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Informal Atmosphere To Prevail
At Hatchers' Monthly Open House

For the first time this year, Pres-
ident and Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher
will hold an Open House from 4 to
6 p.m. at their home.
Honored guests for the occasion
will ,be all University freshmen.
Other special guests include Delta
Delta Delta, Beta Theta Pi, Zeta
Psi, and Delta Sigma Delta.
Also honored will be Cooley
House, Hayden House, Prescott
House, Strauss House, Hinsdale
House and Baker League House.
Informality Stressed
Stressing an informal atmos-
phere, these open houses provide
an opportunity for all students to
meet President and Mrs. Hatcher
and see their home.
One of the many projects spon-
sored Jointly by the Union and the
'k League, the open house is being
arranged by Grace Ritow and Dor-
othy Clarkston of the League, and
Bob Blossey and Jim Levin of the
A Hatcher Open House will be
held once each month throughout
the coming year. This tradition
was begun by President Alexander
G. Ruthven
Hatcher Pourers
Pourers for the open house are
Mrs. Dorothy A. Frost, Delta Delta
Delta; Mrs. Charles Lobdell, Hay-
den House; Miss Ethel A., McCor-
mick, League; Mrs. M. R. Mead,
International Center; Mrs. Loretta
S. Dornan, Cooley House; Mrs.
Walter B. Rea and Dean Deborah
Also pouring are Mrs. Eva Mc-
Kinsey, Strauss House; Mrs. Ruth
J. Hawthorne, Hinsdale House;
Mrs. Phyllis Davis, International
Center; Miss Margaret Sloman,
Prescott House and Mrs. James
Tupper of the League.
BaZaar Postponed
' The International Bazaar sched-
uled for today and tomorrow has
been postponed until December.
Sponsored by the International
Center, the Bazaar offers for sale
items foreign students have taken
from their native lands. In the past
such items as scarfs, china, pot-
tery, handkerchiefs and clothes
have been on sale.

'U' Students
To Celebrate
Turkish Day
Dinner, Dance, Tea
To Commemorate
Historical Occasion
Turkish students on campus will
celebrate their country's Independ-
ence Day Friday, Oct. 29, with an
exchange dinner, international tea
and "Turkish Nights" dance.
The history of this celebration
began when the Ottoman Empire
combined forces with Germany in
1914 to fight the allies. As a result
of World War I, the Ottoman Em-
pire was forced to surrender in
According to the Serve Treaty of
Paris between the Ottoman Empire
and the allies, the Empire was di-
vided into seven parts. Each ally
received a portion and the land
that remained was known as Tur-
key. This treaty was approved by
the Ottoman rulers.
Nationalistic feeling was stirred
up against the Sultan and his cabi-
net by the treaty.
Hero of Dardenelles
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was the
Turkish hero of the Dardenelle
battle against the British. In 1919
he escaped from Istanbul to Ana-
tolia .to organize a movement
against the allies who were occu-
pying the land which at one time
belonged to Turkey.
While in Anatolia, Ataturk sent
a message to the Sultan saying, "I,
am no more a general on your
staff, but a mere Turkish demo-
cratic citizen." This message along
with the careful resistance planned
by Ataturk set off the Turkish re-
volt against the Ottoman Empire
and the foreign allied forces in
Independence Day
By October 29, 1923, Ataturk had
cleared all of Turkey of foreign
allies and of theNOttoman rulers.
On that day the New Turkish Re-
public was declared and the pres-
ent constitution was established.
This historic event is celebrated
by military parades, holiday feasts,
and by a review of the past days of
hardships and glory.

chairman of the caps and gowns
Mr. Korfhage is affiliated with
Phi, Kappa Sigma. After gradua-
tion from the College of Engineer-
ing, he was employed in Hartford,
Conn. At present he is in graduate
school and is a teaching fellow in
A spring wedding is planned.
The engagement of Sandra
Kathleen Stone to Frederick Nor-
man Garber, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Garber of Detroit, was an-
nounced recently by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stone of De-
Miss Stone is a graduate of the
University in medical technology.
Mr. Garber graduated from the.

