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'X TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 27, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1 9 5 3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG1'~ F1V~

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Halloween, Football
to Se Dance Theme

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Fortnite Theme Announced;
AssemblyHolds Workshop
Solutions Suggested To Remedy Critical Problems
At First Discussion Held Saturday in League;
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By, JAN SMITH
Instead of flying off with the
witch on her broomstick this Hal-
loween, the Black Cat will preside
over the annual homecoming
dance to be held from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Saturday in the Intramural
Building.
Featured on all posters and oth-
er publicity for the dance, the Cat
is also being used in the decora-
tions for the Student Legislature-
sponsored dance.
WEARING a football helmet and
carrying a football, the Black Cat
will help to carry over some of the
afternoon spirit into the evening.
Since the animal is nameless
as yet, the dance committee is
sponsoring a contest to provide
a good name for him. Every per-
son buying a ticket will be giv-
en a chance to make a sugges-
tion.
A prize will be awarded to the
winner of the contest during the
dance intermission.
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ALSO FEATURED during the
half-time will be the presenta-
tion of awards for homecoming
displays, as well as entertainment.
The traditional jack - o'lan-
terns,, ghosts and hob goblins
will also be in evidence, as cou-
ples dance to the music of
Claude Thornhill and his or-
chestra.
Opening the evening with his
theme, "Snowfall," Thornhill will
go on to play both modern hit
tunes and old favorites, as well as
"hot" music.

INCLUDING three trumpets, two
trombones and five men doubling
on sax and clarinet, the outfit is
unusual in that it features a
French Horn.
, The leader man himself will
preside at the keyboard, while
vocal renditions will be given
out by Paula Martin.
Since the dance is an all-cam-
pus affair, late permission has been
granted to the coeds.
ALTHOUGH Black Cat Ball*-is
not a formal dance, coeds will
have an opportunity to show off
their favorite "dressy" dresses and
best pair of heels.
As in previous years a photog-
rapher will be on hand to take
pictures of couples attending the
dance.
Under the direction of co-chair-
man Ken Rice and Bill Whitting-
ham, all the committees for the
annual dance are busy this week
taking care of last-minute de-
tails. All committee members are
on the Varsity Committee of the
Student Legislature.
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HANDLING posters, stunts and'
other publicity is Bob Apple, with
the help of assistant publicity
chairman Ron Maileff. Decorations
are going up under the direction
of Ann Houck and her assistant,
Ruth Flanders.
'Ticket distribution is being man-
aged by Lee Abrams, while Alf
Schnecter is in charge of planning a
and printing the grograms. ;
Building and grounds are being
taken care of by Tim Moulthrop.

Fortnite.,....
Mildred Knapp, '54, general
chairman of Fortnite, anounces
that the theme of this year's Fort-
nite skits will be "Painters and
Famous Paintings."
She suggests that each house
take a title of a painting by a fa-
mous painter and build a skit
theme around the central theme
and title of the painting.
Assembly Association now has
openings on; the publicity com-
mittee and patrons and pro-
grams committee for members.
Interested coeds are requested
to sign up with the skits chair-
man in their dormitory or on
the list in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.

regulation and enforcement,
business regulations and man-
agement, respect for the house
judiciary, inter-house contacts
and assembly publicity.
Mrs. Elsie Fuller, assistant dean
of women, acting as interpreter
and advisor, attended the groups
discussing the business manage-
ment problems within the dorms.
Beneficial ideas gained from
this workshop will be enlarged
upon and put into immediate ef-
fect by the Assembly Association.
A special committee is to be
set up to meet and work out a
favorable exchange dinner plan
among the women's residence
halls.

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WEIGHTY DOCUMENT-Sam Siporin, executive vice-president,
John Baity, and Pete Dow, public relation chairman look over
the IFC report weighing 28 pounds which will be sent to the Na-
tional Conference. On the basis of this report, the IFC will 1be
judged with other IFC's throughout the country.
Groups To Conduct Tryouts
For CamDus Talent Show

Dormitory publicity

chairmen

There will be a mass meeting of will now be asked to serve on a
skits chairman at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- central committee headed by the
day in the League. Assembly publicity chairman. It
Fortnite needs a mistress of ter- was decided that this would pro-
emonies. Tryouts will be held 4 vide the Assembly with a stronger
p.m. Thursday in the League. public relations program.
The mistress of ceremonies will
announce the skits and should-
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Entertainers of all kinds-sing-
ers, dancers, musicians, comedi-
ans-in single and group acts, are
eligible to tryout for the Gulantics
Revue, all campus talent show,
sponsored by the Glee Club, Union
and League.
Tryouts will be held from 9:30
a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7 and 14 in Rm.
3Q of the Union. After elimina-
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Students are also requested to
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This year's Gulantics Revue,
the sixth annual production, will Several solutions were suggested
be presented sometime in Febru- to remedy critical dormitory prob-
ary. Usually about ten acts com- lems at the first Assembly Work-
pete for cash prizes in the show shop held last Saturday at the
held before capacity audience in League.
Hill Auditorium. Sally Lorber, acting as general
Drummer Ed R a v e n s c r o f t, chairman, conducted the meeting
walked off with the $100 first under the "66" group discussion
prize last year, while second place plan.
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BALLET CLUB-The WAA Bal-
let Club will hold its weekly ses-
sion at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Dance Studio of Barbour Gym.
Students still have an opportunity
to join this club.
HILLEL-"Approaches to Juda-
ism" is the topic to be discussed
at 4:00 p.m. today at the Hillel
Building. This discussion, first in
a series, deals with a variety of ap-
proaches and outlooks on Jewish
life.

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SRA-Tonight and every Tues-
day night, students may attend
the weekly dances sponsored by
Student Religious Association at
Lane Hall. The calling of Grey
Austin steers the groups through
the many dances at this event,
which is free and open to all stu-
dents. Folk dances, polkas and
schottisches are included on the
dancing agenda.
MUSICALE - Mu Phi Epsilon,
professional music sorority, held
a rushing musicale Sunday night
at the home of Mrs. Albert Logan,
1710 Cambridge Road. The eve-
ning began with a short musical
program. Those taking part were
Carol van Asselt, Phyllis Bentley,
Anne Young, June Howe, Jane
Stolz, Lucille Stansberry, and
SJoyce Roper.

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