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Positions on Central Commmittee
For Fort night Open to Women



Assembly Association, the or-
ganization that represents ,inde-
pendent women on campus, has
announced that three positions
are open on the central committee
for the annual presentation, Fort-
night, which will be held No-
vember 8.
Interviews for the posts will be
held Wednesday, October 3, from
4 to 5 p.m.
Due to lack of time, women in-
terested in these positions, two on
the publicity committee and the
other on the decorations commit-
tee, will not have to petition as
usual, but merely sign up for an
interview in the League Under-
graduate Office.
Fortnight, which its name im-
plies, originally took place over
a period of two weeks. Three
separate ceremonies occurred dur-
ing the 14 days. These included
recognition night, installation of
house presidents and the climax
of all events, the Fortnight skits.
On recognition night, inde-

pendent women who had shown
themselves outstanding in schol-
arship or extra-curricular activi-
ties were honored. Residence halls
having the greatest coed partici-
pation in activities and the best
over-all scholastic averages also
received awards.
Fortnight now combines the
three events into one evening of
entertainment centering around
the three minute skits.
The skits are then judged ac-
cording to originality, effective-
ness of presentation, clarity, and
audience response, and the win-
ning group is given an award.
One of the outstanding attrac-
tions of the evening is the pre-
sentation of a skit by the house
Assembly- Fortnight is the time
when the past performance of in-
dependent women is honored and

the future is ushered
installation of house
and judging of skits.

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BEFORE AND AFTER-There may be a battle on the football
field, but the silhouetted dancers in the background show that
only friendship will prevail between Michigan State and Uni-
versity students at the "Golden Rule Ball" on Saturday night.
* * * *
Football Game To Be Forgotten
At 'Golden Rule Ball' at Union




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Students from the University
and Michigan State will bury the
hatchet and dance together at the
Union sponsored "Golden Rule
Ball" to be presented from 9:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m. tomorrow night
in the Union ballroom.
Clare Shepard's band, featuring
a woman vocalist, will play in the
main ballroom both tomorrow
night and tonight when a pep
rally dance will be held in the
ballroom from 9 to midnight.
FOR COUPLES desiring more
intimate music tomorrow night,
Bill Layton's combo will provide
music on the third floor of the
Union. Layton was featured as
band leader at the Union from '45
to '47.
Frank Tinker, Union band
leader from '47 to '51, will re-
turn to the campus to become
a member of Layton's combo.
Blankets and pennants from
both Michigan State and the Uni-
versity will decorate the ballroom.
EACH COUPLE will receive a
program designed after the back
drop and inscribed with a minia-
ture golden rule on the cover.
Highlighting the intermission
activities at the dance will be en-
tertainers from Michigan State
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and the University. Richard
Moore, pianist and Robert Gran-
zeier, comedian will head the troup
from Michigan State.
Tickets for both dances are
priced at $1 a couple and may
be purchased at the Union main
The Golden Rule Ball is becom-
ing a tradition on campus. The
dance isrsponsoredby the Unions
of the rival schools to promote
better relations between them.
Late permission until 1 a.m. will
be granted to women students for
Saturday night's dance.
Sal Gregory is general chairman
for the Union Weekend. Other
members of the committee include
Larry Price, publicity; Ken Cutler,
decorations; and Art Bublitz, en-
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MEETING OLD AND NEW FACES on the Diag, pushing through
the crowds at the bookstore and attending classes brings to a close the
at hand, campus life leaves the books to turn to social activities. While
the University is playing host to Michigan State College, various houses
will welcome alumni and their State brothers.
STARTING OFF the weekend with a social whirl, Gomberg house
in South Quadrangle will have a mixer tonight with Stockwell Hall.
Mosher hall will set the scene for another mixer.
* * * *
TOMORROW NIGHT many more houses have festivities sche-
KAPPA NU'S will escort their dates to a "Slaughter on Oxford
Road." Accompanying the Apache decorations will be a skit in a
Parisian setting.
UNUSUAL MODERN decorations are promised at the Acacia
record dance. Featured on the program will be the Mumbles Quartet,
slides of Michigan and the Rose Parade.
BARBEQUE "K-BOOPS" will be the main attraction at Zeta
Beta Tau's football party while the Milk Can Trio, featuring two
guitars and a uke, will serenade Triangle's dance.
TAU DELTA PHI will become a "Farmer's College" for their State
brothers. Decorations will carry out a farm atmosphere while blue
jeans will be prominent.
BUFFET SUPPERS and record dances have been planned
by Delta Chi, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Chi, and Theta Delta Chi.
Alumni and visiting Michigan State chapters will be honored at these
RECORD DANCES with the pigskin atmosphere will also be held
at Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Theta Xi.
'* * * *
EVERYTHING BLUE will decorate the Sigma Alpha Mu house
for the "Blue Nocturne Waltz" while hopeful Pi Lambda Phi has a
Victory dance planned. A dance band hop is slated for Phi Delta
FLYING IN FROM LHASA, Tibet to preside over the Phi Sigma
Delta dance will be the Wizard. He will perform mystic mind reading
feats before all who will believe him.
SIGMA CHI'S and their dates will dance to the strains of Bob
Elliott's band while Bill Kline's band will be featured at the Theta
Chi house. Paul Root's band will rock the Psi Omega house while Hugh
Jackson and his band will be playing the Delta Upsilon favorites.
, HOUSE MIXERS are planned at Wenley House, Allen Rumsey,
Anderson House and Cooley House.
* * * *
AN OLD TIME FOOTBALL PARTY with raccoon coats and beaver
hats will lend atmosphere to the Zeta Psi dance. Music will be by Dave
Iteman and his band.
CORN COB PIPES will be numerous at the Alpha Epsilon Pi Corn
Feed. More "corn" will be found at the Chi Phi's "Harvest Hop."
BETA THETA PI will entertain their Michigan State chapter with
Earl Johnson's band while Mel Saks and his orchestra will provide
the mood at Phi Kappa Psi's buffet dinner dance.
CONCLUDING the weekend's list of parties, Hinsdale House in
Alice Lloyd Hall has slated a picnic on Sunday.
Exhibit of Drawings Will Open
University Museum, Art Year,



