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OVEMBER 18, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Panhel Continues Ticket Sales
For Formal IM Dance Friday

Kenton's Jazz
WiIl BeStarred
A limited number of tickets are
still on sale for the 1947 all-
campus, girl-bid Panhel Ball,
which will be presented from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m, Friday in the In-
tramural Building.
"Elysian Eve" ticket sales will
continue from 1 to 5 p.m. in the
undergraduate office of the
League and will reopen during

Coeds

Start

New Project
Women are invited to attend
a meeting of the Personnel Com-
mittee of the League to be held at
4:15 tomorrow in the Rehearsal
Room to discuss the committee's
hew project, hospital visiting.
In cooperation with Alpha Phi
KOmega, men's service fraternity,
coeds will call on patients, espe-
cially University students, who
are confined in University Hos-
pital.
Visiting hours will be from 1:15
to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday and
Wednesday.
The project is an opportunity
for women to be of service to
their fellow students with a min-
imum expense of time, it was
pointed out by Shirley Maitland,
committee junior assistant.
Anyone interested who is not
able to attend the meeting may
, call Miss Maitland at 2-3225.

these hours in University Hall. As
the central committee does not
wish to crowd the dance, ticket
sales will be closed when the quota
planned for the Ball is reached.
Stan Kenton, 6 ft., bin. leader
of "progressive jazz," will pre-
sent his "Artistry in Rhythm"
and other novel features of his
"different" music for the Pan-
hellenic-sponsored dance which
is planned for all women on
campus, independent and affil-
iated.
The strange harmonic combina-
tions and constant beat of Ken-
ton's bass section have made his
"weird" music set a new high in
band popularity. In response to
the demand for many of his num-
bers including "Concerto to End
All Concertos!" and the "Artistry"
series, Stan will fulfill his life-
long desire and do a series of con-
certs this spring.
Among this year's new Ball
plans announced by the com-
mittee are a novel seating ar-
rangement for groups of friends
and a reception committee to
greet patrons.
Coat checking will be .handled
by Alpha Phi Omega, national
service fraternity, which will do-
nate all proceeds to the University
Fresh Air Camp.
The Central Committee of
JGP will meet at 4 p.m. today
and at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. The meeting which is
regularly held at 4 p.m. on
Thursday will not be held this
week.

Wives'Club
Plans Week
Seager Will Speak Today;
Meetings To Follow Talk
A group of varied activities have
been planned for this week at the
University Community Center,
Willow Run Village, by the Wives'
Club.
The list of activities begins at 8
p.m. today with an open lecture,
"How Does a Writer Write?" by
Allan Seager, professor of English
and author of "Equinox" and oth-
er works of fiction. Mrs. Newton
Webb, publicity chairman of the
Wives' Club, will introduce the
speaker.
Meeting To Followl
The talk will be followed by a
regular meeting of the Wives'
Club, conducted by Mrs. Herbert
Meyer, president of the club. The
Creative Writers' Club, of which
Mrs. Russell Kullberg is president,
will also meet after the program.
Refreshments will be served by a
committee headed by Mrs. William
Corringe.

DOUBLE DATE:
Two Dances To Feature Music

UP

By Bob

Strong

SPECIAL PURCHASE
BLACK SUEDE FLATS

By AUDREY BUTTERY
Not "from rags to riches," but a
lifetime of successive accomplish-
ments is the story of Bob Strong,
who will bring his organization to
the bandstands of two campus
dances this weekend.
Strong's band, now on tour ful-
filling personal appearance en-
gagements which accrued during
their long term radio contract, will
provide dancing entertainment at
the Professional IFC Ball, to be
held Friday in the League Ball-
room, and at "Rose Bowl Ball," an
informal dance to be presented
Saturday at the Intramural Build-
ing by the Wolverine Club.
Senior Petitions
Must Be Filed
By NextWeek
Petitions for senior positions are

STAN KENTON
White House
Invites Coed
A University of Michigan coed
will be a personal guest of Mrs.
Harry Truman at a White House
tea today.
Patricia Maloney received the
invitation from the President's
wife and flew to Washington, D.C.
yesterday. She is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. William Maloney. Miss l4a-
loney is expected to return to-
morrow.
WAA Notices
Crop and Saddle members will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow in Bar-
bour Gym for an important bus-
iness meeting.
All members who can not at-
tend this meeting are asked to
call Pat Peter, president, at
2-3225.
* *
Golf movies will be shown at
5:15 p.m. tomorrow in the base-
ment of the WAB. The movies
are open to the public.
* * *
The WAA Badminton Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Barbour Gym.
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
A HUGE STOCK
at all prices
Beautiful Assortments.
50c per box and up
W~ich4

