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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Novelaires To Sing at 'Autumn Nocturne'

ON THE HOUSIE

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Ticket Sales
RemainOpen
Tommy Dorsey and his band will
be in town for "Autumn Nocturne,"
informal dance to be presented
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow at
the Intramural Building.
The bandleader is bringing with
him two vocalists, Marietta Knox
and Marv Hudson, Dorsey's latest
talent in the field of crooning.
** *
ALSO WITH the band is Sam
Donahue, a former bandleader in
this area who currently plays ten-
or saxophone for the aggregation.
Dorsey, who is also a compe-
tent classical musician, will play
music in his sweet-swing style.
Several of his hit tunes are "Ma-
rie," "Song of India" and "Once
in a While."
Tommy and his brother, Jimmy,
started out in the band business in
1934 when they had such person-
nel as Bob Crosby, Glen Miller and
Ray McKinley.
WHEN THIS band broke up they
each formed a separate band, and
Tommy developed the sweet-swing
style he is known for today.
Tommy has been touring the
country for 15 years and he al-
ways runs up against the ques-
tion of why he and Jimmy never
got along together.
"The famous Dorsey Brothers'
battles were no more than family
spats," said Tommy after the two
broke up. "We've always been the
best of pals and always will oe."
* * *
INTERMISSION entertainment
will be provided by the Novelaires.
The quartet, from the Men's Glee
Club, won last year's Gulantics
and sang for Varsity Night last
week.
Tickets for the all-campus
dance will be on sale at the
door for the price of $3.60.
Alpha Phi Omega, service fra-
ternity, will take charge of the
checkroom, and Sphinx, junior
honorary, will be in charge of serv-
ing refreshments.
Last spring the central commit-
tee for "Autumn Nocturne" was
faced with the problem of having
Dorsey's band a week after home-
coming weekend or getting a sec-
ond-rate band from nearby. The
committee chose the former alter-
native and the Homecoming Dance
was postponed a week.
General chairmen are Mike Mc-
Nerney and Bob Steinberg. Others
on the committee are Anne Fur-
stenau, decorations; Cris Riefel,
tickets; Bob Reardon, buildings
and grounds; Joan Karabelnick,
programs; Mary Ann Chacarestos,
publicity and Reudi Gingrass,
checking and refreshments.

TOMMY DORSEY

SPLASH INTO MICHIFISH:
Women's Swimming Club
Announces New Members

Thirty-two coeds have been ac-
cepted as members of Michifish,
women's swimming club.
They include: Dorothy Alaben,
Nancy Ball, Janet Bradshaw, Mar-
ion Charvat, Elizabeth Cohen,
Marian D'Amour, Patricia Dow,
Joyce Gaffert, Lois Grabil, Eliza-
beth Griffon, Joan Groehn, Mary
Hart, Margaret Heath, Jeanne
Hager, Jane Hohn, Nancy Jaq-
uette and Jane Kohr.
Other swimmers accepted are
Elaine Kihen, Gail Lundstrom,
Nancy Mohl, Priscilla Moore, Pat
Newell, Rosemarie Safron, Martha
Sanders, Carol Schoff, Ellen
Serck, Bernadette Schildberg,-
Maura Silverman, Harriett Thorne,
Kate VanHam, Jan Voorheis and
Joly Vorhaus.
These new members are asked
to meet at 10 a.m. tomorrow in
the Union Pool.
Donna Hoffman, Michifish man-
ager, has also announced the for-
mation of a new swim club. Wo-
men who attended Michifish try-
outs and whose names are not list-
ed above will be accepted as mem-
bers of this club, which will meet
at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Union
Pool.
At this time judges' records will
be opened to coeds so they will be
able to correct minor faults. "Most
of the swimmers who failed to
make Michifish need a little cor-
rection on one or -two strokes or
stunts," Miss Hoffman said.
As these faults are corrected,
vacancies in Michifish will be fill-
ed with members from the swim
club.
Approximately 50 coeds will be
accepted into Michifish. Members
must be able to perform the basic
swimming strokes and to execute
a front standing dive and front
and back dolphins.
Each year club members exhibit
water ballet stunts and other dem-
onstrations of precision swimming
at the Union Open House and at
the club's annual water show in
the spring.
The club also sponsors annually

