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SUNDAY, OCTOBER. 19, 1852

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PADS I IT

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1952 PAGE FI~

Quads Will Sponsor
All-Campus Dances

South Quad
"The Extra Point," all-campus
dance to be presented by South
Quadrangle Saturday, Oct. 25 from
9 p.m. to midnight in the Michigan
League will feature the atmosphere
of campus on the day of the big
game.
The dance will be presented the
evening of Homecoming as a re-
sult of the postponement of the
annual dance sponsored by the
Student Legislature.
* * *
To WIND UP the day of the
Michigan-Minnesota game and
gala Homecoming festivities, cou-
ples will dance to the music of
Don Bari and his orchestra in the
League. &
Bari and his twelve-piece or-
chestra were on campus last
week to play for the annual I-
Hop. He has appeared several
times before on campus, playing
last year for Senior Ball, and
South Quadrangle's Christmas
dance, Noel Moderne.
With Bari featured on the sax-
ophone, the band specializes in re-
quests and original arrangements
of popular hits and old fayorites
to please the individual taste of
every dancer.
S* *
IN ADDITION to Bari's orches-
tra, dancers will be entertained
by the piano styling of Hal Singer
formerly associated with a local
radio network.
Price of tickets is $2 per couple
and they are on sale on the Di-
agonal, Angell Hall and South
Quadrangle.
Proceeds from "The Extra Point"
will be donated to a University
fund to be used for special edu-
cational purposes.
"It is our wish to provide a
dance for the campus, with a wel-
known orchestra, to accommodate
the many couples who have made
plans for the Homecoming week-
end," Chairman Clyde Rowley
stated.

East Quad
Continuing a tradition which
dates from 1945 East Quad will
again sponsor a campus-wide
Homecoming Ball from 9 p.m. to
midnight Saturday Oct. 25 at the
Quad.
Entitled "Jug - A - Jug" the
dance's decorations will appropr-
iately play up the old brown jug
feud between this University and
the University of Minnesota.
* -* *
THE CENTRAL committee rn-
nounced that Paul McDonough
and his orchestra will play for the
dance.
Paul's piano magic and the
stylings of his five-piece orches-
tra are well known to dance fans
after his appearances at I-Hop
and numerous fraternity parties.
Students still hum "Can't Imag-
ine," one of the hit songs he wrote
for last year's Union opera which
also happens to be the orchestra's
theme song. The busy orchestra
leader also intends to write the
score for this year's Union Opera.
* * *
WHILE~RESIDING in Strauss
House of East Quad, Paul keeps
track of the kind of music the
students enjoy and tries to satisfy
their desires by playing Dixieland,
Latin American Music, Waltzes
and all standard dance tunes.
The admission- price of $1.25
per couple will go to the East
Quad Scholarship fund.
Imre Zwiebel, co-chairman of
the dance with Kenneth Preston,
stated, "The East Quad council in-
vites anyone on campus who wishes
to attend the dance as the coun-
cil's and residents' guests."
As in past years, the men will
wear suits and the women "dressy"
dresses to East Quad's Jug-A-Lug
Homecoming Ball.
Birthstones
The opal and tourmaline, both
birthstones for those born in. Oc-
tober, are equally expressive of
this season of gay coloring. In each
of them is captured some of the
brilliance of a clear October day.j

