FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949
r THE MICHIGAN iAILY
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By PAT BROWNSON
HAYRIDES appear to be in the spotlight for the socially inclined
as many students settle down for a comparatively quiet weekend to
cram for those first bluebooks or, in the case of fraternity men, to rest
up after the time-consuming job of rushing.
ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE will cheer for the home team tomor-
row at an informal dance and listening party. Hot spiced cider, which
I hear on high-authority is quite a treat, and cookies will be served.
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THE MUSIC OF DAVE WISE will be featured at Tau Delta Phi's
r pledge formal tomorrow at the Union. A banquet will precede the
dance, which, besides honoring the pledges, will celebrate the recent
initiation of Eddie Cantor as an honorary member of the fraternity.
Details of the intermission show to be staged by the pledges are being
kept secret from the actives. Pledgeswill also present their gift to
the house. The novelty programs will be miniature magazines.
A HAYRIDE is in the offing for 20 couples who will leave from
Adams House at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. They will return at 10
p.m. to consume hot chocolate and cookies and to dance to records in
the recreation room.
REPORTS FROM PHI SIGMA KAPPA reveal that "a real old-
fashioned wing ding hayride" is planned for tomorrow night. Cider,
apples and doughnuts will be waiting for the couples when they return
to the house for dancing.
RESIDENTS OF TYLER HOUSE and their dates will leave at
2:30 tomorrow via University buses for the Fresh Air Camp. The af-
ternoon will be spent playing baseball, and dancing will occupy the
time from supper's end until the homeward trek.
GREENE HOUSE will go out to the Circle 7 Ranch in Ypsilanti
tomorrow night. From there residents and their dates will embark on a
hayride, after which they will go back to the ranch for dancing and
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Dance Will Have 'Autumn Nocturne' Theme
Intermission To Feature Campus Personalities
"Autumn Nocturne" Ball, the
first all-campus formal of the
year, will be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow in the Union
Frank( Tinker's orchestra will
play against a background of
gaily colored fall leaves, designed
to carry out the autumn theme.
As a special feature, the Union
Executive Council has planned in-
termission entertainment starring
four campus personalities.
MIKE CRAVER, a senIor in the
business school will act as master
of ceremonies. He also will display
his vocal talent by singing two se-
lections, "Five Feet Two" and "I
Want a Gal."
Michigan students will prob-
ably remember his performance
in the Gulantics Review held
last spring, He was one of fif-
teen entertainers selected for
David Corbett, a pre-med sopho-
more, will accompany Craver on
THE THIRD student to be fea-
tured during intermission is Joyce
Howard, a sophomore in the liter-
ary school. She will give a mono-
rogue representing a salesgirl in
a department store.
Miss Howard has a featured
role in the "Soph Satire," to be
presented this evening, and is a
member of the Gilbert and Sul-
Conwell Carrington will con-
clude the intermission program
by singing "Again" and "Four
Winds and The Seven Seas." He,
too, performed in the
Review last year.
Miss Sarah Blandin
ident of Vassar Coli
speak to members of th
Club at an informal g
at 3 p.m. tomorrow at t
of Mrs. J. G. Hays, 155
Gulantics "Welcome" will again be on the
door tonight when the WAB holds
a campus open house.
b Sponsored by the Women's
ng, pres- Physical Education Club, the get-
ege, will together will provide for dancing,
ie Vassar card games, refreshments and
he home The open house starts at 8 p.m.
5 Wash- and lasts until midnight. Sopho-
more women physical education
majors will be hostesses.
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BEHIND THE SCENES-Arlene Lange and Harriet Brown press
formals in preparation for the Union sponsored 'Autumn 'Noc-
turne' ball. The dance will be held tomorrow evening in the Union
The mode of the evening will be
strictly casual wear at the "Hard
Times Dance," to be presented
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
in the main ballroom of the
Tickets will be sold today on the
Diag and in the Administration
Building. They may also be pur-I
chased at the door of the League
Sponsored by the Student Leg-
islature as the last event in the se-
ries of Tug Week activities, the
dance will feature the music of
Clyde House and his orchestra.
Formerly this orchestra was under
the leadership of Del Elliott.
During intermission, losers of
yesterday's battle across the Huron
will have a chance to re-establish
their prestige in a mixed tug of
war. Following this event, Bill
Duerr, general chairman of the
dance, will award the most casual-
ly costumed couple with an appro-
Ful I Social Calendar Planned
Students not journeying to
Evanston for the Michigan-North-
western game this weekend will
find that there are a number of
events on the social calendar to
help them occupy their time here
in Ann Arbor.
DANCES: The finale of Tug-
Week will be held in the form of
an all-campus hard times party at
the League tomorrow evening.
The Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club will hold its regular
weekend dance tonight at the
"Autumn Nocturne," the first
all-campus formal of the season,
will be held at the Union from 9
p.m. to midnight tomorrow. Music
will be provided by Frank Tinker's
"SOPH SATIRE"-Members of
the sophomore class will present a
musical comedy at 8:30 p.m. to-
day in Hill Auditorium.
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MOVIES-"Black Magic," star-
ring Orson Welles and Nancy
Guild will be shown at the Michi-
gan theatre this weekend.
At the Orpheum the feature will
be "A Night at the Opera" with
the Marx Brothers, Kitty Carlisle
and Allan Jones.
"Les Miserables," a French
movie with English titles, starring
Harry Baur, will be presented by
the Art Cinema League and the
International Relations Club at 8
p.m. today and tomorrow at the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
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CONCERT-The Vienna Choir
Boys will sing at 8:30 p.m. today at
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