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November 20, 1941 - Image 5

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Annual Paul




Qala Week-End Begins




Chester Ewing

Groups Hold Dances Tomorrow

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Bands play, couples dance, and
everyone has one grand time as the
longest week-end so far sees another
night of gay parties. With the pre-
Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Day
parties mounting enthusiasm, tomor-
row will top it with eight parties to
be climaxed only by Saturday's game.
Katherine Pickerill House is giv-
ing a house dance from 8:30 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs.
John Winkleman and Miss Dorothy
Pravda will chaperon the dance.
The Kappa Sigmas are also having
a formal from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday
in the Ethel Fountain Hussey room
of the League. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Pishleigh and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Pet-
erson will be guests at the party.
Pi Lambda Phis are giving a
dance at the house from 9:30 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs.
F. Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Kane will chaperon the dance.

For Mary's practicing-

Lambda Chi Alpha is having a for-
mal dance at the house from 10 p.m.
to 1 a.m. tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Steere will be guests of the fraternity.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is holding
its pledge formal at the sorority
house from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomor-
row. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Van
Deuren and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Mann will chaperon the dance.
The Class of 1943 of the School of
Nursing are giving a formal dance at
Couzens Hall from 9:30 to 12:30 to-
morrow. Miss G. DeArmond will be a
guest of the class.
Sigma Phi is giving a dance from
10 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow at the
house. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Can-
non and Mr. and Mrs. George M.
Johnson will chaperon the dance.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is giving a radio
dance at the house from 10 p.m. to
1 a.m. tomorrow. Mrs. Leila Vibert!
and Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Britton will
be guests at the dance.-
Nancy Anne Warner,
Marv V. Hathaway
Betrothals Revealed
Mrs. James T. Warner of Detroit
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Nancy Anne, to Peter A.
Cummins, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter A. Cummins of Detroit, at a
bridge-luncheon held Saturday in
Detroit. The wedding will take place
in May.
Miss Warner is a graduate of Kem-
per Hall, Kenosha, Wis., and attended
the University and the University of
Detroit. Mr. Cummins graduated
from the University of Detroit last
June where he wasa member of Delta
Sigma Pi.
-* * *
Mrs. L. R. Hathaway of Ann Arbor
announces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of her daughter,
Mary Virginia, to Edward Crawford
Echols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Davis of Gottoes, Va.
Miss Hathaway and Mr. Echols at-
tended the University and Mr.'Echols
is a graduate of the University of
Virginia where he is at present work-
ing on his master's degree.



Does Mary hate to practice?
Poor light may have some-
thing to do with it. Give her,
a grand new I.E.S. 3-Lite
Lamp with a 100-200-300-
watt bulb to brighten her
music pages! (See the attrac-
tive new models on display
at your dealer's today. We do
not sell these lamps.) The
Detroit Edison Company.

Taboos Tails,
Tux And Ties
Special Program Will Feature
'Lumberjack Four' And Skits;
Bill Sawyer's Band Will Play
There'll be no sprucing up for the
annual Paul Bunyan "Formal," spon-
sored by the Forestry Club, which
will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Fri-
day, Nov. 28, in the Union ballroom.-
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
provide the rhythms for the only
"formal" informal of the year, which
gets its idea from the fact that Paul
Bunyan, the famed lumberjack,
would frown on anything more for-
mal than old, comfortable attire.
Ewing Is Chairman,
Chester Ewing, '42, chairman of
the dance, has announced that "tux,
tails, and ties are taboo, for the pu-
pose of the dance is to just have fun,
without worrying about the propriety
of the clothing worn."
Assisting the general chairman will
be Jerry Schneider, '42, and Sam Bel-
lanca, '42, co-chairmen of decora-
tions, who have hinted only that
Paul Bunyan will be on hand himself
to see that things go right. Also on
the committee are Bill Hauser, '42,
tickets, Carl Meyer, '43, programs,
Frank Kent, '42, music, Alex Yorman,
'42, house, and Jim Snodgrass, '43,
publicity chairman.
r Program Planned
Tickets may be obtained at the
desks in the League and Union lob-
bies as well as from any forestry
school student. To advertise the
dance, every student in the school
will wear his field clothes all of next
Meyer assures a ,lively program
during dance intermissions which
will include songs by the "Lumber-
jack Four," and skits by members of
the club depicting comical scenes in
the life of Paul Bunyan.
Anyone wearing ties or coats will
be cordially asked to either remove
same or roughen them up a bit.
Ewing stressed again that the more
comfortable the clothes worn the
more fun the dance will be. Infor-
mality at a "formal" will be the
vogue for the Paul Bunyan dance.
J-Hop Dates
'The College Dance Of Year'
Will Be Held Feb. 13 And 14
(Continued from Page 1)
and tails won't have to wait so long
for their dates if Publicity Chairman
Bob Burstein's plans go through-he
merely wants more mirrors installed
in the women's lounge. A quicker
and simpler checking system will be
The between-semester dance is al-
ways the high spot of the Michigan
social season with every fraternity
house on campus holding house par-
ties where the men go out and the
women move in. There will be no
driving ban during J-Hop weekend.
Approximately 1,200 tickets will be
printed, not counting those given to
the patrons.cThe tentative price is
$7 plus tax.
The other chairmen assisting Sharp
are Bob Begle, tickets; Bruce Re-
naud and Jim Snodgrass, booths;
Rosemary Mann and Leanor Gross-
man, patrons; Tom Poyser, building;
Mary Louise Knapp, secretary;
Elaine Barth, programs; Mildred
Ciista, decorations;- Bob Bartlow,
music, and Bob Burstein, publicity.
The first meeting of the 4 p.m. to

