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I -IE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hlonor Council
Organizes League
Houses On Campus'

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BAS KTBALL ATTRACTS IHospital Kiddies MIC
Make Gifts For
SUPPORT OP'STUDENTS Family AtlHome AT HOME IN PORTLAND
Greater enthusiasm than ever 1e- Christmas presents for mother' Lise Boy '28M died Dec 5, at
fore has been displayed this year in father, sister and brother are being her home in Portland, Oregon of
basketball, according to Miss Elsie made by the children in the Univer- streptococcus. Before entering the
Erley and Miss Germaine Guiot, of sity hospital under the direction of University of Michigan Miss Boyd re-
the department of physical education, the social service workers in the de- ceived an A. B. degree at the Univer-
Miss Guiot, who has charge of the partment of occupational theraupy. sity of Washington where she was a
interclass practices, reports an ex- For the past few weeks the little member of Delta Gamma sorority.
ceedingly large enrollment, which invalids have been kept busy and Miss Boyd is survived by a sister,
makes it necessary to have th'e var- happy making Christmas bells, bright Mrs. Frank L. Beach, and two broth-
ious groups practice for only a period red paper rings and poinsettas to ers, John Boyd, Jr., and Henry Boyd,
of 40 minutes instead of an hour, as decorate the wards for the holidays. all of Portland.
was the custom last year. No woman Paper Santas and highly colored rein- 1
has been permitted to come out for deers and sleds are hung or pasted SIGMA DELTA PHI MEETS
practices who is not in good scholas- to the children's beds and the whole
} tic standing, which means that all atmosphere begins to be festive. Sigma Delta Phi, national orator-
those who come out will have the op- Before Christmas day the parentsSc a drmti siety, metoWe-
portunity to compete for a place on a fe c i e art cal and dramatic society, met Wed-
class team of each child will receive a Christ- nesday afternoon at the Alpha Xi Del-
Immediately after the Christmas m s s here will Ie a raffia ta house to select new members.
holidays the elimination for class picue fame containing a small Initiation will take place at a ban-
teams will begin. The classes will pioto of the child for the iother's quet which will be held after the holi-
be divided into "color teams" who eive candle day vacation. Members are chosen by
~ be divided into "color feams" who made of sand-paper and useful asaSim Det Ph on hebssf
will hold intra-class competitions so- Sigma Delta Phi on the basis of-
wihod indtalayss cmpeitionss match-scratcher. For sister or broth- ability in oratory and dramatics and
that individual players may be judged. er there will be a paper toy, a "Ring- active participation in activities on
SThe final team for each class will Me" clown. Besides these articles theacieprcpton natvtesn
consist of 10 to 12 players.M lw.Bsdsteeatce h campus.
package will contain a Christmas
Accordnig to Miss Erley, who has greeting card made by the child. Lady Hermione Robert, daughter of
charge o the intehouse basketbll At the annual Christmas party to the Earl and Countess of Powiss,
there are now 31 teams who will be be given on Dec. 22, a real Santa
entered in the tournament, arlarger Claus will distribute from a lar England, recently married Count
number than any previous- year. Un- Christmas tree a present for each'Hbr IchsiPli
der the supervision of Miss Erley the "kiddie." These gifts will probably
teams are receivings eellent coach- e candy or fruit. On Christmas eve mt has appo priated $563,000efor
ing by professional students in phys- each child will hang a stocking on promotion of air traffic. An airplane
ical education.IprmtoofartafcAniple
After Christmas the managers of the foot of his bed and during the factory will be built at Malmoe.
night the old saint will visit each one ,
the various teams will draw for op- and put in the empty stocking some-
ponetsdates, and complete arrange-)
ponents, dthing for which the sleeping child
ments for the interhouse tournament. has at- one time expressed a wish. NEW VICTOR. REC
On Christmas morning no one will be RED SEA
«.ndisappointed. Each child will have at
IT 1L leastone gift from Santa. 1 05 0 own the Petersky
Price (Arr. Chzaliapin)
A I $1.50 M eushket n(R ussia
VR CONTRI INS Schedule .Meeting ,10 4 Sr Stimmiung (An Imnp
Of Representatives Price " a itz (in D Major)
Many and varied were t'emanu- 1 4 9 10eI r Tnenbaum (7
scripts read at the meeting of Black Thie board of representatives of the Price li, du liegst mir it
Quill held Wednesday evening in Woman's League will meet at 10 $1.59 . L German
South wing of University hall. Miss o'clock tomorrow morning in Barbour
DANCE
Lucille Walsh acted as chairman. gymnasium. Discussion will cover
Two one act plays were read: "The various definite topics and it is nec- 1 9 1 9 6 'ra'ttcling Blues-F4
Lonely Road," an eternal triangle sar
typeandRadi"alec teplaya"otrinfessary that cch representative be Price If You Don't Want
tpematitled"And detop W ot.d onh prepared with definite opinions as 75c
poem An Ode to Wordsworth" I well as criticisms and questions. 1 9 4 9 71 The Slave of Love-
was given. The only short story read Firs: thee will be a definite ex-,
was about an old-fashioned wedding Price ~ 'he lll
esald a ssi ld Wed- planation of the points which qualify re Because They All
dress called "Jessica Willard's Wed- ahuefrelcintfheHnr70 .

