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FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1945
Bobby Sherwood
T Furnlsh Music
fit Sh ip's Bal1oa
Orchestra To Feature 'Young America's
Favorite Dance Music' at Nautical Formal;
Chorus, Magician To Offer Entertainment

THE M I C HIGAN DAILY

Layton To Play
Poplar Tunes
At Union .Dances
Bil Layton and his orchestra will
be on hand from 9 p. m. to midnight
tonight and tomorrow in the Un-
ion's Rainbow Room to provide danc-
ing entertainment for University
students and their dates.
One of the highlights of the dan-
ces will be a new super-smooth ar-
rangement of "Embraceable You."
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Bobby Sherwood and his orche-
stra of popular music makers will
"invade Ann Arbor tonight to pro-
vide a variety of smooth tunes for
Navy men and their guests at Ship's
Ball to be held from 8 p. m. to mid-
night today in the IM building.
The band is billed as providing
"Young America's Favorite Dance
Music" and has gained wide atten-
tion in the past two years in spite of
their having made only two record-
ings due to the record ban.
Started as String Orchestra
Sherwood started with a small
string orchestra, then enlarged his
band to full size, gained attention on
the west coa,,t and brought the or-.
chestra to the east. They have filled
engagements in New York and At-
lantic City and also broadcast on
Columbia and Mutual networks .
Widely acclaimed as an able cor-
netist and guitarist, Sherwood is
known as one.of the best arrangers
in the' business and plays an occa-
sional trombone and piano.
Decorations for tonight's dance
have been deemed a mystery and
will not be revealed until 8 p. m.
The only statement concerning themj
states that there will be a huge gold
anchor and a life-sized covered
gangplank to add a nautical feel-
ing to the formal.
"The Largest Log Book In the)
World" will be one of the outstand-
ing attractions of the, evening. It
will be in the form of a gigantic log
book which all those attending the
dance will be requested to sign.
Navy Chorus Will Sing
Intermission entertainment will
include songs presented by the Navy

Chorus under the direction of Leon- 1n ui"'
ard V. Meretta. Among the num- rendition of, th
bers to be offered will be "Smoke ad Day." Re
Gets in Your Eyes," "Night and dance enthusia
Day," and "Navy Hymn." as well as tradi
In addition, Phyl Snyder will act will be played.
as MC and K. T. Wagner, a local Also to occu
V-12 member, will double as a magi- in the week-e
cian and comedian. Cookies and Bill Taylor, th
cokes will constitute refreshments pianist who w
for the ball, tune cilled "K
Adhering to a time-honored cam- Rounding o
pus tradition. Bob Bennett, generalthe band's po
chairman of Ship's Ball has request- ist, Dwight D
ed that no corsages be worn at the first alto saxop
formal- Iposer of their t
Committee members and their my Turk, up a
dates will include Bennett with Con- ist.
stance Stolz; Howie Joyce, ticket Union dance
sale chairman, and Patricia Hayes, day and Satur
'47; William McConnell, co-chair- semester and h
man of the Decorations and Build- vital part in v
ings committee, and Willard Fariss; tertainment..
Bob Grandy, head of the Decora- is usually high
tions and Buildings committee, and reaches the- o
Lonnie Bolt, '46; Bob Peck, in charge there is plenty
of programs, and Virginia Gaiser; Tickets may
and Jim Martin, publicity chairman, ion members
with Virginia Post. Desk upon p
Patrons to Include Governor Kelly membership c
Additional patrons for the ball in- limited to one
elude Governor and Mrs. Harry F. ~~~~~
Kelly, Mayor Leigh Young, Mr. Sher-
man Mortinson, Mr. Arthur Stace,Ba rbo
Mrs. Robert Burton, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert O. Crisler, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew S. Baker, and Mr. and Mrs.Hod
Earl Riskey.
The list continues with Rear Ad- Barbour gir
miral A. S. Carpenter, Captain J. C. during the first
Dain, Lt. Grant Brown, Dr. and Mrs. of honor at ai
Edward Blakeman, Lt. Col. Regin- party last nigi
ald Miller, Major J. O'Connon, Lt. cake centered
Col. R. P. Smith, Mr. J. Kenneth Do- ously dressed,
herty, Mr. Matt Mann, Mr. Field- were used as
ing H. Yost, Mr. Benny Oosterbaan, tables.
Mr. Ray Fisher, Mr. Wally Weber, Faculty mem
Mr. Clarence Munn, Mr. Earl Mar- will be enterta
tinea, Mr. Victor Heyliger, and Mr. IatBetsy Barb(
JohnJohston. Igirl has invite
faculty and th
-__ -held from 4 to
Interlochen Movie Martha Cook
esses to Mr. T.
Shown to WAA Clb 1retary of the M
ciation, and M
A colored sound movie, "Youth ner last night
Builds a Symphony," taken at the Building.
National Music Camp at Interlochen,; After dinner,
Michigan, was shown Wednesday in whichprmraysc
whic potr ays
Barbour Gymnasium. and talked on
The movie was presented at the of the Universit
regular weekly meeting of the Physi- of the war. O
cal Education Club, which is com- vited by Marth
posed of physical education majors
and faculty. Some of the members Faculty'
have held counselor jobs at the camp,
and many will work there next sum- There will be
mer. to 6 p.m. Tues
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ie i anl WilOtU
e ever popular "Night
quests from week-end
asts for old favorites,
tional Michigan songsj
py a prominent place
nd spotlight will be
orchestra's very able
ill be featured in a
ing for a Day."
ut tonight's dancing
will be Judy Ward,
pular feminine vocal-
)aily, the orchestra's
phone player and com-
heme song, and Tom-
and coming trombon-

