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TIlE MICHIGAN IIAILY

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Paul Bunyan To Be Honored Guest at Annual Dance

Today

Forestry

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Will Present
Skit at Affair

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F or Volun~teers

Coeds Donate League Room Will Be Open Fridays;
To U NO D r iveI Coeds May Join Social Committee

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Bill Layton To Provide Music In recognition of outstanding vol-
unteer workers, the Ann Arbor USO
For Traditional Campus Event; .will close with a farewell tea and open
Students To Don Jeans, Plaids house. rm 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
at Harris Hall.
Clad in jeans and plaid shirts, in The closing exercises and recogni-
.keeping with the slogan "By all Lion ceremonies will begin at 3 p.m.
means wear your jeans," students The invocation will be delivered by
will .gather from 9 p.m. to midnight the Rev. Dr. Leonard A. Parr, fol-
today for the Paul Bunyan "Formal," lowed by greetings from Mayor Wil-
sponsored by members of the Uni- Liam Brown, Col. Reginald R. Miller
versity Forestry Club. and Capt. Woodson V. Michaux,
Smooth arrangements of hit tunes heads of the Army and davy units on
will be furnished by Bill Layton and 'ampus, and Rabbi Judah M. Cohen,
his orchestra, who will provide music president of the Community Fund
for .the dancing entertainment of ;D-e
those..attending the :affair. Whitey Provost James P. Adams will be
Benson will appear as drum soloist the main speaker, and certificates
and a novel arrangement of "Aren't of recognition for distinguished
You Glad You're You" has beensrvceb niresndsenior te .
pr. mi.*ed b Layon.teers will be presented by Chester
promised by Layton. Stone. Music will be furnished by
Honared guest at the "Formal" the Navy band and the Navy choir
Hill edPauest yan at "omai"d will sing. Osias Zwerdling, presi-
will be Paul Bunyan, accompanied dent of the Ann Arbor USO Coun-
by his Babe, his blue ox. He will be cil will preside, and the program
spotlighted in a setting of trees and will close with a benediction byI
pine boughs, creating a lively north Monseigneur Warren Peek.
woods atmosphere. The legendary TneUr Can Peed.
her ofthe° tlesof he mercan The USO Council has compiled a
hero of the tales of the American set of statistics on, the services ren-
woodsman is traditionally honoredded by thestc ant ic an
by the Forestry Club at the annual dered by the organization and .its
Payl thunyanstdynces h2,000 volunteer workers since it began
Paul Bunyan dances, occupying its present headquarters
During one of the intermissions, in Harris Hall, Dec. 12, 1943.
members of the Club will present a The USO presented a total of 200
skit entitled "The Shooting of Dan dancing parties, and there were 100,-
MoGrew" and Lee Crail, chairman 000 unit visits by servicemen to the
of the event announced that other club. Over 5,800 Sunday breakfasts
"surprises" will be revealed at the were served to men in all branches of
dance. the service. The club entertained 1,-
Informality Prevails 200 soldiers from Percy Jones Hospi-
An informal atmosphere will pre- tal, and more than ,1,000 requests for
vail throughout the evening when living quarters were received..
the' well-dressed student will be clad In addition, the USO planned
in his best "work" clothes and the excursions for servicemen and pro-
dance will provide a welcome di- vided them with tickets for con-
version from last-minute cramming cents and lectures. Voice recordings
for finals. of servicemen were made to be sent
Veterans and their wives will be to their parents, as well as record-'
the guests of honor. ings of children to be sent to their
fathers in the servicesa nverseas.

Martha Cook Leads Campus;
Donations Total 600 Pounds
The call for help extended by the
needy peoples of war-torn countries
2cor serviceable clothes has not been
Left unanswered by the students of
phis campus.
In response to the United Nations
Organization national clothing drive,
the League sponsored a campus-wide{
drive last week asking for contribu-
ions of all kinds. Boxes were placed
;n dorms, sororities, and league
houses and everyone was urged to do-
nate as much as possible.
Martha Cook highest
The drive extended over a period
of one week, and in that time over
600 pounds of wearing apparel have
been delivered to Miss Ethel McCor-
mick's office in the League. Martha
Cook contributed the greatest
amount, while IKappa Kappa Gamma
and Sigma Delta Tau came in as
close seconds.
Cartons of brightly colored sweat-
ers, plus dozens of plaid, checked, and
solid skirts, suits, blouses, jackets,
plaid shirts, woolen dresses and even
some housecoats and flannel pajamas
were donated. Many warm winter
coats, including a fur coat, were given
in addition to hats:, kerchiefs, scarfs,
mittens, and heavy socks. Nurnerous
pairs of saddle shoes, loafers and
dress footwear were also contributed.
Miss McCormick, social director,
said, "I'm very glad to find such an
enthusiastic response, and I sincerely
thank all the girls for their wonderful{
contributions. These clothes, so gen-
erously given, will be greatly appre-
ciated by those people to whom they
will be sent,"
Ran Other Drives
Last year Michigan held many such
clothing drives, and succeeded in col-
lecting and sending 1217 pounds of
wearing apparel to Wasiington for
Philippine relief, 116 pounds to New
York for Lithuanian relief, 3863
pounds to Chicago for Norwegian re-
lief and 11 carton of sweaters to New
York for Belgian benefits. Many
women enclosed letters with their
contributions, and received replies
thanking them for their kind offer-
ings.
The drive has been the first of its
kind to be sponsored this year.

