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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1953
Union Plans
Three Events
a For Weekend
Orchestras, Records
Will Provide Couples
With Music at Dances
With the second week of classes
drawing to a close, the Union has
planned a full week-end of social
events for study-weary students.
Providing a candle-lit night
club atmosphere, the "Little Club"
will be open from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tonight in the North Lounge
of the Union.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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House Groups Schedule Indoor, Outdoor Activities for Weekend

By MARILYN MILLER
Concluding a week of real In-
dian summer, various campus!i
groups have scheduled outdoor as t
well as indoor activities to provide o
relaxation from hot classrooms. m
r Theta Xi, Alpha Delta Phi, and s
Delta Tau Delta are all having S
record dances as an aftermath of lii
the game.

ALPHA TAU OMEGA is usher- Sigma men and their dates. The
lg in the first pledge formal of party will start at the Huron River
ie year. The house will be dec- riding stables, and conclude at the
rated in typical fraternity at- fraternity house where dancing
osphere with mugs and paddles and refreshments will be enjoyed.!
tattered throughout the house. The Zeta Beta Tau's are plan-+
hrimp cocktail is one of the high- ning a big barbeque in their back
ghts of the dinner menu. yard. The "wildcat" campus en-
Fuzzy little puppy dogs will tertainer has promised to enter-
be presented as favors, and Hugh tain this group with medlies on
Jackson and his orchestra will his guitar.
provide the evening's music. Records will be spinning at the
Phi Gamma Delta house. Sigma,
Gomberg house is giving a rec- Nu's, Sigma Phi's, Beta Theta Pi's,
rd dance in one of its lounges. and Acacia's will be enjoying sim-
:en will take their dates to Club ilar entertainment.
.O for refreshments between IHn
ances. HORSEBACK riding, in an in-

entertainment for Phi Sigma Delta
men and their dates. Outside, a"
caller will be calling square dances
around a bonfire for this annual:
affair.
Blue and white streamers will
decorate the Sigma Chi house,
for the first big reunion since
summer. Hal Singer and his or-
chestra will play the requests of
members and their dates.
Tomorrow is also the beginning
of the social season for Phi Kappai
Psi. The men have engaged a com-1
bo to add to the festivities.

CHI PHI'S, Delta Sigma Delta's,
Tau Delta Phi's, and Theta Chi's
will be dancing to the strains of
their favorite orchestras, Saturday
night.
The Phi Chi fling promises to
be loads of fun as the music of
Harbor and quintet is heard in
the background.
Phi Delta Epsilon, Triangle, Phi
Sigma Kappa, and Phi Kappa Sig-
ma men will be high stepping to
the beats of the big bands, as the
platters go spinning around.

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OPEN TO everyone on campus,
couples will dance to the down-
beat of Red Johnson and his or-
chestra. The Johnson combo' fea-
tures a saxophone, trumpet, trom-
bone and drums, with the leader
man himself at the piano.
Intermission entertainment
will take the form of specialty
numbers by George Shearing as
well as vibraharp selections to
be presented by Bob Cohler.
Cohler, a transfer from the Uni-I
versity of Colorado, has his own
combo entitled "The Pastels."
* * *'
TABLES PLACED around the
dance floor, as well as cokes, po-
tato chips and pretzels available
in the room, will give couples a
chance to rest and refresh them-
selves between dances.
A weekly project of the Union
Executive, Council, the "Little
Club" set-up is under the direc-
tion of a different committee
each week.
The Secretariat Committee is in
charge this week, under general
chairman Dick Pinkerton.
THE PRICE of admission will
be $1 for couples spending the en-
tire evening 'at the club and 75c
for those dropping in after 11 p.m.
Dancing in the Southern style
will be featured at the Union
Membership Dance to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the Union Ballroom.
Celebrating the afternoon's foot-
ball game versus Tulane Univer-'
sity, Jim Gilmartin and his or-
chestra will provide music with a
"mint-julep flavor." Dixie-land
jazz will be included.
* *
THE GILMARTIN group in-
cludes a vocalist.
For couples desiring a little re-
freshment, cokes will be avail-
able and the Union Cafeteria
will be open. -
Priced at $1 per couple, the
dance is open to all Union mem-
bers and their dates. Men attend-
ing must show their membership
card.
* S *S
BRINGING THE week-end of
dancing at the Union to a close
will be the Sunday Night Record
Dance, scheduled from 8:30 to l
10:30 p.m. Sunday in the Terrace
Ballroom of the Union.
Committee members maintain
that the casual atmosphere of
this dance provides an ideal note
to end the weekend's activities
on.
Free coke and favorite records
will be on hand.
There is no charge for this
dance. It is held weekly for cou-
ples who. enjoy dancing on Sun-
day evening.

* * *
HAYDEN HOUSE of East Quad
is giving a party to honor their
"sister" house, Tyler House, which
has recently been converted to
housing undergraduate women.
Don Kenney and his orchestra will
provide the music.
Sigma Alpha Mu men and
their dates will enjoy listening
to an old jazz session on rec-
ords which were borrowed from
some of the members' collec-
tions, in addition to dancing.
Alums, married students, and
guests are expected to join the
party which will be preceded by a
buffet dinner.

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HILLEL-Religious Services for
the sabbath and Oneg Shabbat
will commence at 7:45 p.m. today
while the Havdalah service will be
recited late Saturday afternoon.
Hillel again plans to hold an
open house following the Tulane
game. Inaugurated last week, the
informal event proved to be a big
success.
"Cafe Hillel" will be unveiled
Sunday night. in the Cabaret-
decorated room, students may get
a bite to eat, dance or play games.
The social committee has planned
this social as an enlargement of
last year's supper club feature.
According to the president, the
Kosher Meal Club will begin Fri-
day, Oct. 9. Students who wish to
attend should make reservations
at the building.
: * *
Because of many requests from
upperclassmen, the Women's Phy-
sical Education Department will
hold an intermediate golf class at
3:15 p.m. Friday at the WAB. The
first class will begin today.
University High School Tennis
players will be the guests of the
WAA Tennis Club from 3 to 5 p.m.
today at the Palmer Field Courts.
All members and interested coeds
are invited to attend.
* * *
Faculty women of the School of
Natural Resources will sponsor a
tea from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the
League. The tea is given for the'
wives of visiting alumni in com-
memoration of the 50th anniver-
sary of the school.

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WAA, I-M Staff
Hold Co-rec Night'
For All Campus
Recreation, relaxation and en-
tertainment will be in store for
students who attend the first I-M
night of the year from 7:30 to 10,
p.m. today at , the Intra-Mural
Building.
While admission is free, students
must show their ID cards at the
door. As in the past all of the
building's facilities will be open
to the public.
Those attending will have a
chance to wear themselves out
playing volleyball, basketball, pad-
dleball or squash.
Badminton fans will have a
chance to try their skill at "batting
the bird" on the -M courts. Stu-
dents must furnish their own
birds.
In addition, all facilities of the
building's swimming pool will also
be open. Those wishing to try out
the new skills acquired on the
beaches this summer should bring
their own suits. Towels will be
furnished. Women have been ask-
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This year, as in past years, stu-
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