Will Register
Union, League To Begin Drive
To Fill Large February Quota;
A whole-hearted student response.
to the Red Cross Blood Bank drive
for 320 donors was asked yesterdayl
by Jean Loree, '45, chairman of the
League Blood Bank drives.
Registration for appointments will
be held at between-class hours Mon-
day and Tuesday of next week on the,
diagonal. If the quota is not filled:
during these two days, the required
number will be drawn from registra-
tion in the Quads.
Groups of volunteers from the
Union, headed by Charles Hansen'
and Wayne Bartlett, Union staff
members, and from the Women's
War Council will man the registra-
tion posts.
The February Blood Bank is thej
first since December, and all stu-
dents but those who were donors last
month .will be able to give blood4

Plaid shirts, blue jeans and hay-
e nem ents seed will be the order of the evening
at the Barn Dance to *be held from
The engagement of Elizabeth Ann 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at the
TheenggeentofEliabth nnUSO.
Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Taylor of Harbor Springs, Informality will be the keynote of
Michigan. to. Lt. Kenneth Davert the evening. Square dancinghinclud-
was announced by her parents. ing Virginia Reels, and John Paul
Miss Taylor is affiliated with Al-- Jones will be called by Clara Hurley
pha Omicron Pi sorority. She has of Ypsilanti. In addition there will
on play production and be social dancing for those more
been active sedatyeprdcouples. da
in the Women's Glee Club. sede couples.

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Hayseeds Will Dance at USO
Strictly Informal Barn Dance

Lt. Davert is now serving as a
fighter pilot overseas.
Judge and Mrs. Clyde Sherick
of Ashland, Ohio recently an-
nouuccd the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy, to Lt. Donald
Lett, son or Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Lett also of Ashland.
Miss Sherick is attending the
University and is a member of
Pi Beta Phi sorority. Lt. Lett is
stationed in Washington, D. C. He
is affiliated with Delta Upsilon
frater nity.
The marriage of Joan Clarke,

Decorations have been 'planned
in keeping with the theme of the
dance. The USO will look fresh
from the farn with bales of hay
and cornstalks in the ballroom and
refreshments served on bright red
plaid tablecloths.
An old time vaudeville show will be
presented during intermission. Rae
Larsen, a recent University graduate,
will be on hand with some fancy

