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1RIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Two Dances
Will Provide
StudyBreak
League-Union To Join
Forces To Promote
'Gridiron Gambols'
Gridiron Gambols ..*.
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Couples will dance to the famil-
iar music of Paul McDonough and
his orchestra at "Gridiron Gam-
bols" from 9 p.m. to midnighf to-
morrow in the Union Ballroom.
This is the first in a series of
annual dances given jointly by the
Union and League to replace the
separate fall dances each has given
in the past.
Several years ago, McDon-
ough and Art Stade, band man-
ager, organized the combo which
at present includes Mel Camp-
bell, sax and clarinet; Bud
Cook, trumpet; Art Stade, drums
and Ivan Zahn, bass.
Betty Magyar, vocalist for the
group, had the lead in Soph Sa-
tire and Soph Cab and also starred
in last year's JGP.
Specializing in requests, the
group also features old-time fav-
orites, waltzes and Latin American
dances.
McDonough, a sophomore law
student, has written a great many
tunes for past Union Operas, and
he will feature a special arrange-
ment of music he wrote for this
year's opera at the dance Satur-
day.
Decorations at the dance will
follow a football theme, featur-
ing a football mobile hanging
from a ceiling of purple, white,
yellow and blue streamers.
Northwestern's purple and white
will also be seen on the programs
for the event.
Tickets for the dance, now on
sale at the Union and on the Di-
agonal, are $1.50 per couple.
Featured as entertainment dur-
ing intermission will be the Novel-
aires, who are returning to cam-
pus for this event, Ed Rabenscroft,
drum-playing winner of last year's
Gulantics, and Floyd Zarbock,
drum major.
The dance is open to all the
campus with Northwestern stu-
dents especially invited.
League Dance .. .
Date or dateless, everyone on
campus is welcome at the weekly
League Dance to be held from
p.m. to midnight tonightin the
League Ballroom.
Featuring the music of Chuck
Ritz and his band, the dance will
be a Friday-night event at the
League until Thanksgiving.
Leader Chuck Ritz, besides
presiding at the keyboard, will
offer vocal renditions as well. Al-
so included in the group will be
Norm Kirby at the drums, trum-
peteer Harlan Haywood and
Jerry McKlntock.
Intermission entertainment has
been planned.
Admission is priced at 50 cents
per person, 35 cents after 10:30
p.m.

SHADES OF HALLOWEEN:
Parties Will Highlight Weekend

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BOSTON
SYMPHONY

By RITA GEDROVICS
Getting an early start on Hallo-
ween, many of the campus parties
will feature costumes of all sorts
this weekend.
After Varsity Night a marsh-
mallow roast at an outside grill
is scheduled for the Gamma Phi
Beta's in honor of the new pledges
and their guests of the Northwest-
ern chapter.1
As one of the Tau Delta Phi
alumni reunion activities, an
outside wienie roast will be held.
New pledges will also be honored
at the Sigma Phi Epsilon dance
party tomorrow night. Music will
be provided by the Five Aces.
Northwestern's colors, purple and
white will decorate the Pi Lambda
Phi pledge party where Red John-
son will render musical selections.
Spooks and ghosts will lurk in
the corners of the Kappa Sigma
house.
Nightmarish Halloween decora -
tions will be carried out at the
Lambda Chi Alpha costume party.,
Couples will dance to the melo-
dies of the Dick Bogg Quartette.
Prizes will be given for the best
costumes.

