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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1947

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'Paul Bunyan' Ticket Sales
ToContinue in U' Hall Booth

Books

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Activities

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Dance Will Have
Woodsy Theme
Ticket sales will continue in the
University Hall Booth for the an-
nual "Paul Bunyan Formal," to be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-
day, Jan. 10 in Waterman and
Barbour Gymnasiums.
Students purchasing tickets will
also have an opportunity to par-
ticipate in a woodsman's guessing
contest. A 2-foot wide cross-sec-
tion of a Western Yellow Pine will
be unveiled to every buyer, who
will be asked to guess the age of
the tree by the number of annual
growth rings. Winner of the con-
test will be presented with a plaid
wool shirt at the dance.
Informal Formal
"Paul Bunyan," generally known
as the "most informal formal of
the year," is sponsored by the
Foresters' Club. The dance has
been held annually for the last
decade in honor of the mythical

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giant of the north woods and his
faithful blue ox.
"Paul Bunyan" guests will
dance in the shade of Waterman
Woods, where real 30-foot trees
will line the ballroom. The red
pines to be used have been grown
1from little seedlings by Forestry
School students in the University's
own plantations in northern
Michigan.
Picturesque Pictures
A photographer will be on hand
to take "shots" of couples .posed
on opposite ends of a two-man
saw.
The "Paul Bunyan" committee
is under the direction of Keith
Truettner, gene ral chairman.
Other Foresters' Club members on
the dance committee include Ken
Boehme and Roy Ahonen, pro-
gram; Tex Webster and Gordon
Harry, publicity; Bruce Miller and
Hil Reynolds, business; Scotty
Wainscott and Archie Lubeck,
decorations; Bob, Miller, Fern
Brooks, Jim Froula and Bob Dor-
sett, refreshments; and Walt
Reinhardt, concessions.

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STRDIUM BOOTS

Qift Problem
For Children
By MARGARET FROSTIC
The local bookstores present the
Christmas gift answer for that
young nephew or niece of yours
that seems to already have every-
thing imaginable.
For the very young the books
that 'feel' are few but intriguing.
Young Mary can "Pat the Bunny"
each time he appears in the story
by Dorothy Kunhardt. The "Little
Fur Family" is covered with real
fur and the story within is by
Margaret Wise Brown.
Christmas books abound and
are carefully put away to last
many Christmases in most
cases. Hans Christian Ander-
sen's "The Little Fir Tree"
achieves its full beauty when
read to the young on Christmas
morn. "Why the Chimes Rang"
by Raymond MacDonald Alden
tells the timeless story of per-
sonal sacrifice. Among the
newer tales is "The Christmas
Whale" which relates the story
of what happened when Santa's
reindeer decided they didn't
want to carry Santa on his an-
nual round-the-world journey.
Animal books include a range as
large as the animal kingdom it-
self. "Burlap" by Morgan Dennis
tells the story of the hound dog
who wouldn't hunt. Kipling's
tales of "How the Leopard Got His
Spots," "How the Camel Got His
Hump," and "The Cat That
Walked By Himself" present en-
joyable stories as well as good lit-
erature.
A new series by the Encyclo-
pedia Britannica features a sci-
entific approach to animal
study. Photographs acquaint
the child with the porcupine
and his pals in "Animals of the
Woods," with Shep the farm dog
in-"Dogs" and with a galaxy of
other animals in the nine
books of the series. The read-
ing,is well suited to the interest
of the budding nature lovers.
New lights have been added to
many of the children's classics.
Norman Rockwell has illustrated
"Tom Sawyer" so that he becomes
even more real than under the
pen of Mark Twain. Lewis Car-
roll's "Alice in Wonderland and
Through the Looking Glass" may
be purchased both in single copy
and double book additions.
Among the 'near classics' are]
the A. A. Milne books, "Winnie
the Pooh," "The House at Pooh
Corner" and "When We Were
Very Young." Unbirthday pres-
ents will be among the more
popular entertainments when
the young child reads of Pooh's
and Piglet's unbirthday party
for Eeyore.
Three books may be purchased
now in Mary Poppins series,
"Mary Poppins," "Mary Poppins
Comes Back" and "Mary Poppins
Opens the Door." To all those
who have not met this amazing
governess an experience is in
store.