University of Detroit and is at
present a junior in the School of
Dentistry at the University. He is
president of Alpha Omega den-
tal fraternity.
The wedding will take place Dec.
21 in Detroit.
* * * *
Holley - Browne
The engagement of Carol Holley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
Holley of Dearborn, to Donald
Browne, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Browne of Alpena, was announced
Miss Holley is a senior in the
College of Architecture and Design.
She is affiliated with Alpha Delta
Mr. Browne is a senior in the
music school and is a member of
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Parents Announce Recent Fall Engagements


-Daily-Dick Gaskill
CAMPUS TALK-Dorothy Clarkston, Bob Blossey, Grace Ritow,
and Jim Levin are informally discussing plans for the first all
campus Open House with President Harlan H. Hatcher. This
event will honor freshmen, several fraternities, dorms and league
houses. Open Houses are held every month at the Hatcher home.
Professional Acts Featured
In Previous Varsity Nights

Leavy - Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leavy of
Flint, recently announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Nan
Jeanette Leavy, to Second Lieut.
G. William Myers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Myers of Mil-
Miss Leavy is a senior in the
School of Nursing. She is affili-
ated with Phi Kappa Phi and Sen-
ior Society.
Second Lieut. Myers graduated
from the University last June,
when he received an A.B. degree
in pre-law. He is affiliated with
Beta Theta Pi and Phi Beta Kappa.
No definite wedding plans have
been made.
WiIlard- Korfhage
At dinner at the Collegiate Soror-
sis sorority house, the engagement
of Ann Hobart Willard, daughter
of Prof. and Mrs. Hobart H. Wil-
lard of Ann Arbor, to Robert Roy
Korfhage, son of Dr. and Mrs. Roy
F. Korfhage of Milwaukee, Wis.
was announced recently.
Miss Willard graduated from the
literary college last June. She was
a member of Collegiate Sororsis
and served on Senior Board as co-

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come out after dark!

The sixteenth annual Varsity
Night, sponsored by the University
Bands, will be presented at 8:15
p.m. Friday, Oct. 29 in Hill Audi-
The first Varsity Night was pre-
sented in 1939 as the result of a
"brainstorm" of Ernest Jones who
was at that time student manager
of the band and an editor on The
Headlining*last year's show were
two professional acts, Gregory and
Cherie who produced melodies
from an unusual assortment of
household equipment and Karrell


Fox, a magician, known as the
"King of Korn."
Football Greats
Announcers Steve Filipiak and
Bill Fleming were also on hand to
introduce numbers. Football greats
Bob Chappius and Al Wistert made
guest appearances.
In 1952 Joe Gentile and Ralph
Bingay, a comic team for nine-
teen years, appeared in a spotlight
role as they co-emceed with Paul
"Dizzy" Trout and added a little
clowning to the show.
. Varsity Night in 1951 featured
Trout as master of ceremonies.
In this year's program several
members of the School of Music
faculty will take part in Varsity
Night. Cellist instructor Oliver
Edel and violinist Robert Courte
will present a comedy skit. A se-
lection of bar room ballads will be
presented by faculty members Har-
old 'Haugh, tenor, and John Flow-
ers, accompanying him at the pi-
Steve Filipiak of radio station
WHRV in Ann Arbor and Marty
McNeeley, disc jockey from sta-
tion WJR in Detroit, will emcee
this year's program of talent.
Proceeds from the annual Var-
sity Nights are used to help fi-
nance out-of-town trips for the Uni-
versity of Michigan Bands.

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Events Around Campus


for the homecoming dance to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day will be on sale from 10 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. today through Friday
at the Administration Building and
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Di-
* * *
SCROLL-Scroll will hold a din-
ner meeting at 5:30 p.m. today in
the League.
* * *
PANHEL BALL-An important
meeting of the Panhel Ball pub-

licity committee will be held at
4:30 p.m. today in the League.
VOLLEYBALL - The following
games will be played in the volley-
ball tournament: At 5:10 p.m. to-
morrow-Alpha Xi Delta vs. Klein-
stueck I; Delta Delta Delta vs.
Kleinstueck II; At 7:15 p.m.-Chi-
cago vs. Freeman and Fletcher vs.
Pi Beta Phi I.
* * *
the regular League council meet-
ing, a coffee hour between the
League Council members and the
Buro-Cats was held yesterday.





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