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WEDEfDAY, JANUARY 8, 1947 'TE MICH IGA N DAILY

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Final Design' To Be Given
By Engineers Friday, Jan. 17

The Engineering Council will
present the "Final Design," an-
nual engineering winter formal,
from.9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Jan.
17 in the Union Ballroom.t
Women students have been
granted 1:30 permission for the
"Final Design." The dance is a
revival of the engineering winter
J-Hop Breakfast
WilI B Served{
At Union, League

Reviving a pre-war custom,
breakfasts will be served to
SJ-Ropers immediately after the
dance both Friday and Saturday,
Feb. 7 and 8, at the Union and
League.
250 couples will be served each
right at each place, and tickets
for the breakfast will go on sal;
soon. The menu will include fruit
juice, cereal, toast, bacon, egg:
and milk or coffee. Tickets will
be sold on a first-come, first-
served basis, and a different col-
ored ticket will be necessary for
each night.
J-Hop ticket sales for all stu-
dents whose applications have
been accepted will be held from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow and Fri-
day and from 9 a.m. to noon Satur-
day at a booth in University Hall
Tickets will be sold to applicant
this week only, and students whc
fail to pick up their tickets ther
will not be able to claim them lat-
er, according to Nancy Neumann
ticket chairman.
The tickets will cost $5 plus $1
tax, and purchasers must bring
the $6 in exact change. Check,
made out to the University will b
accepted. Identification cards an(
accepted applications will also b.
necessary in order to buy tickets
The name of the band whic
will play for the 1947 Hop is stil
unannounced, but the committt<
plans to have the same band foI
both nights of the two-night af
fair in -order to make both th(
Friday and Saturday night dance:
identical.

formal held annually before the
war. The formal is open to all stu-
ients on campus, but attendance
will be limited to the capacity of
the ballroom.
Tickets Are On Sale
Tickets for the "Final Design"
are on sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Engineering Arch. Decora-
ions for the dance will follow an
engineering theme. Novel pro-
;rams have been planned, and re-
:reshments will be served to dan-
cers.
Art Jarrett, equally famous as
a vocalist and bandleader, has
-een chosen to play for the dance.
His new orchestra was formed
after his discharge from the Navy,1
ind includes members of the late
Hal Kemp's band.
Jarrett Featured As Soloist
As a soloist, Jarrett was fea-
;ured with Ted Weem's band, and
later co-starred in movies with
Joan Crawford, Carole Lombard,
Sonja Henie and Ginger Rogers.
Ele has also appeared as vocalist
:n a number of radio programs.
In the Navy, Jarrett organized
a band and was put in charge of
ntertainment for all branches of
he services in the San Francisco
'a.rea. In the Central Pacific thea-
ter he commanded the Armed
,orces Radio Show for the Nimitz
Navy.
Eugene Sikorovsky is general
3hairman for the "Final Design,"
mcd central committee members
ire Hal Walters, decorations; Ev
7llin, publicity; Herb Schreiber,
>and; and Andy Poledor, tickets
and programs.
Hiawatha Club
The Hiawartha Club will hold
tn important business meeting at
3 p.m. today in the Union. All
nembers are asked to bring their
lance tickets as this is the last
neeting of the semester. All stu-
lents living in the Upper Penin-
ula will be welcome to attend.

Panhel Night
To Be Qiven
In Rackham
The annual Pan-Hellenic Rec-
ognition Night honoring affiliat-
ed women for scholarship and ac-
tivity participation will be pre-
sented at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Rackham Auditorium.
The program theme, called
"Pan-hellenic Portraits," will be
based on the idea of a family
group. Each sorority, acting as a
member of a family, should work
for the welfare of the whole or-
ganization. The goal is to pro-
mote cooperation within the group
for the integration of ideas and
aims like that of a unified family.
Presentation of the scholar-
ship cup award will be made by
Ira Smith, Registrar and Dean
Alice C. Lloyd will speak on
"Place of sorority women in the
Social Life of the Campus."
Dean Lloyd will also present ac-
tivity awards to a senior, junior
and sophomore for outstanding
participation.
Margaret Gage, 1946 president
of Panhellenic Association, will
talk about the aims and accom-
plishments of the Association.
Lois Cochran, rushing chairman,
will give the rushing report and
discuss the new rushing system.
The committee in charge of
the program this year is headed
by Sally Stamats. The other
chairmen are as follows: pa-
trons, Margery Yolk; finance,
Jean Flood; program arrange-
ment, Kathleen Watson; pub-
licity, Beverly Garrett; and pro-
grams, Marilyn Holtom.
Pan-hellenic Night is a tradi-
tional function given annually to
replace the recognition banquet
which was held every year before
the war.

