NEMBER 2, 1947
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MWHWAN D A Y / lVIV
Campus, Local Entertainers To Provide
Talent for Benefit Show Tomorrow
Coed Residences To Turn in
Lists of Activities at League
Campus and local entertainers
will combine their talents in the
annual benefit show for the Ann
Arbor Humane society at 8:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Masonic
Proceeds of the benefit will be
used for operating expenses at the
Goodyear Shelter. This includes
the salary for the Humane offi-
cer, maintenance of the truck for
picking up injured and unwanted
animals and f o r investigating
complaints of cruelty. Food for
animals at the shelter, and routine
shelter expenses including tele-
phone, heat, and light, as well as
records kept of all animals re-
ceived and adopted are included
in the expenses.
Repairs and improvements of
the shelter and truck have been
necessarily postponed because of
Featuring the music of Fran
Wine-Gar and his student band,
the Campus Casbah will be open
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday
in the League Ballroom.
During intermission the Casbah
will present Buck Dawson as mas-
ter of ceremonies, who will intro-
duce a program of student talent
and lead guests in a few novelty
numbers calling for audience par-
Suzanne Smith, mezzo soprano,
has been recalled on popular re-
quest to sing a series of popular
songs. She will be accompanied
by Jihm Berry.
lack of funds. The object of the
benefit is to provide sufficient
funds to operate efficiently dur-
ing the coming winter months
when calls for services to relieve
animal suffering increase.
It is to be hoped that the Society
will be able to enlarge its program
of Humane education in the fu-
ture, but the immediate object of
the benefit is to keep direct serv-
ices to the community and the
county in regard to suffering, lost,
injured and unwanted animals at
a high level of efficiency.
Master of ceremonies for the
performance will be Steve Fili-
pak, formerly with WPAG and
master of ceremonies on the
ABC show, "Club Matinee."
Campus talen participating in
the show includes Andrew White,
baritone, assistant professor of
voice in the School of Music and
formerly with Fred Waring's
Pennsylvanians; Gerry Rose, ma-
rimba soloist featured at varsity
night; Bob Braisted, banjo solo-
ist featured at varsity night; Bob
Braisted, banjo soloist, also fea-
tured at Varsity night, and the
Varsity quartet, composed of four
members of the University glee
Local members of the program
will be dancers from the Sylvia
studios in tap and acrobatic num-
bers; Norton the magician, who
has appeared in theatres, hotels,
and in schools in the vicinity;
Carol Swanson, soprano, who ap-
peared with the Chattauqua opera
company .last summer; and the
Saddle Ridge Buckaroos, who ap-
peared for three years on the Ford
Tickets may be purchased at
several stores on State Street.
ROYAL COUPLE-With the eyes of the world upon them, Prin-
cess Elizabeth and Lieut. Philip Mountbatten will exchange mar-
riage vows today, amid glittering pageantry in London's historic
Thousands Line Route To
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Royal Highness, the Duke of Edin-
burgh," appeared, with King
George and Queen Elizabeth, on a
flood-lighted balcony of Bucking-
ham Palace and waved to the
cheering thousands massed out-
Crowds hail Couple
"We want the bride," the crowd
"Isn't she sweet?" they yelled
when England's darling appeared.
"Isn't he nice?" they screamed
of the former Lt. Philip Mountbat-
Earlier in the evening the Royal
Family and clergy rehearsed the
wedding ceremony in Westminster
Government meteorologists fore-
cast gray winter skies and possibly
an "occasional drizzle" at wedding
time (6 a.m., E.S.T.). It was misty
and cold during the night, but
many hundreds slept on curbs
along the route of the procession.
Visitors Pour In
Visitors by the thousands poured
in at teeming railway stations.
Cries of "souvenir programs-one
shilling (20 cents)" and "balloons
and badges-one shilling" sounded
above the steady roar of the
Only a scattered few among the
throngs-estimated by Scotland
Yard at "several hundred thou-
sand"-had heard the news that
Philip's wedding present from his
future father- in-law is one of the
highest titles in the realm.
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD
For IM Bal
Tickets are still on sale for
"Rose Bowl Ball," informal dance
to be presented by the Wolverine
Club from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the Intramural Build-
Tickets are available in Univer-
sity Hall, at the Engine Arch, and
in men's dormitories.
