cartoon of Two-Face and marble bust of JanusTwo-Face and Janus: the resemblance is subtle.

Information earns contest victory for librarial secretary

Angela Sullivan, secretary in the information services department of the Leddy Library, won Thursday’s DailyNews trivia contest and its prize of two tickets to the Ianni Scholarship Competition on January 14 in the SoCA Armouries.

Sullivan’s entry was drawn from all those which correctly identified “Calendar Girl” as a hit for Neil Sedaka, Betty Francis as the character played by January Jones on Mad Men, and Two-Face as the Batman villain most resembling the two-faced Roman god Janus.

Top student musicians based on their grades in the December performance juries will vie for the $500 Ron W. Ianni Memorial Scholarship in Music Performance on Sunday. This scholarship was established in 2005 by Mina Grossman-Ianni and the School of Music to honour the late president of the University of Windsor. Tickets are $15, with a student price of $5.