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Little Club Opens Tonight at League

AIM To Sponsor
Weekly Dances
Students who are not 21 have
a chance to enjoy all the advant-
ages of a nightclub at the reopen-
ing dance of the "Little Club" to
be held from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
tonight on the second floor of the
Sponsored by the Association of
Independent Men, the "Little
Club" employs an atmosphere like
that of many big town nightclubs.
TABLES COVERED with check-
ered tablecloths topped by whiskey
bottle candle holders will surround
the dance floor.
Bob Leopold's combo will pro-
vide music for dancing and will
also present novelty numbers
during the intermission.
Another feature of the evening's
entertainment will be group sing-
ing of many of the favorite college
IN BETWEEN dances couples
may visit with their friends at
surrounding tables or replenish
the energy spent in dancing at the
refreshment bar to be set up by
the members of the club.
The price of admission will be
$1 for couples spending the en-
tire evening at the club and 74
cents for those dropping in aft-
er 10:30 p.m.
"Little Club" was opened last
year as a part of AIM's social pro-
gram and to provide a service for
both affiliated and independent

Hobgoblins, ghosts, witches, assorted sizes and varieties of pump-
kins, midsemesters and even the left-over bits of a homecoming dis-
play will decorate the various houses on campus this weekend for
their parties.
Jordan coeds will fight their way out from under piles of note-
books, pencils and long over-due assignments to attend their record
dance entitled "Homework Hangover" tonight.
Bluebooks, books, caricatures of professors and other unpleasant
reminders of approaching midsemesters will decorate the ballroom as
the couples dance away their homework blues.
Calls of grand right and left and swing your partner will ring out
at Couzens Hall tonight at their fall square dance. Autumn and
Halloween decorations will set the scene for the dance.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phit
bined Halloween dance tonight at
blue jeans and dance to the music
A musical theme will be used
informal record dance tonight. A
the evening's entertainment. The

Gamma Delta will present a com-
the SAE house. Couples will don
of a combo.
by the Alpha Xi Delta's at their
musical skit is planned to feature
Kappa Alpha Theta's also plan a

Union To Hold
Game 'Party'
For Listeners
Students forced to stay at the
University this weekend due to
midsemesters and other pressing
duties can still root for the foot-
ball team at the Union listening
party to be held at 1:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Union.
Featured as the afternoon's en-
tertainment will be record dancing
to be held before and after the
game as well as during half time.
The football game will be tele-
vised over a Lansing station and
Union officials state that they
hope to be able to pick up the
program on the Union television
In case the channel is too weak,
a large gridiron drawn on the
blackboard will provide an out-
line on which students can watch
the progress of the game.
The plays will be chalked up on
the blackboard by a football ex-
pert so as to provide as close a
substitute to television as pos-
The Unign invited all coeds on
campus to attend the second in
away-game festivities.
The entire afternoon's enter-
tainment will be offered free of
The regular Union dance will
take place from 9 p.m. to 12 mid-
night Saturday in the Union Ball-
Clare Shephard and his band
will provide the music for the
regular Union dance.

Johnny Harberd and his or-
chestra will provide the music for
the annual coed-bid League Fall
Dance to be held from 9 p.m. to
midnight tomorrow night in the
League Ballroom.
An Oriental theme, "One Night
in a 1000," will be carried out by
the decorations. An Arabian genie
will guard the entrance to the ball-
room. The stage from which the
band will play will be partially en-
closed by a star bedecked curtain.
MURALS WILL add to the color
and mood by depicting various
scenes from the "Arabian Nights."
Special guests of the League
Social Committee which spon-
sors the dance, will be the
League Executive Council and
the Union Council. These groups
previously met at an annual
The dance programs will be cov-
ered in red cellophane with a
replica of an Arabian lamp in the
ority house which sells the most
tickets in proportion to the num-
ber of women living in the house,
the central committee will award
a $10 and a $5 gift certificate.
Women may purchase tickets
for the dance at the League,
Union or residence halls.
The fall dance in past years
was formal but for the second
year, informality will be stressed
this fall.
Last year's dance also featured

Annual Coed-Bid Fall Dance
To Be Held in League Tonight

Johnny Harberd's orchestra. A
Halloween theme was carried out
with ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, bats
and witches used in the decorating
Play, Classes
Will Be Held
Registration for play and dance
classes for children, ages from
four to 12, will take place at 9 axn.
Saturday in Barbour Gymnasium.
These classes, sponsored by the
Department of Physical Education
for Women, will be held on seven
consecutive Saturdays, beginning
this Saturday and ending Decem-
ber 14th.
Six to eight years old are sche-
duled from 9:30 to 10 a.m. for
games and self testing activities
and from 10 to 10:30 a.m. for
The nine to 12 age group will
meet from 9:30 to 10 a.m. for
rhythms and from 10 to 10:30 a.m.
for games and self testing activi-
Pre-school children, from ages
four to six, are scheduled from
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. for rhythmic
activities, story telling and quilt
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

CAMPUS CLUB-Pat Henry and Arnold Miller enjoy the music
of Curt Sheffield and the atmosphere of the "Little Club." This
campus "nightspot" will reopen at 8:30 tonight on the second
floor of the League.
WA A Sponsors Calendar Sale

Yellow and Blue University of
Michigan calendars for 1952 are
now being sold on campus.

