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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1949 -
Music of Frank Tinker Will Be Featured
At First All Campus Union Formal Saturday

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The spotlight will fall on Frank
Tinker and his orchestra from 9
P.m. to midnight Saturday, Oct.
15, when they take their place
on the Union bandstand to pro-
vide music for the first all cam-
pus formal of the year.
After playing for three success-
ful years at all Union sponsored
dances, Tinker,sa junior in the
School of Dentistry, has become a
familiar figure on campus.
He is beginning his fourth year
with a new vocalist, Earle Pearson,
feaured with Billy Butterfield's or-
chestra before entering the Uni-
versity.
TINKER'S. SUCCESS on cam-
pus can probably be attributed to
the fact that he includes in his
repertoire not only currently pop-
ular melodies, but the traditional
old favorites as well.
"My first aim is to play music
that the students like," he re-
ported. The song which usually
receives the most requests is
"Stardust" in which trumpet
player, Clare Sheppard, solos.
Versatility is not lacking in the,

talented band leader, as can be
demonstrated by his performance
on the clarinet, saxophone and
flute. The popularly requested
"Danny Boy" and his theme song,
"When Night Falls," are two of
his original arrangements.
* * *
AT THE UNION Formal on Sat-
urday night Tinker will feature
the well-known melody, "Autumn
Nocturn," made popular by Claude
Thornhill. The Union Executive
Council has chosen the title of
this song as the theme of the
dance.
Decorations are designed to
create a colorful fall atmosphere.
Above the bandstand, framed
with yellow, crimson and brown
leaves, a harvest moon will smile
down on dancing couples.
Continuing the custom of former
Union Balls, w6men will receive
gardenia corsages and dance pro-
grams as they enter.
GENERAL CHAIRMAN of the
dance is Bill Bristor. The decora-
tion committee includes Bill Race,

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Irv Barill, Jim Root, Bill Peterson
and Bob Bristor.
Dale Coenen, Bob Waldon and
Jerry Mehlman are in charge of
publicity. Tickets will be handled
by Ned Stirton and Jim Callison,
programs by Larry Stein and pa-
trons by Hal Sperlich.
Tickets will be sold from to-
morrow throughbSaturday,rOct. 15,
in the Administration Building.
Club Will Honor
Campus Groups
Sororities, fraternities, men's
and women's dormitories will be
specially honored throughout the
year by the WAA sponsored Folk
and Square Dancing Club.
The dances will be held each
Wednesday night in the WAB
lounge with John Bates doing both
calling and a little instruction.
WAA is hoping to bring other
coed clubs under their sponsorship
such as a mixed bowling and
mixed badminton club, but the
Folk and Square Dancing Club is
one of the first.
* * *
NEW CLUB members will all be
welcome at the next meeting of
the club to be held from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. Wednesday in the WAB.
These members will form the
nucleus of the club and decide
who their special guests should
be from week to week.
Four groups in all will be in-
vited for each dance including a
sorority, fraternity, and units
from a men's and women's dormi-
tory. These guest nights will be-
gin Wednesday, Oct. 19 after fra-
ternity rushing is completed.
THE BOARD which is im charge
of setting up mixed WAA clubs
is headed by Vivian Frazier, who
is also manager of the Folk and
Square Dancing Club.
Board members include Janet
Dewey, Lillian Miller and Tom
VanBoorhis. Another male mem-
ber is still needed.
John Bates, caller, will be
giving instruction in both folk
and square dances and Mrs.
Valerie Moffett, club advisor,
will also help out with the in-
struction.
Mrs. Moffett is a new member
of the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Staff this year and will meet
with the club each week.
If any men or coeds on campus
would like to do some calling for
the dances, they are welcome, ac-
cording to Miss Frazier.
Last year the club boasted a
membership of 60 students.
There are still several male
parts to be filled in the Soph
Cab floor show. Try-outs must
be rather tall. Interested soph-
omore coeds may tryout from
3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the
League.

