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1942

TIL C ICTHIiGAN D AIL'CY

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Mortarboard

Suited For Defense

Will Sponsor
Annual Dance
Party To Be Pay-Off For Dates
Accumulated Throughout Year;
Boutonrijeres Are Appropriate
Breaking away from the usual cus-
tom of having the J-Hop gals ask
their dates to Pay-Off, to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Feb.
27, the dance is this year designed
to give the women a, chance to re-
pay the men for obligations accum-
ulated during the year.
This annual revolution in campus
social life is sponsored by Mortar-
board, senior women's honorary soci-
ety. Expressing the spirit of the
times, Pay-Off will be a very infor-
mal dance, where the sweater girl
will be in her glory. A nickelodeon
set up in the League ballroom will
furnish the latest music of the best
dance bands.
Men can expect to receive all the
attention they are so noble about
giving all year long, even to getting
corsages, which will be close enough
to boutonnieres to soothe those in-
dignant men who will insist on having
their masculinity preserved intact.
Committee women in charge of the
dance are Virginia Appleton, music;
Louise Keatley, programs; Jane
Baits, boutonnieres; Peggy Polum-
baum, tickets; Margaret Sanford and
Virginia Freye, decorations; Phyllis
Lovejoy, finance; Rosebud Scott, pa-
trons and Grace Miller, publicity.
Pay-Off was originally instituted
four years ago to give the women on
campus a chance to thank their J-
Hop dates but is an opportunity for
any woman to "pay off" any man she
has dated.
Guy Metraux
Will Address
French Table
At one of the regular round table
meetings to be held Friday from 8
p.m. to 9 p.m., at the International
Center, Guy Metraux, a special stu-
dent here, will talk in French on the
difference in attitude between Cana-
dian, American, and Argentinian
farmers, Mrs. Ruth Wendt announced
today. An informal discussion will
be held afterwards.
Metraux, whose home address is
Lausanne, Switzerland, nevertheless
lived in Argentina for some time and
observed conditions there.
Although these gatherings are of
chief interest to those fluent in the
French tongue, everyone is welcome,
and there are no charges.
Mrs. Wendt mentioned at the same
time that it was important to repeat
that all language affairs will begin
again this week. Portuguese round
tables will be held on Tuesdays from
7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.; German dis-
cussion groups will be held Wednes-
days from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.; and the
Spanish Corner will be held Thurs-
days from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The next International Center Ger-
man Tea will be held Feb. 24, from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m., in the Grand Rapids
Room in the League.
Hold Meetings Today
The Merit System Committee will
meet at 3:30 p.m. today in the
League. Any eligible women who are
interested in working on this com-
mittee may attend.
There will be an important meet-
ing of the WAA Board at 5 p.m. to-
day. The meeting will be held in the
WAB.
Members of the Panhellenic Board
will meet today at 4:15 p.m. in the

League. The room number will be
posted on the League bulletin board.
Intitute To Be Held
A five day institute on marriage
and family life will be sponsored in
the new Rackham building in De-
troit by the University Extension
Service Feb. 23-28. The Institute will
feature Dr. Paul Poponoe.

WAAntics
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Frills Fetch Femmes

