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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, f 30

THE MICIH IG AN DAILY

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STDENT FACULTY SORORITIES GIVE
AID TOCHAR
Presents and Trees Are Sen
M NHMEET TIlSto Hospital.
Many of the sororities and dormi
-- - tories are celebrating the approach
Prominent Women From Many ing Christmcas .eason by givin
Schools of the Country parties in which the presents ex
Will Attend. chanced and the Christmas tre
are to be given to poor children
and also by gving money to th
MICHIGAN SENDS THREE different charity and communit
funds.
Problems of Religion Will Form Monday night Alpha Phi, Kapp
Main Subjects for Delta, and Kappa Kappa Gamm
Discussion. gave a Christmas party in whc
the presents exchanged betwee:
members were later sent to th
Women from universities all ever children at the University Hospita
the country who are prominent Christmas trees used as part of th
faculty members and who are in- decorations were also sent there.
terested in the Y. W. C. A., will Wednesday night Chi Omeg
attend the National Student-Facul- and Zeta Tau Alpha gave partie
ty Conference meeting in Detroit The former had two poor childre
to dinner where they were give:
from December 27 to 31, to which gifts and clothing. Zeta Tau Alph
the University of Michigan is send- gave a tree and gifts to the hos
ing three women students, three pital. Helen Newberry also gavea
men students, and four professors, party in which the tree and gift
men dets ndwere sent to the hospital. Jorda
as delegates, hall entertained a family, th
As there will be more than two mother and six children, at dinne
thousand delegates at the Confer- Wednesday night. They were give
ence, they will be divided into clothing and presents which wer
seven commissions with about 20 placed under the tree.
leaders in each group. Four or five Alha Xi Delta, Pi Beta Phi, an
women are acting as leaders for Theta Phi Alpha will give partie
each section. Among the most tonight. Alpha Xi Delta will sen
prominent are Mary Babcock, Occi- their tree to the Old Ladies Hom
dental College, Los Angeles, and Theta Phi Alpha will entertaina
Edith Quamine, University of Min- little girl at the party, giving he
nesota, in the Commission consid- clothes and presents.
ering the Administrative Policy in Several of the sororities a
relation to the Student Body; Alice dormitories have donated mone
Bolton, the University of Wiscon- ote s Fundotemne
sin, and Dean Alice Hoyt, the Uni-_1 to the Galens Fund, to the An
versity of California,, irn the Educa- Arbor Community Fund and to th
tional System section; Dean Thyrsa Tuberculosis Fund. Among the
Amos, University of Pittsburgh, are Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Alph
co-chairman, Dean Charlotte Ray, Theta, Delta Delta Delta, Delt
Pennsylvwnia State College, Dean Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamm
Irma Voight, University of Ohio, Chi Omega, Betsy Barbour, an
and Dean Agnes Wells, University Helen Newberry.
of Indiana, in the group dealing
with Social and Organized Life of RESIDENCES HOLD
the Campus; Elizabeth Flinn, Agnes YULETIDE DINNER6
Scott College, on the commission
on Morals in This Day of Relativity; In celebration of their annu
and Dean Juliette Derricotte, Fisk Christmas dinners, the spirit c
University, Nashville, Tennessee yuletide frivolity ran throughou
and Elizabeth Mills, University of the dormitories last night. As is th
Washington, will figure in the usual custom at Helen Newberr
meetings on Social Attitude and the dormitory entertained its boar
Responsibility on the Campus. One of directors at a formal dinn
of the leaders in the group on which was enlivened by the artisti
Student Counseling will be Esther decorations of holly and fir bough
Lloyd-Jones, of Teacher's College, and the gayety of the Christm
New York City, and another will be pnd hi g ive bysm
Mrs.EarlRodmn frmDaotaplay which was given by some o
Mrs. Earl Rodman from Dakota the freshman group during dinne
Wesleyan University. Mary Clark, Betsy Barbour also entertaine
the University of Chicago, and its Board of directors at dinner la
Helen Laidlaw from Syracuse Uni- ngtPoedn h inrte
versity will work on the problem of night. Proceeding the dinner the
thgathered in theidrawing roomef
the Place of Religion in Higher the traditional candle light servi(
Edu ation, which has become a part of the
The general purpose of the Con- celebration. A great yuletide ion
ference is to determine the validity burnedionthe hearth and the stud
of character education as an end ents sang carols.
of all education, and the present- Mosher followed in the gayety
day significance and applications of, the evening with a semi-form
the Christian religion, dinner party. Later in the eveni
the students of the dormito
University Girls' Glee gathered for a more informal par
Club Will Hold Bridge where small presnts were e
changed which are later to got
Party After Holidays the hospital.-
As a part of their Christm
Helen DeWitt, '33, has been ap- celebration, Jordan entertainedz
pointed chairman of a committee dinner last night a needy fami
arranging a bridge party to be given of six children and their moth(
by the University Girls' Glee club. Later in the evening the studen
The party is being plannef for went caroling at the hospital a
early in January and the proceeds throughout the neighborhood.
will be used to meet traveling ex- I
penses of the Glee club. The Indian legend that the jun
The Christmas party that was to tion of the Arkansas and Lit'
take place before vacation has been Rivers in Kansas always shallI
postponed till after the holidays safe from tornadoes was .recall
due to the concert which was held recently when tornadoes struck
last night in conjunction with the few miles north and south of Wic
Men's Glee club and Band. ita, while only a mild storm stru