the all-campus women's swimming
meet at the Intramural Pool.
Over 250 coeds participated in
this year's meet which found Betsy
Barbour splashing to first place
honors.
Miss Fritzie Gareis is advisor
for the swimming group. Members
practice in the Union Pool every
Saturday morning.
Committee Head
Reveals Names
Of SophCab Cast,
Cast members for the Sopho-
more Cabaret floorshow, "Pizzi-
cato" have been announced by Do-
lores Messinger, floorshow chair-
man.
Principal parts will be taken by
Judy Westphal, Audrey Coy and
Barbara Aavallone.
Sue Sharfman, Kay Frauenthal,
Janice Rose, Margaret Avsharian,
Priscilla Bickford and Lois Klein
will take part in the opening num-
ber.
Others in the show include
Dawn Maine, Sally Lorber, Ann
Tracy, Delpha LeDuc, Donna Hoff-
man, Kathy MacKay, Bette Jean
Robinson, Pat Newell and Robin
Renfrew.
Also chosen for the cast are Dot
Fink, Jane Murbach, Carolyn Sny-
der, Beth Greenberg, Julie Bowles,
Jane Howe, Karin Oldberg and
Elaine Berlow.
There will be a short meeting
for the entire cast and members
of the central committee at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the League.
Because of scheduling difficul-
ties Soph Cab will not be held until
February 13 and 14. Previously it
had been held in early December.
The floorshow committee wishes
to thank all the girls who tried
out. Those who did not obtain
parts are urged to sign up in the
League Undergraduate Office to
work on any of the committees.

By NAN PERRIN
Black cats, witches hats, costumed party-goers, and the music
of 'The Sentimental Gentleman' will dominate the campus social
scene this weekend.
Tekes and their dates will be entertained at a Halloween party
tonight. Leering jack o'lanterns, traditional Halloween games, and
unusual Macbeth Special punch will highlight the evening's festivities.
* * * *
ZETA BETA TAU plans a real old fashioned Hoe-Down costume
party tonight with entertainment, which will be provided by the6
brothers in a manner a la Halloween.
Henderson House will take to the ot-of-doors this evening
with a steak fry at the Island. After a hearty meal, couples willf
return to the house for a casual record dance.-
A Scavenger Hunt will be on tap at the Sammie house tonight,t
as members and dates set out to collect parts of the costumes they
must wear back to the house. Dancing and party games will welcome
the hunters as they return from their search.
*** *
THE AOPi's will be busy this weekend entertaining their fathers
during the traditional Fathers Weekend. Highlights of the weekend
will include dinner after the game tomorrow, and a dinner and pro-
gram at the house on Sunday.1
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Acacia, and Phi Sigma
Delta will start the month in a party manner with record dances
at the house tomorrow evening.
The Phi Delts and their dates will be serenaded by the music of
Johnny Harberd and his orchestra when tomorrow evening comes
around, at a party honoring the Illinois chapter.
THE PHI PSI house will be filled with all kinds of witches and1
hobgoblins tonight at their ghostly Halloween party. A hay-filled
room with old broomsticks and leering pumpkin faces will fill all
ghoulish hearts with glee.
A Spook Party, featuring costumes a la Charles Adams, will
be the thing at the Pi Lambda Phi house this evening.
Boarded-up windows and doors will add to the haunted house at-
mosphere, as members and their dates dance to the music of a local.
combo.
* * * *
THE DELTS will have a full day tomorrow as they play host at
a luncheon before the game, a buffet dinner for dates and visiting Illi-
nois brothers, and a record dance later in the evening.
Ted Smith and the Five Aces will move to the Theta Chi
House Saturday evening for an informal party honoring the
Illinois chapter.
Canterbury Club is sponsoring a casual Halloween party at 8:30
p.m. tonight at Canterbury House. There will be social and square
dancing, games and refreshments. Everyone is invited to come to join
in the Halloween fun.
THE ALPHA GAMS will hold a Halloween Costume party at the
house tonight, with prizes for the best costumes. Cider, doughnuts, and
candy-covered apples will highlight the refreshment scene.
Saturday will find the sisters entertaining their fathers at
an informal dinner after the game.
Dale Armstrong and his Harmonicats, something new around
campus, will be featured at the Chi Phi house tomorrow night at a
party honoring the Illinois chapter,
A HALLOWEEN PARTY for the men of Allen Rumsey will be held
at Helen Newberry tonight. Couples will start off on a Treasure Hunt,
then return to the house for dancing and a joint skit put on by mem-
bers of both houses.
Apple bobbing, fortune telling, and other traditional Halloween
party games will be in store for the men from Greene House at
Mosher Hall tonight. Dancing to the top name bands, on record,
will provide an evening of Halloween fun.
Kappa Nu will celebrate Halloween with a casual record dance
tonight at the house. Miniature footballs will be given as favors to
the members' dates.
* * * *
A HALLOWEEN PARTY will be on tap at the Kappa Sigma
house tonight. Dancing to the latest in records, amid corn stalks and
pumpkin decorations will insure an evening of fun for masked mem-
bers and dates.
The Haunted House will come to life at Adelia Cheever to-
night, as the women and their dates spend an enjoyable evening
at a Halloween Costume party. Refreshments and entertainment
will fit into the theme of ghosts, witches, and spooky houses.
A Masquerade Halloween Party will be sponsored by the Newman
Club at 8:15 p.m. tonight. It will feature a reception in the Hall of
Horrors, where all the costumed party-goers will be blindfolded and
led to the party. Dancing, party
games, and entertainment will
round out an evening of eery
fun. 1 1I

