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DAe NOV. 1,192 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WAA SCHEDULE.
Volleyball Tournament: At 5:10,
p.m. tomorrow, Alpha Omicron Pi
vs. Sorosis; Alpha Xi Delta vs.
Masher. At 5:10 p.m. Tuesday,
Delta Gamma vs. Jordan; Pi Beta
Phi vs. Kappa Delta. At 5:10 p.m.
Thursday, the winner of the Alpha
Omicroi Pi vs. Sorosis game will
play the winner of the Delta Gam-
mia vs. Jordan game. Also, at that
time the winner of the Alpha Xi
Delta vs. Mosher game will play
the winner of the Pi Beta Phi vs.
Kappa Delta game.
Tennis Club will meet at 4:15
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Lacrosse Club will meet at 4:30
p.m. Wednesday at the W.A.B.
Archery Club will meet at 4:30
p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Dance Club will meet at 7:30
pin. Thursday at the W.A.B.
Field Hockey group will meet at
4:30 p.m. both Tuesday and
Thursday at the W.A.B.
Pitch and Putt Club will meet
at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
W.A.B.
Crop and Saddle Club will meet
at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour
gym.
New Auxiliary Riding Club will
meet, at 4 p.m. Monday at the
League.
Swimming Club will meet at
8:15 p.m. Thursday at the Union
Pool.
Hobby Lobby Club will meet at
4:30 p.m. Thursday at the W.A.B.

H-ilIle's Council
To Give Mixer
For Members
Climaxing their annual member-
ship drive Hillel will present its Fall
Mixer at 4 p. m. Wednesday in the
Union ballroom.
This year's mixer will be a record
dance,, and the money which would
ordinarily have been expended on an
orchestra will be donated to various
war agencies. Admission to this affair,
one of the biggest of Hillel's social
functions, will be by membership card
only. Memberships will be sold at the
door to those not yet enrolled.
Those attending may come either
stag or with dates, but dates are the
exception rather than the rule. There
will be many hosts and hostesses
present, whose duty it is to make in-
troductions among the students. Spe-
cial "mixer dances" have been ar-
ranged to add t4 the fun.
Arrangements for the mixer have
been made by the Hillel Council's
Social Committee, under the co-
chairmanship of Grace Freudberg,
'45 and Harry Miller, '45..
All women who have applied for
Sophomore Hospital Volunteer
Service and have not been called
will be notified in the near future
as to their placement.

Assembly Book
Drive Donations
To Be Solicited
Fort Custer To Receive New
'Best Sellers' For Libraries
From Receipts Of Campaign
Beginning tomorrow, Assembly will
carry out a nine-day drive among in-
dependent women for book donations
to supplement the libraries and re-
creation centers in Fort Custer.
Different from the nation-wide
book drive for soldiers, this project's
aim is to collect enough money to buy
the most recent best-sellers, books
that are not likely to be among the
donations from the public at large.
Connie Gilbertson, '43, who is chair-
man of the drive, is writing to Fort
Custer headquarters to get a list of
those recent books most in demand
by the men.
Dormitories Solicited
Girls in the dormitories are asked
to donate individually or from the
treasuries of their house organiza-
tions. Jean Conway, '43, as president
of all the League houses will head
the group of presidents from each
house in campaigning for donations.
In addition to announcing the init-
iation of the book drive, Assembly
Board announces Maureen O'Hanlon,
'45, Barbara Graux, '45, and Edith
Helberg, '44A, as the three league
house representatives who won out
in the petitioning and interviews held
a week ago.
Representation Increased
Miss O'Hanlon is a transfer from
the New Jersey College for Women
and Miss Helberg transferred this
year from Capital University, Colum-
bus, 0.
Assembly. has increased league
house representation this year so that
there would be five delegates on its
governing body. The purpose was
chiefly, according to Mary Moore, '43,
Assembly Board secretary, to encour-
age greater participation in all ac-
tivities by league house girls. Thee
are 63 women's league houses on
campus with an average of 10 girls
to a house, she states, and Assembly
needs their participation.
Glee Club Will Give
First Of Progams
As the first performance of the fall
semester, the Women's Glee Club,
under the direction of Bill Sawyer,
will sing during morning services to-
day at the Presbyterian Church.
The group will render "The Peace
Hymn" and "Victory," composed and
written by Sawyer for five-part har-
mony for the group. This appearance
is the first of a series to be made by
the Glee Club in the churches of Ann
Arbor.

Don Paladino, 'Boy Wonder' In Sawyer's
Band, Has Any Fourteen- Year-Old's Tastes

"A neat, little gentleman, and a
fine musician," is the manner in
which the members of Bill Sawyer's
orchestra describe Don Paladino, 14-
year-old trumpeter, who will be fea-
tured with the unit when they play
for the eighth annual Union Formal,
to be held from 9 p. m. to 12 p. m.,
Nov. 6.,'
His home is in Buffalo. New York,
where he was found by Dave Falvay,
trombonist with the Union band,
when Falvay was working near Buf-
falo this summer. After Sawyer re-
ceived the lead on this "boy wonder"
it required three months of corre-
spondence with the boy's father to
secure him for work with the band.
A Regular Fellow
Don's life here is well-managed,
,with the regular hours and school
work required of any boy. He.is a stu-
dent in the eighth grade of a nearby
town. His classmates do not know of
his talent, as it is desired that it
should not interfere with his normal
school life. His teachers have deemed
him a brilliant student in all subjects.
The lad's plans for the future are
to take advantage of the scholastic
opportunity offered by the Union or-
chestra, that of aiding deserving
young musicians to meet the expenses
of the University's School of Music.
Father Only Teacher
Up to the present time, Don's father
has been his only trumpet 'teacher.
An accomplished player himself, Mr.
Paladino began the boy's musical edu-
cation early and advanced him rapid-
ly to his present ability. Don possesses
a particularly good tone and a full
range.
Typical of most 14-year-olds, Don
likes sports, particularly football, and
CLUB MEETS TODAY
At 11 a.m., immediately follow-
ing chapel today, the members of the
Newman Club, student Catholic asso-
ciation, will hold a breakfast. The

has recently developed an interest in band. They admire his poise, show-
girls. He enjoys watching the Michi- manship and other characteristics not
gan coeds at the Union dances. Al- usually found in a boy of his age.
though he has been here only one "If this young man had been 40
month, he likes the life in a college years old with no more talent and
town, and is adopting some collegiate technique than he has right now, I
airs of his own, still would want him in my band,"
Has Unusual Poise said Bill Sawyer. (However, the entire
The lad possesses a pleasant per- band is happy that he is just 14, for
sonality which has won for him the there is little danger that they will
friendship of every member of the lose him to Uncle Sam.)
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