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Activity, Seholars:--hi Honors To BeGiven
Monday aPnhllnkc Recognition NIght

AnnuOal T~Hmhllnie eou o
Night 'will be held Mon)i da Y ini
Rackham Building, honoring' af-
filiated wvomen for acthvities rind
A Panhellenic Associatin Ac-
tivities Cup will be awarded for
the second. yea]r to th-eororityv
having the highest number (if ac-
tivities. The cuIp is preseni(td un-
der the merit system of compihing
points. Participation in sports is
not included in house activities as
it has been in the past, as a sep -

year t for this.

giveni3 #t' iin Ii

: ,, t ds will be made to the sopho-
incre, junior and senior \Vwflhilfl
having the most, activity poi il's in
thel ir clases.
'i he tradi tional 110,1 1lEl kie
Association Scholarshi p C(>up
will lie awarded tg! the sororityv
Laving the' hig'hest schcolastic
r--,,ordt for the year 1947-48.

Tryouts for Dancing, Singing,
Acting JQP Parts Begin Today

Tryouts for the 1948-49 rJunior
Girl's Play will begin today in the
ABC Room of the League.
The tryout schedule has been
set up as follows : 3 to 5 p.m. and
7 to 10 p.m. today, 1 to 5 p.m. and
7 to 10, p.m. tomorrow, 3 to 5 p.mi.
Friday, and 9 to 12 a.m. Saturday.
ALL COEDS who wish to try
out ustsign up in advance for
their auditions in the Undergrad-
uaeOffice of the League. Audi-
tions will last 10 minutes.
'tryouts will be. divided into
three sections; those for danc-
ing, singing, and acting parts.
Coeds are asked to sign. up for
neaudition only, iccording tof
Be(tty Jlo Faulk, drtr.All
JGP Central Committee will
meet at 4 p.m. today ini the
Rehearsal Room of the League.

Par'ts of tile play may be audi--
tioned for in one tryout period.
Any junior women who, have
paid their class dues may partici-
pate in these tryouts. All coeds
who are eligible at present to par-
ticipate in extracurricular activi-
ties or who expect to be eligible
next semester may audition. Those
who have eligibility cards are
asked to bring them to their au-
ALSO INCLUDED in tryouts
will be women who will be juniors
next semester, but who now rank
as sophomores.
Those juniors who are interested
only in working on committees for
this musical satire may obtain
more information on the types of
work which will be done at. the
mass meeting which will be held
Jan. 12 in the League Ballroom.

01-1s f-,111)Iast yearI.
'Ihe activit ies curl was awarded
last yearf (, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Tl," TIIMIof0the proramtf)
til <i*' s~Date .." Th e pro-
1_1a is luldel" theW(dir'ection 01
li(1 o 1Th15ild. Hercr'ommittee'
Aembes a7-,IEdie Andrews, fit,
to ie:; Joyce Atchison, pr'ogr'am,
Mayielemi ling, patrons; and
ai cia Dre5ssier, publicity.
Scroll, honor society for senior
affiliated women, will hold its
tap~ping ceremonies at this event.
rihis organization is the only honor
society for affiliated women and
tLps once each semester.
Taps Coeds
Twelve new members will sport
thme Senior Society white collar
and blue bow today as a, result of
Lthe dinner tapping ceremonies
last night.
The new members, chosen on
the basis of activities, scholar-
ship, character and service, will
be welcomed into the organiza-
tion with initiation ceremonies at
7:'30 p.m. TFhursday in the League
Chapel, followed(" by a dessert tea.
Those who have been chosen
art Elior Abrahamson, Beverly
Dippel, Marion Grant, Arlette
Harbour, Elizabeth Iden, Cohleen
Jensen, Beverly Ketchik, Helen
Olsher, Janet Vester Rex, Arlynn
Rosen and Marilyn Scheel.
A local honorary organization
for inependent senior women,
Senior Society was founded in
I 106 by nine c(hVa rteri'members in-
dii3 11t' l ,idtiugco o ('Iii Ms. Myra 1B.
,icmdt811, t htiii A'alof WOliH(,rl
( rio ma tly dtie :society was or-; n -
ized fJr -social and friendly'' pur'-
poses. I it' badge of the group is
black and gold with linked S's.
Present officers include Mar-
garet Frostic, president, Alline
Brown, vice-president, Cora Shu,
secretary, and Hanna Norton,
Moder'n Dance Club mem-
bers, old and new, will meet at
7 :30) p.m. today in the Barbour
dlance studio.

