The Rice Thresher (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1960 Page: 4 of 8
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FRIDAY, MARCH It, 19* ^
Rice Band Swings Irtfo
Busy Spring Schedule
Even though attendance at
some of the basketball games this
year was sparse, the spirit was
good. A lot of the credit in this
connection goes to Holmes Mc-
Neely's Rice Band. Most people
agree that the band performances
have shown a marked improve-
ment over past years.
With the basketball season
over, the band now swings into
a full schedule of spring activi-
ties. Mr. McNeely invites anyone
who would like to participate in
the band to feel free to come
down at any time to the band
room in the basement of the stu-
dent center. On Wednesday and
Friday the concert band re-
hearses; Tuesday is devoted to
ensembles; on Monday individual
practice takes place.
On Sunday, April S, at 4 p.m.
the band will present its annual
concert in Hamman Hall. This is
always one of the highlights of
the spring season. Overtures,
contemporary music, solos, and
ensembles will contribute to the
variety of the excellent pro-
Three Lits And
RC Have Formals
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Pledges have added their mem-
berships to the lits just in time
for the spring formals, which
are starting this week-end. Fri-
day night the OKLS will take
their dates to the Rams Club for
dancing preceded by a seated din-
ner. Theirs will be a semi-formal
The EBLS Formal is also set
for Friday night. Sagewood
Country Club will be the setting
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tor a steak dinner and dancing
'to Russell Jackson's six-piece
orchestra. Stags have been in-
vited for the dancing from 9
o'clock until midnight. Pastel
flowers will carry out the spring
CRLS and CLLS will have
breakfast at midnight rather than
a dinner before their formal Sat-
urday night. Albino Torres will
play for the dance, which will
be held from 8 until 12 o'clock
at Braeburn Country Club with
a Japanese theme. There will be
a program dance and no stags
have been invited. Jo Beth Schle-
eter is the CR's dance chairman.
New Rally Club Officers
New officers will be presented
at the Rally Club Formal Sat-
urday night at the Rams Club.
President Jim May, Vice Presi-
dent Jack Pietri, Secretary Walt-
er Moore and Treasurer Bill
Irwin will turn over their offices
respectively to Lou Waters, Ed
Luedtke, John Fowler, and Jack
Lowe. Dancing from 9 o'clock un-
til 1 o'clock will follow cocktails
and dinner. The Rally Club , tried
to get the Alief Lumber Yard^
Ball room for this affair, but it
was already booked.
The Knights of Columbus Hall
was decorated as a waterfront
Saturday night for the all-school
dance sponsored by the Freshman
Class. Dancing in front of Hans-
zen Fruit House, Moose Lodge,
and the Jones Hilton were Kathi
Bullock and Julian Green, Mary
Margaret Coit and Harley Walk-
er, and Mary F.ae Coulter and
Harry Reasoner. President Jack
Calfee joined the dancers with
his date Betty Jo Slaughter.
Plaques were presented at the
cast party to PALS "sweet-
hearts" Tom McKeown, Tom
Sessions, Chuck Berry and Roy
Reid, thanking them for their
help with the Burlesque and in-
viting them to the PALS Formal.
Diana Thomas and Jim Kitchell,
Kathleen Much and Reed Martin,
Clare Helman and John Sham*
blum danced to the combo which
played for the show and cele-
brated the success of "Nirvana."
The list of Cleveland Lovett
Literary Society pledges was
left out of the Thresher last
week by accident. They are:
Marilyn Bresky, Caroline
Broughton, Evelyn Ferguson,
Gail Anne Gale;
Jonnie Johnson, Margaret
Miller,,, Honey., Moore,, Pat
Walker, and Linda Williams.
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The Rice Thresher (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1960, newspaper, March 18, 1960; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth231143/m1/4/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rice University Woodson Research Center.