the city.
Government department of agri-
-culture experts are studying means PURDUE UNIVERSITY - "T
of eradicating the warble fly which supreme example of imagination
damages reindeer hides to an ex- our religion is the Bible," said D
tent of many thousand dollars S. Parkes Cadman in a lecture he
yearly. recently.

MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR FIRST TIME
Y OFFERS PHYSIOT HERAPY COURSE
Two Women arc Only Students They are used merely to take away
Who Have Enrolled the monotony of a continuous repe-
T his ear. tition of the same muscle exercise.!
Ths Year.i One of the most difficult ques-I
-tions in the treatment of paralyzed-
i- First to enroll in the course of patients is how to secure them a
-!physiotherapy offered in connec- sufficient amount of exercise to
g tion with the Medical school, which prevent them from becoming flab-i
- was introduced this year under the by. Working upon the principle
e direct supervision of Dr. Willis S. that the body is of much less
n, Peck and Miss M. E. Houghton, weight when submerged in water k
e were Miss Hazel Dickinson, and Miss they put their patients m. large
y Margaret Corbin who are carving tanks where they are capable of
out the pioneer road here at the a much wider degree of muscle
a University in this particular study. action.t
a Northwestern has been the only Still another interesting hydro-
h university which has preceded therapy treatment is the use of c
n Michigan in the establishment of, small vats which enclose swift run- v
e a department of Physiotherapy ning water pipes. The tanks can be t
l. under the direct supervision of the set at the proper degree of tem- c
ie medical school. perature to which the patient7
Miss Houghton described it as under treatment should be sub-
"the intelligent use of common mitted, and in soaking some part
s. sense under the direction and diag- of the body in this vat one accom-I
n nosis of the doctor." The students plishes a gentle form of massage
nlearn to apply physical forces to through the motion of the water,It
a procure corrective and healing re- and the play of the bubbles. t
- cults. The department in which the Certificate Offered. I
a work is carried on at the hospital The course must necessarily be c
s has several divisions: the gymna- limited in numbers, and it is be-
n sium where corrective exercises are lieved that the department will not
e given, the room where direct light exceed five in the coming year.2
r and heat treatments are given, and The course is so constituted that
m the room in which the hydrother- it will produce students, it is hoped,
e apy treatments are administered. who will be well-fitted to meet the1
Exercises Are Varied. growing demands for this particu-
In connection with the gymna- lar type of work in the medical
d sium work a course of physical field. Contrary to the usual short
d education is of inestimable value courses which have been offered in
t. for background. Patients here are a hasty survey of the work, the
e ncouraged to use all of the ordin- University offers a twelve month
a ary gymnasium appartus with mod- course, demanding as prerequisite
r ified forms of exercise. Beside these either a course in physical educa-
more ordinary forms of exercise, tion or nursing.
.a there are those which are accom- Beginning in. June the course
y plished through the use of toys. runs throughout the summer ses-
Ln No psychological use of the play- sion in conjunction with the medi-
.e spirit lies behind these implements. cal school course in dissection.
in -_--
a
t Holiday Special on
a,
idWomens Cloth ArtiCs

