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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE FIVS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1952 !'AGZ FIVE
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IM Building To Open Today
For Co-recreational Sports
Volleyball, Badminton, Paddeball,
Swimming, Gymnastic Facilities Available

Facilities of the Intramural
Building will be available to both
men and women from 7:30 to 10:30
p.m. tonight and every Friday
night during the year.
Students will be able to partici-
pate in such sports as volleyball,
{ badminton, handball, paddleball,
squash and swimming.
* * *
ALL GAME equipment will be
available in the sports office.
Women are asked to bring swim-
ming caps.
Gymnastic equipment will
also be open to student use. In
recent years, the trampoline has
been one of the most popular
gathering places for both men
and women.
An I.D. card will be required
for entrance. This plan for co-
recreational sports program has
been in operation for the past few
years and is sponsored by the
Women's Athletic Association and
the Intramural staff.
Hockey
Members of the WAA Field
Hockey Club will meet at 4
p.m. today at WAB for an extra
practice session. All women in-
terested in the sport are in-
vited to attend.

LAST YEAR as a part of this
program, co-recreational tourna-
ments were set up in volleyball,
badminton and softball.
Volleyball teams, which were
organized in the various cam-
pus residences and organiza-
tions, were composed of five men
and five women.
Badminton enthusiasts partici-
pated in a mixed doubles tourna-
ment.
LAST SPRING the first co-rec-
reational softball tournament was
set up with teams playing on Sat-
urday and Sunday afternoons.
Students with or without dates
are invited to attend the In-
tramural Building each week.
No special proficiency in any
sport is required as the object of
the program is "just to have a
good time."~
Later in the year, members of
the WAA Board will serve as host-
esses for the program and will aid
in organization of play.
Nancy Lewis, co-recreation
chairman of WAA,,is working with
the IM staff on plans for this
year. At the present time this com-
mittee is working on plans for an
IM open house to be held Fri.,
Oct. 17. Further details will be an-
nounced in The Daily at, a later
date.

cOn tde JAWuje
By NAN PERRIN
With every sorority and frater-
nity on campus caught in the
whirl of rushing, social doings this
weekend will be few and far be-
tween.
Some houses however, refuse to1
be daunted by the heavy rushing
schedule and are planning big do-
ings.
LISTENING PARTIES seem to
be the thing on Saturday after-~
noon. TheSAE's and Phi Delts
plan to gather before their radios
and television sets for the Michi-
gan-Stanford game.
Come tomorrow evening, Sigma
Nu, Alpha Delta Phi, and Delta
Tau Delta, will feature casual rec-
ord dances to soothe rush-weary
nerves.
* * *
GAMMA PHI BETA will be
holding its traditional open house
honoring their new pledges.
Also honoring the new sorority
pledges will be the Chi Phi's.
* * *
VICTOR VAUGHAN is staging
a mixer with Wenley House, West
Quad.
Tonight will find the girls at
Stockwell busy entertaining at a
mixer.
* *~ *
A BRAND NEW dog at, the
Lambda Chi house provides a won-
derful excuse for a party. Major
IV, a 40 pound, 11 weeks old St.
Bernard puppy (?), will be guest
of honor.

'Five Aces
Round-Up Room Club featuring
Ted Smith and his combo will open
from 9 p.m. to midnight again to-
day but this time in the larger
Round-Up Room of the League.
Last Friday night the club
proved so popular that the Rum-
pus Room in which it was held
was much too small for the crowd.
THE NEW SETTING will still
feature the mood of the "big city

night club," although on a
er scale.

To Play for Dancing

larg-

Lights over the fountain will
be dimmed to produce the soft
lighting characteristic of the
Round-Up Room Club and the
tables with red and white check-
ered tablecloths will again be
present.
Besides the regular instrumental
numbers, two special vocals have
been arranged for tonight. These
include "Walking My Baby Back
Home" and "Cecilia."
ONE OF THE FEATURES of the
new "night club" is that students
can either dance or just sit and
listen to the music of "The 5 Aces."
Sponsors of the club hope stu-
dents will make it a weekly lath-
ering place after the Fday
night pep rallies and movies'and
for a whole evening's entertain-
ment.
The atmosphere of the Round-
Up Room Club will be completely
informal, and dress may also be
quite informal.

MEMBERS OF THE BAND, as
usual, will wear red and white
checkered shirts with black string
ties.
The combo will be on hand to
play music for dancing or listen-
ing every Friday night. Admis-
sion is 50 cents per person, and
refreshments will be sold at the
snack bar.
The Round-Up Room Night Club
fills a regular gap left in the Fri-
day night social agenda. Last year
the now defunct Association of In-
dependent Men sponsored the Lit-
tle Club, a somewhat similar so-
cial affair.
Hillel
Succoth services will be held
at 7:45 p.m. today, 9 a.m. and
6 p.m. tomorrow and 9 a.m.
Sunday at the Hillel building.
A social hour will follow the
services this evening.

-Daily-Don Campbell
LEAGUE LIBRARY-Nancie Strome and Dona Lee Davenport,
are shown here studying in the newly-redecorated League Library.
* * * *

THE NEW

LOOK:

Bridge Lessons
To Be Offered
By LeagueGroup
Bridge lessons, sponsored by the
League Social Committee, will be-
gin Tuesday, October 7 at the
League.
The lessons which are offered
each semester, are given in two
separate sections.
Beginners meet from 7 to 8:30
p.m. each Tuesday, and the in-
termediates meet immediately af-
ter then from 8:30 to 10 p.m.
At the lessons students learn
while they play, as well as receiv-
ing mimeographed detailed in-
struction sheets. +
The price is $3.50 for the 10 les-
sons, which will be taught by Ed
Simons who has given the course
for the past three years.
Anyone interested in joining the
class may sign up now in the Lea-
gue Undergraduate Office.

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League Library To Open

stops schoolward in

SUEDE

MOCCIES

This week the newly-redecorated
League Library, located on the
third floor of the League, opened
for the year.
Featured among the new decora-
tions are deep, comfortable' chairs
and couches and thick oriental
rugs.
IN LINE with the redecoration,
all the President's Reports have
been moved upstairs into the li-
brary where there is ample room
for note-taking.
Head librarian this year is
Kate Roney Barnes. Assisting
her will be Carol Castator and
Janyce Ayers.
The new hours for the library
will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to
10 p.m., Monday through Friday,
9 a.m. to noon Saturday, and 2 to
5 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
ALTHOUGH the library is pri-
marily for reading and study rath-
er than reference, it boasts a very
complete selection of drama and
poetry.
Since most of the books have
been gifts to the library, there is
a wide variety but many gaps.
In building up the library, the
League wants to put into it the
books that the students want.
Men are not allowed in the li-
brary and coeds can "kick off"
their shoes and study in comfort.
ALTHOUGH many students are
unaware of the fact, it is a circu-
lating library and books can be
taken out for two weeks.
This year the library will also
hold record concerts from 8 to
10 p.m. every Sunday. However,
instead of being in the library as
previously, they will be in the
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This is only a temporary move
until the three new music rooms
are completed.
When these rooms are finished,
the turn tables will be installed in
the library and the music trans-
mitted to the three rooms.

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