DANNY KAYE-Students will have a chance to enjoy the Panhel
sponsored show starring comedian Danny Kaye Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Featured with him will be Skitch Henderson and his orchestra,
the Page Cavanaugh Trio and the Dorothy Dorben Dancers from
Chez Paree in Chicago. There will be two performances given:
one at 7 p.m. and one at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at
the Hill Auditorium box office.
* * * 4

Meeting To Sign
Soph Cab Coeds
In Committees
Sophomore women of the class
of 1952 will get a preview of the
fun, work and activity which will
go into this year's Soph Cabaret
at the mass meeting to be held at
5 p.m. Tuesday in the main ball-
room of the League.
The meeting is being held to in-
troduce the chairmen of the vari-
ous committees to those women
who are interested in working on
the Cabaret.
There are numerous jobs open
to sophomore women possessing
eligibility cards and ambition to
help out on their class project.
Chairmen for the 1949 Cabaret
include: Nancy Ericke, general
chairman; Margaret Ryburn, as-
sistant general chairman; Sue
Sears, secretary; Mary Gratzer,
assistant secretary; Lucille Gold-
stone, treasurer, and Anne Water-
man, assistant treasurer.
The list continues with Lois
Eisele, floorshow d dhairman;
Mickey Sager, assistant floorshow
chairman; Carol Eagle, music
chairman; Julia Hennig and Shir-
ley Stevens, assistant music chair-
man; Elaine Benjamin, dance
chairman and Betty Baily and
Anne Gilbert, assistant dance
chairmen.
Other chairmen include Cynthia
Bruce, script chairman; Carita
Houser, costume chairman; Jean
Abbot, assistant costume chair-
man; Barbara Elliott, ushering
chairman; Ginny Gish, stage man-
ager; John Gieslow, assistant stage
manager; Jo Grill, make up chair-
man and Isabel Rash, assistant
make-up chairman.
Ruth Grabowski is decorations
chairman; Barbara Arter, assist-
ant decorations chairman; Nancy
Weed, hostess chairman; Pat
Doyle, refreshments chairman;
Beverly Slarke, special booths
chairman and Mary Muller is as-
sistant booths chairman.
Joan Striefflin, program chair-
man; Cathy Sotir, publicity chair-
man; Carol Wilcox, poster chair-
man; Beverly Howell, stunt chair-
man; Nancy Porter, ticket chair-
man and Cathy Roney, assistant
ticket chairmen finish the list.
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WAA Notices]

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Tickets have gone on sale at
the Hill Auditorium box office for
the Panhel sponsored "Danny
Kaye and His All Star Comedy
Revue" to be held Tuesday, Oct.
18.
The box office is open from 10
a.m. until 5 p.m. daily.
Benefits from the show will be
put into a beach house for the
University of Michigan Fresh Air
Camp.
Mary Nell Walker, chairman of
the committee which is bringing
the show to ,Ann Arbor, refers to
the beach house as "Panhel's spe-
cial little baby."
Money has already come from
University students to go toward
winterizing the camp for student
recreational use. Winterizing will
include insulating and beating the
main lodge.
Those coeds who are attending
the second show which begins at
9:30 p.m. will receive late per-
mission from the Dean's Office.
The Dorothy Dorben Dancers
will include in their numbers a
dance called "Let's Go" which is a
football frolic replete with specta-
tors, cheer-leaders, banners and a
football hero.
The group consists of eight peo-
ple, a male vocalist and seven
women, including a featured
dancer.
They will also do a dance called
"Forbidden Fruit" and another
called the "Indian War Dance,"
the latter being one of Miss Dor-
ben's most famous routines.

Riding Club-Members of the,
Riding Club and Crop and Saddle
will meet together at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the WAB.
Outing Club-Outers will begin
the season with a bike-hike and
cook-out at 3 p.m. today. They
will leave from the WAB.
Soccer Club-Regular meetings
will be held at 5 p.m. tomorrow
and following Mondays at the
WAB..
Officials Section-Regular meet-
ings will be held at 5 p.m. to-
morrow and following Mondays at
the WAB.
Coaches Section-Regular meet-
ings will be held at 5 p.m. on
Wednesdays at the WAB.
Ballet Club-The organizational
meeting will be held at 7 p.m.
tomorrow in the Dance Studio of
Barbour Gymnasium. Both men
and women are eligible.
Camp Counselors Club-Mem-
bers will hold a cook-out at 5:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Island.
They will meet first at the WAB.
All WAA clubs are still open to
new members.

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