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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Annual Varsity Night
To Entertain Campus

UN Bazaar

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Don Bari To Play for

'Extra Point'

Seniors will have a reserved sec-
tion for the annual Varsity Night
program at 8:15 p.m. on Friday
at Hill Auditorium.
The reserved section will be lo-
Bridge Tourneys
To Be Conducted
By League, Union
A weekly Bridge Night, co-spon-
sored by the League and Union,
will be held from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
each Wednesday in the Union
Ballroom.
In previous years the Union has
sponsored a Bridge tournament
which was not too successful be-
cause of the tense atmosphere cre-
ated.
This year the League and Un-
ion have decided to conduct the
Bridge Nights so that both excel-
lent and poor players will enjoy
themselves.
,Under this new system, the
players will be divided into two
separate groups.
The first group will be more of
a social group for those who want
to= meet new people and perhaps
pick up a few pointers on playing
bridge.
The real bridge fans will be in
the second group, which will be a
duplicate bridge group.
Throughout the semester, prizes
will be given at each session, 'be-
ginning this Wednesday.
However, the prizes will not be
given for skill but merely by luck,
in much the same manner that
the "Magic Word" prize is given
on a well-known television quiz
show.
The steering committee will
pick out several arbitrary bids, for
instance three clubs, and whoever
is the first to make one of the bids
wins the prize.
During the semester, there will
also be an inter-house tournament.
Each house wilt form a team of
from two to four members and
'T they can challenge a house of the
opposite sex with the same num-
ber of players.

cated in the seating sections on
the main floor of the auditorium.
ANY SENIOR wishing to sit in
the reserved section must pur-
chase tickets through Dean Wal-
ter Rea's office.
Those seniors buying tickets
other than in the Dean's office
must check with Dean Rea so
that enough' seats will be re-
served in the sectionto accom-
modate all who would like to
sit there.
Student Identification Cards
must be shown when purchasing
seats for the reserved section and
also on the night of the show.
ONE MEMBER of each couple
must be a senior in order to pro-
cure a seat in the reserved sec-
tion.
The annual Varsity Night pre-
sentation preceeding the home-
coming football game has a 14-
year-run popular record with
students and alumni alike.
Eight student acts will perform
before an estimated sell-out crowd
this year at the talent show.
* * *
EMCEE DUTIES at the mike
will be split between Freshman
Coach Wally Webber, Donn Chown
from WJR, Detroit, and Steve Fil-
ipiak of WHRV in Ann Arbor.
The University Band, directed
by Prof. William D. Revelli,
will open the program with fa-
vorite football marches such as
Varsity."
Dick Mottern's Ann Arbor Al-
ley Cats and the Jay Mills-Bernie
Kahn comedy team will be the first
contestants on the show.
Others slated to perform are
Stalla Peralti singing "Love Is
Where You Find It" and "If I
Loved You"; Novelty Singer, Nan-
cy McCormick, giving out with
"Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cig-
arette" and "I'm A Lady" and Ac-
cordianist Janet Dixner playing
"Malaguena" and "Czardas."
Last year's Gulantic winners,
the Novelaires, a six member char-
leston dance team and a trombone
quintet will also display their tal-
ent.

-Daily-Don Campbell
I.F.C. BALL--Directors of I.F.C. Ball this year, Bob Steinberg,
general chairman and Pete Lardner, coordinating chairman begin
advance planning. Other committee chairmen for the ball are John
Mauriel, tickets; Bill Capitan, programs and patrons; C. A. Mitts,
booths; Fred Barrett, decorations; Jim Walters, buildings and
grounds and Sam Siporin, publicity. The chairmen were elected
to office at the I.F.C. house presidents' assembly on October 14.
'LITTLE BROWN JUG':
Union Homecom ing Dance
To FoI Iow H arvest Theme
New and old faces will meet at
the Union all-campus Homecom- tertainment, Robin Renfrew, '55,
ing dance from 9 p.m. to midnight will be on hand to give out with
on Saturday in the Union Ball- a number of popular songs. Pink-,
room. erton will also get into the act
Welcoming back old alumni to with his sidelight interpretations.
the annual "Little Brown Jug" Tickets for this special Union
football contest, the Union has homecoming dance will be $1.50
slated a dance to provide enter- per couple and may be purchased
tainment for returning alums as at the main desk in the Union
well as the student body. f Lobby.