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Hello there, all you bright-eyedt
students come back to work withi
"that tired feeling" a thing of the
past (?) and all those wonderful A's
and B's and satisfied C's under the4
belt.
Amazing, but some of you found
time to visit the bowling alley during
finals, and really found it fun; and
during J-Hop, well, it was practi-
cally swamped, with gangs of gala
week-enders on the side-lines jam-
ming the contestants' area.
With the team tournament being
organized, alleys will be even more at
a premium the next few weeks, so
come down early and reserve your
alley.
At 4:15 p.m. today, Body Condi-
tioning, one of the defense courses
sponsored by the Department of
Physical Education will be held in
Barbour . . . Toning muscles up
through rhythmic exercises and
games is a peachy way to get into,
condition for the trials and busy
activities of the defense work for
second semester.
Co-recreational leadership will be'
held at 7:30 today in Waterman;tall
those who haven't signed up for this
yet, may sign up today; girls in Bar-
bour and boys in Waterman. And
gals, if you can't wear slacks to regu-
lar courses, you can take it out here,,
because you are urged to come clothed1
in masculine attire.1
* * *
Registration produced a problem-
not the usual kind, however. The
cashier's cage, put up in Barbour on
Monday before registration, con-
fronted Donelda Schaible and Jean
Johnson when they wanted to play
badminton on the next day. "But
"never say die" said they, and with
that, they simply strung a rope across
the gymnasium floor through the
cage-and they played! Forgot to
find out who won though!
What with the decrease in en-
rollment of the male sex this sem-
ester and the general scarcity of
men around, your new fangled
techniques of bow and arrow may
not get your man; if in despair, trot
over to Barbour and see how the
"old, gals" did it. There's a case
containing old archery equipment,
an exhibit put together by Mrs.
Stewart Hanley (golf expert deal-
ing in arrows!), which is really in-
teresting and may prove helpful.
If enough of you gad-abouts drop
over there for a hint, a .similar dis-
play of other sports equipment may
be started, and an evolutionary view
of sports equipment will be displayed
. . If you'd like that, how's about
showing your interest?
These arrows shown were made by
hand, and braiding of fine silk holds
Westfall-Smith Wed
In Ypsilanti; To Make
Home In Ann Arbor

Women Support
Red Cross Plan
For Volunteers
In response to the nation-wide de-
mand for trained volunteers to aid
in the war emergency, over 670 stu-
dents, including approximately 15
men, have enrolled in the non-credit
defense courses which have been or-
ganized under the auspices of the Red
Cross and the Student Civilian De-
fese Office, Margaret Ihling, '43, di-
rector of the women's defense pro-
gram, announced.
The largest enrollment was for the
Standard First Aid course, for which
over 255 students registered. This
course will be conducted in four sec-
tions, having ten class meetings of
two hours each. Fifty-five have en-
rolled in the Advanced First Aid
Course, while four, mostly graduate
nurses, have enlisted in the Instruc-
tor's training course.
Motor Mechanics Course Closed
The four sections of the Home
Nursing course have a total enroll-
ment of 70, while Motor Mechanics
course, open only to seniors, is now
closed, as there are only facilities for
the instruction of a limited number.
Thirty-six have signed up, although
5 more applied.
The course in Child Care for Nur-
sery School Volunteers is also closed
because of limited facilities, a total
of 47 having signed up. The nutri-
tion course of 10 two-hour meetings
will be taken by 54 enrollees.
Students Turned Away
The classes in Typewriting which
will be conducted at the University
High School have a total enrollment
of 150 students, while 47 had to be
turned down as the classes are now
filled.
Those courses which are not al-
ready closed are open for enrollment
antil the first class meeting, at-
tendance at which is compulsory.
Those interested may sign up at the
Social Director's Office in the League.