THE GRAND Rapids Room of the
League will be open for social activ-
ities from 8 p.m. to midnight Fri-
days, beginning next semester, Dotty
Wantz, chairman of the League so-
cial committee, announced yesterday.
' It will be a place where couples
can spend the evening, dancing to
the juke box or playing bridge.
"Everything will be absolutely free,
except for a nickle for the juke box"
Miss Wantz concluded. The Grand
Rapids Room will also be open to
houses that want to reserve it for the
evening for special parties.

should watch The Daily for notices
concerning a mass meeting to be
held early next semester, announced
Dotty Wantz, chairman of the sorlal
committee.
"All eligible freshmen who are in-
terested in working for Frosh Fun
Fest next semester, should also
watch The Daily for notices of meet-
ings," said Miss Wantz.
Eletions Announced
Alpha Epsilon Phi has announced
its new officers. Barbara Blumrosen,
dean; Barbara Raymer, sub-dean;
Helen Horwich, treasurer; Ethel Isen-
berg, rushing chairman; Sue Tyser,
scribe; Bets Becker, house manager,
and Chi Abrams, social chairman.

Refreshments can be obtained in
the Grill Room on the main floor.
A LL PRESENT members and any
eligible coeds who are interested in
joining the League social committee

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CONVERTED UNIFORM-1S1C Elizabeth Hall of Rochester, N.Y.,
models the regular SPAR uniform (left) and shows (right) how it may
be converted for civilian wear in a design by S 'IC Nancy Laraway of
New Rochelle, N.Y.
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WAA NOTICES

Bur-mnil crepe blouses in
white, black, and brown.
Jewelry neckline styles.
Lovely tailored blouses of
cotton, broadcloth, and
rayon poplin.
"Shortie" skirts of all wool
qnd part wool ..
$4.00 to $5.95
539 East Liberty Street

'Heart's H op' To Be
Last USO Function
The 'Hearts Hop,' to be presented
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight tomorrow
in the ballroom of Harris Hall, will be
the last USO dance and will honor all
veterans on campus.
The party will be formal, and tradi-
tional red and white decorations will.
carry out a Valentine theme. The
music of Howard .Burmeister's Band
will be featured, and a fior show will
be presented during intermission. Re-
freshments will be served.
Weddngs
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&ngagements
Miss Francis Wynne, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wynne of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, will be married to Wil-
liam Hillier of East Lansing tomor-
row in the League chapel.
Miss Wynne received her degree
from Allegheny College in Meadville,
Pennsylvania, in June '39 and her
PhD. in botany from Michigan in
June '42. She was secretary of Phi
Sigma, and a member of Sigma Xi.
Mr. Hillier received his BA at
Washington and Lee College in Vir-
ginia, in June '38 and his law de-
gree from Michigan in June '41.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Cooper of
Suffern, New York, have announc-
ed the engagement .of their dau-
ghter, Josephine Shirley, to Rollin
Whitcomb Tuttle Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rollin W. 'Tutte of Ham-
burg, New York.
Miss Cooper is a sophomore in
the College of Literature Science
and the Arts and is a member of
Kappa Phi.
Mr. Tuttle is a graduate of the
State Teachers' College in Fre-
donia, New York, and received his
hMasters Degree in Music Educa-
tion at the University.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Clarke of
Caldwell, New Jersey have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Heather May, to Jerry Comer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Comer of Wich-
ita, Kansas.
Miss Clarke is a junior in the Col-
lege of Literature, Science "and the
Arts.
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Volunteer artists made crayon
drawings of USO guests, and volun-
teer workers did sewing for service-
men. The club lent books through its
lending library service, and envelopes
and stationery were furnished to
guests. The USO also provided facili-
ties for checking goods.
"In sincere appreciation to more
than 2,000 volunteer citizens who wel-
comed thousands of servicemen and
made Ann Arbor a home away from
home, the USO Council extends a
cordial invitation to all Ann Arbor to
the farewell tea and open house,"
Zwerldling announced.

Skating Club members have been
notified that meetings of the group
will continue on Tuesday and Thurs-
day at the Coliseum for carnival
practice. It is important that car-
nival skaters appear at the rink on
Tuesday for costume measurements.
Meetings will end Thursday but prac-:
tice will resume March 5. Plain
Skating Group will not hold addi-
tional meetings this semester, but
will resume March 8.
Figure Skating Club members,
wishing to be considered as partici-
pants, must have attended ten meet-
ings by the end of the semester and
have paid dues.
Plain Skating Group members
must have attended six meetings and
have paid dues in order to be con-
sidered as participants. Attendance
requirements are subject to change.
Rifle Club will meet from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the ROTC

range for the last meeting of the
semester. Three challenges matches
will be shot and according to Lou
Estell, manager, further club meet-
ings will be discontinued.
Ballet Club will meet at 4 p.m. to-
day at Barbour Gym.
Athletic Managers have been noti-
fied that the participation sheet con-
cerning the health rating of women
in the various residences must be
filled out and turned in by the end
of the week. They are to be placed
in Barb Osborne's box in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.

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