Prepare To Dance
At Annual Festivities
Two professional schools of the
University will present their an-
nual dances Saturday.
Chancellor Court. .
Hear ye! Hear ye! The Chan-
cellor Court Ball will be held from
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Lawyer's
An annual event presented by
the Student Bar Association of the
University Law School, this semi-
formal dance will be open to law
students and their guests.
Earle Pearson's band will play,
and refreshments will be served.
The name of Chancellor's Ball
was chosen for this dance becausen
chancellors, under the old English
form of legal system, were persons
in charge of the court of equity.
This position is contrasted to
that of judges, although both
positions are found combined in
the present-day judicial system.
Odonto Ball . ..
The junior, class of the School
of Dentistry will present the 24th
annual Odonto Ball from 9 p.m.
to 1 .m. in the 'Union Ballroom.
"Let's Get Away From It All,"
will be given in honor of the grad-
uating seniors. -°The theme is
Hawaiian, and will be carried out
in decorations of palm trees, fish
pool and canoe.
Red Johnson's Band will play
for the dance. During intermis-
sion, students of the school will
present a magic act and show'
huiorous films of the school.
The Wolverine Molar Band, a
Dixieland band composed of mem-
bers of the school, will also enter-
Small gifts will be presented to
the seniors. The dance is open to
members of the School of Den-
tistry and their guests.
The dance received its name
from Odontos, the Greek word for
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"Parlez- vous francais?"
If the answer is "Oui, un peu,"
the Cercle Francais offers the
chance to develop the ability to
speak French and learn more
about French culture.
"A coffee hour is held on Tues-
day afternoons, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
where we sit around, relax, and
exchange our ideas in French,"
Roberta Richmond, '60, chairman
of the club, says.
Because new members often feel
To PreSen t
Office of Religious Affairs and
the Council. of Student Religious
Organizations 'are co-sponsoring a
Campus Workshop on Religion
March 22 to study five of the
world's major religions.
'Buddhism, Christianity, Hindu-
ism, Islam and Judaism will be
The .urpose of theworkshop,
open to all University students'
and faculty members, is twofold:
to provide for better understand-
ing of world religions and to pro-
vide for an opportunity for stu-
dents to discuss a common topic
of an inter-religious basis, Law-
rence Schlack, Grad., said.
From one to 3 p.m. in Aud. 'A,
Angell Hall tliere will be speakers
on each of the fields. Rabbi Harry
Essrig of Temple Emanu-El in
Grand Rapids will represent Juda-
Buddhism will be represented by
Prof. Richard Robinson, of the
University of Toronto, a Zen-Bud-
uneasy about speaking only
French, we plan to lyve a host or
hostess assigned to each student.
We will try to draw the members
into the conversation and help
them feel more at home," Miss
During the meetings, a variety
of interesting things occur.
Sometimes French films are
shown, and occasionally a guest:
lecturer will speak.
In the past, the club has heard
the director of the philosophy
department of the Sorbonne speak
Speaker on Art
Prof. Marvin J. Eisenberg of the
Fine arts department spoke on
French art at another meeting.
Another coming event is a din-
ner of French delicacies, followed
by a song fest of French melodies.
Once a year inWthe spring, a play
is presented by the French depart-
Members of the club have the
opportunity to act in the play or
assist in its production.
Any May Join
New members need not be ma-
joring in French. The club has a
diverse membership consisting of
thoge who are not continuing in
French, French students, students
from France and a graduate stu-
dent in mathematics.
"The only requirements for
membership are an active interest
in French and the ability to speakf
and understand it somewhat. The
purpose of the Cercle Francais is
to help new ,members speak and
understand French more easily,"
Miss Richmond remarked.
To become one of the club's
forty members, attend the next
meeting when it is announced.
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Executive Board of the Wolver-
ine Club has announced election
of new officers for the coming
President will be Joel Levine,
'60, previously chairman of the
club's special events committee.
Former pep rally chairman
Robert Baer, '60, will be executive
vice-president, and Judy Myers,
'60, will be administrative vice-
Club secretary will be Molly
Maxwell, '60, member of Delta
Gamma sorority. Tom Berkey, '60,
will serve as treasurer. Berkey is
a member of Theta Xi fraternity.
The new officers will serve until
Date of petitioning for com-
mittee chairmanships will be an-
nounced in the near future. Posi-
tions open include Block 'M' co-
chairmen, pep rally and events
chairman and publicity chairman.
The International Student Asso-
ciation will hold a mass meeting
for members and all students in-
terested in joining at 8 p.m. today
in Rm. 3KLM of the Union.
Since a recent amendment to
the ISA constitution made all stu-
dents eligible for membership,
Americans are "invited and want-
ed," George Romney, '61, ISA
publicity chairman says.
"The ISA gives students a great
opportunity to meet people from
To help us to help you on your spring
dance and mothers weekend favors,
stop in soon and see our selection.
other countries, to' learn about
their cultures, and to join in their
activities," Romney comments.
Chester Roberts Gifts
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