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OCTOBER. 19, l'1949~

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kaye's Antics
Set Pace for
PanhelShow
(Continued from Page 1)
up the piano and went through
their renditions of "Blue Moon,"
a take-off on "It's Magic" called,
"It's Tragic" and they did "The
Hucklebuck" for an encore.
Danny Kaye then took center
stage and captivated the audi-
ence for the rest of the show.
He began with a practiced rou-
tine, but forgot it soon after and
spent the evening adlibing.
When Betty Jo Faulk, Panhel
president, and Mary Nell Walker,
head of the committee which
irought the show to Ann Arbor,
presented Kaye with the scroll
proclaiming him the first male
member of Michigan Panhellenic,
he sighed and said, "Of all the col-
lege towns I've been to, Ann Arbor
is really one of the best!"
HE ALSO made a speech which
received a huge amount of ap-
plause, but which nobody exactly
figured out. He had on Miss
Walker's mortarboards and seem-
ed to be imitating a graduation
day speaker.
He closed this speech with a
genuine tribute to Ann Arbor
saying that he had never before
encountered such warmth, en-
thusiasm and generosity.
In an afternoon interview, Kaye
C mentioned the Union Opera, and
expressed considerable interest in
this project. His comment after
seeing the tentative scenario for
the 1950 production was, "It has
the makings of a Broadway suc-
cess."
Some of Kaye's best liked num-
bers were "Balling the Jack" and
another which included the audi-
ence saying "Zoom," "Shok, shok,"
and "Ha-ha-ha" as he directed
them in a gypsy song.

Attendance Prizes

To Be Given

At

Third Annual League Formal

W-

Prize gift certificates will be
awarded to the women's residences
with the largest attendance on a
percentage basis at the third an-
nual girl-bid League Formal slated
for Friday, October 28.
Residences will be divided into
two groups. A $10 merchandise
certificate at Chester Robert's Gift
Shop will go to the dormitory with
the highest percentage of attend-
ance. Sororities and houses with
groups of over 20 girls are eligible
to compete for the $10 gift cer-
tificate offered by the Music Cen-
ter.
Tickets, priced at $1.56, will go
on sale Monday from 9 to 12 and
Coed CalIendar..
Panhellenic Ball-A mass meet-
ing for all coeds interested in
working on Panhellenic Ball com-
mittees will be held at 5 p.m. to-
day in the League Ballroom. The
decorations committee will meet
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Gar-
den Rm. of the League.
Bowling Club-Coeds are wel-
come to attend the WAA Bowling
Club's organizational meeting at
5 p.m. today in the WAB Lounge.
Beginning and advanced bowlers
may attend and free instruction
will be given to club members from
4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Friday
at the WAB before regular bowling
begins Monday.
Union Bridge
The Union bridge tournament
will be held at 7:30 p.m. today
in the Terrace Room of the
Union.
A regular game will be played.

1 to 5 in the League and the Ad-
ministration Bldg. Each coed will
be requested to give the name of
her house when she purchases her
ticket.
Ted Smith's orchestra will oc-
cupy the bandstand. Among the
affairs Smith played for last year
The League Formal will be
held Friday, October 28, not
Saturday,. as. previously .an-
nounced.
are Soph Cabaret, Prosh Week-
end, and Mortarboard's Pay-off
Dance.
The first coed-bid dance of the
semester, League Formal is open
to all women on campus. "The
approximately 150 coeds who at-
tended the Union Formal will
have a chance to repay their dates
by showing them a sample of
League hospitality," said Mary
Ann Harris, publicity chairman.
A glorified apple theme will pre-
vail with Johnny Appleseed as the
center of attention. Decorations
will give the illusion of an apple
orchard.
Central committee members for
the dance are: Renee Pregulman,
general chairman ; Mary Lou As-
plin, ticket chairman; Sydney
Steck, decorations; Betty Swan-
son, patrons; Gail Foster, pro-
grams; and Mary Ann Harris, pub-
licity.
Union Pep Dance
To Follow Rally
To open homecoming weekend
with the proper football spirit, the
Union will hold a "Beat Minne-
sota" Pep Dance from 9 p.m. to
midnight Friday in the Ballroom.
The purpose of the dance, ac-
cording to Raffee Johns, general
chairman, is to help put across the
Wolverine pep rallies.

