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fiHUMQSDAY, MAY 6, 1954





International Student Association
Arranges Date Bureau for Dance,

At a ceremony held last night,
Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher was pre-
sented with a ticket to the 12th
annual International Ball.
The dance is sponsored by the
International Student Association,
and will be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m., Saturday, May 15 at the
Union Ballroom.
Tickets, priced at $3, will be
available to students Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday
of next week at the Administra-
tion Building and at the Interna-
tional Center, and Thursday and
Friday on the Diagonal. Tickets
are on sale now at the Interna-
tional Center.
* * *
IN ORDER to insure an all-
campus international event, a
date bureau has been arranged by
the students in charge of the
dance. The date bureau will be-
gin at a tea to be held at the In-
ternational Center from 4:30 to 6
p.m. today.
Students will be able to fill
out blanks requesting a blind
date. Information such as a
general description of oneself,
likes and dislikes will appear as
questions in order to aid in the
selection of the blind dates. The
dates will be arranged by the
students, who will also arrange
coke dates. 1
Arrangements will be made for
1- those who are unable to attend
the tea and who wish to have a
blind date. They may contact
Men's Glee Club
Tickets for the annual Uni-
versity Men's Glee Glub con-
cert, to be presented at 8:30
p.m. Saturday in Hill Audi-
torium, are available at Hill
Auditorium. The tickets are

'Mr. Formal'
To Be Named
Neatness, Appearance
To Serve as Criteria
For Choosing Winner
Winner of the nation-wide "Mr.
Formal" contest at the University
will be announced at IFC Ball to-
morrow night in the League Ball-
"Mr. Formal" will be judged on
neatness and general all-around
appearance from pictures taken at
three State St. clothing stores by
photographer Charles Kelsey.
The pribes awaiting the winner
of the "Mr. Formal" contest in-
clude a white dinner jacket, form-
al dress pants, tie and cummer-
bund set, dress shirt, pocket light-
er and a white formal pipe. He
will also get a complete formal
set, featuring suspenders, garters,
cuff links and studs to match.
As part of the local awards, "Mr.
Formal" will receive an IFC Ball
ticket, compliments of the IFC Ball
Committee and a free dinner for
himself and his date at a local res-
Candidates participating in the
annual event so far are: Bob
Kany, Acacia; Tom Conlin, Alpha
Delta Phi; Rod Effinger, Phi Kap-
pa Psi; Paul Hubble, Phi Sigma
Kappa; Steve Hill, Pi Lambda Phi;
David Noorthoek, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon; Dick Radway, Sigma Al-
pha Mu; Bob Thorson, Sigma Nu
and Tom Sexworth, Sigma Phi
Others include: Bob Pelhke, Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Stan Levenson,
Zeta Beta Tau; John Olson, Zeta
Psi; Dugald Munro, Gomberg,
South Quad; Dean Sabiston, Lloyd,
West Quad; John Farkas, Win-
chell, West Quad; Dean Morley,
Cooley, East Quad; Fred Walker,
Kelsey, South Quad; Frank Greg-
ory, Van Tyne, South Quad and
Jim Rowland, Huber, South Quad.
Judges for the local contest will
pick the winner tonight. Men on
over 100 campuses are participat-
ing in the contest; the winner of
local competition is entitled to go
to the national contest, where a
host of other prizes will await him.
Deadline for entrants in the
"Mr. Formal" contest is 5 p.m. to-

