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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Golf, Tennis

Classes

Open

Weekend Dances To Be Offered
In Union, League Round-Up Room
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TONIGHT
Every Friday Night

To Women
Phy. Ed. Department
Offers Instruction,
FreshmanOuting
Elective course are now being of-
fered to upperclass women by the
physical education department in
both golf and- tennis.
Interest in golf was climaxed
last spring for University women
when they were given an oppor-
tunity to see Patty Berg, profess
sional golfer, play on the Univer-
sity course.
Freshman women have ample
opportunity to develop this skill,
but previously there has not been
room to take care of upperclass
women who were interested.
Meetings will be at 2:10 p.m. on
Friday afternoons. Women inter-
ested should register immediately
in Office 15, Barbour Gym, since
classes will begin this afternoon.
The Physical Education Club
has also planned an outing inhon-
or of freshman women. Those
freshman women majoring in
physical education have been in-
vited by the club to go with them
on an overnight trip on Saturday,
Oct. 4 to the Jackson Memorial
Camp.
The group will leave at 1:30 p.m.
on Saturday Oct. 4, and will ar-
rive back in Ann Arbor about 4
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 5.
Bulletin boards in WAB and at
Barbour Gymnasium will carry
further details on all these plans.
Three things existed
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Union Dance ...

-Daily-Don Campbell
WATCH OUT-Instruction is given to members of the Women's
Athletic Association Field Hockey Club at the organizational meet-
ing of the club Wednesday. Membership in the club is still open,
and instruction will be provided by experienced members of
the club. Meetings will be held at 5 p.m. every Monday and
Wednesday.
LEAGUE DANCE CLASSES:
Instruction To Be Offered
Dance Classes, with separate in- familiar American dances. The
struction for coeds, men, and "couples" classes will learn sev-
couples, will begin soon at the eral steps according to the gener-
League. al preference.
The five classes will offer in- Johnny Urbanic, who taught the
struction in a variety of steps classes last year and helped to
which will include the Tango, Sam- prepare the exhibition of dance
ba, Ruba, Waltz, Fox Trot, and steps for Gulantics, will be the in-
the Charleston. structor.
The two "singles" classes will be It is important that men who
given a choice between Latin are interested in dance instruc-
American dances and the more tion purchase their tickets on ei-
ther Tuesday or Wednesday, Sep-
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and 9 p.m. at the League.
before creation * * * A fee of $4 is required of men
neration. and couples for the eight lessons.
Plato Women will be given instruction
of your choice Iifree of charge.
SBusiness, Arts, Music A mass meeting at which coeds
Open to Everyone willsign up for the classes will be
held on Wednesday afternoon, Oc-
26 at 4:30 P.M. tober 1, at 4:30 in the League Ball-
ident Publications Building room.
R-ARTS MAGAZINE All interested persons are urged
VJto attend this meeting. At this
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_- -en along with an exhibition of the
steps to be taught.
You Eligible? Instruction will begin with two
classes on Tuesday, October 7, two
DANCING on Wednesday, October 8, and onei
y and Saturday Nites on Thursday, October 9.
In the past the dance classes
ng Saturday Afternoon have participated in several shows
on the campus and in an exhibi-
after the game. tion of intricate dance steps at
Members the Rhythm Romp, a dance spon-
and Guests sored by the organization two
.X ). 314 E. Liberty St. years ago.
Ph. 2-3972

The first Union Membership
dance of the year will be a come-
as-you-are affair from 9 p.m. to
midnight today in the Union Ball-
room.
Whether returning from the pep
rally or .a sority rush party, stu-
dents will have an opportunity to
relax in a musical setting with a
football atmosphere.
Clare Shepard, last year's vet-
eran Union bandleader will return
to the podium this week. His mu-
sic will feature old and new favor-
ites.
Admission price is $1 a couple
and tickets may be purchased at
the Union main desk.
League Dance,...
Today marks the opening -of a
new "night club" on the Univer-
sity campus, and this will be lo-
cated in the Round-up Room of
the League.
From 9 p.m. to midnight today
the music of Ted Smith and: his
new combo the "Five Aces" will
play for the students' dancing and
listening pleasure.
Sponsors of the club hope stu-
dents will make the room a week-
ly gathering place after the Fri-
day night pep rallies and movies.
Ted Smith is no newcomer to
Ann Arbor. He led his own band
on the campus for over four years
and has participated in the Gulan-
tics, Sophomore Cabaret and
Frosh Weekend shows.
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Many familiar faces comprise
Ted's combo. There's Chuck
Stauffer, alto saxophonist; Ed
Skidmore, bassist; Don Shetler at
the piano, and Fred Steinbaugh
on the drums.
In carrying out the theme of
the Round-up Room, the band
members will wear red and check-
ered shirts with black string ties.
According to Smith, the music
will vary each week but all of the
numbers will feature a "style of
modern dance music that every-
one will enjoy." Several of these
numbers will include unison vocal
renditions.
Admission to the night club will
be 50 cents a perspn or $1.00 a
couple.
Golden Rule Ball...
The "Golden Rule" will preside
as the University Union and the
Michigan StatesUnion join to co-
sponsor the first specialty dance
of the year from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the Union Ballroom.
Forgetting some of their rivalry
both the Maise and Blue and
Green and White rooters will in-
filtrate at the traditional dance.
Originated in 1950, the Golden
Rule Ball has become the regular
starting gun of the campus' so-
cial activities.
Clare Shepard's band will be on
hand to seranade dancers in the
main ballroom, while on the third
floor of the Union the Ann Ar-
bor Alley Cats will give out with
dixieland jazz for their fans.

