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WEDNESDlAY, OC'TOBER 15, 1947'

TilE MICIIGAN DAILY

Vacrsity Night Dance

o ighlight fnnuai Homecoming

Ron Gamble Will Be Emcee
At Student Talent Program

Kappa Wins

Assignments

Annual WAA DueNov.1

Prima Will Provide Music;
Ticket Sales To Be Limted

Ron Gamble, ad-glibbing em-
cee of WJR's p~opular afternoon
show "Anything Goes," has been
chosen to officiate at Varsity
Night, fcrthcoming variety show,
to be presented at 8:30 p.m. Fri-
day, Oct. 24 in Hill Auditorium.
Gamble formerly served for four
years as master of ceremonies on
the symnhonic Ford Sunday Eve-
ning Hour and has just recently
been featured on the new show,
where his quick wit and light-
hearted manner have made him a
favorite with WJR listeners.
"The two-hour program will
feature the best talent avail-
able," reported Chuck Hill, ;en-
eral chairman. "Tryouts have
been held, and performers have
been caref irly s ected to pro-
vide truly well-rounded enter-
tainment."
The Michigan Concert Band,
directed by P;of. W~iam D. Re-
velli, wi i play ia frece Qf sym-
phonic swing entitled "Bobby Sox
Suite." Alo featured will be As-
sistant Professor Andrew B.
.w rate, baritone, singing "Shad-
rack" and "Land Degradation." j
By special request the com-
mittee has procured the talents
of the Margi Chorus, hit of last
year's JGP. Other student per-
formers mncide Gerry Rose,
marimba soloist, and Marjorie
Albright, coloratura sprano.
To provide contrast to the list
of musical artists, a distinguished
scientist, "Professor Umlaut,"
sometimes better known as Bill

"Wimpy" Adam, has consented to
speak on "Bringing the Atom
Bomb Down to You and Me."
Also featured will be Buck
Dawson, the world's champion
weight lifter, and the Men's
Glee Club, singing a medley of
Michigan songs.
Ticket sales for Varsity Night
will continue today and tomorrow

RON GAMBLE

Swim Meet
Carol Hotly, Janet Dewey
Tie for High Point Award
In Sport Contest Yesterday'
Kappa Kappa Gamma with 26.5
points won the WAA all-campus
Women's Swimming Meet held
yesterday at the Union Pool.
Gama Phi Beta _received second
place with a total of 18 points;
Alpha Phi received third place
with 16 points. Carol Holly, Alpha
Phi, and Janet Dewey, Jordan,
tied for first place among the in-
dividual winners with 12 points
each. Bea Richards and Rosemarie
Shoetz, both of Gamma Phi Beta
tied for third place with a total
of 9 points each.
Diving Winners
Winners in the diving competi-
tion which included a front, back,
and optional dives were Bea Rich-
ards in first place; Myra Reese,
second; and Frances Radford,
third. Winning teams in the four
member free-style relay were
Kappa Kappa Gamma, first; Cole.
legiate Sorosis, second; and Alpha
Xi Delta, third.
Winners inthe 25 yd. free style
include Marcia Ames, first; Joan
Boles, second; and Charlotte Peck,
third. Awards in the 25 yd. back-
stroke went to Rosemarie Shoetz,
first; Clara Albiston, second; and
Betty Haga, third. Completing.the
25 yd. competitions was the 25
yd. breast stroke won by Janet
Dewey. Second and third went to
Jerry Mulso and Roxy Taylor, re-
spectively.
Awards Made
The 50 yd. free style race was
won by Carol Holly. Joan Bowles
came in second with Bea Richards
third. Carol Holly received first
place in the 50 yd. back stroke
also. Second was won by Clara
Albiston. Tied for third were
Rosemarie Shoetz and Marcia
Ames. Concluding the 50 yd. con-
tests was the 50 yd. breast stroke.
1irst place winner was Janet
Dewey, with Roxy Taylor, second
arrd Renate Oppenheimer, third.
In the relay between the League
Council and the WAA Board, the
WAA proved not too athletic as
the League Council team succeed-
ed in bouncing the balloon against
the far end of the pool first.
* * *
Tryouts for the WAA Swimming
Club will be held from 9 to 11
a.m. Saturdays October 25 ° t the
Union Pool. Questions concerning
the club may be answered by call-
ing Rosemarie Shoetz, club man-
ager, at 2-5569.

