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SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1956

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SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI 1173

Two Bands To Play at IHC Dance

Playing danceable music at the
Inter-House Council dance, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day in the League Ballroom, will be
members of the Ann Arbor Alley-
cats and Hal Singer and his Orch-
estra.
On the trombones of the Hal
Singer aggregation will be Jim
Hubbard, Ray Young and Gordon
McCarture, while Dave Lorch will
play the baritone saxophone.
Emerson Head will play the bass
for the orchestra. Strumming a
guitar will be Skeeter Tepruelli,
as Ralph Roberts takes over the
drums.
Alleyeats To Play
In the Ann Arbor Alleycats quin-
tet, Carl Reilly will play the trom-
bone; Ernie Mercuril, piano; Bob
Shanahan, trumpet; Jim Gold-
berg, drums and John Berwald,
clarinet.
Specialty of the Alleycats is
Dixieland jazz, which they will
play in-between danceable num-
bers. The group has been in opera-
tion for six years.
During intermission, the Friars
Octet from the Men's Glee Club
will sing.
'Rite of Spring'
Theme of the annual semi-for-
mal dance will be "The Rite of
Spring," combining moods of
spring and St. Patrick's Day.
Women attending will be given
rose corsages at the dance.
A photographer will be on hand
to take pictures of the couples.
Eachcouple will be required to pay
Sfor their picture at the dance.
Tickets on Sale
Tickets for the affair will be on
sale from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomor-
row through Friday in the Ad-
ministration Building.
General chairman of the IHC
dance is Drake Duane. Tom Frank
and Jim Lambert will take charge
of decorations.
Publicity co-chairmen are Lam-
bert and Duane.
Tom Martin will arraige eter-
taibment, while Dick Pomp an will
take charge of tickets and pro-
grams.
Coeds To Model
In Fashion Show
Sponsored by ISA
Coeds interested in modeling in
a fashion show sponsored by the
International Students' Associa-
tion, may come between 1 and 5
p.m. Wednesday to the Ann Arbor
Room of the League for further
information.
Ten .women will be needed to
model the American fashions,
which will comprise approximately
half of the ,show. Coeds who have
had. some experience in this field
' are also needed to direct.
The fashion show will be one of
thekhighlights of International
Week and will be held Wednesday,
May 9 and Thursday, May 10 in
the Ballroom of the Union.
Date of the mass meeting for all
interested in helping on other
committees will be announced
later.
Women who are interested in
modeling but are unable to go to
the Ann Arbor Room at the speci-
fied times, may contact Elinor
Richer, Sandy Scheele or Mai Lan
Lee at NO 2-3225.
International Week will begin
Monday, May 7.

-Daily-Jim Owens
DANCE PREPARATIONS--Jim Lambert, Tom Martin, Dick Pom-
plan and Drake Duane are busy putting up a mobile and poster
announcing the coming IHC dance, "The Rite of Spring," to be
held from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Saturday in the League Ballroom.
Michigras Booths May Use
Larger Size in Wall Boarding

Three Groups
Will Award
Scholarships
Campus Organizations
To Announce Winners
At Installation Night
Three campus organizations are
offering five scholarships of 100
dollars each for women students.
Applications for the scholarships
may be picked up and turned in
at the League Undergraduate Of-
fice.
Scholarship winners will be an-
nounced at Installation Night.
* * *
Ethel McCormick .. .
Interested junior women may
petition for three Ethel McCor-
mick scholarships of 100 dollars
each.
Tley will be awarded on the
basis of a coed's leadership ability,
as shown in the participation of
campus activities, character and
scholarship.
Applications for the awards may
be picked up until Friday. Coeds
may sign up for interviews be-
tween tomorrow and Friday.
Recommendations should be sent
to Erika Erskine at 722 Forest St.
or to the Women's League.
* * *
Mortar Board .. .
A scholarship of 100 dollars will
be awarded to a junior woman by
Mortar Board, all-campus senior
women's honorary.
It will be given on the basis
of scholarship, campus activities
and financial need.
Petitions may be picked up at
any time and must be turned in
by 5 p.m. Friday.
Interviewing will be held from
7 to 10 a.m. Monday, March 19 in
the League.
* * *
Senior Society -. .
Senior Society, independent sen-
ior women's honorary, is offering
a 100 dollar scholarship for women
who are second semester juniors
or first semester seniors.
The coed must have a two-point
overall average.
The scholarship will be awarded
on the basis of need, leadership
and service to the University.
Applications will be due Wed-
nesday, March 28. Interviewing
will be held Tuesday, April 10 and
Wednesday, April 11.
Reception Today
James A. Lewis, VicePresi-
dent of University Affairs, will'
be the special guest of the In-
dian Students Association re-
ception at 7:30 p.m. today in
the International Center.
The reception will include a
program of Indian entertain-
ment and an address by Robert
Klinger, director of the Inter-
national Center.
Movies shown will be "Our
Good Earth," "Hindustan" and
"Seven Pagodas."

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THIS WEEK FRIDAY
MARCH 16
We will have a trunk showing by
Mr. Jerry Carmen, of the complete
spring and summer line of
Lanz of California
There will be informal modeling all day Friday
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Booth representatives in the 1956
Michigras may now obtain larger
wall boarding than was originally
planned.
Order blanks for supplies are
due at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the
Michigras office in the Union.
Representatives who wish to order
this pan ling, must add it to their
blanks afore they are handed in.
Lynne Garver, co-chairman of
booths, said that four-by-12 sheets
of paneling are now available, in
addition to the four-by-eights.
Helps Constructionf
"Since booths under the bal-
cony in the Field House are 12
feet high," she explained, "larger
sheets willmake construction easi-
er.
"To calculate how many sheets
a booth will require," Miss Gar-
ver continued, "figure how many
running feet the front and sides
have to cover and divide by four."
Miss Garver remarked that the
new boards are available ingreen
and ivory. The three-sixteenths
inch size will be the only one or-
dered.
Bends Easily
"It bends easily for contours as
long as they are not too abrupt,"
she added.
Representativds , who have any
questions may call Ron Malin' sup-
ply chairman at NO 2-2531.
There will be three main types
of booths: show, refreshments and
skill. They will be judged on such
criteria as originality, selling abil-
ity and carnival spirit.
Trophies To Be Given
Trophies will be awarded to win-
ning booths and parade floats
entered in Michigras.
All proceeds netted from this
weekend of fun and entertainment
will go to charity.
The two-day event will be pre-
sented Friday, April 20 and Sat-
urday, April 21, with late permis-

sion of 1:30 a.m. being provided'
for women students both nights.
Many Petitions
From the organizations petition-
ing for booths, 33 were accepted
and will be appearing in Yost
Field House.
These include 12 show booths,
eight refreshment booths and 13
skill booths.
Booths co-chairmen are Miss
Garver and Charles Wood.

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FROSH WEEKEND-The Blue
team program committee will meet
at 7 p.m. today in the League.
The Maize team floorshow com-
mittee will meet at 8:30 p.m. today
in the League.
* * *
SOCIAL CHAIRMAN-A semi-
nar for social chairmen, sponsored
by IHC and ADC, will be held at
7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 38 of the
Union.
* * *
PANHEI.-Petitions for Panhel
offices are due at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the Undergraduate Office
of the League.
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SENIOR SOCIETY-Members of
Senior Society will meet at 9 p.m.
tomorrow in the League.
* * *
MICHIGRAS - Counseling for
Michigras refreshment booths will
be held at the scheduled times
from 3:15 to 5:15 p.m. Tuesday
in Rm. 3A of the Union.

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