When do you get too old
to play with dolls?
We're talking to the girls, of course,
because the boys never get too old!
You'll love our Spanish dolls. Hang a gorgeous ^V
mantilla-ed creature on the wall-set a dark eyed
beauty on the dining table when you have a c
buffet supper--or keep a pink and white honey O
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The Board of the Women's Ath-
letic Association is sponsoring the
sale of these calendars, which are
published by the Alumnae Council.
Representatives will make a call
to each house, showing the calen-
dars, which bear the picture of
Burton Tower on the cover. Or-
ders will be taken at this time.
The booklet calendars, which
are approximately 4 by 6 inches,
contain many familiars campus
scenes as well as a space large
enough to accomodate daily ap-
Scenes in the calendar include
Alumni Memorial Hall, Engineer-
ing Arch, Hill Auditorium, Angell
Hall, the President's Home, Uni-
versity Hospital, Administration
Building and the Michigan League
and Union.
Thereare also pictures taken
of the drum major at a football
game, the last of old University
Hall and Commencement exer-

record dance at their house tonight.
A wide variety of parties are planned by other houses for to-
morrow night to provide entertainment for the students who couldn't
go to the Illinois game.
Taylor House men will play the roles of "Peter, Peter Pumpkin
Eater" as they try to captivate their dates with pumpkin shells at
their Pumpkin Party.
All sizes and shapes of pumpkins will form the decorations, while
record dancing will provide the entertainment.
Still clinging to memories of Homecoming weekend, Anderson
House men have salvaged bits of their Homecoming display to be used
as decorations at their record dance.
Alpha Chi Sigma's, trying to forget these trying times of infla-
tion will go back to the day's of the depression during their Hard
Time's party. Couples will play games and dance to records.
November Nocturne is the theme of Kleinstueck's formal dance
held in conjunction with Allen Rumsey House. Bob Elliott's orchestra
will provide the music for couples to waltz through scenes depicting
Fall and Winter.
* * * *
Adams House men and their dates will go "Halfway to Heaven"
via the modern transportation of rocket ships and jets. Man Ander-
son's orchestra will give out with the "heavenly" music.
* * * *
Halloween still lingers around the campus as several houses plan
to keep the witches and ghosts around long enough to provide enter-
tainment for their parties.
Couples attending the Alpha Omega Halloween party will enter
the house through the mouth of a huge skull. The rooms of the house
will be divided into erie scenes which are calculated to turn viewers'
hair white.
* * * *
The houses of the Inter-Cooperative Council have planned a Hal-
loween get-together at the Nakamura House. The ICC Band will
play for the party.
Corn stalks will adorn the Theta Delta Chi house for their Hal-
loween jean party and erie costumes will be the evening's attire at
the Beta Theta Pi House.
Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta Tau Delta have all
planned informal record dances.
* * * *
Dental Hygenists will be entertained by Psi Omega men tomor-
row afternoon at a listening party.
* * * *
Delta Chi rivalry between the Michigan State and University
chapters will set the scene for their annual classic football game.
After the game the Delta Chi's will hold an open house to honor their
state brothers.

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"Hideous and comical" faces
surrounded the dinner tables at
Martha Cook residence last night
when the new residents at the dor-
mitory gave a Halloween party
for the more seasoned residents.
Orange tapers lit the dining hall
as the women ate dinner by can-
dlelight. Orange sherbet and lic-
orice-orange gum-drops carried
out the Halloween color scheme.
Entertainment consisted of two
Halloween group songs done in
costume and a solo by Roni Ryria
who was draped in black robes and

hat singing, "Be-witched, Be-
draggled, and Be-deviled."
A mask contest, judged by Mrs.
Diekema, house mother, was won
by Rosemary Backman with her
mask representing the "..ew Re-
public" which was the subject of
a heated debate in the dorm not
long ago.
Chairman of the party was
Camilla Duncan, while Alberta
Cohrt was head of the entertain-
ment committee.

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Adams House
To Give Dance
West Quad men and their dates
wil travel "Halfway to Heaven" at
the Adams House informal dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to 12 mid-
night on Saturday.
Man Anderson's orchestra will
provide the music to carry the
couples on their trip into the out-
er space.
Dance chairmen emphasize the
fact that all members of West
Quad are invited to attend the
Refreshments will be served.
Hililei To Sponsor
Roast Tomorrow
Couples attending the Hillel
sponsored weiner roast at the is-
land tomorrow night will meet at
Lane Hall at 8:15 to go over as
a group.
Members of Hillel and non-
members may sign up to attend
the outdoor roast till 2 p.m. to-
morrow afternoon in Lane Hall.
Tickets for the picnic are on sale
on the diagonal and in the Admin-
istration Building.
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