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Mortcrnbocird Plctns
Trctditioncil 'Pcy-Off'
Women Will Invite Dates to Informal Dance
To Be Presented Night After J-Hop; Tickets
Will Be Distributed to House Presidents

Mortarboard, senior women's hon-
or society, will sponsor the "Pay-off
Dance" to be given from 9 to mid-
night, the Saturday after J-Hop, in
the League Ballroom.
Tickets for the informal affair will
be distributed to the house presidents
at the house presidents meeting,
Tuesday. All women are invited to
bring a date to the informal "Pay-
Off Dance" and may purchase tickets
priced at $1.50 from their house
Opportunity to Repay
"Since this is one of the few wo-
men-bid dances, here is an oppor-
tunity to repay your J-Hop date,"
said Doris Heidgen, general chair-
man for the dance.
Along with J-Hop, this is a re-
vival of a traditional campus func-
tion. Before thenwar Mortarboard
had given this informal- dance for
ten or fifteen years. It was given last
in February of 1942,
Committee Members
Members of the committees work-
ing on the dance are: programs,
Marian Johnson and Beverly Solo-
row; tickets, Jane Archer and Bar-
bara Osborne; finance, Jean Gaffney
arid Patrons, Ruthann Bales.
. Betty Vaughn and Jane Strauss
are in charge of the decorations, and'

Margaret Farmer, Joyce Seigan and
Ann Schutz are handling the pub-
There will be a meeting for all
Mortarboard members at 5 p.m. to-
morrow in the Undergraduate Office
of the League, to plan final arrange-
ments for the dance. The band which
will play at the affair will be an-
nounced later.
WAA Announces
Week's Basketball
Game Schedule
The following basketball schedule
has been announced by WAA:
Monday: Ann Arbor Girls vs
Kappa Kappa Gamma I at 5:10
Sp.m., .Delta Delta Delta I vs Cou-
zens VI, Couzens III vs Cheever at
'7:20 p.m., Kappa Delta II vs Zone
IV at 8 p.m.
Tuesday: Pi Beta Phi II vs Alpha
Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta I
vs Alpha Gamma Delta I at 5:10
p.m., Jordan I vs Zone V at 7:20
Rifle Club meetings have been
discontinued until next fall due to
the lack of ammunition.

USO To Hold
Final Meeting
Provost Adams Will Speak;
Navy Band To Provide Music
Provost James P. Adams will be
the main speaker at the final USO
tea and open house honoring out-
standing volunteer workers from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m. today at Harris Hall.
The closing exercises and recog-
nition ceremonies, which will end the
activities of the Ann Arbor USO,
will begin at 3 p.m. Osias Zwerdling,
president of the Ann Arbor USO
Council, will preside and music will
be provided by the Navy band.
After an invocation delivered by
the Rev. Dr. Leonard A. Parr, Mayor
William Brown, Col. Reginald R. Mil-
ler and Capt. Woodson V. Michaux,
heads of the Army and Navy units
on campus, and Rabbi Judah M.
Cohen, president of the community
fund drive,' will greet the audience.
The Navy choir will sing and
Chester Stone will present certifi-
cates of recognition for outstanding
service to junior and senior volun-
teers, and Provost Adams will speak.
The program will close with a bene-
diction by Monseigneur Warren

Outdoor sports take on added sig-
nificance if one wears a pair of
slick fitting pedal pushers, espec-
ially if they are embroidered and
worn with a tucked-in sweater like
the one pictured. These are ideal
for spring pienics, hikes, and bi-
cycle rides, and would be an addi-
tion to any wardrobe.

Cards Issued
'To Members
Independent women who have not
as yet registered with Assembly are
urged to call for their membership
cards from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow,
ruesday, Wednesday and Thursday
in the Assembly Office on the second
floor of the League.
Assembly membership cards are be-
ing introduced this year for the first
time in the organization's history.
Their purpose is to provide tangible
evidence of association with Assem-
bly. The cards will also enable the
Assembly board to determine the ex-
tent of active interest of unaffiliated
The membership cards will be re-
quired of all coeds for participation
in Assembly functions and events
for next semester. The League House
Dances, the first of which was held
last month, will be continued this
spring. Two dances will be presented
each month with women from differ-
ent league house zones acting as hos-
Bowling Club
Fall Meeting
The WAA Bowling Club will close
its activities for the fall semester
with a general meeting at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow in the Women's Athletic
Marie Neumeister, bowling man-
ager, has announced that all mem-
bers must be present at the final
club meeting, when reports of the
semester's work will be given, along
with information concerning bowling
activities for the spring term.
Winner of the club's winter tourn-
ament was th~e "Pinnacles"' team,
captained by Ulafern Larrance. Other
members of the high team were Mar-
jorie Dangel, Pat Bremner, Panny
Beis, and Barbara Busse. The win-
ners accepted the challenge of the
faculty of the Department of Phy-
sical Education for Women to a
match which was held Friday.
The faculty team took one game
of the match while the "Pinnacles"
won the second. The teachers, how-
ever, were declared the winners, since
their total number of pins was
Miss Neumeister has announced
that plans have been made for many
Bowling Club activities during the
coming term, including further
tournament play.

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The marriage of Lt. Virginia May'
Jones, daughter of Mrs. Blanche'
Jones of St. Johns, Mich., to Mr.
Raymond Earl Buntaine, son of Mrs.
Elva Buntaine of Ann Arbor, was an-
nounced recently.,
Mrs. Buntaine is a graduate of the
St. Lawrence School of Nursing and
worked as a nurse at the Michigan
Rapid Treatment Center in Ann Ar-
bor last year. She is now in Ann Ar-
bor on terminal leave.
Mr. Buntaine received. his A.Bde-
gree from the University in May, 1942,
and is now doing graduate work here.
He plans to receive his M.A. degree in
statistics in February. He is president
of the Varsity Glee Club, president of
the Canterbury Club, and a member
of the Choral Union.
Mrs. A. W. Esslinger of Royal Oak
has announced the engagement of
her daughter Phyllis, to A. M. Colville
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Col-
ville of Royal Oak.
Miss Esslinger is a Junior major-
ing in physical education and is a
member of Alpha Chi Omega soror-,
Mr. Colville attended Western
Michigan College of Education ini the
Naval Air Corps from Maich, 1944,
until March, 1945. He is now a sopho-
more in the College of Literature, Sci-
ence and the Arts at the University.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian C. Gradolph
iluy [tctory Bonds!

of Petersburg, Mich., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Vivian, to Carter Sparks, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford M. Sparks of Jack-
son, Mich.
Miss Gradolph, a senior, is a mem-
ber of Kappa Delta sorority and was
formerly a member of Crop and Sad-
Mr. Sparks is at present serving
overseas as QM 11 c in the Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. William HI. Meyer of
Saginaw have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lois, to Ed-
win F. Schultz, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin F. Schultz, Sr., of Sagi-
Miss Meyer is a sophomore at the
University, where she is enrolled in
the school of music. She transferred
this year from Ohio tate University.
Mr. Schultz recently received his
discharge from the paratroops, and is
now living with his parents in Sagi-
Any independent women having
any suggestions or constructive
criticisms regarding the organi-
zational structure of Assembly is
urged to write them out and place
them in the Assembly box in the
Undergraduate' Office of the
League. Helen Alpert, Assembly
president, also suggests that such
coeds talk over plans with mem-
bers of the Assembly Board dur-
ing office hours from 3 p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Thursday
in the Assembly Office in the



Make February 14th the red letter day, and
and give her sparkling blue-white diamonds.
and wedding rings in matched sets. Also single
engagement rings, at $42.50 and up, incl. tax.




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