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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Little Club'
Will Reopen
For Dancing
Featuring Red Johnson and his
"music for dancing," the "Little
Club" will again open its informal
atmosphere to campus students
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday
in the north Lounge of the Union.
Soft lights and sweet music will
help provide the "night 'club" at-
mosphere and set the mood for
couples attending the weekly gath-
ering.
Adding to the informality of the
cabaret setting will be the tables
covered with checkered tablecloths
and topped by whiskey bottle can-
Ole holders.
Couples may relax at these
tables surrounding the dance floor
while they sip cokes or chat with
friends.
Featured during the evening will
be special floor-show entertain-
ment. Refreshments will be avail-
able.
The price of admission will be
$1 for couples spending the entire
evening at the "Club" and 75 cents
for those who drop in after 11 p.m.
Sponsored since last fall by the
Union social committee, the "Little
Club" is a weekly feature through-
out the semester. According to
committee head Santo Ponticello,
it provides an ideal place for stu-
dents to stop after a Friday night
movie or a hard week of classes.
e Two years ago the club was spon-
sored by the former Association
for Independent Men, commonly
' known as AIM. At that time, it
was established in the Michigan
Room of the League.

Coed Rushing Enters
Second Set of Parties

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CAMPUS NIGHT-SPOT ... Featuring Red Johnson and his "mu-
sic for dancing," the Union-sponsored "Little Club" will reopen
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday in the North Lounge of the
Union. Open to every one on campus, tickets are priced at $1
per couple.
Men of West Quad Survive
Invasion of Chicago House

After one "free" day on Tuesday,;
several hundred University coeds
will start the second round of par-
ties today in the fall rushing sea-
son.
As in the first round, which got
under way Saturday afternoon
with "mixers," these parties will
feature an informal, get-acquaint-
ed atmosphere.
* * *
SCHOOL CLOTHES such as
bobby socks, skirts and sweaters
will set the pace, and refreshments
and entertainment will also be
along simple lines.
Two parties are to be given by
each house in the evening, last-
ing from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
and from 9 to 10. This round
will end Friday, and the third
set will begin Saturday and last
through Monday.
In contrast to the first two
phases, the third will feature a
dressy atmosphere, and coeds will
put on their best dresses, suits,
heels and hose to answer their in-
vitations.
TOURS THROUGH the house
and its annex will be conducted by
actives and hour-long parties are
the scheduled events.
Four parties Saturday from 7
to 8 p.m. and 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
on Saturday 2 to 3 p.m. and 3:30
to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday will be
attended by rushees.
Plans for the next three days
include another change in pace, as
these parties will be given out-
doors, if the weather permits, with
coeds wearing their oldest and

most comfortable clothes, such as
slacks, blue jeans and shirts.
AN INTRODUCTION to sorority
meals is on the agenda for these
parties, and two supper parties will
be given by each house with ham-
burgers, hot dogs, and box lunches
being served picnic style. Rushees
will be entertained by games and
sorority singing.
High point in the two-week
rushing program will be final
desserts, to take place on Thurs-
day, Oct. 1 and Friday, Oct. 2.
A party is scheduled each night
from 7:30 to 9:30.
Since these are two hours long,
coeds will have a chance to mee
most of the actives in. the houses
they are rushing. Coeds will at-
tend one house on each night of
final desserts.
THESE ARE dressy parties, as
in the third round, and rushees
will be entertained by singing the
chapter songs.
Saturday, Oct. 3, is planned as
a day of welcome rest after the
rounds and immediately before re-
ceiving bids, which will be given
out at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4 in
the League.
Pledges will then go to their new
houses and be welcomed by actives
and alumnae.
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West Quadrangle men have sur-
vived the female invasion of their
stronghold with few losses.
Shock suffered by the Quad
residents after finding women en-
trenched in their building for the
first time in history already is
wearing off.

HAROLD S. TRICK
711 North University 902 South State
the original saddle oxford
with the distinctive "tapered toe"
Spalding's saddle oxford is still walking away
with top honors. Not just the co-eds, but every
busy, comfort-craving young woman wants the
Spalding classic. A soft, tapered toe is one reason
for its tremendous popularity, and you'll love
the way it stands up under wear and tear! It's in
brown and white or black and white.
$99S

MANY OF THE men have, in
fact, expressed the opinion that
"It looks like this will turn out
to bea very interesting experi-
ment."
Conversion of the Quad's Chi-
cago House into a women's resi-
dence was necessary because of
an unexpected increase in the1
number of freshmen women en-'
rolled in the University.
The women are adapting to life
here rapidly, housemother Mrs.
Lois Kemp said, in expressing the
opinion that everything would
work out normally.
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THESE COEDS, half freshmen
and half transfer students havei
begun organizing the house into aI
working body. Election of officers '
will be held later in the week.
The men, too, have started in-
cluding the women in Quad acti-
vities. Two Chicago House resi-
dents have been invited to oc-
cupy seats on the West Quadt
Council.
Exchange dinners, which are for1
most houses a "once in a while af-t
fair," have become everyday events
in the Quad. Women may eat in
any of the dining rooms if escorted.,
IN A RECIPROCAL agreement,
coeds may also invite residents to
eat in the Chicago House diningf
room.
Commenting on the new plan,
one of the Quad "old guard" de-
cided that his table mannerst
needed improvement and this
"sure is a fine opportunity to
practice them."1
One of the ousted Chicagot
House men, however, has a veryt
pessimistic attitude, calling the
change a "sad incident." Although
agreeing that the women might

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TENNIS CLUB-The first meet-
ing of the W.A.A. Tennis Club will
be held at 5 p.m. today at the
W. A. B. All coeds interested in the
sport are invited by tennis man-
ager Joan Hyman to attend.
* * *
DORM COUNCIL-There will be
a coffee hour for all representa-
tives on the Assembly Dormitory
Council at 4 today in the League.
All members are required to at-
tend.
* * *
HILLEL -- Sukkoth Services,
commemorpting the last of the
festivals of the Jewish New Year,
will be held at 7 p.m. tonight and
tomorrow evening and at 8 a.m.
tomorrow and Friday at the Hillel
Building. Refreshments will be
served in the traditional sukkah
or booth.
HILLEL - According to Hillel
President, Dan Fogel, anyone in-
terested in eating kosher meals
this semester should call 3-4129.
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add a little color to the Quad, he
also decided that they might add
"a little trouble, too."
Having to go along with the "so-
called experiment" at the present
time, he expressed the hope that
the house might again be returned
to a male domain in the future.
Assembly Opens
Fortnite Positionsj
To EligibleCoeds F
Petitioning for the independent
women's Fortnite will open Sept.
30 and will continue through Oc-
tober 9, with interviews starting
on October 2.
Assembly Association is accept-
ing petitions for several posts for
the annual skitfest to be held onI
Nov. 23 this year.
Among. the open positions are
general chairman, awards chair-
man, decorations chairman, pa-
trons chairman, program chair-
man, publicity chairman and skits
chairman.
Any independent woman is eli-
gible to petition if she lives in a
dormitory, league house, private
home or co-operative house.
Fortnite is an evening's program
which honors independent coeds
for outstanding achievements in
scholarship and extra-curricular
activities.
A scholarship cup is awarded to
the house that has attained the
highest scholarship average dur-
ing the past year.I
Included in the program is the
installation of house presidents,
with the presidents being introduc-
ed to the audience and given their
official house president's pin.
Climaxing the evening is a series
of skits planned and presented by
Fs each house group. Competition
runs high, and at the end of the
three-minute skits the judges an-

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