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International Ball To Feature
Entertainment of Many Lands
With decorations and a floor the united world. In addition, the
ow based on an international -walls of the ballroom and the ter-
neme the Internatlonal Ball will race room wil be decorated with
presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. flags, colors, and emblems from the
day in the Union ballroom. seventy-three regions of the world
which are represented at the In-
Couples will enter the ballroom ternational Center.
rough a large globe representing Pancho and his orchestra, a
South American group, will pro-
vide the musical background for
atm er CourtS this semi-formal and national
dress dance.
Be cThe intermission floor show will
0cene consist of songs and dances from
.all over the world.
)f ennis B al .There will be a Spanish dance
by Maria Defendi; a tinkling dance
by a group of Phillipino students;
'ennis Ball Weekend will open Michi Ota will present a Japanese
ii a dance from9 p.m. to mid- dance; Liz Nekaeda will do a Ha-
;ht today on the Palmer Field waiian Hula and a group of Greek
fnis courts and end with the arb students will present two of their
rty, which will begin at 7:30 national dances.
1. tomorrow. The guest act in the show will be
Music for the informal Tennis a typical Mexican dance by Mag-
l will be provided by Ted dalena Castillo, who is a student
ith's orchestra. Other enter- at Michigan State College.
nment for the evening will in-
de Jimmy Lobaugh as MC and
ene Slack, singer. Part of the Banquet Held
ion Opera cast will also pro-
e entertainment. F) im - i
lntranet' case that it rains and the ByW G lee C l~ub
its are too wet for dancing, the _
ice will be postponed until to-
ce w ill begh t ned h ntir ltar -y W ith the school year drawing to
be cancelled. Students may call a close the Women's Glee Club es-
Union Student Offices at 4 tablished two new traditions at
t. to find out if the dance will be their annual banquet held this
tponed. week.
'ickets for the dance will be sold These new traditions are the1
he diagonal, in the Administra- presentation of keys for service and
L Bldg., in the Union Lobby and the adoption of the yellow rose as1
he dance, the glee club flower. Plain keys
were given to members with two
years of service while the outgoing
League Council officers received jeweled keys.
There will be a League Coun- Miss Alice Russell, alumni sec-1
1 meeting Monday at 5 pm. retary of the League and Misst
the League. The room num- Ethel McCormick, social director ofE
r will be posted, the League were honored guestst
at the banquet.
cost leSs than you think

Judges Select
Lantern Night
From the twenty-five women'
choruses participating in elimina-
tions last night, twelve group
were selected to take part in the
38th annual Lantern Night pro-
gram at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Hil
The survivors of eliminations, in
the order in which they will sing
are Alpha Omicron Pi. Delta Delta
Delta, Delta Gamma, Barbour,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Stockwell
Chi Omega, Newberry, Alpha Xi
Delta, Martha Cook, Kappa Alpha
Theta and Delta Zeta. ,
singing "Velvet Shoes" under the
direction of their song leader
Margaret Donavan, and will be
sponsored by Jordan Hall. Also
on the slate will be Delta Delta
Delta singing a medley of folk
songs. They will be directed by
Patty Joy and sponsored by Alpha
Gamma Delta,
Delta Gamma will be third on
the program with their selection,
"Lift Thine Eyes." Betty Wiles
will direct the singing and the
chorus will be sponsored by
Alpha Chi Omega. Singing aft-
er the Delta Gamma group will
be Barbour, with their selection
"Czechoslovakian Dance Song."
Barbour will sing under the di-
rection of their song leader,
Mirian Broderick, and they will
be sponsored by Pi Beta Phi.
Fifth on the program will be
Kappa Kappa Gamma, singing
"Mood Indigo." Song leader of
the group is Nancy Claar, and
Mosher will serve as sponsors. Car-
lotta Ziegler will lead the Stock-
well chorus singing "I Heard You
Go By." Alpha Delta Pi will spon-
sor this group.
CHI OMEGA will sing "The
Kerry Dance," under the direction
of their leader Margaret Strand,
and they will be sponsored by
Couzens Hall. Next on the pro-
gram will be Newberry singing
"Where The Bee Sucks." The
Newberry group will be under the
direction of Pat Hummer, and
sponsored by Kappa Delta.
Alpha Xi Delta will sing "O
Take Me Back," with Janet Gast
leading the group. Henderson
House and Adelia Cheever will
serve as sponsors for this chorus.
Martha Cook will be next on the
program with their selection,
"Hold On." Their song leader is
Bunny Logan an dtheir sponsor
will be Collegiate Sorosis.
Kappa Alpha Theta, under the
direction of Joa Robinson, will
sing "All The Things You Are."
Their sponsor will be Alpha Phi.
Last on the program will be Delta
Zeta, sponsored by Gamma Phi
Beta. The choral group, directed!
by Marilyn Floridis, will sing "The
Lass With The Delicate Air."

