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SUNDAY, OCTOBEIR 24, 1918

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Defroiter Donahue Returns
To Lead Homecoming Band

"Local boy makes good" is what
many are saying about Sam Dona-
hue, whose orchestra will provide
the music for the annual Home-
coming dance to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 30,
at the Intramural building.
Native Detroiters who know
r~oxahue as a child still cannot
understand why he did not turn to
athletics instead of music for his
career. He excelled 'in football,
baseball and basketball playing on
all three varsity teams in high,
school.
In his senior year Donahue
found that the band business
could be far more interesting and
profitable than he ever dreamed.
* * *
UPON GRADUATING, he en-
rolled at college but found that he
could not have a band and still go
through wtih his studies. The
owned of the Coral Gables Ball-
room in East Lansing offered his
band a summer booking. Donahue
took the job.
A few years later, he took a

job with Gene Krupa. Donahue
then went with Harry James
and later with Benny Goodman
that same year.
Feeling that he had gained the
necessary experience, Donahue
formed his own band again in
1941. Then the Navy called him
up for service and forced him to
disband.
*~ * *
IN THE SERVICE, he had his
own orchestra and was put in
charge of all Navy music for the
AFRS, played Command Perform-
ance shows and was featured on
service programs such as Yank
3andstand and Bands For Bonds.
When the war ended and he
was discharged, he formed a ci-
vilian band and has been going
strong ever since.
{ ive to the Red Feather

COJE D CAILIENDA R
A MASS MEETING of the JGP meeting at 5 p.m. tomorrow in Apphcants may sign up for in-
r ance committee will, be held at the Game Room of the League. terviews in the Undergraduate
i .m. Tuesday in the Rehearsal Members are to bring eligibil- Office. Interviews will be held
-oom of the League. ity cards. Women unable to at- from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow through
Coeds who wish to work on this end either the first meeting or Thursday.
.omrnitl ee may call Shirley Os- this one, should contact the chair-
good, 2 3203. man, Phyllis Bliss, 2-5570, or her Recognition Night is an an-
WoYk on this cormimittee does assistant, Scotty Gladden, 2-2539. nual program honoring affiliated
not prohibit a coed from working Others who are interested are still women for activities and scholar-
on other JGP committees. needed.
** * * An activities cup is awarded to
T~lE~GP ROGRM comit- THE DEADLINE for handing the sorority having the highest
THE JgP PROGRAM commit- in petitions for Panhellenic Re;- number of activities. The sorority
tee drges juniors wlo are inter- ognition Night is noon tomorrow having the highest scholastic av
ested in art, lay-out and adver- in the Undergraduate Office of erage is awarded a scholarship
t sing to sign up in the Under- the League cup.
graduate Offices of the League The positions open are general Sophomore, junior, and senior
* * e chairman, patrons chairman, pro- women having the most activity
DECORATIONS committee for grams chairman. publicity chair- points in their classes will be,
Pan Hel Ball will have its second man and finance chairman. named at this time.

SWISS WEDDING-Members of the wedding party and guests at the reception, held at International
Center, are (left to right) Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of the center; Mrs. May Landgren and Harry
Correy, witnesses at the ceremony; Erika Blenk Padel, the bride; Rev. H. L. Pickerill, officiating min-
ister; and Gerd Padel, the groom.
Swiss Bride, Groom Honored at Unique'
International Center Wedding Reception

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By PHYLLIS KULICK
"All the world loves a lover.
So toasted Dr. Es ion M.Gale,
counselor to Foreign Students,, to
the happiness of 'a smiling blue-
eyed blond Swiss Lide and her
groom at a wedding ieception in
their honor at International Cen -
er.
Literally every part ofthe globe
was represented at pi obably the
most cosmopolitan reception A L1 1
Arbor has ever seen.
* *
AFTER A FOUR-YEAR ac-
quaintance in their native Zurich
Erika Blenk and Gerd Padel re-
met in Ann Arbor and after one
month decided to bec,"me Mr. and
Mrs. However, all was not rosy
for the two lovers.
Padel, who is here on a Mich-
igan Press Club fellowship in
journalism was expected not to
marry in accordance with regu-
lations of the Institute of In-
ternational Education in New
Fork.
After hurried consultations a
I,ersuasive phone call was put
through to the Institute by Rab-
ert B. Klinger, assistant counsebr
Volleyball Schedule
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Delta
Zeta II vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I;
Mosher I vs. Vaughn I..
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.--Sigmi'
Delta Tau vs. Pi Beo Phi III; Al-
pha Gamma Delta II vs. Stockwell
V
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.-Jordan
IV vs. Stockwell VII; Barbour II
vs. Pi Beta Phi II.

at the Center, and cfficial sane-
tuon was obtained.
ARRANGEMENTS for the wed-
ding ceremony presynted other
troblems. "In Switzerland we don't
have such customs as giving away
the bride and the ring ceremony,"
thr now-Mrs. Padel explained.
A sympathetic minister, Rev.
By LUCILLE DONALDSON
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following
column of news about stludent fam-
ilies at Willow Village will be a regu
lar feature of The Daily Women's
Page. Persons having items to con-
tribute may reach Mrs. Donaldson at
1412 Oakham Court.)
Baby-sitting is a major block
in the social life of student par-
ents in the Village, but two wives
have solved not only their own,
but their neighbor's problems.
Mrs. Daniel Singer, of 1350 En-
field, collected the names of stu-
dent families in her neighborhoodI
and sent out 86 cards asking if1
they would be interested in a co-
op club to swap baby-sitting. Ten
mothers responded.
A monthly chairman arranges
sitters on request on a bank-ac-
count set-up. A mother or father
deposits three night sittings and
tIPen may draw three nights. In-
cluded in the club are Enfieli,
Dana. Dudley, Metcalf, Dell, Wes-
ten, Palmer, Sharon and Rowe
Courts.
Mrs. Heelen Samuels is organiz-
ng a similar group on Norfob:.
MRS. JAMES W. COX has still
another plan. For $1.00 she will
give a short course to men students
who want to learn baby-sitting.
The mother of two small sons,
Jimmie and Jerry, Mrs. Cox has
had nursing school experieni;e.
She reports that there are many
calls for baby-sitters and men stu-
dents could sit with sleeping child-
ren and earn money while study-
Though new in the Village, the
plan has been succesful in other
colleges. The Universicy of Louis-
ville reports such a venture.
Interested persons may meet
with Mrs. Cox at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at the University Commu-i-
ty Center.

H. L. Pickerill of the First Con-
gregational Church. revamped
i e American ceremony to con-
form to the Swiss Presbyterian
Church and performed the mar-
riage in his home.
Following a precedent establish-
ed several years ago when ,wo
ofiental students were honored at
a wedding reception a4 the Cent-
er, Dr. Gale decided another re-
ception was in order.
* *, *
WITH MRS. KATHLEEN M.
Mead, assistant to the director, in
charge, IC headquai ters was soon
rts~iendent in white bunting.
A four-decker v edding cake
was presented to the couple by
the Michigan Press Club. The
European Club sent American
beauty roses as a token.
Like every other American
cuuple, .Mr. and Mrs. Padel have
One main problem. In the words
of Mrs. Padel, "Anyone who wants
to give us an apartment is quite
welcome."

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