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October 05, 1956 - Image 5

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-Daily-Larry Carbonelli
BOY, BUT IT'S FUN - An annual event, or attempted event,
each year is the painting of the Engine Arch by students from
that other school - Michigan State. Also part of this weekend's
festivities is the "Golden Rule Ball" from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomor-
row in the Union Ballroom.
Statues Will Appear
YAt'Golden Rule Ball'

Places for You and Your Date
To Go This Weekend
"The Belles of St. Trinians",
starring Alastair Sim and Joyce
Grenfell, is the featured attraction
at 7 and 9 p.m. tonight at the
Architecture Auditorium. Cinema
Guild offers for its second show
of the weekend, Alec Guinness in
"The Detective" at 7 and 9 p.m.
tomorrow and 8 p.m. Sunday.
The Men's Union is sponsoring a
duplicate bridge tournament at
7:30 p.m. tonight on the third floor
of the Union. There will be a sep-
arate tournament for beginners,
with Mrs. Walter MacLean pro-
viding the instruction.
Tex Beneke and his orchestra
are in town at 9:15 p.m. tonight
in Hill Auditorium to present a
concert, "Music in the Mood." Be-
sides bringing instrumentalists,
Beneke is providing vocal enter-
tainment in the person of Nancy
Drew. He will also have with him
comedian Bobby Sherman. Tickets
for the concert are available-from
1 to 5 p.m. today at Window C of
the Administration Building and
at the Hill Auditorium Box Office.
* * *
Rushing will be over and books
will be set aside tomorrow when
coeds and their dates attend the
"Bermuda- Bounce" to be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight in the
League Ballroom. Dressed in Ber-
muda short outfits, to fit in with
the mood of the evening, Paul Bro-
die and his band will be on hand to
provide music for dancing.
Co-chairmen of the dance, Nan-
cy Murphy and Connie Hill stated
that intermission will have an
added attraction. A king and
queen will be crowned at the "Ber-
muda Bounce" in the early part of
the evening. The contestants will
be judged on their dancing skills
and the effectiveness of their Ber-
muda outfits. Winners will be
suitably honored with silver
crowns and this event will be fol-
lowed by the Spanish tradition of
breaking a "pinata" full of candy,
on the floor. Who will be the lucky
couple to be crowned king and
queen of the Bermuda Bounce?
Hillel will open it's doors once
again for their second Supper
Club at 6 p.m. Sunday. Refresh-
ments will include corn beef sand-
wiches, salads and cokes.

Spectators Add Color to Games

The same Ann Arbor streets that
swarm with class-bound students
during the week will be filled to-
morrow with a more colorful
crowd surging to a common desti-
On this and five more Saturdays
the minds of Michiganites will be
at their most uniform level. The
object that provides the stimulus
for this bond of thought is no oth-
er than the most celebrated of the
University's extra-curricular acti-
vities - football games.
The color and excitement of any
Michigan football game begins
long before 22 muscular men
clutch a piece of inflated pigskin,
line up on the cultivated green and,
prepare to patriotically fight for
the honor and glory of the old
alma mater.
Spirit Begins With Rally
That football feeling will be in
the air tonight at the traditional
pep rally organized to herald the
athletic rivalry that follows in the
stadium the next afternoon.
Flaming torches that cast eerie
shadows on the crowd, thundering
band music and the frenzied
shouts of cheerleaders and enthu-
League Will Begin
Dancing Lessons
For Men, Women
League dance classes will start
Tuesday and Wednesday, with be-
ginning singles lessons at 7 p.m.
and intermediate couples classes
at 8:30 p.m. both evenings in the
League Ballroom.
According to Jan O'Brien, dance
class chairman, no more tickets
are available for the beginning
singles classes for this semester.
However, there are tickets for the
intermediate couples classes for
either the Tuesday or Wednesday
night classes.
These tickets may be picked up
in the Undergraduate Office of the
League as long as they last. A
small fee is charged men who are
interested in the lessons, while
coeds are admitted free.
Members of last year's exhibition
class will hold their first meeting
at 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 in
the League.

