Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 21, 1956 - Image 5

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1956-10-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SU"NI)AY, OCTOBER, 21,1956


pAr.r. iv

SUNDAY, CTOBER 2, 1956 TE M~c~rT11111nA .VAfU 'W

R U%.AAZI wa'r

SWING-"Count" Basic and his Orchestra will provide the
rhythm at Homecoming Dance to be held Saturday, Oct. 27.
'Count' Basie Ill Play
At Homecoming Dance

Swim Meet
Date Slated
Students To Compete
In Individual Relays,
Breast Stroke, Crawl
Coeds who have qualified for the
Inter-dormitory swimming meet to
be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday have
been announced by the Women's
Athletic Association.
These coeds were the six fastest
qualifiers in each of the events of
the preliminary swimming meets
held Oct. 16 and Oct. 18.
Coeds who will be competing in
the 25-yard freestyle, in the order
of their qualifying, are Sally Shaw-
aker, Stockwell; Penny Bowman
Palmer; Ann Paterson, Newberry;
Judy Reynolds, Gamma Phi Beta;
Marie Joynt, Angell and Sally
Simon, Alpha Phi.
Back Crawl Swim
Swimming the 25 yard back
crawl will be Penny Tomicic, New-
berry; Shirley Abbott, Alpha Phi;
Judy Reynolds, Gamma Phi Beta;
Phyllis Abbott, Alpha Phi; Sally
Eckwall, Alpha Omicron Pi and
Sue Shipp, Cook.
Claire Crawford, Newberry;
Nancy Slawson, Mosher; Sally
Eckwall, Alpha Omicron Pi; Marge
Platner, Newberry; Blanche Muel-
ler, Cook, and Alice Basford, An-
gell were the qualifiers for the 25
yard butterfly breast stroke.
Others competing in the swim-
ming meet in the 50 yard freestyle
event , will be Sally Shawaker,
Stockwell; Judy Lahde, Cook;
Blanche Mueller, Cook; Jill Pen-
dexter, Newberry; Marie Joynt,
Angell and Sue Shipp, Cook.
Participants of Finals
Preliminaries were not held for4
the 50 yard orthodox breast stroke,
50 yard back crawl, 75 yard indi-
vidual medley, 75 yard medley re-
lay and the 100 yard relay. Coeds
who entered these events were
ai-tomatically participants of the

calls for the Casual Clothes o
course found in COLLINS' Lowe
Level Sport Shop.

WAANames Swimming Groups' Newcomers, Officers
New members of Michifish andtc
Michif ins have been announced by fish are Jane Prindeville as vice- Joynt, Marcia Pierce, Trudy Mc- Rutherford, Sally Backus and Lin- nesdays. Michifins will meet for
the Women's Athletic Association. president, Barb Brien as secretary Kewen, Nancy Chalut, Carol Pratz da Gallagher. business meetings at 7:45 p.m. and
Heading the list of new members and treasurer and Carole Cook, and Muriel Shepherd. Jeannie: More Michifins they will swim from 8:20 to 9:15
for the senior organization are Sue librarian. Pierrot, Sue Muir, Penny Palmer, Included in the list of new Mich- p.m. on Wednesdays.
Brien, Sue Oehler, Marie Meyer, Coeds who were successful for Mary Johns, Ann Bueher and Bar- ifins are Donna Crook, Jane Michifins members will have an
Taya de Martelly and Ann McDon- the junior group include Karen bara Stashat are also new Michi- Thoma, Gay Gerber, Eleanor Gold- opportunity to tryout for the
ald. Henke, Barbara Rosbe, Linda fins. berg, Beverly Stein, Jean Wourst senior group in December. Try-
Others who qualified for the Kahn, Lois Goldberg, Sue Green- Among the new junior synchro- and Pat Coats. outs for those who did not make
group include Jill Pendexter, Alice hauff and Dorthory Schaffner. nized swimmers are Gail Zielke, Concluding the new members the junior organization. or Michi-
Bego, Martha Deboer, Jean Weber Jane Cooper, Charlotte Neuman, Joy Kersheske, Julie Den Bleyker, are Paddy Cooper, Marcia Lamo- fish will be able to try again at
and Ruth Mowers. Concluding the Margot Harris, Teddy McCorkle Barbara Hansen, Adele Toepfer, reaux, Molly Maxwell, Karleen this time.
new members are Sue Walker, and Judy Savage are among the Ann Shantz and Julie Haga. Miller, Kay Anderson, Carol
Mary Linda Cook, Sandy Lambert new members. Sara Minkus, Marion Wilson, Simpson and Julie Vanloon. There will be a Soph Show
and Shirley Eckwall. List Continues Marge Platner, Delight Lewis, and Judy Shagrin, president of Mich- rehearsal for the entire east
Newly Elected Officers Continuing, the new members Kay Sheren are also new members. fish, says that the new members and chorus at 7 p.m. tonight in
Newly elected officers of Michi- include Peggy Effinger, Marie Still others are - Lois Lyons, Pat of the senior organization will the League.
Gillooly, Sheila Guifke, Mary meet from 7:15 to 8:20 p.m. Wed-

