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ATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1941
Two Colleges Featured Singers For J-Hop
Offer Women 'Sweet Night' To A&

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Pembroke, Bryn Mawr Offer
Scholarships And Fellowships
To Qualified Graduate Women
Notices of scholarships and fellow-
ships, offered by Pembroke College
in Brown University and by Bryn
Mawr College, have been received by
the Office of the Dean. These are
open to qualified women graduates
of any American college or univer-
sity.
The fellowship offered by Pem-
broke College amounts to at least
one thousand dollars, to be used here
or abroad. Applicants are expected'
to have completed the equivalent of
two years of graduate work and must
give promise of distinction. Appli-
cations for this fellowship should be
addressed to the Dean of Graduate
School of Brown University before
March 1 of the year preceding that
for which the fellowship is asked.
49 Awards Offered
Bryn Mawr College is offering 49
fellowships and scholarships. The
20 resident fellowships are valued at
$860 each, and cover work in eigh-
teen fields of study. .'These are open
to women who have already complet-
ed a year of graduate study.
Twenty resident scholarships, val-
ued at $400, are open to any woman
who has graduated from an approved
college or university. These scholar-
ships . and six other. non-resident
ones, valued at $250, are offered in
any of the fields for which the fel-
lowships are offered.
Deadline To Be March 1
Bryn Mawr has also announced
two scholarships, at $400 each, in
the field of political science, and
one, valued at $300, in the field of
social economy and research.
Applications must be made by
March 1, to the Dean of the Grad-
uate School, Bryn Mawr College.
ONE CE N T
for 4 hours of light on your
The light of two 60-watt lamps on your
dressing table costs only about one cent
for 4 hours. Be SURE you have good
lighting . . measure it with a Light
Meter. Call any Detroit Edison office.

More than a small part of the ver-
satility accredited to Gene Krupa'sl
orchestra is attributable to his fea-
tured singers-Irene Day and How-
ard Dulaney, youthful interpreters of
modern melody..
Known for his ability virtually to
put on a floor show at his personal
appearances. Krupa will bring his
band's vocal assets to Ann Arbor .Feb.
15, when he will play at the first
night, the "sweet night" of J-Hop.
Sang In Glee Club
Miss Daye, "Lovely Lady of Song,"
made her strictly informal debut in
Lawrence, Mass., where she worried
a high school glee club instructress
with torrid renditions of foprano
parts. The youthful artist is known
for her "smooth" arrangements of
tunes; blond and beautiful, she is
compelling in her emotional appeal.
The lady songstress has two am-
bitions: to be the featured artist on
a commercial radio program, and to
be the star in a Broadway musical.
Although she claims that nothing un-'
usual ever happens to red-letter a
particular day, Miss Daye has some
odd stories to relate concerning shoes,
beerjackets, and automobile fenders
that were conveyed to the orchestra
stand for the purpose of being auto-.
graphed./
a His Fans Are Many
Howard Dulaney has feminine fans
located in large quantities through-
out the country. He was recently
voted the favorite male vocalist by
three national college sororities, and
several girls' schools. Smith, Welles-
ley, and Cornell, along with other
colleges, have rocketed the young bal-
lad singer to the top brackets.
His first recording with Krupa's
band, "Sierra Sue" immediately took
a prominent place among the more
popular discs; ever since his attach-
ment to Krupa's outfit, he has been
Martha Cook Holds
Annual Dance Event;
Mosher Has Formal
Martha Cook dormitory held their
annual formal supper dance from
9:30 to 1 a.m. yesterday and not an
informal dance as was erroneously
stated.
Red, white and blue decorations
furnished the setting for the affair'
and Max Croaman's orchestra furn-
ished the music for dancing. Mr. and'
Mrs. John Kollen, Mrs. Leona Die-
kema and Miss Sarah Rowe acted
as chaperons.
Members of Mosher also held a
formal danceifrom 9 p.m. to .1 a.m.
last night. Bill Gail and his orches-
tra furnished the music and Miss
Louise Larrabee, Mrs. Frederick'
Klein, Miss Jeanette Perry and Mrs.
Byrl Bacher were the chaperons.

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League Offers Weekend Will Reach Climax
Junior Women With Dances Snow
Scholarships Even though slush, slush, and more
slush, seem to be the weatherman's at the Phi Rho Sigm
Petitioning For Annual Awards order for this weekend, several in- chaperoned by Mr. an
Wdomitable people have planned snow Skippy and Mr. and
Will Begin Tuesday At League; parties and it is to be hoped that Deming, while Phi Si
Activities, Character, important Jack Frost does his duty so plans act accordingly with
won't have to be changed!
Petitioning for the three $100 Ethel Acacia doesn't have to worry how- which Mr. and Mrs.
McCormick scholarships, awarded ever, because they have decided to and Mr. and Mrs. G
each year to outstanding junior wo- have a hard times dance with Art of Detroit, will act as
eh year tog ousJandig.nior 2o nBarry and his orchestra from 9 p.m. Outdoor Parties
men, will begin Tuesday, Jan. 2 and .to midnight, with Mr. and Mrs. C. Pi Bta Phi will en
continue through Friday, Jan. 31 inj R. Pryce and Mr. and. Mrs. Marvin with a dance to be he
the Undergraduate Office of the Niehuss acting as chaperons. There to midnight and whici
League where petition blanks may be will be a radio dance at the Alpha eroned by Mr. and Mi
obtained. Chi Sigma house froni 9 to 12 p.m. shall and Mr. and Mr;
also, and Prof. Leigh C. Anderson The backyard of th
The scholarships will be granted, and Prof. Joseph 0. Halford will horse his een flcd

