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THE MICHIGAN DAILY rA

-HGTy James
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for May-11

Heaven, Hell Theme
Will Furnish Mood
Amid a spiritual atmosphere,
the annual IFC Ball will be pre-
4 sented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day, May 11, at the IM Building.
Heaven and Hell will set the
theme for the dance, and the idea
will be carried out in the "angelic"
and "devilish" decorations.
One side of the room will rep-
resent Heaven, complete with mov-
ing clouds and angels. Fire, brim-
stone and bearded devils will dom-
inate "Hell."
Programs for the dance will be
designed with a devil, an angel
and the IFC key on the cover.
According to tradition, there will
be booths set up for the fraterni-
ties, but this year they will be'
built by an IFC committee, rather
than by fraternity men.
In the past the booths were
built on a competitive basis, prizes
being given for the three best.
The dance is open to all stu-
dents, and there will be a booth
for independent men.
Originally IFC Ball was for af-
S liated men only, but in 1946 when
annual Fraternity Week was re-
newed at the end of the war, it
was decided to make it an all-cam-
pus dance.
The Ball will climax the frater-
nity activities of this year.
Softball Club-The organiza-
tional meeting of the club will be
held at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
Women's Athletic Building. All in-
terested coeds are welcome to at-
tend. Plans will be made for the
spring progranM.
Camp Counselor's Club-Mem-
bers will have a supper meeting at
6 p.m. Tuesday in the Main Lounge
at the WAB. Food will be cooked
over a fire in the fireplace. Nance
Fitch, club manager, asks that
members remember to bring the
dues which are to cover the cost of.
the food. She also requests that
any member who cannot be pres-
ent notify her:
Alpha Lambda Delta-Freshman
women whose names did not ap-
pear in yesterday's list of coeds eli-
gible for membership in Alpha
Lambda Delta, but who think they
might qualify may inquire from 3
to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in
the League lobby.

:Famous Horn
I
Will Be Heard
Orchestra To Feature
Swing, Sweet Music
"The man with the horn .."
That's Harry James.
Acclaimed as one of the top
musicians in the country, James is
well-known for his versatility of
style. Primarily featured as a
swing band, his Music Makers are,
however, equally adept at rending
the sweet, smooth music.
Like many musicians, James has
had a life filled with music. He
was brought up in a circus, where
at an early age he learned to
play the -trumpet in the band.
Winning a state musical con-
test while in his teens, he decided
to make music his career. He
played with several small bands
and was finally signed by Benny
Goodman to play in his orchestra.
James stayed with Goodman for
three years, and then decided that
he would begin his own band. He
got his orchestra together, and
the Music Makers were born.
It was through their recording
of "A Sinner Kissed an Angel"
that the orchestra began to catch
the nation's spotlight, and with
subsequent recordings their popu-
larity increased until they have
become one of the leading bands
in the country.
Household Hint

Students Plan
Sunday Night
Entertainment
Union Fun. . .
Students afflicted with study
boredom, may relieve their troubles
at thb Sunday evening entertain-
ment program scheduled from 7:30
to 10:30 p.m. today at the Union.
Cards will be available for bridge
and canasta games, and there will
be record dancing.
Refreshments will be served, and
there will be no admission charge.
Jam Session .
Members of the Hot Record So-
ciety will hold a "Live Jam Ses-
sion" from 8:15 to 11 p.m. today in
the League.
Open to the campus, the session
will feature the two campus com-
bos of Carlton Ryding and Bob
Leopold. Those attending the ses-
sion may "sit in with the bands" if
they choose.
There will be no admission
charge, and the room number will
be posted in the League.
* * *
Wyvern Concert . . .
Wyvern will sponsor a concert
hour from 7 to 9 p.m. today on the
second floor of the League.
Works being currently studied in
the music literature classes will be
played.
This music session is open to all
interested persons.
* * *
Deacon Club . .
With the focus on "Contempor-
ary Ireland," the Deacon Club of
the International Center will spon-
sor a program at 7:30 p.m.this
evening.
Dr. Albert Logan will present a
talk and slides on the subject of
Ireland.
"Refreshments will be served,"
said Miss Kahleen Curran, presi-
dent of the Deacon Club, "and the
public may attend."

Martha Cook women will treat
70 faculty members and their
wives to popcorn, peanuts and pink
lemonade at a circus party this
afternoon.
Guests will be greeted at the
door by coeds dressed in circus
garb. Lemonade and animal crack-
ers will be served before dinner.
Miniature merry-go-rounds, bal-
loons and flag placecards will dec-
orate the dining room.

UNDER THE BIG TOP:
Martha Cook Honors Faculty with Festivities'

Dessert of ice cream bars, pop-
corn and peanuts will be served
from booths in the hall after din-
ner.
A skit will carry out the "big-
top" atmosphere, while books and
polished apples will be on display
to keep students and faculty mem-
bers alike from becoming so en-'
grossed in the" circus that they
forget they have Monday classes.
The event, held in place of the

annual spring tea, is an innoftti
in Martha Cook's tradition.
Ruth Six is chairman of "t6
greatest-show on earth." Aaist---
her are Joan Buth, Betty Kenncdy.
Barbara Miller, Nancy Xoddick
and Marie Kritschgau.
In charge of the skit are. 4a"
Striefling and Gloria Knoos
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THEY'RE MOVING:
Ground To Be Broken Today
For New Chi Omega House

Chi Omegas will celebrate the
building of their new house at a
ground-breaking ceremony at 2
p.m. today.
Katherine Geigenmueller and
Yvonne LeDuc, past and present
presidents of Chi Omega, will turn
the first spadeful of sod for the
proposed house which will be 1-
Yemenite Movie Slated
By IZFA Organization
For Tonight's Meeting
IZFA members will hold a meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. today in the Grand
Rapids room of the League.
A movie "The Great Evacua-
tion," which depicts the 1950 mi-
gration of the Yemenite Jews to
Israel, will be shown.
Palestinian singing and dancing
will follow the movie. The public
is welcome to attend.

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on Washtenaw Ave.
The sorority house will be Co-
lonial-styled and willeaccommo-
date 44 coeds in 'double rooms.
Excavation for the house will
begin this week, and the building
is expected to be completed by
next fall.
Mrs. Lola J. Hanavan, alumnae
financial advisor, will speak at
the ground-breaking ceremony on
"Culmination of a Dream."
Dean Deborah Bacon, Associate
Dean SarahHealy and Ann Arbor
alumnae of Chi Omega have been
invited to attend the ceremony.

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