Valentine Theme To Be Featured)
In 'Pay-Off Dance Decorations
A Valentine, atmosphere will large red heart and red balloons
greet dancers at the annual "Pay-
Off" dance to be held from 9 p.m. will mark the Valentine season.
to midnight Saturday in the An added attraction will be al
League ballroom. single white balloon among the
Ted Smith and his band, pop- red containing a cash prize for the
ular musicians of this year's Soph- one who can catch . it when all
omore Cabaret, will provide music the balloons are released from the
for the informal affair, while a ceiling.
BridgeFans Compete Today-
SororityRushees To Register Today in League
Registration for all women who ed in the rushing booklet except' Alice Uloyd wi:
plan to rush this semester will be for one-correction, house rushing
held from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. today The minimum number of hours introduced. R
in the League Ballroom. for the previous semester for sec-
Rushees are requested to bring ond semester freshman is 15; will be explal
their rushing booklets and grades os 1 iors, 12; and i rushing
transfer students, 12. hellenic.
or postcards. The registration fee Panhellenic Association will Rushees are
will be one dollar. sponsor a compulsdry meeting for their rushing
In order to rush, coeds must be all rushees at 8 p.m. today in and any questio
eligible according to the rules stat- Rackham Amphitheatre. Dean concerning rusk
Elimination rounds for the Na-
tional Intercollegiate Bridge Tour-
nament will be held at 7:30 p.m.
today and Wednesday, Feb. 16 in
the Michigan ,Union Ballroom.
Eight winners will be chosen
from these two sessions and they,
will compete in the Intercollegiate
tryouts Feb. 24.
All undergraduate students are
3ligible to enter this Union-spon-
sored competition. The committee
laces emphasis on the fact that
students must participate in the
two qualifying rounds in order to!
enter the finals.
These elimination rounds will
be held in conjunction with the
duplicate bridge tournament now
being held at the Union. Scores
of these two sessions will also
count for those people who are
entered in the present tourna-
Today several of Detroit's bridge
experts will be guests and observ-
ers. After today's contest the ex-
perts will answer questions. A
charge of fifty cents will be made
for this session only.
PROGRAMS WILL BE in keep-
ing with the sponsor of the dance,
Mortar Board. Each couple will'
receive a miniature mortar board.
Under the sponsorship of this
womens' senior honor society,
"Pay-Off" has become a tradi-
tional "thank you" note where-
by women guests at J-Hop re-
pay their escorts and provide a
fitting climax to the between-
Sorority women, too, will be able
to attend the coed bid affair un-
hindered by scheduled rushing
parties which, in former years,
have been held on the eve of the
"PAY-OFF" PROCEEDS will be
given over to the Mortar Board
scholarships which are awarded
each year to juniors at Installa-
tion Night on the basis of activi-
ties and scholarship.
Tickets for the dance, priced
at two dollars, will be on sale
throughout the week in the
lobby of the League.
Heading the committee of Mor-
tar Board members for the 19491
"Pay-Off" will be Ruth Sights,
assisted by Rose Marie Shoetz.
There will be a meeting of the
Arts and Crafts Workshop at 8
p.m. tomorrow at the University
Community Center in Willow Vil-
It will mark the first meeting of
the second semester class in
ceramics, water color, metal work
and textile painting. New mem-
bers will be welcome.
"Shoes for a Blond Spring"
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Pictured above is Miss Dellamay
Dorothy Butler, whose engagement has been announced to Donald
Lockwood Fisher. Miss Butler is a sophomore from Lake Mohawk,
N.J. and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Butler.
Miss Butler's Troth Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Frederick George
of Lake Mohawk, N.J. have an- Fisher of Waban, Mass.
nounced the engagement of their Miss Butler is a sophomore in
daughter, Dellamay Dorothy, to the College of Architecture.
Donald Lockwood Fisher, son of Mr. Fisher will receive his mas-
ter's degree in June. He attended
Boston University and graduated
from Bowdoin College magna cum
laude. He is affiliated with Delta
HAIR STYLE? . The engagement was announced
Jan. 28 in Lake Mohawk and
plans are being made for a June
Glove-soft pigskin to wear to
market . . . or to stay comfort-
ably at home. A shoe by Joyce
to pamper every toe . .
complement every costume.
Lined in bright country gingham.
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Come in and see us .. .
We're next door to the
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FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Programs committee will meet
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League except for those working
on pictures. All material must be
in at this time, according to Nancy
Those members of the commit-
tee working on pictures will meet
at 4 p.m. Friday in the Under-
Costumes committee will meet
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League. The room will be posted.
All members are asked to bring
their eligibility cards according to
Laura Nasset, chairman.
More members are needed for
this committee. Any eligible junior
may work on this project. Those
who can sew are especially needed.
Any coed who is interested may
call Miss Nasset ,2-8266.
The first Ruthven Tea of the
new semester will be held from
4 to 6 p.m. today at the Pres-
ident's home on South Univer-
Delta Zeta, Alpha Delta Phi,
O side of Stockwell, the Lawyer's
Club and a group of foreign stu-
dents will be special guests at to-
day's tea, although all students
Pou.ring will be Mrs. John C.
Tracy, wife of the Law School
professor; Mrs. Ruth Buck, house-
mother of Delta Zeta; and Miss
Inez V. Bozorth, housemother of
the Lawyer's Club.
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