FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Committee To Help
Men Obtain Partners
For International Ball
Plans for International Ball in-
clude all the usual committees:
publicity, floorshow and decora-
tions, but in addition, feature an
unusual twist, a Date Bureau.
Feeling that many foreign men
on campus have not had the op-
portunity to meet other students
and yet would like to attend the
dance, the bureau has been set up
to aid these students in obtaining
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COEDS WHO would like to at-
tend the ball may take advantage
of this service too.
Men, both foreign and Am-
erican, who would like dates for
the event may turn in their
names at the International
Center or at the International
Tea. By having each person fill
out a form with pertinent in-
formation, such as age, height
and nationality, the committee,
under the direction of Connie
Pokela, hopes to match up
The social chairmen of all wo-
men's dormitories and sororities
have been contacted and supplied
with the forms. They will contact
the women in their houses and
then return the information to
the International Center.
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WOMEN interested in a date
for International Ball may thus
contact their house social chair-
man and need not go to the Cen-
Executive members of the In-
ternational Students Associa-
tion will also have the Date Bu-
After receiving enough names,
the committee will begin to match
them up and to notify students of
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COKE DATES will be arranged
first, so that the couple may meet
each other. It is hoped that this
acquaintance will lead to a date
for the dance.
Miss Pokela urges all students
interested in obtaining a date
to go to the International Cen-
ter or contact her at 3-1511,
Ext. 2145, as soon as possible,
for there are only two weeks
until the dance.
Publicized as "one of the most
colorful dances on campus" and
"a friendly semi-formal," Inter-
national Ball will be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 15, in
the Union Ballroom.
Tickets, at $3 per couple, are
available at the International
Center and from executive mem-
bers of the International Students
They will also be on sale at the
Administration Building and at
the Union from 1 to 5 p.m.; be-
ginning May 4.
BAD WEATHER BLASTS:
Houses Slate Weekend Activities
Read and Use Daily Classifieds
IN THE MOOD-Stu Orman, '54, is basking before a sunlamp to
get into a vacation mood for the annual IFC Ball, "Cruise Con-
tinental," slated to embark from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, May
9. Tickets *re available at the Administration Building.
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IFC Adopts Ship Theme;
Panhellenic Will Hold Tea
By SHIRLEY BLOOM
Despite the rainy weather par-
tygoers will forget textbooks for
formals, dinners and picnics this
Phi Kappa Sigma is taking ad-
vantage of the last day in April
to hold their "April in Paris"
pledge formal. The Melodaires
will be on hand to render musical
A talent show including such
acts as popular and Latin Amer-
ican singers, Irish song and
dance numbers, accordian solos
and the Vaughan House Trio is
on the agenda for the Newman
In honor of their new initiates
Alpha Phi Alpha has scheduled a
stag banquet followed by a dance,
while Theta Chi men are looking
forward to dinner and dancing to
the music of Hall Singer at their
spring pledge formal tonight.
"The Arb" will be transplant-
ed to the Zeta Psi House tonight
for their pledge formal. After
dinner of shrimp cocktail and
steak, couples will find them-
selves immersed in an arbore-
Michigan buses will transport
Hinsdale House men and their
dates to Kensington State Park
for a steak roast tomorrow after-
noon. Eating, baseball and sun-
bathing will take up spare mo-
Lambda Chi Alpha pledges will
be the hosts at a Parisian costume
party feting the actives. Dancing
will be done to the music of Mar-
ty Greenwald's combo.
A banquet at the Union and
dancing in the Willow Run
Flight Room 'will be the main
events at the Kappa Sigma's
Alpha Rho Chi couples will be
spinning platters Saturday night,
while Alpha Kappa Kappa men
are looking forward to a semi-for-
Compacts with the fraternity
seal will act as reminders of the
Alpha Kappa Psi's pledge formal.
Music by Mitchell will also help
to make this dinner dance an un-
Betsy Barbour and Helen New-
berry Houses have arranged to
have their spring formals on the
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same evening. Guests may dance
to the music of Don Kenny in a
"Barbouretum" setting or may
follow the maps given out as
programs and walk across to
Newberry's "Showboat" and lis-
ten to John Bonino and his or-
The Fresh Air Camp will set the
scene for the dinner picnic given
by Taylor House men. Starting at
1:30 p.m. tomorrow, guests will
amuse themselves till dinner by
boating, ball games and dancing
in the lodge.
