SUNDAY, WAMA~ 19, 1950
THE MIHIGAN DAIY
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Dental School Juniors To Hold
Annual Odonto Ball on Friday
Monroe and Moon Maids
In honor of the graduating sen-
iors, the Dental School Junior
class will present its 16th annual
Odonto Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday in the Michigan Union
The dance, which will be cen-
" tered around a "toothy" theme, is
open only to dental students and
members of the dental faculty.
Odonto Ball, which means "of
the tooth," was originated in 1936
j and is now one of the school
dances presented annually.
"The junior class promises some
unusual entertainment, talent and
decorations," said Jack Smith,;
chairman of the dance. Intermis-
sion events will include a parody
on Dental School life and a "Casey
at the Bat" routine by Walter
Shipmman, ('51 D).
Flowers will be given to the co-
eds at the ball which is formal.
Committee members for thel
dance are: decorations, Henry
Gluck, Elmer Schutt and Ben
Weinger; entertainment, Robert
Sena and Al Morris; flowers, Ed-
ward Jevesian; programs, Don'
Bailey; tickets, Jerry Miller; in-1
vitations, James Weiss; publicity,
Ralph Venk; photography, James
Winkler, and door prizes, Phillip
Petitions for Panhel Board
positions will be due at noon
tomorrow in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League.
Positions are open for six
senior and two junior officers.
The first League record concert
of the spring semester will be
held from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. to-
night in the Hussey Room of the
The selections on the program
have been chosen from the League
Council's new collection of rec-
ords. The program this evening
will include Mozart's Symphony
No. 40 in G Minor and Haydn's
Symphony No. 88 (13) in G Major.
It has been announced that the
compositions comprising tonight's
concert are included in those
which are being taught at present
in the Music Literature 41 classes.
The old Carnegie Collection
which was given to the League in
1938, is no longer in use. It has
been presented to the General
Library for its lending record serv-
Future concerts in this Sunday
night series will include Schehera-
zade by Rimsky-Korsakov, La
Valse by Ravel and Tschaikovsky's
Symphony No. 5.
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Men's Glee Club To Present
Monroe's Orchestra at Hill
Vaughn Monroe and his orches-
tra will appear in a show, spon-
sored by the Men's Glee Club, at
7 and 9:30 p.m. March 23 in Hill
Monroe's band is now organized
in such a way that it has both
mass and class appeal. They for-
merly played nothing but "so-
ciety" music but in 1940 revised
their musical library to include a
style which would be approved by
the "youth" of America.
The result is a combination of
simple dancing style and a rhyth-
In addition to Monroe, who
sings both popular and classical
tunes, the band features comedy
singer Ziggy Talent, conedian
Frank Fontaine and a vocal quar-
tet, the Moonmaids.
Ziggy Talent, who has been
with the Monroe band since it was
organized, will sing some of his
more reknown specialty songs in-
cluding "Josephine, Please No
Lean on the Bell" and "Vitamins."
A few months ago the Moon-
maids were coeds North Texas
State College. The orchestra's
press agent heard them sing there,
and sent their picture and a home
recording of their singing to Mon-
roe in New York. He was favorably
impressed, and the four singers
To Hold Meeting
Cleveland Club members will
hold their regular meeting at 4
p.m. Tuesday in the League.
All members who wish to sign
up for rides home for spring va-
cation are required to attend, ac-
cording to George Hawthorne,
vice-president of the club. Re-
freshments will be served at the
The room number will be posted
on the bulletin board in the main
lobby of the League.
Plans for the regular club party
Sto beheld during the spring vaca-
tion will also be presented at this;
now are featured in all of his
shows, recordings and radio series.
Mr. Monroe, strangely enough,
once refused to be a band leader.
He had been playing the trumpet
and singing in different dance or-
chestras for over, five years when
he received an offer to lead a
band. He refused this offer and
left the bandstand to work in a
After a short while, this job
lost its appeal and Monroe ac-
cepted the previous offer. Two
years later, critics acclaimed him
as one of America's top ten band-
leaders. He now has his own radio
show and records for a prominent
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The basketball tournament will
continue next week with the fol-
lowing games being played:
- Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Mosher
III vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma V;
Sigma Delta Tau I vs. Alpha Gam-
ma Delta I; at 7:15 p.m.-Stock-
well XVI vs. Jordan V; Stockwell
V vs. Masher VIII; at 8 p.m.-no
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Collegi-
ate Sorosis II vs. Hinsdale I; Delta
Delta Delta II vs. Pi Beta Phi IV;
at 7:15 p.m.-Ann Arbor Girls vs.
Stockwell X; Newberry II vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta II; at 8 p.m.-Alpha
Xi Delta III vs. Jordan I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Bar-
bour III vs. Pi Beta Phi I; Delta
Delta Delta I vs. Pi Beta Phi III;
at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell IV vsj
Gamma Phi Beta I; Kappa Alpha
Theta I vs. Alpha Phi II; at 8 p.m.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Kappa Beta Pi
I; Chi Omega III vs. Stockwell
For cancellation of games, call
Eleanor Doersam before 1 p.m.
Monday. Games may not be car-
celled after that time.
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