THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Seventh Annual UnionFormal To Be Held Friday, C
To Go On Sale
Friday, Oct. 17
Decorations To Have As Theme
Aspects, Activities Of Union;
Bill Sawyer To Provide Music
Officially opening the social season
for the year, the seventh annual
Union Formal will be held from 9:30
p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, Oct. 31, in the
main ballroom of the Michigan
The affair will be a dinner dance
with dinner being served at 10 p.m.
in the ballroom. Bill Sawyer, as-
sisted by vocalists Gwen Cooper and
novelty singer "Big John," has ar-
ranged to provide added entertain-
ment in the form of several special
features. Novel decorations will have
as a theme the various aspects and
activities of the Union.
Tickets To Be $2.50
In previous years, the Union For-
mal has been the first formal dance
of the year afld it is one of the few
formals that everyone may attend re-
gardless of class, school, or affilia-
tion. Tickets priced at $2.50 may be
obtained from members of the Union
Executive Council starting Friday.
Assisting general chairman Robert
Templin, '43, are the following mem-
bers of the Executive Council: Andy
Caughey, '43, Bob Burstein, '43, Jim
Edmunds, '43E, Ed Holmber, '43, .Bob
Matthews, '43, Ted Sharp, '43E, Andy
Skaug, '43, Bill Schoedinger, '43E,
and Don West, '43E.
West Quad Invites
To Informal Dance
All residents of women's dormitories
will be the guests of the West Quad
at a tea dance from 3 p.m. to,5 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 18. It will be held in
the main lounge.
This being the date of the North-
western game, the radio broadcast
maybe heard by those at the dance.
In addition, Bill Sawyer will bring
five pieces of his band to furnish
musicfor the rug-cutters and bridge
will also be a feature on the pro-
Those attending will include girls
from Mosher-Jordan, Betsy Barbour,
Stockwell, Helen Newberry, Adelia
Cheever and Alumnae House.
Twelve regional business cosult-
ants have ,recently been added to the
staff of the field service of the De-
partment of Commerce.
The Acquaintance Bureau will be
open from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tues-
days and Thursdays in the League
undergraduate offices instead of
every day, as stated yesterday in
Winners In Music School Contest)
WAA To Hold
At Union Pool
Swimming Meet Will Include
Diving And Free-Styde Events;
Sororities, Dormitories Enter
Churning the waters of the Union
Pool, University women will compete
for honors in an interhouse swim-
ming meet, sponsored by WAA, to
be held at 7:15 'p.m. Tuesday.
Entry blanks which have been sent
to all dormitories and sororities are
due by 3 p.m. today at Barbour Gym-
naium. Women who wish to partici-
pate in the event, but who do not
live in either unit, may sign on slips
on the bulletin boards at the Women's
Athletic Building or Barbour Gym-
Divers Will Compete
The following events will be held:
25 yard free style, breast stroke, back
stroke and sidestroke, and three 50
yard events for better swimmers-the
free-style, breast stroke and back
There will also be diving events, the
required dives being front, back, and
one which is optional. Two relays will
be held, one a free style relay which
is entered by four members of one
house, and the other a fun relay us-
ing a balloon, which also will have
four on the team.
Ballet To Perform
Included in the program are three
exhibition events, one in fancy diving,
one in water ballet and swimming
.rmationz. and one which will be a
huncus medley relay.
A col testant may not enter more
tun t'irce cvents, and each event
is finzal, ith five girls in each heat,
r7lmmig against time. The four
girls with the best times will then be
taken as the winners.
A fee of 10 cents will be charged
each swimmer for the use of the pool.
Anyone interested in practicing may
swim at 8:30 p.m. today in the Union
To Be Qiven
All freshmen on campus are in- I
vited to attend two informal mixer-
tea dances which will be held from
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today and tomor-
row in the League Ballroom. These
mixers are sponsored by P.A.C.I as
part of the freshman orientation pro-
Attendance will be regulated by*
urging groups to come on their re-
spective days: groups 1-10, 21-35,1
and 53-68 today and groups 11-20,
36-52, and 69-82 tomorrow. Women
will be admitted with their identifi-
cation cards, but men are asked to y
present 25 cents with their card. Ad- ,
visers must have their ribbons.
