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January 09, 1951 - Image 5

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-Y 9, 1951


Mass Meeting
Scheduled By
Panhel Board


Legendary Giant Will Appear
'At Annual Forestry Club Ball

Coeds To Try
For JGP Cast
Starting Today

Dames Club To Hold Meeting




Panhellenic will hold its annual
mass meeting for, all prospective
rushees at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Rackham Auditorium.
At this time, Nancy Clark, Pan-
hel Rushing Chairman, will out-
line registration and procedure
for the forthcoming rushing sea-
sonkto be held from Feb. 3 to 18.
Rushees are asked to bring a
pen or pencil and the $1 registra-
tion fee with them when they
register for rushing at the meet-
ing tomorrow.

Blue Jean Clad Stud(
'Longest Bar in. Towr
That giant of the north, Paul
Bunyan, will make his annual
campus appearance at the Forest-
ry Club's Paul Bunyan "Formal"
to-be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday in Waterman and Bar-
bour Gymnasiums.
According to the current ru-
mors, Bunyan is planning on
bringing his blue ox, Babe, to this
strictly informal "formal" which


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ents May Patronize
' !1 PN C Yii1G

The general meeting of the
Michigan Dames will be held at
8 p.m. tonight in the Rackham
The International Center will
present a program consisting of
music, songs and dances with
native instruments.
Tomorrow night the sewing
group will meet at the home of
Jean Ketchledge, 520 East Jeffer-

cI I II~iLii~IC~l.Cs Tryouts for the annual Junior
Girls' Play will be held from 3 to
which the foresters annually con- 6 p.m. today tomorrow and
struct amidst an atmosphere of Thursday.
, red pines imported from the They will also be open for the
school's forest near Portage Lake. music and dancing chorus from
All purchases of cider and to 10 p.m. tomorrow.
doubhnuts will be made in terms Coeds are urged to try out for
of chits which will be used in speaking parts first, then for the
place of everyday currency. music and dancing parts.
Intermission entertainment will ALL JUNIOR WOMEN are
2 feature a sawing contest between
1--., eligible to try out for the play,

son, apt. 18. Sylvia Flink will act
as hostess. Mrs. Illing of Ann Ar-
bor public evening school Will
give a talk for beginning and ada
vanced sewers.
Thursday night the handieraft
group will meet at the home of
Helen Duffendack, 514 North
State street. The project for the
evening will be stenciling on cloth
with textile paints."j