Scott House
Party Starts
Cup Tradition
Trophy To Be Given
For Committee Work,
Scholarship, Athletics
By KATHEY ZEISLER
Men of Scott House in South
Quadrangle threw a stag party
Wednesday night to launch com-
petition for a trophy.
Each corridor presented a skit
for entertainment at the party
and the best one was awarded a
temporary trophy and 15 points.
*At the end of the semester a
trophy will be presented to the
corridor with the most points for
participation in sports, member-
ship on committees and scholar-
ship.
First events of the evening were
the skits, judged by resident ad-
visors of Reeves, Huber and Kel-
sey Houses.
Corridor 5400 harmonized on
the tune "Shine on Me" in good
old barbershop fashion, except it
was done with five people.
The ditty of "Nancy Brown" was
rendered by George Edelman in
the part of Nancy, David Levine,
who accompanied himself on an
E-flat tennis racket and Herb Sol-
omon, portraying the many men
in Nancy's young life.
The 5100 corridor of Scott House
joined voices in a version of
"Alouette" while "It Pays to Ad-
vertise," a song written especially
for the occasion by Brian Honess,
was artistically performed by Jer-
ry Smith, tenor, All Smallman,
bass, Dan Halpern, alto and Eu-
gene Tomlinson, baritone.
The men in corridor 6300 pre-
sented a not-quite typical repre-
sentation of a house meeting in
the quad.
Next on the agenda was a quar-
tet singing "On Moonlight Bay,"
and "Coney Island Babe." Several
short numbers were presented by
Duane Schultz with his ukelele
and Dave O'Brien on the harmon-
ica.
The atmosphere shifted to the
South Sea Islands when Ken Kaji
presented an agile hula dance
with the uke accompaniment of
Walt Long. Four other men sang
a novel variation of "Glow Worm."
The last artists to take the stage
were the resident advisors of Scott
House, who presented a parody of
the progress of two freshmen, a
farmer and a city man.
The judges' .decision was an-
nounced and a wastebasket full of
odds and ends with the word "tro-
fee" painted on it, was awarded to
the victors, corridor 6100.
The winning skit was based on
a farmer's daughter and traveling
salesman joke with Dan Peterson
as the farmer, Jim Kruthers, Al
Haggerty, and Phil Stone acting
the role of the daughters. John
Shepherd was the traveling sales-
man.
The master of ceremonies spot
was taken over by Stan Pasikoff,
and the entire party was engi-
neered by Dan Peterson, social
chairman, and Len Marxhall, stag
party chairman.
Members of the committee were
Allan Price, Jim Ward, Bob Lorey,
Herb Solomon and John Amhein.

Little Club.. .
Informality will rein at the "Lit-
tle Club" from 9 p.m. to midnight
today in the North Lounge of the
Union.
Once again the student-run club
will provide an atmosphere of soft
lights and smooth danceable music
to entertain the Friday night soc-
ial set.
Music by Dick Mottern's Ann
Arbor Alley Cats will serenade
"nightclubbers" during the even-
ing with current popular tunes
such as "You Belong to Me" and
"Somewhere Along the Way."
However, the "Cats" will add
variety to the program with a de-
parture from the smooth music
when they "take off" on one of
their special dixieland jazz num-
bers.
The price of admission will be
$1 for couples spending the entire
evening at the "Club" and 75
cents for those dropping in after
10:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased at the
main desk in the Union lobby.
Since the club is designed to
cater to the students, the Union
social committee is anxious to re-
ceive suggestions from club pa-
trons on how to improve the dance.
Any student wishing to offer
criticism may call Art Bublitz at
the Student Offices in the Union
from 3 p.m.to 5 p.m.from Monday
through Friday.
The Union social committee will
try to incorporate these sugges-
tions in planning new "club" fes-
tivities.
Refreshments on the "Little
Club" menu will consist of Cokes,
pretzels and potato chips served in
the North Lounge.

