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C, UNDAY; '- DECEMBER' 16, 1928

THE MICHIGAN

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BOWLERS WILL

SOLD Fall University Social Season Reaches Conclusion With Holiday Parties
uiir r u And Initiations Still Holding Attention Of Soro

rities And Dormitories

visitingarepresentative of the soror-
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Seasonal activities. and a display ity. A .tea was given in her
of Christmas spirit will hold the honor Wednesday by the members
Twelve Organizations Will Take interest of the sororities and dor- of the sorority.
Part In Intramural mitories from now until the Christ- Seven girls were initiated into4
Tournament mas holidays. All have planned a 'Alpha Phi yesterday: Janet Wood-1
Christmas party of some kind, with mansee of Oak Park, Ill.; Harriet
SET DATE ON TUESDAY a tree and exchange of gifts. Sev~ -__
eral of the sororities have invitedT!EW
two or three children in the city ' WRITES BROADWAY PLAY
Twelve organizations will be to enjoy their party and Christmas'
represented in the bowling tourna- tree.
ment that will be held. at 7:15 Gamma Phi Beta has arranged
o'clock Tuesday night at the wom- to share its tree with three child-
ern's field house. Teams will bowl ren next Wednesday night and at;
for half hour periods. that time will completely outfit the
The bowlers will not competeI youngsters.-
with their teammates, but the Mrs. Harry Konig, of New York
records will be taken of individual City, formerly Jesse Forbes, has i.:
scores and the standing of the re- been a guest of Gamma Phi Beta
spective teams will be computed 'this week. Mrs. Konig is an!
by adding the total score of. each alumna.

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The tournament as it will be
played off is as follows:
7:15 o'clock: Alpha Chi Omega-
Margaret Sax, Edith Higbie; Helen
Newberry-Margaret Lauer, M -
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Fencing classes will be held
at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon and Wednesday at Bar-
bour gymnasium for any wo-
men who are either interested
in learning the sport or in prac-
tice for the spring tournament
All who wish further informa
tion concerning fencing are ask-
ed to see Miss Ella Rawlings.

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erva Vehner; Martha Cook, first
team-Doris Fenneberg, Florence
Nyer; Martha Cook, second team-
Marion Patterson, Allison Kunkle.
7:45 o'clock: Alpha Omicron Pi,
first team-Grace Mambeck, Kath-
erine Clifford; Alpha Omicron Pi,
second team-Margaret Smith, Al-
bertina Maslen; Chi Omega-Alice
Crane, Esther Gieslen; Alpha Ep-
silon Iota-Sarah Bishop, Mildred!
Nichols,
8:15 o'clock: Alumnae House-!
Alice Townley, Flora Shafer; Kap-!
pa Alpha Theta-Genevieve Coan,
Catherine Bradley; Delta Zeta-
Jean Currie, Dorothy Lyons; Sig-
ma Kappa-Odeyne Gillett, Velma
Johnson.
8:45 o'clock: Betsy team-Doro-
thy Marshick, Betty Smither; Bar-I
bour team-Frances Miller, Rose
Strasser; Kappa Delta-Virginia
Parmeter, Frances Miller.
A charge of ten cents will be
made to each person entering the
tournament to pay for the strings
and the pin boys. All entrants are
asked to be prompt in reporting at
the field house so that the events
may begin exactly on the scheduled
hour.
Kappa Phi enjoyed a Christmas
party at their regular supper meet-
ing last Tuesday. The party was
given for the actives by the pledges.

