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Pastor's Orchestra WillIPlay
At Semi-Formal Tomorrow

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Assembly, campus organization
*or independent women, will fea-
ture Tony Pastor and his orches-
tra at A-Hop, a man bid, semi-
formal benefit dance to be held
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow in the Intramural Build-
ing.
Ticket sales for this dance are
continuing at the Union and in
University Hall. The proceeds from
these sales will be used to aid
the University Fresh Air Camp.
Assembly requests that cor-
sages not be worn by anyone ex-
cept members of the A-Hop cen-
tral committee.
A reception committee, compos-
ed of four housemothers from in-
dependent women's houses, will at-
tend the dance. Mrs. Newell will
represent Newberry House; Mrs.
Glass, Cheever House; Miss Bar-
rett, Barbour House; and Miss

Heikkenen will attend from Mary
Markley House.
Tony Pastor, who has been inj
the public eye ever since he
found himself appointed as lead-
er of the old Artie Shaw orches-
tra, will present the lovely Cloo-
ney sisters, his own "find," as
vocalists for the band.
The maestro's youngest brother,
Stubby Pastor, a trumpet sideman
specialist, will do solos in the
Pastor style.
The Pastor orchestra has al-
ways featured an outstanding
drummer, and will present Henry
Riggs in this position at A-Hop.
Riggs was featured in the Pastor
recording "Paradiddle Joe" that
became a national craze.
The benefit dance is a tradi-
tional Assembly project to raise
money which has always been

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TONY PASTOR
donated to the aid of the Fresh
Air Camp.
The Fresh Air Camp, which is
now in its 27th season, is designed
to provide an integrated experi-
ence of theory and practice in
dealing with childhood malad ust-
ment, and a summer workshop has
beentestablished to attain this end.
Since some of the children
who attend the camp have come
from institutional placements
and have acquired records as de-
linquents, they present prob-
lematic behbavior in a far higher
incidence than would be true in
the usual camp. Many times
they are very difficult to man-
age; at all times they present a
challenge to the insight and in-
genuity of the adult.
Student counselors staff the
camp and are able to obtain valu-
able experience in their chosen
fields. Their job is to relate the
boy to the group in a non-punitive
and hygienic fashion. The Fresh
Air Camp is, for the camper, a
vacation camp. He comes for fun,
and expects to do the things which
camp life offers. The whole pro-
gram is conducted so that he leaves
camp as he came, unaware of any
"treatment" aspects.
This valuable social work is sup-
ported almost entirely by contri-
butions from interested persons
and organizations, and could not
be continued without these, con-
tributions. Assembly has endeav-
ored to make A-Hop the most
pleasant possible way for the stu-
dents to aid this worthy cause.
Keep those tennis racket strings
taut and in good condition over
the damp weather season by
sprinkling powder in the tennis
racket cover.

By JEAN WHITNEY and MARILYN JONES
A NUMBER OF parties will highlight the semi-final football week-
end. Indiana students who will be here for the big game tomorrow
will be among the guests at hayrides, dances and open houses on
campus.
The Sig Ep's have again come forth with an original idea for
a house dance. Tomorrow's "Blue Dance" will be informal and basedI
on a color theme. Everyone attending has been requested to wear
blue, according to Publicity Chairman Bob Pear. Decorations, lights
and favors will also be blue, but, Bob, we are wondering about
the blue refreshments!
In celebration of their 102nd anniversary on campus, the
Beta's are having an alumni reunion tomorrow. In order to accom-
modate the alums who will be here, the actives are moving out of
the house. Al Rich and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing
from 9 p.m. to midnight. A banquet will be held on Sunday follow-
ing initiation.
Sunday, the initiation of the new students of Helen Newberry
Residence will honor the birthday of the dorm's founder. The Board
of Patronesses, who will be guests for dinner, include Mrs. Henry B.
Joy and Miss Claire Sanders of Detroit, Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Mrs.
Philip Bursley, Mrs. Charles Jamison and Mrs. Hayward Keniston.
THE KAPPA SIG'S will have a "Theatre Party" followed by an
informal dance at their house tomorrow. All those attending will
see fraternity brothers Jim Lynch and Al Nadeau appearing in "Our
Town."
"Williams Wobble" including dancing, bridge, ping-pong and
singing, will be given in the West Quad rec room and lounge from 8
p.m. to midnight tomorrow. Refreshments will be served, according
to Dick Bender, social chairman of Williams House.
The AK Psi's will entertain their dates at a hayride tomorrow
at Broadview Farms. Following the hayride they will return to
the house for dancing and refreshments.
Ivan Parker will be the square dance caller at the Chi Phi barn
dance tomorrow. The house will be decorated with cornstalks, hay
and scarecrows, and jeans and plaid shirts will be worn by the
guests.
INDIANA PHI GAM'S and alums will be entertained at a buffet
supper and record dance from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at the
Fiji House. George Irwin from Quincy, Ill., a past president, will be
among the guests.

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The Women's Athletic Building
will be open from 3 p.m. to mid-
night today for an all-campus
Sports Night sponsored by the
Women's Physical Education Club.:
Among the activities in the pro-
gram will be informal dancing,
ping pong, and bridge.
The Intramural Building will
be open to all students for
the weekly Co-recreational Sports
Night from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. to-
day.
Identification cards will be re-
quired of all students, each stu-
dent will also be allowed one guest.
Lockers and towels will be furn-
ished free of charge to all those
attending the program.

Among student talent to be pe-i ing an Englishman imitating a
sented during intermission at the vaudeville hoofer imitating a
Campus Casbah today and tomor- Negro blues singer.
row will be George Olsen, son of
the famous bandleader of a decade Performers will be introduced
ago, and Bob Braisted and his by master of ceremonies, Buck
banjo. I Dawson. 'Professor". Dawson will
Olsen will portray some of the kalso enact his "Male Call" with
better known acts made popular the help of his secretary, Marcia
by Al Johnson and recently im- Ames.
itated by Larry Parks. As Olsen Tickets are on sale in the Un-
says, it will be "a Swede imitat- derpraduate Office of the League.
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Coeds To Sign
For Dances
Any coed interested in at-j
tending a special Willow Run
dance, to be held Friday, Nov.
14, may sign up in the Under-
graduate Office of the League..
The dances were begun last
year, and are being continued
due to the interest shown in the
affairs. Transportation is pro-
vided for coeds attending the
dances.
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