6 p.m. section of Home Nursing will
be held in Barbour Gymnasium
Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Kaw-Qoosh-Kaw-Ncks-That Was
Ann Arbor In Days Of Redskins

Kaw-goosh-kaw-nick-sounds fas-
cinating, if meaningless, doesn't it?
However, there's no mysterq concern-
ing these four unintelligible syllables,;
they're merely what the white man's
brother used to call Ann Arbor. If
you want to take the thing one step
farther, you could say Kaw-goosh-
kaw-nick was located in the center of
Wishte-Nong county. Of course, you'll
guess right away that Wishte-Nong
is the Chippewa word signifying
"further county!" Of coursey!
Named After Arbor
The noble red men really meant
what they said, for when John Allen
and Elisha Rumsey came to this ex-
traordinary bit of terrain in 1817,
searching for a town-site, it was liter-
ally the last jumping-off place. After
thinking long and futilely, the two
men decided to name their town after
the arbor in which their two wives,
both obligingly named "Ann," were
I accustomed to meet. It's really rather
obvious in a subtle sort of way, isn't
Life in Ann Arbor at that time
wasn't too dull even though they "un-
fortunately" didn't get the University
until around 1836. They had a local
beer tavern of sorts in which "a cele-
bration was. always in progress," a
choice store or two whose stock was
likely to consist of "half a barrel of
whiskey, with a nail on the side hold-
ing a tin cup, three open-top thim-
bles, five darning needles, and a hank
of linen thread."
Clubs Are Formed
1-However, it wasn't only the com-
mercial side which flourished. Both
the men and women had special
clubs. The town bachelors used to
meet, more or less regularly, to dis-
cuss pertinent questions such as "Is
the married state more conducive to
happiness than the single one?" .I
The women under twenty-six (we
suppose after they passed this ripe
old age they were hopelessly on the
shelf) also met to generally improve

themselves by discussing topics of eat an sleep, members o f cacia
the ay.Theby-aws f tis itte {fraternity crawled out at 3:30 a.m.
the day. The by-laws of this little this morning for no other reason than
group are quite enlightening, one to hike.
stating that the members should de- This Thanksgiving hike is an an-
fend each other's characters and ad- nual affair at Acacia and so is the
vise each other. Queer that they direction in which they hike-out
should consider this precaution nec- along the Huron River. After dinner,
eshould nerpsthesrecsn'tisonmuchpledges will entertain members and
essary! Perhaps there isn't so much guests with a play. Still not satisfied
difference between the "Ann Arbor to call it a day, the actives will take
then" and the "Ann Arbor now*' as on the pledges at -a game of touc.1
we thought there was! football in the front yard.

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Theatre Arts Ushers
Members of the ushering commit-
tee of the Theatre Arts committee
may sign up tomorrow and Saturday
to usher for "The Puritan," a Cinema
Art League movie.
Those interested may also sign up;I
for the movie Sunday; four Charlie
Chaplin films. Lists are posted in the
Undergraduate office of the League.
The next meeting of the Motor
Mechanics class for women'*ill be at
7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26, at Ann
Arbor High School.

A. Scuffies with a platform
sole! Blue, pink, white!
B. D'Orsay 'relaxer' in red,
white, blue. Platform solel
C. Furry D'Orsay sandal with
platform sole. Red,, pink,
blue; whiteI



after the game
.. all thtu" the
Calendar starred with Holi-
day Dates? Then fly down
here - see our collection
of sparkling "Date" Dress-
es - Sequin trim on pep-
lum jackets-slhoulder
yokes - Long Torsos -
Sizes 9-17, 12-40.
from .

* Never drop a stitch-
makes knitting and sewing easy
For more enjoyable sewing,
knitting, mending, etc. try an
I.E.S. 3-light lamp with a
100-200-300-watt bulb. It's
grand light-and so easy on
your eyes! (We do not sell
these lamps. See them in
many attractive styles at your
dealer's.) The Detroit Edison

Just in time for holiday wear, a grand
variety of fall and winter fashions in-
cluding our famous Ellen Kaye Frocks.

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