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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Panhellenic Show To Feature Spike Jones

Spike Jones and his Musical De-
preciation Revue will star in the
Panhellenic Ass ciation's annual
Varicty Show to be held at 8 p.m.
Monday, Mar,. 17, in Hill Audi-
torium.
Mail orders for tickcts are now
open and box office wales will sta:t
on T.:arch 11. Tickets are priced at
$1.80, $1.50 and $1.20.
Among the members of Spike's
musical family who will be ftatur-

ed in the "City Slicker's" concert
is George Rcck, a trumpet virtuoso
and novelty singer.
George has been featured on
many of Spike's best-yelling :e-
cordings of 'Two Front Teeth,"
"Do Ya Wanna Buy a Bunny" and
"My Daddy is a General to Me."
Freddy Morgan adds his talents
as comedy nAimic and banjoist
along with Peter James, well-
I known comedian who has just re-

cently joined the City Slickers in
their new show.
Also featured on the program at
Hill Auditorium will be Bill King,
juggler, Le Wayne-Marlin Trio,
Ruth Foster, dancer and Joe Sira-
cusa, drummer.
Highlighted as vocalist in the
Musical Depreciation Revue will
be Helen Grayco, Spike's wife.
"Mrs. Spike" has sung with Stan
Kenton's band and in Hollywood's
Palladium shows before she joined
? the City Slicker's troupe.
Spike Jones started his career as
a drummer at the age of eleven
years. While in college he played
with various school bands until he
graduated and entered the profes-
sional field.
The bands of Everett Hoagland,
Kearney Walton and Rube Wolf
have all seen the services of Spike
t in the early part of his career. He
then played in the radio orchestras
of Victor Young, Dave Rubinoff
and John Scott Trotter.
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WAA Board
Head Selected
For Next Year
Nancy Fi ch was appointed last
night to serve as president of the
Women's Athletic Association for
the coming 52-53 year.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made earlier this year
rather than waiting for the usual
Installation Night procedure.
By working with the board dur-
ing the rest of this semester and
taking over certain duties, Miss
Fitch will be able to become ac-
quainted with her job before next
fall.
Miss Fitch is a junior in the
School of Education and affiliated
with Pi Beta Phi.
Interviewing for the rest of the
WAA Board positions was also held
yesterday, but the rest of the ap-
pointments will not be announced
until Installation Night which
will not be held until May 28.
Center Holds
WeeklyTeas
"Tea for two hundred" is the
theme song of the International
Center's teas which are held from
4:30 to 6 p.m. today and every
Thursday.
The weekly social hour is pre-
sented so that the foreign stu-
dents on campus can become ac-
quainted with one another as well
as with the American students.
Studies are forgotten at the in-
formal gathering and conversation
is - lively over the tea cups and
cookies.
Often prominent educators and
leaders from other countries are
among the guests that drop in at
the International Center Tea. Re-
cently the dean of Terhan Univer-
sity and the head of music at
Istanbul were feted.

City Police
Halt Antics
Of 'Big Bums'
The five student "Big Bums"
made an appearance at noon yes-
terday in front of the Union to sell
tickets for Bowery Ball but their
good intentions were foiled when
city police arrived.
Dressed in the finest dime store
hand-painted ties, the bums at-
tempted to convince passers-by
that they should attend the com-
ing out party for University
"bums" from 9 to midnight on
Saturday in the Union ballroom.
Fully equipped with empty beer
bottles and a fire to toast their
tootsies, the sloppy five converted
the Union front entrance into a
tramp camp.
The bums dropped the beer
bottles to get attention but the
broken glass and odiferous fire
brought city police on the spot to
stop the bums from completely
destroying the Union.
The infamous five were sentenc-
ed to 30 days in the Washtenaw
county jail on charges of vagrancy,
disturbing the peace, destroying
public property and selling tickets
without a vendor's permit.
Assembly Board
Petitioning for A s s e m b l y
Board positions is open until 5
p.m. tomorrow when petitions
are due at the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
The following positions are
open: president, vice-president,
secretary, treasurer, personnel
chairman and social chairman.
More infornation may be ob-
tained at the League Under-
graduate office or from the
League Lowdown.

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Assembly Line-House represen-
tatives can pick up their issues
of the Assembly Line, new Assem-
bly newspaper, from 4 to 5 p.m.
today in the Ann Arbor room of
the League.
JGP-There, will be a meeting
of the JGP ushers committee at
5 p.m. today in the League.
Senior Representatives: All un-
sold Senior Ball tickets must be
returned by 4 p.m. Monday to the
booth in the Administration Bldg.
Orientation Leaders-Coeds who
were orientation leaders last fall
and would like to work again next
fall may see Barbara Johnson at
the League from 2:15 to 5 p.m.
today.
Basketball Club-Members of
the WAA Basketball Club will
meet meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
Barbour Gym.
Coaches . and . Officials-There
will be no regular meeting on
Monday. Members may come to
Barbour Gym and ask permission
to umpire intramural games. The
manager asks that all members
come to the meeting of the Bas-
ketball Club in order that they
may officiate game play.
Modern Dance-Members of the
Modern Dance Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. today in Barbour Dance
Studio to start on a composition
to be presented at the Spring Con-
cert. From 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
there will be a workshop for be-
ginners and intermediates.
Town and Country-There will
be a reorganizational meeting of
the co-recreational Town and
Country Club at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the WAB. All-men and
women invited.
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