I because eight weeks of the necessary daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles
s are held both Fri- ten-week wait between donations has Walter Clarke of Caldwell, New Jer-
day nights during the elapsed. Blood donations are taken sey and New York, to Lt. (j.g.) Carl
ave come to occupy a .tMadden, N.S.C.G.R., son of Mrs.
week-end campus en- in the WAB by the Detroit Red Cross Samuel Grubbs of Christiansburg,
Although attendance Mobile Unit, which returns the blood Virginia and the late John Thomas
h, the ballroom never to the Detroit base for processing. Madden of Columbia, South Caro-
vercrowded stage and The Unit's stay is necessarily brief, lina, was recently announced,
of room for dancing since the blood must be processed
t o rom fr dncng.befre t i mde selss y lng Miss Clarke graduated from the
be purchased by Un- before it is made useless by long University last June. She was active
at the Union Travel standing.
Blood donors must be 18 " or ove o n the campus, being a member of
resentation of their Bor the Judiciary Committee Senior So-
;and. Saes wll b and if they are under 21, they must
ards. . Sales will be have the written consent of their ciety, and President of Helen New-
ticket per person. parents. Special forms for this pur- berry Residence.I
pose may be picked up at the time of Lt. Maddien is home after service
E registration. Volunteers must weigh in Alaka. He is temporarily as-
r -, 00 at least 110 nounds. signed to Long Beach, California. He

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Dinners
Is having birthdays
semester were guests
mass birthday dinner
ht. A large birthday
each table, and vari-
old fashioned girls
decorations on the
lbers and their wives
ined at a tea Sunday
our Residence. Each
Ud guest~s among the
e open house will be
6 p.m.
residents were host-
Hawley Tapping, sec-
fichigan Alumni Asso-
.s. Tapping at a din-
at the Martha Cook
Mr. Tapping showed
higan on the March,"!
the University at war,
the general progress
ty since the beginning
ther guests were in-
ha Cook residents.
To Hold Tea
a tea from 4:30 p.m.
;day in the University
hool Library for the
School of Education,
[ate students taking
ses, and everyone else
is field.
be informal and will
portunity for people
ested in the fled of
neet and get to know
rs and other students.
students are urged to

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A basketball clinic will be held
from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
A demonstration of fouls will be
given, and movies dealing with bas-
ketball techniques will be shown. An
opportunity will be given to those
attending to take the written exami-I
nation for a rating in basketball.
Two rated officials will referee a
demonstration game, and those de-
siring practical experience may ref-,
eree a game with suggestions and
help from the officials.
Those interested in working as
officials should be familiar with thel
1944-45 N.S.V.A. rules.
The WAA Rifle Club will hold a
meeting from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m
tomorrow in the ROTC Range.
Barbour Gym will not be open for
the mixed badminton .play tomorrow
from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Petitioning for the fifteen posi-
tions on JG Play will close at noon
tomorrow.
Petitions are .available in the
undergraduate office of the League,
and interviewing will take place
next week. The positions available
are these: assistant chairman, dir-
ector, secretary - treasurer, and
chairmen of the program, costume,
dance, music, script, stage force,
usher, property, scenery, publicity,
tickets, and make-up committees.

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i is a graduate of the University ofI
Virginia.
Both Miss Clarke and Lt. Madden
are members of Phi Beta Kappa.
'lThe engagement of Carl McCor-
mick, daughter of Dr. an Mrs. Ed-
ward J. McCormick of Toledo,
Ohio, to William E. Sala, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Hallen Sala
of Toledo, Ohio, was announced re-
cently.
Both Miss McCormick and Mr.
Sala are students at the Univer-
sity. Miss McCormick is a mem-
ber of Kappa. Kappa Gamma sor-
ority and Zeta Phi Eta honorary
speech sorority. Mr. Sala is affili-
' ated with Sigma Chi fraternity.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Anne Kienzle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Friederick
H. Kienzle of Ann Arbor, to Edward
Baseler, son of Mr. William G. Base-
ier of Plymouth, Indiana.
Miss Kienzle is 'a junior at the
University. Br. Baseler received his
A. B. at Capital University in Colum-
bus, Ohio. He will graduate from
the Capital University Theological
Seminary in January.
Judge and Mrs. William J. Ar-
cher of Duluth, Minnesota an-.
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Jane, to Ensign William
R. Kopeke, U. S. N. R., son of Mr.
and Mrs. William R. Kopeke of
North East, Pennsylvania.
Miss Archer is a Junior at the
University and a member of Kap-
pa Alpha Theta sorority. Ensign
Kopeke graduated from the Uni-
versity in 1943. He is affiliated
with Sigma Chi fraternity and a
member of Druid senior honor so-
ciety.
A combined scavanger hunt and
informal dance will be held from
7:30 p. m. to midnight today at the
Alpha Gamma Delta chapter house.
Veterans have been especially invit-
ed.

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