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Panhel Derby
To Be Held
At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow sorority
women will head for the race-
tracks to attend the annual Re-
ebgnition Night, this year known
as the "Panhel Derby."
Racetracks will be located in the
Rackham Amphitheater, but how
the actual races are being conduct-
ed is being kept strictly secret by
the committee.
* * *
DEAN SMITH will award the
scholarship cup to the sorority
which has maintained the highest
grade average over the past year.
Gamma Phi Beta has kept the cup
for two years in a row.
Also .the top ten activity lead-
ers of each class will be given
special recognition for the mass
of activity points which they
have earned through outstand-
ing participation in extra-cur-
ricular activities.
.. Coeds of Mosher Hall who won
stop awards at Lantern Night last
spring' will honor the audience
with a song appropriate to the
DEE JANUSCH is head of the
committee assisted by Jean Lang,
programs; Mary Louise Hook, fi-
*nance; Beverly Baron, patrons and
Mary Maguire, publicity.
Several faculty members will
be included in the program and
Miss Marie Hartwig, of the Wo-
men's Physical Education Staff,
says that their Grecian Dance
of last year will be replaced by
something even better tomor-
row night.
Another feature of the program
will "be. the tapping of seniors for
Sroll, honorary senior society.
Besides these events, the com-
mittee has announced an addition
to the regular program which they
promise will be fun and interesting
to0 all.

Bridge Teams
Will VieToday
If bridge is your forte, then the
place to be at 2 p.m. today is the
Terrace Room of the Union.
The first of a two-session chal-
lenge tournament between the
University of Western Ontario and
four players selected to represent
the University will take place. The
second session will begin at 7:30
Leading the Ontario contingent
will be Bruce Gowdy, nationally
acclaimed as one of the finest
young bridge players in the coun-
try. Gowdy was a member of the
team which won the World
Championship Team-of-Four at
the Summer Nationals in Chi-
cago in addition to winning five
other major tournaments.
The four members of the Uni-
versity team are Al Clamage, Ed
Bloom, Dan Babitch, and Milt
Siegel. They will be one of the
two teams representing the Uni-
versity at the Intercollegiate
Team-of-Four at Chicago in Feb-
Clamnage and Bloom were on
the team last year. Babitch and
Clamage won the all - campus
bridge tournament last year and
Babitch and Siegel placed second-
Future Rushees

School for Fashion Careers
To Give Three Fellowships


Tobe-Coburn School for Fash-
ion Careers in New York has an-
nounced competition for three
fashion fellowships for a one
year course in 1950-51.
Besides the followships which
cover the full tuition of $900 for
the year, the winners will also
select as part of their award a
hat from the fall collections of
Sally Victor or Christian Dior.
Senior women graduating be-
fore August 20, of this year are
eligible to compete for these fel-
lowships. They must register be-
fore Jan. 31, and in February they
will be required to write articles
on fashion topics. The winners
will be announced in April.
This is the twelfth nationwide
competition for these fellowships
which offer training for executive
positions in the world of busi-
ness. Courses and experience are
given in buying, fashion coordina-
tion, advertising and personnel.
The course emphasizes actual
contact with the fashion industry
through lectures by important fa-

shion personalities, visits to man-
ufacturers and fashion shows and
periodic working experience in
stores and other fashion organi-
Registration blanks may be ob-
tained at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Bldg.
For any additional information
women may contact the Fashion
Fellowship Secretary, Tobe-Co-
burn School for Fashions Careers,
One West 57 Street, New York.
WAA Notices
Co-recreational Badminton Club
-Newcomers will be welcome at
the regular meeting 7 p.m. Tues-
day at Waterman Gym.
Ballet Club-Members will hold
their meeting at 7. p.m. tomorrow
in the dance studio of Barbour
Gym. After the lesson, plans will
be discussed for the coming party.

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Engagement Announcements

Revealed on Nei,
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fowler
of Sewickley, Pennsylvania, have
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Virginia Lee, to
Eugene Wulsin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lucien Wulsin of Cincinnati,
The announcement was made at
a party at the home of Miss Fowler
on New Year's Eve.
Miss Fowler is a sophomore in
the literary college and is a mem-
ber of Collegiate Sorosis. She is
the manager of the WAA Field
Hockey Club, is a member of
Choral Union and had leads in the
Frosh Weekend and Soph Cab
Mr. Wulsin is a graduate of
Harvard and is a member of Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Hasty Pudding,
and the Fly Club.

Year's Eve


Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ferguson
Dexter have announced the e
gagement of their daughter, Ma
tha, to Robert Daniels, son of N
and Mrs. Warren Daniels of Ch
The engagement was announc
as a New Year's Eve party in Ch
sea. Wedding plans are still i
Miss Ferguson is a junior at TV
chigan State Normal College a:
is a member of Alpha Sigma Ni
Mr. Daniels is a junior in t
School of Business Administrati
and is the promotions manager
the Michigan Daily.

of To Meet Jan. 11
,r- A compulsory mass meeting, to
ir. be held at 7:30 Wednesday in
el- Rackham Amphitheatre, will give
prospective rusheees their first op-
portunity to receive rushing infor-
e mation directly from Panhellenic.
el- Marilyn Flynn, rushing chair-
n- man, will explain eligibility rules
and clarify informtaion which may
Ii- be puzzling future rushees.
end Miss Flynn asks all eligible
u. freshmen, sophomores, juniors
he and transfers who plan to rush
on next semester or who are contem-
of plating rushing to attend the
mass' meeting.

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