IlUU1JiIIII I flMtIRL 14IJU REPLETE W I TH
'': c~gC - 1' i' ti' ' v:ns, brought the Hill auditorium
~'r~ly1~ ~4*&5j 'Twilight Organ recitals for the year
to a close yesterday afternoon-witFr
"Famit)? condition" in Russia are one of the finest programs presented
not. lbatiing, buit are on tine increase. i s fa during the semester., A crowd
The outltook for the future. is ver y.ograetinodnrysz'trc-
lark ,"Tyr. CLcy Elliot, '11-m, of Flint;fgctrta 'diayszatat
told an audience of Ann Arbor towvn-1ed, no doubt, by the failiarity of the
people last nigh"t J-, Natural Scienc compositions pjlayed, expressed its ap-
atuditorium.' preciation of the well-balanced pro-1
Dr. Elliot, wvho has served four, or ' gram.
five months pis a relief worker in the j'Ashmnall's "Fantasie on a Christman
Balkan valley, spnoke last night in e)-j ire" was the opening 'piece, of no
half of~ the local commnittee to estsab-; reat depth 'but interesting for the
lish interest in a 1 "nd for, the relief development of its %melodic themei.,
of R'lussian chlldren,. 'The "Cradle .Song", opus '68, no. 5,
"Thlere were a_1 ;:o . 7at!Esy 35 il-l of Grieg and "Ave Maria" by 'Schu-+
lin lavie...-leinRusi lst;bet.failare *rssiogf lJ
L AA. A.-A. I-/ I A-d -y
At S.. A. Partyl
last evening in the Union.~1
A. technical , meeting followed the
ousiness mc-eting. Profs. E . C
BPragg and A. bind Blad were pres-
ited comiposition that closed the po
I rani. Its heavy chords and sw irling
'one figures completed a recital that
was more than usually satisfactory.
S.C.A. DELEGATE HONORED
i ~AT ILLINOIS ~iCONVEi'N TiO
Hilarity reigned amindst. a real
Christmas setting withi a gaily dec-
orated Chriotmas tree and, a Ifireplace
large enough to permit the entrance
of Santa Claus, at the party in Lane
hall yesterday afternoon, given the
children byr the S.CA. ore than 150
children 'were 'present, many ,of them
fromn the hospital.
IHALSEY'S 1DANCE ;STUDIOS
215 E. HURON PHONE 214-F]
______-- lhc majority of the sororities and x
Michigan was again awarded recog-' fraterrities on the campus have talk
niltion when the delegate from the en upon thxmeselves' the. provision of
S AARoss Fox, '23, wa's electedt a real C( hristma s for ode or two. poor
"l'cecn. 1All those who have 'not,
chairman of the convention of thedn omysilseuetenmso
Student .Fellowbipl for Christian life Ichaildlren who, are in need of help. A
service held Dcc. S, 9, and 10, at thF collection of all those gifts which re-F
Unversity of Illinois. main after the parties at the sorority
It i_; planned to organice the local and rternity pnarties will be'nmadle
cozmttee of. tina fellowship through tonmorrowv or Saturday andl will be dis-
the S.C.A.unft~s which Nwill be estab trited among the children* in the
fished at each church, the Aiontieth j hos~pital.
club, and the Student Voluinteers. .- - - --
membership of 100 is expected by P~aper,; Roend at Qtuarterde4Ck :Mfeeting
J une. REstablishment of branches in 'I'apers on "Shipy-ard Management"
More than 15 colleges throughout ihe; and "Naval, Industry Arouand Cape
state is to he carre d out thrduigh the3 Codl South .Africa" were read by J. F'.I
state Y.1M.C.A. Wlaines, Jr., ' 3,' and .T. "S;weliger,
iwnter "the peaerquoted dstatistics.,Igentle andi ecstatic spirit inmetnor-
"Only a few rops wvere planted, but i ally associated with the Christmas
because of a draught in the month, season, were playecd with fine grace
of August little Nas harvested." and quiet sympathzy.