Delegates To Meet in New York
Six University delegates will at-
tend a national conference on School of Nursing, will attend the
"Women in the Defense Decade" conference.
to be held this weekend in New Selected to represent University
York. women students are Catherine So-
Regent Vera B. Baits, Dean of tir, president of the League and
Women Deborah Bacon, Dr. Mar- Joann Grill, League treasurer.
garet Bell, professor of Hygiene
and Physical Education, and Miss Read Daily Classifieds
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The museum year at the Univer-
sity will open in October at the
Museum of Art with a small ex-
hibit of drawings from the Seattle
group of painters.
Also to be shown in October will
be an exhibit of work by the Visual
Arts faculty of the architecture
school. Included in the exhibit will
be paintings, sculpture, prints,
drawings, ceramics, furniture and
In November, names well known
during the past two centuries of
art history will be represented by
work in the loan exhibition,
"Italian, Spanish and French
Paintings of the 17th and 18th
Sponsored by the Museum in col-
laboration with the Grand Rapids
Art Gallery, the exhibit will con-
sist of 45 paintings borrowed from
museums, private collections and
dealers from coast to coast.
Among the artists who will be
represented will be El Greco, Zur-
baran, Goya and Chardin.
"Work in Progress in Michigan,"
organized by the Detroit Institute
of Art, will be shown from Decem-

ber 4 to 24. Among the exhibitors in
this show will be Richard Wilt, in-
structor in dIrawing and painting
in the architecture school.
Also on exhibit in December will
be "Three Modern Styles," an im-
portant group of work from the
Museum of Modern Art in New
Guests To Visit
Newest Quad
The partially completed South
Quadrangle will hold its first open-
open house before and after the
football game, from 11:30 a.m. un-
til 5:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Mrs. Virginia Harryman, corre-
lating associate advisor of the quad
invited parents and friends of resi-
dents to attend. Visitors will be
met at the door by hosts from each
house and shown throughout the
rooms, lounges and dining halls.
Refreshments will be served in
the quad snackbar, "Club 600."



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