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Eligibility Petition Is Necessary
for New Students Called 1
Back by Committee.
Second Tryouts Scheduled for
Jan. 8, 9, 10; Will Make
"A certificate of health from Dr.
Bell," says Emily Bates, general
chairman of the Junior Girls' Play,
"must be secured by all who have
been called'back for a second try-'
out. This certificate will have to be
presented at the time appointments
are made."
Tryouts are scheduled for Jan. 8,
9, and 10, and will be held in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theater. The
dates upon which appointments
may be made will be announced
later, but will probably be the first
part of the week after vacation
Women who received cards for
second tryouts will try out alone
instead of being permitted to try
out in twos and threes. It is neces-
sary that every one sing and dance
alone, in order that the committee
judging the tryouts can get a fair
idea of what the tryout is capable
of doing. Those women who wish
to harmonize may do so after their
single tryouts.
New juniors on campus who have
been called back for a second try-
out will have to petition their eligi-
bility, before participating. They
will be provided with the necessary
instructions at the office of the
Dean of Women.
More than 120 juniors took part
in the first tryouts which were held
last week. The January tryouts will
be conducted in much the same
way. Only women who are trying
out for leads or character parts
need to speak in addition to singing
and dancing, and all women trying
out for men's parts are requested
to wear men's clothes.
Women who did not try for men's
parts last week, but who wish to
may do so at second tryouts, since
this year's play has quite a number
of opportunities for men's parts.
Michigan Men Work on Bureau
of University Travel.
Among the Europe-bound profes-
sors of this university, are three
who will spend their summers con-
ducting students about the byways
of Europe-Prof. Peterson of the
English department, Prof. Rene
Talamon of the French department,
and Prof. Arthur Aiton of te his-
tory department. They are all three
affiliated with the Bureau of Uni-
versity Travel of which Prof. Wil-
liam A. Frayer, formerly of the his-
tory department, is president.
The Bureau of University Travel
is a unique travel organization
which employs only college profes-
sors as leaders of its tours. Their
aim is to offer in one summer the
equivalent of at least a year in col-
lege by having with each group o
students five or six professor
whose subjects enable them to in-
terpret the various aspects of Euro-
pean travel--art; history, econo-
mics, literature, and archaeology
Everyone benefits from such a
scheme--the students in their in-
creased appreciation of things seen
and the professors in their repeate
trips abroad.
With "so many leaders ol tour
from Michigan, it is only natura
that the Bureau should endeavo:
to recruit students from this uni
versity. They offer a Men's tour o
$595 and a Women's tour for $790
both of which are exceptional trips
At least a week is spent in the im

portant cities--London, Florence
Rome, Paris, instead of the usua
four days. This enables the travele:
to get better acquainted with the
place before it is time to move on
Other features of the tour arE
Switzerlandeand the Jungfrau.
Cologne and the trip by boat u
the Rhine, the Italian Lakes, the
English Cathedral country (this i
an extra week), and the Riveria.


Who are the twelve greatest a- _
mong America's living women?- ----
Such is the question which the Schedule of Games Today.
Good Housekeeping is trying to de- 4 o'clock -Pi Beta Phi vs. Chi
termine by their nation-wide sur- Omega.
vey. From all over the United Gamma Phi Beta vs. Alphn Ch .
States and even from the West in- B
dies, come letters containing the Omega.
names of women who are outstand- 5 o'clock-Kappa Kappa Gamma
ing in every type of work. vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Over seven hundred names have Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Adelia
been sent in ranging from Mrs. Cheever.
Franklin D. Roosevelt to Dorothy
Dix and practically every field is Results of Tuesday's G ines.

lta . p1 J , 1 t ttt l .-4 t;a
things most desired by feminine
hearts as Christmas presents thisl
year are the newer kinds of cos-
tume jewelry: some silver rings set
with marcasite have been attract-I
ing particular attention lately as
have the clever black wooden neck-
laces with brilliant fimvers painted
on them.
Of >=rse, the long pastel tintedl
glovt-- n7e in decided favor this
seas.,n iMut black or white ones are
lust as desirable and everyone

