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Two Combos, To Play for

'Jadau' Joint Group
Will Travel

Union Plans
Jazz Concert
Two campus combos will present
Jadau, a jazz concert, at 8:30 p.m.
Friday in the Union Ballroom.
Admission to the concert is 50
cents a person, and tickets are
on sale at the main desk in the
Union. The concert is "stag" or
The Ann Arbor Alley Cats- and
the Jim Tatum Combo, featuring
Ed Ravenscroft on the drums, will
present the program, which is the
1953 version of "Bash," given last
For those on campus who like
"dixie" and "bop," there will be
two hours of this type of music on
the program, which will be emceed
by( Don Herman, gr'ad.
Herman will also give a short
history of each number.
The Alley Cats have been noted
on campus for several years. Bob
Leopold, '52, was originator of the
Alley Cats, and led the group for
three years.
His successor is Dick Mottern,
who took over the organization
after Leopold graduated.
They have had a spot as en.ter-
tainers at the student-run "Little
Club" in the Union, as' well as
playing for cantpus jam sessions
and dances.
Two members received distinc-
tion by appearing on the Arthur
' Godfrey Talent Show while play-
ing in another jazz combo.
The group will- feature all the
favorite jazz tunes that have made
the band a popular group on cam-
Jim Tatum's Combo will provide
the bop side of the concert, play-
ing some of Tatum's own compo-
Ravenscroft, 56A, was the winner
of this year's Gulantics Revue, as,
a solo drummer. He drummed his
4 way to first place and $100 in com-
petition with ten musical and
dancing acts.

To Hartland
Women's Glee Club,
Arts Chorale Invited
To Sing for Festival
The Women's Glee Club and
Arts Chorale will travel to Hart-
land today to present a joint con-
cert at the Hartland Music Hall.
A special invitation was extend-
ed to the two choral groups to sing
for the annual Hartland Music
Festival. This is a four-day music
festival for the community of
Hartland and surrounding areas.
The 50-member Women's Glee
Club under the direction of
Maynard Klein will open the
program with Mozart's "Ave
Verum Corpus," followed by
"Regina Coeli" by Lotti.
"Silent Strings" by Bantock and
two folk songs, "Turn Ye to Me,"
an old highland melody, and the
"Wee Cooper O'Fyfe," a Scottish
folk song will also be included in
this portion of the program.
Edward Banghard will sing
native folk songs, acconpany-
ing himself on a guitar.
Again taking the spotlight, the
Glee Club will present music cre-
ating a picture. Included will be
" Quite Asleep," "Cresent Moon,"
"Clouds" and "Mountains."

Dorm, Quads To Hold
Spring Semi-Formals
Lloyd, East Quad To Dance in Foreign Setting;
AlIlen-Rumsey Men To Present 'Bow Tie Ball'

East Quad
Instead of taking off in rocket
ships to far-off planets, as was
done at last year's dance, couples
at the East Quad Ball will stay
right on earth from 9 p.m. to mid-
night, Saturday as they dance to
an oriental theme.
The semi-formal will be East
Quad's biggest social event of the
year and will represent the 6th an-
niversary of this annual dance.
Following the oriental theme,
Japanese lanterns will light the
hallway into < the main dancing
floor. Inside the ballroom a huge
lantern with multi-colored lights
will shine down on the wishing
well beneath it, and will illumi-
nate the oriental masks and mu-
rals on the walls.

-Daily-Don Campbell
Annual Water Safety Class,
Co-rec SoftbalI Announced
9 __ --

on their eighth mug of "Hot T
Toddy" crown and a ticket to'
slated from 9 p.m. to Y a.m. Sate
Building. Tickets for the dance «
today at the Administration B
couple. -
* *
'Hot Toddy' C
Awarded I FC

Reversing the general trend us-
ually observed at the University,
which finds men outnumbering:
women, more coeds have signed up
to participate in the co-recrea-
tional softball tournament than
Any groups of five men each who
would like to take part in the
competition, which will begin
April 24, are urged to pick up entry
blanks in Rm. 15, Barbour Gym.
They have also been sent to each
campus residence.
* * *
ENTRY blanks may still be
turned in by captains having
complete teams.
Teams for the tournament,
which is sponsored by the Wom-
en's Athletic Association, will
consist of five men and five
women. Games will be played at
~-~~---- _____________________________I

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
nins. '53, and Hank Lang, '53, are
oddy" as they vie for the "Hot



