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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1947

THE )MICHIGAN I)NIily

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Recognition Night
To Be Held Today
Prof. Frank Huntley To Speak at Event
HonoringIndependentWomen, Houses

All independent women are
urged to attend Assembly's an-
nual Recognition Night, at 7:30
p.m. today, in the League Ball-
room.
This traditional Assembly event,
honoring outstanding independ-
ent women, will present Prof.
Frank Huntley, associate profes-
sor of English and secretary of
the Barbour Scholarship ommit-
tee, who plans to speak on the
subjeut "Why College, Girls?"
Assembly To Award Prizes
Assembly will offer for the first
time an award to the house whose
resident are most active on cam-
pus. General good scholarship
will be taken into consideration in
the presentation of the honor.
Awards will be given to women
who have been exceptional in
scholarship and extra-curricular
activities. Special recognition will
be awarded to women who have
Students Invited
To Coffee Hour
All students on campus are in-
vited to attend the weekly coffee
hour sponsored by the Union from
4 to 5 p.m. today in the Terrace
Room of the Union.
Special guests this week will be
the faculty of the philosophy de-
partment.

contributed a great deal to Assem-
bly's organization and projects.
Smith To Present Awards
Individual scholarship prizes to
be presentel to representatives of
each of the four levels of college,
are to be awarded by Registrar Ira
M. Smith.
Community singing will be in-
cluded in the program of Recog-
nition Night, and the first-prize
skit, given by the women of Jor-
dan Hall at Fortnight, will be re-
peated. Women will be seated ac-
cording to house groups, and no
admission is being charged.
Program To Interest Coeds
Recognition Night will climax
Assembly's program to inform
campus women of its function and
projects. It will continue the
theme of the Assembly train, with
the conductors and porters of
Fortnight party. The Assembly
colors, blue and white, will pre-
dominate in the color scheme.
General chairman of the cen-
tral committee of Recognition
Night is Elizabeth Myers. Betty
Richards is in charge of decora-
tions; Margaret Williams, pa-
trons; Rose Ann Swanger is the
head of programs committee;
Shirley Loeblick, publicity chair-
man, and Head Gregory, assist-
ant publicity.
Other committee chairmen in-
clude Debbie Dubinski, honors;
Marilyn Varnum, hostesses; and
Dulcie Drasnick, finances.

SILK FOR ROYAL TRAIN-At a wearing establishment in Brain-
tree, Essex, Peggy Lynn uses an old type spinning wheel to make
part of the silk for Princess Elizabeth's bridal train for her ap-
proaching marriage.
WAA Clubs Schedule Events

The Crop and Saddle Horse-
show, scheduled to be held last
Saturday, will be held at 1 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 1.
Winners of the WAA Golf Club
Pitching and Putting Contest are
Dorothy Doefner, pitching, and
Janet Brown, putting. Winners
may call for their prize at the
WAB.
* * *
The WAA Bowling Club will
hold four pre-season instruction
session at 5 p.m. today, Friday,
Oct. 27, and Oct. 30 at the W.A. 3.
Members and prospective mem-

bers of the club need not attend
these meetings, which are for be-
ginners and others desiring in-
struction.
* * *
The Monday, Wednesday land
Thursday practice sessions of the
Tennis Club will be held from 4
to 6 p.m. at Burns Park instead
of Palmer Field Courts.
There will be a meeting of all
Wyvern members at 5 p.m. to-
day in the Garden Room of the
League.

