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'THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE PTVs

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 195~ PAG! P71?I

Union Will Stage

'Bluebook Ball'

Intermission
To Feature

Men's Glee Club Activities
Conclude at Yearly Banquet
Scholarships, Trophies, Presented to MembersI
Who Have Contributed Most to Organization I

League Opens Barbara Little Room

RECORDS,

RELAXATION:

G-

Floorshow
Featuring the music of Jim Gil-
martin and his orchestra, the semi-
annual Bluebook Ball will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the Union Ballroom.
Gilmartin's outfit originally
played on campus under the direc-
tion of Ray Tinker. Last semester
Clare Shepherd took over as lead-
er of the group.
*i * *
NOW HEADED by Gilmartin,
'55D, some revisions have been
made in the orchestra.
Hoping to help students dance
away those "bluebook blues,"
the committee has planned live-
ly decorations in the form of
over-sized bluebooks and black-
boards.
Perhaps for the last time this
year, bluebooks will be used for
decorative purposes only at the
dance. Blackboards will also be
displayed prominently so that
would-be geniuses can share their
talents with others.
* * * -
PROGRAMS will also carry out
the theme of the all-campus dance.
Couples may find relief from

Concluding their activities for
the year the Men's Glee Club held
their annual Glee Club banquet
Tuesday night in the Union.
Honors and scholarships were
presented to members who have
contributed the most to the work-
ing of the Club this past year.
* * *
DAVID Calahan, '53BAd, mem-
ber of the Novelaires quartet and
business manager, received a tro-
phy for outstanding contributions
to the organization.
Along with this award, Cala-
han had the honor of being
awarded the trophy for com-
mitting the biggest blunder of
the year.
The trophy is given to "that
member of the Glee Club who
makes the most atrocious blun-
der at each publicdappearance of
the Club." So reads the inscrip-
tion on the cup.
UNTIL TUESDAY the Club had
decided not to award the cup,
since they had had such a success-
ful year. However, that night the
group sang for the Phoenix Project
banquet.
During a solo by the Nove-
laires, Calahan forgot his lines
and through his quick "cover
up" the Club decided that his
performance was deserving of
the trophy.
In appreciation for his work
throughout the year, Prof. Philip

-Tim Richards
BLUEBOOK BLUES-Bob Blossey and Ted Sogard have laid aside
their books to dream of Bluebook Ball, which will take place from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the Union Ballroom.
A* * * * *
the tension of final exam time summer and while there, learned

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while watching the floor-show
planned for intermission.
Included in the program will be
Audrey McIntyre, '54Ed, doing her
Hawaiian specialty numbers. Miss
McIntyre studied in Hawaii last

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to do the hula.
* * *
WEARING traditional costume,
she will present two numbers, ac-
companied by the Hawaiian Club.
Miss McIntyre also took part in
this year's Gulantics.
Novelty tunes and the bari-
tone "uke" will be put to use
by Al "Wildcat" Wahl during
the second half of the program.
Wahl has also performed for
various events on campus.
Tom Leopold and Dick Pinker-
ton will also supply entertainment
during intermission. Leopold will
sing and play the "Isle of Capri"
and "Frankie and Johnnie," and
Pinkerton will give an impersona-
tion of the Ink Spots. The two
have appeared together many
times before.
The only specialty dance spon-
sored by the Union this spring,
Bluebook Ball has become a tradi-
tion on campus.
IT IS ONE of the last social
events of the semester and is pre-
sented each year so that couples
may have one last fling before fin-
als.
Tickets for the dance, priced
at $1 per couple, may be pur-
chased at the door.
General chairman of the ball is
Santo Ponticello. In charge of dec-
orations are Pete Degroot and Don
McNaught. Dick Myers and Bill
Cartwright are handling programs.
In charge of publicity are George
Fomin of the Union Publicity
Committee and John Collins.

Duey, director of the Club, was
given a combinationclock-radio.
* * * -
EACH YEAR the Novelaires, a
service organization within the
Club. give trophies to members of
junior standing and above for out-
standing work.
Receiving Novelaires awards
were Roy Wilson, Bill Redmond,
Wesley True and Robert Mc-
Grath.
This year the Clubhas given an
award, usually presented to a
member, to Cleland Wylie of the
University News Service.
Extra funds after expenses are
paid are placed in the Glee Club
Scholarship fund.
Scholarships for next year went
to Russel Christopher, Len San-
ford, David Purdo, Robert Mc-
Grath, William Roberts and Don
Smith.
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Opening the first of three Bar-
bara Little Memorial listening
rooms, the League announced that
coeds and their dates may take
advantage of the record facilities
of the new room.
With the completion of the first
room, the League has opened it'
for the rest of the semester to ac-
commodate music students and'
those who would like to take time
off from studying in order to re-
lax to music.
COMPLETELY furnished and
sound-proofed, the first room will
be dedicated next fall upon com-
pletion of the other two.
The League has dedicated this
room and the two others to be
completed, to the memory of
Barabara Little, a member of
Delta Delta Delta sorority, who
died in an automobile accident
in 1951.

Active on campus, Miss Little
was a member of Women's Judici-
ary Council, Scroll and the League
Council. She also took part in
Sophomore Cabaret and worked on
the staff of the Michiganensian.
* *~ *
PROCEEDS from Soph Cab,
Junior Girl's Play, Frosh Weekend
and the summer school program
Orientation
All women orientation lead-
ers, including reserves will meet
at 5 p.m. today in the League
Ballroom. If it is impossible for
any member of the group to
attend, she should notify the
League Undergraduate Office
before the meeting. Important
information will be conveyed at
the meeting.

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rooms.
Over 60 new long-playing al-
bums, includingboperas, Shake-
spearean plays, ballets and"oth-
er works mostly in the classical
vein have been purchased for the
room.
Music literature students will
find many of the albums adapt-
able to their studying for finals.
* * *
RECORD LISTS of the albums
can be found in the League Li-
brary.
Students are asked to place
their record selections with the
librarian in the League Library.
She will play the selection on a
master turn-table that pipes the
music into the listening room.
The League Library will be open
from 9 a.m. to noon, 1 p.m, to 5:30
p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
every day.

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GOLF CLUB - The WAA Golf
Club will meet for putting prac-
tice at 5 p.m. at the WAB. All
members are required to bring
their putters.
TENNIS CLUBS - The - WAA
Tennis Club will play host to Yp-
silanti State Normal College at 4
p.m. tomorrow at the WAB tennis
courts. All interested persons are
invited to watch the singles and
doubles matches. This match cul-
minates the club's activities for
the year.
* * *
AAUW-Anyone eligible to be
a member of the American Associ-
ation of University Women may
attend a meeting of the group at 8
p.m. today at the Women's City
Club, 1830 Washtenaw Ave.
Persons who have not been
contacted who would like addition-
al information about the group
may contact Jan James, 3-2851,
or Shirley Smith, 3-2500.

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