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SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1951

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Foreign Lands Will Provide,
Theme for International Ball
intermission Entertainment Will Feature
Dances of Spainp Japan, Hawaii, Greece


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Climaxing International Week,
from May 12 to May 18, will be
the International Ball.
This year's dance, the ninth an-
nual International Ball, will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday,
May 18 in the Union Ballroom.
* * *
CARRYING out the internation-
al theme of the dance, the decora-
tions will be composed of colors,

flags and emblems from 73 regions
of the world.-
On the walls of the Terrace
Room of the Union will be an
international display.


Vary Hairdos
JByL witclles
The "switch" is back-to give
women the comfort and glamour
of several different hair-dos in one.
These false but lovely locks
range in price from under $10 to
well over $100.
* * *
ANCHORED firmly to a short
daytime haircut, a luxurious braid
can give a "queenly" look, or a
soft puff "switch" can add the
elegance of a ballerina.
Hairlike silk comes in a thick,
luxurious-looking braid.
For about $8 a remarkable choice
of twenty-seven different shades
and four styles can be had.
* *
REAL, NATURAL hair in a light
double puff can be worn in a vari-
ety of styles.
Long strands of natural hair
form an intricate chignon. Many
beauty salons will blend a
"switch" to match the color of
a woman's own hair.
To pin on a "switch" Isimply pin
the ends of the hair back at the
point where the false hair is de-
sired to be fastened. Above this
make a knot and cross two bobby
Put a big hairpin through the
loop at the end of the "switch"
and slip this pin between the
crossed ones and the scalp. This
anchors the false hair firmly.
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A stage show during intermis-
sion will feature group and indi-
vidual songs and dances from all
over the world.
* * *
INCLUDED in the program will
be a Spanish dance by Maria De-
fendini, a pantomime by Dick De-
Swarte, a Filipini'group dance, a
Japanese dance by Michi Ota, a
Hawaiian Hula by Liz Nekaeda
and two Greek folk dances.
In addition there will be one
guest act. Naeem Gul will serve
as master - of - ceremonies and
will conduct a French sale.
Proceeds from the dance will
go to the Foreign Students Emer-
gency Relief Fund, which gives
financial aid to foreign students
who are studying at the Univer-
The fund is now depleted and
is depending on this dance to build
it up again.
* * *
THE DANCE is to be semi-for-
mal and national dress.

G ay Raincoats
Chase Gloom
Dusters, Umbrellas
Brighten Wardrobes
Style experts advise coeds that
to avoid the general gloom of
rainy days, they should perk up
their wardrobe with some gay
rain apparel.
Gone are the days of dull, drab
raincoats and unbecoming rain
hats. This season's styles feature
rainwear in bright colors and fab-
rics that can serve for wear on
any day-rain or shine.
FOR THE sophisticated woman,
there are many raincoats made in
the popular duster fashion with
long flowing lines and push-up
s These coats feature the dou-
ble-duty practicalness that is so
popular, for they can serve as a
beautiful coat in any kind of
The fabrics consist primarily of
rayons that are cool as a breeze
and treated to make them wrinkle
and water resistant.

All candidates running for posi-'
tions on the interviewing commit-
tee and executive board of the
League will be honored at a tea
sponsored by the Board of Repre-
sentatives on Tuesday from 4 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. in the Grand Rapids
Room of the League.
The Board of Representatives
is composed of a group of women
who have been elected to repre-
sent all the coeds on campus.
Each women's housing unit i al-
located representation in accord-
National Head

ance with the number of residents
it houses.
* * *
THE MAIN function of the board
is to elect individuals to fill the
interviewing and League execu-
tive officer positions.
A committee composed of Ann
Black, Adrienne Shufro, Nancy
Eichenlaub and Zoe Axelrod de-
vised the election procedure plan
which will be followed this year.
Petitions stating qualifications,
previous experience and aims for
the office were filed by women
who desired positions. These wom-
en were interviewed by the inter-
viewing committee.
ELIMINATIONS began and two
persons were selected for each
office by the interviewing com-
Final election of members will

be done by the Board of Rep-
Allb oard members are asked to
pick up the qualifications of these
individuals Monday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
FORMERLY all candidates were
asked to appear before the board
members before the final decision.
was made. This system proved a
strain on the petitioners and gave
the board no opportunity to be-
come acquainted with the candi-
This year an informal tea is
being given so that members
and candidates may meet one
another in a social atmosphere.
The election will be held at the
board meeting at 4:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the League.
Results of the election will be
announced on Installation Night,
lMonday, May 14.

Tea T0 Honor Candidates for League Posts



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Members of Alpha Omicron Pi
sorority will entertain their na-
tional president, Mrs. Robert F.
Lindrooth, who arrived yesterday
for a week's visit with the group.
Before coming here, Mrs. Lind-
rooth visited the chapter at Mich-
igan State College. She spent yes-

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"The entire campus is invited
to attend," said George Zotiades,
chairman of the ball.
Tickets may be purchased for
$3.60 at the League, Union or Ad-
ministration Building.
Members of the International
Students Association and mem-
bers of the International Ball com-
mittee are also selling tickets.
Phys. Ed. Club Holds
Installation of Officers
Installation of the new officers
for the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club will take place at 2 p.m.
today at WAB.
Lois Middleton was elected pres-
ident of the club. The positions
of vice-presiderpt, secretary and
treasurer will be filled by Barbara
Riley, Marilyn Yarmain and Dor-
othy Rapp .
A short business meeting will
follow the installation of the offi-
cers for next year.