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-Daily--Alex Lmanian
KAYE KAPERS-Danny Kaye is shown at the piano leading some of the members of Panhellenic
Association in a songfest at the reception held in his honor at the League' yesterday afternoon.

Country Atmosphere To Prevail
At Fortnite Program Tonight

Corn, in the form of husks and!
humor, will be right in season
when "Assembly Goes Country
Style" at its annual Fortnite pro-
gram at 8:30 p.m. today in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Blue-jeaned independents will be
introduced into a countrified at-
mosphere as soon as they enter the
doors of the League. Prize speci-
mens from a local menagerie will

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guide coeds to the auditorium
where additional decorations will
complete the country setting.
The celebration will have three
main features. Installation of
house presidents will come first on
the program, followed by the pres-
entation of awards. Individuals
and residences with outstanding
scholastic and activities records
during the past year will be recog-
nized.
The climax of the evening will
come when the dorms enact a bill
of original, three-minute skits. The
group with the best dramatization
will be rewarded with a prize. The
board of judges will include Betty
Jo Faulk, president of Panhel;
Walt Hansen, president of the As-
sociation of Independent Men and
Marjorie Flint, president of the
League. Miss Flint will present the
skit award.
Michigan Dames
The University of Michigan
Dames Bridge Club, which was
scheduled to meet today, will
now meet one week later at 8
p.m. on Wednesday, October 26,
in the Hussey room of the
League.

Homecom ing
Dance Slated
for Saturday
Michigan's annual homecoming
dance, featuring the music of Nick
Stuart and his orchestra, will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day in the IM Building.
Stuart, who has acted in more
than thirty motion pictures for
Fox Studio and RKO, is now on a
personal appearance tour of the
country.
BEFORE beginning his present
tour, Stuart and his orchestra pro-
vided dance music for the Cosmo-
politan Hotel in Denver, the Clar-
idge Hotel in Memphis, the Old
Palomar in Los Angeles and the
Casa Loma Ballroom in St. Louis.
Patrons of these places praise
Stuart's smooth music and charm-
ing personality.
Decorations for the event will
be done by a New York concern
and will follow an appropriate
football theme. This may include
the winning homecoming displays.
The dance, sponsored by Stu-
dent Legislature and the Wolver-
ine Club will be informal and all-
campus. Tickets may be pur-
chased in the lobby of the Ad-
ministration building.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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University of Michigan Dames:
Drama Group will meet at the
home of Mrs. James Livingston,
417 Eighth St., Oct. 20, 8 p.m.
Polonia Club: Meeting, Thurs.,
Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m., International
Center. All members are requested
to attend. Future activities will be
discussed. All students interested
in Polish culture and social ac-
tivities are invited.
Party: Meeting of the Cleveland
Club tomorrow night, 7:30 at the
League. All Clevelanders invited.
Young Democrats: Meeting,
Thurs., Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 3B,
Union. Program for the rest of se-
mester will be considered. Social
hour, Terrace Room. Refresh-
ments.
International Center Weekly
Tea: 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 20,

Alpha Phi Omega: Regular
meeting, Oct, 20, 7 p.m., Union.
Formal pledging ceremony.
American Ordnance Associa-
tion: Thurs., Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m.,
Architectural Auditorium. Prof.
Hugh E. Keeler will speak on
"Registration of Engineers." Open
meeting. The AOA will have a
field trip to the Ford Motor Com-
pany's Rouge Plant on Friday af-
ternoon, Oct. 28.
Sociedad Hispanica: . Tutoring
service. All students of Spanish
1 and 2 who desire tutoring, re-
port to 408 R.L. on Thurs., Oct. 20,
4 p.m.
Kindai Nippon Kenkyukai:
Meeting Thurs., Oct. 20, 8 p.m.,
East Conference Room, Rackham
Building. Persons interested in
Japan and Japanese culture are
invited to attend.
Druids: Meet Thurs., Oct. 20, 10
p.m., Union.

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