In cormmnting oni the, need for Bach's the "Great P'ugue on the
foodl, Dr. Elliot said that thousands Namve Bach", contibuted 'some intel-
Npyre allowed to lie without the least. lectual. depth to a program in other
effort to save them. "The situation respects highly emxotional. -lc Wasl
wvas' reduced to a mathematical I reminiscent of the fine fugue placed
problem," shle continued. "We fed skillfully by Prof. Earl V. Moore at
those whom we thought should live,'I last week's Twilight recital1 and proy-
and refused food to those who were ed that massively constructed comnpo-
least dc:serving . sitions can he rendered with particu-
"I am proud that the Amnerican gov- lar success on -the University's s ipres
ernnient has appiropriated over 50 s ive Memorial organi.
millions of dollars for Russian re-' "Christmas }'astorale". by Harper,
lief," said the dtoctor in hotr concluding Was 'a pleasant interlude betweeni the,
rPmarks. "Th Russian people ire B ach Fugue "and .Handel's t lalleln-
worth all the effort. we can expencd in J ah Chorus", the resoundling and spiir-
their beh lf."
The campaign now -in progreaF is A1T T TTh
primlarily In the interest of Russian Ah TA..
Here are two Records that will make Hot Steps
for you during the Holiday Season:
. All Muddled Up
i Both by Ted Lewis
GET THEMR BEFORE YOU 'GO HOME;r
Aimendinger frusic' Sh 71
,. 305 MAYNARD STREET
H~ay iuy to iEnterian Opera !j
Plans for lthe reception of the Opera m s if.K JAIN .
cast and chorus during Its platying at
B~v C 4tv. Dec. 26. were discussed*- at BEFORE YOU
the mneetinga of the Bo~y City club) last L A E
tieT4 c i a no . A d n e that night, for ' the entertainm entt of
the members of [lhe Owera was pro-
posed, and details regarding it con- I! 4
clu d e&. ;
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LAST TIC TODAY
new in desserts:
Matines .. 20
JEven~tngf4 . .
Niddfes tt. .
M/aple N.1ut Ice
Cram c, lOc
Veterans P'erform Like you
THURSDAY - SATURDAY
T HE delicious flavors of
maple a nd walnuts are
blended in this choice ice
cream.r Pure and wholesome,
it is a dessert at once health-u a ,d.stsyn . S re
here daily.,Small dishes, 6c,
Tit whfich .~o,'I'I x anol i[l horse, "Tony," 'bre the honors.
*Nine Studebaker Big- Six Touring' Cars,
with a total of one million miles to their
credit, recently participated in an ceconomy-
reliability contest conducted by the Stude-
baker dealer at Los Angeles.
All camthroughwith perfect scores except
two-one had dirt in the gasoline pipe, the
other required a slight adjustment of brakes.
This is the most convincing demonstration
of motor car .reliability of which we know.
The tun was from Los Angeles to Big Bear
Valley and return-239 miles--of w.hich 90
were on steep, rough mountain roads that
necessitated" stamina in every part. YSet the
Big-Sizes reached °every checking station on
One of these old veterans has piled up the
auming total of351,000 miles of practically
uninterrupted service of two trips daily
between Los Angeles and Santa Brbara.
Another has 250,000 miles to its credit;
and so on.
No such group of cars was ever before
assembled for":such a strenuous proof of
endurance. Their entry in competitiona, over
one of the most difficult of Southern Cali-
fornia's mountain roads, was an expression
of confidence of the owners in Studebaker
The dependability of the Big-Six Touring
Car, its low cost46fmintenance, its comfort,
fine appearance and complete equipmenlt
make it the most desirabI4 seven-passenger
car on the market. Its price is way below
cars that do not even approach it in value..
*The name Studebaker is your assurance
of value and satisfaction,
The rcy tale 'at'ii orse With more'
than (hrso senise.
"FUN FR9M "tiff P ES'
612 East Liberty
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]NOTE! During Christmas Vacation, dances will be held
SATURDAY"" IGHTS 0 LY
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