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January 07, 1949 - Image 5

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;Paul Bunyan Dance Tomorrow
Will Feature Music by Strong



Couples representing, each
school will be pitted against each
other in the intermission contest
of the annual Paul Bunyan "For-
mal" which will be presented from
9 p.m: to 1 a.m. tomorrow in Wat-
erman and Barbour Gyms.
At last year's Foresters blue jean
"Formal" four men and their dates
manned opposite ends of a cross
cut saw in a log bucking contest.
The first team to cut through the
log took the prize, and the Paul
and Pauline Bunyans of that year
really made the sawdust fly.
THIS YEAR'S contest prize will
be credit coupons for both par-

ties of the team. Program chair-
man Don Powell refuses to dis-
close any information about the
Special attraction this year
may be the appearance of Clyde
Yeadon, creator of the new Peul
Bunyan comic strip now ap-
pearing in the Detroit News,
who has been invited to the
dance. Yeadon himself is a
lumberjack of some 265 pounds.
Tickets will remain on sale in
the U Hall Booth from 8 to 5 to-
day and part time-at the extra
Union and Administration Build-
ing ticket booths. For those who

haven't yet scraped up the ready
cash tickets will also be sold at
the door.
IN ADDITION to the tradi-
tional Bunyan attractions of for-
est greenery, ample refreshments,
and the unrevealed contest, the
dance will also offer spruce cor-
sages to match the blue jean for-
mals, free black and white contact
prints, and colored prints.
Benny Strong, Chicago band-
leader, whose hotel type of
dance music with versions of fa-
vorite old songs has rated him
recent popularity, will be the
music master.





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With final exams just around the corner and Paul Bunyan camp-
ing on the front doorstep, house social events are next to nil this
The American Legion Ballroom will be the site of a formal din-
ner-dance given by Phi Kappa Tau in honor of their pledges. Pledges'
dates will wear corsages while actives' dates will be adorned with red
carnations-the fraternity flower.
Gold compacts carrying the fraternity crest will be given to all
guests as favors. Doug Lent and his orchestra will supply music for
TONIGHT MEMBERS of Gamma Phi will bring to their guests a
bit of the nostalgia that comes with spring. Theirs is an informal
party based on the outing or picnic theme. Floors in the house will be
covered with the traditional picnic blanket.
A record dance will reign in the background while coffee and
spudnuts are to be served before the fire-place. If the weather per-
mits, there will be an ice-skating party beforehand at Burns Park.
Following dinner at the Union the Lambda Chis will hold their
pledge formal at the chapter house. Decorations will center around
the old English Wickshire Inn theme. Cliff Hoff's orchestra will pro-
vide dance music.
DURING INTERMISSION the madrigals singing group, composed
of house members, will perform and some of the other brothers will
put on a radio skit a 'old English times. Refreshments will be served
to guests from a large steaming wassail bowl.
Members of Triangle are keeping their fingers crossed and
are hoping that Old Man Weather will "come through." They
have planned a sleigh ride for tonight and fear that it may, of
necessity, be transformed into an informal record dance at the
Ken Norman's orchestra will play for an informal party to be
held at the Sorosis house in honor of their pledges. At 11 p.m. a buffet
supper of coffee and sandwiches will be served.
PHI DELT PLEDGES will be honored at a formal to be held to-
morrow evening at the house. Johnny Harberd and his orchestra will
provide the harmonious background. The pledges have planned elab-
orate decorations around an outdoor snow scene theme.
The stairway will be transformed into a ski slide and skiing
equipment will be strewn around the roams to create the proper
atmosphere. The windows will be covered with silhouettes of
skiers. Favors will be in the form of Phi Delt paddles with pro-
grams attached.
Hard times will be the theme of the party given by the Theta
Delts tomorrow night from 9 to midnight. Decorations will follow the
theme and a jukebox will supply music, for dancing.
THE AKKs will hold their pledge formal at 9 to midnight to-
morrow night following dinner at the house.
Sigma Delta Tau has planned an informal party for tomor-
row evening based on the theme of the currently popular song,
"Buttons and Bows." Entertainment will be furnished by some of
the coeds. The house will be transformed into two night
clubs, one representing east, and one west.
A lunch, including fried chicken, will be served. Dancing will be
to records.
Annual Panhel Recognition Night
Will Honor Affiliated Women

Alpha Lambda Delta To Admit Nurses


The University will be the first,
campus in the country to admit
student nurses to Alpha Lambda
Delta when the national freshman
women's honorary society initi-
ates next spring.
A 3.5 average is required of
freshman women who are invited
to join Alpha Lambda Delta. By
including nursing students in this

proportionally sized
for . .

arrangement, it is hoped that
there will be a more friendlyas
sociation between women in nurs-
ing and those in other schools.
Faculty adviser for the group is
Associate Dean of Women Mary
Bromage. Miss Rhoda Reddig,
head of the School of Nursing, has
expressed her pleasure and satis-

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President of the local chapter
is Jean Lange. The list of can-
didates for the honorary society
will be announced in the spring
before the May breakfast initia-
The list will be compiled as soon
as grades are available for this se-


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Panhellenic Association will
present Recognition Night, an an-
nual program honoring affiliated
women for activities and scholar-
ship, at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
Rackham Amphitheatre.
The Panehllenic Scholarship
Cup, which is awarded annually
to the sorority having the high-
est scholastic average, will be pre-
sented by Ira A. Smith, registrar
of the University, Gamma Phi,
Beta won their cup last year.
For the second year, the Pan-
hellenic Activities Cup will be
awarded to the soro'rity having
the highest activities participa-
tion - points are compiled on the
merit system.
PARTICIPATION in sports is
Hillel Musicale
Hillel will present its second
musicale at 8 p.m., Sunday, Jan-
uary 9, at the Foundation.
The record program will in-
clude Beethoven's "Leonore Over-
ature No. 3"; Tschaikowsky's
"Symphony No. 5"; and Rimsky-
Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol."
Also planned for the evening is
a group of Jewish songs which will
be sung by members of I.Z.F.A.
Refreshments will be served.
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not included in house activities as
it has been in the past. A separate
award for this is given later in the
year. The activities cup was
awarded to Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma last year.
Individual activities awards
will be made to the sophomore,
junior, and senior women who
have the highest number of ac-
tivity points.
Entertainment will be furnished
by last year's winners of the Lan-
tern Night cong contest, Alpha
Phi. Miss Ethel MacCormick and
Dr. Margaret Bell will present a
short skit.
The theme of the program will
be the new Panhellenic newspa-
per, "Pipes of Pan." Housemothers
are asked to call for their press
cards at the booth in the lobby.
Betsy Bousfield is general
chairman. Members of her com-
mittee are Edith Andrews, fi-
nance; Joyce Atchison, programs;
Mary Helen King, patrons; Pat
Dressler, publicity.
ISA To Present
Monte Carlo Night
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and other gambling casino games
will be featured at Rackham As-
sembly Hall 8 to 12 p.m. Saturday
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Night given by the International
Students Association.


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