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November 18, 1951 - Image 5

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Foresters To Revive Legend
-At Annual Paul Bunyan Dance
Paul Lavoi's Orchestra To Provide Music;
Displays,_Sawing Contests To Be Featured


Wedding, Engagements Told Petitions Due
.." On Wednesday

Union Announces Revised Coed Regulations

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"Back to the forests" is the call
of Forestry Club as it prepares for
its annual.Paul Bunyan Dance to
be held Saturday, December 1 in
Waterman Gymnasium.
Couples dressed in blue-jeans
will dance to the music of Paul>
Lavoie and his orchestra.
Tales of Paul Bunyan and his
fabulous exploits are known by
every forester and they hope to
spread this legend to all students
at the all-campus dance.
Paul Bunyan, a seventy foot gi-
ant, is especially noted for the
many scenic spots in our country
that he created. It seems that he
formed Pike's Peak by piling rocks
around his pike pole.
The Great Salt Lake was formed
by some tears that spilled over his
cheeks once when he was lonely,
and when one of his water wagons
sprung a leak it formed the Mis-
sissippi River.
When Paul traveled South he
formed the state of Florida by
merely throwing rocks across the
Gulf of Mexico. He also found the
Southern climate barren of snow
so he created cotton to take its

Falls for his shower bath. He used
pine sawlogs for toothpicks and let
a logging chain dangle from his
belt as a watchfob.
The Paul Bunyan Dance was,
first held thirteen years ago when
a small group of Foresters andL
their dates held a dance in a barn
at the Saline Valley Farms.
The Foresters wanted to make
this dance different from the or-
dinary campus dances, so they de-
cided that they would dress in
plaid shirts and make a strictly
informal atmosphere.
This year's dance will feature
displays of forestry equipment
from the Michigan Conservation
Department and the United States
Forestry Service.
Also couples will be able to
watch a demonstration of how not
to saw logs by students inexperi-
enced in the ways of woodsmen.
Positions To Open
On Assembly Ball
Activities Workshop of the As-
sembly Associatjion will meet at 5
p.m. tomorrow in the League to
discuss petitioning for Assembly
petitions for Assembly Ball are
due at the League Undergraduate
Offices on Tuesday, Nov. 27. In-
terviewing will be held on Wed-
nesday and Thursday, Nov. 28 and
Positions open on the central
committee include general chair-
man, decorations and assistant de-
corations chairmen, finance and
programs chairmen.
The list continues with the
chairman and her assistant for the
publicity and tickets committees,
and patrons committee chairman.
Any independent woman, in-
cluding freshmen are eligible to
petition and are urged to do so by
the Assembly Board.

Fora SWith the holiday season ap-
proaching with its many social
events and local and out of town
Petitions for the 20 central com- guests, the Union reminded stu-
mittee positions for the 1952 dents of its recently revised regu-
Michigras are due at 5 p.m. Wed- lations concerning the use of Un-
nesday in the Undergraduate Of- ion facilities by women.
fice of the League or in the Stu- The only spot in the building
dent Offices of the Union. which places no restrictions on its
Men and women vieing for the use by women in the main dining
posts may obtain petitions in the room. The fair sex is welcome here
Union Student Offices, League with or without an escort at any
Undergraduate Office, WAB or the time.
office in Barbour Gym. The ground floor tap room and,

line haven, is now open to es-
corted women between 2:30 and 5
p.m. every day and from 7 to 11
p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
The bowling alley is open to eg-
corted feminine sport enthusiasts
from 7 to 11 p.m.'Fridays and Sat-
urdays and between 1 to 7 p.m.
The swimming pool, which is
available only to special women's
groups, is currently being used by
the Women's Physical Education
Department Tuesday and Thurs-
day evenings and from 7 to 10
a.m. Saturdays.


Union members may engage
rooms for women members of their
families and guests, but all un-
married women must be properly
Women may be taken on a tour
of the building, by members or
guests between 10:30 am. and 6
p.m. any day.
There is one rule, however to
which there is no exception: the
long standing tradition that wo-
men may not enter or leave the
building by the front door.
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Leduc -Barnes I Butler -Burke

It is said that

he built NiagaraI

Coaches and Officials-Any wo-
man interested is invited to attend
the meeting of the Coaches and
Officials Club at 5 p.m. tomorrow
in Barbour Gym. Members will be
beginning basketball officiating.
* * *
Volleyball-The schedule for the
week is as follows: Monday at 7:15
p.m.-Alpha Phi I vs. Jordan V;
Gamma Phi Beta I vs. Palmer I.
Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.-Stockwell
VII vs. Alpha Omicron Pi II; Mar-
tha Cook I vs. Angell I; at 8 p.m.-
Jordan II vs. Delta Delta Delta II.

The marriage of Yvonne LeDuc
to John R. Barnes has been an-
nounced by Dr. and Mrs. Don M.
LeDuc of East Lansing.
Mr. Barnes is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Barnes of Ionia, Mich.
The ceremony took place Sat-
urday, October 20, at People's
Church in East Lansing.
A senior majoring in speech in
the literary college, the former
Miss LeDuc is president of Chi
Omega sorority, a member of Zeta
Phi Eta, honorary speech sorority
and was chairman of the scenery
committee for the 1950 presenta-
tion of Junior Girls' Play.
Mr. Barnes, a junior in the law
school, is a past president of Delta
Chi fraternity, a member of Delta
Theta Phi, professional law fra-
ternity and a former member of
t h e Inter-fraternity Executive
Hillel will hold a bridge tourn-
ament at 2:30 p.m. today at the
Kappa Nu house and an under-
grad mixer at 7:30 p.m. today
at the Alpha Epsilon Phi house.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Butler
of Detroit have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Sally, to Robert F. Burke, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of East
Walpole, Mass.
Miss Butler, a senior in the edu-
cation school, is affiliated with
Collegiate Sorosis sorority.
Mr. Burke, a member of Delta
Upsilon fraternity, is a graduate
of the School of Business Admin-
The couple is planning a June
* * *
Ferrance - Pepp
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ferrance
of Detroit announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lila Ann,
to Cpl. George Fredrick Pepp, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pepp of
Miss Ferrance is a senior in edu-
cation school and Cpl. Pepp is a
member of the United States Air
A February wedding is planned
by the couple.

Positions of secretary on the
Michigras committee w ill be
awarded to a woman petitioner
whose duties will include keeping
minutes of the meetings.
A man will be chosen to fill the
post of finance chairman. He must
be able to understand requisition-
ing budgets and keep financial
The chairman in charge of con-
cessions will be selected from the
men petitioners, as well as the
chairman of general publicity.
A woman may petition for the
publicity post in charge of plan-
ning and making all posters.
Another chairman will be selected
to take pertinent information to
The Daily.
The man and woman in charge
of the booth committee will con-
tact houses about entering booths.
The co-chairmen of decorations
committee will plan all decorations
for the Field House.
Parade co-chairmen will be res-
ponsible for everything connected
with the parade and the prize
committee chairmen will secure
prizes for winning "Michibucks."
The man and woman in charge
of programs will decide on the
place of publication of the pro-
grams, contact advertisers and
plan distribution.
Refreshment co-chairmen will
be in charge of ordering all the
materials for the student operated
Ordering tickets and having
charge of admission booths are
the duties given to the co-chair-
men of the ticket committee.




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