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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFE

THURDAY SEPEMBR 3, 194 TE MIHIGN DILY AGEFII

Arabian Theme, Entertainment
To Be Featured at Annual I-Hop

TWO TWIRLERS:
Sophomore Drum Major
. Will Lead Band This Fall
By LOU SAUER j

Pep Rally To Be Held Tomorrow

With a clash of the cymbals,
coeds and their dates will join the
sultan in "A Thousand and One
Nights" at the annual I Hop to be
presented by Assembly and Inter-
House Council.
I-Hop, to be given on Saturday,
October 9, is the first annual all-
campus dance to be held this year
and will also be the first all-cam-
pus dance to be held in the newly
decorated League ballroom.
The tradition of having two
bands will be carried on this year.
Tommie Aquino will be playing
smooth dance music in the ball-
room. Aquino directs the leading
orchestra at Michigan State Col-
lege and has just recently returned
from a cross country tour.
Couples will find the Ann Ar-
bor Alley Cats holding court for
all Dixielanld enthusiasts in anoth-
er room. This combo regularly ap-
pears at the Union-sponsored "Lit-
tle Club."
In keeping with the "A Thou-
sand and One Nights" theme, the
entertainment during the inter-
mission will consist of dancers
from the international center.
The exotic black, gold and white
decorations will prevail not only
in the main ballroom, but through-
out the whole second floor. Each
room, though definitely carrying
out the central theme, will por-
tray a different page from "A
Thosand and One Nights."
The dance is the first late per-
mission occasion of the year. Tick-
ets may be purchased at the Lea-
gue, Union, on the Diagonal or
from individual house social chair-
man.
Lois Shein and David Hubly are
the general co-chairman for the
dance. In charge of decorations
are Diane Singer and Leonard Si-
piora, while Marilyn Tobocman
and Gilbert Hitchcock are han-
dling publicity.
Directing finance and orchestra
committees are Betty Shuptrine
and Ralph Bass, and Valerie Perin
and Alan Daver are handling
tickets. Shirley Clarke and Pat
Newell are co-chairman of . pro-
gram and patrons.
Jazz Concert
Block Seats
To Be Sold
Mail orders for blocks of tickets
to Norman Granz' "All Star Jazz
at the Philharmonic" concert to be
presented on Wednesday, Oct. 13,
at Hill Auditorium are now being
accepted.
Orders may be addressed to 3519
Administration Building. They will
be accepted until Monday, Oct. 4.
Publicity chairman George Dutter
said that choice seats will go to
groups ordering a large number of
tickets.
Tickets are priced at $2 for seats
on the main floor and part of the
first balcony. Other ducats are
two performances of the show
which will take place at 7 and 9:15
p.m.
Single and small group ticket
sales will be held from 9 a.m. to
noon and from 2 to 4:30 p.m. be-
ginning Monday at a booth to be
set up in the downstairs lobby of
the Administration Building. Tick-
et sales will continue there through
Friday.
Proceeds from the event will go
to the Men's Glee Club who are
making an intense effort to suc-
ceed in raising funds for a tenta-
tively planned trip to Europe next
"; summer.
Artists scheduled to perform are
songstress Ella Fitzgerald, piano
player Oscar Peterson, trumpet
players Dizzy Gillespie and Roy
Eldridge, drummers Buddy Rich
X and Louis Bellson, tenor saxophon-

ists Flip Phillips and Ben Webster,
Clarinetist Buddy De Franco, trom-
bonist Bill Harris, bass player Ray
Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis.
Jazz at the Philharmonic will be
the first musical performance of
its kind in the new semester. Last
year Panhellenic Association and
Inter-Fraternity Council presented
a "Festival of Modern Jazz." Ma-
jor attraction at that program was
Stan Kenton and his orchestra.

--Daily-John Hirtzel
I-HOP-Working over plans for I-Hop, the fist all-campus dance,
are from left to right, Lois Shein, co-chairman; Shirlee Clark,
patrons chairman and Gilbert Hitchcock, publicity chairman.
The dance, to be presented from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 9, will feature the exotic "A Thousand and One Nights."
I-Hop is jointly sponsored by Assembly Association and Inter-
House Council.
Campus Religious Groups
Schedule Variety O Events

One of the two drum-majors for
the marching band this'season will
be veteran performer Gordon Pat-
ton, better known as Champ, for
his championship roller-skating and
baton twirling performances.
Patton, along with Vic Walton, a
freshman, will lead the largest
band in the University's history,
this fall.
He has been twirling since he
was seven. His brother, the drum-
major at Michigan State College,
fostered Patton's interest in the
baton. Their mother attended his
brother's lessons, and together they
taught him the fundamentals of
baton twirling.
Studied With Dick Smith
Afterwards, Patton took ITssons
from Dick Smith, who was drum-
major at the University for the
three years preceding last year,
when Floyd Zarbach took over.
In his senior year at high school
Patton was drum-major. He said,
"If it weren't for Graham Young,
my band-leader there, I would
probably never have come to the
University." Young is an alumnus
of the University, and did all he
could to interest the young twirler
in coming here to school.
Patton thinks the band will be
even better this year than last -
"It's certainly bigger," he said.
He is anxious for the traditional
band rivalryat the Michigan-Mich-
igan State game. Concerning Army,
he noted, "We'll out-march them
and out-play them." Then he add-
ed, "But it won't be easy."
Keeps in Shape
The eighteen-year-old sophomore
keeps himself in good physical con-
dition by running when he is at
home. "Up here I don't have any
Housewarming
'To Be Featured
At Fletcher Hall
Fletcher Hall will hold an in-
formal housewarming party from
9 p.m. to midnight on Friday.
This is the first party to be held
in the new women's residence hall,
newly converted from a men's
dormitory.
Former Fletcher men havc been
invited as special guests, and be-
mause they are widely scattered,
this notice is intended as an invi-
tation to all former residents to
attend.
The women were given all the
funds in the treasury and were
presented with their television set.
The Deans and members of the
Board of Governors have also been
invited to see the new house and
furnishings.
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Cries of "Roll 'em up" will echo
through campus town when the
first pep rally of the year gets'
underway tomorrow.
Festivities for the season's open-
ing football game will begin at 7:30
p.m. in front of the Union. Students
will march down State Street to the
traditional setting at Yost Field'
House. They will be led by the
marching band.
Dick Balzhiser, last year's start-
ing fullback who was also active in
many other extra-curricular activi-
ties, will be the master of ceremo-
nies of a special program.
The Vaughn Shadows, a singing
trio which has participated in Gu-

