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International Center To Sponsor Ball at Union



Highlighting this year's Inter-
national Ball which will be held
from Q p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May
18 in the Union Ballroom, Avill be
an intermission entertainment pro-
The program will consist of en-
tertainment contributions from
students from a variety of foreign
dance by Maria Defendini, a pan-
tomine by Dick DeSwarte, and
a "Tinkling Dance" by a group of
nipino students.
Also included in the program
is a Japanese dance by Michi
Ota, a Hawaiian hula by Liz
Nekaida, two Greek folk dances,
"Hasapikos" and "Sirtos," by a
group of Greek students, and
one guest act.
Naeem Gul will be master of
ceremonies and will conduct a
French sale.
THE DANCE, which is the ninth
annual International Ball on cam-

. da, native Hawaiian, will be fea-
tured at the International Ball
in some of her island dances.
* * *
pus, will be based on an Inter-
national theme.
Entering the ballroom through
a large globe representing the
united world, couples will dance
to the music of Puncho and his
South American orchestra, who,
in addition to Latin American

music, will also play many fox-
trots and American favorites.
The walls of the main ballroom
will be decorated with the colors,
flags and emblems representing
seventy-three regions of the world.
DISPLAYS from various foreign
countries will decorate the walls
of the Terrace Room.
The dance is to be semi-
formal and national dress with
proceeds going to. the Foreign
Student Emergency Relief Fund
which gives financial aid to for-
eign students studying at the
General chairman of the ball is
George B. Zotiades. Mary Lubin-
sky is in charge of publicity and
Bessie Rotsted is decorations chair-
* * * .
KAY CURRAN is in charge of
tickets: program chairman, Naeem
Gul; finance chairman, Chester
Myslicky; Mary Austin, secretary;
Terry Schweininger, chairman of
the orchestra committee; and
Marnie Follinger is in charge of
Tickets are $3.60. per couple
and may be purchased at the
International Center, Union,
League, Administration Build-
ing and later on the Diag.
Last year the international Stu-
dents' Association initiated the
date bureau in an attempt to "defy
the overpowering ratio of men to
women on this campus."
Officials' Club
The first meeting of the soft-
ball season will be at 5 p.m.
Wednesday at the WAB. All
coeds interested in obtaining
an official's rating in softball
are invited to join the club.
Student officials are urgently
needed for officiating in the
intramural touiinament and will
be paid for their work after ob-
taining their ratings.

NEW WOMEN'S STAFF EDITORS-Janice James (left) and Jo
Ketelhut (right) were appointed yesterday to the top positions on
the Women's Staff of The Daily. Miss James has been named
Women's Editor and Miss Ketelhut, Associate Women's Editor.
Both are juniors in the literary college and are majoring in
Greenwich Village Party Set
ToMus byAlpha Rho Chis

Crease Ball Revives
Engineering Rivalry
Lawyers will stage their biggest
dance of the year, Crease Ball,
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday in
the League Ballroom.
Couples attending the dance will
receive copies of the Raw Review,
a humorous satire on the Michi-
gan Law Review in which profes-
sors give their views on cases and
procedures. The Raw Review will
contain humorous articles about
law students and professors.
Crease Ball received its name
from Old England times when
common law was popular and law-
yers, then called barristers, were
forced to struggle for a living.
With near-empty pockets, men
of law walked the streets in torn,
unkept clothes. Noticeably lack-
ing was a crease in their trousers.
Tickets for Crease Ball will go
on sale today and may be pur-
chased from members of the Bar-
risters, an honorary law society
which is sponsoring the dance.
Tickets will also be sold in Hutch-
ins Hall.
Chairman of the dance is A. N.
DelPesco. Committee members are
Joseph Stevens, tickets; Warren
Elliott, orchestra; Bert Bates,
decorations and Harry Pincus,
publicity. The Raw Review editors
are Lyle Long and Don Leavitt.

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Presenting "Opus 51."
That was the Alpha Rho Chi
musical theme this weekend, and
featured on the program were
classical music, popular music,
jazz and folk tunes.
The fraternity house, as well
as the people who came to the
party, were dressed in "musical
.and motifs set the background
for the classical musical mood in
the dancing room. Pictorial rep-
resentations of operas, concertos
and sonatas added to the "high-
brow" atmosphere.
For the "cats," the jazz room
was a favorite. Cut-out musical
notes and instruments were
hung around the walls and
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jazz highlighted the decorations.
A surrealistic impression of a
piano was built by the members
of the fraternity for more "jazz-
* * *
REPRESENTING folk music,
pictures of cowboys turned the
dining room into the "wild, wooly
Couples attending the dance
could take a quick trip to Africa
or the Caribbean. The library
was decorated to carry out Af-
rico-Cuban music theme. A huge
cardboard native guarded the
From beginning to end, the
event was built around music.
Those attending the dance came
in costumes representing song tit-
les. "Buttons and Bows" and
"Blue Champagne" were repre-
sentative of the outfits.
* * *
BOB KLINE and his orchestra
played for the dance Friday iight,
and Jim Sevis's musicians were
on hand last night.
"Opus 51" was this year's pre-
sentation of the annual Green-
wich Village party.
For a great many years, no one
at the fraternity is sure exactly
how long, this has been an annual
event at the Alpha Rho Chi house.
Known as the Greenwich Village
party, each year it has a different
theme. Last year it was "Arabian
The party is the biggest of the
fraternity year for Alpha Rho
Chi's. All members go to work
creating party decorations, inside
and outside of the house, and also
making costumes.
Red Cross To Sponsor
Home-Nursing Course
A Red Cross home-nursing
course, given in co-operation with
the Michigan League, will hold its
first session Wednesday, May 2.
Class will meet from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. in the old University
Maternity Hospital, 1135 E. Cath-
erine. All those interested in en-
rolling may do so by signing up
in the Undergraduate Office of
the League.
The make-up that makes the
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softball tournament is in its sec- -
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Scheduled games are as follows:
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