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R 11, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Danny Russo And His Orioles Will Play For Union, Formal

Oct. 25

Limited Ticket
Supply Goes
On SaleToday
Women Will Not Have Late
Permission For Friday
Night Dance
The sixth annual Union Formal will
be held Friday night, Oct. 25 in the
Union ballroom with Danny Russo
and his famous Orioles furnishing
the music for the ball it was an-
nounced by Union officials late last
night.
Tickets for the dance are priced at
two dollars and are to go on sale
today. Students may procure them
either at the Union desk or from
members of the Union executive
council. John C. McCarthy, '36, re-
cording secretary, who is in charge of
tickets, stated that the number sold
would be limited to approximately
300 and that membership cards would
have to be presented upon purchase
of the tickets.
Well-Known In Chicago
Russo and his Orioles are recog-
nized by many as "one of the most
versatile bands in the country," and
Russo has for many years been known
for his orchestra. He got his start
in 1920 and played for a five year
run at the Edgewater Beach Hotel
in Chicago, a hotel noted for its
outstanding dance orchestras.
A few years ago, because of a sud-
den illness Russo was forced to quit
and his band was disorganized. It
was only in 1931 that he reorganized
it and according to reports his pres-
ent band has surpassed his former
orchestra in popularity.
Featured On Networks
For the past four years Russo has
been featured on both the Columbia
and National Broadcasting networks
and has played at numerousncollege
parties in various parts of the nation.
Last year he played at the Brigade
Ball held by the R.O.T.C. at Ohio
State University. He has also made
extensive recordings and has written
numerous song hits.
Many well-known band leaders
have originally played with Russo,
some of whom were Ted Fio-Rito,
Vi&tOr Young, Mark Fisher and Nick
Lucas.
Union officials emphasized the ne-
cessity of buying tickets early be-
cause of the limited amount placed,
on. sale. Late permission for women7
will not be granted, officials said, be-7
cause of the fact that Saturday
classes had come to effect most stu-
dents and because the question of re-
vising women's hours was pending be-
fore the various sorority and inde-
pendent women's groups.
Tickets For Dance
Are Partially Sold
More than one third of the tickets
available for the Interfraternity Ball,
to be given Nov. 1, have been either
sold or reserved, Paul W. Philips,
secretary of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil, announced last night.
A complete coverage of fraternity
houses is being made by George W.
Cosper, Frank J. Simes, Charles A.
Fenzel, Gilbert S. Smith, Earl W.
Morrow, all committee chairmen,
George R. Williams, president of the
council offices, Room 306, Union, dur-
ing the afternoon.
'BACK TO FARM' FOR COLORS
PARIS, Oct. 10. - (A) - Paris has
gone "down on the farm" for the
names of some of its new winter
colors. Schiaparelli has launched this
season "hen" brown (a medium
brown), "frog" green (a vivid green)

and "coxcomb"gred (a brilliant scar-
let).
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DRESSES
Timely for the football
enthusiast and dressy z
enough for the dinner
and dance that follows.
Sizes 12 - 20 at
14.95
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To Play At Formal

Danny Russo, whose sand has I
played at the leading dances of col-
leges located in various parts of the
country, will bring his popular Or-
ioles to play for the Sixth Annual
Uhion Formal, Oct. 25.
Phi Sigma Kappa
Entertains Alumni
Gale Sterling, '34, was elected pres-
ident of Phi Sigma Kappa at a meet-
ing held early this fall. The other
officers chosen were Francis Marcero,
'37, vice-president, Herbert Stevens,
'35, recording secretary, Clark Tee-
garden, '35, treasurer, and Robert
Sullivan '36, steward.
Among the alumni returning this
week are Justin Weaver, '29, John
Pritchard, '34, Robert Lamb, '34,
Robert Curtis, '34, and Frederick
Lyons '29, all of Detroit; and Albert
Cooper, '33, Dev Barger, '29, and
Colton Park, '35, all of Gross Pointe.

League Houses
Are Petitioned
ByAssembly
Members Of Each Zone
Will Meet To Choose
New Representatives
More than 50 women representing
every league house on the campus
held a meeting at 4:15 p.m. yesterday
in the Ethel Fountain HIussey room
of the League to partition all houses
into zones for the election of Assem-
bly representatives.
Each of the seven zones is com-
posed of approximately six league
houses or forty-five women, according
to Maureen Kavanagh, '36, president
of the Assembly. This season will
mark the third year in the existence
of this organization for independent
women.
The first zone is to include the fol-
lowing houses: Augpurger, Coon,
Duff, McClain, Wagner, Wilson, and
Stapleton; while the second district
is composed of Carney, Curtis, Tuller
and Vogt.
The group decided to place the As-
man, Austin, Feiner, Jeffery, Gorton,
and Rock houses in the third zone.
The Andrus, Icheldinger, Radford,
Swaney and Wilson houses will make
up the fourth zone, with the Dey,
Foster, Keppel, McEachran, Mitchell,
Pray, and Shauman houses in the
fifth zone.
The sixth district is to include the
Dunlap, Holcomb, Reeves, Stone-
burner, Wood, and McNeill houses,
the seventh is to be composed of
the Bannasch, Clark, Gorman, Stead-
man and Wolf houses.-
Within the next two weeks a meet-
ing is to be held of every person
in each zone. At this time two repre-
sentatives will be elected to the Board
of the Assembly, and one person to,
the W.A.A. Board.7

