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MnART:t724THE M CHIGAXN!DATYX

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J -Hop Tickets Will Be Sold '
Tomorrow in 'U' Hall Booth'

Panhel Adopts

New

System

J-Hop tickets will go on sah
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow
and Thursday at the ticket booth
in University Hall.
For the present sales are only
)pen to students holding approved
J-Hop ticket applications. Tickets
will be issued in two different
colors to distinguish between Fri-
day and Saturday tickets.
.'resent Applications
It will ue necessary for stu-
dents to present their approved
applications before tickets may be
issued. Students must present
$7.50 in exact change when pur-
chasing tickets according to Bruce
Lockwood, ticket chairman.
Sonny Dunham and Tommy
Dorsey will be featured at the+

tralitirnal J-Hop to be presented
from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. February
G nd 7 in the Intramural Build-
ing.
Brcaklast Plans
Plans are underway for the
breakfasts to be held after the
dance at the League and Union.
Coeds will be granted 4 a.m. per-
mi ion to attend the approved
breakfasts.
Informal off-night dances at
the League and Union ballrooms
are also scheduled for J-Hop
weekend. The cpntral J-Hop Com-
mittee has announced that coeds
will not wear corsages to J-Hop
unless they are members of the
committee.

SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
MichigaSn iJhlatre Mikliiig
Our Specialty -
BRANDED FULL-FASHIONED SHEER HOSIERY
Also Conplete Line of
BLOUSES - SWEATERS - ROBES - LINGERIE
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For Awards
A new merit system of compil-
ing house and individual activ-
ities will be used when affiliated
women are honored at the an-
nual Panhellenic Recognition
Night, to be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Participation in sports clubs will
not be included in house activity
awards as they have in the past.
The new ruling was put into ef-
fect because separate sports hon-
ors are given later in the spring
semester at Lantern Night. How-
ever, individual sports clubs will
be included in individual awards.
For the first time this year,
an activities cup will be award-
ed to the sorority having the
highest number of activities.
Recognition will also be given to,
the sophomore, junior and sen-
ior women having the most ac-
tivity points in her class.
The Panhellenic Association
Scholarship Cup will be presented
to the sorority achieying the high-
est scholarship. Scroll, senior af-
filiated honor society, will tap
new members at the conclusion of
the program.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will speak
on the challenge to sororities
preceding her presentation of
activity awards. Registrar Ira
M. Smith will deliver his annual
address in addition to awarding
the scholarship cup.
Sally Stamats, Panhellenic
president, and Jane Wetmore,
rushing chairman will also speak.
Miss Wetmore will discuss the
purpose of deferred rushing and
give general plans for formal
rushing next semester.

Candy Bootf
Installations
Acclaimed
"Just what we've needed f
long time," residents of wom
dormitories say in praise of
cently installed candy stores.
Under the direction of JK
Cork, League Drives Chairr
booths have been set up in
dorms for the sale of bluebo
candy, cookies, kleenex, and o
incidentals. Items are sold
lower rates than in other I
stores, and managers report g
ifying results from early sales
Managers, chosen from eacl
the dorms, are responsible
keeping accounts and stoc
stores. Together with coed h
ers, the managers have set t
own business hours. All wor
on this project are volunteers
will receive League participa
credits.
Dorms have already given t
stores individual names. Mo.
has dubbed its booth "Eliza
Sweet Shoppe," the "Sweet To
is operating in Helen Newb
and Stockwell coeds patronize
"Stockwell Emporium."
Plans are being made for
establishment of a booth next
mester in University Hall.
Bowling Club
Announces H igI
Weekly Totals
The WAA Bowling Club rep
that Elizabeth Barss, M,
Brice, Helen House, Betsy M
and Nancy Vedder were the1
bowling team of last week wi
score of 1181 pins.
Ten high totals for the
were entered in the National T
graphic Meet. Harriet Gale,
Brezner, Sue Rheum, Rose Co
and Fran Doty rolled the five
scores entered.
DUGOUT CAFETERIA
1121 S. University
Down the Street from Engine A
Open Sundays - 9 A.M. to 11 P
Breakfast 9 A.M. to 11:30 A.M
Dinners served 12 Noon to 7 P.
Fine Meals - Between-Meal Sna
Weekdays from 7 A.M. to 11:30 P
Home-made Danish Patry and P1

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IT'S A TALL ONE:
Foresters Accuse Paul Bunyan
Of Precipitating Snowy Blasts

NOW
PLAYINGI

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By AUDREY BUTTERY
If there is any honor attached'
to the title "champion tall story
teller on the subject of local
weather," it is claimed by the
Forester's Club, sponsors of the
forthcomin, "Paul Bunyan For-
mal."
The foresters, on viewing Ann
Arbor's recent flurries, gleefully
announced that they could give a
clue to the real cause of local
storms. The credit, they say, may
be ascribed to the efforts of Paul
Bunyan, mythical giant of the
North Woods, to announce his ap-
proaching arrival at the Univer-
sity.
In explanation of this fantastic
theory, the foresters revealed that
they had invited Paul to be guest

of honor at their annual "formal,
to be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in Barbour and Water-
man Gym. Until recently they had
received no reply.
Assurance of Bunyan's arrival
came with the storms, when winds
and low rumblings were inter-
preted as Paul's mighty reply. The
snow, the foresters insist, is un-
doubtedly condensation of the
massive woodsman's breath.
And so another tale is added to
the store of Bunyan legends. Ac-
cording to folklore Paul and his
blue ox, Babe, have been cavort-
ing north of Michigan for many
years, uprooting forests with one
stroke and drinking Lake Superior

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To you al - near and far
A Wonderful and Happy
New Year.

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WAA Notices

Games in the Interhouse Bas-
ketball Tournament to be played
this week are :
Tuesday: 5:10 p.m. Stockwell V
vs. Hamilton House, Alpha Phi I
vs. Delta Gamma II; 7:10 p.m.
Helen Newberry II vs. Stockwell
VII, Stockwell VIII vs. Gamma
Phi Beta III,
Wednesday: 5:10 p.m. Mary
Markley vs. Kappa Alpha Theta I,
Jordan V vs. Delta Gamma III;
7:10 p.m. Kappa Kappa Gamma
III vs. Pi Beta Phi I; 8:15 p.m.
Couzens III vs. Stockwell XII.
Thursday: 5:10 p.m. Alpha Om-
icron Pi IV vs. Delta Gamma V,
Jordan II vs. Alpha Delta Pi II;
7:10 p.m. Gamma Phi Beta III vs.
Stockwell VIII, Interzone vs. Al-
pha Xi Delta III; 8:15 p.m. Zone
I vs. Zeta Tau Alpha III.
Dormitory and league house
presidents will not meet until
the beginning of the spring se-
mester, announced Irma Eich-
orn, president of Assembly.

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