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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1949,

TH FMICHIGAN DAILY

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-Daily-Wally Barth
DEEP DISCUSSION-Pictured above is a typical scene from the Student-Faculty Hour held Thurs-
day in honor of the Romance Language Department. The object of these informal gatherings, held
from 4 to 5 p.m. every Thursday in the Grand Rapids room of the League, is a better acquaint-
anceship between the student body 'and faculty members. Each week, until Dec. 8, a different de-
partment of the University will be honored. The teas are open to the public.
Wayne King Orchestra To Be Featured
In Tonight's Concert at H ill Auditorium

Tri-Delta Team
Meets Pi Phis
At Burns Park
Sorority touch football will be
at its best according to the ad-
vertisements, at the annual Tri-
Delt vs. Pi Beta Phi "Powder
Bowl" to be held at 3:30 p.m. Sun-
day afternoon at Burns Park.
This game will be the third of
the "Powder Bowl" series. The Pi
Phis won both of the other games
by a score of 13 to 0.
HOWEVER, Virginia Correll,
one of the Tri Delt's star offensive
full-backs, says that there will be
a turn-about this year.
Shelda Ryburne of the Pi Phi
team believes that their team
will have even more drive than
last year, with their fathers
there to cheer them on. This is
the Pi Phi's Father's week-end.
The women play with a nine
,man" team which leaves out the
tackles. Two hands are required
to touch the runner with the ball
and declare it dead.
** *
EVERYONE except the guards
and center are eligible for passes
and downs are awarded on a ten
yard basis as in varsity football.
A new addition to the "Pow-
der Bowl" this year is a gold
trophy which is to be kept by
the winning team until the next
game. Engraved on the trophy
are the scores of the '47 and '48
games which the Pi Phi's won.
Gail Huntington, center for the
Pi Phis, commented, "We've been
watching Tri-Delt scrimmages,
but haven't been able to do much
scouting."
* * *
JIM DICKERSON and Bill Cris-
pin, the men who coached the
Pi Phis to victory last year, have
again been their coaches this sea-
son.
The Tri-Delts are being
coached by Chuck Ritz who has
had experience coaching wo-
men's sports before.
Several of the Michigan var-
sity football men will be out for
the game to referee and general-
ly assist. They are Don Dufek,
John Ghindia, Harry Allis and
Reginald Sauls.

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NEWS

F IK I L- GEK M A N C H U R C.M--The "Peace Church"
of Berlin-Friedenau Evangelical Community, first built in Berlin
since war, was financed by donations from Gcmany and abroad.

Wayne King and his well known
orchestra will be presented at 8
p.m. tonight in Hill Auditorium
under the sponsorship of the Men's
Glee Club.
Coming from sell out perform-
ances in Chicago and Minneapolis,
the orchestra will feature its well-
known musical style of softly
muted strings and complete elimi-
nation of drum solos. It is this
trademark of smoothness which
has brought the "Waltz King" re-
peated compliments for his rest-
ful and full-bodied music.
OPENING the show with a med-
ley of Victor Herbert melodies, the
program will continue with a pre-
W AA Notices
The volleyball tournament,
which will probably be finished
within the next few weeks, will
continue with ' the following
games:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Mosher I
vs. Alpha Delta Pi I; Zeta Tau Al-
pha II vs. Stockwell II; 7:15 p.m.
-Stockwell XVII vs. Jordan II; 8
p.m-Lester House vs. Couzens;
Markley vs. Stockwell VI.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Barbour
I vs. Alpha Gamma Delta I; Mosh-
er II vs. Alpha Phi II; 7:15 p.m.-
Pi Beta Phi II vs. Alpha Delta Pi
II; Chi Omega II vs. Angel House
-Unit I; 8 p.m.-Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Zone I-Team I;
Delta Gamma II vs. Zeta Tau Al-
pha I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Jor-
dan I vs. Kappa Alpha Theta III;
7:15 p.m.-Gamma Phi Beta II vs.
Alpha Xi Delta I; Kappa Kappa
Gamma I vs. Pi Beta Phi I; 8
p.m. Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Stock-
well IX; Kleinstuck I vs. Kappa
Delta.
Thursday at 5:10-Chi Omega
IV vs. Alpha Omicron Pi II; Delta
Delta Delta III vs. Stockwell IV;
7:15 p.m.--Chi Omega III vs. Pi
Beta Phi III; Collegiate Sorosis
III vs. Kappa Kappa Garmma III;
8 p.m.--Kappa Alpha Theta I vs.
Stockwell XX; Kappa Kappa
Gamma II vs. Ann Arbor Girls.

