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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1952
Joint Concert
To Be Staged
By Glee Club
Cornell Triple Quartet
To Highlight Second
Michigan-Cornell Sing
Raising their voices in song for
the Joint Michigan-Cornell Men's
jGlee Club concert to be held at
8:30 p.m. Saturday, November 8
at Hill Auditorium, will be the Ca-
yuga's Waiters, a triple quartet
from Cornell.
Staged last year in Ithaca on
the Cornell campus, after Michi-
gan and Cornell met on the grid-
Iron, the concert was such a suc-
cess that the idea for a joint con-
cert has been continued.
CAYUGA'S WAITERS are Cor-
nell's equivalent of the "wiffen-
poofs" of Yale and the "Naus-
soons" of Princeton. The group
was organized from the club to
add small unit work to the con-
certs.
Now in the fourth year of or-
ganization the fame of The Ca-
Iuga's Waiters has been contin-
uAlly spreading. They sing light,
modern numbers; Negro spirit-
uals; semi-classical and show
music.
Thomas B. Tracy, director of the
Cornell Glee Club organized the
triple quartet with the assistance
of E. Chapin Davis, first tenor so-
loit. The group is directed by the
students with the advice of Mr.
Tracy.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Fall Scenes To Greet
Dorsey at SL Dance

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Decorations appropriate to the
season will set the scene for "Au-
tumn Nocturn," informal dance to
be sponsored by the Student Leg-
islature from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sat-
urday in the Intramural Building.
Colorful leaves and streamers
will be strewnabout the dance
floor giving an impression of clear,
crisp fall weather. Cornshocks and
pumpkins, the Halloween stand-
bys will adorn the building.
* * *
CHRYSTAL chandeliers hang-
ing from the ceiling will revolve
and cast reflected light over the
dance floor.
"Autumn Nocturne" will fea-
ture the music of Tommy
Dorsey and his orchestra, and
couples will dance to a variety
of numbers the "Sentimental
Gentleman" is known for.
Dorsey is accredited as having

CAYUGA'S WAITERS-Cornell University's triple quartet will be featured at the Joint Michigan-
Cornell Men's Glee Club concert to be held November 8 at Hill Auditorium. The two glee clubs per-
formed a similar concert at Ithaca last year.

PHILLIP DUEY, professor of,
voice in the School of Music, will
direct the Michigan Men's Glee
Club. Before taking over this po-
sition Mr. Duey had followed a
career as a professional singer.
Last spring he was a soloist in the
May Festival.
In the interest of those who
plan to drive home after the
concert the program is limited
to one and one half hours.
Each glee club will share the
spotlight for approximately half
of the scheduled time.
MAIL ORDERS are still being
accepted for the concert. They can
be obtained by addressing requests
to University of Michigan Men's
Glee Club; 1020 Administration
Building.
The club is planning to sell
tickets in Block A for $2.20.
Block B tickets will sell for $1.50.
Top Balcony tickets w'ill sell for
90 cents. The box office sales at
Hill Auditorium will open Mon-
dat, November 3.

IN THE SWIM:
Ground Broken for Women's Pool

Personalized
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
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OVERBECKS

Trumpet fanfare opened the
ground-breaking ceremonies for
the swimming pool unit of the
W o m e n's Physical Education
plant, heralding the realization of
twenty-five years of hopeful plan-
ning.
Regent Vera Bates turned the
first shovelful of dirt, followed by
Dr. Margaret Bell, chairman of the
Women's Physical Education De-
Hillel
Hillel's supper club will be
held from 6 to 7 p.m. tonight
in the Hillel building. Admission
will be 50 cents for members
and 65 cents for non-members.
A reception honoring the twelve
Israeli students on campus will
take place at 8 p.m.