To Feature
World Wares
International Center,
AAUW Sponsor Sale;
Prof its to UN ESCO
By PAM SMITH
Foreign tapestries, jewelry and
many other interesting articles will
be on sale at the UN Bazaar which
will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
in the lobby of the League.
The bazaar is sponsored by the
International Center and the Am-
erican Association of University
Women and has a very interesting
origin.
* * *
MANY foreign students, when
they come to this country, are not
allowed to bring much money with
them so theye bring material,
vases and jewelry and then sell
them when they get here.
The AAUW has taken this
merchandise and marked it up
10% to sell at the bazaar.
This profit will be sent to the
UNESCO Book Fund to purchase
books for those countries who have
had their libraries destroyed.
*' * *
THE UNESCO Book Fund, un-
der CARE, is " divided into two
types.
First of these is a children's
book package, which contains
books in picture form for non-
English speaking students in
foreign schools and books writ-
ten in English about the history
and geography of the United
States.
The secon dtype is the UNESCO
book coupons which may be
bought by organizations or indi-
viduals for the use of foreign uni-
versities.
BOOKS purchased with these
coupons are sent to cultural cen-
ters in Europe for the use of for-
eign scholars in any field. These
booksddo a great deal to alleviate
the desparate shortage of books
since World War II.
The profits from the UN Ba-
zaar will be divided between the
children's book package and
the book coupons.
At the bazaar there will be
pieces of sculpture and various art
objects fromh as many differenc
countries as are represented at
the University.
*. *
FOR THOSE who like to give
Christmas presents that are a lit-
tle out of the ordinary, the UN
Bazaar will offer an excellent op-
portunity.
Sponsors of the bazaar, the
AAUW celebrated the fiftieth
anniversary of the efounding of
the eAnn Arbor chapter at a tea
at the Hatcher home Wednes-
day.
Originally, the AAUW w a s
founded in the East and three Mi-
chigan graduates were among the
first members.

Don Bari and his orchestra plus
Hal Singer with his piano styling
will entertain couples at "The Ex-
tra Point," all-campus dance sponi-
sored by South Quadrangle from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
League.
Bari's twelve-piece orchestra
appeared on campus recently for
the annual I-Hop. His specialty is
playing requests and his own ar-
rangements of popular and semi-
classical numbers.
HAL SINGER, a name familiar
to students, will play requests for
dancing or singing in the Hussey
Room of the League.
The central committee for "The
Extra Point" has made arrange-
ments with a local radio station to
broadcast fifteen minutes of Sing-
er's piano artistry.
The Broadcast will take place
directly. from the League Ball-
room, and dancers will have a
chance to see and hear the ac-
tual radio show as it is sent over
the air.
For this program, Singer will
perform several of his own orig-
inal piano arrangements of top
tunes of today and yesterday.
Among these will be "Tenderly"
and "Wish You Were Here." He
will also play as many requests as
time permits for the program.
* * *