Strcll ng through some of the j
r th = e fndl fi t:-.t thr Student-Faculty Convention -o

be Held 9uring Christmas

represented including everything ---
from engineering to poetry-writing. Helen Newberry Defaults to neeeds them for so many occasions.
Some of the people are world fa- Jordan 2. Pajamas are more varied thanI
mous and will probably be remem-, ever with the new bright colored
bered for centuries, ethers have League 7 Defaults to Dela Dela onepiece suits for sleeping and all,
scarcely been heard of outside of Delta. kinds of more elaborate ones for!
their own communities. lounging. The women on campus1
Jordan 2, 19; Delta Delta Delta 2. have particularly admired t h e
Associated Press Phof The l udges, of the cntest are all Thsam ewe h r-e- hand-made lingerie which has been
men who are nationally known and This game between the Tr-Del- hnm aed lingerie whc as. b
Gxcrtchexn Pmy, inciude Dr. Henry Van Dyke, Bruce ts and Jordan 2 was played after A imported from the far east.
Who reigned as queen of the Barton, Booth Tarkington, Otto teams had defaulted. It was a fast have designed a container which is
water carnival which was given by Kahn, and Newton Baker. Leon gams ad dele Iwatest actually leak-proof. It sounds too
Themen's, the honorary swimming Gordon, an artist of international game and more closely contes. The good to be true but we saw them
fraternity of the University cf Iowa. repute will paint the portraits of than the Joudindte. Thay- ourselves and now there is no rea-
She is a r'eside)-t of Iowa, her home the women and thesepanig will forwards on the Jordan team play- orevsadnwteei ora
paintingsw ed a fine game. The guards on the son to be afraid that ones perfume
being in Maquoketa. constitute a unique hall of fame.V
bei g n a _kta constitute____________ ___ unique__ha _-_ame. Delta Delta Delta team upheld the will spill all over ones purse. Then
ther ar som clver ompctsrel:
defence. The pay was mostly in there are some clever compacts Ro
CHRISTMAS PARTIES FOR FACULTY one territory. which are made from wood and m
____I have a modernistic design on them
PA TRONESSES AND INITIATES HELD Alpha Phi Defaults to Betsy that have been well received by
Barbour House. most of the students.
Kappa Alumnae Give Tea; Theta The Ann Arbor Alumnae of Kap-m -
Phi Alpha Have Formal pa Kappa Gamma gave a tea at Newberry 2, 22; League 2, 16. MUSIC SORORITIES
the chapter house last Thursday A
Faculty Dinner. in honor of Mrs. Marion Leroy This was a hard aught game. SELECT PLEDGES
Burton, a former patroness of the Neither team was able to take a -_
Christmas parties honoring stu- sorority. Mrs. Burton was the decisive lead until the last four Sigma Alpha Iota Pledges Eight;
dents, patronesses, a n d faculty guest of Mrs. Shirley Smith, while minutes of play. It was an open,
have been the order of the week staying in Ann Arbor. Last Satur- game there being little fouling on micron, even.
at local sororities. Several houses day Kappa Kappa Gamma held either team.Fm
ssohedinitiation ceremonies their- Following a week of formal mus-
a 1 s o held initiation eremoes their fall initiation ceremony, fol- ~el d diDelt Omi
during the past week-end. lowed by a formal banquet. The Two court basketball is beinganddinners DeItaOmicron
Christmas trees with sparkling initiates were: Jeanne Cudlip, '32, played in the tournanment this year. nra Ahsororitieso announc- N
lights, gifts, holly wreaths, and ron Mountain, Mich., Mary Ayres, Heretofore the court has been d ed theirorities T
mistletoe are being used effective- '31, New York City, Elizabeth Davis, vided to three parts and the Sunday afternon in the Wo-
ly to decorate the chapter houses '33, Detroit. players were not allowed to go be- Snda ae i mh Aoh hc
adding a Yuletide spirit for the Theta Phi Alpha nonored mem- yond the imits of their respective men' Leagu chapel, Sralp '