CHAPTER HOUSE
ACTIVITY NOTES

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Tournament Will Open
With Singles Alatehes,
The opening games of the tennis
ournament are scheduled to be
played off Monday, Oct. 14, in single:
matches. A bulletin of the players
st posted in the Women's Athletic
Euildng, Jane Quirk has made out
he chart to be followed.

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Fraternities and sororities are busy r
entertaining guests this week. These4
are returning alumni who came for
formal rushing and weekend guests
here to attend the Indiana game.
Phi Kappa Tau t
William Mosher, '36E, a member
of Phi Kappa Tau, has as guests
this week end his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Mosher, Tonawanda, N. Y.
Phi Mu Alpha
Members of Phi Mu Alpha are en-
tertaining Gordon Packer, '28, Kala-
mazoo, for the week-end.
Phi Sigma Delta
Among the alumni who returned
to the Phi Sigma Delta house this
week to participate in rushing were
several from Detroit: William Isen-
berg, Simon Shetzer, Lou Schoenfelt,
Arthur Purdy, Michael Katze, Mer-
vin Levy, Eugene Rich, and Dr. Da-
vid Seligson. Other alumni who. vis-
ited were William Greenberg, Cleve-
land, Fred Sims and Eugene Sims,
Riger Rouge, Benjamin Desenberg,
Kalamazoo, Maurice Hauser, Flint,
and Francis Fynie Indianapolis.
Pi Beta Phi
Among the alumnae who returned
to the Pi Beta Phi house this week
to take part in rushing were Mary
McCarthy, '34, Coldwater, Gertrudej
Jean, '36, Grand Rapids, Harriet
Greenwood '35 Youngstown O., Janice
Rice, '35, and Mary Fitzpatrick, '34,
both of Ann Arbor..

All members of the merit system
committee are requested to report at
4 p.m. today in the League. Anyone
who is unable to attend the meeting
should call Ruth Sonenstine, at 2281
as soon as possible. The place of the
meeting will be poste don the bulletin
board early today.
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Thirsty, e

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Merit Committee Asked
To Report In League

PRESENTS

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IN THE UNIVERSAL PICTURE

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in 15 minutes and
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I've heard so much
about!"

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124 South Main Street Telephone 4171

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Lege

Lydia Mendelsschn Theater: Art
Cinema League presents 'Man of
Aran,' at 8 p.m. tonight and Satur-
day night.
Theaters: Whitney, "After the
Dance" with Nancy Carroll and
"Champaign for Breakfast" witht
Mary Carlisle; Wuerth, "The Man]
on the Flying Trapeze" with W. C.I
Fields and "Cimarron" with Rich-
ard Dix; Majestic, "The Big Broad-
cast of 1936" with Bing Crosby;
Michigan "The Gay Deception" with
Francis Lederer.
Lectures: English Journal Club lec-
ture, "Murder and Shipwreck in Old
Irish Law" by Prof. John A. Rein-
hard, at 4:15 p.in., Michigan League.
Exhibitions: Water color sketches,
students of Prof. Myron B. Chapin's
summer class, open 9:00 to 5:00 p.m.,
ground floor corridor, Architectural
Building.
Dancing: Silver Grill of the
League; Union Ballroom; Chubb's;
and Hut Cellar.

EDWARD PIERCE ELECTED
Edward G. Pierce was elected presi-
dent of the dental college junior class
in elections held yesterday morning.
Other officers are: Albert Simmons,
vice-president; Richard Curtis, secre-
tary; A. E. Miller, treasurer; Charles
Curdy, J-Hop chairman and Delos
Kervin, chairman of the Dental
Dance.
Executive Committee
Denies Indebtedness

Presents the

Silver Grill

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or run. You can eat, drink, even kiss all you like, the
rich flattering color of Tussy Lipstick lasts and
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smooth, too, for Tussy Lipstick is
made on a healing softening base
that prevents dryness and wrinkles.
Shades:Apricot, Flame, Raspberry,
Rose Coral and Tea Rose.
$100
TUSS

BALLROOM

In answer to statements which
have been falsely made concern-
ing the indebtedness of Alpha
Gamma Delta, the executive com-
mittee of Panhellenic wishes to
announce that that c roritycar-
ries one of the smallest debts of
any group on the campus.
Signed,
Executive Cemmittee of
Panhellenic.

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Every Friday and
Saturday Night.

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Genuine Silver kid
*White Satin
Black Velvet

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