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THE MICHI AN -Ai.lY

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Sponsor Christmas
Party Todav-.

GROUPS 90 AND 103 TIE
Acts From Sophomore CabaretI
Will Feature on Program
of Entertainment,
When "Waa" is presented to the
freshmen at the Christmas party
being given at 3:30 this afternoon,
by the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion, his ribbon will bear the
numbers of groups 90 and 103. The,
advisers of these groups are Miss
Laurie Campbell and Miss Ellen B.
Stevenson, respectively. Thes
groups tied for first place in the1
Play Day which was held during
Freshman Week, though group 90,1

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COLLEGE PAPER NOTICES. giI | TI[) SCHOL ARSHIPS T O MILLS COLLEGE ( TD 3PL O
CHOOSES QUEEN rm1,i ilecd "hnni a *iar pm>- li ULJ Lu L L ILIIIUU'OFFER OPPORTUNITY TO GRADUATES UILdJIU U
chases at Jacobson's, Goodhe w's Kfl~-1 II II lsohlar - ~h~~s ~~~r I ~_ ~ II
oQiary's, a discount of 5perwhpand scholarships for the cost of graduate tuition.
cent will b. made on the pur- graduate study at Mills College, Cal- The above fellowships and schol-
I y ;chase to go toward the under- fifornia. are now available and Miss arships are open to women who
Y } f graduate campaign fund of the Grace E. Richards, Chairman of hove university or college degrees
League, without any additional party of 12 Waaen Students .nd present evidence of fitness and Dramatic and Choral Clubs Wi9
expense to the purchaser. Will Tour European the Advisors of Women, will be ability for graduate work. Unless Entertain With Play and
rules glad to give out any information holders of teaching fellowships
House rules reminin effect Countries. regarding them. Miss Richards have had a year ,or more of gradu -pertta
atalraarddeouesfo om WLLSALONMrrp oints out that this is a valuable late study, they will normally anti- Chita -re, olcnlr
a prv h efo wn WILL SAIL ON JUNE 25 o poituntr o enhis hos a re paevtheasa aChristmas trees, holly candles,
en until Fiday. Permission wil JL.LE ~ pporuiyfo oe woaecipate two years of graduate work'
have to be obtained from the anxious to do a year's work toward for the Master's degree. and sparkling lights will all add a
advisars of women by any wam- Included in the program which a Master's degree after graduation Concerning the application ndYuletide spirit to the Christmas
en wishing to leave town be- Mary Lytle, director at Betsy Bar- here, and also for any who may be award of these scholarships the Bazaar which is being held from
fore that date. Rules will apply bour house, has arranged for the interested in teaching in the state letter received by Miss Rich ards 745 to 11:30 tonight at Couzens
fore that ate. RulesHill apply bourhhousephasearranedhfor th
unchanged to women remain- summer student European tour of California. states that applications may be ob- l uer te a c of te Jn-
.4..s~ ing in rooming houses during will be the Passion Play of 1930. The James Peironnet Pierce Fel- tained from te chairman of the i class of the School of Nursing.
lowship and the Anelia Anne Pease Committee on Fellowships, Mills Aileen Mordoff, 31S.N., general
varcation, with the exception Folders describing the itinerary of, elwhis il chairman of the affair cordially
that 10:30 o'clock closing hour the trip are ready for distribution Feviowship of $500 each are open College, California, to whom all ite t b to attend Trd
on week nights is extended to and can be obtained by calling at for study in any department. The documents should be sent by March will be a small admittance fee. Ruth
11 o'clock. Betsy Barbour house or by tele-) Elizabeth Crother's Fellowship in 15, 1930. Awards will bemade on or i e '3sma., as see a th
men phoning Miss Lytle at 3816. Music is also for $500 and is open before April 1, 1930. tan, o he aa
nf Sistn himno.h aar
Freshmen basketball practice 1 The party, which will be limited to students who have demonstrated The letter containing all infor- I Snow Mn h Christmas
will take place from 4 to 6 o'clock to 12 women, Will sail from Quebec unusual creative ability in music. mation will be posted on the bulle-. The
Thursday, and not Wednesday on the S. S. "Empress of France" In addition there are 18 Mills tin board in gymnasium play will be presented by the Dram-
as was announced yesterday. i on June 25. Among the principal College Trustee Fellowships, one and Miss Richards urges that any atic club and the Choral club f
The practice will be held in features of the trip besides the op- each ;n Art, Bacteriology, Botany, women who are interested read itICouzens Hall will give The Nifty
Barbour gymnasium. portunity of seeing the Passion French, German, Speech and immediately in order to write their Sharet o eresidence wilofg
IPlay at Oberammergau, will be a MDramatic Art, Institutional Mani- letters and secure the information sueral esdne il fe
LEAGUE BUILDING ll two weeks visit in Italy. Th gement Househo Scienc, h required during vacation. She says sa te numbers between the play
LELgroup will visit the galleries and sics, Pre-School Laboratory and it is an unusual opportunity and
TO REMAIN OPEN cathedrals in the north, and will Psychology. There are also should not be overlooked. Attractive gifts made by the jun-
---h Cspend two days in Rome. two each in Chemistry and History tior nurses will be displayed for sale
During the Christmas holidays iA motor /trip through the hills is and three in English. These 18 Fel- I Swinimingis the most popular in booths arranged around the A-
the Russian Tea Room, the cafe- also being planned, a pleasure un- lowships, are residents teaching sport among the women at Ohioencey hall at the ncy neres-
it L1.i..teria and the main dining room of known to most tourists since no Fellowships ip value representing State Univ ity Th de ne. Handwork, fancy novelties
Associted Presa Photo the League building will remain railroad has ever climbed to these expenses of residence and tuition. and home-made candy will be
open. The only department of the ancient towns. London, Paris, Ver- Five Graduate Scholarship are and sixty-seven young women among the articles offered. "Mrs.
Mary Schilling building that will be closed is the sailles, Heidelberg, Lucerne, and offered, two open in any depart- ranging from the beginners to the Santa" will sell "snow-balls" and
Editorial writer on the Arkansas Fountain room which will be re- Munich are also on the itinerary. ment and three open for study in veteran members of the Swan club, "Santa" will be there with his
Traveller, University of Arkansas arranged and opened i nder new The party will arrive at Montreal the Pre-School Laboratory. These are enrolled in the swimminggrab bag to add to the spirit of the
newspape, was named Miss Ar- management. onAugust28 five scholarships represent in value classes at the University bazaar.
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being made up of students major-
ing in physical education, was un-
der a handicap of five points. Dor-
othy Touff, '30, president of W. A.
A., will present "Waa," who is a
small,brown bear.
Groups 103 and 111 are also to be
guests at the party, the first be-
cause it was the runner-up in Play
Day, and the otheirbecause jt was
the only group with perfect atten-
dance. The faculty of the physical
education department has also been
invited to attend the affair. Since
W. A. A. is hostess to the fresh-
men, all members are asked to be
present.
Three acts from the Sophomorex
Cabaret will provide the entertain-
ment for the party, in addition to
dancing, cards, and refreshments.
They will consist of a tap dance, a
toe dance, and the Apache dance.