LOCAL GRADUATES
rtramur al GO EASTTO WORK
N E S The east seems to have a great
attraction for therecent Michigan
graduates who have lived in Ann
Arbor. The majority of them have
gone to New York to find their
Schedule of Games Today. work. Among them are Lois Tilley,
Mary White, and Ruth Wagner and
4 o'clock: League 5 vs. League 8; Mary Christy. Lois Tilley special-
Mosher 2 vs. Jordan 2 ized in Social Service while here
5 o'clock: Delta Zeta vs. Sigma and now does charity work for
Kappa. Grace Church. She lives in the
settlements and deals with foreign-
Results of Wednesday's Games. i ers. She does not, however, find it
se sy G s necessary to know any foreign
(t;; Omega 21, Pi Beta Phi 14. Ilanguage.
Tir Chi meg 1 mega plyed an e IMary White is studying medicine
Tei Chi Omegas played an ex- fgat Columbia and Ruth Wagner is
ellengrm taking a hard fought doing cataloging work in the lib-
ictory from the Pi Phis. Both rary of the Hispanic Museum. Mary
eams were ia condition after weeks Christy did not graduate from the
f practice and were well matched. University, but she attended for a
There were few fouls called. while. She is now attending Macy's
Business School for the purpose of
Alpha Chi Omega 15, Gamma Phi becoming a buyer.
Beta 11. Virginia Warthin is working for
There were no worked out forma- the American Geographic in New
ion plays in this game and though York and Mary Baird is teaching in
both teams worked hard the play- a Pre School in Boston. The Pre
rg was bunched. Neither team was School is a practice school for
rganized. children under school age.

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Alpha Epsilon Phi Defaults to
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Kappa Kappa Gamma 13, Adelia
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How's the Christmas Shopping? The snow helps doesn't
it . .. and the bells ringing in the streets coaxing the pots
to boil for dinners for the poor . . . and if you think we
aren't keeping a little pot boiling for you . . . then your're
mistaken . . . a couple of frozen toes are nothing compared
to the great urge of finding things for you to buy . . .
better not miss a single valuable item in our Pre-Holiday
Sale.
Coat Values
extraordinary
Fine fur trimmings and very low prices are two important
features. 4 splendid groups.

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FINE IMPORTED KID
GLOVES
$198
A pair of these chic tailored
Slip-ons, or novelty cuffed
styles makes a fitting gift for
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the suggestion of exchanging presents.
A Christmas gift carries more than

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FELT HATS SPECIAL
Thursday Only
We are closing out a limited number
of fine felt hats-all the better colors
in both small and large head sizes
are here. Come in and see these-
you'l go home with a new hat.
$200

Accessories,
Have a Clearance

merely good wishes
kindest of regards

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she'd adore, of Calfskin, Suede
and Crepe! With carved trims.
BEAUTIFUL GIFT
$1.98
Why not one of the new As-
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hand painted designs? Or an
exquisite Chiffon scarf!
NOVELTY GIFT
JEWELRY
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HANDBAGS

Colored wool and lisle
SPORTS HOSE

favors and since this is the only oppor-
tune time to do such, your early atten-
tion to your gift list will save you much
worry and delay.

$2.95, $4.95
Square and Oblon
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KID GLOVES
$5.95 values
$3.95
$3.95 values

Small sizes
$3.95, $2.95 values
95c
$1.95 values
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