Choral Groups To Vie
In Lantern Night Sing

Ten of the 19 contesting wo-
men's residences were chosen last
night at eliminations to compete
in the Lantern Night Sing to be
held at 7 p.m. Monday at Hill
Alpha Delta Pi sang "Lullaby of
Broadway" under the leadership of
Lois Hixon, while Delta Delta Delta
directed by Carol Leybourn gave a
medley of Negro Spirituals.
* * *
LED BY Ann Campbell, Alpha
Chi Omega sang to victory with
"Basin Street Blues," and Helen
Newberry gave a rendition of "Lit-
tle Lost Lamp" under the leader-
ship of Dawn Waldron.
Delta Gamma, directed by
Jane Murbach, sand "Ezekiel
Saw The Wheel," while Pi Beta
Phi were victorious with "Now
The Day Is Over" led by Fern
Barbara Law.
Under the leadership of Pat Mal-
let Martha Cook sang an Irish
medley of songs, and Alpha Omi-
cron Pi's chorus won with "Great
Day" directed by Gretchen Quine.
* * *
ALPHA PHI sang a medley in-
cluding "Sometimes I Feel Like a
Motherless Child" and "St. Louis
Blues" led by Ann Morrow, while
Victor Vaughn under Shirley Tews
gave a rendition of "Shortnin'
The houses who were not
chosen to sing have been assign-
ed to support those that were.
They include Betsy Barbour,
which sang a medley from "The
King and I," for Alpha Delta Pi;
Couzens Hall, which sang "The
All American Girl," for Delta
Delta Delta and Gamma Phi

-Daily-Betsy Smith

Beta, which sang a Hans Chris-
tian Anderson medley, for Alpha
Chi Omega.
Kappa Kappa Gamma which
sang a Rain Medley will support
Helen Newberry, Kappa Delta
which sang "The Last Time I Saw
Paris" will cheer for Delta Gamma
and Tyler House which sang
"Charlottown" will support Pi
Beta Phi.
Mosher which will sponsor Mar-
tha Cook, sang "Holiday for
Strings," while Alpha Xi Delta
which sang "Get Happy" will sup-
port Alpha Omocron Pi. Alpha Phi
will be cheered on by Chi Omega
which sang some Victor Herbert
favorites and Kappa Alpha Theta
will support Victor Vaughn.
Four other women's resi-
dences were scheduled to sing,
but withdrew from the contest.
They are Kappa Alpha Theta,
Cheever House, Alpha Gamma
Delta and Stockwell Hall.
Judges for the event were Miss
Arlene Sollenberger, Mrs. John B.
Heyde and Mr. Stanley Kimes. All
are instructors in the School of
There will be recreational
swimming for women at the
new pool from 4:15 to 5:20
p.m. tomorrow for this week
only. The Faculty Family Night
usually held from 7:30 to 9:20
p.m. Fridays will not be held
this week due to a special group
meeting then. The Family Night
will be resumed Friday, May 21.

Women's Tennis Matches
To Be Held at Palmer Field

--Daily-Dean Morton
INTERNATIONAL BALL-Mrs. Harlan Hatcher receives a ticket
to the 12th annual International Ball to be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Saturday, May 15. 6

Marilyn Spiro at 3069 Hinsdale
House, Alice Lloyd or at the In-
ternational Center.
THE PURPOSE of the Interna-
tional Ball is to raise money for
foreign students in times of emer-
gencies, such as aid for medical
and legal matters, as well as for
scholarships and loans. Last year
$600 was raised, which aided 27
Although the dance is semi-
formal, foreign students are urg-
ed to wear the dress of their na-
tive countries. The display of
the varied costumes has always

added to the exotic atmosphere
of the dance.
Dance music will be provided by
Carl Bonner and the Bonnaires.
This organization has played in 16
different countries, such as France
and South America. There will
also be a unique floorshow featur-
ing many international personali-
ties. The floor show will be under
the direction of Ann Bandler.
The general chairman for the
dance is Diniz Riberio. The other
committees include decorations,
Jose Teran; publicity, Virginia
Venek; tickets, Pat Arayasastra;
floor show, Ann Bandler; date bu-
reau, Marilyn Spiro, and programs,
Linda Catanzarita.
In addition to raising money for
the foreign students, the dance has
another goal. The second aim is
to provide an opportunity for all
of the students on campus to be-
come acquainted with more of the
students who are representing
other countries in the University.

