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February 13, 1942 - Image 5

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oe Sanders' Band Will


At Caduceus Ball

On Feb. 20

Galens Society
Will Present
Party At Union1
Donald Cooper, Robert Leitch
Are Co-Chairmen Of Medical
Dance Using traditional Theme
Joe Sanders and his Nighthawks
Orchestra will don surgical caps and
gowns when they play for Caduceus,
the annual Medical Ball, which Ga-
lens honor society will present from
9 p.m.. to 1 a.m. one week from today
in the main ballroom of the Union.
Sanders, known as the "Ole Left
Hander" because he holds the world's
baseball record for strikeouts, (27 in
nine innings), is bringing his band to
Ann Arbor following engagements at
the Blackhawk Restaurant in Chi-
cago, and the Palace Hotel in San
Red Hodgson Featured
Featured with the Nighthawks is
"Red" Hodgson, writer of the catchy
hit-of a few seasons back, "The Music
Goes Round and Round," who spe-
cializes in comedy numbers, while
Blanche LeBow appears as featured
vocalist with the orchestra.
Sanders, the former baseball'
champion, has had a varied career.
He served as line sergeant over a
troop of Negro soldiers in the last
World War, and has sung, following
years of choir singing, not only in a
male oratorio quartet but also in
grand opera.
Is Billiard Player
In addition to his musical career,
which included writing "Beloved," of
which over a million copies were sold,
Sanders took time out to become a
champion billiard player. At one
time he was three-cushion king of
Kansas City, and had Tiff Denton,
ex-world champion, as his teacher.
Sanders not only leads his orches-
tra, plays the piano, but doubles as a
vocalist with a voice that has a range
of two and one half octaves-from
low G to high C-which is more than
most opera singers can manage.
The central committee, under the
chairmanship of Donald Cooper,
'42M, and Robert Leitch, '42M, have
decided that the decorations for the
medical students annual ball will car-
ry out what is becoming a traditional
Caduceus theme.
To Use Murals
The ballroom will be decorated
with murals of hospital scenes and
cartoons with caricatures of various
professors in the School of Medicine,

Silver Display
Is Sponsored
y Assembly
Silver Patterns To Be Shown

Woman Donors'
Blood Is Chosen
By set Standards
Specific standards have been set
for the women blood donors who will

Dr. Bell To Be
Guest Speaker
University Club Of Cleveland
To Hear Medical Adviser

Couple To Continue
Studies At University
Mary Lyle Gunn, '43, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gunn of Detroit,
and Wendell D. Baker, '42, were mar-
ried Sunday at St. Andrew's Episco-
pal Church. Rev. Henry Lewis read

There mill be a meeting of the
JGP Music Committee at 3:00
p.m. today in the League. All
piano players, music writers and
lyric writers must attend, and
anyone interested in writing mu-
sic is urged to come.
The meeting is open to both
men and women. A synopsis of
the JGP plot will be presented
and the chairman will show just
what kind of music is needed for
the script. All members with the
exception of the vocalists must
Anyone who feels that he or
she has an original tune to pre-
sent, may attend the meeting and
present it at this time.



which will be drawn by the illustrator
at the University Hospital.
Caduceus will be open only to stu-
dents in the Medical School and to
doctors, according to the central
committee, all members of Galens,
honorary medical society. Tickets
will be on sale next week.
Avery-Dewey Vows
Were Spoken Feb. 1
Margaret Avery, '43, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Avery of
Upper Montclair, N. J., was married
to William Dewey, '42, of Columbus,
O., Feb. 1, in Ann Arbor. The cere-
mony took place at the home of the
bride's grandparents, Rev. and Mrs.
Paul Wuerfel. Rev. Wuerfel and Dr.
Thomas Pryor of Royal Oak offici-
ated at the wedding.
The bride was attended by Lorraine
Judson, '43, her roommate at Mar-
tha Cook, and Jane Nichols of West-
field, N. J. James Avery, '44E, was
best man.
Mrs. Dewey was a junior night edi-
tor on the Daily and president of
Wyvern. Mr. Dewey, who has studied
in China, Switzerland and Germany,
was staff assistant at West Quad-
The couple is at home on Forest
Avenue, and plan to continue study-
ing at the University.
Junior and Senior women inter-
ested in a nurse's aide course, may
call the School of Nursing Office for
an appointment.


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