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NUNDAY, OCTOBER $, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"AUTUMN MAIZE":
Annual Homecoming Dance
To Feature Claude Thornhill.

music master

Amidst an autumn atmosphere,
couples attending this .year's an-
nual Homecoming dance will swirl
and sway to the music of Claude,
Thornhill and his orchestra.
The dance which is going to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Oct. 21,
in the IM Building, will be built
around an autumn theme and has,
in keeping with the theme, been
named "Autumn Maize."
DECORATIONS are being plan-
ned to give the room an atmos-
phere of the crisp, bright days of
the fall months. Programs are
also being designed to carry out
the same idea.
Thornhill, who is reputed to
be one of the outstanding band-
leaders of the year, has had a
life filled with music. At an
early age he began the study
of music, and at the age of
six, he gave his first recital.
From that time on he has de-
voted his time and effort to
music.
Beginning his work in the con-
cert field, he soon began to direct
his interests along the lines of
modern dance music.
IZFA Group
Meets Today
Members of the local chapter of
the Intercollegiate Zionist Federa-
tion of America will hold their
first meeting of the year at 7:30
p.m. today in the League.
Zelda Cohen and Marilyn Gla-
zer, IZFA members who spent the
summer in Israel, will speak on
their experiences there. Their talks
will 7be followed by an informal
question period.
The program for the evening will
include Israeli singing and danc-
ing. Refreshments will be served.
Assembly To Present
Annual Fortnight Skits
Assembly will present its an-
nual production, Fortnight at 7:30
p.m., October 23 in the Pattengill
Auditorium.
Each independent women's resi-
dence hall is responsible for a five
minute skit, which is entered in
competition.
Chairmen for this year's Fort-
night are as follows: co-chairmen,
Helen Yeager and Martha Tomp-
kins; publicity, Dolores Silver; pa-
trons, Joan Gissow; skits, Anita
Hirt; decorations, Norma Bailey
and Nedra May; programs, Marcia
Godfarb; honors, Phyllis Kaufman
and special skits, May Jackson.
Eyeglasses
Eyeglasses can be prevented
from becoming misted by polishing
the lenses with a solution of liquid
soap, three per cent glyceine and
a small amount of oil turpentine.

DURING HIS stay in the Navy,
his music was not forgotten. He
took over the baton of the Navy's
musical aggregation, the Rangers.
Now Thornhill is touring the
country with his own orchestra
and is also devoting much of his
time to making recordings.
Tickets for the dance wilL go on
sale from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to-
morrow in the Administration
Building.
"For the time of the year, come
to the 'Dance of the Year'," says
Hugh Greenberg, general chair-
man of the dance.

Coeds Prefer
New Activity
Of Speedball
"And it's a long pass landing
beautifully in the outstretched
hands of the receiver."
No, tlim sport being described is
not football. It is what is a com-
binatiorn of football, basketball,
and soccer. Touchdowns are made'
by kicking or passing to someone
who is on the other side of the
goal, sonewhat as in football.
This flame, speedball, is, as one
enthusiast describes, "a wonderful
variation of soccer which is more
interest*ng and has more excite-
ment #an an ordinary soccer
game."
Speeciball has been incorporated
into a 'WAA club. Last year was
the f year for a club of this
type. It was known as the Soc-
cer Clizb, but during the year
speedbaal was played several times
and was so well liked that soccer
lost out.
This club is open to all outdoor
sports-minded women. Previous
knowledge of the sport is not nec-
essary. It usually meets weekly.
Whether or not speedball replaces
soccer will be left up to the mem-
bers.
The Speedball-Soccer Club will
meet at 5 pam. tomorrow at the
WAB.
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CILAUDE TJJORNHILL

WAA NOTES

X1995

Archery Club.-New and
members will meet at 4:30
tomorrow at the WAB.
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old
p.m.

Officials and Coaches Club-An
organizational meeting will be held
at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the WAB
for all interested women. No par-
ticular skill is needed to become
a member.
a s s
Soccer-Speedball Club -Allin-
terested new and old members
may come to the meeting to be
held at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the
WAB.
Camp Counselors' Club-Coun-
selling for camps will be the topic
discussed by the club advisor, Miss
Berlin at the club's opening ses-
sion at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
lounge of the WAB. An informal
fireside meeting will follow. Any
interested coed may become s
member.
* . .
Scheduled games for this week's
volleyball tournament are as fol-
lows: Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well I vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma I;
Cheever I vs. Newberry I; at 7:15
p.m.-Jordan I vs. Alpha Xi Delta
I; Alpha Phi III vs. 3tockwell III;
at 8 p.m.-Martha Cook I vs. C ou-
zins; Martha Cook III vs. Mosher
Hall II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. - Hollis
House II vs. Alpha Chi Omega I;
Kappa Delta I vs. Alpha Chi Ome-
ga II; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Omi-
cron Pi I vs. Alpha Xi Delta II;
Delta Delta Delta I vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta II; at 8 p.m.--Chi
Omega I vs. Delta Zeta U.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. -- Pi
Beta Phi III vs. Stockwell IX;
Lipstick
Lipstick stains may be removed
from washable materials with gly-
cerine. The glycerine should be
worked into the fabric and then
the garment laundered in the
usual way. Soap and alkalies
should not be applied before loos-
ening the stain.

Stockwell * vs. Delta Delta Delta
II.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. - Zeta
Tau Alpha I vs. Barbour II; Delta
Gamma I vs. Hollis House I; at
7:15 pinm-Kappa Kappa Gamma
III vs. Gamma Phi Beta I; Alpha
Kappa Alpha vs. Stockwell XVI;
at 8 p.m-Ann Arbor Girls III vs.
Chi Omega I .
All cancellations must be made
by noon tomorrow.

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