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May 07, 1950 - Image 5

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ABall Will Feature
K Theme on Famous Buildings
Fraternities Plan Construction of Booths
Based onSphinx, Tower of Pisa, Castles

Santa Travels
To Kappa Sig
Yuletide Party

Senior Ball To Feature Gradcuation Theme


Claus stalked, holly

Exam nightmares will be re-
placed by far away dreams at the
annual IFC Ball, "A Dreamer's
Holiday," to be presented from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday at the IM
While drifting to the music of
that sentimental gentleman of
swing, Tommy Dorsey, dreamers
may let their gaze wander to the
various booths which will be de-
corating e t ballroom.
BASED ON A THEME of the fa-
mous buildings of the world, the
booths will represent every type

Weddings &

Rev. and Mrs. Wesley J. Dud-
geon of Flint have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Glee, to John C. Biery, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Biery of Mid-
Miss Dudgeon is a senior in the
School of Music. Mr. Biery is a
junior in the School of Engineer-
ing and is a member of Tau Beta
Mr. and Mrs. Lynne O. Goble of
Lansing have announced the en-E
gagemelt of their daughter, Pa-
tricia Ann, to John Anderson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Wilcox of
Miss Gobel is a senior in the
Education College and Mr. An-
- derson is a graduate student at
the University of Illinois.
The couple plan to be married
on June 18.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Mulky of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Vir-
ginia Marie, to Robert E. Keith,
son- of Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Keith of Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
Both Miss Mulky and Mr. Keith
are graduates of the University.
The wedding is planned for June
10 in Ann Arbor.
r . ;ALL MO

of architecture from a Chinese
pagoda to Yankee Stadium.
Thirty-six of the fraternities
on ca'mpus will devise theseI
facsimiles with devices and,
architecture of their own mak-
ing. There will also be a booth
for independents at the annual
all campus dance.
Camelot Castle, reminiscent of
days and knights of old 'will be
brought to the twentieth century
by the members of Triangle and
Trigon. Egyptian architecture will
be represented by the Zeta Psi
and Chi Phi booth, the Sphinx.j
* * *
really lean at the dance following
its construction by the Phi Kappa
Tau's and Kappa Nu's.
Even a touch of the campus
scene will be present with the
Phi Delta Theta's and Phi Gam-
ma Delta's version of the Ro-
mance Language Building.
Six trophies will be presented
to the prize winning booths, two
for first, second and third place
winners respectively.
last year were Sigma Nu and Tri-
gon with their booth "The Re'd
Last year's dance was based
on an "I Cover the Waterfront"
theme with ships and wharves
decorating the ballroom.
Programs for this year's dance
will feature a cover specially de-
signed by Jackie Hirt, Alpha Del-
ta Pi pledge. Gracing the cover
will be outstanding buildings from
the four corners of the earth and
representing the four types of
* * *
BACKDROPS for the band will
also feature many world famous
Intermission entertainment
will be provided by the winners
of Wednesday night's IFC Sing.
At this time, the group will pre-
sent the song which won them
first place.
Long a well known personality
in the field of dance'music, Dor-
sey has been a favorite of campus
dances for many years. Appearing
with his group this year will be
drummer Buddy Rich and vocal-
ist Frances Irvin.
General Chairman of the
"Dreamer's Holiday"' is Jack
Heaphy of Alpha Sigma Phi.

--Daily-Wally Barth
LAST YEAR'S WINNERS-The members of Sigma Nu and Trigon
took first place in the annual booth contest of IFC Ball with their
"The Red Witch." Theme of this year's dance, "A Dreamer's
Holiday," will be the famous buildings of the world.
Eliminations for Lantern Night
To Begin with Choral Groups

hopped and mistletoe helped
couples mingle at the Kappa Sig-
ma Christmas party held last
night at the chapter house.
With Christmas coming once a
year to most of the campus popu-
lation, the Kappa Sigmas decided
to beat the holiday rush with the
first of the Yuletide celebrations.
A new, and very distinct San-
ta Claus, made his appearance in
strictly summer attire and helped
lead the guests in the singing of
The social chairman hinted that
the Christmas tree might have
seen better days during the past
Yuletide season, but it conveyed
the spirit intended, nevertheless.
It was also hinted that corsages
would be presented to the women
attending. These would consist of
branches from last year's tree.
Providing the unpredictable
Ann Arbor weather did not prove
too warm, guests were also urged
to wear stocking hats.
Christmas may not have come
to the Kappa Sigma house in De-
cember, nor in July, but even in
May it proved torbe an occasion
of complete celebration.

If she's waiting to graduate,
she's waiting to go to Senior Ball!
Tickets for the favorite dance of
the staid old seniors will go on
sale tomorrow. Sales will be con-
tinuous from 12:45 to 5 p.m. in
the Administration Building dur-
ing the next week.
* * *
SINCE ONLY 400 tickets are
available, co-chairman , Bernard
Aidinoff urges all four-year men
to get busy early. One member of
every couple must be a senior.
Couples attending the dance
will arrive at the Union Ball-
room at 9 p.m. Friday, May 26
Sto enjoy the music of Don Pablo
and his orchestra, a local band
who also enhanced the ball-
room for the Paul Bunyan
dance. Regardless of the leader's
name, the outfit is not a South
American band
Decorations for the affair,
which will be done by a profes-
sional company, will carry out a
graduation theme in black and
* * *
SCROLL AND Mortarboard,
among other honorary societies on
campus, will be represented in the
Open to seniors of all schools,
the event is sponsored by the
Senior Board of the literary
college and the College of En-
Wally Teninga, president of the
Class of '50, has personally signed
letters to be read at house meet-
ings urging all seniors to attend
this, their last fling in college.
* * *
COMMITTEE members, work-
ing in conjunction'with the Sen-
ior Board, are: general chairmen,
Bernard Aidinoff and Helen
Girdler; decorations, William
Green; publicity, Mary Ann Har-
ris and Jeanne Johnson.