All league houses will be organized
for competition by the Honor Coun-
cil. Honor points are being awarded
for participation in various campus
activities, and all houses are out to
win as many points as possible.
Each house is keeping a record of
the activities of its members and
checks them by the honor point chart
which is posted in each house. The
Spurposeof this honor point system,
i toget every woman who lives in a
league house interested in some cam-
pus activity. It is also to maintain
high scholarship and better co-opera-
tion with the Women's League and
the Women's Athletic association.
The number of points that each wo-
man cnn win is limited to 12 so that
the work will not be done by a few
people.
There are six houses in Honor
Council at the present time. They
are as follows: Caughy house, Form-
hals, Hall, McClinton, Reagh, Rea.
Any house can become a member of
.e Council if it has sufficiently
high scholarship and enough honor
points.
Besides the honor point system
there is a zoning system. The league
houses are divided up into zones
with one house at the head of each,
according to this system. There is
an athletic manager in each zone who
is to organize athletics. Basketball
teams are being formed now anid the
interzone games will start soon.
Mexico City, Dec. 11.-The Pan-
American Federation of Labor re-
elected Samuel Gompers president.
ORDS--DEC. 12, 1924
L RECORDS
(Moscow Street Song)
) Chaliapin
an Laborer's Song) Chaliapin
ression) (Achron) Jascha Heifetz
) (Godowsky) Jascha Heifetz
The Christmas Tree) German
Schuma nn-Heink
in flerzen (You Live in My Heart)
Schumann-Heink
RECORDS
ox Trot
Ted Weems and His Orchestra
Me-Fox Trot
Jan Garber and His Orchestra
-Fox Trot
George Olsen and His Music
rove You-_r ox Trot
Barney Happ and His Orchestra

League EntertainsFWe o
For Women Today~ OTL
NOTICE S
"The Crimson Cocoanut," a one-act I j
play which will be presented by Mum
mers dramatic society, music and danc
ing will make up the program for the Class basketball practices will be:
next party in the series of Women's held as follows: Today, 3:20 o'clock,
League affairs which are being held for seniors; 3:50 o'clock, juniors.
a1l women on the campus. The party -
will be given from 4 to 6 o'clock Fri- Kappa Phi Christmas party will be }
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium, held at 8 o'clock Tuesday, Dec. 16, at'
The play will be presented at 4 o'- Wesley hall, instead of Dec. 12.
clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. i
The members of the cast include: The board of representatives of the
Dorothy Pudrith, '26, Genevieve Good- Women's League will meet at 10 o'-
man, '2k Rowena Benson, '25, Dor- clock tomorrow in Barbour gymnas-
othy Sessions, '25, and Virginia Cron- Ium.'
in, '25. It will be directed by Florence
Nelson, '25. The Women's League will entertain'
Dean Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Amy Ho- all the women on the campus at a
bart, Miss Grace Richards, and Miss i party from 4 to 6 o'clock today in Bar-
Ethel McCormick are patronesses for bour gymnasium.
the party.
Mrs. Lalla Block Arnstein, wife of a I
wealthy merchant of Knoxville, Tenn.,
was recently elected a member of the
Knox county court and thereby cloth-
ed with the powers of a magistrate.
She was the first woman magistrate to
perform a wedding ceremony in Ten-
nessee., \
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Read the Want Ads

DAILY TRYOUTS I
A midsemester call for tryouts
to The Michigan Daily is issued.
There is a limited number of po-
sitions open in the editorial de-
partment which will be filled by |
competition among tryouts. The |
positions are open to any men on
the campus, not freshmen. or in
their first semester of residence.
Those who desire to try out will I
call at the office in the Press
Building between 2 and 4 o'clock
any afternoon this week and see
the City Editor.

