FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Bari, Singer To Play
For All-campus Dance
In League Tomorrow
Men on campus will be making
their last tries for "The Extra
Point" as they ask coeds to South
Quadrangle's dance which will be
x held from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow on the entire second floor
of the League.
Don Bari and his orchestra will
play for couples attending the
dance. Bari specializes in answer-
ing all requests and plays various
types of music from popular and
semi-classical numbers to swing
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AS AN ADDED feature of the
dance, Hal Singer will play his
piano arrangements in the Hus-
sey 'Room of the League. Fifteen
minutes of Singer's music will be
broadcast over a local radio sta-
tion direct from the League.
Singer, who has played for
parties, dances and banquets
since 1947, will improvise songs
for dancing, singing and listen-
The quad dance is being present-
ed the night of Homecoming game
and display festivities as a result
of the postponement of the for-
mer Homecoming Dance sponsored
by the Student Legislature.
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SPECIAL LIGHTING effects'
created by Clyde Rowley, lighting
director of the student players,
will be arranged to place an ac-
cent on the orchestra.
The informal dance is open to
the entire campus and tickets
for the price of $2 are on sale
on the Diagonal, Angell Hall
and in South Quadrangle. They
BIG BOOT-Three South Quadders try kicking for "The Extra
Point," all-campus, informal dance sponsored by the Quad from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow on the second floor of the League
Don Bari and his orchestra will play for the dance. Also on the
agenda is Hal Singer, who is scheduled to play his own piano ar-
rangements in the Hussey Room.
will also be on sale at the door
the night of the dance.
Cider, often a student favorite
for football weekends, will be ser-
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Bari has been featured through-
out the state at high school and
college dances, and has made sev-
eral appearance in Ann Arbor
Last Year he played for a South
Quad dance and at the Senior Ball.
He was on campus two weeks
ago for the annual I-Hop.
Tryouts for Michifish, wo-
men's swimming club, will be
held from 9 to 9:45 a.m. tomor-
row in the Union Pool. Mana-
ger Donna Hoffman has invited
all experienced swimmers to at-
tend these tryouts.
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Proceeds from "The Extra
Point" will go to a University fund
to be used for special educational
The list of patrons for the dance
includes Pres. and Mrs. Harlan H.
Hatcher, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Ruthven, Dean and Mrs. Erich
Walter, Dean and Mrs. Walter
Rea, Dean Deborah Bacon, Dean
and Mrs. Peter A. Ostafin.
General chairman is Clyde Row-
ley. He will be assisted by Ron
Bornstein, public relations; Jerry
Parker, tickets; James McClurg
and Gordon Keyser, publicity;
Dick Allen, refreshments and Dave
"It is our wish to provide a
dance for the campus, with a well-
known orchestra, to accommodate
the many couples who have made
plans for the Homecoming week-
end," Rowley stated.
ON THE HOUSE
By NAN PERRIN
There's no room on the highways, buses are crowded, trains are
packed-the alums are heading for Ann Arbor; it's Homecoming!
Triangle, Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi,
Psi U, Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Chi, Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Delta and
Alpha Kappa Kappa will turn their houses over to the alums at
record dances and buffet dinners Saturday night.
THE ALPHA EPSILON PI'S will provide the atmosphere tomor-
row evening at their French Cafe Francais party, the Club Rendez-
vous. A real live floor show, authentic outdoor cafe, imported jazz
pianist, and pizza and root beer will highlight the doings.
A new York cellar night club will be the theme at the Sigma
Chi's come Saturday night. Flickering candles atop dusty whiskey
bottles, checkered table cloths, and cartoon wall decorations will
carry out the mood provided by the music of Benny Poole and his
The ATO'S will hold an open-open house to show off their newly
redecorated second floor. A turkey buffet and dancing to the music of
Jim Tatum will complete the evening's festivities.
A ROMAN COSTUME party is on tap tomorrow night at the
SAE house, honoring the Class of '05 B.C. Music in the style of the
old Romans will be provided by Earl Pearson and his orchestra.
Phi Delta Theta is also planning a costume party a la Hal-
loween for Saturday night. Nel Sack will provide smooth, ghostly
music for the costumed party-goers.
Music, music, music will be the thing at the DU house tomorrow
night. Joe Forder and his combo will play during dinner, while Clare
Sheppard will take over for the rest of the evening's entertainment.
* * * *
"Guys and Dolls" will come to life Saturday night at the Tau Delt
house, as members and thei' dates are serenaded by the strains of
"Follow the Fold," "Guys and Dolls," and other songs from the show.
Delta Sigma Phi will open the house to alums after the game
Saturday. A buffet dinner, and a band dance later in the evening
will be decorated in a Halloweenish manner.
The Annual Mud Bowl Game between SAE and Phi Delta Theta
will be played at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning. Half-time entertainment
will include an All-Male Beauty Contest to find the male campus
beauty king, and a soccer game between Sorosis and Kappa Alpha
* * * * *
PHI SIGMA DELTA will turn their house into a gambling casino
tomorrow night at a Monte Carlo party, where millions are made and
lost in a few short hours.