the feather to the stick, so that there
is "more there than meets the eye."
The gals are clearing out of the
W.A.B. for blood donation activities
on Feb. 17 and 19; just another step
in the defense work WAA is promot-
ing and helping in.
To enjoy this snowy weather to
the greatest extent, why not ski in
the Arboretum and enjoy its wintry
landscape, for a change. Ski equip-
ment may be rented for a small fee
at the W.A.B. so come on down!
Final reminder for all those who
didn't get their names on the entry
blank for the tourneys of the see-
ond indoor season; today is the last
day to turn your name in if you
want to participate in the bowling
or badmington tournament or the
archery or swimming club.
Wedding Plans
And Marriages
Are Announced
Jeanette Cranmer, '41, and David
Underdown, '41P, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Underdown of Barton
Hills; were united in marriage at 3
p.m. Saturday in the home of the
bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. Reed
Cranmer, at Steubenville.
Mrs. Underdown is a member of
Alpha Phi and Mr. Underdown be-
longs to Alpha Delta Phi. After Feb.
15, the couple will be at home in Ann
Arbor.
The engagement of Ensign Rich-
ard Thomas Power, ex-'42L, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Power, of
Detroit, to Margaret Wilmot Ward,
is announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Ward of Ports-
mouth, N.H.
Miss Ward is a senior at Wellesley
College and an editor of the Welles-
ley College News. Mr. Power, who is
enrolled in the Naval Supply School
of Harvard University, is a gradu-
ate of Michigan State College at East
Lansing, besides attending Law
School here. He is a member of
Delta Theta Phi, Pi Kappa Delta and
Hesperian.
Jeanne Lambert Kaufmann, '41,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Akin Kaufmann, Grosse Pointe, be-
came the bride of Robert Worthing-
ton Bogle, '41, at a ceremony which
took place at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in
Grosse Pointe Memorial Church. The
Rev. Frank Fitt officiated. Mr.
Bogle is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Bogle of Detroit.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Mrs. Noecker, of St. Joseph,
matron of honor, and the bridesmaids
were Marjorie Kaufmann, ex-'44, and
Virginia List, '41. William Arm-
strong, '45L, was best man while
John Farley, Mr. Noecker, Phelps
Hines, '42A, and Nelson Green, '42M,
were ushers.
The couple will make their home
at 511 Church Street, Ann Arbor.
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Margaret Elizabeth Reichert's en-
gagement to Henry Joseph Klose, Jr.,
'40, was announced at a breakfast
Feb. 7, to a small group of her for-
mer schoolmates. The bride-elect
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
dolph Reichert of Ann Arbor, and
Mr. Klose is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry J. Klose of Battle Creek.
Miss Reichert was graduated from
Smith College at Northampton, Mass.
in the class of 1940, and spent her
junior year in study at the Univer-
sity of Munich. She is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa honor sociey.
Mr. Klose took graduate work ii
business administration and received
his master's degree in 1941. F

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Bride-To-Be Given
Surprise Shower
Yesterday a surprise shower was
held for Patricia Stelle, '43, at the
Gamma Phi Beta house, by Peggy;
Ihling, '43, Phoebe Power, '42A, Jos-
ephine Fitzpatrick, '44, and Jane
Honey, '43. The affair was in honor
of Miss Stelle's approaching mar-
riage Saturday to Roger Bradley, '39.
Mrs. Florence Stelle, mother of the
bride-to-be, and Miss Stelle attended
dinner at the chapter house. After
dinner bridge was played and Miss
Stelle received the gifts.

Like the robins and leaves, lin-
gerie touches on dark dresses are first
signs of Spring. The two-piece-effect
dress in the picture is a silk crepe-
black to make you feel smartly at-
tired, and trimmed with a large or-
gandy-lace collar of soft powder blue
to match the blue in the sky.

Children's Dancing
Classes To Begin
The second series of the dance
and play classes for children from
4 to 12 years of age will begin at
9 a.m. Saturday in Barbour Gym-
nasium. It will continue for six
successive Saturdays to March 21.
Children of from 4 to 6 years of
age are to come at 9 a.m. while
the others come at 9:30 a.m. There
is a small charge for the entire
series of classes.

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with a sweater

Assembly Bal
Committee

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These "practical but pretty" jer-
kin suits come in. brown and gray
herringbone tweed. We also have
them in luscious pastels - gold,
wave green, rose, blue - soft
Parker Wilder flannels. A new

WilI Be Chosen

Ruthmary Smith, '43, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Emmons Smith
of Wayne, was married to Robert
Barton Westfall, '42, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Kirby of Ann Arbor, Sat-
urday at 4 p.m., in the First Metho-
dist Church of Ypsilanti.
Louise Carpenter, '42, of Scarsdale,
N. Y., Margaret Dodge, '42. of Detroit,
Mary Carney, '43, of Birmingham,
and Mrs. Morris Rosenthal, of Whit-
more Lake, acted as bridesmaids.
Albert Wistert, '42, was best man,
and the ushers were Harlin Frau-
mann, '42Ed, Paul Neilsen, '43,t
George Botsford, Robert Ingalls, '42,
Robert Flora, '42Ed, and Emmons
Smith.
On their return next week from a
brief wedding trip, the coupfe will be
at home in the Sessions Apartment's
and will continue their studies.

Wyvern Will Meet
There will be an important meet-
ing of Wyvern at 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, at the League. All members are
expected to attend. There will be a
discussion of the plans for the an-
nual Wynx dance to be held in col-
laboration with Sphinx. The room
number will be posted on the League
bulletin board.

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