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May 01, 1949 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tennis Ball, Senior Ball, May 13,

2

1 To Climax Semester Events

'Senior Swing-Out' To Feature
McKinley, Campus 'Rah-Rah'
** *

The Class of 1949 will present
the "Senior Swing Out", a semi-
formal dance, from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m Saturday, May 21, at the
Intramural Building.
The Senior Ball committee has
announced that the dance's theme
will express the current campus
sentiment to revive Michigan
"rah-rah." Decorations for the
evening will feature sketches of
colorful Michigan traditions.
Music for "Senior Swing Out"
will be played by Ray McKinley
and his orchestra. While his band
is known as "the most versatile
bard in the land", McKinley him-
self is adept at the drums and
considered by many one of the
nation's top vocal stylists.
* * *
CR4[TICS RANGING from con-
noisseurs of pure jazz to commer-
cial-minded promoters have rated
McKinley's orchestra tops in
showmanship and danceability.
According to the band leader
himself, his orchestra is built
on the premise that the musical
wares . of a band should vary
according to the musical tastes
of its audiences. He believes
that the orchestra world is as
highly competitive as the sports
world, and that it is dangerous
for a band to specialize in a
particular type of music.
* * *
NO NEWCOMER to the music
world, McKinley first started with

RAY McKINLEY
* * *
the famous Dorsey brothers and
remained with Jimmy Dorsey
when the combination broke up.
Later in 1939 McKinley shared
co-leadership with Will Bradley
and made musical history with an
eight-to-the-bar style which be-
came known as "boogie-woogie."
When the war came he join-
ed the Air Force and performed
with Glenn Miller's AAF or-
chestra as a featured star.
When Miller was reported miss-
ing, McKinley took over the
leadership of the orchestra. Us-
ing the former members of the
Miller overseas band as a nuc-
leus, McKinley reorganized his
band immediately after the war.
Tickets for the all-campus af-
fair will go on sale tomorrow.

Spring Styles
To BeShown
"Frosh Fantasy", a style show,
to be presented by freshmen
women at 2:30 p.m. today in the
League Ballroom will climax
"Frosh Weekend" festivities.
Spring clothes will be featured
including cotton dresses, spring
coats and play clothes. Party
clothes and formals will also be
shown.
Though the show is entirely
sponsored by freshmen women,
everyone is welcome. No admis-
sion will be charged.
The fashion preview will hold
special attraction for all freshmen
women since announcement will
be made at the show of the win-
ners in the competition between
the Maize and Blue Teams for
their presentation of the two
"Frosh Weekend" dances.
The team which takes the hon-
ors will be presented with a plaque
engraved with the winning team's
name and the year. This plaque
will be passed down from year to
year to the winning team.
SAM Holds Picnic
Sigma Alpha Mu held its second
annual Orphan's Day Picnic yes-
terday at the Ann Arbor Golf
Course.
When the afternoon was over
there were some 45 happy, hot-
dog and ice-cream filled, ball-
game tired orphans and more than
that number of completely ex-'
hausted fraternity men.
The children came from the
Children's Village in Ann Arbor
and the Methodist Home in De-
troit.

Palmer Field Will Be Nature's Ballroom
For Couples Attending WAA's'Tennis Ball'

NEW EDITORS-Pictured above are left, Mariam Cady, newly
appointed Women's Editor and right, Lee Kaltenbach, newly
appointed Associate Editor.
WAA NOTES

Women's softball team playing
will continue this week with the
following teams competing
Monday at 5 p.m.-Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. Zeta Tau Alpha II,
Cheever I vs. Sorosis II, Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Kappa Delta II, Tri
Delta I vs. Couzens III; 6:45 p.m.
-Jordan IV vs. Unit III (Team
ID, Couzens II vs. Newberry I,
Michigan Christian Fellowship vs.
Delta Gamma II, Unit III (Team
I> vs. Pi Beta Phi III.
Tuesday at 5 psm.-Chi Omega'
IV vs. Alpha Phi II, Mosher II vs.
Alpha Delta Pi I, Sigma Delta Tau
I vs. Stockwell V, Kappa Kappa
Gamma I vs. Loser of Unit III
(Team I) vs. Pi Beta Phi III;
6:45 p.m.-Mosher I vs. Alpha Xi
Delta III, Stockwell VII vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma III, Alpha Chi
Omego I vs. Chi Omega II, Cou-
zens I vs. Jordan IX.

Wednesday at 5 p.m.-Pi Phi
IV vs. Jordan VII, Gamma Phi
Beta I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I,
Kappa Kappa Gamna II vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta II, Delta Zeta I vs.
winner (Chi Omega IV vs. Alpha
Phi ID; 6:45 p.m.-Barbour II vs.
Stockwell XI, Jordan III vs. Jor-
dan X, Alpha Omicron Pi I vs.
winner (M.C.F. vs. Delta Gamma
ID, Sorosis I vs. winner (Gamma
Phi I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I).
* * *
Pitch and Put Club - Golfers
who have missed one or more
meetings are to attend the make-
up meeting at 5:10 p.m. tomor-
row in WAR. Advanced players
will meet at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday
and should bring a no. 7 iron. Be-
ginning players will meet at 5:10
p.m. Thursday and should bring
a putter.