siastic supporters will serve to Stand after stand of food and
work the gathered populus to a colorful souvenirs, manned by en-
pre-game climax of excitement. ergetic barkers, lines the final as-
Traffic on pre-game mornings cent to the stadium.
turns inevitably into a chaotic Wtihin minutes, 100,000 people
state, as hundreds of relatives and are jammed into the hard wooden
old grads stream into Ann Arbor. benches, the band has pranced
Excitement Reigns through its pre-game formations
In residence halls, fraternity and andrhenafterbout's>ormalenter-
sorority houses one feels thetanment is about to begin.
soi houses, on feelsn she- But to the veteran fan, the spec-
tense air, anticipation of some- tators are often more interestingG
thing exciting soon to come. than the game itself.
Shouts and laughter mingled
with the clangs of cow bells and-
other noise-making parapherna- M ich i f ish and M ich i f ins
lia echo across campus as students Coeds who are interested in
prepare for mass immigration to joining Michifish or Michifins
the huge stadium. are encouraged by Judy Sha-
Young and old flock down the gron, club manager, to begin
multitude of tree-lined streets in practicing on the skills and
an ordinarily quiet residential strokes for the tryouts to be
sections. On the football days held 8:10 p.m. Wednesday atI
these streets become a soundboard the Women's Pool.
for amateur parking lot attendants The tests include swimming
and food vendors, the front crawl, back stroke,
All members of many families side stroke on both sides and
participate in the game of at- breast stroke, as well as the
tempting to persuade any motor- back dolphin and front sur-
ist who has braved the crowds face dive.
thus far that their backyard has
the most attractive parking facili-
ties - for a sizeable fee, too.
Slowly Edge Along
Gradually the crowd makes its
way to the stadium. In the color-
ful mass, one can see members of
the youngest set clutching flags,
balloons and parents' hands, stum-N C E
bling along; students, coming in
groups or couples, some of the men
sporting traditional feathered hats
and that ivy-league look, coeds re-
splendent in bermudas and bright
sweaters; and the alumni, again
rejuvenated, swinging easily along.

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Traditional rivalry between the
University and Michigan State
University will be forgotten at the
"Golden Rule Ball", to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow in
the Union Ballroom.
Red Johnson and his eight-piece
band, a regularly-appearing or-
chestra last year at the Union,
will return to furnish the music.
Theme of the dance, "The
Golden Rule", stems from the
Biblical quotation, "Do unto oth-
ers as you would have others do
unto you."
However, students who still
can't quite seem to "bury the hat-
chet" will have a chance to let
off a little extra steam. At one end
of the Ballroom will be a replica
of Michigan State's Sparty, while
at the other end will be a model of
the Engineering Arch.
Each of these landmarks has
been a target for pre-game paint-
ing parties by each of the rival
Staff Tryouts
Tryouts for the Women's
Staff of The Michigan Daily
will be held at 4 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 12 in the Student Publica-
tions Building, located at 420
Maynard St. behind Newberry
and Barbour dormitories.

schools. Consequently those at-
tending the dance will be well sup-
plied with blue and green chalk,
so that they may be able to fulfill
any long-suppressed wishes of
"painting statues or engine arch-
In the past programs have been
given to each couple with a mini-
ature golden rule on the cover,
patterned after the larger golden
rules which have decorated the
Union officials remarked that
the dance is intended to promote
good feeling between the two uni-
This will be the seventh conse-
cutive year that the Golden Rule
Ball has been staged. The affair
always takes place after the Michi-
gan-Michigan State football game
and is held in Ann Arbor or East
Lansing, depending where the
game was played.
When the joint dance was ori-
ginally planned, skeptics doubted
whether a peaceful atmosphere
could prevail after the battle on
the football field, but in past years,
only friendship has reigned on the
dance floor.
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased immediately before and
during the dance at the entrance
to the ballroom or at the Union
main desk.

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