WAACIub
Meetings Set
THE WAA RIFLE CLUB will
resume practice tomorrow and
Friday at the ROTC Range.
Instruction for beginners will
be held from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
and Friday. Practice for advanced
shooters is scheduled from 5 to
6 p.m. tomorrow. A match will be
held with Drexel Institute of
Technology on Jan. 18. Barbara
Crosby, club manager, urged that
members report for practice.
THE WAA CAMP COUNSEL-
ORS will meet, at 7:30 p.m. tomor-
row in the WAB.
The program will be a crafts
workshop. Members are asked to
bring material with which to work,
according to Virginia Howe, club
manager. Leather work, carving,
sketching and fingerprinting will
be done with discussion of how to
teach the campers.

League Group
Exists To Aid
Other Projects
The League Personnel Commit-
tee, headed by Estelle Klein, was
organized to facilitate women's
undergraduate activities.
Members act as ushers for all
Art Cinema League and Play Pro-
duction events. Recently they
sponsored an information booth in
Rackham at the Principals' Con-
vention, and sold marriage lecture
tickets in the League.
Two assistants heading the
committee, Geraldine London and
Helen Van Dyke, help enlisting
members and keeping files. At
present the committee needs help
for serving at honor dinners as
well as for ushering, art work and
other miscellaneous jobs. Coeds
interested may contact Miss
Klein by leaving a note in her box
in the League undergraduate of-
fice.

Plans Events
The University Women's Glee
Club will be heard throughout the
year over a local radio station by
means of recordings.
The Glee Club has also planned
a Spring Concert and a concert
tour to be held in February, ae-
cording to Barbara Everett, presi-
dent.
Other officers of the club in-
clude. Dorothy Beatty, vice presi-
dent; Patricia Slauff, business
manager; Ruthann Perry, secre-
tary; Doris Johnson, publicity and
Libby Gauthier, librarian.
The Woman's Glee Club is un-
der the direction of Marguerite
Hood.
Games in the WAA Basketball
tournament will be played .this
week in Barbour Gym as follow:
Today: Co-op Girls vs. Pi Beta
Phi II, Sorosis II vs. Jordan IV at
5:10 p.m.

'U' Glee Club Paul Bunyan's Ax Snatched!

Paul B3unyan's ax, sacred tool of
the mighty woodsman. which is
stolen annually, has once again
been lifted.
The ax is guarded tenderly by
members of the forestry school
and is brought forth from its hid-
ing place once each year and ex-
hibited to admiring students at
the Paul Bunyan Formal.
The implement is usually stol-
en just before the dance, but
this year the ax-nappers clever-
ly filched it from its hiding
place in the Wood Utilization
Lab.
A posse of foresters has volun-
teered to search for the ax and
plans are being made to ransack
several men's and women's resi-
dences which are under suspicion.
According to Ken Boehme, one of
the dance committee members.
"Some quarters have placed Engi-
neering Dean Crawford in a sinis-
ter light. Jealousy of the forestry
school is said to be the motive.".

D espite the trag-edy, the dance
comittee is going forward
with its plans for the "Most in-
formal formal of the year." Stu-
dents in tplaid shirts and dunga-
rees will dance to the music of
Ted Weems and his orchestra
from 9 p.m. to midnight Satur-
day in Waterman Gym. An in-
formal intermission program has
been planned, and rustic deco-
rations will be used to make the
dance floor as much like a part
of the back woods as possible.
Tickets are now on sale at the
Union and League and ,:ill con-
tinue to be sold until the night of
the dance.
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