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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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v ON 'THE OCEAN FLOOR':

Dancing to the subterranean
theme of "The Ocean Floor," mem-
bers of the Ballet Club will pre-
sent their annual Spring Concert
at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Barbour
Gymnasium.
The story of the performance
concerns a little girl going through
an adventure in Toyland, in which
she becomes acquainted with all
the creatures of the ocean floor.
E. Marlene Crawford, a fresh-
man in the literary college, will
dance the part of the little girl
who meets a sea horse, danced by
Sandy Badar and a school of fish,
including Lyla Leipzig, Gaille Val-
entine, Jan O'Brien and Judy Bar-
ich.

Valentine, respectively. Each dan-
cer in this group has done her own
choreography.
"The gay atmosphere will again
return," officials related, "with the
dances of sponges and bubble fish."
Eddy Bavera and Judy Ellis will
be sponges and Madeline Conboy
and Bernadine Bartram will take
the parts of the bubble fish.
The whole performance will be

drawn together by an octupus who
will participate in the opening,
danced by Bob Wiegand.
Planned by Members
The program has been arranged
and planned with original chore-
ography by the 30 club members.
The club is going on tour to
Lincoln Park to give two perform-
ances there, today and Friday,
April 29.
Faculty advisor for the Ballet
Club this year is Jean Parsons
of the women's physical education
department.
The character of the little girl
was used previously in the Club's
Christmas Concert and was so well
liked, members decided to use her
again.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
FRED WALKER LEADS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA TO FIRST PLACE IN IFC SING

WAA
The softball Club will meet
at 3:15 p.m. today at the WAB,
while the Tennis Club will hold
a meeting from 4:10 to 6 p.m.
today at Palmer Field.

WC Sing Won by Lambda Chi'

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Lambda Chi Alpha, led by Fred
Walker, took top honors in the
annual Interfraternity Councilt
Sing last night at Hill Auditorium.
Singing the Negro spiritual,1
"Mah Lindy Lou," the Lambda
Chi's won with 188 points, only one
point ahead of the second place
Sigma Chi's who delivered "De
Animals a'Comin'." Third spot
wet to a blues medley done by
Delta Tau Delta.
With an original version of "Dix-
.e," the Alpha Delta Pi's copped
first place for their support of
Beta Theta Pi. Wearing top hats,
yellow ties and white gloves, the
A.D. Pi's won on the basis of group
spirit, coordination, appearance
and originality.
Other sororities receiving no-
tice for their backing of fraterni-
ties were the second place Chi
Omega's and Delta Gamma and
Alpha Epsilon Phi who tied for
the third honors.
Judges Geneva Nelson, Phillip
Duey and Donald Krummel of the
School of Music faculty, chose the
Lambda Chi's on seven points: ap-
pearance, tone quality, intonation,
diction, ensemble, artistic quality
and appropriateness of selection.
At the Sing, poster trophies were
awarded to the Phi Kappa Tau's
and the Delta Gamma's for their
entries in the Greek Week poster
contest.
IFC Ball To Be Held
The next big event, following
IFC Sing and climaxing the week
Group Plans
Full Agenda
For Weekend
Highlighting the International
Center's weekend schedule will be
a discussion of the Afro-Asian
Conference.
Prof. Srlnivasan, visiting politi-
cal science lecturer from India will
lead an analysis of the Bandung,
Indonesia, meeting at 8 p.m. to-
day at the Center.
Tomorrow afternoon the Philip-
pine Club plans a reception from
4 to 5 p.m. for Roland Garcia, of
the Philippine Office of Foreign
Affairs.
A Thai Party will be held at
Lane Hall from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
tomorrow. Open to the public, it
will feature movies of Thailand,
and will include traditional and
social dancing.
Movies about Israel will wind up
the weekend program. They will
be shown at 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Center.
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of activities for affiliates, will be
the presentation of the IFC Ball,
"Venetian Holiday," from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. today in the League Ball-
room.
Setting the atmosphere for
Claude Thornhill's orchestra will
be decorations valued at $1,500
which were originally used at a
swimming pool party in Birming-
ham.
The band will man a 50-foot
gondola against a'60-foot mural
lepicting a street scene in Venice.
Ticket-takers will be dressed in
costumes of gondoliers.
Posters Provide Background
Colorful travel posters will pro-
vide the background as Red John-
son's band plays for dancing in
the Hussey Room.
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased either from individual
fraternity presidents or at the
door.
Thornhill is noted for his piano
stylings and the classical touch
he has given to modern music.
Voted "The Band of the Year" in
1948, he and his band are cur-
rently recording for two compan-
ies. Among his latest record re-
leases are two albums, "Invitation
to the Dance" and "George Ger-
shwin Songs."
Providing intermission enter-
tainment, Larry Grayson, young
singing star, will deliver two of his
latest recordings "Just Because I
Love You" and "House of Love."
Splash Party Sponsored
Bringing Greek Week activities
to a close, Panhellenic Association
will sponsor a sorority splash par-
ty from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow in
the women's pool.
Coeds are asked to wear their
Inter-Guild
Inter-Guild, an organization
represented by the Protestant
religious groups on campus, will
hold its annual spring party at
8:30 p.m. today at the Metho-
dist Church.
Special guests for the party
will include International stu-
dents. The program will be led
by Raja Nasr, graduate student
from Lebanon. Students will
have an opportunity to parti-
cipate in the songs, dances,
stories and games as they are
presented by the International
students.
Square dancing will be a fea-
tured attraction for the eve-
ning.

own bathing suits and are request-
ed to come in small groups, be-
cause *only 100 swimmers may be
accommodated in the pool at once.
Bridge Tourney Winners
Another feature of Greek Week
was a duplicate bridge tourna-
ment held Tuesday in the League.
Delta Upsilon and Delta Delta Del-
ta copped top honors.
Joanne Yates and Ann Milligan
won the first place sorority cup
while Fred Hohwart and Charles
Dorries topped all fraternity men
for the DU's.

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Starfish Lighten Scene
This school of fish will be led_
by a schoolmistress, complete with
bustle. Two starfish will lighten
the atmosphere and catfish and
rainbow fish will playfully frisk
together.
The roles of the starfish will be
performed by Evelyn Jacoby and
Barbara Sorscher. Edith White
and Elaine Braverman will take
the parts of the rainbow fish.
Ballet club officials remarked
that "a solemn and beautiful note
will be provided by dances of the
seaweed, a mermaid, a pearl, and
a spirit of the wind and the
waves."
These characters will be portray-
ed by Margaret Heizman, Norma
Gottleib, Beth Greene and Miss
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