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TUESDAYNOVtMBER 15, 1955

THE MCMGAN DAILY

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TUESflAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE
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ISA To Give
Annual Ball,
.Monte Carlo
French Atmosphere,
Casino To Set Mood
At 'Soiree d'Or' Dance
Operating the only gambling
casino on campus, the Interna-
tional Students' Association will
present the fifth annual Monte
Carlo Ball, "La Soiree d'Or," from
9 p.m. to midnight Friday at the
Union Ballroom.
The floor show, which will re-
main a mystery to everyone who
fails to attend the dance, will-be
completely French in atmosphere.
The committee has promised en-
tertainment that even native
Frenchmen would have difficulty
in excelling.
Roulette wheels and candle-lit
tables will give the ballroom the
mood of a casino.
Gambling Parlor.
Another room will be converted
into a gambling parlor with var-+
Iousgames of.chance where couples
will try their skill using mock
money.
The night club atmosphere will
be heightened by cigarette girls in
typical night club costumes who
will circulate through the rooms
during the dance.
Soft drinks and candy will be
sold at a refreshment bar in anr
adjoining room.
International Music
The Serenaders, a band that is
known on campus for its perform-
ances at various .fraternity and
sorority parties, will supplement
the floor show with international
music.
Members of the Association have
been working hard to make their
dance a success. John Maassab,
a student from Syria, is chairman
of. the entire program.
Orvilla Gregg, from the United'
States, is in charge of publicity,
costumes, and the floor show and
Sundu. Malkani, an Indian stu-
dent, is responsible for the game
room.
Troops of others, both foreign-
ers and Americans, will be assist-
jng these three.
The first Monte Carlo Ball in
1950 was given by American stu-
dents through the French Club
and was sponsored by the I.S.A.

BAND, DANCERS, SINGERS:
Wolverine Club Plans OSU Rally

In preparation for the Michigan-
Ohio State game this week-end,
the Wolverine Club has planned
what is hoped will be the largest
pep rally in University history,
to be held at 8:15 pam. Friday in
front of the Union.
A varied program' of cheering
and entertainment has b e e n
planned to last until 9:30 p.m. At
this time, the Marching Band, aid-
ed by the cheerleaders and a pre-
cision squad of 12 girls, will lead"
the procession to Ferry Field.
The Wolverine Club has suc-
ceeded in securing a varied group
of entertainers for the rally.
Hawaiian Group
The Hawaiian Beachcombers,
who have already appeared this
year at Zeta.bleta Tau and Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity parties and
the Hawaiian Club social, will
present a varied program of songs
including the "Hawaiian War
Chant" and other island favor-
ites.
Andy White, a tap dancer who
has entertained throughout cam-
pus will also be featured.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority,
winners of last year's Lantern
Night Sing will present some light
numbers and take-offs on popular
songs.

coach will be present to talk to
the assembled audience.
Robert Trost and John Schu-
beck, in addition to presenting a
comedy sketch of their own, will
also be assisting the head toast-
master, Dick Balzhlser.
After the rally, several informal
record dances will be held for all
students and dates who attend.
There will also be open houses
held at the League, the Union
Little Club, a few fraternities, all
the quadrangles, and Alice Lloyd
and Mosher dormitories.

In case of excessively inclement
weather the rally will be can-
celled.
The -rally is intended not only
to encourage and cheer on the
football team, but it is also desig-
nated to entertain University stu-
dents, visiting guests and their
dates.
The Wolverine Club urges the
cooperation of the entire student
body in helping to make this rally
one of which Michigan can be
proud.

CORRECTION.
The ad which appeared in Sunday's Michigan Daily
advertising a contest offering free lunch 4or a week at
Red's Rite Spot was not inserted by anyone connected
with Red's and did not express the wishes of either the
proprietor or his employees concerning such a contest.
RED'S RITE SPOT

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THIS WAS IT... One of the scenes from the 1954 Michigras
movie which will be shown at the mass meeting scheduled for
7:15 today in the Union Ballroom,
Synchronized Swimmers
To Highlight Aquatic Show

DRESSES

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ON FOREST
Just off South U.

The first annual Aquatic Festi-
val will be held from Nov. 24 to 26
in the Women's Pool, co-sponsor-
ed by Women's Physical Education
Department and the International
Academy of Aquatic Art.
-About fifty highly selected syn-
chronized swimmers from all over
the country are expected
The team of twenty-four mem-
bers from Petersboro, Canada that
won the symnchronized swimming
competition in the 1955 Pan Am-
erican games will also participate.
Both men and women will take
part in the festival. Their en-
tries will be placed in four
classes: impressionistic, classical,
contemporary and novelty.
The International Academy of
Aquatic Art was organized with
three major purposes in mind.
They wanted an aquatic medium
for artistic expression and they
wished this expression to be vi-
talized in an academic environ-
ment.
Thirdly, they wanted to inter-
est the peoples of the world in
participating in the development
of aquatic art.
While the festival is being held
the pool will be closed during reg-

ular swimming periods on No-
vember 24, 25 and 26, including
faculty night. However, the sched-
uled Co-recreational Night will be
held from 7:15 until 9:15 p.m. on
Saturday, Nov. 26.

Coming
Down!

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Exciting collection
of Fashion-wise Dresses for
Day Time and Dance Time

Coach To Talk
For the first time in pep rally
history, football players and a
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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orig. were 39.95 to 75.00
3 groups of HATS
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orig. were to 10.95
Campus Toggery Specials
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group of JACKETS-SKIRTS
ORLON SWEATERS -5.00
group of Wool Jumpers - 9.00

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$5.50 for the remainder of the school year
$2.25 for the remainder of the semester

Events Around Campus

For more information come to the
MICHIGAN BELL
TELEPHONE CO.

$1.00 extra if mailed

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JGP-There will be a meeting
of the JGP central committee at
5 p.m. today in the League.
FENCING CLUB-Members of
the Fencing Club will meet at 5:10
p.m. today in the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
BALLET CLUB-Members of the
Ballet Club will meet at 7 p.m. to-
day in Barbour Gynnasiufn. Busi-
ness meeting will be at 7:50 p.m.
with dance rehearsals at 8 p.m.

SOPH SCANDALS-There will
be a meeting of the Soph Scan-
dals decorations committee at 7
p.m. today at the League.
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ALPHA LAMBDA -DELTA-Al-
pha Lambda Delta, national fresh-
man women's honorary,. will hold
its first meeting of the year at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
* * s
GREEK WEEK-Panhellenic pe-
titions for Greek Week should be
turned in to the League Under-
graduate Office by tomorrow noon.

Call NO 2-3241 today

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