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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

off Dance

Y

Be Held Today
>wnsend's Orchestra Will Be Featured
Informal Coed-Bid Affair in league

Aortar Board will present the
r-Off Dance, a traditional af-
to which women take J-Hop
es, from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
in the League.
Phe entire second floor of the,
gue will be devoted to the
ice. Both the Ballroom and the
and Rapids Room will be open
dancing, while the Hussey
n and other lounge facilities
also be available.
vnsend To Furnish Music
i Tdwnsend and his 14 piece
npus Casbah orchestra will
nish music in a ballroom deco-
ed with hearts and cupids fol-
ing the Valentine's Day theme.
red and white motif also will
carried. out in, decorations.
ighligh-t of the evening will
the award of severalnheart-
ped boxes of candy as door
zes. Eleanor Stewart, dance
illow Vi lage
mnce To Be Held
he first dance of the new se-
ter given at Willow Village
be presented at 8:30 p.m. in
memoration of St. Valentine's
usses will leave at 7:45 p.m.
n the League entrance of Lydia
idelssohn Theatre, and will
e at 11:30 p.m. from the Vil-
in order to get the women
ne on time.
11 coeds who are going to this
Oir are asked to remember to
1 at their respective residences.
ext week another dance will be
3 at Willow Village featuring
nsic of HAl Jackson and his
own Six. The orchestra is com-
el entiely of veterans who are
ig at the Village.

chairman will present the prizes
after a drawing based on ticket
numbers.
The Pay-Off Dance is sponsored
by Mortar Board, senior women's
honorary society. Eleanor Stew-
art, vice-president of Mortar
Board is chairman. Betty Lou
Bidwell, Mortar Board president
is assistant chairman.
Rad io Show
To Continue
"Michigan Maize" again will be
sponsored by the Union and
League and presented at 1:40 p.m.
toiorrow over station WPAG and
will continue for the rest of the
semester.
The cast for the program in-
cludes Pauline Thompson, Judy
Levin, Leonard Rosenson, Rob-
ert Spurrier, Robert,: Schrock,
Douglas MacIntosh, Jerome Lep-
ard, Albert Warner and Eugene Si-
korovsky.
Rosenson will represent the
Michigan Spirit and act as narra-
tor. He will focus his ."campus-
scope" on this week's current
events on campus and tell of the
latest doings. Past traditions and
customs will be explained.
The program consists of a com-
bination of news and a dialogue.
The Michigan Spirit looks in on
various situations on campus. The
students involved in these inci-
dents discuss some of the things
that make up the spirit of Michi-
gan,
Students who would like to vol-
unteer for script writing should
contact Marjorie Zaller at 2-3839
or Bradley Straatsma at 2-4451.

Formal Spring
Rushing Teas
Beg in Today
The opening teas of formal
spring rushing will continue from
7 to 10 p.m. today and from 2 to 5
p.m. tomorrow.
The first set of rushing parties
will be presented by each sorority
from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through
Thursday. Coeds will receive invi-
tations to these parties on Sun-
day. The rushee will have a
choice of which of the four nights
she attends, although the date that
it would be most desirable for her
to attend will be underlined on
the invitation.
If a coed is unable to attend
that night she may encircle the
date of the party she will at-
tend and write it on the back of
the invitation.
Another round of sorority par-
ties will be given from 2 to 4 p.m.
on Saturday, February 22, and
from 7 to 9 p.m. both Saturday
and Sunday. The next set of par-
ties will be presented Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Feb.
25, 26 and 27.
Final desserts will be present-
ed from 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday,
March 1, and 5 to 7 p.m., Sun-
day, March 2. Each sorority
will send a bid list to the Social
Director's Offlce in the League
on Monday, and before 3 p.m. on
Tuesday all bids will be delivered
to rushees.
Pledging will be on Wednesday,
March 5.
Engagement Told
The engagement of Doris Stern,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
H. Stern of Caseville, to Robert
Olsen, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
0. Olsen of Sioux Falls, was re-
cently announced.
The couple will be married June
15. Miss Stern is affiliated with
Kappa Delta and Olsen is a mem-
ber of Delta Tau Delta.