For 'Mlle.'
By AUDREY BUTTERY
IN AN INFORMAL talk held
Monday in the League, Betty
Claire Schmid, College Board Tra-
el Editor, informed prospective
College Board members that their
first assignment is due in the of-
fices of "Mademoi elle" magazine
Nov. 1.
The report should be approx-
imately two pages and may be
on any phase of campus or aca-
demic life. Women are encour-
aged to focus their chosen sub-
ject from a new angle, reflect-
ing; modern trends.
"WE CQNSIDER the College
Beard a real stepping stone
from college to a career," Miss
Schmid revealed, "because mem-
bership gives an alert young wom-
an actual experience in magazine
writing and layout and provides
her with many valuable contacts."
"Several former members
from your own campus are now
working permanently with
'Mademoiselle'," Miss Schmid
continued.
IN AN INTERVIEW with a Daily
reporter, the Travel Editor dis-
closed that her purpose in touring
Midwestern campuses is three-
fold. In addition to recruiting
coeds, she proposes to increase in-
terest in the magazine's annual
political forum held in N.Y., by
speaking to students and faculty
members in political science de-
partments. "Mademoiselle" also
will sponsor a short story contest,
for which any coeds, particularly
English majors, are eligible.
Miss Schmid returned three
weeks ao from a summer bicycle
tour of Europe, during which she
helped rebuild a Youth Hostel in
the Pyrenees near the Spanish
border. While there she talked
and worked with young people
from many European countries
and with fellow visitors from
other parts of the world.
Coed Sport Clubs
To Hold Meetings
The WAA Modern Dance Club,
managed by Barb Forster and ad-
vised by Dr. Juanna de Laban, is
now a co-recreational organiza-
tion.
All men interested in the club
are invited to attend the weekly
meeting to be held at 7 p.m. to-
night.
* * *
The Tennis Club will hold a
general meeting at 5 p.m. tomor-
row in the W.A.B.
All members are required to at-
tend and those unable to be there
should contact the club manager.

HOLLAND GIRLS-Molly Buttles, Ruth Haringsma, Doris Haut-
ing, and Doris Haringsma (left to right), all of Holland, Mich.,
made this pretty picture in Windmill Park during the annual
Holland music festival.
l/ !2 gi & 6n GL ent12 d2 i

Ticket sales for the 1947 Home-
coming Dance, featuring the mu-
sic of Louis Prima, will continue
on campus today and tomorrow.
Tickets will be on sale from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Union,
League, and University Hall as
well as three local record stores.
Ticket Chairman Ruth Sights has
urged that students buy their tick-
ets early because "We will proba-
bly sell out tomorrow or Friday at
the latest."
Chuck Lewis, general chair-
man of the dance, has promised
that the number of tickets will
be held to allow sufficient room
for the dancers. Lewis said, "In
the past ticket sales were opened
to accommodate several hun-
dred more students who wanted
to attend. As a result there was
an overcrowded dance floor."
"This year the committee feels
that to assure a good time we
ought to provide for enough space
to enjoy the music."
Louis Prima, who played for
Senior Ball in 1946, will be remem-
bered by many students on cam-
pus for his entertaining as well as
his popular style of dance music.
Prima is famous for his gravel-
voiced vocals on such novelty
tunes as "Angelina," "White
Cliffs of Dover," "Felecia, No Ca-
prica" and "Robin Hood."
More recently his records of "I
Want a Sunday Kind of Love"
and "Coffee Song" have become
best sellers.
Several years ago Prima was one
of the outstanding jazz trumpet
players, featuring New Orleans
Dixieland style, but recently the
band has featured a more com-
mercial sweet music that has
made the band a favorite on col-
lege campuses, hotels, movies and
theatres. His band holds the all-
time attendance record at the New
York Strand Theatre.
Featured with the band are
Cathy Allen, Jimmy Vincent
and Jimmy and Lu Dell. Miss
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just where you want them off;
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back breaking exercises.
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YPSILANTI

Allen is rapidly gaining the pop-
ularity of Lillyann Carrol, who
made a stepping stone to sucess
as a radio vocalist out of her
two years with the Prima band.
Vincent at nineteen is one of the
nations leading drummers while
the Dell brothers are featured
members of the brass section.
SOPI NO"TES]
Tryouts will continue at 4 p.m.
today in the League for Soph Cab-
aret floorshow participants.
Dancing tryouts will meet in
the Garden Room, singing tryouts
in the Grand Rapids Room and
specialty acts in the Rehearsal
Room.
* *I *
Eligible sophomore women who
would like to do publicity work
for Soph Cabaret may sign their
name and phone number on a
sheet posted in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League this
week.
Vaughn 'Prance'
Something new in house events
will be introduced Friday when
the members of Victor Vaughn
House present the "Pick-up Plat-
ter Prance" from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night.
After dinner, residents will as-
semble in the main lounge where
invitations will be distributed.
Then it's up to the individuals to
go out and 'pick out' their girls,
present them with the invitation
and bring them back to the dance.
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in University Hall, the League and
the Union. Tickets may also be
procured from University Band
members and in sorority and fra-
ternity houses.

