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FRIDAY, OCTOBER I7, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19~2 PAGE FIVE

'Pink Lemonade

'To Be Saturday

Dance Sets
Circus Mood
Providing entertainment for the
Northwestern weekend will be
"Pink Lemonade" to be held from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in
the League Ballroom.
The annual League Fall Dance,
is girl-bid and will be informal for
the third year in succession.
Setting a carnival atmosphere
will be five yellow, blue and pink
horses prancing gaily on a pink
and white carousel in the center
of the ballroom.
'A white picket fence will sur-
round the carousel and the grass
around it.
In the corners of the room will
be bright balloon trees covered
with pastel balloons to carry out
the carnival-like theme.
Pink and white scallops will de-
corate the bandstand and a huge
glass of pink lemonade will be
placed on either side.
Bill Kline and his orchestra will
Iprovide the music for the League's
annual girl-bid event.
t This year, as in previous years,
local stores will present gift cer-
tificates to'houses selling the most
tickets in proportion to the num-
ber of women living in the house.
Pink and white striped programs
help to carry out the theme of the
dance.
General chairman for the dance
is Joan Prescott, assistant to the
chairman of the League Social
Committee and in charge of spe-
cial events.
Other chairmen are Nancie
Strome, decorations; Alice Kent,
publicity; Janet Campbell, pro-
grams; Mary Pike, patrons and
Kathy King, tickets.

IM Facilities
Open Tonight
At Exhibition
Champions To Show
WAA, IM Activities
To Interested Students
All facilities of the Intramural
Building will be open to students
at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the an-
nual IM Open House, sponsored
by the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion and the Intramural staff.
Sports enthusiasts will be able
to participate in badminton, vol-
leyball, handball, paddleball and
swimming.
Another gathering spot for stu-
dents will be the trampoline.
In addition to these many ac-
tivities, exhibitions in badminton,
swimming and on the "tramp"
will be given.
John Davies, Olympic swimming
champion from Australia and a
student at the University, will be
featured in an exhibition in the
pool.
In the large gymnasium Dave
Freeman, one-time national bad-
minton champion, and his wife
will "bat the bird" in a mixed
doubles contest with Kuldip Mani,
runner-up in the state men's
doubles tournament this year, and
Clarice Wilks, who finished sec-
ond in the state women's bad-
minton singles.
Other champions will be featur-
ed in the small gymnasium on the
trampoline.
Ed Buchanan, NCAA, AAU and
Big Ten trampoline champ will
present a show of skill to inter-
est spectators.
Proving that women, too, can
become proficient in this event,
Diane Lahde, winner of the De-
troit Turner's Meet, will also dem-
onstrate trampoline "know-how."
Winners of last year's co-recre-
ational volleyball tournament will
demonstrate the finer points of
the game to interested students.

ON THE HOUSE
By RUTH TORRENT and a half ride will take hayriders
Social events have dwindled around the countryside in the vi-

INFORMALITY-Tonight and every Friday night, students will
be able to relax in a nightclub atmosphere at the "Little Club."
The Ann Arbor Alleycats, under the leadership of Dick Mottern,
provide music at the club.
Alleycats To Provide Music
At 'Little Club' Dances

somewhat on campus this week-
end with many students already
on their way to attend, the big
Northwestern game in Illinois.
Fans here will spend Saturday
afternoon listening to the game
or watching it on television while
those in Illinois will be looking
forward to the fraternity parties
and the Victory dance which will
be given there.
* * *
PHI SIGMA KAPPA and Sigma
Nu will keep up the spirit of the
weekend with record dances at
their houses.
Reeves House has planned a
record dance for Friday night.
This will be very informal and
refreshments will be cokes and
popcorn.
Trigon is serving cider and
cookies at their record dance Sat-
urday. Williams House is also hav-
ing a record dance carrying out
the atmosphere of the "dive."
Checkered tableclothes topped
with candle filled whiskey bottles
will lend the finishing touches.
ONE FEATURE of Williams
dance will be records which are
among collectors items. These
have been loaned by one of the
men living there.
Alpha Phi Alpha members and
guests will dance to the music
of Jim Tatem's orchestra.
A hayride is planned by Scott
House Friday evening. An hour

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cinity of the Huron River.
Alpha Rho Chi is having an
exchange dinner with Alpha
Omicron Pi Sunday in the back-
yard of the sorority house. A
O Pi's pledge class of 1951 has
initiated this in honor of their
new fireplace which was the
pledge project last year.
New Year's Day for India, Di-
wali, will be celebrated at a pro-
gram given by the India Student
Association at 8 p.m. Saturday at
Lane Hall. All students are wel-
come to attend.