week before vacation. bers of the faculty at a formal din- sections. Under the new rule thereChicago Illinois; Helen BlackSM,
Last Saturday Delta Zeta initiiat- ner last Thursday evening. The is afforded an opportuity for for Battle Creek;Mar aret Burke,
,guests were: Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. mation plays and better team work. r e Li
dn a,: Ay'33SM, Palmer; Mary Elizabeth co
'32, Grand Rapids, Freda Boersig, Byri Fox Bacher, Miss Ethel Mc- . Dunn, '33SM, Jackson; Jane Ner-
'32. Detroit, Lynn Fowler, '33L, Cormick, Miss Jeanette Perry, Dr. Focty two teams r entered in hertroit Thelma Peck,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Marjorie Cuth- Margaret Bell, Prof. Arthur Boak the tournament which will con- '32, Dymouth; Mirnaveve Voegts'
bertson, '32, Flint, Mich., Frances and Mrs. Boak, Prof. Arthur S. tinue until the end of the seres- '321, Plymohr ave G endsy ' P
Anderson, '32, Clare, Mich., Vel- Aiton and Mrs. Aiton, Mr. and Mrs. ter. At the end of the intramural ZlMAnn Arbor p
mona Mallory, '31, Flint, Mich. A Verner W. Crane, anci Prof. Dwight. season an interclass tournament Dela Omicron held its pledge er
formal banquet followed the ini- L. Dumond. This Thursday eve- will be conducted. Players on the service Sunday morning in the cc
tiation ceremony. Delta Zeta are ning the sorority is giving a Christ- class teams wl e chosen ro Lague building for Elizabeth Burr, ie
giving a Christmas party tonight mas party for the active members the intramural team. '33SM, Linden; Ruth Burr, '33SM,;
for their patronesses and alumnae. and the pledges. -- Linden; Cathryn Conklin, Besse- T
Delta Gamma are giving a Christ- --A coaching staff of seven instruc- mer; M o h a Hutchings, '34SM, I
mas party tonight for their active Bicycle Riding Fad tors of the Physical Education de.- Flint; Edna Houck, '33SM, North
members and pledges. partment headed by Miss Laurie Judson, Indiana; Mary Kiest, '33SM,
Kappa Delta wish to announce Begun by Students Campbell is assisting Elizabeth Kinox, Indiana; and Kathleen Mc-
the pledging of Katherine Moore, Louden, '32, W. A. A. basketball Brayne, '33SM, Detroit.
'33, of Detroit. Last Saturday night at Eastern College manager, and her four class man- Last Saturday the active mem-
the sorority gave an mnormal dance , agers in conducting the tourna- bers of the local chapter were en-
in the guise of a pirate party. The ! ment. This same committee will tertained by the Beta chapter in
decoration scheme was that of a "Bicycle riding is a current fad choose the interclass teams at the Detroit at a banquet at the Whit-
pirate's den, and the chests of jew- at Smith College," pointed out Miss 'end of the intramural season. tier Apartment Hotel.I
els, old bottles, maps and skele- Myra Sampson, M. 5., '16, Ph. D., ----- --
tons which were used, carried out '26, former Michigan student who
the effect. The 0haperons were is now on the Smith faculty. FRATERNITY JEJELRY PARTY FAVORS
Mrs. Anna Dillinigh amn, Mrs. Byrl "Racks have been built around the
F o x B a c h e r, a n d M r. a n d M rs. W a l- b u ild in g fo r th e s e v e h ic le s , a n d it A D OADtsdmavatrnoroeeRV Q T JF.D
ter Hunt. Last night Kappa Delta is estimated that more than five-/Ikj'Il JL V L\ 3LJ
gave a Christmas party in honor of hundred are now in use. To see CARL F. BAY
their a>umnae and patronesses. a young, fur-clad modern peddling
Zeta Tau Alpha is honoring their ( her way to class is not nearly such JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST_
patronesses at a Christmas dinner a curiosity as it is to see a hat worn j Nickels Arcade
tonight and after is holding their on campus. In fact, trim specta-
annual Christmas party for the tor sport costumes are the rule at---
members of the chapter. Smith."