"Fashions for
the Holly Days"
By Bele
Have you fully realized yet that
this is the last week of school be.
fore the holidays? And have you
thought about the new clothes you're
going to need for the Christmas sea-
son? If you haven't, you shouldn't
leave Ann Arbor without a visit to
the French Room at Mack's.
Variety in all the new styles is the
keynote of their display. There are
clever dresses for positively every
conceivable occasion, and you may be
sure of your individuality in, them,
for there are no duplicates. The
French Room itself is done in la-
vender and green and is divinely
contfortable. It is most exclusive,
too, and is kept constantly supplied
with the very latest fashions by buy-
ers in New York.
I recently sepnt a particularly in-
teresting afternoon looking over the
new frocks in the French Room.
Long skirts, high waists, and fitted
hiplines, of course, held sway; but
you'll find clever little individual
touches that show the French Room
dresses to be quite apart from the
usual thing.
Little white collars and cuffs in
the new handkerchief linen are some-
thing different and are most attrac-
tive. Georgette dresses are -showing
short puff sleeves for semi-formal
wear. Dresses for ' similar occasions
in other materials have capes that
fall to the elbow instead of sleeves.
Narrow belts of the same material
as the dress define the normal waist-
line on many frocks.
Black and egg-shell are the pre-
dominating colors in formal gowns
this season. The French Room is
showing a stunning stiff black taffeta
gown, embroidered with flowers in
gold thread. The skirt reaches to
the ankles all the way round, and
the extremely low decollete is cut
down to a large stiff bustle, in the
back.
Stiff materials are vying with
clinging georgettes for predominance
in evening wear. A deep blue moire
frock in the French Room has a
long, fitted bodice, with a skirt flared
up on one side to meet an enormous
stiff bow perched on one hip. But
next to this model is a clinging
georgette in the popular egg-shell.
Its soft lines are molded to the figure
from shoulder to hip, while a skirt
made a varying lengths of georgette
forms an interesting uneven hem-
line.
Bright reds and greens take pre-
cedence among frocks for informal
wear, excepting those in fishnet.
These are found chiefly in the more
conservative colors, such as black and
very dark green. Flat crepes have
circuiar skirts, long all the way
round, while the georgettes more
frequently secure their length by
means of graceful floating panels.
An outstanding French Room model
is a red flat crepeshowing the new

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for each gift, there are oodless of smart things to give.
Colorful Boxes, when in doubt . . . for they are always
welcome for her make-up, hosiery, cards or jewelry. 49c to $1.25.
Woolen Anklettes are warmly received . . . there are
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Costume Jewelry . . . necklaces, earrings, bracelets
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