Delta Zeta anounces the pledg-
ing of Mary Catherine Slate, '30,
and Margaret Stalker, '32.
A formal pledge dance of Delta
Zeta at the Union last night was
chaperoned by Prof. C. E. Love and
Mrs. Love, and Prof. J. M. Rouse
and Mrs. Rouse. The decorations
suggested the approaching holiday..
Delta Zeta members will have,
their last party of the old year
next Wednesday night, and cele-
brate with a buffet dinner and a
Christmas tree at the house.
Gamma Phi Beta held initiation
for Julio deJourno, '30, of Allen-
town, Pennsylvania, Thursday
night.
Kappa Alpha Theta will be busy'
this afternoon entertaining more
than seventy-five guests at a facul-
ty tea. Huge baskets of large, yel-
low mums will be placed in the
living room, while bowls of smaller
ones and yellow tapers will adorn
the table.
Alpha Omicron Pi added five
names to their membership with
the initiation of the following girls
last Sunday: Mary Louise Behy
mer, '31, of Rockford, Ohio; Jean
Boswell, '31, of Flint; Dorothy
Gates, '29, of Detroit; Helen Gay,
'31, of Topeka, Indiana; and Jane
Mundinger, '31, of Ann Arbor. A
banquet and the welcoming ad-
dresses at the Haunted Havern fol-
lowed the ceremony. A vase of
the red, jaqueminot roses was a
centerpiece on each of the small
tables.
Alpha Gamma Delta entertained
at a formal dinner-dance Saturday,
December 8, at Joe Parker's. The
party was in honor of their pledges
and was suggestive of Christmas.
Miss Emily Butterfield of Farming-
ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tay-
lor acted as chaperones.
Mrs. Ralph Curtis entertained at
a bridge-tea yesterday afternoon
for the junior and senior members
of Alpha Gamma Delta.
Alpha Phi has been hostess this
week to Mrs. Bouherty, national

Science department was a guest
!of Chi Omega at dinner last
Wednesday. Next Wednesday the
sorority will entertain more than
sixty guests, including their
1 mothers and alumnae, at a dinner
and Christmas party. A Christmas
play has been arranged for the
Kline of Saginaw; Harriet Howard
of Kalamazoo; Elinor Eggleston,
Battle Creek; Marjorie McGuire of
Petersburg, West Virginia; Emmy
Lou Smith of Detroit; and Teresa
Homs of New York City.
Many Alpha Phi alumnae atten-I
ded the banquet given for the new
members after the iniation. Among
the guests were Helen Rutherford
of Detroit; Janet Trembley of
Flint; Betty Campbell and Eliza-
beth Waldo of Kalamazoo; Mar-
jorie Park of Ann Arbor; Mrs. How-
lett of Jackson, Mrs. Percy Dan-
forth of Ann Arbor; Miss Ann Hen-
shaw, Jean Kyer, Sally Riggs, and
Marian Yonquist. The decorations
for the banquet was carried out in
Alpha Phi's colors, silver and bor-
deau.
Alpha Epsilon Phi is holding
open house this afternoon from 3
until 5 o'clock.
Alpha Chi Omega will give a
program of entertainment. Two
little girls from an orphanage will
be the guests of the sorority.
Alpha Xi Delta has invited its
patronesses and their children to a
Christmas dinner which they will
give Thursday evening, also some
children of the city to share their
Christmas tree.
Phi Sigma Sigma has addedf
Vivian Zimit, '31, of Brooklyn,
New York, and Ethel Zolte, '31, of'
Buffalo, New York., to their mem-
bership. The chapter announces
the pledging of Dorothy Nissbaum.
Mary Baird, Spec., of Kansas
City, Missouri, is now an active
member of Collegiate Sorosis.
Kappa Delta was entertained
with a unique diner Tuesday, given
by Mrs. Carl Rufus. Oriental food
was served in oriental style on or-
iental tables and dishes. Even
chopsticks were available to those
who cared to try using them.
A tea honored the new patrones-
ses of Kappa Delta last Thursday.
The patronesses are Mrs. Frederick
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Burr, Patterson
& Auld Co.
Church at South U