Acting as delegates from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, Ruth van
Tuyl, '31, Albertina Maslin, '31, and
4 Erdine Griffith, '33, will attend the
National Student-Faculty Conver.-
tion to be held in Detroit from De-
cember 27 to 31. Ethel McCormick
Assistant Professor of Physical
Education and Social Director in
the Office of the Dean of Women,
will be the woman representative
in the faculty group. There will b'
three men acting with her and
three men will be on the student
delegation also.
As there will be more than a
thousand delegates, they will be
divided up into seven discussion-
commissions. Miss Van Tuyl will
probably join the one considering
Associated Press Photo "The Relation of the Administra-
Gertrude Lamont, tion to the Student," Miss Maslin,
Who is the daughter of the sec- "The Placc of Religion on The
tary of commerce and Mrs. Campus," and Miss Griffith, "So-
abert P. Lamont. Her engage- cial Organization on the Campus."
ent was recently announced to The commissions will meet every-
aarles E. Saltzman, son of Major day except the first one, when there
eneral arid Mrs. Charles Saltz- will be a general. meeting.
English Sportswomen
Inn Arbor Women Ignore Wind and Rain
Undertake Program Glenna Collett, the United States
Women Golf Champion found that
for Public Health the ability to play against stiff
weather was an important factor
in making the English woman de-
Faculty and town women have velop the fine game for which she
en sponsoring a Public Health is famous. They battle against
ursing program in Ann Arbor. wind, rain and hail storms. Once
here are three nurses who care the hail stones were so large that
r people who need help in their a player found herself trying to
omes and watch for children's putt one.
seases in the schools. They also The women in Great Britain find
ke care of the Hoover Steel Ball it second nature to play golf. It is
mployees and the Metropolitan a national pastime. They are con-
fe workers with whom they have stantly studying the use of Aheir
ntracts. Paid bedside service is clubs and entering into competitive
ten done for $1.25. matches. This constant competi
The officers of the board are: tion keeps them always fit and
res., Mrs. Arthur E. Wood; vice- eliminates all but the best players.
res., Mrs. Wayne Ramsey; treasur- For this reason they do not need
r, Mrs. Frederick Waldron; re- as much individual practice as the
)rding secretary, Mrs. David Cow- American woman being always
and corresponding secretary, ready to play and with a calm as-
.rs. Frederick Collier. surance.

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"Merry Christmas'

From the College Shop


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Only 3 Shopping Days Before

Vacation 1

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Th Michigan Student Tour
[Bure of Universiity Travel]

I Gloves

Lovely, sheer chiffon
stockings in dark shades
to blend with winter cos-
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ItM" Blankets and Pennants-Jewelry
Stationery-Fountain Pens-Leather Goods
Unusual Christmas Cards
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1167 Days


England, Holland, Gernany, The Rhine, The Italian Lakes,
Italy, Riviera, Provence, Paris.
For details:



Mrs. T. R. Hornberger

Phone 23349

Beautifully tailored
in beige, black or
. long gloves of
$3.95 to 57.50.



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Tcchnical Illustrations

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The most popular ready-
to-eat cereals served in
the dining-rooms of
American colleges, eat-
ing clubs and fraterni-
ties are made by Kellogg
in Battle Creek. They
include ALL-BRAN, Corn
Flakes, Rice Krispies,
Wheat Krumbles, and
Kellogg's Shredded
Whole Wheat Biscuit.
Also Kaffee Hag Coffee
-the coffee that lets


A bowl of Kellogg's Pep Bran
Flakes with milk or cream
makes you "sit up and take
They are so much crisper.
And what a flavor! It's the
famous flavor of PEP. As you
eat each spoonful remember
that you are getting the nour-
ishment from the wheat. Ask
that Kellogg's Pep Bran
Flakes be served at your fra-
ternity or campus restaurant.

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Sparkling crystals and
brilliants for e v e n i n g
things . . . colored stones
and metals for daytime
clothes. $1 to $2.95.

Dainty lace trimmed un-
derthings . . . tailored un-
derthings with appliques
in contrasting colors.
Dance sets, chemise and
gowns. $2.95 to $4.95.


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