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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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IFC To Hold
Annual Dance
At IMBuilding
Fraternities To Stage
'Pirates' Treasure'
For All-Campus Ball
Treasure chests, pirates, old rum
bottles and palm trees will set the
scene for this year's Interfrater-
nity Council Ball to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, May 27,
in the Intramural Building.
'Pirate Treasure' is the chosen
theme for the all-campus formal
dance, Don White, chairman of
decorations announced today.
THE FOCUS of attention will be
a huge, three dimensional island
set off the west wall of the IM
building. Palm trees, fish nets and
other items symbolic of the old
pirating days will cover the island.
Around the walls of the build-
ing, where the blue drapes that
are used to cover the girders
won't cover, will be paintings of
treasure chests, fierce pirates
and liquor bottles, significant of
the old song, 'Fifteen men on a
dead man's chest, yo ho ho and
a bottle of rum'.
From the center ceiling the tra-
ditional rotating chandelier will
throw colored lights across the
walls and ceilings of the building.
* * *
THE BAND STAND, which will
hold Ralph Flanagan and his or-
chestra, will be set in the middle
of the north side with a painting
of a pirate scene backing it.
Fraterhities having booths will
have their Greek letters attach-
ed to the blue drapes above the
booth. There are about 14 booths
planned.
The programs will carry out the
pirate theme and will be in the
shape of a gold coin.
According to Eli Schoenfield,
chairman of ticket committee, the
house treasurer of each fraternity
house has tickets for members of
the house.
Members may sign up this week
for tickets which will be recalled
this weekend in readiness for pub-
lic sale, the date of which will be
announced later.
Co-chairmen of the dance are
John Messer and Sam Deyo. Head
of publicity is Rusty Carlisle.
Chairman of the band committee
is Sandy Robertson; buildings and
grounds, Jack Snyder; booths,
Jack Ray; programs and patrons,
Dick Tinker.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

East Quad Ball
Slated by Men
Theme for Dance Set
As 'Journey in Space'
East Quad men will present
their sixth annual ball from 9 p.m.
to midnight Saturday in the din-
ing rooms of the East Quadrangle.
Ken Norman and his band and
the Paul McDonough Quintette
will be playing for the formal
dance which will follow the theme
"Journey in Space."
Lighting effects and various
decorations will help to carry out
the theme. Each of the rooms will
be decorated as scenes from dif-
ferent planets, and couples will
enter a 32-foot rocket to travel to
the next "planet."
Last year's dance followed a
"Deep Venture" theme and the
decorations depicted an underwa-
ter scene, a gold mine and a lime-
stone cavern.
The main lounges were turned
into a bathosphere and a mine
shaft cave in order to carry out
the underground theme.
Paul McDonough appeared at
last year's dance also, where he
provided a continuum of piano en-
tertainment in the "tavern" where
refreshments were served.

Dance Planned at Open House
By Board of Representatives

As an added feature of the
League Open House which will be
held from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday,
the Board of Representatives plans

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SCROLL-Scroll will have its
initiation at 5 p.m. today in the
League Chapel. After the initia-
tion there will be a dinner.
* * *
SONG LEADERS - A meeting
for all Lantern Night songleaders
will be held at 5 p.m. today in
WAB. Drawings for times for
elimination tryouts will be held,
* * *
BOARD OF REPRESENTA-
TIVES-Members of the Board of
Representatives will meet at 4:30
p.m. today in the League. A dis-
cussion of women's hours and their
possible revision will take place.
* * *
UNION BRIDGE - The weekly
Union bridge tournament will be
held at 7:30 tonight in Rm. 3B of
the Union. Coeds should request
late permission from their house-
mothers.

to sponsor a dance in the League
Ballroom.
Music for the dance will be pro-
vided by Gerald Strauch's combo
in the style of Nat King Cole and
George Shearing. The dance will
be going on during the whole time
of the open house.
At various times during the
dancing scenes from Junior Girls'
Play and both Maize and Blue
shows of Frosh Weekend will be
presented.
The committee in charge of the
dance itself is Bobbie Hototsky,
chairman and Buleau Markhur.
In addition to the dance a fash-
ion show will begin at 1:15 p.m.
in the Vandenberg Room and sec-
ond floor lounge. Each model is to
represent an independent resi-
dence on the campus, the larger
dormitories having two models.
Another display is featuring
photos of the new women's pool.
TV will be available in the rum-
pus room and refreshments will
be served in the Round-Up Room.
.All offices in the League will be
open for inspection at this time
and former officers of the League,
as well as the newly elected offi-
cers, will act as hostesses.

Women Voters
Elect Officers
At an organizational meeting,
a slate of officers was elected for
the University branch of the
League of Women Voters.
Selected as president was Jane
Burdiett; vice president, Marie
Abendroth; secretary, Jane Ditto;
treasurer, Arvene Kimmel and
directors, Betty Brown, Pat Mal-
lett and Audry Murphy.
A program which will consist of
a study of the government of the
University was also agreed upon.
the Ann Arbor League of Voters,
Honorary Society
Elects Officers
Alpha Lambda Delta, national
freshman women's honorary so-
ciety, held its annual initiation
Sunday morning in the League.
Dean of Women Deborah Ba-
con spoke to the women initiated
and a breakfast was held in their
honor.
Officers elected for the coming
year are: Miriam Buck, president;
Lois Klein, vice-president; Donna
Hoffman, secretary and Sue Beebe,
treasurer.