lantics, all campus talent revue,
will be featured. The marching
band will also perform.
Wolverine. Club officials said that
the identity of the featured speak-
er will be kept a secret.
Porn Pom Sale ...
Bright colore d pompons, bal-
Tryout Meeting
First Women's Staff tryout
meeting will be held at 4:15
p.m. today in the Student Pub-
lications Building. All interest-
ed coeds are invited to attend.

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CHAMP PATTON
time," he complained, "but-I prac-
tice three hours a day by going
down a little before the band starts
to practice and leaving a little
later."
The band is playing at two of
the away games this year, North-
western and Ohio State. "The rea-
son they didn't send us to Washing-
ton is they don't like us to make
more than one long trip each sea-
son, and we have the Rose Bowl
coming up in January," Patton
said smilingly. "It would be a won-
derful feeling to lead the band for
that game."
Patton added that another new
feature ofdthe band this season will
be post-game shows to prolong in-
terest.

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loons and buttons will be sold to the
students tomorrow.
The pompons and buttons are 15
cents, and the balloons are 10
cents.
The Wolverine club is sponsor-
ing this International Pompon Day
in order to promote good spirit and
enthusiasm at all the football
games,
Students may purchase pompons
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
League, Union, Engineering Arch
and on the Diagonal.
Last year Block "M" and many
other students obtained colorful
pompons which helped to cheer on
their team.

Continuing with their fall activi-
ties, the campus religious groups
have scheduled varied events rang-
ing from attendance at the Pep
Rally to the showing of scientific
movies for this weekend.
The Newman Club of St. Mary's
Chapel will hold its weekly open
house from 8 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow in the Father Richard Cen-
ter.
At 8 p.m. today there will be a
musicale in the music room of
the Hillel foundation. There will be
services at 8 p.m. tomorrow fol-
lowed by Oneg Shabbat.
Members of the Roger Williams
Guild of the Baptist Church will
meet at the church tomorrow to go
together to the Pep Rally. At 6:45
p.m. Sunday a student panel will
present another meeting in the
current series of "Christian Re-
sponsibility in the University."
Film to Be Shown
Gamma Delta, the Lutheran Stu-
dent Organization of the University
Lutheran Chapel, will hold their
weekly supper-meeting at 6 p.m.
Sunday. At 7 p.m. following supper
a 30 minute sound and color sci-
ence film'="The Voice of the Deep"
will be shown.
At 6:15 p.m. Sunday the Grace
Bible Student Guild will meet for
their weekly sdpper.
Prof. Gerhard Lenski will speak
to members of the Canterbury Club

at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Can-
terbury House on "The Christian
and the Family."
Immediately following Saturday's
game donuts and cider will be
served at an open house. A square
dance is on the agenda at 8 p.m.
Saturday at the parish house. A
buffet supper will be served at 6:30
p.m. Sunday at the Canterbury
House.
Speaker Featured
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will present Prof. John Kennard
of Wheaton College who will speak
on "Absolutism or Relativism?" at
4 p.m. Sunday at Lane Hall.
Members of the Congregation
and Disciples Guild will meet at
the guild house at 7 p.m. tomorrow
to go together to the Pep Rally.
At 8 p.m. Saturday the graduate
professional group will hold its
first meeting at the guild house.
Melvin Marcus will speak and con-
duct a discussion on the UN at 7
p.m. Sunday at the Congregational
Church.
At 8:15 p.m. tomorrow the West-
minster Student Fellowship of the
Presbyterian Church will present
Rev. Henry Walch who will speak
and show slides on his trip to
Egypt and the Holy Land.
The meeting at 6:45 p.m. Sunday
will feature the Rev. Charles Leber
who will speak on "Toward a Place
Among Peer."

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INTERNATIONAL TEA - Uni-
versity students are invited to at-
tend the International tea from
4 to 6 p.m. today at Rackham Hall.
A group of students from Thai-
land will demonstrate some of
their native dances and sports.
* * *
HMOECOMING-There will be
a meeting for all students inter-
ested in participating in commit-
tees for the annual homecoming
ance, at 4 p.m. today in Rm. 3N
at the Union. Organizations inter-
ested in coat-checking and photo-
graphers are asked to contact
Donna Summers at 2-3279 between
8 and 9 p.m.
CO-REC NIGHT-There will be
a co-recreational night from 7 to
10:30 p.m. tomorrow at the IM
Building. The pool will be open
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. All facilities
are available.
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be made at the Student Publications

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Monday through

Friday.

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I-HOP.

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