This year's Homecoming Dance
will feature 'Count' Basie and his
Basie was born in the town of
Red Bank, New Jersey. He re-
ceived his first piano lessons from
his mother and was pounding the
piano at the age of five.
While still in his teens, Basie
came to the midwest to seek his
fame and fortune as a musician,
He landed his first professional
job in 1929 as pianist and arranger
with Walter Page's Blue Devils.
Went on Tour
He went on tour with Benny
Moten's band in Kansas City, tak-
ing the band over when Moten died
in 1936. Walter Page, who gave
Basie his first job, now plays
when his fingers struck a piano
string bass in the Count's band.
Known now as the famous
"Jump King of Swing," Basie has
quite a rhythm section. With Gus
Johnson at the drums, Freddie
Greene on the guitar and the
Count at the piano, the Basie rhy-
thm section has been described by
music critics as "the finest in the
history of music."
Basie gained his title of "Count"
while in Chicago. Without fare for
a trip back home to Red Bank he
filled in at a nickel movie house
as a piano player. The manner in
which Basie conducted himself
when his fingers struck a piano
keyboard earnea him his title of
"Count" from the house manager.
He has kept this title ever since.
Basie is currently occypying his
spare time in writing a history of
jazz, boogie woogie and blues. Long

regarded as one of the foremost
exponents and stylists of these
types of music, he can write from
experience, dating back to the days
when he played piano in company
with some of America's musical
He is also seriously considering
the idea of presenting a musical
review based on the subject of
these writings. Two film studios
already have expressed interestin
the screen rights to the Basie
Basie has played at leading dance
spots around the country leaving
a trail of broken attendance and
box office records. He is now
ranked among the nation's top ten
bands and when he plays at Home-
coming Dance Saturday, Oct. 27,
students are in for an evening of
musical entertainment.


Those wonderful lamb's wool or
cashmere sweaters with skirts to
match or contrast.
Storm coats, all colors and styles
--and all the accessories to com-
plement you.
Dressy wools for after the game
All at prices that fit your budget.

^n \\ e
. _ q , . . ...
r. - ... .
s -
f :.::
i:y: i
:: 'r
y$ ,
~' 3'?.
. ' , t }r
s '},.
. ; q .,::::
.r .:
i? ..

/ ' . ', .. a
i Y: rvwu;
t ' .' ., i s "
J '~4

Glee Club Announces New Members


New members of the University
Men's Glee Club have been an-
Charles Clauser, Clark De Jonge,
Peter A. Patterson, Edward De-
Vries, Don Dykman, John Wallach,
Joseph H. Schwarz, Thomas
Sweeny and Jerry Madden are new
bass members of the organization.
New baritones are Scott Herrick,
C. Richard Borgeson, Ronald
Broome, Michael F. Melcher, Ron-
ald J. Houseman and Stanislaus
Maj ewski.
John Wargelin, James Steven-
son, Robert Curtis, Edwin F. Sas-

aki, Peter W. Smith, Joon Min
Kim, Robert J. Chitester and
Robert P. Larkins are second ten-
In the first tenor section are
Joseph Michael Zawadski, Charles
Adams, Joel Boyden, Howard
Leavenworth, Bernard Tucker, Don
Scoles, John MacKay, Benjamin
Boersma, Robert Freed, Jim Ste-
phen and Bill Steinmeyer.
- The Glee Club is presently pre-
paring for the Fifth Annual Com-
bined Concert with the University
of Illinois Glee Club at $:30 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 10.






Store Hours: 9:30-5:30
Monday thru Saturday


donve in Leat


4o$eCta 4


A 4C


ql Prticatan] d(ion<
HERE IT IS.... Your favorite fashion masterfully
tailored . . . Its easy good looks go everywhere,
dressed up or down to your choosing . . . ILLUS-
TRATED: (Left) Lanella stripe (washable 50% wool,
50% cotton) at $29.95. (Right) Dacron/wool at
$24.95 . . . with monogram $29.95. Also available
in dark cotton stripes, pure silk, washable wool

/4 tA ยง a C

Something New in the Rain:
Hood 'n' Collar
Oilskin Slicker
Sensational new oilskin slickers sheltered by an adjustable black
corduroy hood (Cravenette* processed) which folds into a flat-
tering flat collar. Slickers have set in yokes, solid brass buckle
fasteners or snaps, large patch pockets. Guaranteed 100% water-
proof. In bright red or creamy beige. Sizes 8 to 16.

Shortee Slicker* ....* 9.95

Full Length Slicker, 12.95

Wonderful Wedge Shape Pillows
For Reading in Bed, Studying
Wedge - shaped kapok - filled
lounge pillows prop you up for in-
bed reading, eating, for TV view-


jersey, imported wool flannel, lightweight


ing . . . ideal for college dorm.
Covers are printed patterns in a
wide variety of colors. Solid col-
.. ors . . . red, aqua, brown, beige,
b M .
<I?. ~ ('Wkcr Trncc PillnwG_ KnkFilla

stripes. Junior and Misses sizes.



I I .. .I


Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan