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[WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1953

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Continental Air To Prevail at Ball

Providing vocal varieties, at the
eleventh annual International
Ball, to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday, will be. singer Liz
Palmer.
Featured with Carl Bonner and
the Bon-Aires, Miss Palmer will
furnish the lyrics for the foreign
and American melodies rendered
by the orchestra.
A CONTRACT with the Don
Large Chorus, as well as experi-
ence on local radio stations and,
in country clubs in the Detroit
area, are included in Miss Pal-
mer's background.
3
In line with the "Cosmopoli-
tan Night" theme of the ball,
Bonner's orchestra is reputed to
"provide the continental air you
are seeking."
Bookings at Monte Carlo on the
French Riviera, Cannes, Nice and
at night clubs and hotels in this
country, as well as in South Am-
erica and India have provided the

- * -

LIZ PALMER
outfit with experience in the "lan-'
guage and music from five con-
tinents."
* * *
THE NINE-PIECE orchestra,
featuring an unusual amount of
string, includes three violinists

who are members of the Detroit
Symphony.
Emceed by George Zotiades,
intermission entertainment will
include performances by various
national groups.
Decorations will carry out the
international theme, with models
of Mount Fujiyama, Eiffel Tower
and the Taj Mahal in evidence in
the Union Ballroom.
AN UNUSUAL twist in plans for
the Ball is the Date Bureau. In-
cluded in dance arrangements for
the past two years, the bureau has
been set up to help foreign stu-
dents obtain dates for the annual
affair.
The committee, under the di-
rection of Connie Pokela, is ar-
ranging coke dates first so that
couples. will have a chance to
become acquainted before the
dance.
Students interested in obtaining
a date through the Date Bureau
may come to the International
Center or call Miss Pokela at 3-
1511, Ext. 2145.
* * *
TICKETS FOR the ball will beI
available the rest of this week
from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Adminis-
tration Building and at the Union.
They may also be obtained at the
International Center.
In charge of plans for the
dance is Amnuay Viravan, while
Turker Karamizrak is handling
the financial end of the annual
ball.
Directing the floorshow is Ghu-
lam Minhaus, while Gordon Neu-
fang is in charge of decorations.
Patrons for the ball are being con-
tacted by Edward Planchon.
Ticket sales are under the di-
rection of Patiphat Arayasastra.
Aly Raafat is taking charge of
the programs. Publicity is under
the direction of Slavian Biletsky.
League Workshopj
Suggests Projects
For Coming Year

WAA Aims
Encouraged
By President
New Officer States
Value -of Recreation;
Plans Eventful Year
By MARILYN CAMPBELL
Proving that it is possible for a
person to work his way up through
the ranks, Marian Swanson was
selected to head the Women's Ath-
letic Association after serving on
the organization's board for two
years.
As a sophomore, Miss Swanson
was in charge of organizing the
Badminton Club for persons in-
terested in "batting the bird,"
while this year she served as so-
rority manager and directed the
all-campus women's basketball
tournament.
* * *
"THE WAA has a worthwhile
purpose," the new president said
recently, "in helping women ma-
ture by giving them a chance to
participate in activities. The or-
ganization's varied program in-
cludes everyone."
She described the WAA as
"unique" in that it cuts across
many barriers. Affiliates partic-
ipate with independents and
freshmen with seniors in the
many activities sponsored by the
women's group.
"The WAA is really the only all-
campus organization that attempts
to do this," Miss Swanson said.
* * o
INNOVATIONS for next year's
program were announced by Miss
Swanson, including more meetings
of the women on campus.
"Most coeds do not realize
that they are all members of the
organization," she said, "and are
eligible to participate in spon-
sored events.
Tentative plans for next year in-
clude a Saturday morning clinic
in the fall to instruct women on
how to watch football games in-

WE FOUR-The Novelaires will take the stage during the Men'sj
Glee Club spring concert to be held at 8 p.m. Saturday in Hill
Auditorium. Performing for their last year together are David
Calahan, Robert McGrath, Richard Frank and Ara Berberian.
* * * .*
Men's Glee Club Schedules
Appearance for Saturday

."Aqua-demics," Michifish's ver-
sion of life at the University, will
be presented at 7:15 p.m. Friday
in the IM Building pool.
This show will mark the annual
spring concert of tme WAA-spon-
sored club.
With the Michiganensian being
distributed this week, Michifish
members wish to dramatize the
pictorial review.
Opening their program with the
"Halls of Ivy" dedicated to the en-
tering frosh, the synchronized
swimmers will review the academ-
ic schedule by giving their im-
pression of Spanish, French, as-
tronomy, chemistry and psycholo-
gy.
Those "blue book blues" that
plague students around this time
of year, along with fine arts, physi-
cal education, anthropology, ge-
ography and music will also be
presented.
Not adhering strictly to the aca-
demic picture, other numbers will
be entitled "Strolling in the Arb"
and "The Marching Band."
With the traditional "Pomp and
Circumstance" playing, all the
members of Michifish will join in
the graduation finale.
Earlier in the year, the organiza-
tion gave the campus a preview of
their skills by performing at the
Union Open House.

