procedures
and therefore would be better pre-
payred for a League office next
yeat, said Miss Breon.
Information concerning peti-
tioning may be found in the Presi-
dent's Reports and the League
Lowdown in the Undergraduate
Petitions will be due at 5 p.m.
May 11 in the Undergraduate Of-
fice, and Miss Breon requests that
interviews be signed for when peti-
tions are handed in.
Interviewing will be held from
May 15 through 18.
JGP Meeting
There will be an important
meeting of the central commit-
tee of the 1951 JGP at 5 p.m.
today in the League.


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