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F UDAF, MAY 13, 1955





Stage Show
To Highlight
Annual Dance
Temple, Eiffel Tower
To Lend Atmosphere
To International Ball
Scenes from Thailand, Turkey,
France and Egypt will set the
scene for the International Ball
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
morrow at the Union Ballroom.
Lending to the "Travel Around
the World" theme will be models
depicting a Turkish castle, a
Buddhist temple, the Eiffel tower
and a pyramid.
Warny Ruhl and his orchestra
will provide dance music for cou-
ples in native costumes and semi-
formal dress.
Highlighting the evening will be
an intermission program relating
to the theme.
} Turkey's Top Crooner
Turkey's top crooner, Celal Ince,
singing popular American songs,
will be featured vocalist.
The Philippine Club and the
Ukranian Club of the University
will present folk dances. Bagpipe
music will be provided by mem-
bers of the Scottish Club.
The Ukranian Students Club
performed last night at the In-
ternational Pageant held at Pat-
tengill Auditorium in Ann Arbor
High School.
Tickets for the dance may be
obtained at the Administration
Building and at the International
Marks 13th Year
Tomorrow will mark the 13th
year of the annual International
Ball. At first it was the only event
on campus honoring foreign stu-
In an effort to call attention to
the dance, an entire week was
proclaimed by the University as
International Week.
Michigan State College also
adopted the tradition of setting
aside a certain week to honor for-
eign students. The dates usually
coincided with the dates an-
nounced at the University.
This year Governor Williams
has made International Week a
statewide function.
Exhibit Continues
All profits from the dinner, pag-
eant, and the dance will go to the
emergency fund for foreign stu-
Today and tomorrow are the last
two days of the International Ex-
hibit currently being held at the
Center. Art work, costumes, leath-
er goods, and jewelry loaned by
students, members of the faculty
and international students' clubs,
are being displayed.
International Week is sponsored
by the International Student's As-
sociation, the International Cen-
ter and the Junior Chamber of




Religious Groups To Gather

Honorary Reveals New Members

Alpha Lambda Delta, national
freshman women's scholastic hon-
orary, has announced its new
Freshman coeds receiving at
least a 3.5 scholastic average in-
clude Jacqueline Milne Allen, Car-
ol Ann Armey, Lorraine Coon As-
prin, Christiene Joan Baker and
Alice Elizabeth Bien;
Alma Louise Bittrich, Judith
Charlian Bordin, Joan Carol Chi-
dester, Nancy Jane Colwell, Chris-
tine Ann Culp, Eleanor Louise
Dorn, Mary Ann Dwan, Trenna
Deane Edmonson and Katherine
Nancy Lee Endsley, Marcia Gale
Flucke, Suzanne Friedman, Joan
Gassaway, Judith Sue Geeting,
Naomi Gail Goldman, Joan Gruc-
za, Judith Ann Guest, Ruth Paula
Halushka, Joan Temple Jackson
and Ethel Margaret Johnston;
List Continues
Elizabeth Marshall Kay, Carol
Jean Kinzie, Darlene Ann Knops,
Patricia Clara Koch, Amalia Ann
Kott, Ethel Kovitz, Lorraine Mary
Leonelli, Mary Lou Levy, Barbara
Joan Lewis, Janeen Dorothy Lewis
and Janet Marie Love;
Margaret Jewell Love, Carol
Marjorie McKillop, Patricia Ann

Mehl, Joyce Eileen Mendenhall,
Lucy Marie Miller, Janet Lois
Neary, Rima Jean Nickell, Ralene
Marie Orcutt and Nancy Rae
Elizabeth Ann Palmer, Nancy
May Pletta, Patricia Faye Rey-
nolds, Eliot Randal Rowland, Jo
Anne Scharbat, Virginia Mary
Shapoe, Naomi Fern Sheiner, Ju-
dith Silverman, Sally Virginia
Smith and Jeannette Margaret
Other Initiates
Marilyn Beverly Tobin, Charlene
Kay Toman, Nelita Ann True, Lola
Pauline VanSchoick, Norma Hall
VanTuyl, Suzanne Gail Verb, Jan-

et Colleen Voyce, Doris Norma
Wacker, Carey Gail Wall and
Paula Ann Wallach;
Reba Renee Watson, Betty Jane
Watts. Nancy Margaret Willard,
Kathryn Anne Wilson and Joan
Goddard Yarrow.
The initiation ceremony and
elections of officers will be held at
9 a.m. Sunday, May 22 in the Un-
ion. It will be followed by a break-
fast to honor the new and the out-
going officers of Alpha Lambda
Heading the group for the past
year have been Barbara Clark,
president; Virginia Cook, vice-
president; Jane Fowler, secre-
tary, and Kathy Adams, treasurer.