* . win ea ure the music of au La- three couples, with all contestants whether or not they are already
THE NEW rushing date has voie and his orchestra. being awarded suitable rewards working on a committee.
been proposed in view of the fact * for their efforts. i
that there will be no classes at BLUE JEAN-CLAD students will * * * Different rooms will be posted
this time and consequently no also have the opportunity of pa- THERE WILL also be a game for the three phases on the bul-
studying. tronizing the longest bar in town, of "Guth or Consequences" which letin board of the Michigan
Miss Clark will also explain will feature a forester by the name League.
the University rushing counse- of Guth. Elimination tryouts will be held
for system to the members of Tickets for the dance will beat n u ed
the Detroit Panhellenic Asso- on sale all this week in both the will be notified if they are to come
ciation at its regular monthly Administration and Natural Sci- to te nots.
meeting today.l OFFICIAL to these tryouts.
Beverly Clarke, Panhellenic As- BETROTHED-Prof. and Mrs. Lewis E. Warren of Chevy Chase, OFFICIAL
sistant Rushing Secretary who Md., have announced the engagement and approaching marriage BULLETIN ne purchased at the door the THE SCRI PT, written by Joan
serves as chairman of the rush- of their daughter, Louise Ermina, to Frank Michael Miller, Jr., nFght of the dance or from any Striefling, has been completed,
ing counselors, will introduce the son of Mrs. Ida Miller of Meridian, Miss., and Frank M. Miller of ForestryClub memberl nashave some of themusicalnt-
counselors to the rushees and ex- Toledo. Miss Warren, a senior in the literary college, is affiliated (Continued from Page 4) Paul Bunyan, the legendary bers. Junior women who are try-
plain the new counseling system. with Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Mr. Miller is a senior in the School northwoods giant, has long en- ing out for a part will be asked to
* " *joyed tefaethatcoefrmrasoeptinfthsrp.
THOSE MEMBERS of Panhel- of Business Administration and is a member of Phi Kappa Sigma Museum of Art, Alumni Memo-
lenic who have been disaffiliated fraternity. The couple will be married Feb. 3 in the Congrega- rial Hall. Societ Anonyme Col- fantastic being a mansize of true might and
lectio andoMchiganWaternolorsfntastiasize.Several character parts are
from their houses to serve as ad- tional Church, Ann Arbor. etion and Michigan Water Color open to those interested in do-
visors to the rushees include: Society, Jan. 8-29. Galleries open TRUE, to his size, Bunyan had ing something of that kind, and
Jane Barker,nMarilynnCollins, A BEGIN to the public weekdays 9-5, Sun- n s some of these include dialects.
EndFak raFizadCrlSALES TO B GI : days 2-5. an appetite which outstr etched all
figaments of the imagination as All of the committees of JGP
Ann Miller. The list continues to its capacity. have started their work at this
with Catherine Murtha, Judy Sin- J_H op C ommittee M embers rEven is day With griddle cakes high on time, and coeds working on the
clair, Ellen Van Wagoner and his list of favorites, Bunyan soon backstage committees will be no-
Rosearykise Choral Union Members are re- realized the ordinary griddle tified shortly by their chairman as
Rushing chairmen from the A nnounce D ance Ticket Pri e minded that there is a full re- would not suffice. As a result to the details of their jobs.
various houses who will be pre-- hearsal toight at 7 Kellogg
sent at the mass meeting are: Auditorium. Also, those who have he set about designing a great
sentathOegmassMeetna Re:; J-Hop committee im e imb e r sl .Meonetseel-tpped ange
Alpa Chi Omega, Myrna Rees; serve breakfast immediately fol- not yet.done so, should call for
Alpha Delta Pi, Dolores Oakes; have set the price of tickets for lowing the dances. Students may their copies of the Verdi and Lam- It was fully a half-mile long,
theiecoiesof heuerdianrLa-aItwasfuly ahal-mierlng, The merit-tutorial office will
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Audrey the 1951 Junior dance at $7 per buy breakfast tickets for $1.25 bert scores (and return Mes- but so wide, that the cook could Toe mtr5p-m.tomrow sid
Parnes; Alpha Gamma Delta, couple. when they purchase their J-Hop siah" music) at the offices of the not possibly see across its top. close at 5 p.m. tomorrow, said
Barbara Elliott and Alpha Omi- The big, two-band formal ball tickets. University Musical Society in At last the task was finished merit-tutorial. It will resume 1
cron Pi, Dorothy Warmeling. will be held from 9 p.m. to 2 Burton Tower before the rehear- and the northman and his co-
The list continues with Alpha a.m. Feb. 9 and 10 in the I-M When picking up tickets stu- sal thisoevening horts could once again enjoy their its activities the second week
Bulig orocokdents will be asked to fill out slti vnn.hrscudoc gi no hi of next semester.
Phi, Suzanne Sears; Alpha Xi Building. Four o'clock permission nssd___ favorite meal.
Delta, Catherine Lambers; Chi has been extended to coeds for cards stating the name of the CongegationalDiscipleEvan-
Omega, Gracia Whitworth; Col- the Friday and Saturday nights woman attending the dance, heroC0nreioal, Discil Ea-
,egiateiSorois twBe ty;aileyado- tedne escort's name and the name of gelical and Reformed Guild: Tea G,
legiate Sorosis, Betty Bailey and of the dance. her home town. This information at the Guild House, 4:30-5:45 p.m.
Delta Delta Delta, Patricia Keast. Juniors, seniors and graduate will be used by the J-Hop publi- SAL E AI1U ES (
Other rushing chairmen who students who reserved J-Hop city chairman when he contacts S.R.A. Council: Regular meet- .O. .
will be present are: Delta Gamma, tickets before vacation may pick home town newspapers. ing, 'Ensian picture to be taken. n
Patricia Bay; Delta Zeta, Joanne them up from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. I Jvertzn Drasticall Reduced!
Hunsicker, Gamma Phi Beta, tomorrow through Saturday at J-Hop committee is making Square Dance Group meets atEerhng rstclyRd ed
Judy Johansen; Kappa Alpha the Administration Building. final arrangements for the twoLae Han Go mem
Theta, Elizabeth Bridges and Remaining tickets will go on .ame bands which will play both ' Hl 7 January 8 through 14 Only;
Kappa Delta, Hazel Tarbell. sale next week. They may be pur- nights of the dance. The bands Christian Science Organization:
The list is concluded with Kap- chased by members of all classes will be announced in tomorrow's Testimonial meeting, 7:30 p.m., R. R. PATTERSON & ASSOCIATES
pa Kappa Gamma, Susan Dwan; from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 15 Daily. Upper Room,'Lane Hall
Pi Beta Phi, Nancy Ericke; Sigma to 19 in the Administration Build- The cost of favors, presented to All men students interested in Hours 331 E. Huron St. Sundays
Delta Tau, Fayne Myers and Zeta ing. women attending J-Hop, is in- applying for orientation leader p- 10-6 Ann Arbor, Mich. 1-6
Tau Alpha, Margaret Brewer. The League and Union will cluded in the price of the tickets. (Continued on Page)6)O0 }O

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