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4 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and
A special large softball
used for all tournament play.
UNDER RULES set up for the
competition, a woman must do the
pitching with one of the male!
members of the team acting as
In an effort to equalize team
strength, the rules have also
stated that a man must bat left-
handed if he is ordinarily right-
handed and vice-versa.
All equipment used will be fur-
nished by the WAA, and each team
will do its own scoring.
nament was started last year by
the Women's Physical Education
Department and the Men's Intra-
mural Department.
Sixteen teams competed in
four leagues of four teams each,
with winners in each league
meeting each other in the play-

Opening with the "Introit and
Kyrie," the "Requeim" moves on
through "Sanctus," Agnus Dei,"
"Libera Me" and concludes with
"In Paradisum."
, Maynard Klein is conductor of
the groups, with Alfred Neuman
as assistant conductor. Gwenpdy-
lyn Williams is Women's Glee
Club accompanist, while Justine
Votypka accompanies Arts Cho-
Admission to the concert is free.

The Vaughan Shadows Trio
will then take the stage and
-sent a sample of the song
stylings that won them second
place in Gulamtics this year.
For their closing numbers the
Glee Club will sing Gershwin'sf
"The Man I Love" and "With a
Song in My Heart" by Rogers.
Following' intermission the
Arts Chorale will present "Re-
queim" by Faure. Robert Moore
is the baritone soloist.

Contests seem to be synonymous
with springtime here at the 'U"1
but two Lambda Chi's put a new
twist to competition last night as,
they vied for the "Hot Toddy"
crown and a ticket to I.F.C. Ball
at the Lambda Chi chapter house.
Spurred by the Ralph Flana-
gan record. "Hot Toddy" and the
fact that Flanagan will be fea-
tured at the IFC Ball, Hank Long,
'55, challanged Harry Timmins,
'53, to a drinking duel of "Hot
AN AGREEMENT was made at
the outset of the contest that the
loser would purchase a ticket to
IFC Ball Saturday, May 9th, for
the winner.
Discarding the customary "Hot
Toddy" glasses the men chose
to use the standard beer mugs
for the competition.
At 10:30 p.m. the race was on
for the "Hot Toddy" crown and'
the coveted dance ticket with sev-
eral fraternity brothers on hand
to cheer their favorite to victory.
* * *
TWO-AND-A-HALF hours lat-
er Lang, lingering over his seven-
teenth mugful of the potent toddy
conceded the "Hot Toddy" chain-
pionship to Timmins.

IFC Ball, "Cruise Continental" Secret favors, of an appropriate
urday, May 9 at the Intramural nature, willebe given as souveniers
will go on sale from 1 to 5 p.m. o'a
uilding. Tickets are :3.60 per There will le music by Paul
McDonough, a resident of East
S *'Quad, and his band. Helping to
carryeout the the theme of the
dance, McDonough and Betty
Magyar have arranged a special
oriental production number for
o te st\v i n n e r' intermission entertainment.
If the weather permits, refresh-
Ball T icket m ents will be served out-of-doors
on the court, otherwise couples
will eat inside.
mins, however stated that if The dance is open to all East
anyone wanted to sponsor a Quad men and women and their
contest after Flanagan's rec- guests. Tickets may be purchased
ord of "Tuxedo Junction" he from the social chairman of each
might be persuaded to compete. house or late-comers may obtain
He explained that he could al- them at the door.
ways use a new tuxedo to go I * *
with his newly won IFC ticket. Alice Lloyd
When last seen both contestants1
were heading for Health Service "April in Paris" has been
chosen as the theme for the an-
to get a health excuse. nual spring formal to be held from
* * 9 p.m. to midnight April 24 in
TICKETS for IFC Ball, "Cruise Alice Lloyd Hall.
Continental" will go on sale from Mel Sachs and his orchestra will'
1 to 5 p.m. today in the Adminis- provide dance music in the main
lounge, amid the sophistication of
tration Building. The price of the a Parisian night club.
tickets is $3.60 per couple. A black Eiffel Tower on a pink
IFC Ball will be presented background will form the souve-
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Satur- nir program.
day May 9 in the Intramural Canopies, small tables and flow-
Building. ers will create the mood of an out-
door cafe in Angell House Lounge.
The all-campus dance will cli- Palmer House also will decorate in
max "Greek Week" activities as the outdoor theme, by recreating
it takes on an atmosphere of a a park complete with trees and a
luxury liner out on the first night fountain.
of the cruise with all the "patsen- Kleinstuck will depict the more
gers" dressed in formal attire for devilish spots in Paris at their
the occasion. "Chez Diable" dive, while couples
* * * at Hinsdale House will be greet-
A TROPHY will be awarded dur- ed by pink, black and silver danc-
ing intermission to the house with ing girl silhouettes.
the largest number attending the Murals of Paris to correlate the
dance. scenes in all the various lounges
w l n na n 41 r n" 1 1 a _