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Waving
i This process of perman-
ent waving is without af
doubt the premieri method.
I; Stodd ard
Hair Shoppe
707 North University
Phone 2652
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Read the Want .Ads;

Mr. H. L. Corbin, of Milady's
Boot Shop, 232 Book Building,
Detroit, will be at the Vogue
Shoppe, 308 Maynard St., Ann
Arbor, Saturdays and Wednes-
days with a complete line of the
latest Fifth Avenue creations for
formal evening wear.
The Honor of Your Prcsence
Is Rcquested.

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cing;Dress." Among the other manu- Council; then an exllanation of the
scripts were a sketch on "CharactersICoilsytem for ln tionaos. the-.
in the Library," which depicted the - - tSy.>tem for individuals. The re-
iny," ehech the pert of the bazaar committee will fol-
variste o go : , low and this committee is anxious for
a review of "kimon Called Peter," a ny criticism of the management of
take off on Emily Post's "Book of the bazaar that will help in improv-
J+tiquette," and a criticism on the ing it next year. Flnally the prob-
painting "Mona Lisa." lems confronting individual houses
These manuscripts were criticized will be discussed.
both adversely and favorably. The Representatives are requested to
best works that are handed in during bring pen nd paper to the meeting.
the year will be collected and pub-
lished next spring in the form of a'
book. -SPEIAL I~iNCIu

1 9 , 0 0 All Alone With You in a Little Rendezvous--Fox Trot
International Novelty Orchestra
Price The Pal That I hoivetl Stole the Gal That I Loved-
75cI Waltz Charles Dornberger and His Orchestra
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL RECORDS
1 9 4 6 4 ( Silent N ight (Gruber) Mark Andrews
Price Oh Come. All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
7Te (Portugal) Mark Andrews
4 5 4 7 7 ) Sleepy lfoow rliTie (Fosdick-Kountz) Elsie Baker
Price $1.00 When Love l)ics (Edgar Leopoldi) Elsie Baker
1 9 5 0 1 It Ain't Gonna min No Mo'---2nd Installment Hall
Price 75ct We're Gonn have Yte« ther Wendell Hall

SCHAEBERLE & SON, Music

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When Mrs. Donald Clark ran for
secretary of state in West Virginia in J
the recent elections she supplemented A
her speeches with a few of the folk -.-.
songs of rugged mountaineers whose
ways she had learned. Mrs. Clark lost'
the general election but we'll venture Read
to say the mountaineers voted for her.

AND ) MUSIC
At
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TER UNION OPERA

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Where Shopping !s A Pleasure
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Gowns f
$ 9.75 -$ 0.0 0
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C~gay as the strains of
musicto ve which they will
crepes, encrustedwith glisten-
ing beads. Bouffant types of.
chiffon or tulle, tinted like 'a"
rainbow. Stately gowns of ? -
jewel-toned velvets, further
enriched with fur or metal
Exquisite in coloring and
conception - yet pleasantly
matter-of-fact in price.
61261. L Lberty }- .

A Gift from Goodyear's Peans Nor e

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L AMPS are gifts that will
transform any rooms in
which they are placed. Desk,
table, boudoir, bridge and floor
styles, all artistically made.
$2.25 to $31.50. Will be
packed for shipment any-
where.
THIRD FLOOR
GOODYEAR'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

Flowering Plants
The Appreciated Gifts
The delicately colored Cyclamen and Bego-
nia, the Poinsettia with its long, slender
flowers of vivid ;ed or the bright colored
berries of the Jeruselem Cherry are the gift
de luxe indeed. They will last for a long
time as the token of your thoughtfulness.
We Do Not Raise Prices at Christmas
Flowers of Quality Without Overcharge
Send flower greetings by wire to friends out
of town. We can telegraph your flower
orders anywhere and guarantee satisfactory
delivery in a few hours.
Ann Arbor Floral Co.
"The Home of Fresh Flowers"
Store, 122 E. Liberty St.-Phone 1630
Greenhouse, 1021 Maiden Line--Phone 2190

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