31 1958 TEMICHIGAN DAILY
BAND TO ACCOMPANY:
Varsity Night To Feature Jacoby
.Taking the "Varsity Night" stage
at 8:30 p.m, tonight in Hill Aud.
will be the Michigan Marching
Band, as accompaniment to trum-1
pet virtuoso Don Jacoby.
In a professional career that be-
gan when he was nine years old,
Jacoby has continued his appear-
ances before symphony orchestras,
dance bands, and student clinics.1
As a guest and regular perform-;
er, Jacoby has played with the
Edwin Franko Goldman Band,
Andre Kostelanetz, Nathan Mil-
stein, Fritz Kreisler, Tommy Dor-
sey, Les Brown and Benny Good-
Ed Gagnier, '58, former mem-,
ber of the University gymnastics
team, will be featured in an "all
new" tumbling and juggling act.
Tonight's Varsity Night will be
the 20th annual show presented
by the University bands. Masters
of ceremonies will be John Schu-
baeck, '57 and Robert Trost, Grad.7
Included in tonight's program
will be James Edmonds and Walt
Baker playing a piano duet. Both
Unbossed voters who demand
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Re-elect United States Senator
CHARLES E. POTTER
Republican State Central Committee
ON STAGE-Tonight's presentation of "Varsity Night" will feature
the Michigan Marching Band, accompanying trumpet virtuoso
Don Jacoby. The event marks the 20th annual show, all sponsored
by the band.
are Oberlin College graduates and
are working on their doctorates in
Include Novelty Act
A novelty musical act, Gregory
and Cherie, will feature such in-
struments as a vacuum cleaner,
auto pump and the theremin. The
C-Farars, a male quartet, will sing
two selections, and many other
students from the 'University will
present songs and impersonations.
A monologue from "Tea House
of the August Moon" will also be
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Mock Olympic Games, to be
held Nov. 23, in connection with
the program for International
Week, have been tentatively sched-
uled, Bob Arnove, '59, chairman
of the international coordinating
committee, has announced.
American and foreiign students
and groups may sign up to parti-
cipate in the contests through In-
terfraternity Council, the individu-
al nationality groups or by con-
tacting the secretary at the Inter-
national Center, he said.
All application forms must be
returned to the International Cen-
ter by Monday, Arnove said.
The games, he explained, are
still - in the planning stage and
will not be definitely planned until
the amount of student interest is
Team events suggested by the
committee include a 440-yd. relay,
880-yd. relay, soccer and cricket
Arnove said teams have already
been established for an exhibition
cricket game, pitting students
from the British Commonwealth
agaiinst students from India.
Individual events include the
javelin throw, the broad Jump, the
cricket ball throw and other track
The committee would welcome
any ideas for contests offered by
students, Arnove said.
To Send Two
Most of the Panhellenic meet-
ing yesterday was devoted to a pro-
posal for sending two delegates
from each house to the meetings.
The idea was adopted from a
practice followed at Michigan
State University. The purpose of
having two delegates would be to
acquaint as many girls as possible
with the functions of Panhel.
It was decided that two dele-
gates to Panhel would be chosen
on a rotating basis so that each
could bring back her own inter-
pretation to her house.
This motion was than amended
to read that the houses would each
send two permanent delegates, as
the members felt it would be bet-
ter for more girls to know more
about the organization; One dele-
other, an underclassman, being
gate would be the president, the
chosen once every half year.
In this way the delegates would
be chosen in the general elections
of house officers and would also
be chosen once between elections.
The motion will go Into effect
when it is put into the constitution.
An additional Totion was car-
ried which stated there would ,be
one vote for each house if either of
its two permanent delegates were
present. If neither is present the
house would relinquish its vote.
The League Council has ap-
proved ten girls to fill the positions
that were open to petitioning this
fall, Jacqueline Efrusy, '61, of the
Interviewing and Nominating
Those appointed to League posi-
tions were Lynn Betts, '60, House
Committee chairman; Jo Ann
Hodgeman, '59, assistant treasurer;
and Betsy Barley, '60, Social Com-
The new members of the League
Community Service Committee are
Miriam Westrich, '61, Barbara
Court, '61, and Judy Humphrey,
Dance director for Junior Girls'
Play is Jean Fisack, '60; scenery
co-chairmen are Mary Ogden, '60,
and Sally Plym, '60, and the di-
rector is Karol Buckner, '60.
There will be a mass meeting for
JGP at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov.
12, in the Hussy Room of the
League, Miss Efrusey said.
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9:30 till 5:30
Visit our Forima
Continuing our Month-End Sale
With groups of Better
Dresses and Suits at $25.00
and $35.00 to $65.00.
Group Dresses Sale $10.00,
$14.98 and $19.98 . ,.
orig. $14.95 to $39.90.
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