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*Y'vT,,DNE DAY, DECEMBER 10, 1930'

THE M CHI(-,_NN

DAILY

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t7EiGbE SPONSORSI
FIRST OPEN HOUSE;
200 WOMEN COME
League Social Chairman Thanks
Members for Co-operation
in Sponsoring Teas.
RECEPTION FOLLOWS
Pres. Ruthven Talks at Meeting
on Subject of Scientific
Expeditions.
Attendance at the League open
meeting last night exceeded that of
the last year, the social committee
reported, with about 200 students
present representing various wo-
men's organizations on c a m p u s.
The meeting was held under the
direction of the social committee
at 8:30 last night in the ballroom
of the League building.
Ruthven Speaks.
Eleanor Cooke, '31, president of
the League opened the meeting.
Sheintroduced Jeannie Roberts,
chairman of the social committee,
who gave a short talk. The main
address was a talk by Pres. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven entitled "Par-'
rot Stew."
He facietiously affixed this title
to a talk in which he told of many
experiences on zoological e x p e-
ditions, which arose out of his for-
mer position here at the University
as a member of the zoological de-
partmnent and the head of the mu-
seum.
Have Reception.
Minss Roberts spoke briefly con-
cerning the League teas which have
been sponsored this year under a
new plan instigated by her com-
mittee. As an experiment these
parties have been given by individ-
ual organizations and houses rath-
er than by the League committee
in each case. This was hone to in-
sure women obtaining a greaterlex-
tent of acquaintance on the cam-
pus. She complimented women in
the various League houses on their
cooperation and thanked them for
assisting her' and her committee.
Following the addresses and dis-
cussion an informal reception was1
held in the lounges on the second
floor. Those attending the meet-
ing were given the opportunity of
meeting President Ruthven a n d
other members of the faculty. Re- I
freshments were served.f m
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA
GUESTS AT PARTY
Patron esses Entertain at Homne
of Mrs. R. Aigler.
Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary
musical sorority, gave a formal
rushing party for patronesses, ac-
tive members, and rushees last
night at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Aigler, of Walingford Road. Mrs
Henry M. Bates and Mrs. G. Carl
Huber were the assistant hostesses
and also presided at the table.
The following program was given:
Prelude and Fugue in C major....
Capricio Opus 76 No. 2.s.. Brahms
Nocturne in Cminor ...... Chopin
Elizabeth Bentley, 33.
Intermezzo Opus 118 No.1... Brahs
Intermezzo Opus 118 No 6.. Brahms
La Silense ..... .......... ....Roff
Bertha Elo, '31.
MissOdina Olsen gave a group
of Norwegian songs in native cos-
tume.

Artificial flowers for formal dress-
es are most fashionable when in
the form of little old-fashioned
nosegays, according to the latest
word from Paris. Roses are the
most favored of all flowers for eve-
ning wear.

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RESIDENCES PLAN
FACULTYDINNERS
Mosher and Jordan Halls Give
First House Dance.
Among the social activities of the
week several of the dormitories are
entertaining at faculty dinners.
Betsy Barbour will entertain Thurs-
day night the following members of
the faculty: Professor Morritz Levi
and Mrs. Levi, Professer Preston
Slosson and Mrs. Slosson, Professor
Michael Pargment and Mrs. Parg-
ment, Professor Lila Pargment and
Mrs. Pargment, Professor Eugene
E. Ravillain, Professor Stanley
Dodge, Professor Russel Hussey and
Mrs. Hussey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brassfield, Miss Ethel McCormick,
and Miss Jeanette Perry.
Martha Cook entertains at a
faculty dinner also on Thursday
night. The guests are: Professor
Louis C. Karpinski and Mrs. Karp-
inski, Professor Rene Talamon and
Mrs. Talamon, Professor Dwight L.
Dumond and Mrs. Dumond, Pro-
fessor Clarence D. Thorpe and Mrs.
Thorpe, Professor Howard McClusky
and Mrs. McClusky, and Mrs. Elmie
Mallory.
Over the past week end Mosher
and Jordan halls entertained to-
gether at a house dance Saturday
night, December 6. A scheme of
decoration was carried out in ferns
and chrysanthemums. There were
two orchestras, one in each hall.
Chaperones were: Miss Inez Boz-
orth, Miss Lois Failyre, Mrs. A. A.
Buffington, Miss Isabelle Dudley,
Miss Sarah Lutes, and Miss Eliza-
beth DeVol.
Last Thursday Jordan entertain-
ed at their first "at home" tea; the
graduate students of the house
acted as hostesses. This week
Thursday Mosher hall will enter-
tain at a similar tea from 4:00 until
5:30. The house council members
are acting as hostesses and the
students of the university are cor-
dially invited. An exhibit of the
crippled children's products will be
displayed at the tea.
With the coming of the holidays
Christmas dances are being fea-
tured in several dormitories. Betsy
Barbour will entertain at a dinner
dance Saturday night. Chaperones
will be Miss Mary Lytle and Miss
Kathleen Hamn. Martha Cook is
also celebrating the season with a
dance this Saturday night. It will
be the second informal dance of the
season. Kel Edwards' orchestra will
furnish the music, and there will
be a specialty tap dance number
for the evening's entertainment.
Decorations are .to be carried out
in Michigan holly, crepe paper, and
a Christmas tree.
A Gift From the
Woman's Shop Will
Please "Her"
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Yuletide Theme to
Feature Tea Dance

SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS LESSENED;
SEASON TAPERS OFF FOR HOLIDAYS

Decorations Frida Rushing Parties and Benefit afternoon program at the house,
Bridge Parties Share after which they attended the
Decorations and entertainment Limelight. league bazaar and cabaret. Miss
to feature the informal League tea Pearl Bonisteel of Evanston, Ill.,
Friday afternoon will carry out the Social entertainments in the sor- national president of the organiza-
Christmas theme. The League orities haveevaried from rushing tion was a guest at the house.
Christmas party is a4i annual event, and pledge formals this week for On Wednesday evening, members
andplegeforalsths wekfo of the active chapter of Pi Beta
usually given the week before the it is now between seasons, and so-i ntetiedhterPofPi'Seta
cia aciviy i cnseuenly essn-Phi entertained the Pi Phi's from
Christmas holidays. Tea will be cial activity is consequently lessen- other chapters, who are now on
served from 4 to 6 Friday with campus at a dinner at their house.
r~l-,o{-. ampus atiia dinner at their Ihous-.