Parties
a house to be
d Mrs. Norman
Mrs. Richard
gma Delta will
a dance at
Joseph Jacobs
eorge Willens,
chaperons.
Planned
tertain tonight
ld from 9 p.m.
h will be chap-
rs. W. V. Mar-
s. Lewis Gram.
e Psi Upsilon
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Hoagland Introduces
Zwick's New Song
lFc t ure((I number on the1(,mutsicA
program presented by Everett Hoag-
land and his Orchestra at the an-
nual wimer Engineering Ball last
nmh was a song written by Charles
Zwick. a former student and band
leader here.
Zwiek's sung. 'Ive Only Been
Dreaming Again was published only
a fewv days ago.
ONE CENT
for 4 hours of light over your
KITCHEN SINK
A 100-watt lamp provides good
working light over your kitchen
sink for4 houtrs at a cost of only
one cent. Call any Detroit Edi-
son office for helpful lighting
suggestions.

IRENE DAYE

one of the vocal mainstays
band, along with Irene Daye.

of the

Three Recent
Engagements
Made Known
There have been several engage-
ments announced recently.
At a dinner party on Christmas
Day, Mrs. Beatrice M. Lubin of Bel-
mar, New Jersey, announced the en-
gagement of her daughter Muriel,
'40, to Harold R. Goldman, '40, son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Goldman, of
Utica, New- York. While on campus
Miss Lubin was a member of Alpha
Kappa Delta, honorary sociological
fraternity, and was graduated with
distinction. Mr. Goldman was affil-
iated with Phi Sigma Delta of which
he was president his senior year. He
also served as chairman of finance
on the Senior Ball Committee of
1940.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thompson of
Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Jean Isabel, '40, to Rob-
ert P. Piotrowski, '39P, son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. P. Piotrowski of Manis-
tee. Miss Thompson is a member of
Alpha Xi Delta and has been trea-
surer of Panhellenic. Mr. Piotrow-
ski is affiliated with Kappa Sigma.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barrows of Ann
Arbor, announced the engagement of
their daughter, Virginia, '41, to
James E. Lau, '41F&C, son of Dr.
and Mrs. C. D. Lau, of Hollywood,
Calif. Miss Barrows was president
of Crop and Saddle. Mr. Lau is a
member of the Forestry Club and
is on the Senior Ball Committee.

on the basis of (1) ability and lead-
ership as exemplified by participa-
tion ih the women's activities under
the merit system, (2) character, (3)
scholarship that complies with the
University eligibility regulations, and
(4) need.
Council To Interview
Judiciary Council will interview
those who have petitioned by ap-
pointment during the first part of
the second semester. The names of
the women to receive the scholar-
ships will then be announced at In-;
sallation Banquet.
The McCormick scholarship fund
is supported by the student activities
of the League with each class pro-
ject contributing a large percentage
of its earnings to this fund. In ad-
dition to the questions asked each
petitionee on the application blank,
two letters of recommendation con-
cerning the applicant's life and char-I
acter are requested.
Information Asked
Each applicant is asked on her
application blank for informationi
about any honors or awards received
previously, her extracurricular ac-
tivities and how her years in school
have been financed. Each women
must also write a brief statement re-
garding her plans for the future and
what kind of work she wishes to do
after the completion of her college
course.
The winners of the scholarships
last year were Doris Merker, '41. Jean
Maxted, '41, and Patricia Walpole,
Pre pare Now
To Enjoy Next
Ski Weather
If you are like the typical Mich-
igan co-ed, the recent snow has left
you with a desire, aroused by the
sight of many skiers trudging "Ar-
boretum-wards", to prepare yourself
to enjoy the next snowstorm.

chaperon this party.
Radio Dances Featured
Kappa Sigma follows suit with a
dance to be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Griffith and Mr. and Mrs.
A.F. Peterson, of Brighton, and Lamb-
da Chi Alpha will hold an informal
radio dance tonight with Dr. and
Mrs. Floyd Hartmann and Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Prasil as chaperons.
There will be another radio dance
Term Sewing
To Be Finished
Red Cross Sudent Workroom
Will Be Open All Day At WAB
The Student Workroom of the Red
Cross will be open for the last time
this semester from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
today at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
The sewing project will be resumed
with the opening of the new school
semester, at which time the building
will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
each Saturday.
All women are invited to attend to-
day's meeting which will be contin-
uous throughout the day, including
the noon hour. No sewing experience
is required of those who wish to par-
ticipate in the work program of the
Red Cross. Instructions for both vet-
eran seamstresses and novice pinners
will be available.
Delta Gamma's donation's will pay
the upkeep of the sewing machines.

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LIVoC IU6UUVI lvved t1QLs mem-
bers are hoping for cold weather so
that they will be able to hold an in-
formal dance and skating party to-
night. The chaperons for this affair
will be Dr. and Mrs. George Rich-
ardson, Mrs. Frances Newton and
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mitchell.
Sigma Alpha Mu has planned a
tobogganing party to be held at Hur-
on Hills Country Cluub from 9 p.m.
to 12 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gold-
man Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Goldman will chaperon the festivity,

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