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E'RIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

Don Large Chorus To Appear
In Wayne King Concert at Hill

Featured in the Wayne King
concert, to be held Nov. 5 in Hill
Auditorium, will be the music of
the Don Large Chorus.
Handling modern swing and old
favorite classicals with equal fa-
cility, the group has an almost
limitless repertoire. The entire
chorus breaks into smaller groups
with each unit offering new and

unusual arrangements of currently
popular numbers.
Appearing with the Don Large
chorus, which originated in De-
troit, will be the three "Meadow-
larks." Also featured on the pro-
gram will be a group of men sing-
ers known as the "Grenadiers."
Wayne King claims that he
came by his title of "Waltz King"
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quite accidentally. Twenty-two
years ago when King was making
a personal appearance in Chicago,
the radio announcer lost his script
and was forced to resort to ad-
libbing.
Several times he referred to
"that Waltz King" because of the
music which the orchestra was
featuring at a time when the na-.
tion was jazz mad. The title'
caught on immediately and has re-
mained with the maestro ever
since.
Mail orders for tickets for the
concert may be sent to the Men's
Glee Club, Rm. 1020 in the Admin-
istration building.

MUSIC IN THE AIR-The Don Large Chorus will make its
appearance at the Wayne King concert, sponsored by the Men's
Glee Club, to be held Nov. 5 in Hill Auditorium.

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Witches, ghosts, pumpkins, cornstalks and hay will soon be flying
around campus as students get into the Halloween spirit with every-
thing from bobbing for apples to old fashioned hayrides.
* * * *
A MASQUERADE PARTY will be in progress at Betsy Barbour
House tomorrow evening, with pumpkins and cornstalks helping to
carry out the Hallowe'en theme. There will be dancing, games and re-
freshments. Pumpkin-shaped souvenir programs will be received by
all women attending.
GUESTS OF THE CHI OMEGA'S tonight will have to climb a
ladder over the side door to gain entrance to a gala Hallowe'en party.
Once inside they will be beseiged by a group of ghastly witches. One
room of horror will be like a gigantic spider web, another will be full
of skeletons and old bones. In the last room caricatures of witches will
prevail.
* * * *
ZOOT-SUITED SAE'S will escort their flashily dressed dates into
the "Blue Flame" nightclub for the Harlem Hop tomorrow. Johnny
Harberd's band will provide music for the dancers in a room complete-
ly decorated in blue from the tables to the walls. Streamers will de-
scend from the ceiling. Center of attraction will be a large blue flame.
ALSO JOINING the hayride brigade tomorrow will be the Delta
Chi's. If the weather permits they will cook wienies along the way.
Otherwise, they will use the fireplace at the house. Potential crooners
will have an opportunity to display their talents in an old-time song-
fest.
* * * *
COUPLES 'EMBARKING from Strauss House on a hayride will be
guests of the Circle 7 Ranch tonight. There'll be dancing and refresh-
ments of cider and apples.
* * * *
THE ALPHA GAM'S backyard will be the scene of a barbecue to-
night, when the blue-jeaned group assembles for a Hallowe'en party
with square dancing and the traditional games. Dave Palmer will do
the calling.
* * * *
ZBT'S are going in for a number of novel things tomorrow at their
Hallowe'en party. Among the games to be played are "Pass the Apple,"
described as a "pretty cute" new game and "Apple on a String," some-
thing old, but with a new twist. Also on the list of entertainment is
bobbing for apples and "Spin the Bottle." Refreshments will be a sur-
prise, but promise to be very different.
* * * *
A BLUE JEANS-MASQUERADE is what Alpha Xi's and their
dates are planning Sunday to celebrate Hallowe'en. The house house
will be filled with cornstalks, pumpkins, orange and black streamers
and even a few assorted witches and goblins.
* * * *
SKELETONS, black cats and witches will be found at Zeta Tau
Alpha's hard times party tonight. Cider, doughnuts and apples will
be served as refreshments.

Students Plan
Costume Fest
Jack O'Lanterns, apple bobbing
and cider will be introduced to
many of the University's foreign
students at the Internnational
Center Hallowe'en party to be
held from 8 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow at Rackham Assembly
Hall.
Although many of the students
dress in their native costumes for
this annual affair, it is not un-
usual to see an Arab in Chinese
garb or an Indian attired in a
hula skirt.
International Center officials, as
well as American friends, take part
in the festivities. Because this type
of party is so typically an Amer-
ican custom we invite Americans
to help show the foreign students
here what a Hallowe'en party is
like,",-Mrs. Antonietta Leeds, su-
pervisor of the party said.
Tickets for the party are avail-
able at the International Center.

Season Dance
Will Be Held
By Journalists
The Journalism Society will
celebrate the Halloween season
with a dance, to be held from 8
p.m. to midnight today in the
ABC Rm. of the League.
In keeping with the Hallowe'en
tradition, pumpkins and corn
shocks will decorate the room. Free
refreshments of cider and dough-
nuts will be served.
The dance is primarily designed
to acquaint prospective members
of the Journalism Society, a newly
revived organization comprised of
men and women in the journalism
department.
Among the activities sponsored
by the society is a coffee hour, held
at 4 p.m. every Wednesday in the
Haven Hall News room.
The journalists also present
guest speakers and publishes a
weekly newspaper called the By-
Line.
Tickets for the dance' may be
purchased for 50c at the door this
evening or in the offices of the
journalism department during the
day.
Assembly To Hold
First Open House
Assembly will sponsor its first
open house from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.,
Sunday, Oct. 30 in the Grand Rap-
ids Room of the League.
The affair is open to all stu-
dents, who may attend with or
without dates.
Entertainment for the evening
will include ping pong, card play-
ing and dancing to juke box music.
Those who enjoy television will be
able to tune in on their favorite
Sunday evening programs on the
League's TV set.
Women who are interested in
serving as hostesses may contact
Rose Potcova, Assembly social
chairman, at Jordan Hall, 2-4561.

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Apples, bridge and attendance
prizes will be highlights of the
League Formal which will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tonight in
the League Ballroom.
Music for the semi-formal, coed-
bid dance will be provided by Ted
Smith's 14-piece band. Smith is
well known on campus for his ap-
pearances last year at dances such
as Soph Cabaret, Frosh Weekend
and Mort ar Board's Pay-Off
Dance.
* * *
WINNERS of the attendance
prizes, given to the houses with the
largest representation present, will
be announced at the dance.
An apple theme will predomi-
nate, with free apples to be dis-
tributed to guests in the Ball-
room and the-second floor lobby.
The Ballroom is to be trans-
formed into an orchard com-
plete with Johnny Appleseed
reaching for a large red apple
suspended over the bandstand.
Gift certificates will be awarded
to the women's residences with
the highest percentage of attend-
ance. Dormitories will compete
for a $10 certificate at the Music
Center, while sororities and house
groups of over 20 women will vie
for a $10 certificate at Robert's
Gift Shop.
* * *
HEAVEN IS to Michigan as Hell
is to Minnesota," Mosher's win-
ning Fortnite skit, presented at
Assembly's recent show, will be
repeated during intermission. The
skit is a take-off on Adam and
Eve's banishment from the Gar-
den of Eden.
Besides dancing; there will be
television and cards. A bridge
tournament will be run off be-
tween 9:30 and 10:30 in the
Grand Rapids Room by Mrs.
Walter McLean, who gives the
regular League bridge lessons.
The tournament winner will be
awarded a $5 cash prize.
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Tickets are on sale in the League
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Marilyn Buell, urges members
to report for work at the Pub-
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