-Daily-Alan Reid
LEAGUE FALL DANCE-Nancie Strome is shown inviting Ray
Hockstad to "Pink. Lemonade" to be held from 9 p.m. to mid-
night Saturday in the League. Some of the decorations for the
dance appear behind the couple.

MUSICAL

MOODS:

Union To Sponsor Dances

Although many students will be
,migrating along with the football
team to the Northwestern campus,
the Union social committee has
planned a weekend of dancing for
thosevvho will remain at home.
Tomorrow a regular Union
membership dance will be held

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from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
Union Ballroom to provide stu-
dents with a dancing, romancing
atmosphere.
Clare Sheppard and his orches-
tra will be on hand to serenade
couples with current popular fa-
vorites such as "Blue Moon" and
"Wish You Were Here."
During intermission time as well,
as throughout the evening the
Union Taproom will be prepared
to serve refreshments to the dance
goers.
Tickets for the dance are $1 per
couple and may be purchased at
the main desk in the lobby of the
Union.
Everything from waltzes to the
Charleston will be heard at the
Union record hop from 8 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. Sunday in the small
ballroom of the Union.
Once again the Union social
committee will provide weekly
Sunday evening dancing for
couples desiring to have one last
fling before Monday classes.
This year a new series of rec-
ords, including the music of such
bands as Ralph Flanagan,.Sammy
Kaye and Paul Weston, has been
slated to serenade Sunday eve-
ning dancers.
Informality is the mood of this
'dance series with playing cards
available to couplestwho would
prefer playing canasta or bridge
to dancing.
Since the Union study hall will
also be open on Sunday evenings
for Union men and their dates,
couples. will be able to combine
their classes and studies with con-
gas and sambas.
WELCOME
COEDS!

Informality will reign at the
"Little Club" from 9 p.m. to mid-
nightetoday inrthe North Loung
of the Union.'
A record crowd of 150 couples;
was on hand at the reopening of
the "nightclub" last week to cele-
brate the beginning of the third
consecutive year of its establish-
ment on this campus.
For the last two years the club
was sponsored by the former As-
sociation for Independent Men,
commonly known as AIM. At that
time the "Little Club" was located
in the Michigan Room of the
League.
This year the nightclub site was
moved to the Union when the
Union scoial committee took over
sponsorship.
For the third consecutive year
the Ann Arbor Alleycats will be
the regular feature of the "Little
Club" every Friday.
The student-run club will con-
tinue, as it did in the past, to pro-
vide the campus with new enter-
tainment on Friday nights
throughout the semester.
Since the club is designed to ca-
ter to the students, the Union so-
cial committee is anxious to re-
ceive suggestions from club pa-
trons on how to improve the dance.

The new favorite ON CAMPUS
SINE and WHITE SADDLES

Any student wishing to offer crit-
icism may call Art Bublitz at the
Student Offices in the Union from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday
through Friday.
Tonight the committee will con-
duct a poll during the festivities
at the club to obtain the opinion
of "nightclubbers" on. how it can
be improved.

Sabbath Services--Regular Sab-
bath services will be conducted at
7:45 p.m. tonight at the Hillel
building.
Following the services, Prof.
Theodore Newcomb of the psy-
chology department will speak on
"The Authoritarian Personality in\
Friend and Foe." Following will be
a discussion period.
Faculty Tea-All University fa-
culty women and faculty wives of
St. Mary's Chapel are invited to
attend a tea from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
today at the home of Mrs. A.
Christman, 1613 Shadford Roard.
The group plans to organize as a
social unit at this time.

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Roundup Room
Couples are invited to a
weekly dance in the Roundup
Room of the League from 9
p.m. to midnight every Friday.
These dances are a new event
this year.

ALSO
BLACK AND WHITE
WITH
BLACK CREPE SOLES

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All Day Today
Friday, October 17

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