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dancing during this time. ~
The League social committee
have chosen league house group
No. 1, to act as hostesses at the
tea. This group includes the Adams,
Augspurger, Coon, Cozad, Jennings,
Saddler, and Stapleton houses. The
committee in charge of arrange-
ments will be chosen from these
houses. '
League teas are open to the pub-
lic, and are never limited to stud-
ents or League members.
Mummers' Women's
Club to Give Joint
Christmas Festival

Theta Phi Aipha entertainect six
rushes at dinner last Wednesday
night. The table for the dinner was
decorated with pink roses and tall
pink tapers.
The Mothers Club of Alpha Delta
Pi gave a benefit bridge at the
chapter house last Saturday after-
noon. Tea was served later in the
afternoon.x
Delta Zeta honored their pledges
with a formal dance last Friday
night. The chaperons were Dean
Wilbur R. Humphreys and Mrs.
Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Love, Mrs. Myra Wilcox, and Miss
Marion McClench.
Kappa Kappa Gamma gave a
formal faculty dinner last Thurs-
day night for the following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fuller, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur VanDuren, Mr. andI

This is an annual affair given by
the sorority.
Chi Omega gave an informal din-
ner on Thursday evening to honor
the advisors of women; Miss Alice
Lloyd, dean of women, Mrs. Byrl
Fos Bacher, Miss Jeanette Perry,
Miss Ethel McCormick and Miss
Ellen Stevenson, all members of the
advisory board.
Alpha Gamma Delta held a rush-
ing dinner for eight guests on
Thursday e v e n i n g.Twenty-five
members of the faculty were en-
tertained at tea. Mrs. Walter B.
Ford presided at the table.
Graduates of the Junior College
of Grand Rapids who are now stu-
dents at the University were enter-
tained at tea Monday, December 1,
by the present students of the jun-
ior college. Jean Milne, '32, poured.
Eight young women have been
engaged by the Chicago-San Fran-
cisco Air Lines to act as steward-
esses, serving meals, providing read-
ing material, and performing oth-
er services to add to the comfort
of the passengers.
Footwear Special
Wednesday
I. and
$5.85

University Music House inaugurated this Pre-Christmas Sale
at this time to offset as much as possible the effect of the
present financial situation.
You can get that Boy or Girl a Musical Instrument now
BEI7ORE CHRISTMAS at a very substantial discount.
A Piano, the foundation of all music, for as

" ,Mrs. Walter A. Reichart, Dr. Paul
"The Toy Shop," a one-act play, Cuncannon, Mr. Joseph Vandstra,
will be presented by Mummers, Mr. Aubrey Diller, Mr. Harold B.
women's dramatic organization, at Purdos and Mr. Charles D. Miller.
a Christmas party which is to bea
given Dec. 18, in conjunction with Kappa Kappa Gamma wishes to
the Women's Club of Ann Arbor. announce that Mrs. 0. E. Hunt and
The party will be held at the home Mrs. J. D. Bruce, both of Ann Ar-
of Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven. - bor, have accepted the invitation
The cast which has been chpsen of the sorority to be its paftroness-
consists of Ruth Stesel, '33, Blossom es.'
Bacon, '31, Margaret Smith, Fior- Members of Zeta Tau Alpha were
ence Frandsen, '31, Frances Buten, entertained at dinner and bridge
'31, Gladys Diehl, '33, Dorothy at the League on Monday night by
Knight, '31, Ann Verner, Kathryn their patronesses. Several members
Kratz, '32, Helen Hawxhurst, '32, of the faculty will be honored at
and Ruth Moore, '33. the chapter house at dinner to-
Dora Poir, president of Mummers, night.
will direct the play while Dorothy Delta Delta Delta held a state
Magee, '32, is in charge of costumes meet on Saturday when Tri Delts
and Olive Strohmeyer, '31, is chair- from other chapters in the states
man of the property committee. . were present for luncheon and an

low as $25.00.

Terms to suit.

Violin Outfits Complete with Bow and Case

$10.00

$12.00

$15.00

Clarinets $17.50,

former price $35.00

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Model 22
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MANY OTHER BARGAINS!
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Devoted to Music
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A Short Cut
o Santa ClausI
Goodyear's Six Gift Shops . . . where one can finish in
minutes the Christmas shopping that used to take days!I
Six Gift Shops have been arranged in our three stores..
gifts gathered together in convenient places.
Everything anyone could possibly wish to give or receive
is there . . . concentrated to save steps . . . time.
Bring your list, the Six Gif Shops will automatically suggest
the proper gift for every name you've on it!
"The Aisle of Gifts," the "Corner Shop" and "Christmas
Court" are in the main store . . . 124 South Main Street.
"The Collectors Nook," where lovely gifts for the home are
collected is in the Interior Furnishing Store at 216 South
Fourth Avenue.
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