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ESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1951TT HE MICHIGAN DAILY

ZAUB a5'VIVA

Co=Recreational Program To Begin

A place where the elite meet
and exercise will be provided by
the Co-recreational program spon-
sored by WAA and I-M.
Every Friday night during the
colder months Co-recreation will
offer men and women the chance
to participate in popular sports
at the I-M building.
The program was started in
1930 and has enjoyed popularity
as a unique way to spend a week-
end night. Last year between 200
and 250 athletic-minded men and
women flocked to the local indoor
sports center.
The extensive program of sports
includes paddleball, volleyball,

gymnastics, badminton, squash
and swimming.
At present, co-recreation night
is open to all University students
and all of the sports are available
Baby Sitters
The Office of the Dean of
Women has announced that
they have a list of women stu-
dents who are available for
babysitting. Anyone interested
in contacting a coed for work
may call Mrs. Louise Hanson,
telephone 3-1511, extension 341.

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for unorganized participation. But
plans are now in the formation
stage for organized leagues, made
up of dorms, sororities and fra-
ternities.
Co-recreational sports nights of-
fer weekend activity for stags as
well as dates. Thus WAA and I-M
provide the informal atmosphere
of sports that enable students to
easily get to know one another.
Swimming has always been the
most popular sport at "Co-rec."
The pool is open from 7:30 until
10 p.m. and lifeguards, furnished
by the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, are on constant duty.
In the gymnastics room, the
trampoline, parallel bars and the
other paraphernalia are available,
and supervision by the gymnastics
team is provided for safety pur-
poses.
No special dress is required for
participation in any of the sports,
but for those who wish to don
shorts upon arrival at the build-
ing, separate locker rooms and
attendants are provided. Towels
are issued free.
Dance Planned
By Polonia Club
Any students from Poland, or
of Polish descent and those in-
terested in Polish culture are in-
vited to attend a square dance
sponsored by the Polonia Club at
7:30 p.m. today at the Interna-
tional Center.
A program of speakers, movies,
picnics and parties has oeen out-
lined by the group for the rest of
the semester. A weekly meeting
is held at 7:30 p.m. each Wednes-
day at the International Center.
President of the organization is
Ray Lewkowicz, vice president,
Steve Jaffe; recording secretary,
Ray Popp; corresponding secre-'
tary, Norma Feiler; and treasurer,
Tony Sosich.

College Satire
To Set Scene
For SophShow
"What is Soph Satire?" asked a
bewildered student recently when
approached by a Satire salesman
on the diagonal.
According to Justine Votypka,
co-chairman, Soph Satire, to be
presented Saturday night, is a mu-
sical show satirizing some phase.
of college life.
This year the satire, "Diagonally
Yours," depicts the choosing of a
college president-purely ficticious,
of course. College regents and re-
porters with the Daily on hand to
get the scoop-take active parts in
the final decision.
Behind the scenes the all sopho-
more show is directed by upper-
cOassmen committee chairmen,
while sophomores make up the cast
and the committees.
Some features of the show will
be a special modern dance number
performed by the composer, Bar-
bara Carse. The Charleston and a
Diag Dance will also hold the spot
light.
Soph Satire, the first musical
show of the semester, will be pre-
sented in Hill Auditorium. Bob El-
liott and his orchestra will pro-
vide the background music.
Tickets for the show are 50 cents
and will be sold on the diagonal, at
the Union and at the door the
night of the performance.

League Board of Representatives
will hold a meeting at 4:30 p.m.
today in the League.
The Board is composed of the
house presidents from each dormi-
tory, sorority and league house
and the League Council members.
Committees are n o w being
formed while a temporary com-
mittee has already been organized
to investigate the presentation of
a League open-house.
Today's business will include
nominations for the forthcoming
elections of board officers. A

nominating group has been form-
ed to act in the elections.
A speaker's committee which
will contact outside speakers to
appear at meetings and also will
organize talks on the functions of
the Board of Representatives has
been assembled.
Cathy Sotir, League 'president,
urges that attendance and parti-
cipation in the weekly meetings is
of importance because the mem-
bers serve as representatives of
the entire group of women atu.
dents on campus.