TIE IDEAL
CHIRISTMAS

EDITOR-Mrs. Henry C. Chris-
tian, editor of "The Triangle,."
official publication of J Mu Phi
Epsilon, national music honor-
ary sorority, was honored at a
musicale yesterday given by the
University Mu Phi chapter.
DAILY_
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
English Journal Club: Meeting,
8:15 p.m., Wed., Dec. 17, East
Lounge, 3rd floor, Rackham Bldg.
Mr. A. M. Eastman will discuss
"The Intentional Fallacy."
A.Ph.A. Student Branch meet-
ing, Wed., Dec. 17, Rm. 300,
Chemistry Bldg. Dr. J. J. Hanlon,
of the School of Public Health,
guest speaker. All old members'
dues for the coming year are pay-
able at this meeting.
Armenian Students' Association
will not have its annual Christmas
Party Wednesday, Dec. 17.
Deutscher Verein: 7 p.m., Wed.,
Dec. 17, Garden Room, Michigan
League. A short Christmas pro-
gram will be followed by carrolling
on campus.
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
Business Administration frater-
nity: business meeting, Wed., Dec.
17, Rm. 305 Michigan Union, 7:30
p.m. Pledges meet 7 p.m. same
room.

Will Be Qiven
Panhellenic
Annual Recognition Night
To Honor Affiliated Coeds
With Scholarship Award
For the first time this year, an
activities cup will be awarded to
the sorority having the highest
number of activity points at the
annual Panhellenic Recognition
Night.
Honoring outstanding affiliated
women for activities and scholar-
ship, the traditional program will
be held at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 12 in
Rackham Lecture Hall. Special in-
vitation to attend is being extend-
ed to transfer affiliated women.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will name
the sophomore, junior and senior
women having the most activities
points in her class, in addition to
presenting the new Panhellenic
Association Activities Cup. Points
for the awards are computed for
this semester only.
The house with the highest
scholarship record for the year
1946-47 will be awarded the tra-
ditional scholarship cup by Regis-
trar Ira Smith.
The theme for the annual event
will not be revealed until the night
of the program. However, Dean
Lloyd and Mr. Smith will deliver

Complaints
To Be Told
There will be a gripe session
for anyone who has J-Rop
problems from 9:45 to 11:45
a.m. Friday in Rm. 2 University
Hall, according to Bruce Lock-
wood, ticket chairman.
All complaints will be heard
and adjustments made at that
time. Anyone who is unable to
attend at the scheduled time is
asked to send a representative.
FCaroling Coeds
Will Be Given
Late Permission
Women who wish to join carol-
ing groups during the evenings of
this week may obtain 11 p.m. late
permission for that day if they
apply the day before the event in
the office of the Dean of Women.
Several men's and women's resi-
dences have joined to have carol-
ing parties this week, according to
repoits made in the Office of the
Dean of Women. The number of
caroling groups has increased
greatly each year since the cam-
pus returned to a pre-war status.
Theta Sigma Phi
Initiates Student
Miss Margaret O'Leary was init-
iated into Theta Sigma Phi, jour-
nalism honor society, at 6 p.m.
Sunday in the Henderson Room of
the League.
Miss O'Leary was initiated by
Mrs. Vivian Bean, president of the
organization, and Laurette Taylor
was her sponsor. Mrs. Esther Can-,
ja was in charge of arrangements
for the event.

their annual addresses
the presentations. In
Sally Stamats, Panhel
and Jane Wetmore,
Chairman, will speak.

preceding
addition,
President,
Rushing

Tickets Available for the
RwOSE BO~WL
Take Mother, Dad or a Friend
Via
CAPITAL A IRLINES
55 Passenger DC-4
;Ticket to game. Meals aloft and stewardess service. 5 nights
Hotel Del Mar. Special bus to Rose Bowl Parade and game.
BgNew YearsEva nldigne r, i favors. dlancing,
All This for Only $315.00 Round Trip Incl. Tax
* Ticket to game. Round trip via chartered 21-passenger DC-
3. " Stewardess service. * 6 nights Hotel Del Mar. All meals
aloft. " Special bus to game. * Sightseeing. Free air trip
to Las Vegas. " Big New Year's Eve party, including dinner,
favors, dancing, floor show.
Leaving December 26 .. . Return January 2, 10 P.M. E.S.T.
Only $285.00 Round Trip Incl. Tax
ROSE BOW.L TICKET INCLUDED
Reservations Close Saturday Dec. 20
CALL, WIRE, or WRITE
2702 DAVID STOTT BLDG.
INFORMATION RESERVATIONS
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WAA Notices
'Ensian pictures of the WAA
Rifle Club will be taken at 5 p.m.
today at the ROTC Range. A short
business meeting will follow.
The Inter -house Basketball
Schedule - as run in Saturday's
Daily is regarded as final. Houses
will not be notified by calls or
postcards about games as previ-
ously.
Any changes or errors in the
schedule will be reported to house
managers: dormitory manager,
Ruth Ann Hansen, 2-3159; so-
rority manager, Jackie Reid, 2-
2569; league house manager Betsy
Bousfield, 2-5618.

Other Stadium-type Boots from 6.95 to 13.50
OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. THROUGH DECEMBER 20th

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