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Bunyan Formal



Held Feb.



Bill Layton's Band To Furnish Music;
Intermission Sing Wll Be Highlight

Celebrating the birthday of Paul
Bunyan, the Forestry Club will spon-
sor their annual dance, the Paul'
Bunyan Formal,afrom 8:30 p. in. to
midnight Friday, February 9 in the
Rainbow Room of the Union.
Music for the dance will be fur-
nished by Bill Layton and his orche-
stra, while the highlight of the dance
will be an intermission sing, an in-
stitution begun several years ago.
The Michigan song, as well as other
college melodies will be led by mem-
bers of the band and song sheets will
be furnished.
Great American LegendI
Paul Bunyan is one of the greatest'
American legends: born in the North
woods, he has become the patron
saint of the lumberjacks. While lit-
tle is known of his childhood, it has
been ascertained that his first word
was 'timber'.
When Paul was three years old, he
was presented with a little blue calf,
who was later to share in some of
Paul's most famous adventures. One
of his best known exploits was when
the loggers in Upper Michigan had a1
year without much rain. Paul withj
his unusual ingenuity yoked Babe, the
blue ox to his ax, and scooped out a
giant hole in which the loggers
Hospital Needs
Volunteer Aid
Volunteers are urgently needed by
University Hospital to help repair
damaged rubber gloves, the Wash -
tenaw County Office of Civilian De-
fense announced.
Regular employes of the hospital,
who are needed for work recjuiring
experience, are now putting in valu-
able time mending the large accum-
ulation of rubber gloves which can-
not be used until they have been
repaired. Those who are interestedl
in helping in this work may call Mrs.
Shorey Peterson, 23758.

could collect the little rain that fell.
This hole he-made is now known as
Pafl, Babe to Appear
It has been rumored that the whole
Great Lakes waterways were made by
Paul as a route for his men to float
the logs down to Detroit where they
were shipped all over the world. Both
Paul, his blue ox, and his giant ax
will be on hand at the dance to greet
the comers.
The decorations committee has
promised that the Rainbow Room will
be decorated in appropriate style for
I a logging camp. Dress for this for-
mal will consist of the usual lumber-
Sjack attire, plaid shirts, and jeans
. and since Paul himself never
Sfound time to marry, the suitable
dress for the women attending will
be the feminine counterpart of the
lumberijack costume.
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Sports Night
Gym Doors Will Be Open to

February Qrads
To Be Honored
At Senior Night
Traditional Affair To Be Held
At 8 P.M. Tuesday, in League;
Mrs. Conger To Speak
Senior Night, which will honor all
women graduating this February,
will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Sponsored by Scroll, senior honorj
society for affiliated women, this
affair is for midterm coed graduates.
In previous years Senior Night has
been given in the spring of the year,
but due to the large number of
women graduating in February it
was decided that they should have a
Senior Night of their own.
Mrs. Conger To Speak
Guest speaker for the evening will
be Mrs. S. B. Conger who is head of
the Alumnae Council. Mrs. Conger,
who has recently returned from a
trip to Washington and New York,
will speak on her interviews with
past University graduates she met.
In addition she will explain the du-
ties and function of the Alumnae
"Michigan at War" a motion pic-
ture depicting the war activities on
campus of the past year will also be
shown. This film, made last spring,
will show the conversion from peace-
time activities to wartime activities.
Traditions To Be Observed
In observing Senior Night tradi-
tions, married coeds will blow out
candles, those who are engaged will
suck lemons, women who are pinned
will wear daisies, and "unattached"
women will put a penny in the
"Wishing well" for each year in
which they have been "unattached."

Soph Women
May Petition
For Committee
Petitioning for the central com-
mittee of the newly revived Soph
naret to be presented by sopho-
more coeds next semester will take
place from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Top positions open to second sem-
ester freshmen as well as sophomore
women include General Chairman
and Assistant Chairman. In addi-
tion, committee chairmanships in-
clude Finance, Tickets, Patrons, Dec-
orations, Floor Show and Costumes,
Talent, Publicity, Refreshments and
Recorder of Eligibility.
Petitions Before Interviews
Those coeds wishing to petition for
the above committees should sign for
an interview on sheets posted for
that purpose in the Undergraduate
Office. Despite a previous announce-
ment, petitions will have to be filled
out before the interview and they
may be obtained in the Undergradu-
ate Office.
Women who are not desirous of
becoming members of Soph Cabaret's
central committee but who would
like to work on one of the commit-
tees may also sign up in the Under-
graduate Office.
All coeds who volunteered their
services to any of the nine commit-
tees at the sophomore mass meeting
Wednesday will be contacted as soon
as committee heads have been selec-
Wartime Project
For the past two years, the efforts
of the sophomore class have been
directed toward volunteer hospital
service, but in former years, Soph
Cabaret was its only project.