DELEGATE-Chairman of In-
dia's delegation to the United
Nation's General assembly, Mrs
Vijayalakshmi Pandit addresses
a session of the group at Flush-
ing, N. Y.
Ca*mDu Clasbah
Will Sponsor
Valentine Dance
The doors of the Campus Cas-
bah will reopen for the first time
this semester from 9 p.m. to mid-
night tomorrow in the League
Ballroom.
Decorations will carry out an
appropriate Valentine's Day
theme. Music will be furnished by
Al Townsend and his orchestra.
Each week Townsend introduces
a new arrangement of a popular
tune. This time he has selected
"Oh, But I Love You" and is fea-
turing Lois Roberts as ,vocalist.
The long tables formerly at the
Casbah have recently been recon-
verted into smaller ones accommo-
dating two couples. Refreshments
will be available and entertain-
ment provided by student talent.
Tickets for the campus night-
club are now on sale at the main
desk of the League. Next week the
affair will be held both on Friday
and Saturday as is the usual cus-
tom.
t .1

Dr. L. Miller
Makes Study
Of Proteins
Secrets concerning proteins and
proteolytic enzymes are being
studied by Dr. Lila Miller of the
Biological Chemistry department.
Dr. Miller received her BA and
MS degrees at the University of
Wisconsin, and her doctor's degree
here at the University. She also
received a Rackham Post-doctor
Fellowship and studied at the
Carlsberg laboratories at Copen-
hagen, Denmark, in 1936 and 1937.
A recent publication by Dr.
Miller is "The Micro-Ijeldahl
Determination of the Nitrogen
Content of Amino Acids and
Proteins." Dr. Miller said, "This
work is important because in re-
cent years we have streamlined
methods for nitrogen determi-
nation without considering that
some of the more complex com-
pounds do not react as readily
as the simpler amino acids."
During the war Dr. Miller
worked on invitro digestion of
soy bean proteins. This work was
part of a large program to study
the availability of proteins other
than animal proteins to help in
case of a serious meat and egg
shortage. Different phases of this
work were carried on in differ-
ent laboratories in various parts
of the country.
Dr. Miller is a former presi-
dent of the Women's Research
Club, secretary of Sigma Xi, a
member of American Chemical
Society, Michigan Academy of
Sciences and American Society
of Biological Chemists and Phi
Sigma.
HOUSE
EVENTS
Several houses on campus are
holding Valentine celebrations this
weekend.
Michigan House will give a Val-
entine -dance from 9 p.m. to mid-
night today in the Henderson
room of the League.
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity will
present an informal dance follow-
ing a Valentine's day theme from
9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow at
the chapter house.
Also to be held tomorrow is Kap-
pa Sigma's formal dance for initi-
ates. The pledge formal will be
given from 9 p.m. to midnight in
the Hutchinson Room of the
League.
The freshman Medical students
are giving a party tomorrow at
Schwaben Hall, in honor of Dr.
Bradley M. Patten, head of the
Embryology Department in Medi-
cal School. The name of the party
is to be "Extrophy Vesica."

Ticket sales for the "Heart's
Delight," a mixer dance to be pre-
sented from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
in the League Ballroom, will now
be open to all independent women
on campus, it was announced yes-
terday by Blanche Berger, chair-
man.
The dance is the second in the
series of league house affairs de-

All Independent Women May Purchase Tickets
Today, Tomorrow for 'Heart's Delight' Mixer

signed to give students the oppor-
tunity of becoming better ac-
quainted.
Coeds may purchase tickets from
10 a.m. to noon today, in the
League Lobby, and tomorrow at
the door of the Ballroom. All men
will be guests of the coeds at this
affair.

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a re verso le casuals . .

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The members of t1
committee for league hc
are: Blanche Berger.
Gladys Relkin, assiste
man; Libby Myers, ente
Ruth Jadrosich, decora
Shirlee Rich, publicity.
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