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TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Flying Balloons Hold
Free IFC Ball Tickets

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Members of the committee for
the Interfraternity Council Bail
took advantage of the first high
ceiling for several days in Ann
Arbor to scatter three dance tickets
to the winds.
Three balloons filled with he-
lium were released from the Diag-
onal, each with one free admission
to "Cruise Continental," annual
t ball which will weigh anchor at
the Intramural Building from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday.
When last seen the balloons were
heading north at a rapid pace.
Members of the committee prom-
ise free admission to Eskimos or
any others who retrieve the du-
cats and present them at the door.
Up at an early hour, the men
were out on the Diag handing out
144 balloons to all passing coeds.
Chief attraction during inter-
mission entertainment at the ball
will be songs by the fraternity
which wins the IFC Sing, to be
4 held Friday night.
A trophy will be presented to
the house which has the highest

proportions attending the dance.
Top man in the Mr. Formal con-
test, currently being held on cam-
pus, is scheduled to be announced
by Bob Apple, manager of the con-
test, during the intermission.
Bound for an evening of roman-
tic entertainment, couples on the
"Cruise" will visit 14 different
ports, which will be depicted by
murals and scenes.
Among the famous cities which
will be on the itinerary are Lis-
bon, Bombay, Cairo and Naples.
Ralph Flanagan will be officer
of the day in charge of present-
ing his style of danceable music
during the evening. He will lead
his orchestra in such numbers as
"You're Breaking My Heart," Ap-
ril in Portugal," and "Singing
Winds," which are among his rec-
ord hits.
Tickets for the all-campus dance
are $3.60 per couple and may be
purchased from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. through Friday at the Ad-
Iministration Building.

--Daily-Don Campbell
COSTUME CARNIVAL-Dressed in their native costumes, these women are talking over plans for
International Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday; May 15 at the Union.
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International Ball To Feature Costumes

Twenty - three house choral
groups will vie for a place on the
annual Lantern Night Sing pro-
gram during an elimination ses-
sion to be held at 7 p.m. tomor-
row at Hill Auditorium.
Besides competing for the hon-
or of being one of the twelve groups
to appear on theHill Auditorium
stage next Monday one of the
participating houses will also be
awarded the posture cup on the
basis of its performance tomor-
row.
However according to the rules,
the name of this winner will not
be revealed until Lantern Night.
Judging for the posture cup
will be done by Miss Ruth Har-
ris and Miss Esther Pease, who
are members of the women's
physical education department,
and Mr. Dennis Regan of the
men's physical education de-
partment.
Members of the music school
faculty, Miss Arlene Sollenberger,
Mr. Philip Duey and Miss Norma
Heyde will judge the choral groups
on the basis of interpretation, in-
tonation, presentation and rhythm
along with other factors.
According to the present sched-
ule of the elimination night pro-
gram Betsy Barbour residence,
WAA Notices
B TOURNAMENT-Play in the
WAA B softball tournament will
take place tomorrow and Thurs-
day of this week; hereafter the
games ' will be held on Mondays
and Tuesdays. This week's sched-
ule is. as follows:
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Jordan
IV vs. Kleinsteuck I*; at 7 p.m.-
Alpha Chi Omega III vs. Prescott
II*; Angell I vs. Mosher II*.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Barbour
II vs. Alpha Delta Pi I*; at 7 p.m.
-Alpha Phi I vs. Mosher I*; Al-
pha Xi Delta I vs. Hinsdale I*.
* Teams responsible for the
bases.

singing "Three Little Maids" and
directed by Miriam Bredernick,
will start off the session at 7:15
p.m.
Other houses competing to-
morrow night in order of their
appearance are Couzens, Alpha
Omicron Pi, Jordan, Pi Beta Phi,
Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Newber-
ry, Cheever, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Chi Omega, Vaughn and Delta
Delta Delta.
At 8:25 Alpha Chi Omega will
sing, followed at five minute inter-!
vals by Delta Gamma, Alpha Gam-

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ma Delta, Martha Cook, Gamma
Phi Beta, Alpha Phi, Sorosis, Al-
pha Delta Pi, and Prescott House.
Before the program Monday
all women on campus have been
invited to march with the Mich-
igan Marching Band in the Lan-
tern Night Parade.
Especially honoring senior wo-
men, the parade will be one of the
last functions the graduating co-
eds will participate in as a class.
Houses will line up together as
a body with members of each unit
carrying banners identifying their
respective residences.

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Just off S. Univ.

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In fitted style, the floor-length
costume is made of purple Japa-
nese silk with a brightly colored
bird, flower and leaf design.
Helen Nakamura, also from
Hawaii, will wear a costume
similar to Miss Wongs only wov-
en from cotton.
A pale yellow silk hip-length
blouse with shortssleeves over a
tight fitting slit skirt will be the
costume of Clare Tseng, a native
of China.
A hand-woven blue silk wrap-
around skirt with gold and silver
braid design, topped by a blue silk
fitted blouse will be featured in
the costume of Sudah Saravisutra,
whose native land is Thailand.
Miss Saravisutra fastens the
draped shoulder effect of its
bodice with a gold pin in the
shape of a sword.
Wearing the traditional kimono
and obi of Japan will be Kyo Kum-
amoto. Of brown silk with gold
threads woven in, the coat-style
kimono features painted flowers in
yellow, orange, green and pink.
Around the waist of the kimono
is the colorfully designed oti, a
wide band of hand-woven silk
which is lopped over and folded
in the back.
The sari, typical dress of In-
dia, will form the main part of
Rupa Mehta's costume for the
dance.
The five-foot strip of red silk
has been hand painted by the tie
and dye method, making a design
of elephants and geometrical fig-
ures in yellow and green.
A green silk blouse, multi-col-
ored handwoven gold handbag,
many strings of beads and red and
gold bangle bracelets will complete
the colorful costume.
Dressed in a multi-colored
"bunbar" or blouse and a wrap-
around "lapa" skirt hand-woven
from palm fiber and cotton, Ad-
riana Cooper will represent her
native Liberia.
Wide, butterfly-like sleeves ac-
cent the "mestisa" dress worn by
Liria Palafox of the Philippine
Islands.
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