partment. Mrs. Lola, Hanavan,
chairman of the Alumni Building
Committee, Nancy Fitch, WAA
president, Prof. Laurie Campbell
and H. O. Crisler also aided in
the ground-breaking ceremonies.
From a small start of not-quite
$400, the pool fund has grown to
over $1,000,000. Contributions from
the Women's Athletic Association,
student organizations, the Uni-
versity swimming team and from
alumni accounted for $28,000 of
this sum.
The new modern pool will do
away with the need for use of the
"Barbour bathtub," in which many
University coeds have learned to
swim.
Measuring 75 by 44 feet, the
pool will have lanes and a wide
runway, which will facilitate
swimming meets. Room for 700
spectators has been included in the
unit. Underwater lights, sound
and television outlets will also be
featured.
Dr. Bell stressed that the pool
will be very helpful in promoting
the teaching of water safety and
Scroll
There will be a meeting of
Scroll at 2 p.m. today in the
League. Members who are un-
able to attend the meeting are
asked to call Marilyn Hey.

life saving and also will be of ther-
apeutic value.
According to President Harlan
H. Hatcher, master of ceremonies
for the event, the construction of
the swimming pool will bring about
the realization of one of the Uni-
versity's great dreams.
WAA Notices]
The schedule for this week's vol-
leyball tournament is as follows:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha Delta
Pi II vs. Newberry II; at 7:15 p.m.
-Angell I vs. Hinsdale I; Jordan I
vs. Newberry I; at 8 p.m. - no
games.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m. - Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Cook I, Kappa
Delta I vs. Gamma Phi Beta II; at
7:15 p.m.-Palmer I vs. Cook II;
Angell II vs. Stockwell IV;. at 8
p.m.-no games.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. - no
games; at 7:15 p.m.-Couzens II
vs. Sigma Delta Tau I; Chi Omega
I vs. Jordan V; at 8 p.m.-Stock
well VII vs. Vaughan I; Alpha Chi
Omega II vs. Jordan IV.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m. - no
games; at 7:15 p.m.-Kleinsteuck
I vs. Alpha Xi Delta I; Pi Beta Phi
I vs. Jordan V; at 8 p.m.-Stock-
pha Phi I vs. Delta Delta Delta
I; Kappa Kappa Gamma II vs.
Stockwell I.

been the first musician to use the
tromboneas a solo instrument. Be-
fore his time, the "Slush-pump, as
it was dubbed, was used merely
as background to keep the beat.
*' * *
THIS HORN, solely played by
wind and breath control, is prob-
ably one of the hardest musical
instruments to play.
He took up the horn while still
in knee pants, and had his heart
set on becoming the world's
foremost trumpet soloist. One
day his father who owned a
brass band asked him to fill in
for an absent trombonist, and
Dorsey has stuck with the in-
strument ever since.
In 1934, with his brother, Jim-
my, he formed his own band with
Bob Crosby as vocalist, Glenn Mil-
ler on second trombone, and Ray
McKinley on the drums.
* * *
TICKETS are on sale for the
price of $3.60. They are available
on the Diagonal, Angell Hall and
the Administration building. They
will also be sold by the house man-
agers in fratenities and dormi-
tories was well as at the door the
night of the dance.
Formerly known as the Home
coming Dance, the all-campus
affair was postponed this year
in order to have Dorsey's band
play for it.
The central committee, when
faced with the problem of having
Dorsey on hand a week after
Homecoming or of getting a sec-
ond-rate band from nearby, de-
cided the students would rather
dance to the music of Dorsey.
* * *
THIS ORCHESTRA was picked
as their favorite by a two-to-one
poll of students on the University
campus.
Attire for the dance will be
informal, the women in dresses
and the men in suits.
Heading the committee for the
dance are Mike McNerney and Bob
Steinberg.
Others on the committee are
Anne Furstenau, decorations; Cris
Riefel, tickets; Bob Reardon,
buildings and grounds; Joan Kar-
abelnick, programs; Mary Ann
Chacarestos, publicity and Reudi
Gingrass, checking and refresh-
ments.
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