Herb Miller and his band will furn-
ish the dance music. Panhellenic
Association, Assembly, Congress and
Interfraternity Council are cooperat-
ing to present this opportunity of
meeting most of the class of '45. All BILL SAN
Football Tea Dance Bill Sawyer, in
W~il Be Sponsored doubt in anyone's mi
of the orchestra v
By Independent Men dancers at the Unic
and Saturday nig
A football mixer and dance will be however, we don't t'
sponsored by Congress, Independent doubt in your min
Men's Association, at the League Sat- about the hottest thi
urday afternoon during the North- dance bands that ev
western game, Sikh Che Tang. '42, phony devotee star1
social chairman anounced today. "Downbeat, the Mag
Dancing will begin at 2 p.m. one We haven't quite
hour before game time and will con- selves, just how the
tinue until the broadcast of the game He's defied just abo
starts. "Sure-Success" meth,
Numbered checks will be given with he has scorned sloga
all purchases of refreshments and struments, and still
Herb Miller, campus orchestra lead- as the top band in
er, will draw four tickets which will country.
entitle the holders to free admission Rules Out
to a week-end dance at the League. A few years ago
Coral DePriester, '43E, will be host vogue started for es
for Congress at the dance-mixer slogans. Every time
which is the first I.M.A. social affair the radio you'd he
of the school year. voice saying sometl
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SONGSTERS DONNA BAISCH, JOAN RUETTER, MARGARET MARTIN
Three golden-voiced Michigan co-
eds took the first step to fame and
fortune last night when they were de-
clared winners in the preliminary
contest of the School of Music-Hour
of Charm search for talent.
The three are Joan Reutter,
'43SM, Detroit; Margaret Martin,
'42SM, Ann Arbor, and Donna E.
Baisch, '42M, who competed with 27
other Michigan coeds in the contest
The three girls went to Detroit last
night, where recordings of their
voices were made. These recordings
will be sent to New York, where
members of the Hour of Charm All-
Girl Orchestra will listen to them,
Women Compete In Contest;
All Scores Must Be Submitted
"Fore" is now the password among
campus golfers at the University Golf
Course, for it was announced by Vir-
ginia Frey, '42E, that the annual
Women's fall golf tournament, spon-
sored by the Pitch and Putt Club, is
The tournament is open to any
undergraduate woman, and the only
requirement is that the contestant
turn in an attested score of one
round of 18 holes played at the Uni-
versity Golf Course to the general
office of Barbour Gymnasium.
Women's Team Planned
Purpose of the tournament is to
form the Michigan women's golf
team, which means that eight women
will be selected to represent the Uni-
versity in future inter-school play.
Members of the team will be privi-
leged to play without charge at the
University Golf Oourse any time they
No final date has been set for
handing in the golf scores but be-
cause of the shortness of the fall
season, contestants are urged to play
the one round as soon as possible.
For further information regarding
the tournament or the team, Mrs.
Stuart Hanley may be contacted at
Barbour Gymnasium or Miss rey at
To Be Given Today
An open demonstration and exhi-
bition of fencing will be given at 7:30
p.m. today at Barbour Gymnasium,
Mary Reichle, '43, in charge of the
Fencing Club has announced.
Those who haven't had any experi-
ence but are interested are invited
to attend the exhibition, but some
previous experience is necessary for
entrance into the club.
JGP Scripts Due
Pat High, '43, handed in the first
script for the 1942 Junior Girls Play.
The play presented by Miss High is
in one act.