Students will dance in Nature's
own ballroom at the Tennis Ball,
all-campus dance, to be presented
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday,
May 13, on the Palmer Field tennis
courts.
The WAA and the Union will re-
place the Michigras spring pro-
ject this year with this open-air
event, which will take full advan-
tage of the natural decorations of
Palmer Field, according to pub-
licity chairmen Jerry Mehlman
and Lillian Misekow.
The decorations committee will
supplement nature with special at-
tractions built around a tennis
club theme. Weary dancers will be
able to rest their feet under check-
ered table cloths on the club-like
veranda, illuminated by Jar;jnese
lanterns. If thirsty they niay try
a "Tennis Ball Float," the special
concoction which will be whipped
up and served by the 'M' Club.
* * *
FOR THOSE who like strolling
in the park a small scale old-
fashioned green with appropri-
ately spaced benches will be one
of the main attractions.
The fourteen men who recently
combined to make up Manning's
outfit are mostly products of
"crackerjack service bands," ac-
cording to the new campus mae-
stro. The 'U' Concert and Varsity
bands are also represented as well
The Tennis Ball publicity
committee will meet at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in Room 3-N of the
Union.

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4:30, Choir rehearsal, Zion Par-!
ish Hall. 5:30, Joint meeting
of Lutheran Student Association
and Lutheran Student Foundation.
Speaker: The Rev. Carl Satre of
Toledo.
Roger Williams Guild: Supper,
fellowship, worship at Guild House,
6:00 p.m. Guest speaker will be
A. J. Muste, National Executive
Secretary for the Fellowship of
Reconciliation.
Canterbury Club: 3:30-5:00, Tea
for all Philippine students and
Canterbury Club members. 5:30,
supper and fellowship. Prof. Wes-
ley F. Mauer of the Journalism
Dept. will speak on "Competence
and Christian Impulse." Coffee
Hour follows at 9:00 p.m.
Coming Events
Forest Management Group: Mr.
Russell Watson will speak on
"Case Studies of Two Commercial
Forestry Operations in the Lake
States" Monday, May 2, at 7:30
p.m. in the East Lecture Room on
the Mezzanine of the Rackham
Building. All those interested are
welcome to attend.
Women's Research Club: 6:15
p.m., Monday, May 2, Anderson
Room, Michigan Union. Dr. Avery
Test will speak on "Unexpected
Sidelights from Studies in Human
Heredity."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Phi Sigma Society: 8 p.m., May
2, 1949, Rackham Amphitheatre.
Program Professor Norman R. F.
Maier of the Psychology Depart-
ment. Subject: "Animal Studies
in Frustration."
Sociedad Hispanica: Social Hour
Monday, May 2, 4 to 6 p.m., Inter-
national Center.
Science Research Club: The
May meeting will be held in the
Rackham Amphitheatre at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday, May 3.
Graduate Student Council
Meeting, Tuesday, May 3, West
Lecture Room, Rackham Building.
Annual School of Music Alumni
Luncheon will be held at 11:30
Saturday, May 7; in the Michigan
Union. All School of Music faculty
and students are invited. Reser-
vations should be made at once
with Nora Crane Hunt, 107 School
of Music Bldg.
Sigma Rho Tau, Stump Speak-
er's Society, Meeting: Tuesday,
May 3rd, 7 p.m., 2084 E. Eng. Bldg.
Program: Election of officers for
next semester. Also plans for
Tung Oil banquet May 13th.

Le Cercle Francais soiree tomor-
row, May 2, at 8 p.m., in the Mich-
igan League. All members are
urged to attend. Guests of honor:
actors of "La Belle Aventure" and
all those who helped in its per-
formance. A special program will
be presented. Songs. Refresh-
ments.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society:
All paint crew and construction
workers are to be at Lane Hall,
7:30 p.m. Monday, May 2.
Ullr Ski Club: Special meeting
at 7:30 p.m. May 3 in Room 3B
Michigan Union. Elections to be
held and plans for a Spring Pic-
nic to be discussed. All members
are urged to attend.
University Community Center,
Willow Village:
Mlon., May 2, 8 p.m.: Sewing
Class. Wives' Club Board.
Tues., May 3, 8 p.m.: Wives'
Club and Cooperative Nursery
combined meeting: Dr. Willard C.
Olson will speak on "Growth and
Development in Young Children."
Wed., May 4, 3:45-4:45 p.m.:
Rev. Elwards' play group for pri-

mary children. 8 p.m.: Ceramics.
Choir. Bridge.
Thurs., May 5, 8 p.m.: Ceramics.
Water-color class.
Sun., May 8, 6 p.m.: Church-
sponsored pot-luck supper. Fam-
ilies invited. Call Rev. Edwards
or University Center for reserva-
tions.
Easy Chair Group: 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, Lane Hall. Eino Kain-
lauri will discuss Finland and al-
so comment on our foreign policy.
Square Dance Group: Tuesday,
May 3: Lane Hall, 7 p.m.
Coffee Hour: Friday, May 6:
Lane Hall, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion
Group: 12:15 p.m., Saturday, May
7, Lane Hall.

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