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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PADE Fly

Show Posts,
Panhel Ball
Petitions Due
Committee Positions
For Two Productions
Open to All Affiliates
r
Panhellenic Ball and Panhel-
lenic Variety Show committee pe-
titions are due at 5 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Both Panhel Ball and Panhel
Variety Show committees are
planning organizations for these
two annual events. The dance is
sponsored by Panhellenic Associa-
tion in the fall while the variety
show is held each spring.
Coed affiliates who have the de-
sire to express artistic abilities

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Pre-parties and post-parties seem to be the chief plans on hand
for this weekend.
Refreshments and records will be featured at the Beta Theta Pi
open house following the IFC Sing in honor of their Kappa Alpha
Theta rooters.
A "ROARING TWENTIES" party feting the actives will be put
on by the Alpha Epsilon Pi pledges. The skit and decorations will carry
out the "flapper" theme.
Delta Sigma Pi men are looking forward to a spring formal
tonight, while Alpha Delta Phi members will be spinning platters.
A new fraternity will make its appearance on campus as Tau Delta
Phi men initiate their girlfriends into "Tau Delta She" fraternity.
The women as pledges will undergo all sorts of ordeals as prescribed
by the "active" men.I

IFC To Hold 'Cruise Continental'

1,

One of the last functions of the
year will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. tomorrow at the Intramur-
al Building when the Interfrater-
nity Council presents IFC Ball as
a climax to Greek Week activities.
Special attraction at the annual
semi-formal dance will be the ap-
pearance of one of the nation's
big name bands, Ralph Flana-
gan's Orchestra.
Besides the music of Flana-
gan's orchestra, dancers will
hear the winner of tonight's In-
terfraternity Sing render its
prize selection.
During r intermission the name
of the winner of the Mr. Formal

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Vacation plans will be the to-
pic of conversation as students
will view the IM Building trans-
formed for the evening into a lux-
ury liner taking off for glamorous
sea ports around the world.
Travelers on the liner will re-
ceive passport programs as per-
manent souvenirs of the trip.
All the necessary preparations
for the "Cruise Continental" have
been made by the liner officials,
Bob Steinberg, Pete Lardner, John
Matriel, Bill Capitan, C. A. Mitts,
Fred Barrett, Jin Walters and Sam
Siporin.

Tickets for the trip may still be
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purchasedi at $3.6o per couple from
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today at the
Administration building.
IFC Sing
Ten fraternities will vie for
the first place trophy In the
annual Interfraternity Sing to
be presented at 8 p.m. tonight
on the Hill Auditorium stage.,
Orders for records of the sing
may be placed in the IFC of-
fice.

Contest Will11o
ZETA BETA TAU men and their dates will be attending a "spring Contest will
house party" tonight as they begin their annual "spring weekend." fraternity ha
An informal party is in store for Sigma Phi Epsilon members centage of
and their Alpha Gamma Delta supporters after the IFC Sing, dance.
while Phi Gamma Delta couples -
will be listening to many a great
band via records following the SAY - H
event.
Saturday night, Alpha Sigma Parking Troubles?
Phi men and their dates will be
viewed dining on fillet mignon
'neath travel posters advertising Drive in and Shop at
their forthcoming "cruise."
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be revealed, and a
be presented to the
ving the greatest per-
its members at the

-Daily-Betsy Smith

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w INTERNATIONAL CEREMONY-The ticket number one for Inter-
committee both a good way to national Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 15,
meet people and to gain experi- goes into circulation as Miss Aree Watankul, a native of Thai-
ence for future posts. land, makes the presentation to Pres. Harlan Hatcher. Looking
This year Panhel co-sponsored on is Amnuay Viravan, general chairman for the dance.
the-Variety Show with the Michi-
gan Glee Club. In past years the
Variety Show has brought to the Dance, Pageant To High Iight
campus Danny Kaye and Spike
Jones. International Week Events
Panhel Ball posts include gener-
al chairman, assistant chairman,c
decorations chairman, assistant will highlight decorations, while
decorations chairman and chair- inter aional Ba I I
manships for patrons, programs, During a short ceremony yester- fionralgoups willvaiouesaturenas
publicity and tickets. day afternoon, President Harlan part of the intermission enter-
Variety Show posts that are op- Hatcher was presented with the tainment.
en are assistant general chairman, first ticket for International Ball, Tickets from the annual dance,
secretary, ushers chairman and to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. priced at $3 pe couple, are avail-
publicity chairman. The publicity Friday, May 15, in the Union Ball- able from 1 to 5 p.m. daily at the
chairman has three assistants who room. Union and at the Administration
are in charge of newspaper publi- Officially opening the distribu- Building, as well as at the Inter-
city, broadcasts and displays and tion of patron tickets for the national Center.
posters. dance, Miss Aree Watanakul, a * * *
While handing in petitions Fri- native of Thailand, made the pre-' heR ib w
day, coeds should sign up for in- sentation according to the custom 'h aInb w
t rviews in.the League Undergra- of her homeland. Students who enjoy the "Mexi-
duate office. Interviews will be Carrying the ticket on a small can Hat Dance" may see a profes-
held next week from 3 p.m. to 5 decorated tray, Miss Watanakul sional version at 2:30 p.m. Sunday
p.m. on Tuesday, and from 3 p.m. bowed slightly as she handed the in Hill Auditorium, when Student
to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and ticket to Pres. Hatcher. In a pre- Legislature's . International Com-
Thursday. sentation ceremony in Thailand, mittee combines with almost every
the tray And bow are a sign of foreign organization on campus to
respect for an honorable person. p nt "ge Rainbow."
The Featuring the music of Carl peetTeRibw
"EASY DO"HAlRCUT Bonner and the Bonnaires, the all- Given entirely in native cos-
campus dance will be semi-formal. tumes, the international pageant
created at Foreign students are urged to will feature talent from many cam-
THE BEAUTY CLINIC come in their native costume. pus sources including folk dances
1027 E. Ann Phone 7221 Mount Fugijama, the Eiffel from the repertoires of students
Tower and a replica of a pyramid from Israel, Thailand, India, Ja-
- I pan Filipino, the Ukraine, and