Sigma Alpha Mu members are
devoting Saturday afternoon to
showing a large group of or-
phans from Detroit the best way
to have fun. In the evening the
men will relax at an informal
Filet mignon, Paul McDonough
and secret souveniers will all be
featured at the Theta Delta Chi
pledge formal. Centering around
a floral theme, guests will dance
among lattices of cherry blossoms
Adelia Cheever women will open
their doors from 3 to 6 p.m., Sun-
day, for a spring open house. Re-
freshments will be served to all
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He will gladly arrange an appointment
All houses who have extra tick-
ets are requested to return them
Some people like to cruise down to the Administration Building to-
the river but for campus students day, Bob Steinberg, chairman of
with more wordly travel thoughts the Ball, said.
the Interfraternity Council Ball * *
committee promises a glamorous Panhe lenic Tea
atmosphere at "Cruise Continen-
tal" scheduled from 9 p.m. to 1 A formal installation or the new
a.m. on Saturday, May 9 in the Panhellenic Board followed by a
Intramural Building. tea has been scheduled for 4 p.m.
All over campus students plan- Tuesday in the League.
ning to board the luxury liner at Weather permitting, the tea
the annual IFC Ball are trying to will be held in the League Garden.
get into the mood of the dance. Members of Adelphus, the new
Due to the lack of Ann Arbor campus group will be honored at
sunshine, students have had to the garden party. The program
use make-shift props to get pre- will also include the presenta-
pared for the IFC cruise. tion of a scholarship cup to the
Dusting off sunlamps and tun- pledge class with the highest
ing ukes has been the usual av erage.
procedure as 'U' men and coeds Delegates from each house willj
relax before the ultra-violet act as hostesses, for the guests
rays and strum their favorite which include members of Assem-j
melodies to get into the mood of bly, League Council, Deans, mem-
a vacation aboard the "Cruise bers of the City Panhellenic Asso-
Continental, ciation and 19 sorority houses.
New Panhellenic officers to be
On May 9 couples will attend installed are Martha Hill, presi-
the first formal event on the IFC dent: Judy Johnson, first vice-
deluxe liner with Ralph Flanagan president: Laura Hoffman, second
on deck to serenade passengers vice-president; Bea Johnson, sec-
with his popular danceable style retary; Cathy Wilson, treasurer;
musical arrangements. Shirley Mason, chairman of rush-
The all-campus dance will cli- ing chairman: Jackie Shields,
max "Greek Week" activities. Al- chairman of rushing counselors:
though the dance Is sponsored by and Ann Mercer, public relations.
our placement director, who is
interviewing qualified applicants.
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IFC, all students on campus are
invited to attend the luxury liner
For the second year in a row
the music of Flanagan's orches-
tra will be featured at the an-
nual dance. Last year the band
adopted their "down beats" to a
Pirates, Treasure atmosphere
while this year they plan to pre-
sent smooth sailing tunes for the
Tickets for the all-campus dance
are $3.60 per couple and may be
purchased from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday at
the Administration Building.
It's the Bandeau . . . the bonnet, the cloche, the
pillbox, the sailor, the calot or the beret . . . it's the
pretty '53 version of the hat you'll love for weddings
and travel. ,
To Start Saturday
To the umpires call of "batter
up" twelve teams will begin play
this weekend in the WAA co-re-
creational softball tournament.
At 4 p.m. on Saturday Gamma
Delta will face Alpha Delta Pi on
diamond IaStockwell will battle
Alpha Xi-Fletcher on diamond 2
and the Presbyterians will en-
counter Wesleyan Guild on dia-
Six other teams will get into
action at 4 p.m. Sunday when;
Hayden opposes the Kappa Hill-
toppers on diamond 1, Alpha Omi-
cron Pi plays Cooley-Mosher at
diamond 2 and Cools competes
with Van Tyne-Hinsdale on dia-
Spectators watching the contest
will see specific rules enforced
during the tournament games.
Each team consisting of five
men and women will have a coed
aiming to hit the strike zone and
a man catching behind the plate.
Attempting to equalize team
strength, Nancy Lewis, tourna-
ment chairman stated that the
men will be requested to bat the
opposite side of the plate than
they are accustomed to do.
There will be two base umpires
on the field this year, with one
woman covering base and calling
the decisions and the other cov-
ering second base.
Games in this co-recreational
tournament which was initiated
last year by the Women's Physical
Education Department and the
Men's Intramural Department will
continue to be scheduled at 4 p.m.
on Saturdays and Sundays.
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