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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1954

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Club Dance
To Highlight
Turkish Day
Folk Dancing, Music
To Lend Atmosphere
For 'Turkish Nights'
Hos Bilezik, a national folk
dance, will be part of the enter-
tainment planned for the "Turk-
ish Nights" dance to be held from
8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at
Rackham Hall by the Turkish Club.
Different regions of Turkey have
their own folk lore and dances
which represent the people and the
way they live.
In order to dance the Hos Bilezik,
five men or women form a line,
holding on to each other's shoul-
ders. Together they dance certain
steps to the music and rhythm.
Sometimes the dance is done with
a leader.
In addition to the dancing, mem-
bers of the Club will sing two na-
tionalsongs, "Katip," and "Usku-
dara."
In an atmosphere created by
Turkish cafe decorations, fortune
telling will take place. Guests will
sip thick Turkish coffee, and when
they finish drinking, members of
the club will predict their future
by draining the liquid from the
cup.
A thick mass of grinds will re-
main in the cup. These grinds
from cerain patterns from which
fortunes may be told.
John Bonino's orchestra will
play for the semi-formal affair.
The Turkish Club is sponsoring
the dance in celebration of the
Turkish Republic Day.
Tickets for the event will be
priced at $2 per couple.

Newman Club, Hillel
To Schedule Activities

'VICTORS AROUND THE WORLD':
Alumni Band To March at Game

Newman Club...
Don Kenny and his orchestra will
furnish music at the Newman
Club's annual Halloween party
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight Sat-
urday at the Father Richard Cen-
ter.
Entertainment will be provided
by several women from Chicago
House who will present a skit at
intermission.
The party theme will be "Witch-
es Den." In keeping with the Hal-
loween atmosphere, decorations
will consist of pumpkins and corn
shucks. Costumes will not be worn.
Hillel ...
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At 8 p.m. today immediately fol-
lowing services, Irving I. Katz, ex-
ecutive secretary of Temple Beth
El of Detroit, will speak to Hillel
members at the Hillel Foundation
on "Jewish Pioneers in Michigan."
This is the first in a series of
talks commemorating the Jewish
Tercententary, the 300theanniver-
sary of the Jewish people in Amer-
ica.
Hillel will also present its au-
tumn dance "Harvest Hop" from
8 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday. Music for
dancing will be provided by Mel
Sachs and his orchestra. Appro-
priate dress for the informal dance
will be blue jeans, slacks or ber-
muda shorts. The price of tickets
will be 35c for members and 65c
for non-members.
AWAA Notices

Hillel has planned an Election
Dance, Sunday, from 8 to mid-
night.
The Election Dance will be a
graduate mixer, to which gradu-
ate men and junior and senior
women are invited. Students must
declare their party affiliation be-
fore entering.

At pre-game time before the
Michigan-Indiana game tomorrow
the Alumni Band composed of for-
mer members of the Michigan
Marching Band will be the center
of attraction.
According to George Cavender,
assistant director of the march-
ing band, approximately 125 alum-
ni are expected. Last year gradu-

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'U' Women Register Today
For New Gym Courses

ates of the classes of '98 and '06
were present.
A tradition with the alumni band
is the wearing of cardboard top
hats.
At pre-game time both bands will
take the field, with the Marching
Band forming a top hat around the
block formation of the alumni
band.
Michigan Songs
The bands will then play a med-
ley of Michigan songs.
At half time the marching viand
will present its traditional salute
to the opposing team.
Also on the half time program
will be a special presentation,
"Victors Around the World." This
will consist of a musical trip
around the world showing how
"The Victors" would sound in the
music of other countries.
The band will visit Hawaii and
form the figure of a hula dancer
complete with swaying skirt.
'Round the World'
Next stop in the around-the-world
trip will be India, where the band
will form an Indian snake charm-
er and a snake which will even-
tually assume the shape of an
"9M."..
A gondola complete with gondo-
lier which moves down the field
will be the band's interpretation
of their trip to Italy.
The band will also journey to
China in the shape of a Chinese

coolie and a rickshow which moves
up and down the field
The last stop for the bandsmen
will be Russia
Cameras Click
As Photo Contest
Nears Deadline
With the end of October ap-
proaching, amateur shutterbugs
have only a few days to get their
entries in under the Tuesday, Nov.
1, deadline for the Union-spon-
sored photography contest.
The competition is being promot-
ed by the men's residences' cam-
era clubs in West, South and East
Quadrangles.
Entry blanks for the three divi-
sions of the contest-curricular, ex-
tra - curricular and community
scenes-may be obtained at local
camera shops or at the Union Stu-
dent Offices.
!Contest chairman, Dick Cramer,
emphasizes the fact the competi-
tion is open to any amateur pho-
tographer. He reminds women that
coeds took two- of the prizes last
year.
All snapshots should be five by
seven in black and white and un-
mounted.
Winning snapshots will be sent
to a national magazine for pos-
sible publication.