The deadline for JGP scripts is
Nov. 1, Mary Lou Ewing, '43, general
chairman, announced. Scripts should
be given to Miss Ethel McCormick,
social director of the League, or to
Miss Ewing. -
'Since When?' We Ask
BERLIN, Oct. 15.-(OP-The drive
to conserve textiles has led to skimpy
wartime cuts in clothing, but the
Ministry of Economics has decreed
women's nightdowns must not be
shortened too much.
and pick Michigan's representative
in the nationwide contest.
The Michigan winner will sing on
the Hour of Charm program Nov. 16.
Girls from nine other colleges will
compete with l er for an award of
$1,000 and a $4,000 fellowship for the
school from which the girl comes.
The "Three Little Words," Hour
of Charm girl trio, judged the con-
test with members of the School of
Music faculty. Prof. Arthur Hack-
ett of the School of Music was mas-
ter of ceremonies.
The winner of the Michigan con-
test will receive an award of $100.
The decision of the All-Girl Orches-
tra will be announced within the
next five days in New York.
Hillel To Hold
Hillel Foundation will hold its firstt
membership mixer of the year from
3:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom. Bill Sawyer and his
orchestra will play for the affair, at
which chaperons will include Rabbi
Yehudah M. Cohen, Prof. and Mrs.
Hirsch Hootkins, Mrs. Frank Fishow,
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman.
Hostesses will be Laura Baird. '43;
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Ann Arbor Independents: Meet with
the other Independents at 4:15 p.m.
Sybil Wofsey, '45, June Dale Charlton, in the League Grill today. Bring
'43, Helen Bitker, '42, Beatrice Tish- your friends.
koff, '43. Sylvia Casper, '42, Carol
Berman, '44, Rhoda Leshine, '42, Lois All Episcopal Students: There will
Arnold, '43, Gloria Donen, '43, andb
be a celebration of the Holy Commun-
Phyllis Present, '43.. lion in the Bishop Williams Chapel
Hillel membership cards must be
presented at the door for admittance today at 7:30 a.m.
to the mixer; or for those who have-
n't yet purchased them, they will be Coming Events
available for sale at the door.
Sylvia Foreman, '42 and Robert Thomas Aquinas Seminar: All those
Morrison, '43 are co-chairmen of the students interested in joining the
event. Theology Seminar to study the writ-
ings of Thomas Aquinas are asked to
meet at a luncheon (small charge)
ornen Tur at Lane Hall, Friday, October 17, at
Interviewing for all those who peti-
tioned for Assembly Banquet will be
Friday in the Kalamazoo Room of
the League, 3:00-5:00 I.m. Be sure
to bring your eligibility cards.
4 Harris Hall: Harris Hall Picnic at
the Hall Farm, Saturday afternoon.
Leave Harris Hall 1:30 and 2:00 p.m:
Small charge. Reservation deadline
Friday afternoon. Tel. 8613.
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Michigan football stars,! No longer
can you be the only conquering heroes
to drag your muddy forms from the
unfeeling gridiron. No longer can you
reign supreme as the blushing victors
in the punt and pass game. Your
kingdom is challenged-and by
whom? The women, of course.
To be sure they aren't wearing
padded uniforms and their aerial at-
tack is subject to criticism, but they
have begun to play, and once they
begin you 220 pounders had better
start shaking in your shoes.
The first official game was held
Wednesday morning between the
Theta Tigers and the Delta Gamma
Dragons, with the former winning by
the triumphant score of 12-0. The
game was played in the Theta bowl
and was a clever battle from start
to finish with the Theta's winning by
virtue of their superior strategy.
These two teams are the only ones
organized so far, but it is rumored
that the Alpha Phi's and other houses
are starting a strenuous training pro-
gram which will enable them to chal-
lenge the leaders any day now.
12:00 noon. Reservations must be
made at Lane Hall before Friday at
Michigan Outing Club will meet
on Friday at 4:30 p.m. in the Union.
The room number will be posted on
the bulletin board. Plans will be
made for the hostel trip this week-
end. All students who are interested
are urged to attend or call Dan Saul-
son (9818) or Libby Mahlman (2-
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