Michifish To Present
AnnualWater- Show
'Aqua-demics Will Feature U Life Friday;
Swimmers Will Perform Original Numbers

The club, which has approxi-
mately 40 members, has, as its
manager Donna Hoffman.
Next year, the swimmers will be
under the supervision of Margar-
et Lord.
Miss Fritzi Gareis, a member of
the Women's Physical Education
Department, serves as club advi-
sor.
The spring concert is written
and costumed by the members
themselves, who are always trying
to develop new techniques. For ex-
ample, this year torches and lum-
inous paint will help set the mood
of the concert.
A small amount of dialogue will
also be included in the show.
Next year the group hopes to
hold their sessions in the new
women's swimming pool, which is
currently under construction.
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Featured performers at the
Men's Glee Club annual spring
concert to be held 8 p.m. Saturday
at Hill Auditorium will be the Nov-
elaires.
Beginning their singing career
together three years ago, this year
marks the last time that the pres-
ent personnel of the quartet will
sing together.
* * *

Three," "Do I Worry" and "Mel-
ancholy Baby."
Novelty numbers, hit show
tunes, college songs and clas-
sics will be presented by the en-
tire Glee Club in their 95th an-
nual spring concert.
Many of the numbers in the
performance have been arranged
by Prof. Philip Duey, director of

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HOLDING first tenor position is the Glee Club.
Robert McGrath, with David Cal-
ahan as second tenor, Richard ADMISSION to the concert is
Frank in baritone position, and free. However, in an effort to give
Ara Berberian singing bass. equal advantages of a good seat
'to everyone, there will be tickets

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Several proposals for League telligently. An explanation of rules
activities for next year were the and plays would enable the "uni-
result of the League Council formed" coed to follow the gamej
Workshop which was held Sun- more readily.
* * *
MV embers of the Council were STUDENTS will be "honoring
divided into four groups in order their partners" at square dances
to discuss service projects, social on the tennis courts if other Mlans
projects, Union-League coopera- are carried through, Miss Swan-
tion and ways of increasing par- son said.
ticipation in League activities. In an attempt to include more
A central file of all University women in the organization's de.
women, which could be used to cision-making, the Athletic Masi-
procure volunteers for social work agers Board, consisting of a rep-
and extra-curricular activities, resentative from each of the}
was one of the proposals of the women's residences on campus,
service group. will be included more in WAA 1
Members also suggested aiding activities.
aged residentsin Ann Arbor and
providing students to entertain in A sports-loving coed, Miss Swan-
hospitals. son enjoys badminton and bowl-
In order that more people can ing and participating in tourna-
attend the League dance classes, ments, even if she "doesn't play
the social group suggested increas- very well."
ing the number of nights on * * *
which they are held. AN ECONOMICS major from
Union - League p r o j e c t s for Dearborn, Miss Swanson finds time
freshmen were proposed by the to participate in other than sports
committee working on cooperation activities.
of the two organizations. The
group working on participation in At the present time she is
extra-curricular activities suggest- financial secretary of the Lu-
ed giving recognition to coeds theran Students' Association,
who are members of League com- and was a merber of the Frosh
mittees. Weekend central committee in
Preceding the discussion, Miss her freshman year.
Ethel McCormick, social director Tapping ceremonies have be-
of the League, gave a talk on the come very familiar to Miss Swan-
duties of Council members son during her years at the Uni-
versity, as she is a member of Al-
pha Lambda Delta, freshman hon-
orary, Wyvern, junior honorary
and, more recently, of Mortar-
board, all-canrpus honor group for
senior women.

The Novelaires have appeated
both as a part of the Glee Club
concerts and in separate appear-
ances, becoming known around
campus after winning first place
in Gulantics last year.
During the Glee Club's spring
tour this year the group auditioned
for the Arthur Godfrey show.
* * .
TAKING the stage in the lat-
ter part of the spring concert pro-
gram, the Novelaires will announce
their own selections.
Donald Smith, '55E, publicity
manager of the club tells of the
versatility of the quartet. Often
the group will change their plan-
ned selections just before arriv-
ing on the stage.
Singing a wide range of music,
though concentrating on rendi-
tions of popular songs, the Nov-
elaires prove their adeptness at
handling their part of a concert.
THE FOUR are currently featur-
ing such popular hits as "We

for reserved seats.
These reservations may be
picked up at the Hill Auditorium
box office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
today through Saturday.
LEAGUE COUNCIL-There will
be a League Council meeting at
5 p.m. today in the League. All
members are asked to attend.
* * *
WAA MANAGERS - There will
be a meeting for all WAA athletic
managers at 5 p.m. today in the
small lounge of the WAB. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
COUNSELORS' CLUB - Stu-
dents journeying to the Dearborn
School Camp at Mill Lake with
members of the Camp Counselors'
Club will meet at 3:30 p.m. in
front of Barbour Gym. Each per-
son is to bring her own supper.

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served as song leader for her so-
rority, Alpha Xi Delta, and still
serves as soloist for weddings and
church services.
One of her first "duties" as pres-
ident of WAA was to fly to the as-
sociation's national convention at
Stanford University at Palo Alto,
Calif., where she was elected re-
cording secretary.
Representing approximately 5,
000 women from this campus, Miss
Swanson stayed at Stanford for
five days with 300 other delegates
from 76 universities and colleges.
Senior Ball
Seniors may buy tickets for
Senior Ball from 2 to 5 p.m. to-
day in the Administration
Building. Beginning tomorrow
they will be available to every-
one on campus. The price is
$2.25 per couple.

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