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al Mcintyre's Band Plays1
For 3rd Annual Victory Bal
Hal McIntyre and his orchestra, wonderful possibilities in this or-
best new band of the year accord- chestra. His music is refreshingly
ing to a Billboard Magazine poll distinctive"
of eighty college editors, high- Irving Kolodin of the New York
lights Michigan's 1945 Victory Ball Sun comments, "If the fact has
in the Intramural Building. not yet been impressed on your
Setting the pace for other name attention, there is a new band led
bands, McIntyre is scheduled to go by Hal McIntyre which should be
overseas this spring for an esti- well in the running for the 'Band
mated six month trip. The plan of the Year' sweepstakes before
is the result of McIntyre's discov- the year is out."
ery, while playing rehabilitation Band Is Highly Praised
centers, that GL's prefer bands to McIntyre's songs, in the opinion
any other type of entertainment, of Jerome D. Bihm of the New
Another reason for making the York Herald Tribune, "are highly
tour is his friendship for Maj. distinctive for the fine originality
Glenn Miller, listed as missing. of their arrangements. The band's
excellent tone is sustained throu-
AppeaR s MoiecIntyre's first ghout, and leaves the impression
motion picture, has been released tht you're listening to the best
recently. Impressed by studio in popular music interpretation."
showings, producers have slated Nick Kenny of the New York
aheoingssr oder have slaed Daily Mirror has this to say of
the orchestra leader f or a second McIntyre's "South ayoss Shuf-
movie as soon as bookings make flentyresa"io ayordSha-
him available. ci ' "A sensational record that
him avpackse the kind of wallop se'se
-The Glen Island Casino, start- akth kndowalpw'e
--Te GenIslndCosne strt aksalready come to expect from this
ing point of Miller's career, pro- higs
vided McIntyre's first contract. high-riding youngster. The scor-
His first job, substituting for an- ' orchestration and arrange-
other orchestra, was a success. ment is suPerior stuff and it's
amazing the things this band-
'eWhen the eontract expred and wi h its relative inexperiene-
the crew left for its first major seem to be doing simply as
road schedule, a return engage- seems t matter of course!"
ment was arranged. _ ef_ s"
Goodman Gives Advice
It was on the advice of Benny
Goodman that McIntyre left his
original eight-piece band in Crom-
well, Conn., to join Miller. A char-
ter member of the outfit, McIntyre
roomed with the leader for five
years. At Miller's suggestion he
decided to organize an orchestra
of his own. They have developed
a distinctive style, based on muted
brass, close :harmonic saxes and
imaginative work on saxophone
and clarinet. The band has ap-
peared recently at Broadway's
Hurricane Restaurant, the Hotel
Commodore and the Sherman Ho-
tel. McIntyre has been selected as
the outstanding band leader of
the year by readers of The Or-
chestra World,
Two 'Soloists Featured
Soloists featured by the orches-
tra include Al Nobel and Gloria
Van Noble, whose father man-
aged riding clubs, gained experi-
ence as a vocalist on the radio.
Interested in horseback riding and
polo, he sang with Eddie Lane and
Carl Hoff's band before joining
Miss Van, brunette song stylist,
sang with Jerry Shelton's band
and with Johnny "Scat" Davis.o plet
She attended the same high school
as Gene Krupa, Bowen High in
Chicago, and later joined his or-
Records Acclaimed
' McIntyre's recordings have re-
ceived wide acclaim from New
York critics, Dick Yaffe of the
New York Journal-American
writes, "His band shows excep-
tional taste and skill in arrange-
ments and execution. There are
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Saturday, March 10, 1945
Are People
Professors are ordinarily very
nice people.
'They teach you a lot of stuff
which is worth something or other
and smile on you benignly all the
while. But then comes the final
examination. This is all right, as
far as it goes.
But those of us who walk in the
final exam without a watch go
through the big ordeal.
There are a number of different
professors' reactions to a situation
of this kind which are commonly
indulged in.
First there is the kind of Prof.
who keeps his silence. You work
and work and never know where
you're at.
And then there is the kind of
mentor who booms out at 15-min-
ute intervals that it's a 15-minute
But the professors we love most
of all are the ones who pick up
the longest peice of chalk in the
room and proceed to scratch the
time noisily on the board. While
frantically inscribing the latest
theories in economic thought on
what is known as a bluebook, there
is nothing more annoying than a
rasping scratch on the black old
But such is life at college.

His band played for Victory Ball dancers

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