OCD To Begin,
Nursery School
Training Class
Adult Education Department
Of Ann Arbor To Sponsor
Special Wartime Courses
A Training Course to answer the
current need for nursery school aides,
volunteers, and substitute teachers
in the Ann Arbor schools has been
planned by the Department of Adult
Education of Public schools.
Edith Bader of the Office of
Civilian Defense has announced
that the course will be given at the
Ann Arbor High School. The first
meeting will be from 7:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, and
the next from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on
Friday, Feb. 9. The course will
continue for six weeks with eight
hours a week of lectures, observa-
tion, and participation.
Nursery schools which are cooper-
ating are the Perry School, Angell
School, Powers Nursery School, Tous-
ley Nursery School, the University
of Michigan Elementary School, and
Ypsilanti Lanham School.
The course will be conducted by
Mrs. Leonard Himler of Ann Arbor
and Mrs. Margaret Chase Johnson of
Detroit. Mrs. Himler is well known
in Ann Arbor, having been a teacher
in Ann Arbor primary schools for
nine and a half years. She was also
a psychologist in the Wayne County
Clinic in connection with the Juve-
nile Court, and at the Children's
Service Bureau at Perry School.
There will be a small fee for the
course comparable to that of night
classes in Adult Education. All
interested persons are asked to call
the Office of Civilian Defense,

The appointment of Sally Seid-
man; '45, Kappa Alpha Theta, as
chairman of February Orientation
Advisors has been announced by
Natalie Mattern, president - of the
Judiciary Council.
Members of the Central Committee
of the Orientation Advisors are Mau-
reen Ryan, Day House, and Lois Bas-
sett, Gamma Phi Beta.
The Orientation Advisors are:
Margaret Semple, Helen Newberry;

Orientation Advisors Named

Renee Kaire, Martha Cook; Norma
Crawford, Martha Cook; Barbara
Dewey: Ruth Eberhardt, Stockwell;
Ann Lippincott, Ball House; Doris
Krueger, Stockwell; Gloria Kish-
paugh, Alpha Gamma Delta; Eliza-
beth Mitchell; Nancy Barnes, Stock-
well; Barbara Williamson, Alpha
Gamma Delta; Shirley Coskey, Alpha
Chi Omega; and Norm McLaughlin,
Alpha Chi Omega.

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Coeds, Civilians

Opening the doors of Barbour and
' Waterman Gyms to the students de-
:iring to participate in sports, the
W AA Board will sponsor an Open
G Spots Night from 8 p.m. to 10:30
3. Friday, Feb. 3.
Seven sports will be offered, in-
eluding volleyball, badminton, deck
tennis, duckpin bowling, ping pong,
si t leboard. and darts. For those
, vc would like the more quiet type of
no, there mill be bridge and table
nes in the Dance Studio of Bar-
i,,ur Gym.
All equipment for all of the games
wI l be furnished, and every available
e uipment source will be tapped in
order to give sports facilities to as
many players possible. Those playing
vcllcyball in Barbour gym are asked

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to wear rubber soled shoes.
Private Residence "We cordially invite all servicemen,
YO1.n YiI I eetcoeds and civilians to attend this
OeW Men Sports Night," said Shelby Die-
There will be a meeting at 4 p.m. tric !. President of WAA, "and to
tomorrow in the League for all coeds Participate in the many sports of-
living in private residences with spe- fered. It is not necessary to come
cial permission from the Dean's with dates."
These special permission students The newly formed Undergraduate
will hold a panel discussion at the I£ lucation club will hold its first
meeting tomorrow which will be led Inceting from 4:30 to 5:30, Tuesday,
by Mary Battle, Marge Faraday, in the University Elementary School
Marjorie Baker and Mary Chernus. library. The discussion will include
Problems common to all of the pri-a .onsideration of the constitution and
vate home students will be discussed. election of officers of the club.



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Rifle Club: 5 p.'4m. to 6 p. m. tomorrow and 4:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Thursday at the ROTC Rifle Range.
University Women's Riding Club: 6 p. m. tomorrow in front of Bar-
bour Gym. Members will please be prompt, as there will be a meeting.
Fencing: 5 p. m. Tuesday at Barbour Gym.
Figure Skating Club: 3 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday at the rink.
Modern Dance: Beginners Section: 7:20 p. m. Tuesday. Advanced
Section: 8:20 p. m. Tuesday in Barbour Gym.
Crop and Saddle: 6 p. m. Tuesday in front of Barbour Gym.
Badminton: 8:15 p. m. Wednesday in Barbour Gym. Mixed play from
1:30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. Saturday.
Ballet Club: 3:15 p. m. Thursday in Barbour Gym.
Swimming Club: Intermediate Section 10:45 a. m. and Advanced Sec-
tion 10 a. m. in the Union Pool.
Basketball Schedule ...
Monday, Jan. 29
5:15-Sorosis vs. Kappa Alpha Theta
Betsy Barbour vs. Lockwood Manor
7:15-Martha Cook II vs. Ann Arbor Girls
Martha Cook I vs. Zone VI
8:00-Elmwood House vs. Austin House.
Tuesday, Jan. 30
5:15-Pi Beta Phi vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma
Chi Omega vs. Mosher II
7:15-Zo IV vs. Jordan IV
Mosher III vs. Alpha Gamma Delta
Wednesday, Jan. 31
5:15-Adelia Cheever vs. Delta Delta Delta
Tappan House vs. Sigma Delta Tau
7:15-Winner of Martha Cook I and Zone VI vs. Elmwood and Austin
Thursday, Feb. 1
5:15-Alpha Xi Delta vs. Winner of Sorosis and Theta Game
Chi Omega and Mosher II Winner vs. Nurses III.
7:15-Jordan II vs. Winner of Barbour and Lockwood Game.
Nurses I vs. Winner of Martha Cook II and Ann Arbor Girls
8:00-Winner of Mosher III and Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Adelia Cheever
and Delta 'Delta Delta Game
Friday, Feb. 2
5:15-Winner Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Delta Gamma
Winner of Tappan and Sigma Delta Tau Game vs. Winner of
Zone IV and Jordan IV game
Help, Help. ... The WAA Ballet Club is in desperate need for a pianist to
play for the dancers. Time is from 3:15 p. m. to 5:15 p. m. Thursday in
Barbour Gym. The pay is SOc per hour.

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