Semifinals in the all campus
Women's Tennis Tournament will
be played-off this weekend on the
Palmer Field courts.
Those who qualify for these
matches are Helen Whitaker, who
will play Barbara Pratt at 3:15
p.m. Friday, and Lillian Silverberg
who will face Gwynne Finkleman
at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The quarter-final games have
been held during the past week.
Last weekend Miss Pratt by de-
feating Nancy Rovner 6-0 advanc-
ed to the quarter-finals, where she
won over Ellen Zoller 6-0, 6-0. Miss
Zoller had previously defeated
Dorothy Sherman 6-3.
Miss Silverberg defeated Julie
Atkinson Monday 6-2, 6-2. She
earlier won over Leda Cosmenco
6-0, while Miss Atkinson had beat-
en Pat Bubel 6-3 in an earlier
Yesterday Miss Whitaker won
over. Jan Goodman 6-3, 6-4. She
previously defeated Bunny Fisher,
6-1, while Miss Goodman had won
her place at the expense of Colleen
Campbell, 6-0.
In the other quarter-final played
yesterday Miss Finkleman, winner
of a match with Mollie Mazur 6-2,
defeated Adlee Pearlman 6-0, 6-2.

Miss Pearlman earlier advanced
over Dorothy Cellentani 6-4.
The WAA Tennis Club, sponsors
of the tournaments, hopes that the
final elimination will be played off
next week. Any persons interested
in watching the semi-finals are
invited to attend the matches this
weekend at the Palmer Field
Sixty-three coeds participated
in the tournament. Joan Hyman
is the Tennis Club manager and
tournament manager. Miss Joan
Farrell of the Women's Physical
Education Department is the fac-
ulty advisor of the group.
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Hillel Plans Wide Changes
In Executive Organization



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Tentative plans are now being
made for the complete revitaliza-
tion of the structure of Hillel in
terms of the student council and
related positions.
At a recent meeting those stu-
dents elected to the executive
committee were Hal Josehart,
president; Jacob Lassner, vice-
president; Rhea Kantner, secre-
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Mort Demak, administrative sec-
Petitions are now available at
Hillel Foundation for students in-
terested in positions in the follow-
ing areas of Hillel work: cultural,
religious, social, publicity, special
events and the Hillel newspaper.
Petitions may be secured at Hil-
lel from Mrs. Shipman, secr'etary,
from 9:30 a.m. to 5-p.m. Petitions
are to be filled out and returned
by 4 p.m. Tuesday.
All petitions will be reviewed by
the Executive Committee of the
Hillel Student Government.
An interview will be arranged
with the Executive Committee at
the time the petition is secured.



Aij4 Campuj


BALLET CLUB-There will be
a meeting of the Ballet Club at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Work for the
Studio Night will be continued.
All who are participating are re-
quested to attend.
* * s
ASSEMBLY-Assembly will ex-
tend petitioning for I-Hop until
Women interested in being orien-
tation leaders next fall are re-
quested to petition today and to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Of-
fice of the Women's League. Ex-
perienced and inexperienced lead-
ers are needed, as well as leaders
for transfer groups.
* * *
LA CROSSE-La Crosse instruc-
tion will be given for women at
3:30 p.m. Fridays on the Palmer
Field. All those interested are urg-
ed to attend the first meeting to-
* * *
BLAZERS-Women may pick up
their Michigan blazers from 3 to
5:30 p.m. tomorrow and 10 a.m.
to noon Saturday in the WAB.
They are requested to make out
their checks to the WAA for the
balance due on receipt of the
* * s
GOLF CLUB-There will be no
meeting of the Golf Club tomorrow
at the Golf Course, but there will
be one at 5 p.m. Monday at the
WAB. An outdoor practice will be
held if weather permits.
SOFTBALL-In the co-recrea-
tional softball tournament, team
II will play team IV and team III
will play team V in all four leagues
this week.

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I FC BALL... This Friday, May 7,9 till 1
Featuring the bands of FRED DALE
Metronome College Band of the Year
RED JOHNSON, Popular Campus Band Leader



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