FIRST TICKET-Presenting the first ticket for the International
Ball to President Alexander G. Ruthven is George Zotiades, chair-
man of this year's annual dance. Zotiades dressed in his national
dress to present the ticket to President Ruthven and to invite
him and Mrs. Ruthven to the dance which will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 18 in the Union ballroom.

TO BRIGHTEN a dreary day, terday in Birmingham, Mich., at-
there is a pretty plaid ensemble tending an annual State Day of
on the market that includes a the Great Lakes district chapters
matching raincoat, hat, umbrella of the sorority.
and sling-back rubbers to slip on Following the convention, she
over shoes. arrived in Ann Arborand attend-
One of the most popular items ed a coffee hour at the chapter
of rainwear this season is the house.
plastic raincoat that folds up
into a small package when not Also invited to the event were
in use. the house mothers and presidents
The plastic raincoats now come of all campus residences, the deans
in fashion right colors and in a of all University colleges, alumnae
variety of styles. Many are made of Alpha Omicron Pi and Miss
with full backsthat can be worn Ethel McCormick, Panhellenic ad-
with the flowing lines or belted in visor.
for a pleated effect. Mrs. Lindrooth will be in Ann
A pretty umbrella is a striking Arbor until Friday, and during her
!accent to any cotton dress. Um- visit, plans will be made for the
brellas are now trimed in feminine sorority's bi-anflual convention to
looking ruffles and fashioned in be held at Glenwood Springs, Col.
soft, delicate looking fabrics. These from June 24 tp 30.
umbrellas are specially treated to Alpha Omicron Pi chapters from
make them strong and durable as both the United States and Can-
well as water-resistant. ada will attend the convention.


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Athletic Managers' Meeting-An
emergency meeting of all new and
old athletic managers will be held'
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the Fencing
Room at Barbour Gymnasium to
discuss WAA policies concerning
participation in the future. Elea-
nor Doersam, manager, stresses


II*; Kappa Delta I vs. Sigma Delta
Tau I*; Jordan IV vs. Stockwell
X*; Pi Beta Phi I vs. Alpha Gam-
ma Delta II*; at 7 p.m.-Hollis vs.
Couzens I*; Chi Orega II vs.
Barbour II*; Chi Omega I vs. Jor-
dan III*; Kleinstueck vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I.

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that it is very important that allWednesda3 at 5:10p.m.-Winner
attend. of Kappa Delta II-Stockwell I vs.
* * winner of Stockwell VIII-Alpha
Camp Counselors Club--Mem- Chi Omega I*; Hinsdale I vs. Delta
bers will have a cookout at 5:30 Gamma I*; Alpha Delta Pi I vs.
p.m. Tuesday at the Island. winner of Newberry I-Gamma Phi
* * * Beta I*; at 7 p.m.-Barbour I vs.
winner f 00 Oakland-Stockwell


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Golf Club - Abby Funk, club
manager, asks that members turn
in their scores at the meeting at
5:10 p.m. Tuesday at the WAB.
The meeting will also be an op-
portunity to arrange for golf dates.
Typical Ann Arbor weather has
been responsible for many game
cancellations in the annual WAA
softball tournament.
The schedule for this week is
Tomorrow at 5:19 p.m.-Cheever I
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma II*;
Newberry I vs. Gamma Phi Beta
I*; Kappa Delta II vs. Stockwell
I*; Stockwell VIII vs. Alpha Chi
Omega I*; at 7 p.m.-Hinsdale II
vs. Zeta Tau Alpha I*; Mosher I
vs. Alpha Kappa Alpha I*; Mosher
III vs. Stockwell IX*; 900 Oak-
land vs. Stockwell VI*.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. - Alpha
Epsilon Phi I vs. Delta Delta Delta

VYiflflpr t1 .7f t A rilk tlU71n1ri:211 1
VI*; Newberry If vs. Palmer I
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Winner
of Jordan IV-Stockwell V vs. win-
ner of Pi Beta Phi I-Alpha Gam-
ma Delta II*; Alpha Phi I vs. Kap-
pa Alpha Theta II*; Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. winner of Alpha Epsilon
Phi I-Delta Delta Delta II*; win-
ner of Kappa Delta I-Sigma Delta
Tau I vs. Pi Beta Phi II'; at 7 p.m.
-Mosher II vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma III*; Henderson I vs. Col-
legiate Sorosis I*; Stockwell IV
vs. winner of Hollis-Couzens I*;
winner of Chi Omega II-Barbour
II vs. winner of Mosher III-Stock-
well IX*.
The teams starred are respon-
sible for bases and home plate.
Teams whose games are to be
cancelled, will be notified by 4:30
p.m. the day on which the game
is scheduled.

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