sentation of timeless favorites and
special request numbers.
Featured vocalist with the

Show Grants
Scholarships

Proceeds from the recent Fash-
ionscope program, held in Detroit,
will be used to provide thirteen
scholarships of $200 each for Uni-
versity women.
Fashionscope is the annual style
show of a leading Detroit depart-
ment store. This year it was
sponsored by the University Alum-
nae Council, headed by Mrs. Rob-
ert F. Watt.
Part of the proceeds will also
be contributed to Henderson
House which is a women's cooper-
ative house given to the University
by the Alumnae Council some
years ago.
' The scholarship awards will be
divided among the women's dor-
mitories. Stockwell Hall will re-
ceive three; Mosher and Jordan
Halls, two each and Couzens Hall,
Martha Cook Building, Sarah Cas-
well Angell House, Mary Louise
Hinsdale House, Henderson House
and Caroline Hubbard Kleinstuck
House, one each.
Michigan Dames
Plan Next Events
The Music Group of the Michi-
gan Dames will meet at 8 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Rob-
ert Stauffer, 405 East Jefferson.
Plans will be made for the coming
year.
The Sewing Group will meet at
8 p.m. on Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. James DeLesDernier, 1033
Packard. Each woman is -to bring
her Christmas gift project. Mrs.
Steven Spear will assist Mrs. De-
LesDenier as hostess.
The University of Michigan
Dames' general meeting will not
be held on Tuesday as planned.
They will meet at 8 p.m. on No-
vember 15, in the General Assem-
bly Room of the Rackham Build-
ing.

group will be popular songstress
Nancy Evans. With a vocal
range which enables her to move
from the lowest to the highest
notes of the musical scale with
equal ease, she is known as hav-
ing the perfect voice for rendi-
tions of "torchy" songs.
Among the numbers in which
she will be featured at the show
are "Lazy River," "Ciribiribin,"
"'Begin the Beguine" and "The
Man I Love."
BARITON9E HARRY HALL, a
newcomer with the group, has a
favorable past record of night-
club and radio appearances.
At tonight's performance he
will present "Some Enchanted
Evening," "Four Winds and the
Seven Seas," "Hallelujah" and
"The Lord's Prayer."
Tickets for the concert may be
purchased all day at the box of-
fice of Hill Auditorium.

HOLDUP IN HYDE PARK - A wedding party,'
coaching in Hyde Park, London, is held up at pistol point by a
horseman who took this means of- tendering his gift to the bride.

en's Glee Club Presents

ASSEMBLY HEAD:,-
Brig. Gen. Carlos P. Romulo
(above), of the Philippines, was
elected President of the United
Nations General Aisembly at its'
session in NewYork.""

H A Y U N A M-O U N T A IN S ID E - Farmers from Fischbach in the valley below cut
bay high on the slope of the Heuberg (Hay Mountain) in German Bavaria near the Austrian border.

Someday he will
be strong and go
to Michigan . .
Then he, too, will

A F T E R 3 6 0 0 0 0 M I L E.S-Fritz Huxel (left) con-
veys his 1912 Opel with a record of 360,000 miles to the manufac-
turer at Ruesselsheim, Germany, for its museum. Looking on are
Alfred Gaedertz, manager, and Huxel's daughter, Mrs. Liesel Sorg.

I K E P E C A L S TBettySmith,whooncetoldofa
tree in Brooklyn, plants a yaupon bush at -her new home in Nags
Head, N. C. The yaupon is a species of holly.

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