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'League Dance To Take Place
Of Traditonal Girl-Bid Formal
Sporting near - empty pockets and ghosts will give a complete
after a weekend of Homecoming Halloween atmosphere to the
festivities, the campus male popu- dance.

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lation will probably welcome the
girl-bid League dance which will
be held from 9 to midnight Satur-
day in the ballroom.
Taking the place of the usual
League fall formal, this year's
dance will be an informal dress
event.
Two gift certificates are being
presented by Ann Arbor mer-
chants to the dormitory and small
house or sorority having the larg-
est participation at the dance.
Cheery jack o'lanterns, witches
on brooms and numerous goblins

Musical melodies will be sup-
plied by Johnny Harberd and his
orchestra who will also entertain
the jive fans with some "hot"
numbers during intermission.
Tickets for the dance are being
sold in women's residences and
the League.
In charge of preparations for
the dance are general chairmen,
Mary Watt and Sally Hughes;
programs, Pam Price; publicity,
Nancy Ericke; tickets, Janice Hu-
lett, decorations, Shirley Piquette;
patrons, Isabelle Rash.

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FORTNITE FROLICS - Committee members in charge of Assembly's FoGrtnite pose with publicity
posters and balloons. "The Eyes Have It,? which is the title of this year's Fortnite, will be held at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in Pattengill Auditorium. All inde pendent women's residences will enter into compe-
tition by presenting skits, written and directed by members of the houses. The skits will be judged
according to originality and presentation and awards will be given to those residences which have
been outstanding in the field of activities or of scholarship. Although the affair is sponsored and
produced by independent women, Martha Tompkins and Helen Yeager, co-chairmen of Fortnife
have invited the entire campus to attend.

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WAA NOTES
SPEEDBALL CLUB - Members WEDNESDAY AT 5:10 p.m.-
will meet and choose teams at 5 Alpha Phi I vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi
p.m. tomorrow at Palmer Field. I; Pi Beta Phi III vs. Alpha Zeta
They should be dressed to play. If Delta III; at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell
it rains, rules be studied. XI vs. Chi Omega II; Ann Arbor
FF A CGirls I vs. Hinsdale House.
OFFICIALS CLUB - Members* * *
are to come equipped with volley- THURSDAY AT 5:10 P.M.-
ball rule books to the meeting at Hollis House I vs. Barbour II;
5 p.m. tomorrow at the WAB. Delta Gamma I vs. Zeta Tau Al-
Rules will be studied. pha I; at 7:15 p.m.-1811 Washte-
* naw vs. Gamma Phi Beta III; Al-
BOWLING CLUB-Team bowl- pha Kappa vs Pi Beta Phi II.
ing will begin tomorrow and con- All cancellations must be made
tinue through Thursday at the by noon Monday at Barbour Gym.
WAB. The team wishing to cancel the
* * *game must call the team which
CAMP COUNSELOR'S CLUB- they are scheduled to play before
There is a picnic for all women the cancellation is made. If pos-
interested in joining the camp sible the two teams should ar-
counselors' club. Coeds are asked range for an 8 p.m. game.
to bring their own food. Hot dog
forks. and relishes will be fur-
nished. Women Voters
Members will meet at 5 p.m.
Tuesday in front of the WAB or
at 5:30 p.m. at the Island.3f fltO iS
* * *
COACHES CLUB - More tech-
niques and plays used in volleyball The November electfons this
will be discussed at the meeting at year will tell the story of whether
5 p.m. Wednesday at the WAB. politics is really a man's world.
« *. *Senator Margaret Chase Smith
ANNUAL WAA volleyball tour- points out three political weak-
nament enters its fourth week of nesses which work against women.
play. First is the opposition of men to
The schedule for the week is women in public office. Second is
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Cheever II women's indifference to public life
vs. Pi Beta Phi I; Mosher V vs. Al- because of their traditional roles
pha Delta Pi I; at 7:15 p.m.- Beal of homemakers. Third is lack of
House vs. Angell House; Klein- realization of their latent power.
strueck vs. Jordan III. This year the Democrats are
* * * running nine women for House
TUESDAY AT 5:10 P.M.-Ho- seats and one woman for the Sen-
lis House II vs. Alpha Chi Omega ate. The Republicans have nom-
II; Alpha Chi Omega I vs. Kap- inated eight women Representa-
pa Delta I; at 7:15 p.m. - New- tives and alreaedy have one wom-
berry 11v s. Sigma Delta Tau I; an Senator. The Progressive par-
Stockwell VII vs. Alpha Delta Pi ty is running one woman for
II; at 8 p.m.-Chi Omega I vs. Senator and fifteen women for the
Delta Zeta II. House.
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