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Bailey, Mrs. Walter Hunt, Miss
Ethel McCormick, and Mrs. C. W.
Edmunds. Yellow tapers and mums
were used in the decorations. Miss
Nellie Hoover, Miss Ellen Steven-
son, Mrs. D. R. Sunderland, and
Mrs. C. C. Malcohe poured.
All the patronesses and alum-
nae of Kappa Delta have been in-
vited to the Christmas dinner and
party which the sorority will hold
next Wednesday. Red candles will
light the room: and mums will
supplement the Christmas tree as
decorations.
Alpha Alpha Gamma, honorary,
architectural fraternity, held initi --
ation Tuesday night at the Theta
Phi Alpha house. Elizabeth Cutter,
'30, is the new member.
Sigma Kappa actives gave a tea
for the Mothers' club Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Martha Fordes
poured.

Beginning tomorrow morning at
8 o'clock, Wyvern will once more
resume its sale of bluebooks at the)I
candy booth in University Hall.
The long delay in obtaining the
bluebooks from the manufacturers
is entirely unprecedented in the
history of Wyvern's sale of blue-
books and, although it was un-
avoidable, the society regrets very
much the necessity of having to
disappoint its customers.
The new stock includes the five
cent and the three for ten cent
variety, and are said to be put out
in an entirely new shade of blue.
Several thousand are on hand, and 1
another supply was sent for upon
receipt of this order, so that all;
further delays will be averted.
Distribution among the League

She may be the sweet, simple and Girlish Type-
She may be the Sophisticated Type-
or She may be just the Type you like-

Miss Jane Gates
Writing oer the nani of Jane
Drury,, Mi.-, ,Jane Gates, Philadel-
phia, Pa., sor chiygiro. has com-
pleted a play which is to be pro-
duced on Broadway. She also has
two books, translatedhfrom the
French, to her credit, and many
verses.
Christmas party tomorrow night
for the children of their Ann Arbor
Alumnae; the members themselves
will dress as children.
Alpha Epsilon Phi had as dinner
guest last Wednesday, Prof. Morley
Scott of the History department.
Phi Gamma Mu will combine al
Christmas dinner and initiation'
banquet next Wednesday after in-
itiating Isabel Loshvaugh, '30,
Martha Foster, '30, and Dorothy
Schmidt, '30.
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Abbot andl
Mrs. Thomas Anderson were chap-
erones at the formal dance given
last night by Delta Delta Delta.
Delta Delta Delta announces theI
pledging of Catherine Crossman, '32, 1
of Giegory.
Miss Eunice Wead of the Library

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Attention Men:
Special on Jade
Hosiery by the box.

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A Unique Present for Every One

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PICTURES

BOOKENDS

PLAYTHINGS
ASHTRAYS

GAMES

CIGAR HOLDERS

COSTUME JEWELRY
Everything to wiap them up

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You'll want these
New Creations in
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SHOES
For the Xmas Holiday Affairs

PrntFrocks
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They are exceedingly smart
the new print dresses that re-
mind us that Spring is just
around the corner. This col-
lection is typical of the frocks

MARY LOUISE SHOP
Nickels Arcade Opp. Post Office

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GLOVES and BAGS
The importance of gloves in a woman's ac-

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cessory wardrobe gives them a
nificance at Christmas time. The
models we have include stylesI
utility, and formal wear.
$3.95 to $5.95

special sig-
variety of
for driving,

Rhinestone
Buckles--
Heels
$1 to$5

which are copied after models
the Parisienne loves so well.
Stunning new color combina-
tions.

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As new as the next dance, and
eeing these beautiful pumps
ill excite as many thrills.
$8.50
At the Left)
The newest in straps. Smart
ither formal or informal. A
amp of Swiss satin and a
uarter of the newest brocade.
$7.85
New Styles Daily
$4.85 to $8.50

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This is .The" Gift Shop
If every gift may be counted a reason, then
there are a thousand and one reasons why you
should visit lutzel's. Gifts for every feminine
name on your list from all parts of the world.

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