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January 11, 1948 - Image 5

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Panhel Recognition Night
Will Honor ffiliated Coeds

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The annual Panhtlleniw floi-
nition Night program will be held
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, honoring
affiliated women ibr activities
and scholarship.
For the first time this year, a
Panhellenic Association Activities
Cup will be awarded to the soror-
ity having the highest number
of activities. The cup is being
presented under a new merit sys-
tem of compiling activity points.
Participation in sports will
not be included in house activ -
No Corsages
Will Be Worn
At Annual J-Hop
'The J-Hop central Vommittee
requests that no corsages be worn
at either of the formal dances to
be presented Feb. 6 and 7.
It is a traditional J-lop policy
that only members of they commit-
tee or their guests wear flowers.
J-Hop breakfasts will be given
at the League and Union after
both, presentations of J-Hop.
Breakfast ticket sales will open
at the end of the week. Announce-
ment of the exact times will be
made in The Daily. The price of
tickets will be $1.05.
Author To Speak
June Weatherell Frame. author
of "Run Sheep Run," will speak
on "Writing" for the general
neeting of the Michigan Dames
to be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Rackham Assembly Hall,.
Mrs. Frame has had three other
novels published, "But That Was
Yesterday," "Shut the Door Be-
hind You," and "Dead Center."
She teaches composition and
prose at Michigan State Normal
College. Mr. Frame is a graduate
student in the University.

ties as they have lin the pant.
Separate sports awards are giv-
en later in the spring semester,
I and the new ruling was put in-
to effect to eliminate repetition
of awards.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd will make
the presentation of activity awards
following her annual address.
Sophomore, junior and senior
women having the most activity
points in their classes will also be
named at this time. Points for the
awards are computed for this se-
mester only.
The traditional :Panhellenic
Association Scholarship Cup will
be awarded to the sorority
achieving the highest scholastic
'record for the year 1946-47, by
Registrar Ira M. Smith. He will
deliver his annual speech' pre-
ceding the award.
Pi Beta Phi was awarded the
scholarship cup for the year 1945-
46. Gamma Phi Beta was named
as the house having the most ac-
Sally Stamats, Panhel presi-
dent, and Jane Wetmore, rush-
ing chairman, will alsoa speak.
Scroll, senior affiliated honor
society will tap at the' conclu-
sion of the program.
The general chairman for the
annual program is Harriet Mer-
melstein, Sigma Delta Tau. Other
chairmen include Virginia ;Nck-
las, Delta Delta Delta, program
arrangements; Mary Ann Ken-
nedy, Kappa Alpha Theta, pat-
rons; Ann Norris, Kappa Delta,
programs; and Rosmarie Schoetz,
Gamma Phi Beta, finance.
Senior Society will "hold a
very important meeting at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Russian
Tea Room of the League. Mem-
bers who are unable to attend
should contact Mary Quiatt, 2-
3225, or Maida Chernow, 2-

COSTER'S PARADE--Gaudily attired, the "pearly kings and queens of the coster-mongers (push-
cart peddlers) arade to church in London in revival of their harvest festival.

Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Hamil-
ton of 1512 Granger Ave., this
city, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Barbara Jean, to
William Barnes, son of Mrs. Clar-
ence E. Smith of Detroit, Michi-
Miss Hamilton is a senior in the
University and is a member of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and
Kappa Phi, Methodist student
club. Mr. Barnes is a senior in
the University and is president of
the Methodist student Wesleyan
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Smyth
of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Nancy, to Brooks Hawkins, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins of
Barrington, R.I.
Miss Smyth is a senior and is
president of the Gamma Phi Beta
sorority. The wedding will take
place in the fall.
** *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Hamil-
ton of Ithaca, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Bette Ann, to Robert M. Hutchin-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
E. Hutchinson of Princeton, N.J.
Miss Hamilton is a junior in
the University. Mr. Hutchinson
is a graduate of Princeton Univer-
sity and is now working for his
'Pay-Off Dance'
To Honor Dates
Mortarboard's annual "Pay-Off
Dance," when coeds repay their
J-Hap dates will be held from 9,
p.m. to midnight Friday, Feb. 13
in the League Ballroom. .
The theme of the dance will
center around Valentine's Day.
Fran Wine-Gar and. his "Pipes of
Fran" will play for the tradition-
al informal affair.
Tickets will go on sale during
registration week at booths in the
League and Waterman Gymnasi-
um. Proceeds from the dance will
be used for the two Mortarboard
scholarships awarded at Instal-
lation Night in the spring.
Jo Osgood is chairman of the
"Pay-Off Dance" committee.
Among the more turbulent
events in the history of the J-Hop
is the tale of the year when it
was held in two sections, one in
Waterman Gym, the other in To-

doctor's degree in tieuo, a the
University. No date h(1( h t(n i<
for the wedi iinw.
The engagament of Mary Mar-
jorie Urban to Milton E. Higgs.
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Higgs of
Bay City, has been announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore G. Urban, also of Bay City.
Miss Urban is a graduate of
Bay City Junior College and is
now a junior in the Business Ad-
ministration school. Mr. Hig is
a pre-law student.

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No i us im ye made for
lM. and Mrs. Paul iGoppelt of
Saginaw announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dorothy,
to Frank H. Stover, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Prank H. Stover of Bay
Miss Goppelt will be graduated
from the University in June. She
s a member of the Gamma Phi
Beta sorority.
The wedding will take place in
June following graduation.

AAAA to B;
Sizes to 9

Games in the Inlter-Hlouse Bas-
ketball Tournament' for this week
Monday: 5:10 p.m. Pi Beta Phi
II vs. Alpha Omicron Pi I, Delta
Gamma I vs. Collegiate Sorosis
III; 7:10 p.m. Besy Barbour II
vs. Jordan I, Stockwell III vs. Jor-
dan VI.
Tuesday: 5:10 p.m. Alpha Phi
II vs. Hamilton House, Adelia
Cheever vs. Stockwell IV; 7:10
p.m. Kappa Delta II vs. Stockwell
VII, Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Alpha
Xi Delta V.
Wednesday: 5:10 p.m. Jordan V
vs. Delta Gamma JII, Alpha Phi
III vs. Collegiate Sorosis I; 7:10
p.m. Alpha Eta vs. Alpha Xi Delta
I, Stockwell X vs. Chi Omega I;
8:15 p.m. Couzens II vs. Couzens
III, Zone 6 vs. Stockwell XII.
Thursday: 5:10 p.m. Kappa Al-
pha Theta II vs. Delta Delta Delta
II, Delta Gamma IV vs. Stockwell
XIII; 7:10 p.m. Pi Beta Phi III
vs. Jordan III; 8:15 p.m. Co-op
vs. Stockwell XIV, Zone 3 I vs.
Mosher I.


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elegance. Whitewashed colors are
chosen to complement a pretty
"unburnt" look. Pinks, ranging
from a shell tint upward, wisteria
and lavender are favored.
Bathing suits are an inch
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Resort suits are covered up and
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Jackets have small feminine col-
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