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October 26, 1947 - Image 5

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K SUNDAY, XCTOBER 26, 94" THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fl-Hoppers
Tickets for Semi-Form
To Go on Sale Tomorro'

Will Dance

Tony Pastor and his orchestra
will be the featured attraction at
Assembly's A-Hop, a man bid,
semi-formal dance to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov.
8, in the Intramural Building.
Pastor has been in the public
eye ever since he found himself
appointed as leader of the old Ar-
.tie Shaw orchestra.
Stubby Pastor, youngest bro-
ther of the maestro, who is
ranked as one of the five best
trumpet sidemen in music, will
do solfs in the Pastor style.

The Pastor orchestra has always
featured an outstanding drum-
aier, and will present Henry Riggs
in this position at A-Hop. Higgs
was featured in the Pastor record-
ing, "Paradiddle Joe." The Cloon-
ey sisters, Pastor's own "find," will
furnish the vocals.
The purpose of A-Hop is to
~aise money for the University
Fresh Air Camp, traditional As-
.;mbly project. This dance is an
-innual Assembly affair, and was
called "Time Out" last year.

Tickets for A-Hop will go on
sale tomorrow in University
hall and at the Michigan Union.
V "' j General chairmen of the central
committee for the dance are Bet-
ty Spillman and Mary Quiatt.
Other committee members include
Coeds who have not been able Irma Eichhorn, music; Ilona Fiet-
to pay their sophomore dues may ze, buildings and grounds; Dulcie
give them to Mrs. Ione Hendrian Kraznick, finance; Joan Carroll,
from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow tickets; Betty Lou McGeath, pub-
and Tuesday in the Undergrad- licity; Miss Spillman, patrons;
ualte Office of the League. and Miss Quiatt, programs.
There will be a meeting of the
special booths committee of Soph Help
Cabaret at 5 p.m. tomorrow in
Room C of the League. The Communty Chest
6th Anniversary Salle
extended through October 31st
Save on your Christmas purchases of
Handkerchiefs * Luncheon and Dinner Sets
* Bath Towels 0 Tea Towels 0 Guest Towels.
u and many other useful and attractive items.
REDUCED UP TO 50%
ALWAYS REASONABLY PRICED
11 Nickels Arcade Open Daily 9:30 to 5:30
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WAA Noties
Forty teams will participate in Mosher II vs. Stockwell V; 8:15
the Interhouse Volleyball Tourna- p.m. Zone VII team II vs. Zone
ment this week. VII. Mosher III vs. Stockwell IX.
All cancellations must be report- Wednesday, 5:10 p.m. Alpha Xi
ed to Gwen Sperlich by noon to-
morrow or the cancelling house Delta I vs. Pi Beta Phi III, Delta
must forfeit the game. Teams de- Gamma II vs. Stockwell XVI; 7:20
feated in their first game will be p.m. Alpha Xi Delta II vs. Stock-
entered in the B tournament; well XII, Jordan III vs. Kappa
those defeated after the initial Kappa Gamma II; 8:15 p.m. Zone
game are dropped from the tour- VIII vs. Gamma Phi Beta III.
nament. The schedule for this Thursday, 5:10 p.m. Sigma Del-
week is as follows: ta Tau vs. Stockwell XIII, Kappa
Monday, 5:10 p.m. Jordan I vs. Alpha Theta II vs. Gamma Phi
Alpha Omicron Pi I, Jordan II vs. Beta II; 7:20 p.m. Kappa Delta vs.
Sorosis II; 7:20 p.m. Barbour'II Delta Gamma III, Stockwell XIV
vs. Zone IV, Zeta Tau Alpha II vs. vs. Alpha Eta.
Zone II; 8:15 p.m. Hollis House vs. Crop and Saddle-All groups
Zone V. will meet at regular riding times
Tuesday, 5:10 p.m. West Lodge at the WAB; Group III at 7:15
vs. Zone III, team II, Alpha Epsi- p.m. Monday, Group I at 7:15 p.m.
lon Phi vs. Stockwell IV; 7:20 p.m. Wednesday, and Group II at 4:20
Martha Cook vs. Chi Omega, p.m. Friday.

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