To Be- Presented
All Campus Dance Will Be Sponsored
v Forestrv Club Jan 10 in WiAntermn
TI E ,141kr&.AN VAxIb~iLV,
Paul Bunyan, myt.hical giant of
tie north woods, has begun his
ninual tirek southard to Ann Ar-
boI to lb preseit, at the "Paul
Bunyan Vorma] t' be held 1ro m
9 pm to 1 a.m. S, turday, Jan. 10
iWat inxm and Barbour Gym-
Paul ]unyan,' presented every
bthe Forester s Club and
open to ite entire student body, is
tkrner "he most informal for-
mal of the yea. Guests come at-
tired in anyt i ktI from plaid shirts
Students To Sign
Students wishing to tutor under
the auspices of the League tutorial
system may still register in the
Merit-Tutorial office of the
utors must have a A or B in
the. course in which they wish to
tutor. It is preferable that they
have taken the course within the
past school year.
Tutors are also available in a
variety of subjects. Those desiring
a tutor may inquire at the Merit-
te PrTram Arrangements
Committee for Panhellenic Re-
cognition Night will meet at
a p.m. today in the Garden
Itoom of the League, according
to Virginia Nicklas, chairman.
and blue jeans to T-shirts and
Guests will dance in the "wood-
-:y" atmosphere of Waterman
Gym lined with actual 25-foot
trees and overhanging branches.
In the adjoining gym woodsmen.
will serve cider and doughnuts
over an old-time bar, reminiscent
of the colorful -boom town" lum-
Tickets for the "formal" willl go
on sale Monday in the League,
the Union and on the Diag.
Dance Has Early Origin
The traditional Paul Bunyan
dance had its origin in the "Camp
Davis Dance" of former years,
when it servedasa get-together
for forestry students who had
spent their summers gaining prac-
tical experience in lumbering at
In 1937 the Forester's Club took
over organization of the dance,
widened its scope, and presented
the first "Paul Bunyan Formal,"
which included a hayride and all
the trimmings, at Saline Valley
"Although 'Paul Bunyan' has
always been an all-campus dance,"
Keith Threuttner, general chair-
man, asserted, "it has only recently
attained its present popularity"
Announcement will be made
later of the nationally-knownl
band engaged to play for the
NET STARS-Members of the British Wightman Cup tennis
team arriving in New York posed for this picture. From bottom
reading clockwise: Mrs. Betty Hilton, Jean Quertier, Joy Gannon,
Mrs. Molly Blair and Mrs. Kay Stammers Menzies.
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A Christmas Record Dance and
Bridge Party fow all Michigan
Dames and their husbands will be
presented at 8 p.m. today in the
Michigan League Ballroom by the
bridge "interest" group of the
The Christmas party program
will include "white elephant" gift
grab bag, and Christmas carol
singing. The Clef Club Chorus,
under the direction of Rosemary
Shingleton, of the Graduate
School of Music, will sing Christ-
mas songs for the group.
The general committee for the
dance includes Mrs. D. F. Drum-
mond, Mrs. E. C. Moore, Mrs. C.
V. Carter, and Mrs. A. H. Beeve,
The Michigan Dames are the
campus chapter of the national
organization of University Dames,
which is composed of married
women students and wives of mar-
Will Be Held
Assembly and the Union Social
Committee will present a Christ-
mas mixer from 2 to 5 p.m. Sat-
urday in the League Ballroom.
This dance is the first in a ser-
ies of mixers to be held every
other Saturday afternoon. It is
open to all men and women on
campus and was organized to help
students get acquainted.
Tom McNall and his orchestra
will be featured with vocalist Jac-
kie Ward. There will. also be
bridge, for those interested and
refreshments will be served.
"This mixer will give students
a chance for relaxation and a
pleasant afternoon before the
Christmas holidays," Blanche Ber-
ger, chairman of the League Dance
Michigan Theatre Bldg
To Be Held Today
Student, Faculty tea will honor
the pharmacy and public health
departments at 4 p.m. today in the
Russian Tea Room of the League.
All students and faculty are in-
vited to attend.
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Golf Club members will meet
for instruction with the number
two or three iron at 5 p.m. to-
day at the WAB.
Badminton club singles tourna-
ment is entering the second round
All women who signed up for
membership in the club are reg-
istered in the tournament. The
schedule for games is posted on
the WAA Bulletin Board in Bar-
A Saturday section of the Bad-
minton Club has been formed to
accommodate women who wish to
participate in the activities of the
The group meets from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. Saturday in Barbour
Gym. Members must supply their
rackets and birds. Rackets may
also be rented. Questions con-
cerning the club may be answer-
ed by calling Naida Chernow, club
manager, at 2,4471.
Mixed Sports Night
Due to the swimming meet Sat-
urday the small gym and swim-
ming pool will not be available
for the weekly Mixed Sports Night
program at the Intra-mural bldg.
Badminton and volleyboll courts
will be set up in the large gym
for players. Squash, handball and
paddleball equipment will also be
available. The program is open
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. tomor-
row to all students.
See the Annual
* Round trip, 21-
A Stewardess service
0 All meals aloft
9 6 nights Hotel Del Mar
* Special bus to game
* Big New Year's Eve Party
* Free Air Trip to
Leave Detroit, Dec. 26
Return Jan. 2, 10 p.m., E.S.T.
Only$225*5 incl. tax
Early Reservations Necessary
meets the eye...
One look and you'd say that a great deal of
work lies ahead before this new telephone
central office is completed. That's true. But
already, much of the job is done!
For months telephone men have been
hard at work-in offices and in the field.
One group has carefully studied business and
population trends and has forecast the tele-
phone needs of the community for years to
come. Another has determined the amount
L and types of equipment that will best meet
these needs. Still others have found ways to
x make this new equipment a part of our
world-wide communications network.
At our Western Electric plants the tele-
phone equipment-the switchboards, frames
and switcliIng mechanisms, the cable, wire
and relays-has been scheduled and is al-
ready being manufactured.
All this ard more before the ground was
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