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FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ball Will Present Flanagan

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Annual Dance
Will Feature
Pirate Theme
Pirates, treasure chests and des-
ert islands will furnish the back-
ground for the music of Ralph
Flanagan and his orchestra when
they take the bandstand from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow night for
the annual Interfraternity Council
Dance, to be held in the Intra-
mural Building.
IFC Ball Committee has been
working on the dance for about
two months, although the band
was contracted long before that.
The theme of the dance, which
is "Pirates' Treasure," will be car-
ried out through the ballroom by
paintings of pirates, liquor bot-
tles, treasure chests and palm
trees-everything symbolic of the
old pirate days.
q Jutting out off the west wall
of the IM Building will be a three
dimensional island, complete with
grass, palm trees and tangled fish
nets.
The bandstand will be in the
center of the north wall, backed
by a huge pirate scene suspended
above it. On either side of the
band and on the south wall as
well, will be hung'traditional blue
drapes.
At the ends of the building,
more pirate scenes will be de-
picted.
Thirty fraternities will be repre-
sented by 16 booths which occupy
a prominent place at J-Hop and
IFC Ball. The Greek letters of
the houses will be suspended from
the drapes above the respective
booths.
Programs will be in the shape
of gold coins with a pirate's head
on the front and gold tassles
S hanging from them.
Throughout the dance, refresh-
ments will be served and a stand
for pictures will be set up.
Tickets are still on sale in the
Administration Building and on
the Diag.
The fraternity ticket trophy,
offered to the house , with the
highest percentage of ticket sales
within the fraternity, has been
awarded to Tau Delta Phi with a
total of 93% of the house. The
award is a gold cup offered by a
local jewelry store.
Flanagan and his band have
become well-known all over the
country in the last few years for
their "danceable" music.

-Daily-Matty Kessler
THE VICTORS-Winning the annual Interfraternity Council Sang last night for the second year in
a row were the members of Delta Tau Delta. The Delts copped first place with their rendition of a
medley of songs entitled, "The Love Story." In a tie for second place were Phi Gamma Delta and
Phi Delta Theta, singing "Laudamus Te" and "Song of Joy" respectively. Seven other fraternities,
Theta Xi, Kappa Alpha Psi, Chi Psi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi
Kappa Tau were also entered in the competition.
EXECUTIVES' CHANCE:
CoedsTo Fill Summer Council Positions

League Positions
Petitioning for summer school
League positions is open until 5
p.m. today, at which time peti-
tions are due in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the Women's League.
Summer school council is al-
most entirely a social set-up, Ju-
diciary being the only exception
which carries over its duties of the
regular school term.
Council, being quite small dur-
ing the summer with predomi-
nately social functions to per-
form, is, consequently, more close-
ly knit. The president, chief co-
ordinator, also helps the chair-
men. This cooperative atmosphere
exists throughout the Council.

The League usually sponsors
bridge games and free Friday
night dances during the summer
session. However, a "free reign"
exists in the social field and the
League hopes to attempt new ac-
tivities.
The summer events will be high-
lighted by the annual Beach Ball
which is held in the League ball-
room. The entire council will par-
ticipate in the dance's prepara-
tions.
Openings to be filled for Coun-
cil this summer arempresident,
chairman and two members of
Judiciary, social chairman, dance
class chairman, publicity chair-
man and Round-Up Room chair-
man.
Women from all classes are eli-
gible to petition for any position.
Judiciary Council
Women who are interested in'
working on the new judiciary body
for league houses are invited to a
tea at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
League.
At the regular house presidents
meeting at that time, the new
council will be explained.
Women living in league houses,
or who expect to live there next
year are urged to attend, because
two offices, secretary of the body
and a member-at-large, will be
filled this year.
Any additional information may
be obtained in the League Under-
graduate Office from Nan Stas-
sen, who will be chairman of
next year's league house judiciary

council. There will be a sign-up
sheet in the office.
The judiciary body is to be com-
posed o f chairman, secretary,
member-at-large, and one repre-
sentative from each of the 16 lea-
gue houses. This latter office will
run for four weeks, and then an
alternate representative will serve
a four week term.
All the dormitory and the new
league house judiciaries are under
the jurisdiction of women's judi-
ciary council.
Visiting Director
To Speak Tonight
At Final Service
Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director
of the Hillel Foundation at Ohio
State University, will be guest
speaker at Hillel's final Friday
night service at 7:45 p.m. tonight
at the new building, 1429 Hill
Street.
Rabbi Kaplan, who is. also the
regional director of the mid-West
Hillel Foundations, will speak on
a topic pertinent to college stu-
dents today.
Following the service, an in-
spection tour of the building will
be held. The building, which is
nearing completion, will be closed
during the summer. When it re-
opens in the fall, it will be com-
pletely furnished.
Formal dedication of the build-
ing will occur in late September.
An open house for entering
freshmen will be held during ori-
entation week.

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