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FROM 3 TO 5 p.m. Henderson
residence hall will be on display
at an open house. Refreshments
will be served at this informal
gathering.
Phi Kappa Sigma house will
be the scene of a formal dinner
party previous to the IFC Ball,
while Alpha Rho Chi couples will
be attending a casual record
dance.
A picnic on a "grass-root level"
will be sponsored by the Inter-
national Students Association.
Hikes, refreshments and a lake will
form the high spots of the after-
noon.
"DINING to music and swoon-
ing over their handsome dates"
seems to be on the agenda for
couples attending the Pi Lambda
Phi formal dinner prior to the
IFC Ball. An accordionist, sing-
ing waiters and Ralph Flanagan
all will add their bit to this "musi-
Scal" evening.
Wenley House men will be
hosts at a picnic at Dexter and
Huron Park. Baseball, horseshoes
and miscellaneous activities will
occupy their time.
'"Tulip Time" will be brought to
Ann Arbor for the Phi Alpha Kap-
pa's spring formal. Gil Martin's
orchestra will render musical selec-
tions for this affair which will in-
clude a wooden shoe dance as a
unique feature. Miniature favors
will be given out as memoirs of{
the evening.
A pre-party will be given at the
Theta Xi House before taking off
on a "Cruise Continental," while
Sigma Phi Epsilon couples will be
storing up on caviar and steak be-
fore "sailing time."
WAA Notices
CO - RECREATIONAL SOFT-
BALL-This week's schedule of
games in the co-rec softball tour-
nament is as follows:
Saturday at 4 p.m.-Gamma
Delta vs. Alpha Xi-Fletcher on dia-
mond I; Alpha Delta Pi vs. Wesley
Guild, diamond II; Stockwell vs.
Presbyterians on diamond III.
Sunday at 4 p.m.--Hayden vs.
Cooley-Mosher on diamond I;
Kappa Hilltoppers vs. VanTyne-
Hinsdale on diamond II; Alpha
Omicron Pi vs. Cools on diamond
III.

BEER * WINE *
1 14 E. Williams

SOFT DRINKS
Phone 7191

Doily 10 A.M. - 10 P.M. Sunday, Noon - 7 P.M.

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RECORDS

EARLY ITALIAN MUSIC OF VIVALDI, GABRIELI, ETC. - ORCHESTRA, STOKOWSKI
ENIGMA VARIATIONS (Elgar); HAYDN VARIATIONS (Brahms) - NBC SYMPHONY, TOSCANINI
SYMPHONY NO. 2 in D (Brahms) - NBC SYMPHONY, TOSCANINI
PIANO CONCERTO NO. 2 IN B FLAT (Brahms) - RUBINSTEIN, BOSTON SYMPHONY, MUNCH
SCHEHERAZADE (Rimsky-Korsakov) - PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, STOKOWSKI
SLAUGHTER ON 10TH AVE. AND OTHER SELECTIONS - BOSTON POPS, FIEDLER
And On The MV Label -
IMPROMPTUS, OP. 90 & OP. 142 (Schubert) -- ARTUR SCHNABEL
BRUNNHILDE'S IMMOLATION; AWAKENING SCENE FROM SIEGFRIED (Wagner) - K. FLAGSTAD,
SET SVANHOLM, FURT WANGLER
SYMPHONY NO. 40 IN G MINOR (Mozart); VARIATIONS ON THEME BY HAYDN (Brahms) -
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA - FURTWANGLER

BOSTON SYMPHONY
Pierre Monteux, Conductor
CHORAL UNION SERIES
TUESDAY, MAY 19, 8:30
Tickets: $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY-BURTON TOWER

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American Indians.
Holland Hudson's play "Shep-
herd in the Dark" will be given
while among musical selections are
songs by the Russky Chorus and
by Chinese students, who will be
accompanied by a native violin.
"The Rainbow," now in final re-
hearsal stages, is directed by Raj-
esh Gupta, Grad., of the SL com-
mittee. Mrs. Marie D. Miller is
handling the technical direction.
With "The Rainbow" as an im-
petus, International Week con-
tinues through May 15. Planned
throughout the week are church
and civic club dinners, to which
every foreign student on campus
is invited. With an address at 8
p.m. Wednesday, May 13, in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall, by Gaganvihari
L. Mehta, the Indian ambassador
to the United States.
Petitions
Petitions for summer League
posts will be due at 5 p.m. to-
dayin thebUndergraduate Of-
fice of the League. Coeds are
asked to sign up for interviews
when they turn in petitions.

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Phone 9013

MUSIC SHOPS

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205 E. Liberty St.
Phone 2-0675

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HALL RENTALS & BANQUETS
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Slim fitting rayons 'or em-
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plisse slips from 2.95. Cot-
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At left is a lovely gift slip of
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Panties to match 3.95...
Briefs (not sketched) 2.95.

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