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LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES:
Board To Select Officers

TUG WEEK KICK-OFF - Tug week officially got under way
yesterday noon when a group of ferocious freshmen and seething
sophomores posted their challenges on the Diagonal. Authorities
have issued the statement that it is "strictly against rules and
poor sportsmanship to kidnap any freshman or sophomore this
week." There is a display on Tug Week background and history
in the basement of the Union.
Class Rivalry To Flare Anew
Durina Tug Week Activities

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Bridge enthusiasts will have a
chance to practice their skill in
the first Union all campus bridge
tournament to be held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the small ball-
room of the Union.
Entrance fee for the tourna-
ment is one dollar and contest-
ants are requested to sign up be-
fore the tourney in the Vnion
Student Offices.
This year's contest is open to
both coeds and men students and
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Rallies
Tug Week's first main events
will be the rallies which will start
at 7:30 Friday night.
Freshmen will meet on the steps
of Hill Auditorium and sopho-
mores on the steps of the Library.
Members of both classes are urged
to turn out and cheer for their
teams.
Both rallies will end up at the
Union where the Student Legisla-
ture and Union are co-sponsoring
a casual dance. Clair Shepherd's
band will play from 9 p.m. to mid-
night. During intermission there
will be entertainment from Soph
Satire.
The Figi and Chicago House
bands are to lead two separate
parades. One will start at the wo-
men's dormitories and the other at
the men's dormitories at 1:00 p.m.,
meet on the Mall and then march
to the Huron River under police
escort.
The tug-o-war is scheduled to
begin at 1:30 p.m. Committee
chairman is Bill Allen, assisted by
Lloyd Yeo. Referees for the tug
will be members of the M Club.
Coffee Hours
To Start Today
Students and faculty members
will be able to meet informally in
the first in a series of student-
faculty coffee hours to be held at
4 p.m. today in the Terrace Room
of the Union.
The coffee hours are sponsored
jointly by the Union, Assembly As-
sociation and Panhellenic Associa-
tion,
This week's coffee hour will
honor the Political Science De-
partment in particular, but Jane
Barker, chairman of the coffee
hours, stresses the fact that all
students and faculty members are
invited.
Student chairmen for the cof-
fee hours include Charles Webb
from the Union, Renee Levy from
Assembly and Jane Barker of Pan-
hellenic.

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Dance
The Union Ballroom will be the
scene of the first Tug Week dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Friday.
It is one of several specialty
dances held at the Union each
semester, and wile be co-sponsored
by the Union and Student Legis-
lature.
Since it will follow the separate
rallies for freshmen and sopho-
mores, casual dress will be appro-
priate.
Intermission entertainment will
consist of a sneak preview of Soph
Satire, one of the other main fea-
tures of Tug Week.
Tickets are on sale on the diag-
onal and in front of the Union
daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. They
also will be sold at the door.
League Reveals
Petition Results
Results from the recent petition-
ing for League positions were an-
nounced today by the Interviewing
Committee.
The following juniors were cho-
sen: Kathleen McKinney, assistant
costumes; Beverly Arble, posters;
Nancy Nelson, dance; and Faith
Kruger, assistant stage manager
for JGP.
The list continues with Janet
Gast and Connie Stiller as junior
dance captains and Jean Beeman
as junior assistant for President's
Teas.
Sophomore chairmen chosen for
Soph Cab were Audrey Mac Intyre,
assistant dance and Mary Hodges,
assistant special booths. Sopho-
more dance captains were Barbara
Mier,, Barbara Mattison and Su-
sanne Smith.
Dean To Talk .
Michigan Crib, Pre-Law Society,
will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. to-
night at the Michigan League.
Dean Neef of Wayne University
Law School who is also Chairmian
of the State Bar Legal Education
Committee will be the featured
speaker of the evening.
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