tume party. Three rooms will be will dance at a party to the music
decorated with scenes from "Mou- of Mitch Osadchuck. Record
lin Rouge," "Tale of Two Cities." dances will be held at the Acacia,
and "Treasure Island." A costume Alpha Delta Phi and Phi Gamma
party is also scheduled for the Delta houses.
Delta Sigma Delta's for which cou-
ples will dress as their favorite A hayride for the Zeta Beta
characters. Tau's will be followed by a
A father's weekend dance fol- square dance at the Hillel. Cider
lowing a banquet is on the agenda will be served for refreshments.
of the Chi Phi's with Rog Towne Gomberg is planning a pre-
and the Terrace Trio providing game open-open house arid Van
music. Tyne will have an open house after
Hoping to see the Wolverines the game. Strauss House has a
win, Alpha Sigma Phi's are plan- T.V. and dance party scheduled,
ning a victory dance. Guests from while Phi Kappa Sigma's and Phi
Northw.estern chapters will be hon- Rho Sigma's and their dates will
ored at a joint party of the Sigma also dance to their favorite records.
Chi's and Kappa Alpha Theta's. aornflownhinadirec rdf .
Favors flown in directly from
Two Charlie Chaplin films will Bombay, India and white rose cor-
be shown at the Phi Sigma Delta sages will be given to dates of Sig-
"Cinema Capers." Candy stands ma Nu's who will attend the din-
and ticket booths will give the ner previous to the "White Rose
impression of an old-time movie. Ball" to be held from 9 p.m. to
Mel Sachs will play at the Sigma midnight in the League Ballroom.
Delta Tau parent's party which Music for the dance which is
will be held at the Hillel. Delta open to all affiliates, will be pro-
Kappa Epsilon's will also honor vided by the seven-piece orches-
their parents at a dance party. tra of Don Kenney. Soprano vocal-
Tau Delta Phi's and their dates ist. Ann Robinson, will be featur-
will dance to the music of Herald ed on the intermission program.
Herman at a semi-formal in the "Rose and a Star," a song which
Masonic Temple. Triangle will hold was written specifically for the
a dance party and provide enter- fraternity by Kay Kaiser, will be
tainment for their pledges. among the renditions of a Sigma
Guests from the Northwestern Nu vocal group. Collegiate songs
chapter of the Theta Delta Chi will conclude the program.

THURS. 8:30
Oct. 22
HILL
Auditorium

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
'GRIDIRON GAMBOLS'-Karen Oldberg, Sarah Weed, Donna
Hoffman and Carolyn Snyder are wondering who will win Sat-
urday's football game with Northwestern. But regardless of the
outcome, students from both schools are welcome at 'Gridiron
Gambols' to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
Union Ballroom.

Charles Munch
Tickets: $1.50, $2:00, $2.50, $3.00
University Musical Society
Burton Memorial Tower

Women's Swimming Club
Announces New Members

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WAA Michifish Manager, Mar- son, Marilyn Rauschenberger and:
garet Lord, has announced that ( Rosemary Tomicic.
approximately 35 coeds have been There will be a meeting for all!
chosen members of the synchro- new and old members at 10 o'clock
nized swimming group. in the fencing room of Barbour!
The new members are Grazia Gym.
Alexis, Cynthia Camp, Mary Lou
Conant, Shirley Eckwall, Louise -
Fonteine, Nonette Gunther, Ann
Hammond, Donna Hoeltzel, Jean EXCITING WEE
Irwin, Barbara Kiegler, Gail Lund-
strom, Joan McAfee, Janice Mac-
Vaugh and Joan Melges. Relax and Have an
The list continues with Audrey a
Miller, Linda Miller, Marilyn Mos-
ier, Robin Pratt, Betty Reehill,
Ann Reichard, Janet Roberts, Ju- Ih S
die Shagrin, Sue Steigleder, Janet
Wasserberger, and Ancella Wein-R
stein. RESTAL
Concluding the list of new mem-
members are Jean Boch, Emily
Hardy, Pat McGuigan, Edythe Nel- T H

Fake money, roulette wheels,
and a Bohemian atmosphere will
set the scene for the Adams
house gambling party. In a room
laid out in the pattern of a
footfield,= men of Allen-Rum-
sey and their dates will dance
to the music provided by a mys-
terious disc-jockey.
"Literary Cavalcade" will be the
theme of the Sigma Alpha Mu cos-

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I -MNight Offers
Variety in Sports
Although Varsity Night has been
snaring most of the headlines, the
Intramural Building is another
place students can go tonight or
any °Friday evening - for recrea-
tion and relaxation.
To create interest in IM night,
the committee will designate one
house every week as honored
guests. This week the invitation
is extended to Stockwell. However,
any student on campus is welcome
to attend.
Newcomers will be amazed at
the variety of sports they can try
their hand at. While one can al-
ways find a number of mixed vol-
leyball contests going on, paddle
ball also has some enthusiastic
fans.
Always a popular spot. the IM
pool is available for swimming
every Friday night. Towels and
lockers are given to the swim-
mers, who are not required to wear
the tank suits.
Interest and curiosity quite fre-
quently centers around the tram-
poline which anyone can use.
While there is no charge for use
of the facilities of the Intramural
Building, students must present
their ID cards to be admitted in
the building.
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tee members for Soph Cab will<
meet at 3:30 p.m. today in the1
League. Room number will bet
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TENNIS CLUB - WAA Tennis
Club will play Michigan State and
University High School at 3:30
p.m. today at the Palmer Field
courts. However all Tennis Club
players are requested to be at the
WAB at 3 p.m. Immediately fol-
lowing the matches a reception will
be held in the WAB lounge for all
the tennis players and hockey
players.
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