Formal attire is requested for ing the dance the time of his life.
the affair. We have a good budget, and ex-
As Miss Harris has stated, "We pect to go all out to give the sen-
can promise every person attend- , Jors a dance they can remember..

Speedball Club - There will be
no meeting of the club this Mon-
day as announced earlier. The club
will organize in the Fall.
* * *
Song Leaders' Meeting - A
meeting will be held for all song
leaders at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the
WAB. The results of the elimina-
tions will be announced at this
meeting. Also the losing, groups
will draw the names of the houses
which they will support on Lan-
tern Night.
* * *
The softball tournament will go
into its fourth week of play with
the following games scheduled:
At 5:10 p.m. Monday - Delta
Gamma I vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma III*; Pi Beta Phi I vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha* Delta Delta Delta I
vs. Sigma Delta Tau*; Mosher I
vs. Hollis House*; at 7 p.m. -
Jordan II vs. Jordan VIII*; Stock-
well III vs. Jordan IX*; Newberry
IV vs. Couzens V*; Martha Cook
II vs. Martha Cook I*; Jordan IV
vs. Wesreyans*.
At 5:10 p.m. Tuesday -- Gamma
Phi Beta III vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma II*; Mosher II vs. Stock-
well VI*; Newberry II vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta I*; Stockwell XV vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi III*; Golf Club;
at 7 p.m. Stockwell IX vs. Chi
Omega III*; Stockwell VIII vs.
Stockwell XVIII*; Sorosis vs. Al-
pha Kappa Alpha I*; Delta Delta
Delta III vs. Chi Omega I1*; Jor-
dan VI vs. Palmer House*.
At 5:10 p.m. Wednesday -- Al-
pha Gamma Delta II vs. winner

of Delta Delta Delta I-Sigma Delta
Tau*; Stockwell XII vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta I*; Stockwell XI
vs. winner of Jordan II-Jordan
VIII*; Archery Club;at 7 p.m. --
Couzens II vs. winner of Jordan
IV-Wesleyans*; Stockwell II vs.
winner of Stockwell III-Jordan
IX*; Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Stock-
well XIII*; Winner of Delta Gam-
ma I-Kappa Kappa Gamma III
vs. winner of Pi Beta Phi I-Zeta
Tau Alpha*; Adelia Cheever vs.
Alpha Phi*.
At 5:10 p.m. Thursday - Chi
Omega I vs. Angell I*; Stockwell
VII vs. winner of Stockwell XV-
Alpha Omicron Pi III*; Kappa
Kappa Gamma I vs. Hinsdale I*;
Kappa Delta I vs. Alpha Xi Del-
ta I*; Winner of Newberry II-
Kappa Alpha Theta I vs. Alpha
Delta Pi II*; at 7 p.m. - Jordan
I vs. winner of Sorosis-Alpha Kap-
pa Alpha I*; Stockwell XVII vs.
winner of Delta Delta Delta III-
Chi Omega II*; Winner of Stock-
well VIII-Stockwell XVIII vs. win-
ner of Jordan VI-Palmer House*;
Pi Beta Phi III vs. winner of
Mosher II-Stockwell VI*; Alpha
Delta Pi I vs. Alpha Omicron Pi
At 4:30 p.m. Friday - Softball
Club; Winner of Mosher I-Hollis
House vs. winner of Adelia Cheev-
er-Alpha Phi*; Stockwell XIV vs.
winner of Gamma Phi Beta III-
Kappa Kappa Gamma II*; Win-
ner of Chi Omega I-Angell I vs.
winer of Alpha Delta Pi I-Alpha
Omicron Pi II*; Alpha Chi Omega
I vs. winner of Kappa Delta I-
Alpha Xi Delta I*.

With, voices raised on high,
twenty-six coed choral groups will
participate in the Lantern Night
eliminations tomorrow in the
Hussey Room of the League.
The thirteen winning choruses
will sing in the 37th annual Lan-
tern Night Program Monday, May
15 at Hill Auditorium.
* * *
THE JUDGES will be Mrs.
Elizabeth Straley and Mrs. Lois
Anderson who are instructors in
Music Education and Prof. Philip
The choruses will also be
judged tomorrow for posture.
The winner and second and
third place will be announced
at the Lantern Night program
when the cup will be presented.

partment of Physical Education.
gram includes the awarding of the
sports participation cup.
Last year this cup was pre-
sented to Kappa Kappa Gamma.
The line of march will be head-
ed by the retiring senior officers
including the President of the
League, Marjorie Flint; President
of Assembly, Jo Wilson; President
of Panhellenic, Betty Jo Faulk;
President of WAA, Betsy Bous-
field; Chairman of Women's Ju-
diciary Council, Mary Riggs; and
Chairman of Women's Interview-
ing Committee, Patricia Reed.

Comedy To Be
By Gilbert and


Students who will be enter-
taining their mothers next week-
end will have an opportunity to
round out plans for Mothers Day
by attending one of the perform-
ances of "Iolanthe."
The play, to be presented by
the Gilbert and Sullivan Society,
will be staged at 8:00 p.m. on Fri-
day and Saturday, and at 3 p.m.
on Sunday.
"We have some real talent this
year so the show should be tops,"
said Bill Grady, publicity chair-
man for the society


Those judging posture are Miss
Betty Spears, Miss Ruth Harris,
and Mr. Dennis Rigan who are
members of the faculty of the De-


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