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Music of Buddy Morrow's Band U' To Offer
~ A~E~I ~ .J~ ce skating

lParents Tell of Engagements, Wedding Plans

io ze Ieu
Buddy Morrow and his orches-
tra, who will alternate on the J-
Hop bandstand with Ray An-
thony's group on Friday, Feb. 5,
will feature the "listenable, dance-
able music" which has put the ag-
gregation into the "big hit" class.
A standard record favorite, "Rio
Rita," got Morrow started on his
own, while "Rose, Rose I Love
You" also proved a favorite with
* * *
MORROW'S orchestrations have
been made with one objective in
mind. As he says, "Do not try to
educate the public from the band-
stand; instead, play the type of
music they want to hear."
At the age of 12, Morrow re-
ceived his first trombone as a
birthday present from his par-
ents. Now the trombone which
he uses Is Insured for $10,000, be-
cause of special materials used
In the horn and its special de-
After playing at high school
dances in his home town, Morrow
decided to continue his musical
studies and accepted a scholarship
to the Julliard School of Music.
hi stude adofrdhmajb
LEAVING Whiteman's band,
Morrow then moved from orches-
tra to orchestra, appearing in fea-
Artie Shaw, VnentddLopeuz and
Tommy Dorsey.
At the same time, he accepted
a position from a radio station
as staff musician and also found
time to tree lance in the record-
ing, radio and television indus-
Upon his discharge from the
Navy, he joined Jimmy Dorsey's,
band. Finally, he established his
own orchestra in 1950.

UreL L at l nnUa1 j-ii

To Women
Winter Sport En joyed
As Lifelong Pastirme;
Way of Transportatior
Although skating is not neces-
sary for transportation in Americs
as it has been in the Netherlands
it can be a lifetime sport for thos
who like to be active participants
Skating will be offered again al
the beginning of the second se-
mester for the University coed by
the Women's Physical Educatiorn
Department. Three classes of 3C
pupils each will receive instruc-
tion in the fundamentals of figure
skating. This instruction is for the
beginner as well as the more ad-
vanced person.
* * *
STARTING with the basic school
figures while learning to use both
the inside and outside edges, the
students will do such dances as the
Dutch Waltz and the College
Using the Inside edge of the
skate gives the skater more con-
trol in direction and she is also
capable of more speed. The out-
side edge is used only in making
cu rves.
School figures including eights
or the sme lines ar oedffi-
assume a gracefugl position with
the head pp. Her eyes must be on
the audience, not on her feet.
* * *
ROM TE sco figures skt-
groups. Free skating is a combina-
tion of the figures and dancing
numbers learned.
During competition partici-
pants are judged partially on
ease of skating.
This ease, achieved by profes-
sionals, fools spectators into think-
ing they too could do the stunts
with a little practice. But usually
after a few tries the beginner be-
comes discouraged and admits
there is more to it than meets the

Mrs. C. W. Rice of Flint an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Dorothy, to Russell Reis-
ten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Reister of Grandville.
Miss Rice received a degree In
dental hygiene in June, 1953.
Mr. Refster is a senior in the
School of Business Administration.
A June wedding is planned by
the couple.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Camp-
bell of La Grange, Ill., announce
the wedding plans of their daugh-
ter, Janet Marion, and H. Thomas
Benner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold T. B3enner of York, Pa.
Miss Campbell is a junior In the
literary college, and a member of
Delta Gamma.
Mn. Benner is a junior In the
College of Engineering. He is af-
filiated with Sigma Chi, Triangle,
Michigama, and is co-captain of
the swimming team.
- The wedding has been set for
Dec. 26, in the Emanuel Episcopal
Church in La Grange.

Th omas-Gess


BUDDY'S BAND-Buddy Morrow and his orchestra will take
to 2: 0 a m Fri ay Feb b. M or o w be ca m kno w for h s rec or
"Rose, Rose I Love You," appeared on the record scene.
OVER 2,000 disc jockeys voted theme "Dear Mary," and "On the
his group the "most promising Old Potato Farm."
band in tecuryin the 1951 *

anulBillboar~l poll.
The 4orchestra now features
three trumpets, four trombones,
four reeds, drums, bass and a
Morrow is also a songwriter in
his own right. He was admitted in-
to The American Society of Com-
posers, Authors end Publishers
soon after he wrote his first song.
His compositions include the "Boo-
gie Woogie March," "Solo," his