Waving a shiny baton, Floyd
Zarback, baton twirler for the Uni-
versity's marching band, will ap-
pear at intermission time to pre-
sent a flashy exhibition before the
crowd in the Ballroom.
Anything can happen, promises'
the Union social committee, when
Dick Pinkerton '55 then takes over
with his impersonations and Tom
Leopold '55 croons old favorites
such as "Frankie and Johnny" and
"Bill Bailey."
Each couple will receive a pro-
gram designed after the back
drop and inscribed with a minia-
ture golden rule on the cover.
Tickets for the dance are priced
at $1 per couple and may be pur-
chased at the Union Main Desk.

by TED SMITH and his
Exciting New Combo

"THE 5 ACES"

at

The Roundup Room
MICHIGAN LEAGUE

9 till 1 2

Music for Dancing and Listening

Informal

Admission 50c Per Person

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

PREoGAME DANCE

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MICHIGAN UNION

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featuring
THE CLARE SHEPARD ORCHESTRA

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Fall, football and an as yet light study schedule will enable stu-
dents to concentrate on social "doings" this weekend without break-
ing those new shiny resolutions to study much harder this semester.
Prompted by the great University-MSC rivalry, nearly every
house on campus is planning some big "doings" to celebrate either
victory or defeat.
Getting an early start, the Chi Psi's have scheduled a before-
game luncheon, honoring parents and alumni. Later in the evening,
members and their dates will meet at the house for a record dance.
After-game open houses and teas will take place at Delta
Tau Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma Delta, Acacia, Trigon,
Helen Newberry and Hinsdale houses.
Others meeting to talk over the game at open houses are Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi and Delta Sigma Delta. A combina-
tion house warming and after-game open house will enable the
Delta Sigma Pi's to show off their new house. Faculty members, par-
ents, alumni and dates will be the year's first guests.
* * * *
HONORING THEIR Michigan State brothers at record dances
will be Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Lambda Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Zeta Psi, Delta Chi, Zeta Beta Tau
Delta Sigma Phi, Theta Xi and Phi Kappa Epsilon.
Tau Delta Phi's record dance will honor brothers called to
service in the U.S. Army. A large "M" and crepe-paper covered
walls will greet guests of Triangle members at their record dance.
Old rivalries will be forgotten as members of the University and
MSC chapters of Beta Theta Pi meet for a buffet supper and dance.
However, the Pi Lambda Phi's will carry on the feud at their "Rivalry
Party." Decorations will depict the unions of State and the University,
with State's being represented by the latest in bright red barns. The
Michigan Union will be a rambling structure of very modern de-
sign.
* * * *
"WIN OR LOSE" will be the theme of Alpha Sigma Phi as their
first party of the year gets under way, while Alpha Epsilon Pi will
kick off with a "Nursery" party honoring Michigan State's entry into
the Big Ten.-
A slightly out-of-season "Beach Party," featuring the mu-
sic of Art Stade and his orchestra, will be on tap at the Phi Delta
Theta house Saturday night. Hugh Jackson will provide mu-
sic for dancing for Delta Upsilon members and their dates.
Also holding dances will be the ATO's with Jim Tatuem's combo
being featured, the Sigma Chi's and the Kappa Nu's. Earl Pearson and
his orchestra will furnish music at the Phi Kappa Psi house, while
the music of Billy Kline will entertain the Theta Chi's and their dates.

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Hillel will be held at 7:45 p.m.
tonight at the new building,
1429 Hill Street. The service
will be student-run and will
feature a choir composed of
University students.

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