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Pledge formals and picnics will take top place on the list of acti-
s vities scheduled for the weekend.
Cooley House of East Quad will journey to Fritz Park for a picnic
s tomorrow. Along with the picnic lunch will be featured sports and
e singing.
(1 "OLE MAN SUN" and the "ants" will be joined on the Bibicoff
Farm tomorrow when Adams House men of West Quad enjoy their
z last social function of the year. The picnic will feature softball, and
A program of swimming, dancing and sports is also planned by
Lloyd House men and their dates tomorrow.
,i Streamers and spring decorations will set the scene for the Phi
Kappa Tau pledge formal tonight in the Flight room at Willow Run.
Music will be provided by Hugh Jackson's orchestra after the couples
have attended dinners.
The spring formal of Delta Upsilon will also stress flowery decora-
tions as couples dance in a "garden like atmosphere" to the music
of Carleton Ryding tonight.
ORCHIDS FROM HAWAII will be added to the spring setting of
the Delta Tau Delta spring formal at the house tomorrow night.
A maypole from "merry ole England" and a floral theme will de-
corate the house as Acacia men and their dates dance to the music of
Bob Elliot tomorrow night. Featured during intermission will be the
music of the "Midnight Suns."
Alpha Tau Omega will vary from the spring flower theme at their
pledge formal tomorrow night when the scene will be that of a South-
ern Plantation. The "old South" atmosphere will be followed in the
Authentic "characters" from the bowery will drop in at the annual
bowery ball at the Phi Sigma Kappa house tomorrow night. They will
add to the "atmosphere" while couples dance to the music of Bob
THE PAN AMERICAN HIGHWAY will lead up to the Phi Sigma
Delta house tonight to take couples to "Mexico" for their spring for-
mal. Scenes from the picturesque country will be depicted in various
rooms of the house. Outside, the moon will shine over a real fountain
and duck pond when the couples enter and leave the brightly decor-
ated house.
Tomorrow night after a picnic in the afternoon, the Mexican
theme will be carried through for their pledge party. A skit showing
th activities on Judgement day will be presented during the evening.
"Bums and waterfront characters" will attend the annual water-
front party at the Chi Phi house tomorrow night. The "derelicts" will
entertain themselves during the evening in a casino where they will
play dice and gambling games.
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AL STAR will provide the music for Kappa Alpha Theta coeds
and their dates at their pledge formal tonight after dinner.
The "Sammies" will have a full weekend with their pledge formal
planned for tonight in the VFW Hall after dinner at the Union. To-
morrow night they will hold an informal house party to help close the
spring semester's activities before finals.
Flowers and spring decorations will be used about the Theta Xi
house for their spring formal tomorrow night. Johnny Harbard will
play for the dancers.
Chuck Reilly will play for the spring formal at the Theta Delta
Chi house tomorrow night where a "lilac time" theme will enable
couples to dance among a multitude of lilac blossoms.
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THE SIGMA PHI'S will hold their pledge formal at their house
tomorrow night.
A casino party featuring records for dancing, in addition to a
casino-like atmosphere, will be held at the Sigma Pi house tonight.
Alpha Chi Sigma's will hold a record dance tonight as one of
their last activities of the year.
Helen Newberry and Betsy Barbour will hold their annual spring
formals and forget their traditional rivalries tomorrow night. New-
berry will be decorated to depict scenes from Paris in the springtime.
Barbour wil follow a musical theme in her decorations for their "Mood
Indigo." Couples may visit between the two dorms during the evening.


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