Registration begins
the new women's gym
be offered during the
weeks period.

today for
courses to
next eight

. --Daily-Marj Crozier
'TURKISH NIGHTS'-Three members of the Turkish Club demon-
strate the Hos Bilezik, a national folk dance, which will be part of
the entertainment planned for 'Turkish Nights,' to be held from 8
p.m. to midnight tomorrow at Rackham Hall.
Four Students To Present
Original Works at Forum

Due to popular demand, a class
for upperclass women in elemen-
tary golf, will be given
Ski fundamentals, another new
course, is designed for those with
little or no skiing experience.
A course in apparatus will also
be included on the new agenda.
This will consist of learning the
use of a new women's trampoline,
box, horse, buck and traveling
rings.
Elementary instruction is being
offered in badminton, fencing,

swimming, ice skating, figure skat-
ing, diving, bowling, riding, mod-
ern dance and basketball.
Intermediate instruction will be
givien in badminton, swimming I
and II, riding and modern dance.
Synchronized swimming, posture,
figure and carriage, life saving,
and modern dance composition are
also being taught.
Freshmen will register for these
courses from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
today and from 8:30 a.m. to noon
tomorrow in the fencing room at
Barbour Gymnasium. Those inter-
ested in electives can register from
8 a.m. to noon next Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday.

Compositions by four music
school students will be introduced
and discussed at a Composer's
Forum at 8:30 p.m. today in Audi-
torium A, Angell Hall.
The event will be presented in
conjunction with the Contem-
porary Music Festival, sponsored
by the University Station WUOM-
FM.
The forum will begin with Hen-
ry Onderdonk's "Suite for Wood-
wind Quintet." Onderdonk, a
graduate student, received his
Master of Music degree in Music
Literature in 1952 from the Uni-
versity.
The performers will be: Patricia
Jane Martin, flute; Patricia Jean
Stenberg, oboe; Virginia Catanese,
clarinet; Dorlene Knops, French

horn, and Eleanor Becker, bas-
soon.
Don-David Lusterman's "Sona-j
ta for Two Pianos" will be played'
by William Doppmann, piano, and
Lawson W. Jones, piano. A grad-
uate student, Lusterman received
his Bachelor of Music degree from
the University in 1954.
This will be followed by Fred
Coulter's "Songs from Ben Jon-
son," sung by Joan St. Denis Dudd,
soprano. She will be accompanied
at the piano by Grady Maurice
Hinson.
The concluding number will be
George Crumb's "String Quartet,"
played by Patricia Joy Ricks, vio-
lin; Jane Stoltz, violin: Jean
Honl, viola, and Camilla Heller,
cello.

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BOWLING CLUB - The Bowl-
ing Club's schedule is as follows:
Beginners-4:15 p.m. on Mondays
or Tuesdays;
Bowlers under 100-4:15 p.m. on
Mondays or 7:15 p.m. on Wednes-
days;
Bowlers over 100-7:15 p.m. on
Mondays or 4:15 p.m. on Wednes-
days. Alleys are in the basement
of the WAB.

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TENNIS-Women's State Singles
Champion June Stack and Lorraine
Jakobielski, a freshman, will play
a match at 4 p.m. today at Palm-
er Field.
CO-REC NIGHT-There will be
a Co-Rec. Night from 7 to 10:30
p.m. today at the IM Building.
SOPH SCANDALS-There will be
a mass floor show cast rehearsal of
Soph Scandals at 10 a.m. tomor-
row in the League.
FENCING CLUB-Miriam Mel-
chiori has been appointed the new
manager of the Fencing Club and
she will hold her first meeting at
5 p.m. Monday at the WAB.
VOLLEYBALL - The co-recrea-
tional volleyball tournament entry
blanks are to be turned in by Mon-
day to Room 15 in Barbour Gym.
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