THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1946
Band Quizz Kids Answer
$64 Query, Try for $128
By MARION BLANCETT
The University marching band
knew all the answers at the Iowa-
Michigan football game yesterday,
as they performed several colorful
formations during half-time.
The band's maneuvers were built
around the theme of the popular ra-
dio program, "Take It or Leave It."
The details of the presentation were
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kept secret until half-time in order
to surprise the spectators.
"Entry of the Gladiators"
After the band entered the field
playing "Entry of the Gladiators,"
Bill Faker, master of ceremonies,
strolled out to the microphone play-
ing "Whispering" on his accordion.
Faker then asked the $4 question,
"What do you associate with the
word hybrid?" The band responded
by forming the word "corn" and
playing the "Iowa Corn Song."
The $8 question was, "What state
is so well known for its fine varieties
of corn?" The answer to that one was
the spelling out of "Iowa"ato the ac-
companiment of "On Iowa."
All Right So Far
The reply to the $16 query, "Can
you remember something else for
which Iowa was famous?" was the
formation of a pig. "After that pig
came to Michigan, what happened
to him?" A few bars of a funeral
march and the formation of a football
took care of the $32 question.
Then came the $64 stickler, "Who
will bring home the bacon today?"
The famous block "M" and the play-
ing of "The Victors" as well as the
alma mater "Yellow and Blue" was
the correct answer here.
Too Bad for Army
Faker, however, had a special $128
question, "Who's going to win the
Army-Michigan game next week-
end?" to which the band replied with
"The Victors" as they left the field.
Drum major during the half-time
events, Lynn Stedman, Jr., attended
the University in 1941, '42 and '43 be-
fore entering the Navy. Stedman,
married and the father of two chil-
dren, expects to receive a degree in
business administration next Febru-
ary. Norman Pollard, '49E, acted as
drum major in the pre-game cere-
monies, which included a trumpet
fanfare, formation of a block "I" to
honor Iowa and flag raising.
Increased in size to 115 members,
the University marching band num-
bers 96 veterans among its musicians,
according to George Cavender'
The first meeting of the Institute
of Aeronautical Sciences will be held
Wednesday in the Michigan Union.
Prof. Williams, of the aeronautical
ngineering department, will speak
on "New Propulsion Developments
for Aircraft and Missiles."
French Club Meeting ...
The first meeting of "Le Cercle
Francais" will be held at 8 p.m. Tues-
day in Rm. 305 of the Union.
Prof. Charles E. Koella, faculty
director of the group, will give an
informal talk on "Where Does France
Go?" There will be an election of
officers and group singing followed
by a social hour.
All students on campus, including
freshmen with one year of college
French or the equivalent, are eligible
for membership. Foreign students
interested in French are also wel-
come as members.
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Judiciary Committee . . .
In order to take 'the first steps
of disciplinary action for under-
classmen who did not turn in il-
licitly-obtained tickets, the Judic-
iary Committee of the Student
Legislature will meet at 3 p.m. to-
day in the Union.
* * *
Polonia Society To Meet
Polonia Society will hold an or-
ganization meeting for old and new
members Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in
the International Center.
Membership in the Society is op-
en to all persons of Polish descent.
Officers for the coming year will
be nominated and elected at the
Plans for the coming year include
toboggan parties, picnics, lectures,
and a choral group.
Established in 1938 as a society
of Polish Engineering Students, the
Society was later enlarged to include
students in all colleges of the Uni-
* * *
First Concert at Center . .
The International Center will
hold its first record concert of the
semester at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
the lounge of the Center. The con-
cert is open to the public.
* *. *k
Social Night at Verein ...
The Deutscher Verein will hold its
first meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in Rm. 319, Michigan Union.
Games, singing, and other enter-
tainment will comprise the program,
a Gemutlicher Abend (social even-
ing). All German students are cord-
ially invited, according to Roger C.
Norton, new faculty adviser for the
An open house in honor of the new
Graduate School dean, Dr. Ralph A.
Sawyer, will be given by the Gradu-
ate Student Council at 8 p. m. Wed-
nesday in the Rackham Building.
The Men's Glee Club, under the di-
rection of Prof. David Mattern, will
open the program by leading the au-
dience in singing a group of Michi-
gan songs. Then President Ruthven
will speak and introduce Dean Saw-
Prof. Warner Rice, director of the
library, will discuss a library famil-
iarization tour for graduate students
being sponsored by the council. Fol-
lowing these talks, the executive
committee of the Graduate School
will hold a reception in the Eaft Con-
ference room. Refreshments will be
served and dancing and other enter-
tainment will be provided for.
Dallas Hawkins, president of the
Graduate Student Council, invites all
members of the graduate faculty,
their families and all graduate stu-
dents to attend. This is the first
council function of the season.
Grad Library Tour
A tour of the General Library,
stressing information of particular
interest to graduate students will be
held Thursday and Friday afternoons
at 4 p. m.
The tour is being sponsored by the
Graduate Student Council and is ex-
clusively for graduate students. Li-
brary personnel pill inform the stu-
dents of the special collections and
bibliographies in the library. Lit-
erature will be given out explaining
the library facilities and then the
students will be taken around the
Appointments for Senior
Pictures Open to Nov. 4
Appointments for senior pictures
for the 1947 'Ensian will continue to
be made throughout the time that
photographs are being taken.
Appointments may be made at the
Student Publications Building. A $2
deposit is required.
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