'Forncl imed
VWi-th C-omic Strip
Giant Woodsman Presented in Cartoons E
As Annual Bunyan Dance Draws Near
lust ii I ii o' h)I 'ilp (1w Forest ers' Club celebrate the Paul Bun -=
yan "'iFornal''(.o be heldi from 9 pr.mr. to 1 a tn. Saturday in Waterman
Gym, Ilaul hi 111Ie 1lare( I it~ill a 'W ( 10 ic strip Smarday in th e . e
troit Newvs.E
The cmicjest iio. wichl will relate thle exploits of the faliLd
giant lumibermani who patrons th'e annual foresters' dance, is the
creation of Cle Yeadlon of- ir~on Mountain, Michi., who is a, lumber--
jack in hiis own right.
Sportsmen are, familiar with Yeadon's hunting safety cartoon
widely distributed by the State '-
Conservation Department. LesI Link's variety of ref reshment.
Kargas, former Michigan student,I trya gusswlhveoex
is publicity agent for theBuya uetswilhae-o-x
toonist and thlepadl13BnySall Pro- chant e their city mroney for Paul
diuctionms, Inc. Bunyan's chits at the traditional
- '. deer1skinne~d bedecked logr tradcimig
''IITI'lY f'O' tr('cs, a 50 foot, post.

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bar, 300 dloven dtonuts, 600 (its. of
cideri, 200 bushels of apples, free
black and white contacts prints to
every couple and a chance to win
match'n plaid shirts are some of
the attractions which will be of-
fered Saturday in Waterman
Woods at the Paul Bunyan.

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or pure, pure white frothed wit~h
Pretty as your prettiest dress..
inches and inches of lace at the
swirling skirt, at the beautiful bodice.
Scampi'nife slips are perfect for a gift,
tr'ousseau, or made for the woman
who firmly believes that lingerie, too,
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Fiddler for the evening will
be Benny Strong, Chicago maes-
tro, better known as "That Cer -
tain Party" due to the current
popularity of his latest record-
ing which now, ranks fifth on
the juke boxes according to the
Music Corporation of America.

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This all- campus "Formal"
which has all the attractions of The latest results on the annual
a county fair, needs no intro- guessing contest set up at the U
duction to forestry students Hall Ticket booth indicate that
who hold it as tradition in all Stuffy, the squirrel who is hoard-
schools. But f'or' the campus in g an indefinable number of nuts
public whom the foresters have ranging from under 100 to over
invited to share thei' fun a little 16,000, is holding his own. The
explanation may do. acorn worms are not meaking as
''Formal'' means [(Ji woods 1 imuhiipal. progress as was earlier aan-
style: your best. plaidI shirts and
jeans and woodsy accessories.
Boots are all right too, providing, IN PREPARATION for the last
they are danceable, but comfort minute ticket rush extra booths
is essential. In line with the for- have been set up in the Adminis-
mality cor sages will b~e sold at tration Building and the Union.
the dance. Thie Forestei's have Those purchasing tickets at the
whipped up in smart red cella- new booths should hold the stubs
phane bages the latest thing in and turn them in at the, U Hall
non-perisliaibl' soiiyen ir decora - Booth, whic'h will be openi from 8
tioH. ,iTh. to 5 p.m1.
Wonei at tending this event
IN Cif 11'.Itto t,5'' 1C" o will have 1:30 "1 m.permission.
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all-campus open-pair bridge tour-
nament at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Michigan Union Ballrooma.
't'he loiiiiaiiiciit, kiiicii beginis
todaiy, wiill ..1) for 'six wees; to
iw'Pks ill .7liiiay aid t!' re ~ii~
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out of town tour'namnt s uless
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games. National i-at ing p~oinrts will
also be g iven toIo l(se' people wI 10
The primary purpose of theI
to urn amen t is to prepa re peo)-
ple for the National Intecol-
legia te Bridge~ Tournament to
take place neat April in C(hi-
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Lly competing with the best
Students on campus and taking
broader' re'gional competition in
Detr-oit and Columbus, it is hoped
that Michigan can give enough
experience to some players to go to
Michigan Dames' Book Group,
will meet at 8 p.m. today at the
home of Mr's. .Philbrick, 2:107
Hill Street.
Mrs. Kent Winsemius will
discuss "House Divided" by
Williams. Greene's "Hear't of
the Matter" will be reviewed
by Mrs. Lawrence Anider'son.
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Phone 4344
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Chicago and win honors in bridge
as others have done in other ae-
ti aitles.
I"MI"HICA.N IS a national
clt iaiuphi<I in loot,l)all and, hockey
and i here, is, no reason whry site
can't, be in bridge'' says Dale
Coenlen, co-chairman of the So-
cial cummnit tee of the Union7.

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