Y FICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)

German Departmental make-up
examinations for 1, 2, 31, 35 and
36, Oct. 21, 2 p.m., Rm. 204, Univ.
Hall. It is required that all desir-
ing to take make-up exam regis-
ter in 204 Univ. Hall by Oct. 17.
Political Science 1 and 2 make-
up exam.: Fri., Oct. 17, 3 to 6 p.m.,
Rm. 2003, Angell Hall. Kindly in-
form the departmental secretary
by Thursday of intention to take
these exams.
Applied Mathematics Seminar:
3 p.m., Oct. 15, Rm. 247 W. Engi-
neering Bldg. Prof. N. Coburn will
speak on three dimensional flow
of compressible fluids.
Biological Chemistry Seminar:
Fri., Oct. 17, 4 p.m., Rm. 319, W.
Medical Bldg.
Subject: "Some. Problems of
Porphyrin Metabolism." All inter-
ested are invited.
Botanical Seminar: 4 p.m.,
Wed., Oct. 15, Rm. 1139, Natural
Science Bldg. Paper: "Cactaceae
of the Zacapa Desert, Guatemala,"
by Elzada U. Clover. Open meet-
ing.
Seminar in Differential Geome-
try in the Large: Thurs., 4:15
p.m., Rm. 3011, Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor Reade will speak on Iso-
parametric Inequalities.
Geometry Seminar: Wed., Oct.
15, 2 p.m., 3001, Angell Hall. Mr.
Charles Buck will speak on "Ster-
ographic Projection of Clifford
Parallels."
Exhibitions

tists, presented by the Ann Arbor
Art Association in the Rackham
Galleries, daily except Sunday,
through October 17, 10-12 noon,
2-5 and 7-10 p.m.
Biology of the Bikini Atoll, Mar-
shall Islands, 1946, Department of
Botany, 2nd floor, Natural Sci-
ence Bldg. through October 18.
Museum of Art: MODERN
HANDMADE JEWELRY, from the
Museum of Modern Art, New York,
through Oct.,49; Alumni Memo-
rial Hall: Daily, except Monday,
10-12 and 2-5; Sunday, 2-5; Wed-
nesday evening, 7-9. The public is
cordially invited.
Modern American Houses, cir-
culated by the Museum of Modern
Art. Architecture Bldg., through
Oct. 27.
"Natural History Studies at the
Edwin S. George Reserve, Uni-
(Continued on Page 6)
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Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Herman of
Detroit have announced the mar-
riage of their daughter, Barbara,
to Walter 0. Koch.
Mrs. Koch is affiliated with Chi
Omega sorority.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Shinkev of Jack-
son have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Jean, to
Charles Popma of Detroit. The
wedding is set for Nov. 8.
Miss Shinkev is affiliated with
Chi Omega sorority and Mr. Pop-
ma is a member of Tau Beta Pi
honorary engineering fraternity.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Miller of
East Lansing have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Mary-
lee, to George N. Lutz of Lapeer.
Mrs. Lutz is affiliated with Chi
Omega sorority and her husband
is attending Law School here.
* * *
Mrs. Ciro P. Deibel of Lakewood,
Ohio, has announced the marriage
of her daughter, Jeanne, to John
Frederick Tyler also of Lakewood.
Mrs. Tyler is affiliated with Chi
Omega sorority. Mr. Tyler is at-
tending medical school in t the
East.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fishman

of Detroit recently announced the
marriage of their daughter, Dor-
othy, to Lt. Albert Shipko. The
wedding took place in August.
Mrs. Shipko was graduated from
the University in June, 1947. The
couple is now residing in Californ-
ia where Lt. Shipko is stationed
with the Dental Corps.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Bock-
stahler of Larchmont, N.Y., have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Lois Marie, to Charles
Oblinger of Cayahuga Falls, Ohio.
The ceremony took place Sept. 6 in
Detroit.
Mrs. Oblinger is a past president
of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and
also a member of the University
Glee Club.
Stockings for fall and winter
wear cover a complete new range
of colors this year. Dark brown,
black and gray shades are the
most popular. Thiese stockings
look especially Well with brown
and black outfits and for evening
wear.

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1:00-5:00 A.M., Tuesday
through Sunday A.M.
High hourly rate. See Ken
Chatters at the Student
Publications Building, 9-12,
1-6 P.M. or phone 23-24-1.

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