At 8 p.m. tomorrow the Natural due by Saturday, Nov. 29 and in-
Dance Group will meet. terviewing will be held from Mon-
To Visit MSC day, Dec. 1 through Friday, Dec.
Plans have been made for "12, according to Jo Reuland,
Thursday, when twenty Willow chairman of the Interviewing
Village Wives' Groups will go to Committee.
East Lansing to visit the Spartan All petitions must bebturned in
Wive' Goupthee. A 8 ~m.theto the League petition box in the
Wives' Group there. At 8 p.m. the Undergraduate Office of the
New Art group will meet at theUnegaut Ofieo th
Center. League before this deadline. Peti-
tions will not be accepted after
The social directors of the Uni- this time.
versity Center have invited all Vil- Petitioners are required to sign
lage residents to attend an in- for an interviewing time by Nov..
formal evening at 8 p.m. Saturday. 29 on the bulletin board in the
Popcorn will be served and rec- Undergraduate Office of the
cords will be played. Guests may League or they will not be allowed
bring. any records they would like an interview.
to hear.

This Weekend
Unlike most newborn bands
which achieve popularity after a
long siege -of one-night stands
and tank town engagements, the
Strong outfit had a featured
spot on a coast-to-coast net-
work before it was even organ-
ized.
Now, after continuous engage-
ments on such programs as "Ava-
lon Time" with Red Skelton,
'Showboat," "College Humor," and
"Uncle Walter's Doghouse,"
Strong and his men have at last
entered the "in person" field.
Although Strong usually
makes use of only his writing,
directional, and arranging abili-
ties where the band is con-
cerned, he is also master of at
least six instruments.
Beginning at the age of one and
a half, when he learned to play the
phonograph, Strong successively
learned the mysteries of the piano,
violin, saxophone, oboe, clarinet,
and French horn.
Before he could read a word,
young Bob was reading music
fluently. At the tender age of
12, he won first prize in a fiddle
festival in his home town of
Wichita, Kansas.
After attending Wichita College
of Music and Kansas State 'Col-
lege, Strong went on to Chicago,
where his previous career as solo-
ist, arranger, and then band leader
of radio studio orcestras started.
For relaxation, Strong enjoys
golfing and fishing. As a gourmet,
he eagerly aticipates the food spe-
cialties of each city he visits.

$ 488
and $5.88

Coke Dance
To Be Given
Tom McNall and his orchestra
with Jackie Ward as vocalist will
be featured at the fifth Union
coke dance of the term from 3 to5
p.m. today in the Union ballroom.
All students on campus are in-
vited to attend the dance, whether
stag or with dates. Women are ad-
mitted free, but men are charged
a small admittance fee to pay for
the cost of cokes.
Bob Holland, union campus af-
fairs chairman, is in charge of the
weekly mixers.
TYPEWRITERS
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
Bought,
Rented,
Repaired,
STATIONERY & SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St.
G. I. Requisitions Accepted

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4) Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 311 W. En-
gineering Bldg. Guest speaker: Mr.
speak on the subject, "Hospital John F. Schn tdt, of Hauke, Har-
Pharmacy." All Pharmacy stu- desty, and Schmidt, Patent and
dents nad others interested are in- Trade Mark lawyers, who will
. vited to attend. speak on the subject, 'Patent
Law," in which he will discuss the
AIEE-IRE field trip to Televis- procedure and limitations of pat-
ion Studio, WWJ-TV. Meet at ents.
Michigan Union, 8:45 a.m., Wed.,
Nov. 19. Modern Poetry Club: Thurs., 8
p.m., Rm. 2208, Angell Hall. Dis-
"U of M" Rifle Club: Meeting, cussion of the French Symbolists
Wed., Nov. 19, ROTC Range, 7:15 and of Contemporary Criticism.
p.m. It's still possible to win a
place on the team. All experienced Sociedad Hispanica: Elementary
riflemen are urged to come down conservation group, Wed. 7 p.m.,
and try out. Nov. 19, Michigan Union.
U. of M. Flying Club: Open La S-ociedad Hispanica invites
meeting, Wed., Nov. 19, Rm. 1042, all students of Spanish and those
East Engineering Bldg., 7:30 p.m. from Spanish-speaking countries
All members are requested to at- to an informal get-together at 8
tend. p.m., Thurs., Michigan Union.
Room number will be posted.
AVC Membership Meeting:
Openforum centering about cur- Faculty Women's Club: Meet-
rent threats to American liberties. ing, Wed., Nov. 19, 3 p.m., ballroom
Michigan Union, Wed., Nov. 19, Michigan League Ballroom. Re-
8:30 p.m. gent Vera B. Baits will speak on
the subject, 'On Being a Public
A.S.M.E.; Open Meeting, Wed., Servant."

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