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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1916.
Night Editor-I). I. Cruttenden
Do you dance?
If you do the university senate has
something to say to you. Its recent
ruling includes essentially the follow-
1. No uni ersity organization shall,
hold dances in term-time on other than1
Friday or Saturday+ night.,
2. Only recognized organizations
shall give dances.
Last year there was probably too
much dancing. It became a craze.
Studies suffered from too much danc-
ing, and the slump that athletics took
has been attributed to it.
Students themselves practically
brought on the new laws against ex-
cessive dancing through petitions from
the student council, the women's
judiciary council, 11 sororities, nu-
merous fraternities, and several prom-
inent students petitioning individually.
Faculty and students are trying to
co-operate for a better University. This,
year athletic prospects are bright. The
dance halls seem to be partially de-
serted for the athletic field and the
study room. Students can continue to
aid in a general improvement by liv-
ing up to the new rules on university
I -preaches this
7 .~ morning on
T "The Red, White and Blue"
Independent Girls' club will hold
election of officers Monday evening, at
7 o'clock, in Barbour gymnasium.
Dancing will follow the meeting. All
independent girls except freshmen are
elegible to membership.
Junior and senior hockey teams will
meet Tuesday afternoon.
All girls wishing work register with
Dean Jordan at once.
Glee club tryouts will be held Mon-
day afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock in
room 7 of the School of Music. Mando-
lin club tryouts will be held Monday
afternoon from 5 to 6 o'clock in the
Junior girls will meet with Prof. J.
R. Brumm Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock in Barbour gymnasium to dis-
cuss scenarios for the junior girls' play
Girls who wish to write lyrics are
also asked to attend.
All Women's League pledges due be-
fore November 1 must be paid at the
table in the Library Tuesday.
RAY BASSETT WILL LECTURE ON
"PROBLEMS IN CITY PLANNING"
Ray E. Bassett, city forester and
superintendent of parks, will deliver
an address on "Problems in City Plan-
ning" before a class in social service
at the Congregational church at 12
This is the second of a series of 23
lectures to be given before the class
by prominent university officials, city
officials and park men from Detroit.
Everyone interested in this line is
cordially invited to attend, and join the
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#American. Cities by Prof. W. L.
Schurz, to which the public is in-
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CAMPUS DANCES MUST CONFORM
TO RULES BY COMMITTEE ON
Prof. Louis A. Strauss, chairman of
the committee on student affairs, pub-
lished the following report in a re-
cent issue of The Michigan Alumnus:
Regulations Concerning Campus
1. No university organization shall
hold dances during term-time on other
than Friday or Saturday night, or the
night preceding a University holiday.
2. No student dances shall be con-
ducted at any time by individual stu-
dents, or by groups of students not
constituting recognized organizations.
Attendance upon dances promoted pri-e
marily for revenue purposes by per-
sons not concerned with the Univer-
sity shall be discouraged.
3. Saturday night dances shall close
not later than midnight.
4. Friday night dances and dances
on nights'preceding holidays shall
close not, later than 1 o'clock, except
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Senior Reception, as the most im-
portant dances of the year, may by
special permission of the committee
on student affairs, continue until 3
b.Certain special dances may, by
special permission of the committee
on student affairs, be permitted to
continue until 2 o'clock.
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