Caption: Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961
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i i he National Mother 1 >a\ ll ghlighi r|,r \ p.;N thc S| Mi c«I. Mdif.nN Hoi lh) | d | A lui m, a (rice (!Iub m i and the i ; nj the ^ fa; en, (v. j n ,,;,,.. i rh( w li the toi att< I the .mm ( ! : ;,n, n f v ;, M he s \ ntion, h " ' l ' iti kind, th tl M Vsso n spons,)! foui scholarship ni thc Dad'i **oc • , ;, statewide n etii \ foi prospective itudeni id th( mi and i other i rts benefitin the student I Ml moth s and n 1 ni\ ir\ students at I frbana automatic n |. ributin memfo • paj a nominal annual J to supp< the A <> ri'g ties UNIVERSITY SONGS All [llini stand and men remove their hats when "Illinois Loj 1. Mini always rise for the loyalty song oi a visiting I. Perhaps the most popular among Illinois son > the- me!odi< // ///
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() : a traditional pep song is Oski Wo ll <> ind the srirrin the Illini hails the entrance of Chief Illiniwek. Words to these son s are given on hack rover. BLOCK I T w o student cheering sections perform during hali time at home football s. One group is located in the East Stand, the other in the ^ I Hal of Memorial Stadium. By flashing colored cards, on ial. th :i patten pictures, and scenes for the enjoyment of the football crowd. ILLIBUCK
The original Illibuck was a live turtle: now deceased, he h
by a wooden replica of the original. Illibuck is given each j in hall ceremonies, to the school that won the previous year's Illinois ( )hi ate game. Custodians are Sachem (at Illinois) and Bucket and Dip| r it State), junior men's activities honoraries. PEP RALLIES Pep rallies are held each Friday night before a home f thai I ime. < DANCES Although the dances of most interest to you may be the ones planned held in houses and halls, traditional campus "big dances" also are stan many students' social calendars. In the fall, these include the Fall Registration Dance and the Home
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Dance, both sponsored by the Mini Union; the Men's Residence Halls \ im (MRHA) Ball, and the Men's Independent Association-^ men's G tern (MIA-WC/S) Ball, sponsored by these housing mps, Spring dances are St. Pat's Ball, held each March to climax Engineerin Open House; Greek Ball, sponsored by Panhellenic and Interfraternin Core ; the Plowboy Prom, given by agriculture students to climax the Farm am Home Festival; and the Union's Spring Registration Dance.
MERC Week, "Men's Economic Recover) Week." is one week out oi the r when University of Illinois women do the asking, planning, and j \-in or date . In a turn about oi the usual courtesies, the girls light the men's ei^ar o| n doors, and escort them home at the vn^ of the eveninc
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Twilight Hand concerts have been a delight for students, faculty, ami the ommunii at large since 1900. The concerts by various units oi the Univei \