Originally planned to celebrate
the end of a successful football
season, the dance was named
"Final Foot-Ball." With indica-
tions toward success now even
more definite, the Wolverine Club
has revised the theme and re-
named the dance "Rose Bowl
Roses Will Decorate
In accordance with the new
theme, roses will decorate the IM
BuildIng gymnasium. Entracesi
will be graced with rose-laden
archways, and color will likewise
be added to the bandstand by rep-,
licas of the "flower of the hour."
Bob Strong and his orchestra
will occupy the bandstand Satur-
day. "Rose Bowl Ball" is one of
two appearances his organization
will make this weekend in Ann Ar-
bor. Strong will bring with him a
retinue of talent to provide enter-
tainment for dancers.
Strong To Play
Strong's band was originally or-
ganized as a commercial studio
band at one of Chicago's largest
radio stations. Only recently have
they engaged in personal appear-
ance tours. The band was first
seen in Ann Arbor last spring at
Slide Rule Ball.
The Wolverine Club committee
in charge of the dance is headed
by Ann Sirota. Assisting her are
Gene Lamb, publicity chairman;
Harry Evans and Bill Zeller, build-
ing and grounds; Rosalyn Green
and Reta Narotsky, decorations;
Arlene Brice, programs and pa-
trons; Dick Leasia, tickets; Wil-
liam Masterson, refreshments;
and Herbert Weingarten, finance.
Members of the WAA Golf Club
will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
basement of the WAB.
Mrs. Hanley will give a golf les-
son. Members are asked to bring
their number two or three iron.
The WAA Hockey Club went
down for a 3 to 0 defeat in their
games with Michigan State Nor-
mal last week.
This week the club will face the
Ann Arbor Hockey Club of alumni,
faculty, and Ann Arbor residents
at 4:15 p.m. Thursday on Palmer
Field. This will be a revival of an
old rivalry between the two groups.
The WAA Bowling Cltb's weekly
recognition for the highest indi-
vidual score went to Elizabeth
Barse with a high score of 172 and
an average of 152.5.
The team rolling.the high total
were Helen House, Nancy Vedder,
Maizie Brice, Rosalie Moore and
Theta Sigma Phi
Will Meet Today
Theta Sigma Phi, women's
journalism honor society, will hold
a meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. in
the Editorial Room of the journal-
ism department in Haven Hall.
Plans for the meeting include
discussion of arrangements for a
fashion show ahd for a trip to Chi-
cago. All members are requested
to be present. Refreshments will
See the Annual
Actiit :chaiirmn;Cl LOr the Va ri-
ous women's residences must turn
in a list of all activities of the
women in their respecivehoui;ss
according to Donis Murray, chair-
man of Merit-Tutorial committee.
These lists must include the ac-
tivities for this school year only.,
and are not to be cumulative. All
reports must be turned in by Dec.
1 to the Merit-Tutorial Office in
The Merit-Tutorial committee1
maintains a file with a card for
To Meet Faculty
The second Student-Faculty
Hour of the semester will be held
at 4 p.m. today in the Russian Tea
Room of the League.
Faculty members of the chemis-
try and physics are to be the spe-
cial guests for the event. Co-spon-
sored by Assembly and. Panhel-
lenic Associations, the affairs pro-
vide students with an opportunity
to become acquainted with their
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
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A vast stock of jcwclled fraternity pins for immediate
delivery (where national regulations permit.)
Stocks are limited, and we urge you to SHOP EARLY
for Christmas gifts.
-Tom and Meredi/hi Suckling.
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
1319 South University Phone 9533
ci li uiiidergraduate woman en-
rolled at the University. These
cards include the name, address,
tlep"one number, class year
and a picture of each coed.
In addition to this information,
a report of the activities of the
coed for each school year is listed
on the card.
Attached to the back of the
cards are the personnel reports
turned in to the office on the coed
by various chairmen under whom
These files are used by the As-
sembly and Panhellenic Recog-
nition Night committees to es-
tablish the winners of various
After a woman graduates the
cards are transferred to the Alum-
nae Office, where they are once
A complete sellout of tickets for
the Panhel Ball, "Elysian Eve," to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
morrow in the I M Building, has
Ticket sales for this year's Pan-
hellenic sponsored formal, fea-
turing Stan Kenton's band, have
been discontinued because the
central committee does not want
to crowd the dance.
Planned around a Greek theme.
"Elysian Eve" will present special
innovations in decorations by
changing the I M building into a
temple of ancient Greece.
All students are invited to take
part in the Duplicate Bridge Club
at 7:30 p.m. today at the League.
Sponsored by the League, bridge
sessions are held weekly
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