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Union Band
Plays Weekly
Frank Tinker's Orchestra
Noted for Versatile Music
By JOE FREIN
Music to suit everyone's taste.
That is the primary objective
of Frank Tinker's orchestra, the
versatile 14-piece dance band that
is currently presiding over festivi-
ties at the Union ballroom every
Friday and Saturday night.
Led by Tinker, a veteran of four
years service in the Navy, this tal-
ented and well coordinated outfit
has been dispensing "the music
that the people want" since Sept.,
1946.
Music Is Versatile
Originally engaged for one year,
the orchestra's smooth presenta-
tion of its excellent repertoire of
waltzes, slow fox trots, rhumbas
and jive was so enthusiastically
received that it has been held over
by popular request.
Tinker, a freshman in the Uni-
versity School of Dentistry, is a
versatile and experienced music
maker. He not only plays the so-
prano sax in the band's fine saxo-
phone choir, but also takes the lead
occasionally with sweet clarinet
solos, in addition to writing many
of the orchestra's arrangements.
Tinker Began in 1929
Tinker has been playing the sax
and clarinet since 1929 when he
was a freshman in high school.
After graduating from high school,
he joined a professional dance
band and performed throughout
the United States for a number of
years. From 1939 until he left the
University to enter the Navy, he
was a member of Bill Sawyer's
Orchestra which held sway at the
Union ballroom for several years.
Other featured members of the
band are Yvonne West, a viva-
cious vocalist and Al Townsend
who leads the trombone section
and does a bit of arranging.
Weddings &
Engagements
The marriage of Joan Lamberg
to Richard Keskey has been an-
nounced by h~r parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Lamberg of Newberry,
Mich. He is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. George I. Keskey of Mar-
quette.
Mrs. Keskey was graduated
from the University last June and
was President of Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority during her senior
year. Mr. Keskey is a member of
Delta Upsilon fraternity and is a
pre-medical student. They axe
now living in Ann Arbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Andrews of
Flint, have announced the mar-
riage of their daughter, Elaine, to
Donald R. Lamb, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Lamb, also of Flint.
Mrs. Lamb is affiliated with
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and
both she and her husband were
graduated from the University in
June.
* * *
The engagement of Shirley Dal-
ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Dalton of Dearborn, to James
Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ira L. Thompson also of Dear-
born has boen announced. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Both will be graduated from the
University in June. Miss Dalton
is a member of Alpha Delta Pi
sorority.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Young of
Detroit announce the marriage of

their daughter, Janet Poinier, to
Richard Alvin Erickson of Berke-
ley, Calif.
Mrs. Erickson is affiliated with
Kappa Delta sorority and was for-
merly vice-president of the
League. Mr. Erickson is a member
of Theta Delta Chi fraternity.
They are now residing in Berke-
ley, Calif.
* * *
Doris May Stern became the
bride of Robert Olsen, Jr. Mrs.
Olsen is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Stern of Caseville and
he is the son of the Robert Olsens
of Sioux Falls, S. D.
She is a member of Kappa Del-
ta sorority and Mr. Olsen is a
member of Delta Tau Delta fra-
ternity.
All remaining tickets for Var-
sity Night not sold in fraterni-
ties, sororities, and residence
halls will be put on general
campus sale from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Univershity Hall today.
All ticket chairmen who have
not yet handed their tickets in
should do so by this afternoon.

Ticket

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Sales

'To Continue
Tickets are still on sale for the
"Brown Jug Jump," sweater and
skirt dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Friday in the League
Ballroom.
"The committee has planned
the informal 'Jump' to accom-
modate students returning from
out f irst pep rally full of pep and
enthusiasm" explained Carol
Holly, chairman of the Casbah
committee. "Our dance will be in
full accord with the spirit of
homecoming weekend."
Fran Wine-Gar and his 12-piece
band, who have been appearing
regularly at the Casbah, will re-
peat their novelty arrangement of
"Feudin' and Fightin'," featuring
Nola as vocalist, and a musical
feud between the saxophone and
brass sections.
Saturday night the Casbah will
be open as usual, occupying the
entire second floor of the League.
Annual Dance
Wil IBe Held
Decorations for the annual
Homecoming Dance, featuring
Louis Prima and his band, to be
held from 8:30 p.m. to ,midnight
Saturday in the IntragnuraAl
Building, will be centered on the
amiliar scene of a football sta-
dium.
Both Michigan and Minnesota
teams will be in evidence in the,
forms of the coaches and out-
standing players. The colors of
both contestants will be flown,
and banners of the country's bet-
ter known colleges will be dis-
played around the gymnasium.
Brown jugs, a scoreboard, mod-
els of the cheerleaders, and goal-
posts will complete the similation
of a stadium atmosphere.

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