Judson Collins Camp near Un-
stead will be the site of the annual
spring planning conference which
is sponsored by the Student Reli-
gious Association.
Guilds attending are asked to
report to Lane Hall the number go-
ing today.
Besides offering a chance for
camping, the conference erves as
an opportunity for 22 student reli-
gious organizations to arrange

their schedules for the coming
year. At least 10 hours have been
set aside for this purpose.
There will also be discussions,
including a speech by Gayrand
Willmore, secretary or the Stu-
dent Christian Movement of the
Middle Atlantic States.
Services will be held for the
Jewish students today and for the
Christian students on Sunday.

It's Friday the 13th

-Daily-Gerald Taylor
'YOU ALL COME'-East Quad coeds, Penny Adams, Sara Gu-
lette, Marie DeWitt, Mary Clagett, Ann Stuart, Raya Stern, and
Elizabeth Snyder are shown with Paul McDonough after they
did a skit publicizing the Quad spring formal to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow. McDonough will be one of the enter-

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The Delta Upsilon house will be
converted into a southern planta-
tion tomorrow night for a lawn
A waterfall, Chinese lanterns,
a fountain and music by Frank
Rice and his orchestra will set the
mood for the DU's guests,,who will
include President Harlan H.
Hatcher, Regents of the Univer-
sity, Deans and fraternity presi-
dents. Southern cordial glasses will,
be given out as favors.
Sarongs, grass skirts, straw huts,
and jungle atmosphere will set thej
scene for the Phi Gamma Delta
grass skirt party.
To Head West
Go west, young man! That's
exactly where the Beta Theta Pi's

and their dates are going tomor-
row. Starting with a hayride in
the afternoon to be followed by a
picnic supper, the guests will re-
turn to the house in western cos-
tumes for a record dance..
Calling all coeds! Don't be
alarmed by huge, black footprints
implanted on your sorority or resi-
dence hall steps. This is just an
advertisement for the Alpha Tau
Omega "Blackfoot Ball" to be heldi
tomorrow night at the League
ballroom. Guests will include
members of Sigma Nu fraternity
and will climax a series of friendly
rivalries between the two houses.
Mermaids, fish nets, treasure
chests, fish mobiles, and driftwood
will surround the guests that are
attending the Stockwell-Gomberg
semi-formal dance, "Off Shore,"
tomorrow night.
Medical Theme
All Zeta Beta Tau members
and dates were accepted by the
University medical school, that is,
just for tomorrow night. Doctors,
dentists, and nurses will invade the
house for the ZBT's medical cos-
tume party. Harry Gaine's band
will be featured.
Pledge and spring formals will
highlight the weekend for many
fraternities and sororities.
Phi Sigma Delta, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Theta Xi, Alpha Epsilon Pi,
Sigma Delta Tau, Tau Delta Phi,
Triangle, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta
Tau Delta and Kappa Sigma will
be among the houses holding their
formals this weekend.

Panhel Sends
New Pol icy
For Approval
At the Panhellenic Association
delegates meeting Wednesday, a
policy regarding serenades to af-
filiated women was formulated and
sent to the Dean of Women for
final approval.
Under the new arrangement, the
woman being serenaded may leave
the group and go out on the porch
or lawn at that point when she is
part of the ceremony.
She is allowed a "reasonable"
time of approximately five min-
utes and then must return into
the house.
If she is a pledge or a member
living outside of the house, only
she may come to the house and
become the focal point of the ser-
enade. She must then return home
by taxi, but under the new plan,
may be escorted by the man.
On weekends, the coed may get
overnight permission to stay at
the sorority.
Women in an annex may come
to the house for the duration of a
serenade and must return immedi-
ately afterwards.
It was also announced that pe-
titioning for Panhellenic Ball posts
will continue until tomorrow, with
interviews being held next week.


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CO-REC NIGHT - Co-recrea-
tional night will be held from 7 to
10:30 p.m. today in the I-M Build-
* * *
HILLEL-Services will be con-
ducted by Alpha Epsilon Pi at 7:15
p.m. today in the main chapel.
* * *
members will present their spring
synchronized swimming perform-
ance, "The Big Plunge," at 8 p.m.
today and at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the Women's Pool.




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