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THE

T~lE WIGEAN fDAILY

('M' Drills Take All Week'

Senate Hears
Exam Plan,1
Charity Fund
Wednesday afternoon the League
heard reports presented by Ron-
ald Gregg, '60, on the proposed
Honor Code for Examinations in
the Literary College and Joe Sher-
man, '59BAd, on Campus Chest.
Gregg, chairman of the faculty-
student committee set up to look]
into the feasibility of the honor]
code said they 1) tried to find out
whether the code would work and
2) determine the best method to
carry out an adequate system. N
Objectives
He listed the five objectives of
an Honor System: i) To encourage
and promote the strong sense of
responsibility in the individual
student 2) To give realistic train-
ing to students ,through self-disci-
pline. 3) To strengthen self gov-
ernment of students, as the stu-
dents would decide the infractions
themselves. 4)To promote better
scholarships by each student doing
his own work. 5) To insure an at-
mosphere less likely to have ten-
'sion connected with proctoring.
Campus Chest
Sherman reported that the in-
terest and awareness of Campus
Chest was gratifying, but that "we
fell down in several areas."°
He specified weak areas: admin-
istration of the drive, shortage of
manpower, education, lack of soli-
citation of unorganized housing
and the fraternity collections.
Attitudes were partially respon-
sible he felt. It is hard to have a
successful drive and not put the
students under undue 'stress, he
added.

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By ANN EICHLER
Grab your partner and promenade all..,..
Tomorrow night Scott House, South Quad, will have a square
dance with Grey Austin calling. Tonight Gilbert and Sullivan will
have square dances and tomorrow Psi Omega will take their turn.
Costumed figures will "find" their ways to the Chi Phi and Delta
Theta Phi houses tomorrow night dressed in an array of nightclothes
for pajama parties, and those in attire imitating that of the comic
strip characters from Dogpatch will go to the Alpha Tau Omega house.
Chi Omega girls and their dates will cress tonight as hunters making
their ways through the jungle.
Allen Rumsey and Chicago houses will sponsor record dances to-
night, and residents of Gomberg house and their dates will dance to
"songs on the discs" tomorrow. Ray Euker's Band will play music for
Kappa Alpha Psi pledge class dance.
Ping pong, dancing, and refreshments will be found tomorrow
night at the Huber house party at the Fresh Air Camp, while Sunday
the Phi Delta Phi will have a dinner-party.
Nu Sigma Nu will have an open house tomorrow. Other houses on
campus having parties will be Trigon, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Tau'
Delta and'Strauss house.
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Friday Evening Service
Hillel Foundation
Friday, Nov. 8, 7:30 P.M., Chapel
Dedicated to INTERNATIONAL WEEK
1429 Hill Street
Miss Amber Van, Protestant Counselor for Internat
Students, will speak on "The World at Our Doorst
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ON PAPER
... plans for the stunts are set up.

BLOCK 'M'-In action the cowboy stunt looks like this.

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ady . . . up . . . one, two,
.. down.
lowing these instructions each
, 1,305 students in Block "M"
tain football audiences at
time with ingenious flash-
stunts.
ck "M," sponsored by Wolver-
Dlub is matched in perform-
.only by a number of West
t schools.
e preparations for this half-
exhibition entail many hours
from students. Work begins
Tuesday night. At the Block
Central Committee meeting',
s used the previous week are
wed.,
Use Rolling Tricks
novations proposed are dis-
d. Rolling tricks -- grod4ing
rut trees and script writing -
ew this-year.
the same meeting, new stunts
International 4
ilversity international stu-
s accompanied by Allan
s, instructor in the English
artment, recently toured
nfield Village and the Ford
urn in Dearborn.
e bus tour, first of the Inter-
nal Center Series, acquainted
gri students with points of
est in this area.

for' the coming week are intro-
ducei. If the stunt receives the
committee's approval, a copy of it
is given- to the productions com-
mittee so that they can prepare
the instruction cards for students
to follow.
Another copy of the stunt is
given to the poster committee.'
They draw up a print of the stuntI
so- that the Block members can
see their formation.
Distribute Copies
A third copy of the stunt is
given to the public relations chair-
man, who prints it in the Block
"M" News. The paper explains.new
stunts and innovations to be used.!
During the remainder of the
week, various committees prepare
for Saturday's program. On Friday
afternoon, the facilities committee
sorts the instructions cards and
capes.
Ten minutes before their half-
time performance, members of the
coordinating committee distribute
the cards and capes to members of
the Block.
As the final products of many
hours of work are seen by football
audiences, two photographers take
color movies and slides of the
Block "M" in action. These pic-
tures can be shown to the public
later in the year.

Block "M" Co-chairmen are
Carolyn Fisher, '58, and Michael
Rolfe, '59. Other members of the
Central Committee are: Judy
Meyers, '60, assistant chairman;
Helen Horwitz, '60, membership
chairman; Sue Sargoy, '59, design
chairman; Virginia Carlton, '60,;
public relations chairman; Gail
Sloan, '60, posters chairman; Carol
Rice, '60, productions chairman;
James Shapiro, '60, co-ordinations
chairman; and Dick Freedman,
'60, facilities chairman.',

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GAY SPAIN-Scenes similar to this bullfight will be seen and
"talked about" Tuesday and Wednesday at travel conferences in
the League.

Travel conferences, sponsored by
the League Orientation Committee,
will be held at. 7:15 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday in the Hussey
Room of the League.
National Student Association
tours will be explained by Linda
Green, '59, chairman of the com-
mittee. Janet Neary, '58, will speak
on the organization of NSA and a
past participant of one of the
tours will tell of her experiences.
The main purpose of the NSA is
to strengthen relations between
European and American students.
Emphasis is placed on relations
with students in the countries
visited.
Promote Good Will
Miss Green explains, "Another
goal is the promotion of good
will and understa'nding with other
countries."
Included in the program will be
a general European film which will
"orient" those attending to the
continent.
"All the tours," Miss Green ex-
plains, "are guided by university
students. Students may leave the
tour whenever they wish, because
we feel that the college student is
mature enough to take the respon-
sibility."
Special tours are arranged for

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those interested in major Euro-
pean music festivals and art
museums. Other tours see five or
six countries, "We 'feel that its
better to see a smaller group and
get to know them better," explains
Miss Green.
"Transportation on the tours is
"by ship," Miss Green adds. Classes
giving the student special orienta-
tion to the countries he will visit
and an introduction to the langu-
age will be held on board.
"We hope to have an orientation'
program for those who go here on
campus in the spring-with the
help of International students,"
Miss Green said.

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