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Special Floorshow Offered
At Semester s Last Casbah
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In the last fit a >:vie, itf weki -
end dances thi s semester, tii
Campus Casba h, student night-.
club, will present the music of
Fran Wine-Gar and his orchestra
and a special floorshow starring
Buck Dawson, Al Jackson and the
Fiji Five from 9 p.m. to midnight
today and tomorrow in the League
Wine-Gar has returned from a
tour of Michigan cities during the
Christmas vacation. His student
1 band will feature the voice of Nola,
Fergie Ferguson on the drums,
and Will Brask, piano.
Jackson and his troupe, includ-
ing Dick McWilliams, Andy Prin-
gle,s George Olsen and Dave
Thomas, will present a program of
comedy and dance acts. Russian
and French dances will be featured
by the Five, followed by Jackson in'
an imitation of Phil Harris and
his Dark Town Poker Club.
The regular Casbah broadcast
from 10 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday
over Station WHRV will feature a
program of Wine-Gar's music.
Tickets for the weekend dances
Honoring the mythical giant of
the north woods, the Foresters'
Club wili present the "Paul Bun-
yan Formal,"1 with Phil Levant
and his orchestra, from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. tomorrow in Waterman and
The so-called "formal" is tra-
ditionally strictly informal. Guests
arrive equipped for the woods
with jeans, plaid shirts, knee-high
boots and hunting licenses.
Levant and his group, featuring
Shirley White as vocalist, who
have just completed a six-week
engagement at Chicago's "Black-
hawk," will play in the shade of
Waterman Woods, where real 30-
foot trees will ine the gym.
Cider and doughnuts will be
sold to guests for the price of a few
beaverskins. Photographers will
be on hand to pose coumples in a
Women attending the dance will
receive late permission.
Importance of Position To Decide Credit,
Recognized Activities Will Merit Points
A revised point system for undergraduate women's activities was
approved at a recent meeting of the League Council.
This new system is made on the basis of 100 points for the high-
est possible office for women, President of the League. The number
of points range from 5 to 100. Points are given on the basis of the ac-
tivities participated in by the coed, and not on the basis of the num-
ber of hours spent on the project.
Formerly, points were given to the various activities, not ac-
cording to their importance, but to the number of hours required
each week for the job.
The new system is recorded with the Merit-Tutorial Committee of
--- -_ the League. This committee is re-
()th e Louse
By JEAN WI!l IN P
and MARILYN JONES
Few parties have been schoddled
for this weekend. :v; weary stll-
dents are resting up for finals or
perhaps from a rough vacation.
Along Fraternity Row a number
of dances will be held. Lambda
Chi Alpha and Theta Delta Chi
will give pre-exam record dances'
from 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow.
The AOP's will hold a winter
formal today in the Henderson
Rm. of the League. Ken Nor-
man's orchestra will provide
music for dancing. Mr. and
Mrs. H. N. Barnard, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Dixon and Mr. and Mrs.
Angus MacDonald of Ann Arbor
will be guests.
Phi Sigma Kappa will hold an
informal record dance from 9 p.m.
to midnight today. The house will
be decorated and cokes, cookies
and potato chips are to be served
as refreshments. The Theta Xi's
have planned a record dance at
their house today, following the
SDT will have a sleigh ride
today. There will be dancing
and refreshments at the house
afterwards in a winter carnival
Johnny Harberd and his band
will furnish music-at the Phi Delt
house tomorrow when the pledges
present an informal dance for the
activities. Guests will wear jeans
and plaid shirts so that they may
attend the "Paul Bunyan Formal"
after the dance.
BOOTS 'n' JEANS at the
with PHIL LEVANT'S Band
JANUARY 10, 1948
9 P.M.-1 A.M.
WATERMAN and BARBOUR BYMNASIUMS
Tickets On Sale in University Hall Booth.
Read and Use The Daily Classified Ads.
are on sale in the Undergraduate
Office of the League and may also
be purchased at the door. ,
Be Ready for J-Hop
At SMOKE SALE Prices
Group of formals originally $16.95
to $49.95. Now $10.00 to $25.00.
BALLERINA DRESSES 1/4 OFF
Crepes, taffetas, failles
Formerly $16.95 to $29.95
Also COATS, SUITS, DRESSES
At Savings tip to 1 /2 and Mores
Special .invitation is being ex-
tended by the Panhellenic Board
to all transfer sorority women to
attend the annual Panhellenic
Recognition Night, to be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday in Rackham
Affiliated women will be hon-
ored for activities and scholarship
during the program, but the
theme will not be realed until
Individual and house activities
will be compiled under a new
merit system this year. House ac-
tivity awards will not include
sports clubs, as they have in the
past. However, individual awards
will include sports clubs. Points
for awards are computed for this
An activities cup will be award-
ed for the first time this year to
the sorority having the highest
number of activities. Dean Alice
C. Lloyd will make the presenta-
tion following her annual address.
The traditional Panhellenic As-
sociation Scholarship Cup will be
presented by Registrar Ira M.
Smith, to the sorority achieving
the highest scholarship.
New members will be tapped by
Scroll, affiliated senior women's
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holmes of
Lakeview, Michigan announce the
recent engagement of their
daughter, Mabel, to Raymond O.
Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Clason of Chicago.
The bride-elect is a senior in the
education school and will be
graduated in June. Mr. Anderson
is a student in the engineering
school and is a member of the Phi
Delta Theta fraternity.
The couple are planning a sum-
* * *
The engagement of Gwendolyn
Williams to Kenneth Lawrence
Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Lewis Peterson of Grayling,
has been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wil-
liams of Wyandotte.
Both are juniors at the Univer-
sity. Mr. Peterson is a member of
Sigma Delta Chi journalism fra-
The wedding will take place in
the late summer.
IM Sports Night
Open to Students
The Intra-mural Mixed Sports
Night will be held from 7:30 to
10:30 p.m. today in the IM Build-
Activities this week will include
swimming, badminton, volleyball,
paddleball, squash, basketball, and
gymnastics. The program is open
to all students. Identification
cards will be checked at the door,
and students may invite one
sponsible for maintaining a rec-
ord of each woman's activities
and the number of points she has
earned in these activities.
Coeds are given points for
work in all recognized League
and campus activities. A certain
number of points are designated
for each major chairmanship.
The number of points earned for
work on a committee is deter-
mined by personnel reports
turned into th2 Merit-Tutorial
office by the chairmen of com-
Awards and membership to va-
rious honorary societies are made
with the aid of the system.
Copies of the revised point sys-
tem will be made available to all
students as soon as possible, ac-
cording to Donis Murray, chair-
man of the Merit-Tutorial Com-
Teams To Bowl
A challenge game between the
WAA Bowling Club team holding
the net high score for the season
and members of the Physical Ed-
ucation faculty will be held at 3:30
P.M. todlay in the WAB.
Members of this team are Kip
MacDonald, Mary Wilt, Marjory
Hilsinger, Pat Krawick, and Jean
Theteam of Bea Newberry,
Mary Lou Krupka, Jean Olson,
June Van Meter and Doris Allen,
who have won the most games in-
cluding the handicap, will receive
an award at the reorganization
meeting for theeBowling Club next
.Michifish. WAA. Swimming
Club, will meet at 10 a.m. to-
morrow at the Union Pool. All
members must be present at
this. meeting,. according .to
Rosemarie Schoetz, club man-
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