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THE MICIGAx -DAILY

PAGE FiVE

Lawrence Will Play for Homecoming

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WAA NOTICES

-Annual Affair
o Be Given
At IM Building
Tickets Will Be Sold at Union,
League, Diagonal This Week;
Football To Be Dance Theme
Elliot Lawrence, his piano, and
his 20-piece orchestra have been cho-
sen to play for the Homecoming
Dance, the first big all-campus dance
of the year, to be held from 8:30
' p. m. to midnight, Saturday, in the
Intramural Building.
The 21 year old musician has ten
years of musical experience behind
him. He began making arrangements
and orchestrations after he gradu-
ated from high school,. and played
over the radio every week with his
own band, the Bandbusters. When
a sophomore in high school he won
the state of Pennsylvania's contest
for pianists.
"Listen to Lawrence"
At the University of Pennsylvania,
Lawrence studied classical music
and led the school band. He was
much in demand for proms at many
colleges. After graduation, he was
4 chosen for the position of musical
director of WCAU in Philadelphia.
In 1945, the "Listen to Lawrence"
program was inaugurated on WCAU
and was soon broadcast coast-to-
coast. His band later appeared on
the "Treasury Bandstand" program
Sunday afternoons.
Lawrence's band features Rosalyn
Patton and Jack Hunter as vocalists,
and Alex Fila on the trumpet. In
a July article of Billboard Magazine,
the band was given "Odds to be a
new top name before the year goes
by." Lawrence and Jerry Mulligan
do the arangements for the band
which was voted the third most
promising band of the year by Amer-
ican colleges in Billboard's eighth
annual poll.
Ticket Sales
Tickets for the dance will be sold
tomorrow through Saturday until
they are all gone at the Union,
League, and on the Diagonal. Hours
of the sales will be from 9 a. m. to
noon every day, and from 1 a. m.
to 4 p. m. every day except Satur-
day.
The Homecoming Dance, which
will climax Michigan's 1946 Home-
coming Weekend, will be informal.
Decorations and programs will fol-
low a football theme. The Student
Legislature Varsity Committee is
sponsoring the entire weekend. Bill
McConnell is general chairman of
the dance and Ken Herring is in
charge of ticket sales.

ELLIOT LAWRENCE-The youth-
ful pianist and band leader has
been chosen to play for the annual
Homecoming Dance Saturday in
the Intramural Building.
Longer Skirts
Become Legal
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 - (P) -
Longer skirts, for which women gen-
erally have been hankering since the
end of the war, became legal today
with a suddenness that left the trade
gasping.
The Civilian Production Adminis-
tration dropped all the limitations on
women's clothes-its order known as
L85-which it imposed originally
April 6, 1942, with the aim of saving
cloth.
The order originally banned three-
piece ensembles sold as a unit, re-
strained the length and fullness of
skirts, and limited the amount of
material that could be used for
sleeves, cuffs, pockets and trimmings.

Event To Honor
independents
Tuesday, Oct. 29
Assembly Association will present
their annual Recognition Night at
7:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 29, in
the League Ballroom, according to
Margaret Thompson, general chair-
man.
Tickets are now on sale at the
various league houses and dormitor-
ies, and at the League. Coeds are
requested to purchase their tickets
from their respective house presi-
dents.
Recognition Night is a traditional
Assembly affair; honoring indepen-
dent women who have been out-
standing in academic and extra-
curricula activities, and was initiated
during the war to replace the awards
banquet which was formerly held.
This year, scholastic awards will
be presented to the two coeds with
the highest average in the junior
and senior classes by Ira M. Smith,
Registrar of the. University. Ellen
Hill, president of the League, will
present awards to the two women in
each class who have been outstand-
ing in extra-curricular activities for
the past year.
Those women who receive honors
will have their names added to the
plaque on which are inscribed the
names of independent coeds who
have been recognized in the past.
There will be an organizational
meeting at 5 p. m. tomorrow in
the Assembly Office, Room D in
the League for all independent
women interested in working on
the Assembly Personnel Commit-
tee.

Petitions Due
Petitions for positions as WAA
league house zone managers are due
at 5 p. m. tomorrow in the WAA box
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League.
Managers will be chosen for each
zone of league houses, and each coed
appointed to one of the posts will
be in charge of athletic activities and
participation of women living in her
zone.
Interviews will be held from 2 p. m.
to 5 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday in
the Women's Athletic Building.
Time sheets are posted in the Un-
dergraduate Office, and each coed
should sign for an interview when
she turns in her petition.
Rae Keller, league house manager,
is in charge of the WAA activities
for residents of league houses.

Archery Club -4 will hold a practice
meeting at 5 p. in. Monday in the
WAB. All coeds interested in arch-
ery activities are asked to call Pat
Newberg, manager, at 2-4471. The
group is open to freshmen. Mem-
bers should bring rental fee for
bows.
Fencing Club will hold a demon-
stration match at 7:30 p. m, for
former club members and all oth-
er interested coeds.
Hockey Club will meet at 4:45
p. in. Tuesday and Thursday at the
WAB.
Golf Club will meet at 5 p. m.
Tuesday in the WAB lounge. Plans
will be made for the fall tournament.

,Zone Pk/1-iatZ.Jer Wh1~ etng o i
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Tuesday: Kappa Alpha theta .
vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma 1, Alpha.
Epsilon Pli vs, Alpha Xi Delta I at
5:10 p. m.; Jordan V vs. Willow
Run, Zone II vs. Alpha Omicron Pi
at 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday: Jordan III vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta II, Cheever vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha II at 5:1.0 p. m.; Jordan
VI vs. Jordan VII, Kappa Delta vs.
Chi Omega at 7:30 p. m.
Thursday: Pi Beta Pii II vs. Jor-
dan II, Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Alpha
Chi Omega at 5:10 p. m.; Delta Del-
ta Delta II vs. Sigma Delta Tait at
7:30 p. m.
* * *
The Modern Dance Club will meet
at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the Dance
Studio of Barbour Gym. Beginners

Games in the interhouse volley- and intermediates will practice bas-
ball tournament have been scheduled ic techniques together and plans for
for this week as follows. All con- the club will center around choreo-
tests will be played in Barbour Gym. graphy.
Monday: Delta Delta Delta I vs.
Gamma Phi Beta, Zone I vs. Alpha The WAA Fencing club will hold
Delta Pi at 5:10 p. m.; Markley a fencing demonstration at 7:30
House vs. Jordan IV at 7:30 p. m. p. m. tomorrow in tthe WAB.

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