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FRDAY, OCTIOBER. 15, 94k

THE MICHITGAN DATTY

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Mexican Musicians To Offer
Casbah Halftime Prograimt

Union Plans

Gay

Nineties

Mexican stylists will entertain
during intermission at this week's
campus Casbah from 9 p.m. to
midnight today and tomorrow in
the League Ballroom.
Edgardo Blanchet and Hector
Ma r~iiez, with their guitar-ballad
duos, promise original Mexican
music, quite distinct from popu-
larized commercial South Amer-
ican stuff.
Decorations chairman Jo Bell
has announced a new furniture
arrangement that should "really
please our customers." Conversa-
tion groups will dominate with
conveniently arranged sofas, up-
holstered chairs and tables.
FOR THE COKE-SIPPERS and
larger parties there will also be
resumed some of the popular table
groups along the sidelines.
The new League television set
will be on all evening for all
those who attend the Casbah.
Ushering in his fourth success-
ful week as Casbah maestro will
be Art Starr and his Sextet. Art
is armed with arrangements this
week and challenges his dancing
audiences to stump him with re-
quests.
* * *
THE CASBAH will continue its
hostess system, with members of
the Casbah Committeee and
League Council attending the
weekly event to receive criticism,

4* *7

Intermission
"Beat Northwestern" will be the
theme of tonight's informal post-
Pep Rally dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight in the Union Ballroom.
Couples are urged to "come as
they are" directly from the Pep
Rally, which moves from the Un-
ion steps at 7:15 p.m.
Entertainment on a Gay Nine-
ties theme will be provided.by the
Zete Quartet of Zeta Psi, which
will feature turn-of-the-century
music.
Jack Kruse, Don Ross, Mark
Wenley and Hal Beam make up
the combo. Pollee Thomson and
Jim Riese will act as co-masters
of ceremonies and will entertain
with a duet.
Miss Thomson will also give
Beatrice Kay renditions of two
gripping ballads-"If I Were a
Millionaire" and "Curse of an
Aching Heart," with Barbara Kelso
providing the accompaniment.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra,
featuring the vocals of Bill Lay-
ton, will play for the dancers as
usual both tonight and tomorrow.
Michifish
Michifish tryouts will be held
from 7 to 11 a.m. tomorrow at the
Union Pool.

On tie40io
By MARJE SCHMIDT and SYLVIA FOLZ
This weekend the maize and blue will be flying high-with a
purple and white welcome sign-as campus quarters are once again
flung open for football frolics.
A "Suppressed Desire Party" --has been planned by the Sigma
Phis for Saturday evening. Everyone has been instructed to come
dressed as their suppressed desire. Carrying out the theme will be
surrealistic decorations.
* * * *
HAYRIDES WILL steal the social spotlight tonight. The Alpha
Chi Omegas will take their dates to McCallough's farm followed by a
record dance at the house.
Washtenaw Farms will be the scene of the hayride given by
Alpha 'Omicron Pi. Meanwhile the engineers of Triangle have
promised an invigorating ride through Ann Arbor with refresh-
ments at the house afterwar
The Zeta Tau Alphas nave selected an atmosphere of utmost
secrecy for their party from 9 to midnight tonight. Entitled "Mas-
querade Ball," the coeds have planned that no one will know her
date until midnight when the masks come off.
*. * * * .
COMIC STRIP CHARACTERS will come to life at the Phi Gams
comic strip dance tomorrow night. The house will be done over in
funny papers, and prizes will be awarded for the best costume.
A costume party along different lines will be given by the
Sigma Nus from 9 to midnight Saturday. The house will become
a police station with barred doors in accordance with the jailbird
theme.
Acacia has planned a record dance Saturday honoring their NW
visitors. At 10:30 the Acacia Little Theatre Group will present an
original play, "When Night Falls, Dear-a la Schmaltz."
TO WELCOME their Northwestern fraternity brothers, the Theta
Xis are holding a barn dance from 9 to midnight tomorrow.
The dental men of Delta Sigma Delta and dates also plan a
square dance from 9 to midnight tomorrow.
The Sigma Chis are going strictly stag this weekend when 35
fathers come down for the grid contest. Following the game, there

