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THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 4, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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West Point Cadets

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COEDS SCRIMMAGE-Men are not the only ones who can play hockey, for the Women's Athletic
Association sponsors a women's Field Hockey Club. Any coeds interested in joining the club may do
so at the organizational meeting to be held at 5:10 p.m. today in the Women's Athletic Building.
'U' Field Hockey Club Will Hold
Annual Org-anizational Meetin

Stripes, Plaids, Pleats
Will Hallmark Scene
Of Autumn Fashions
By BEATA JORGENSON t
For the man on campus, tradi-
tional stripes and plaids, box pleats
and back-straps are hallmarks oft
Ivy League sportswear.1
As masculine as a barber pole,1
stripes are abundant in sportst
shirts. Fabric belts come in an ar-
ray of stripes; sports coats linings
are enlivened by stripes and in
neckwear there's a bumper crop of
horizontal as well as 'diagonal-
striped "repps."
Buttons and pleats adorning the
behinds of button-down collared
sports shirts, along with back-
strap decorated caps and --lacks
spell styling authentic to the nat-
ural shoulder brigade.
Spicy Variety
The fore and aft button shirts
come in an array of plaids and
stripes. The convential, medium-
long point collars as well as the
short, wide-spread collars are feat-
ured.
Washability is assured whether
the shirt be a patterned or solid
color broadcloth in long or short
sleeves.
The "bulky look" in knitwear is
the preferred style for campus and
active sports this season. All types
of ski-type sweaters, the louder
the better, will be seen. Both the
button front and the long packet
pullovers are considered equally
genuine by the Ivy Leaguers.
Slacks in Style
Complementary pleatless, back-
strap slacks come in polished cot-
ton, lightweight corduroy, flannel
or worsted wear.
To complete the outfit, the
jaunty caps carry matching fabric
or leather back-straps and a short 1
visor. Plain solid color poplins or
cotton complete with the popular
plaids, stripes and leather trimmed
corduroys.
Be Featured
izz Concert

Cadets from the United States
military academy at West Point Alpha Chi Omega and Hender-
are to be honored Saturday, Oct. son have invited the cadets to din-
13, all over campus. ner as well as to their after-game
Betsey Barbour, Geddes House, mixer.
Jordan Hall, Helen Newberry, The Fletcher Hall coeds have
Prescott and Stockwell are plan- a whole company assigned to them
ning open houses in their lounges f he dany wih ti they
and have extended an invitation for their dance with which they
to any cadets who wish to come. are honoring the cadets.
Open houses for the cadets are Carol Sparkie of the League and
also being held by several sorori- Mr. Maurice Rinkel of the Student
ties. Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Organizations office are handling
Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha these functions. Arrangements
Phi, Kappa Delta and Sigma Del- were made through Lt. Colonel
ta Tau are those planning to wel- Lewis, Special Service Officer at
come the West Pointers. West Point.
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By PAT NORTON C
When one hears of hockey he
immediately thinks of the Univer-
sity championship ice hockey
team, but there is another type of
hockey played here - field hockey.
Differing from ice hockey, field
hockey will get under way at 5:10
p.m. today at the Women's Ath-
letic Building with the annual or-
ganizational meeting of the wo-
men's Field Hockey Club.
Main item on the agenda will be
the deciding of a regular practice
time. "We hope to practice twice
a week for an hour or hour and a
half, or else once a week for a
longer period of time," Jane Abes-
} house, club manager said.
Other Items on Agenda
Deciding who will be in charge
of equipment and who will take
care of the dues will also be taken
care of today. Miss Abeshouse says
that the dues are used for refresh-
ments served between the halves
and for post game teas which are
given for the visiting team.
Tentative schedule for the coin-
ing schedule starts off with try-
outs tomorrow to see if coeds know
the basic skills of the game. Miss
Abeshouse suggested that coeds in-
terested in joining the club should
know the procedure for driving for
a goal, stopping, dribbling, dodge
and tackle.
"You don't have to be an expert,
just know the game. We will prac-
tice to improve but will not be able
to teach coeds," Miss Abeshouse
said.
Annual Faculty Game
Beginning Friday, Oct. 12 the
club officially opens its season
with their annual game against
the faculty of the Women's Physi-
cal Education Department.
The club's second game of the
season is scheduled for Friday,
Oct. 19 with Albion College, with
the third game to be played
against Bowling Green University,

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from Bowling Green, Ohio on
Friday, Oct. 26.1
Going into the month of No-z
vember, the club will play thet
hockey club from Eastern Michi-
gan College, formerly Michigan
State Normal College. This game
is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 2.
Rivals Will Meet
Next and last game of the sea-1
son is with rivals of this campus,t
Michigan State University. i

"On Friday, Nov. 16," Miss Abes-
house added, "We will hold a sum-
mary night and discuss our ac-
tivities for the season. We will
also play an intra-club game."
All games are here this year
and will be played at Palmer Field.
"We hope to have enough for
two teams," Miss Abeshouse said.
She added that these teams would
be decided on the basis of atten-
dance at practice, the coeds' abil-
ity, enthusiasm and team work.

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By ROSE PERLBERG
Arriving in Ann Arbor to pre-
sent a concert at 9:15 p.m. tomor-,
row in Hill Auditorium, Tex Ben-
eke brings some 20 years of ex-
perience in the professional musical
world.j
The saxophonist, who hails from
Fort Worth, Texas, has been play-
ing constantly since his first im-
portant job with Ben Young at the
1936 Texas Centennial.
"Tex" Beneke was so dubbed by
Glen Miller when he came up from
Texas in 1938 to join the rising
Miller organization in New York.
The nickname which has stuck
ever since takes the place of his
original, Gordon Lee.
New Talent Discovered
Several months after Beneke's
affiliation with the Miller group,
Miller discovered that his saxo-
phone player also had talents in{
the vocal field.
The story goes that Beneke used
to drive Miller's car during the
band's tours and sing to keep him-
self awake at the wheel.
Miller's musical mind soon cre-
ated an arrangement featuring
Beneke as vocalist and audience
response made it possible for the
young singer to claim title to the
twin billing of saxophonist and
vocalist.
Makes Vocal Recordings
Since then singer Beneke has
made recordings with national
companies. When Miller enlisted in
the Army, Beneke toured the
United States with another group.
Later he enlisted in the Navy

friends thought that carrying on
the band would be a fitting tri-
bute to their former leader. With
Beneke at the helm, the group met
with "phenomenal success, ac-
cepted not only in lieu of Miller's
band, but also as one of the top
orchestras in the business."

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The leader-saxophonist brings
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In addition to the instrumental-
( ;ists, he offers vocal entertainment
by singer Nancy Drew and comic
relief in the person of comedian
Bobby Sherman, an entertainer
who has recently appeared in Chi-
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Tickets to the concert may be
where he was put in charge of purchased from 1 to 5 p.m. today
dance bands, auditioning and put- and tomorrow at Window C of the
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Members are requested to at-
tend.

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