Alums and guests will be entertained at the Theta Delta Chi
house tomorrow night by the music of Don Kenney and his or-
Alpha Phi will be holding an open open house after the game
Saturday, featuring Little Brown Jug decorations.
GOING ALONG with the open-open house will be Adelia Cheever,
who will also open their doorafter the game to alumni and friends.
The Acacia's are going all out for the game this weekend with a
Football Party tomorrow night. The living room will be turned into
a pep rally with the dining -
room rivaling the Michigan stadi-'
A trio dance will be on tap at the
Sigma Phi Epsilon house tomorrow
evening with Homecoming week-
end as the theme.
Zeta Psi plans to honor its alums
and friends at an orchestra dance
featuring the music of Hugh Jack-
King football will reign at the
Union Ho .ecoming dance from 9
p.m. to midnighttomorrow in the
Union Ballroom as the University
plays host to Minnesota in the
traditional "Little Brown Jug"
Welcoming back old alumni to
the annual Homecoming, the Un-
ion has slated the dance to pro-
East Quad Council[
Believing Homecoming would
not be Homecoming without some
special celebration after the game,
the East Quad Council will trans-
fer their dining room into a-
"partyland" for homecoming cel-
ebrators from 9 p.m. to midnight
Because the Student Legislature
postponed their big dance until
next week, the council forsaw a
definite need for this dance for the
students who expect Homecoming
to be a big event.
With enough room to accommo-
date a large crowd the council
hopes that all the East Quadders
and their guests will attend this
"very special" social function.
Paul McDonough and his or-
chestra, who played at I-Hop a few
weeks ago, will be on hand to see
that everyone "gets into the act"
by playing various types of dance
music, including every thing from
Dixieland to Latin American and
from old favorites to hit tunes.
While in reality there is only one
Little Brown Jug which tradition-
ally goes to the victorious Michigan
or Minnesota team, in accordance
with the Jug-a-Lug theme the
dancers will encounter many "lit-
tle brown jugs" highlighting the
decorations at this Homecoming
Thedhungry guests will ge glad
to find that the Quad plans on
serving hearty refreshments.
The two co-chairmen of the
Jug-a-Lug dance are Ken Preston
and Imre Zwiebel. They have an-
nounced the tickets are priced at
1.25 per couple and may still be
purchased from the house social
directors or at the door Saturday
vide entertainment for returning
alumni as well as the student
FOR THIS specialty dance the
Union Student Office has con-
tracted alumnus Bill Gail, '40. and
his orchestra to serenade guests
at the Union Homecoming festiv-
Gail, who attended the Mu-
sic School here from 1936 to
1940, directed his band at many
League and Union dances as
well as at a variety of fraterni-
ty and sorority functions while
he was a campus student.
A member of Sigma Phi frater-
nity, Gail has been activg in the
music circles in Detroit since
leaving school. His band has been
a regular feature at parties in
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CARRYING out the Homecom-
ing theme, the Union Ballroom will
be decorated with a mixture of
footballs and corn stalks to give
a harvest atmosphere.
Dick Pinkerton, '55, will take
over the emcee duties at inter-
mission time to introduce Tony
Bonadio and his accordian play-
ing in a style of Dick Contino.
Also slated for half time enter-
tainment, Robin Renfrew, '55, will
be on hand to "give out" with a
number of popular songs. Pinker-
ton will also get into the act by
adding some sidelight interpreta-
"THIS specialty dance is open
to all-campus and is not part of
the regular Saturday night mem-
bership dances," Art Bublitz,
Union councilman, stressed.
The scheduling of this dance
resulted from the postponement
of the annual Student Legisla-
ture Homecoming dance to next
Tickets for the Union Homecom-
The Dascola Barbers
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ing specialty dance will be $1.50
per couple and may be purchased
at the main desk in the Union Lob-
THIS UNION dance will climax
the weekend of Iomecoming ac-
tivities on campus. The appropri-
ate festive atmosphere will be con-
genial to display winners who want
to celebrate their newly earned
History reveals that the Union
played a prominent part in form
ing the Homecoming observance
that we know today.
Old newspapers reveal that fact
the University alumni flocked
back to campus for the Union an-
niversity dinners which were held
This, and thefreshman sopho-
more football games and rallies,
have gradually combined into the
present Homecoming antics,
The weekly Round-Up-Room
dance will be held tonight from
9 to 12 p.m. in the League with
Ted Smith and his combo fur-
For this week only because of
Varsity Night, the Little Club
will be open from 10 to 12 p.m.
today at the Union. The "Ann
Arbor Alleycats" will provide
music for listening and danc-
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JOURNALISM PANEL-A pan-
el discussion on jobs for women in
journalism will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, October 28, in Rm. 1433,
The panel will feature several
noted women journalists who will
give informal talks on their ex-
periences in newspaper work.
The discussion is open to all
coeds interested in journalism.
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RIDING CLUB-The beginning
class of the Riding Club will not
meet tomorrow as regularly sched-
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SABBATH SERVICES - Mem-
bers of Pi Lambda Phi will con-
duct Sabbath services at 7:45 p.m.
tonight at the Hillel Building:
After the services Prof. Frank
L. Huntley of the English depart-
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