DON BARI
* * *

General chairman for the dance,
is Clyde Rowley. Other members
of the central committee for "The
Extra Point" are Ron Bornstein,
public relations; Jerry Parker,
tickets; James McClurg and Gor-
don Keyser, publicity; Dick Allen,
refreshments and Dave Holland,
patrons.
IN KEEPING with the theme of
a gala football weekend, cider will
be served.
Last December, South Quad
made its debut in campus social

circles with its Christmas formal,
"Noel Moderne."
This was the first dance held in
the new quad and it also featured
the music of Don Bari and his cr-
chestra.
THE DECORATIONS for the
dance were done in a novel and
modern style with a different color
combination of shocking pink tak-
ing the place of the traditional red
and green.
Artistry in Abstract" was the
title of their spring formal and
again decorations set off the
modern architecture of the
building.
The quad set a precedent with
this dance by opening the first res-
idence hall dance to the entire
campus.
In their decorations, the com-
mittee attempted to combine a
spring atmosphere with abstract
design.
For the dance, the observation
deck on the ninth floor was open
to the couples.
Panhel lenic
Petitions for Public Relations
Chairman of Panhellenic As-
sociation are due at 5:00 to-
morrow at the League Under-
graduate office. The position is
open to anyone except fresh-
men women.

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THE SCHEDULING of this
dance resulted from the postpone-
ment of the annual Student Leg-
islature homecoming dance to the
following week.
A former University student
band leader, Bill Gail, has been
contracted by the Union Stu-
dent Offices to play for the spe-
cial homecoming festivities.

4cpejj CoaipuJ
JGP-There will be a JGP Cen-
tral Committee meeting at 5 p.m.
Thursday in the League. All com-
mittee members are requested to,

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Gail, who attended the Music attend.a
School here from 1936 to 1940, di- , * .
rected his band at many League HATCHER TEAS -There will
and Union dances as well as at be a meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday in
a varietyiof fraternity and soror- the Hatcher Home for all perm-
*f*nanent hosts and hostesses who
A MEMBER of Sigma Phi fra- have been contacted to represent
ternity, Gail has been active in their houses.
the music circles in Detroit since
leaving school. His band has been SOPH CABARET-Dance try-
a regular feature at parties in that outs for Soph Cab will be held
area. from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. today and
Dick Pinkerton, '55, vill take ov- tomorrow. Singing and dramatics
ere the emcee duties at intermis- tryouts xwill be conducted from 7
sion time to introduce Tony Bo- to 9:30 p.m. today and from 3 to
nadio and his accordion playing 5 p.m. and 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. to-
in a style of the Dick Contino type. morrow. All tryouts will be held in
Also slated for the half time en- i the League.

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FRIDAY, OCT. 17, THROUGH SATURDAY, OCT. 25
S00
Values to 8.95
GIRLS! Here is a sale not one of you can.
afford to pass up. 785 pair to choose from
in a wonderful selection of this season's
best sellers. Included in this group are
saddles, white bucks and many styles in
---afers.

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UNTIL 1902, Ann Arbor gradu-
ates were members of the eAnn
Arbor sectio nof the Detroit group
but in 1902 Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor formed a branch of their own.
Mrs. J. V. Markley who was
president of the Ann Arbor sec-
tion an who presided at the or-
ganizational meeting of the new
branch, was present at the etea.
In 1950 Ypsilanti had grown to
such proportions that it broke off
andformed a branch of its own.
STANDING IN the receiving
line with Mrs. Markley were Mrs.
Harlan Hatcher, Mrs. Arthur
Brandon, state president of the
AAUW, and Mrs. George Gilbert,
president of the Ann Arbor branch.
Decorations for the tea fol-
lowed the Golden Anniversary
theme, with golden-dipped can-
dles and gold flowers spread out
on the table in a design.
Across the design was wide sa-
tin ribbon upon which was writ-
ten 1902-1952.
Pouring for the tea were all ten
of the past Ann Arbor presidents.
Anyone interested in becoming
a member of the AAUW may con-
tact the membership chairman,
Mrs. J. W. Potter at 2-3019.

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Pledge Pins
Recognition Buttons
Initiation Badges
Stationary
Programs & Favors
Wall Skins.
Paddles
Greeting Cards
Awards
Gifts
Personal Jewelry
Traditional Beer Mugs
Personalized Christ-
mas Cards

1.50 per Couple

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