WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1953
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
'Cuise C Continental'
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Cruising into town for the sec-
ond consecutive year, Ralph Flan-
agan and his orchestra will appear
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday at
the Intramural Building for the
annual Interfraternity Council
This year, for the first time in
the history of the annual dance,
couples attending may wear semi-
formal attire, with men wearing
dark suits, tuxedos or dinner jack-
ets and coeds appearing in bal-
lerina length or formal dresses.
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USING "Cruise Continental" as
its theme, the ball will whirl cou-
ples over the seas to visit 14 dif-
Such famous cities as Lisbon,
Bombay, Cairo and Naples will
L be depicted by murals and other
Featured during intermission
will be the winners of the IFC Sing,
to be held Friday night at Hill
Auditorium as part of the Greek
INTRODUCTION of the winner
of the Mr. Formal contest now in
progress will also take place dur-
ing the intermission.
The fraternity having the
greatest percentage of its mem-
bers at the dance will be award-
ed a trophy by the IFC com-
Heading the ship's crew, Flan-
agan will lead his orchestra in
many of his record "hits," includ-
ing "You're Breaking My Heart,"
"April in Portugal" and "Hot Tod-
WOMEN TO VIE FOR JOBS:
League, Panhel Petitioning Open.
IHC, Assembly Delegates
Attend Annual Conference
Representatives Discuss Dormitory Problems
During Convention On Michigan State Campus
Petitions for positions in the
summer League must be turned in-
to the Undergraduate Office by 5
When handing in their petitions,
women should sign up for inter-
views which will be held from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
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PETITIONS for positions, which
include president of the League,
chairman and two members of
Judiciary Council, social chairman,
Round-up Room chairman, dance
class chairman and publicity
chairman, may be obtained in the
League Undergraduate Office or in
all women's housing units.
Directing all League activities,
presiding at meetings and seeing
that all activities run smoothly
are among the duties of the
The chairman of Judiciary
Council carries on the regular
work of the year, and, in addition,
works on social functions.
DANCE CLASS chairman is in
charge of dancing lessons, selling
and collecting tickets and securing
hostesses for the classes.
Publicity chairman handles all
League publicity, distributes a
circular telling of League acti-
vities and publicizes the annual
dance, "Beach Ball."
The social chairman is respon-'
sible for the management and suc-
cess of all social functions.
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ROUND-UP Room chairman is
in charge of activities in the
Round-up Room and Rumpus
Room and, in addition, assists
other members of the Council.
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Petitions for Panhellenic Posi-
tions are due in the Undergraduate
Office of the League by 5 p.m.
Friday, May 8.
Panhellenic Ball positions open
for petitioning are general chair-
man, assistant general chairman,
decorations chairman and assist-
ant decorations chairman.
WOMEN MAY also petition for
patrons chairman, program chair-
man, publicity chairman and ticket
Posts on the Panhellenic Var-
iety Show available are assist-
ant general chairman, newspap-
er publicity chairman, stunts
chairman, displays and posters
chairman, ushers chairman and
Petitions can be secured in the
Panhellenic Office. Interviewing
will take place Tuesday, May 12,
through Thursday, May 14.
Coeds may sign up for inter-
views when they hand in their
There will be a meeting for
all members of the new League
Council at 4 p.m. today in the
League. The room will be post-
ed on the bulletin board in the
Members of the Inter-House
Council and Assembly Board at-
tended the annual three-day Big
Ten Residence Halls Conference
last weekend at Michigan State
Held at a different Big Ten
schoolneach year, the annualcon-
vention centers around a discus-
sion of the problems mutual to all
- Arriving at the State campus at
noon, the group registered and
then attended a buffet luncheon.
An official welcome was extended
to the delegates in speeches given
after the luncheon.
During the afternoon the repre-
sentatives divided themselves into
groups in order to discuss such
subjects as the initiation of orien-
tation programs, coordination
among dormitories, dormitory-
Greek relations and dormitory pol-
After these meetings the dele-
gates toured the separate dormi-
tories where they had a chance to
view the living facilities of the
Michigan State students.
Early the next morning a new
round of discussions began with
the delegates focusing their atten-
tion on such topics as social con-
duct, house rules, dining room fa-
cilities and unity within the dor-
Following this all-morning ses-
sion was a general meeting in
which all the points of the con-
ference were discussed.
That night a final banquet was
presented with two of the dormi-
tory glee clubs offering the en-
Accompanying the group and
acting as advisors to the delega-
tion were Dean Ostafin, Dean Ful-
ler, John Bingly, alid Chris Braun.
IFC BALL . . . . Off she goes, heading straight for "Cruise
Continental" to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday in the
IM Building. Ralph Flanagan will play for the dance, which
comes at the end of Greek Week.
Tickets for International
Ball are now on sale daily from
1 to 5 p.m. in the Administra-
tion Building and in the Union.
They may also be obtained at
the International Center. The
price is $3 per couple.
Do you want
If so come to
601 East LibertV
TICKETS FOR the "Cruise,"
which is open to the entire cam-
pus, will be on sale from 10 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. through Friday at the
Administration Building. Couples
will be granted admission to the
ship for $3.60.
So far no report has been re-
ceived that any of the tickets
released from the Diagonal Mon-
day by the IFC Council have
been found. Members of the
committee have promised free
admission to the dance to any-
one finding the ducats and pre-
senting them at the door.
The Cruise will climax Greek
Week events, which began Sunday
with several fraternity open
CONTINUING the scheduled4
events. IFC will open its offices in
Rm. 3C of the Union from 7 to
10 p.m. tonight with the entire
campus being invited to attend.
The new IFC officers and com-
mittee chairmen will be on hand
at the open house to participate
in informal discussions.
Tomorrow representatives of the
administration, faculty and stu-
dent body will gather for discus-
sions at the fraternity and soror-
ity house presidents' Fresh Air
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EACH OF the IFC's five geog-
raphical districts will enter a bicy-
cle in a race which will be held on
Friday evening ten fraterni-
ties will be competing for top
honors and a first place trophy
in the IFC Sing.
Groups taking part include Phi
Kappa Tau, Chi Phi, Acacia, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
and Phi Gamma Delta.
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ALSO COMPETING for the
award will be Beta Theta Pi, Sig-
Panhellenic Board officers were
installed and a pledge class Schol-
arship Cup presented at the Pan-
hellenic Tea yesterday afternoon
in the League Garden.
Martha Hill, newly-elected pres-
ident, took over the duties of the
out-going president, Diane Harris.
Judy Johnson and Laura Hoffman
moved into the positions of first
and second vice-presidents respec-
tively. Bea Johnson is the new sec-
retary and Catherine Wilson,
In charge of Public Relations is
Ann Mercer, while Shirley Mason
is the new Rushing Chairman.
Jackie Shields is Chairman of
A scholarship was presented to
Graechen Becker of the Kappa
Kappa Gamma pledge class. The
Kappa pledges maintained the
highest overall average of all the
pledge classes last semester.
Diane Harris presented the cup,
which is to be a traveling trophy
presented by Panhellenic each
A new group on campus, Adel-
phi, was introduced.
Present at the tea were Dean
Healy, Alumnae Panhellenic and
financial advisors, Faculty mem-
bers and representatives from the
18 sororities and the new group.
ma Chi, Kappa Sigma and Lam-
bda Chi Alpha.
Each of the finalists will be
sponsored by a sorority, whose'
members will be on hand to "give
out" with songs and cheers to en-
courage them to victory.
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