-Daily-Alan Reid
SLAVES TO THE SLIDE RULE-Allen Herrmann and Erle Kauffman are toting the big ruler to a
secret destination so scheming barristers won't be able to steal it for Crease Ball. The huge mechani-
cal instrument will be one of the decoration features at Slide Rule Ball from 9 to 1 a.m. on Friday
in the Union Ballroom. The annual all-campus dance is sponsored by campus engineers..

South Quad, Lawyers Plan
a
Annual Dances for Weekend
* * * * ***

South Quad Ball
A multi-colored mist fountain
will highlight the "Artistry in Ab-
stract" theme to prevail at the
South Quad semi-formal which
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, May 10.
Upon entering the Quadrangle,
couples will encounter the foun-
tain whose mystical effect will be
achieved by a special recipe of
dry ice and other ingredients plus
multicolored lighting.
Men may take their dates to
the candlelit Club 600 where a trio
will be entertaining the guests.
In the main lounge will be enter-
tainment by Hal Singer, who is
returning to the Quad by popular
demand. Singer's music will be
broadcast from the lounge over
WHRV during the evening.
In the main dining rooms, the
orchestra of Fred Netting, featur-
ing Judy Claire as vocalist will
play for the dancers.
Since late permission has been
granted for the dance, "Artistry
in Abstract" will feature dancing
in the main dining rooms from 9
to midnight then for the remain-
ing hour will adjourn to, Club 600.
Tickets are priced at $2.50 per,
couple and- are available to the
campus. They may be obtained at
the Quadrangle.

Crease Ball
Relics from the Middle East
will set the scene when the sup-
posedly-studious lawyers stage
their annual Crease Ball Friday
from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the
League Ballroom.
The decorations for this year's
formal, "Old Fossils," were gra-
ciously made passible by the
Chancellor of the Barristers, Sam
Massie, who, on an exploratory
expedition last summer, discovered
a complete skeleton of the extinct
brontosaurus.
Having stored this sixty-five
foot species in his room, Massie
has now reluctantly agreed to let
it grace the setting of Crease Ball.
A bone from this mammal skeleton
will be offered as favors to each
couple attending the Crease Ball.
Besides fossils, other souvenirs
will be given at the dance, which
features the music of Gene Pear-
son and his orchestra. Among
these are copies of "The Michigan
Raw Review."
Dating back to 1926, "The
Michigan Raw Review" was start-
ed by several disgruntled tryouts
for "The Michigan Law Review"
as a competing publication.
Under a consistent tradition of
brilliant editorship, the Raw Re-
view has risen to the forefront
of legal publications.
Election to the editorial staff of
The Raw Review is one of the
highest honors which can be con-
ferred on a law student. In order
to be considered for the position,
the student must have completed,
with high distinction, a two-year
training period as a member of
the Michigan Law Review.
This year's co-editors are Joe
Stevens and Neil Lombardi.

Names Given
For Soph Cab,
JGP Positions
Officers of Sophomore Cabaret
and Junior Girls Play, whose
names were omitted last night,
were announced at Installation
Night which took place Monday
evening at Rackham.
Sophomore Cabaret
The officers of Sophomore Cab-
aret are: chairman, Jill Coleman,
assistant, Janet Wolk; secretary,
Janet Reinstein; assistant, Joyce
Leonard; treasurer, Lucy Landers;
assistant, Kathleen Mooney; deco-
rations, Mary Mullins; assistant,
Rosemarie Safron; hostess, Mari-
lyn Martin; programs, Judy Sea-
born; publicity, Mary Joan Mc-
Cabe; assistants: Nan Gregory,
posters and Dawn Maine, stunts.
Others are: refreshments, Helen
Schwartz; special booths, Enid
Stenn; assistant, Miriam Breck;
tickets, Priscilla Miley; assistant,
Arlys St. Clair; director, Susan
Sharpman; assistant, Dolores Mes-
singer; costumes, Joan Merrill;
assistant, Nan Swinehart; dances,
Joanne Lichty; make-up, Susanne
Watt; assistant, Margaret Spind-
ler; stage manager Dulcie Batsor4
assistant, Nancy Stevens; usher-
ing, Marilyn Limond.
* * *
JGP
Women who will be responsible
for producing next year's Junior
Girls' Play are: chairman, Mary
Hodges; assistant chairman, Jac-
queline Schiff; director, Sue Shaf-
ter; assistant, Catherine Wilson;
secretary, Iris Pumroy; treasurer,
Margaret Carter; costumes, Jackie
Shields; assistant costumes, Helen
Jones; dance, Lucy Jane Lindsay;
assistant dance,TJoan Klunpell;
make-up, Gay Thurston; music,
Mary Ann Harrigan; composer,
Joan St. Denis; programs, Joyce
Ann Clements; properties, Teri
Youngman; publicity, Beatrice
Johnson; Daily publicity, Carolyn
Call; posters, Sue Martin; stunts,
Miriam Blau; scenery, Lynn Rob-
bins; script, Jane Thompson;
stage, Georgia Shambes; assis-
tant stage, Mary Ann Chacarastos;
tickets, Carolyn Swarthout; and
ushers, Cynthia Hendrian.

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