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Foresters To Hold
Tickets are still available in
University Mall for the annual
"Paul Bunyan Formal," to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday
in Waterman and Barbour Gym-
nasiums featuring the music of
Phil Levant and his orchestra.
Levant, with Shirley White as
starring vocalitst, has just com-
pleted a six-week engagement at
Chicago's "Blackhawk," where he
was -praised for his smooth, .sweet,
The strictly informal dance
is sponsored by the Foresters'
Club and is under the chair-
; manship of Keith Truettner.
Guests will come attired in
woodsmen's garb-blue jeans,
plaid shirts and boots.
Waterman Woods will be the
scene of dancing, while Barbour
Gym will be converted into a
typical lumber camp trading post.
For the price of a few beaver
skins guests may buy cider and
doughnuts, and smoking will be
permitted in a specially construct-
Actual 30-foot trees cut from
the Forestry School's own plan-
tations will lend a woodsw at-
mosphere to the gym. Deer
heads and animal skins will dec-
orate the trading post.
The foresters will present a
floorshow during intermission
which will feature a "bucking" or
log-sawing contest between sev-
eralcouples chosen from the
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners as well as to the winner
of the age-guessing contest now
in progress in University Hall. A
cross-section of a tree is revealed
to purchasers of "Paul Bunyan"
tickets, who give an estimate of
its age by the number of annual
Late permission will be granted
to the women attending the dance.
Weekly duplicate bridge play
will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in the League. Both stu-
dents and townspeople are in-
vited to attend.
Mortarboard's annual "Pay-Off
Dance," when women students re-
pay their J-Hop dates will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday,
Feb. 13 in the League Ballroom,
Fran Wine-Gar and his orches-
tra will play for the traditional.
informal affair. The theme will
center around Valentine's Day.
Tickets will go on sale during
registration week at booths in the
League and Waterman Gymna-
sium. Proceeds from the dance
Room 2320 East Engineering Bldg.
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WITH THE AID of a slide rule Lem- Richards attempts to guess the age of a tree cross-section
on display at the "Paul Bunyan" booth in University Hall, while fellow contestants Herm Kraz-
ner grid Norm Collins look on. Selling tickets to the "formal" and supervising the contest are Art
Ennis and Keith Truettner.
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J-Hop ticket sales will continue
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and
from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow at
the University Hall ticket booth
for students holding approved ap-
Open sale of J-Hop tickets will
begin at 1 p.m. tomorrow and
will continue as long as they last.
If there are any tickets remain-
ing at 5 p.m. tomorrow they will
go on sale Saturday until noon.
ticket sales for the traditiaonal
J-Hop breakfasts, to behpresented
after the dances at the League
and Union, will be made later.
Informal off-night dances have
been scheduled for the League and
Union as part of the J-Hop week-
end. Ticket sales will be an-
Office and Portable Models
of all makes
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Members of the "Pay-Off
Dance" committees will meet
at 4 p.m. today in Pamela
Wrinch's room in Martha Cook
will be used for the two Mortar-
board scholarships awarded at In-
stallation Night in the spring.
Jo Osgood is chairman of the
"Pay - Off Dance" committee.
Other committee members are
Penny Klausner, assistant chair-
man; Rozann Radliff, patrons;
Nancy Holt, decorations; Jerry
Gaffney, programs; Eunice Mintz,
publicity; and Ruth Klausner, re-
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Three "Fashion Fellowships"
will be awarded to career-minded
senior women by the Tobe-Co-
burn School for Fashion Careers
in New York in an annual na-
The fellowships, worth $900
each, will be awarded to senior
women graduating before Aug. 30,
1948. The winners will be trained
for executive positions in fashion
co-ordination, buying, advertising,
styling and personnel work.
Each winner, on her arrival
in New York, will also have
the opportunity to select a cus-
tom-made hat from the fall col-
lection of Sally Victor or John
The fellowships will cover full
tuition for a one year course at
the school, which trains college
graduates for work in fashion and
The training emphasizes ac-
tual contact with fashion indus-
try through lectures by leading
fashion figures, visits to manu-
Coed volunteers are needed to
man a League-sponsored candy
store to be established next se-
mester in University Hall.
Women interested in obtaining
League activity points as well as
actual sales experience will meet
at 3 p.m. today in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
General plans for the booth and
duties of workers will be dis-
cussed by Janet Cork, chairman
of the Benefit Drives Commit-
tee, sponsor of the plan.
"Coeds will be chosen by in-
terest and sense of responsibility,"
Miss Cork said. They will be al-
lowed to choose working hours'
most convenient for them.
Any profits resulting from sales
will be donated to the fund for
winterization of the University
Fresh Air Camp.
Mixer To Be Held
In Union Saturday
Under the co-sponsorship of the
Union and the League, an all-
campus mixer will be held from
2 to 5 p.m. Saturday in the
Admission is free for all women
students, but men will be charged
10c to cover the cost of cokes,
which will be served as refresh-
ments during the afternoon.
Campus talent will be featured
in a floorshow and entertainment
will consist of cards and music
The afternoon mixer is under
the direction of Dale Coenen.
Registration blanks must
completed before Jan. 30 and
be obtained at the Bureau of
pointments, 201 Mason Hall.
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Central Committee for Assem-
bly Ball was announced yester-
day by Irma Eichhorn, president
Coeds who will head the dance
committees are Nadine Literaty,
general chairman; Joan Shep-
pard, finance; Arlette Harbor,
tickets; Peggy Pell, tickets assis-
tant; Margaret O'Leary, building
and grounds; Barbara Strunsky,
decorations; Sheila Millman, de-
corations assistant; Mary Jo Wil-
son, patrons; Arlene Brice, pro-
grams; Betty Hamilton, publicity
and Louise Koning, publicity as-
The dance is schedutled for
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The schedule of games for the
All-Campus Badminton Tourna-
ment is posted on the WAA Bul-
letin Board in Barbour Gym. All
games in the first round must be
played by tomorrow. Times for
playing are 10 a.m. to noon today
and tomorrow and 1 to 4 p.m. to-
morrow. Each player is respon-
sible for contacting her own op-
ponent and arranging a conveni-
ent time for playing. Winner of
the round is the winner of two
games out of three played.
The WAA Fencing Club will
hold an instructional meeting at
4:30 p.m. today in the WAB.
Membership is open to all
women who have had at least one
semester of fencing..
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