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SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1953 PAGE V~VE

International Center To Hold Ball Residences
_*To Exchange

AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS TO BE GIVEN:
Coeds To Accept Offices at Installation Night

Carl Bonner
To Provide
Dance Music
Near the end of the semester's
social schedule will be the eleventh
annual International Ball, to be
held from 9 p.m. to midnight Fri-
day, May 15 in the Union Ball-z
room.
Sponsored by the International
Center, the all-campus affair will
feature Carl Bonner and the Bon-
Aires.
Reputed to "provide the Contin-
ental air you are seeking," Bon-
ner's, orchestra has played at
Monte Carlo on the French Ri-
viera, Cannes, Nice, Latin America
and India, as well as in this coun-
try.
A nine-piece group featuring
two pianos and an unusual number
of strings, the orchestra includes
three violinists who are also mem-
bers of the Detroit Symphony.
Carrying out the cosmopolitan
theme of the dance, Bonner and
his orchestra will feature the "lan-
guage and music from five contin-
ents." Playing selections ranging
from Latin American to contem-
porary "hits," vocalist Riz Palmer
* is included in the group.
Intermission entertainment will
feature performances by nationalr
groups in a floorshow, which com-
mittee members promise will be
very colorful. Acting as Master
of Ceremonies will be George Zo-
tiades.
Tickets, at $3.00 per couple, are
available at the International Cen-
ter and from executive members
of the International Students As-
sociation. They will also be sold
at the door on the evening of the
dance.
Profits from the annual dance
will go to the International Stud-
ents Emergency Fund.
AANotices)
This week's schedule of games in
the WAA softball tournament is as
follows:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well I vs. Sororsis I*; Cheever I vs.
Barbour I*.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Klein-
steck II vs. Alpha Chi Omega I*; ,
Tlpha Gamma Delta I vs. New-
berry II*; At 7:10 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega III vs. Palmer I*; Prescott
II vs. Alpha Xi Delta; Angell I vs.
Alpha Omicron Pi I*.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Jordan IV;
Kleonsteck I vs. Delta Gamma*;
Alpha Epsilon Phi I vs. Barbcur
II*; Kappa Kappa Gamma II vs.
Delta Delta Delta*; At 7:10 p.m.-
Mosher II vs. Prescott I*; Chil
Omega II vs. Stockwell IV*; Mar-
tha Cook I vs. Mosher I*.
Thursday at 5:10-Alpha Delta
Pi I vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma I*;
Jordan I vs. Alpha ChiOmega II*;'
Alpha Delta Pi II vs. Kappa Delta
I*; At 7 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta I vs.
Stockwell III*; Hinsdale I vs.'
Vaughn II*; Pi Beta Phi I vs.
Couzens II*; Jordan III* vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma III*.
* Teams responsible for bases.

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Dinner Dates
Meal Arrangements
To Be Made Weekly l
Through Co-ordinators
Men in the quadrangles and
women in the dormitories will be-
gin a new system Thursday for
exchanging meals without the
double expense of buying meal
tickets.
Two meals every week will be
included in the plan-the Thurs-
day and Sunday dinners will be
available for couples who want
dinner dates.
* * *
ARRANGEMENTS for the date
must be made through a co-ord-
inator in each house. Both the
man and woman must sign a regis-
tration book in his or her house
before Wednesday noon for Thurs-
day dinner and Friday noon for
the Sunday afternoon meal.
If the couple is eating at the
coed's dorm, she should pick up
the guest ticket. On the other
hand, if they are planning on
eating at a quad, the man as
host will be responsible for pick-
ing up the ticket before the
deadline date.
Couples are asked to make
their date well in advance.
There must be an even exchange
between each dorm for each din-
ner, so there will always be an
even balance of i1ates. The pur-
pose of this rule is to maintain a

Months of petitioning and in-
terviewing will come to an end at
7 p.m. tomorrow night when wom-
en from all over campus gather
to hear the names of next year's
officers announced during Instal-
lation Night ceremonies in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Each year the feminine element
on campus invades Rackham for
the installation of newly appointed
women officers in campus organi-
zations.
COEDS usually attend in a
group with their housing unit and
signs are placed throughout the
hall to indicate where each group
will sit and cheer for house mem-
bers and friends.
An atmosphere of excitement
and anticipation fills the air as
women's positions, including
those in the League, Panhellenic,
Assembly and WAA are an-
nounced.
Positions in the League include
executive offices, committee chair-
men, orientation leaders and the
central committees of Sophomore
Cabaret and Junior Girls' Play.
AS NEW members of the League
Council are announced, they re-
ceive roses and take the seats of
old members on the stage of the
Lecture Hall.
Woien's positions on the
'Ensian and Gargoyle will also
be announced during the event,
but appointments of women on
the Daily will not be revealed
until later.
In addition to announcement of
positions, several awards and
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scholarships are made during the
night.
* * *
ALPHA Lambda Delta, honorary
for freshmen women, will present.
awards to women who have main-
tained a 3.5 average throughout
their college years.
Scroll, honorary for affiliated
women, will tap new members
and will also make scholarship
awards at this time.
Dean Deborah Bacon will pre-