Fortnight Skit
ThemeSet
The central committee for Fort-
night has chosen "Proverb" as
the theme for -the Tuesday, De-
cember 16 event.
All dorms and independent
houses planning to participate in
Fortnight should base their skits
on that theme.
Further information on skits
will be presented to skit chairmen
at their meeting Tuesday, October
28 in the League.
Betty Clhen has requested any
houses who have immediate ques-
tions on their skits to call her.
[WAA Notices
CAMP COUNSELORS CLUB-
Members who are attending the
club picnic today should meet at
5 p.m. in front of the W.A.B. with
whatever they want to eat and
drink. From there the group will
hike to the Island where simple
coking facilities are available.
All girls interested in becoming
members but who missed the or-
ganizational meeting .are invited
to the picnic. There will be a
short meeting to outline the club's
plans for the semester, and sing-
ing afterwards.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB-
Petitions for manager may be
picked up tomorrow at the League
or Barbour Gymnasium. They are
due at 5 p.m. Thursday in Nancy
Fitch's box at the League. Inter-
viewing will be held Thursday and
Friday.
Members will meet at 2:30 p.m.
today in front of the W.A.B. for a
hike and cookout.
.* * *
GOLF CIUB-The club will
meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow on the
putting green. Members are asked
to bring putters.
* * *
This week's schedule for the
WAA-sponsored volleyball tour-
nament is as follows:
Monday at 5 p.m.-No games; at
7:15 p.m.-Couzens II vs. Kappa
Kappa Gamma I; Chi Omega I vs.
Jordan IV; at 8 p.m.-Stockwell
III vs. Jordan I; Leland I vs.
Vaughan I.
Tuesday at 5 p.m.-Alpha Omi-
cron Pi I vs. Stockwell I; Delta
Gamma I vs. Alpha Xi Delta I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Martha Cook II vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta I; Angell II
vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; at 8 p.m.
--Jordan II vs. Newberry I; Stock-
well VI vs. Pi Beta Phi I.
Wednesday at 5 p.m.-No games;
at 7:15 p.m.-Vaughn II vs. Bar-
bour II; at 8 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta
II vs. Jordan IV; Mosher I vs.
Couzens T. .
Thursday at 5 p.m.-Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Cheever I; Al-
pha Delta II vs. Collegiate Sor-
osis I; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Phi I
vs. Hinsdale I; Stockwell IV vs.
Delta Delta Delta II; at 8 p.m.-
Kappa Delta I vs. Ann Arbor Girls;
Chi Omega II vs. Prescott II.

Tickets for the annual dance,
"AutumnNocturne," sponsored by
the Student Legislature, will be on
sale starting tomorrow in the Ad-
ministration Building and on the
Diagonal, and will also be sold the:
evening of the dance at the door.
Autumn scenes will set the mood
for the dance which is to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 1 at the Intramural Building.
* * *
"AUTUMN NOCTURNE" was
formerly known as the Homecom-
ing dance, but was postponed one
week in order to get a name band
for the affair.
That band will be Tommy
Dorsey. The committee felt the
students would rather hear Dor-
sey's aggregation one week later
than a less well-known band on
the night of the regular Home-
coming festivities.
In a campus poll conducted dur-
ing registration by the J-Hop com-

mittee, this band was picked as the
two-to-one favorite.
* * *
WHEN HE COMES to Ann Ar-
bor, Dorsey will bring two vocalists,
Marietta Know and Marv Hudson.
Dorsey's theme' song, "I'm
Getting Sentimental Over You"
will be heard at 9 p.m. as danc-
ers arrive at the Intramural
Building. It was from this song
Tryouts
Dance tryouts for the Soph
Cab floorshow will be held from
7 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow, Tues-
day and Wednesday. Speaking
and singing tryouts will be held
from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to
9:30 p.m. tomorrow and Wed-
nesday and from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Tuesday. All tryouts will be in
the League.

that Dorsey got his nickname
"the Sentimental Gentleman."
Tommy's style includes such hits
as "Song of India" and "Marie."
* * *
TODAY HE is playing the sweet-
swing style, although he is a com-
petent classical musician.
"Autumn Nocturne" will be an
informal dance and the women
will be wearing dressy dresses
with the men in suits.
The committee for the dance
is headed by Mike McNearney, and
Bob Steinberg.
They will be assisted by Anne

Furstenau, decorations; Cris Rie-
fel, tickets; Bob Reardon, build-
ings and grounds; Joan Karabel-
nick, programs; Mary Ann Cha-
carestos, publicity and Reudi Gin-
grass, checking and refreshments.
Record Dance
The first of a series of week-
ly Sunday evening record dances
will be held from 8 p.m. to 10:30
p.m. today in the small ballroom
of the Union. There is no ad-
mission charge.

Tickets on Sale Tomorrow for SL 'Autumn Nocturne'

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