Senior Society
Senior Society, honorary for
independent women, tapped
Gloria Cheek, Laura Leidig,
Carol Alchin, Jo Spencer,
Gloria Yough, Gail Hymen and
Peg Nimz in their semi-annual
tapping ceremony last night.

Round-up Room .. .
Ted Smith and the "Five. Aces"
will once again provide music for
listening and dancing from 9 p.m.
to midnight tonight in the Round-
up Room of the League.
For students who like the at-
mosphere of a "big city" night
club, the Round-up Room pro-
vides such features as dim-light-
ing, crowded dance floor and small
tables.
Ted Smith and his aggregation,
carrying out the night club theme
with their checkered shirts and
casual black string ties, will supply
music that is good for "sitting-
out" as well as dancing.
Members of the "Five Aces" in-
clude Ed Skidmore, bass; Fred
Steinbaugh on the drums; Chuck
Stauffer, alto sax; and Don Shet-
ler at the piano. Vocal numbers
will highlight modern danceable
music in the style of the combo.
"For those who want to spend
an informal evening or casual
date, where good entertainment is
positively guaranteed, the Round.
up Room sessions should be made
a regular Friday night habit,"
states Smith.
Admission to the night club will
be 50 cents a person or $1.00 a
couple.

Campus Night Club' Dances
Will Be Presented Tonight

Are You Eligible?
DANCING
Friday and Saturday Nites
Dancing Saturday Afternoon
after the game.
Members
and Guests
V+n 0 * 314 E. Liberty St.
Ph. 2-3972
You Must Be 21

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HALL RENTALS & BANQUETS
EXTRA PERFORMANCE - Nov. 6, 8:30 p.m.
PAUL GREGORY PRESENTS
THE FIRST DRAMA QUARTETTE
$(trnlq....IN PERSON!
CHARLES VINCENT
BOYER PRICE
CEDRIC AGNES
HARD WICKE * MOOREHEND

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NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
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SILVER COMPANY-Approxi-
mately 100 students have signed
up for interviews to be conducted
by a well-known silver company
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today at the
League.
Those who signed up will view
the firm's entire display of silver
and bone china and will be inter-
viewed about their preferences by
a representative of the company.
Arrangements for the display
were taken care of by the Person-
nel Committee, headed by Audie
Murphy, '53 Ed.
SABBATH SERVICES-Regular
Sabbath evening services will be
held at 7:45 p.m. tonight in the
Hillel building.
Following the services, Prof.
Preston Slosson, of the history de-
partment, will speak on "Parties,
Platforms, Platitudes and Politics,"
A question period will follow.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Mem-
bers of the Camp Counselor's Club
will meet at 5 p.m. Sunday at
WAB for a bike hike and cook-
out. Each coed should bring her
own food with liquid refreshment
being furnished by the club.
Those unable to participate in
the hike are invited to come to the
cookout at 6 p.m. at the Island.
In case of .unfavorable weather,
the cookout will be held at 5:30
p.m. at WAB.
TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB-
Town and Country Club members
will meet at 7*15 'tonight at the
Intramural Building.

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What's with buff?
AILLE knows- and tells all
By MLLE we mean MADEMOISELLE the
mag, of course. And in the November
book (issue to ams - amateurs, that is)
you'll learn the big lowdown on the state
of entertainment; U.S.A., learn that buff
is a jazz enthusiast, funnybone a comedi.
fan and planet a super star of stage, screen
,or what have you.
The jargon, in case you haven't latched
on, is varietese, the language of Variety;
the show biz bible. In eight pages of varie.1
tese Mlle covers the entertainment water-
front from video to the Met, from ballet
to discs, tells about popularupswing
;of gabdiscs.
Jazz blows hot, blows cool.' Some' say
it's dead. Mlle says it's far too healthy
to call for doctor, much less undertaker.'
Radio's being worried into quality up
beat. TV's the villain; every branch of
entertainment - pubs, pix, show biz I
sees video as its enemy, the ogre that is

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