sent the Ethel McCormick schol-
arship; to an outstanding junior1
woman, and pins will be presented
to retiring members of the League
Council by Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League.
FOLLOWING the program,
there will be a reception in the
Rumpus Room of the League in
order that women may meet old
and new officers of campus
groups.
Among patronesses invited

to attend the event are Mrs.
Harlan Hatcher, Dean Elsie Ful-
ler and Dean Sarah Healy.
Also receiving invitations to the
event are Dean Bacon, Miss Mc-
Cormick who will present awards,
and members of the Board of
Governors of the Michigan League.
Miss Marie Hartwig and Dr.
Margaret Bell of the women's
physical education department,
have also been invited to attend
the ceremonies.

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CARL BONNER
Carnival, Hawaiian Movies
Will Be Presented Tonight

Hillel Carnival .,. .
Highlighting an all-day celebra-
tion commemorating the inde-
pendence of the State of Israel, a
carnival will be held from 7 to<
10:30 p.m. tonight in the Hillel
building.
Hamster roulette, sponge thiow-
ing, "Shave a Balloon," "Get the
Balls intothe Holes," and dart
throwing are among the booths'
that will be featured at the affair.
"Douse the Dolly," ring toss,
roulette, "Sho"t Out the Can-
dles," and three refreshment
booths will also be entered by
the 12 organizations participat-
ing in the event.
These groups include Alice Lloyd
Hall, East Quad, Stockwell Hall,
Mosher Dormitory, Pi Lambda
Phi, Sigma Alpha Mu, and Zeta
Beta Tau.
Prizes will be awarded at all
booths and several prizes will be
given away during the night.
Paul MacDonough's orchestray
will furnish music for those who
wish to dance, and William Gay-
man, tenor from Detroit, will sing
Israeli songs during intermission.
The formal part of the pro-
gram will take place at 3 p.m.
today at the Hillel building.
After a welcome by Rabbi Her-
chel Lyman, Prof. Preston Slosson
of the history department; Yoel
Arnon, program chairman; and
Gred Kapetansky, president of the
Hillel Student Council, will speak.
There will also be an exhibition
of Israeli dancing and the presen-
tation of a skit dealing with Isra-
eli independence.
The entire campus is invited to
attend and there will be no gen-
eral admission charge.

Hawaiian Movies. . .

Orchid Leis will set a tropical balance in the residence hall ac-
atmosphere at the showing of counting system.
sound movies at 3:30 p.m. today * *
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All students who plan to attend
summer school in Hawaii and
those interested in learning more
about the Islands are invited to
attend the showing of these flims.
This year over 20 University
students plan to migrate to the
mid-Pacific Islands to earn col-
lege credits.
The University of Hawaii has
five colleges: Teacher's, Arts and
Sciences, Applied Sciences, Agri-
culture, and Business Adminis-
tration.
It is on the accredited list of
the U.S. Office of Education and
the curriculuym is similiar to that
of universities on the maibland.
Special courses are available
that are peculiar to the tropical
setting such as Volcanology, Race
Relations, Flower and Tree Iden-
tification, and several activity
courses including Hula Dancing,
Swimming and Weaving.
The total cost of the summer
excursion for "U" students will
1"e approximately $800 including
air transportation to the coast,
a 24 hour visit in San 1Francisco,
round trip tourist travel to lon-
olulu, accommodations for seven
weeks in Hawaii and a return
trip by way of Los Angeles with
a tour through one of the movie
studios.
The coeds live at modern Wilcox
Hall which offers complete service
to its occupants.
For more information concern-
ing summer school at the Univer-
sity of Hawaii call Mrs. Mae Ufer,
31813 or Mrs. Netting, 22443.

charge of seeing,that there is an
even exchange. If two coeds in
Stockwell sign up and three men
in South Quad want to exchange
with them, the first two men sign-
ed up will go, but the third man's
guest ticket will not be approved.
The purpose of the new system
is to make it easier for individ-
uals to have dinner dates with-
out having to buy meal tickets.
The plan will not take the place
of group exchange dinners ar-
ranged by the social chairmen
in the dorms and quads.
Tom Bleha and Norm Zilber
are co-chairmen in charge of the
new plan.
Co-ordinators in the houses are
Art Rooks, South Quadrangle;
Don Fairbairn, West Quad; Marlen
Niemi, Mosher; Grace Cool, New-
berry; Winnie Saar, Jordan; Kay
Baker, Victor Vaughn; Carol
Kaufman, Betsy Barbour; Donna
Chapin, Stockwell, and Marijane
Potter, Alice Lloyd.
East Quadrangle and Martha
Cook Building will not be in the
plan.
Tyler House
Upon recommendation of the
women's House Presidents
Council, Associate Dean Elsie
Fuller announced that 25 coeds
will be selected to live in Tyler
House, East Quad next year to
aid in its organization as an
undergraduate house. Those
who wish to be considered for
residence in Tyler House should
make an appointment with Mrs.
Fuller this week.

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