na ,& Caement

La rson-Bauer
Mr. Uno L. Larson of Gary, Ind.,
has announced the marriage of
his daughter, Rosemary, to R.
Glenn Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph G. Bauer of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mrs. Bauer graduated from the
School of Education in 1947. She
was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha
and was in the Women's Glee Club
and A.A.U.W.
Mr. Bauer graduated from the
School of Engineering in June and
is now enrolled in the law school
here. He is a member of Phi Sigma
;:kappa and Tau Beta Pi.
The wedding took place on Au-
gust 28 in Gary.
* , *
Fick-McClintic
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Fick of La-
peer, have announced the marriage
of their daughter, Patricia, to Wil-
liam McClintic, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira W. McClintic of Meta-
mora.
Mr. McClintic is a junior in the
Literary College. He is a member
of Phi Sigma Kappa.
The wedding took place August
27 in Lapeer.
Hamilton-Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Ham-
ilton of Ann Arbor annoumce the
marriage of their daughter, Bar-
bara Jean, to William Barnes, son
of Mrs. Clarence R. Smith of De-
troit.

Mrs. Barnes is a graduate of the
Literary College and is a member
of Alpha Gamma Delta and Kappa
Phi.
Mr. Barnes is a graduate of the
School of Business, Administration
and is working on his master's
degree in business.
The wedding took place Septem-
ber 12 in Ann Arbor.
Norquist-Bostrom
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Nor-
quist of Jamestown, N.Y. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Hazel, to Roland C. Bos-
trom, son of Mrs. Aaron J. Bos-
trom and the late Mr. Bostrom,
also of Jamestown.
Miss Norquist graduated from
the School of Business Adminis-
tration last June.
Mr. Bostrom will graduate from
the College of Engineering next
February and is a member of Tau
Beta Pi, Sigma Xi and Eta Kappa
Nu.
Informal Rushing
All women interested in in-
formal rushing must sign up
between 9 and 5 today in the
League Undergraduate Office.
Women should bring eligibility
cards and $1.00 registration fee
when they sign up.

ART STARR
comment and suggestions for im-
provement.
Jo Bell and Ilona Fietze will
hostess today and Annette Munn
and Ann Schoonmaker tomorrow.
To keep stamps from sticking
to everything. try buying a stamp
box. Some types weighted down to
hold papers, have a concave top
to hold clips and pins and a padd-
ed base to protect the finish of
the desk. In addition, it is decora-
tive and inexpensive.

FIGHTS POLIO-Connie Hard-
ing, 12, hospitalized with polio,
holds one of the dolls she is
making in Sioux Falls, N.D., to
sell for the March of Dimes.
Soph Notes
There will be a meeting of the
Hostess Committee for Soph Cab-
aret at 5 p.m. today in the Garden
Room of the League.
A special booth will be open to-
day in U Hall where sophomore
women may pay their dues.

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Counselors Club outing this Sun-
day.
Counselors and guests plan to
meet at 4 p.m. at the WAB and
from there proceed on a brisk hike
to Bear Mountain where the day's
camp will be made.
'Round the campfire singing
and a supper cook-out will not
only provide amusement for par-
ticipants, but will also provide
helpful experience for those who
intend to become summer Coun-
selors.
A chilly sun-down and rugged
walk of course necessitates reg-
ular hiking clothes, perhaps even
including red flannels.
Hikers hope to get an early start
home around 7:30 p.m. for the
first outing. Longer and possibly
overnight hikes are being planned
for later in the term.
The club will also welcome vis-
itors who wish to go along, accord-
ing to the manager. Anyone who
wishes to go, however, must con-
tact and make reservations before
6 p.m. today with Carol Tuer,
2-2281.

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