HIS "Boogie Woogie March,"
which features the names of all
the 48 states, has been published
in France, England and Italy with
new lyrics covering the provinces
of the respective countries.
Since the capacity of the In-
tramural B-uliding, the site for
the dance is limited by fire and
other safety measures, the J-
Hop committee has set up a
ticket reservation system. This
system, has also been devised to
isure "plenty of dancing room
for everyone," the committee



Kathryn M. Thomas's engage-
ment to Richard S. Gess, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gess of Jen-
kintown, Pa., was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund T. Thomas of De-
Miss Thomas Is in her fourth
year in the School of Nursing, on
the five year plan. She is affil-
iated with Delta Delta Delta.
M. Gess plans to graduate in
physica education He isea me-
Assembln Cies
Committee Posts
For Annuali Ball
Central committee positions for
Asser~ibly Ball, an annual dance
held in the spring, have been an-
nounced by the League.
As general chairman Sue Blau
wil headw acomm ittee of nine co
arrangements for the dance which
Association, dindependent w omen's
or anization.
Other members of the central
committee include Claudia Moore,
chairman, and Barbara Greenfield,
assistant public ity chairman;
Fjaine Smith and Carol Faulkner,
decorations co-chairmen: Donna
Wolcoff, tickets and Judy Lieb,
The list continues with Sarah
Hayden, patrons; Carol Shamberg,
programs and Joanne Purcell, re-
'This central committee will de-
cide where the dance will be held,
the theme of the dance, the or-
chestra, favors, programs and pa-
The committee will also set the
price of the tickets.
Least year' hssembly Balle was
the coed-bid dance was "Emerald
Decorations at the event trans-
formed the second floor of the
League into a magical world of Oz
with scenes from Frank Baum's I
book "The Wizard of Oz."
he hitorydofteaannual As-
sociainad Asembl Associa-
tion jointly gave a semi-formal

Gross-Teppe r
The engagement of Seema Gross
'to Harold M. Tepper, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Tepper of
Bridgeport, Conn., was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Gross of Jackson.,
Miss Gross was formerly a stu-

dent at the University, and is now
a senior at Western Michigan Col-
Mr. Tepper, a graduate of the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, is doing graduate work at
the University.
A June wedding is planned by
the couple.

Only a few COpies lef-

St t irectories

Wishg Ev eryone a

Successful New Year

iias annuunceu. - . -
Students with reservations will FIGURE SKATING as it is
be able to pick up their tickets, known now developed when ballet
priced at $7, immediately following routines were- worked out for per-
Christmas vacation. Any tickets formance on ice.
unclaimed will be sold to those When first presented in this
without reservations, country, figure skating was not
Since the dance will be held only popular. It became popular when
on one night again this year, the done in Europe to Viennese
J-Hop comimittee has scheduled an music.
informal concert from 3 to 5 p.m., Modern skates with thin edges
Sat., Feb. 6, to round out the week- were developed when the first
end. Further plans will be an- manufacturer made a mistake in
nounced following vacation, dimensions. Previously the skater
_ _;;;_<;;;; ;;;; >_;;;; had to take more strokes to keep
Ij~ going.
-' Students who enroll in the
Sspring classes on join the skating
0 club should have their own skates.
Best shesA pensl the co-nec"Fir
Best vist-ie
-which puts on an annual show
f~r with the Ann Arbor Figure Skat-
for (fingClub.





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502 East Huron, Phone 7332
Rev. C. H. Loucks, Pastor and Student Coun.-
9 :45 A.M.: The Student Class discusses "What
Students Can Believe About Heaven and Hell."
11:00 A.M.: Morning Worship Service. "Christian
Joy"--Rev. Loucks.
~6:45 P.M.: Roger Williams Guild. M~r. and Mrs.
John Reed present a program of Christmas
music and dramatic readings.
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Washtenaw at Forest
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10:45 P.M.: Worship: "Darkness Has Not Over-
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Walter S. Press, Pastor
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Irene Applin Boice, Director of Music
10:45 A.M.: Worship Service. Rev. Press will
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Minister-Rev. Leonard A. Parr
Christmas Family Service at 10:45 A.M. The
Chapel Choir of boys and girls will sing, "The
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Shepherd An' Foller." The adult choir will
sing, "Noel of Strasbourg" andl Mrs. Jacquiline
Ivanoff will sing, "Contique de Noel,"
Dr. Parr will preach on the subject: "Yet In
Thy Dark Streets Shineth."
At 3:30 P.M., the annual Church School program,
"Christmas Everywhere" will be presented in
The Pilgrim Fellowship will hove a Christmas buffet
supper and program at 5:30 at the home of

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