Allen-Rumsey ...
Allen-Rumsey House of West
Quad will present a semi-formal
dance from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday. Open to all residents of
the quad, the dance has been ti-
tIed "Bow Tie Ball."
Decorations will carry out the
bow-tie theme, with a large light-
ed bow tie at the Thompson Street
entranceto greet incoming guests.
Couples will waltz to the mu-
sic of Hal Singer and his "Swing-
sationalists," with intermission en-
tertainment being provided by the
Allen-Rumsey Glee Club.
Special guests of the Allen-Rum-
sey men will be Gov. and Mrs. G.
Mennan Williams.
Undergrad Coeds
Will Be Selected
For TylerHouse
Upon recommendation of the
women's House Presidents Council,
it has been decided that a nucleus
of 25 coeds will be selected from
the campus to live in Tyler House
of East Quad next year, Assistant
Dean Elsie R. Fuller announced.
These women will be expected to
aid in organizing Tyler House as
an undergraduate house. At the
present time graduate students
live in this house.
Women who wish to be consid-
ered for residence in Tyler House
next year should arrange an ap-
pointment with Mrs. Fuller in the
Office of the Dean of Women, 1514
Administration Building this week.
According to Dean Fuller room-
mate preferences will be taken for
the house which next year will in-
clude approximately 50 per cent
freshmen and 50 per cent upper-
Another house in East Quad
which converted into a women's
residence, Prescott House, will
also be used to house undergradu-
ate women next year.
Acting upon the recommenda-
tion of its present members, Dean
Fuller also revealed that Prescott
House next year will be composed
of 50 per cent freshmen and 50 per
cent sophomores.
At the present time Prescott
House houses freshman women.
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Co-recreation chairman Nancy
Lewis has emphasized that the
tournament has been set up pri-
marily for "fun" and not for,
"deadly seriousucompetition." Any
player, skilled or not, is invited to
take part, Miss Lewis said.
* s s

HILLEL-Petitions for positions
on the Hillel Student Council may
be picked up through Friday at the
Hillel building. Students are re-
minded to leave their telephone




Both men and women who are
18 years old and currently possess
a senior life-saving certificate are
eligible to attend the annual Red
Cross water safety instructor's
The initial session will be held
from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday in the
Intramural Building pool.
* * *
THIS WILL begin the concen-
trated two-week series of classes
which will consist of four three-
hour sessions each week, Monday
through Thursday, designed for
training instructors.
Students must spend 15 hours
in class to be eligible for a cer-
C. King Ganner, a national Red
Cross first aid and water safety
field representative, will teach the
* * *
HE HAS worked in this capaci-
ty during the war in the European
Theatre of Operations, working
with the Army Safety Division
planning the program and train-
ing military personnel.


numbers so they can be contacted ii-1'111
for an interview. Members of the , In case anyone is interested
CThe stuff was just too pow- in trying the potent "Hot Toddy"
* * * erful for me," Lang said. that was used in the contest last3
RSHING COUNSELOR--There Chug-a lugging the eighteenth night the formula is as follows:
will be a meeting of new Rushing mug, Timmins became the unques- One lump of sugar dissolved in
Counsel a t5 mting o dayew RuhingheItionable victor of the heated con- hot
Counselors at 5 p.m. today in the test. htwater.i
League. All counselors are request- * * One lemon twist.
ed to attend.
* * * TIMMINS said he hoped that One jigger panther milk from
Flanagan would not record any your favorite dairy.
PLEDGE TRAINERS - There more songs with a drinking title
will be - a meeting of all old and to tempt him to enter another Fill to the top with hot "water.
new pledge trainers at, 5 p.m. to- contest. With this statement the Timmins said that for best re-
morrow in the League. All trainers "Hot Toddy" king just faded away. sults this formula should be fol-
are requested to attend. Before making his exit, Tim- lowed very carefully.
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tween dances, couples will be able
to find refreshments in the An-
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