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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1930

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DELEGATES DISCUSS
GREETS
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CONFERENCE TODAY '~

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SSOPRANO
NEW YORK

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Michigan Members Will F
Preliminary Meeting at
Lane Hall.

Hiold

REPORTS TO BE GIVENj
Preliminary to the Faculty-Stud-
ent conference being held in De-
troit, Dec. 27-31, the Michigan dele-
gation, consisting of three women-
students, three men -students, and
four faculty members, is meeting
today in Lane hall to discuss the
questions to be considered at the!
Conference. Although no one from
this University will give papers inE
Detroit, each delegate is present-I
ing a report on one of the topics
to be dealt with.I
Albertina Maslen, '31, To Speak.
Albertina Maslin, '31, is to giveI
a summary of "Social Attitudes andI
Responsibilities" as this question is
answered on the Michigan campus.
She will take up the consideration
of the techniques in bringing about
desired social changes as applied
to faculty and student in their own
relations and in their mutual

UIILL IIJLIIINI---,tramura
yJ yr W me o me S cot- -
j Appoin trnenlz! > t Theatf' r iiu icoa1ching sctAffand
Jan. 8, , aids : of the physical Educa-
_ tip idKrtmer~t extend to all par-
Members of the toe-dancing el^.s 'tic p 't in Intramural tourna-
who have been called back, for see mts best wishes for a Merry
ond tryouts, which will take plaC rsmsadascesu e
Jan. 8, 9, and 10, will rehearse Crsmsad ascesu e
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Y ear.
afternoons, Jan. 5, 6, and 7.
Appointments for second tryouts I ntramural basketball teams that
will be made in the same manner were not able to play their sched-
as for first tryouts, and at the Wdgmsti atwe ilb
same t ine as well. They may be ldgm thspsee ilb
from 9 to 12 o'clock and from 1 given an opportunity to play them
to 4 o'clock Monday, Tvasday, Wed- the :second week after the vacation.
nesday, and Thursday, Jan. 5, 6, 7, It will be necessary for each team
and <, at a table in Univers-ty hall. to play more than one game that
!All juniors who are on the tfi- weck in order to l~eep the tourna-
va rsity of Michigan cam 10sTer 1tae LbC ent schedule.
first time have been notified thatI
they must petition their eligibility
before making their tryout appoint- A4 the teams scheduled to play
r ntx;.! tournament games yesterday af-
Certifleates of health from Dr. [erneon were not prepared, p~ractice
Margaret Bell also are to be pre- gg,-mes were runI off- instead. Delta
sented at appointments, but every-I Zeta played a pracietice game with
one is to do this, and not only new Si7.ma, au los'ing17 to 0. The11 suet.Iar nonheDlaZa.em

aarnse nd FPl.dres a a ih.Ter IT1TfI
i atDinners and &r-ies4 "13t 1 9T 111- h sy-~ ~ I I~fhII
H eld at Sororifcs, 01yw elosc t nme
guc~~ ~erePro. WldoAI~ottandi~ca ~pa oors Initiates
(-i IsInas parties lhevc 1 ln eld !lf Ms btPr.Su'noCn- With Christmas Party After
at practically all of the jororities crich adMs igrch rf
on camnpus this week. Ahh*,a Phi ward Fibn;ad M; ar e em.onies.
gave a party last Monday night. banks, Prof. sillrd OsnadMs l
The guests were Mrs. Grace hllis- 1 CionHarr Stan- nItaAn of Beta Kappa
ter, a patroness of the sorority.lj , an organiz, eation of self-sup-
bachrM,.and .,tMntge a-
Mrs. Mary Henderson, Mrs. Minnie rt ,a n? Prof . ChactslKndso'potin g womnent, was followed by a
ieal, Mrs.VV. W. Flore r, Mvrs. Dont- ' thi Christmas p arty in the League
eld Mtiay, Mvrti. Ward Potorson, Miss mpI .dh , Cave, last Saturday evening. At
T er Wllngon ad is Fanes") aron e as L Lmgt theceremonies,c o nd uc t ed in
Loeria Wallg o thadeMsswh Frane aC u-ia .paty1 v a teLounge 2 by the president, Amelia
i' tLu : to dll M ter w o er cautr house which was decorat e vi~c ,'33, the following were
lnxo2 t the party were Mrs. J.t sCt teasokvinh
7. Wals r, Mrs. John S. Worley, touitteaso admittred: Mrs. Rene Talamon, pat-
SMrts. William F. Criefel, and Mrs. 1The Martha Cook- B7 ildng ent r- ro ,2 ; Anne Hill, '32, Dorothy Lan-
T-lerbe'rt H. Bosworth, all of Ann! tained unothe"rs .nd geec t '33, Agnes Bergland, '32, and
1ro.residen t.5 at a 1Cl.. 1 1nAs uradIeciNichol.
j Abo..Pailastnight,. Gus of ho or The Cave was decorated with a
Xlembers Entertain Pledges. twcr t'e governors fMrh oklgtdteadgradsmoi
x~.apa lph Thta avea Uris- Dildng.Mi'>. Fre~deric P. Stevens, of the Christmas spirit, and Santa
1mas party for the active membears t
and te pldgesWednsdaynigh. ~IIxsar y 3Bulkly, and Miss Emily Claus, impersonated by Helen Nie-
Guswere d istributed from the Sargenat.- ' hol., distributed gifts and candy.
Alpha Omicron Pi also gave a !
Chi istmas party on Wednesday l We is YOUa real old time
niYht. r
F& lyi nkrr neti.Gamma Phi Beta gave terI-E R CHRISTMAS
Christmas party for actives and and
-- A HA PPY NEW YEAR
We wish you all a very Merry11
Christmas and3 hope that the
New Year will bring you the I O U
pleasures of true friendships 1iv zS h tiMain street
and of thr achievement in thy:~
! work you havye chosen. ..- . .._ ..._ a .. . _.
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efforts to face questions of racial Mt.it ut G~-Criws nnorgranizedI and showed lack 1
and international relationships the i 'n ill ~-~ Kpa
faiyadthplaa erewee Noted soprano opera singer, way- IVacation Em Cymenyt !had good forma tion plays workedI
classes due to present economic, in-, a greeting to New York when May be Secur~ed Now out.
social and industrial conditions, she returned from a concert tour
Religious Groups is Subject. I of the British Isles.I All women who wion vvork, in Ann Individual tournaments in bowl-
Miss Maslen will also lead the '- --I Arbor during vacation should ref-)- ing and rifle will be continu.ed af-
group discussion on the problem, jQd~ fl sA┬░ h o G opI Ls ter at the secretar y's do , in the ter' vacation. Women who have en-
of "The Place of Religion in Higher a D:ean of Women'sorie according tored the tournal-ents will have
Education," in which she will con-i Initiates New 2i'.cmber s to Mrs. B3yrl Ibacher who is in until January 16th to submnit their
sider the place of religious organ-' charge of employment for women records. In the bowling tourna-
izations on the campus, what is Black Quill, honorary literary so- students. The office will beyoen mon- t it is necessary to bowl 15
happening across the country in ciety for women, held its initiation during, vacation and lists of pos.- st<ing s. Thle bowlingi alleys are
organizing religious forces and in last night in lounge of the Women's tioris arnd applicants will be on file I ope vvery day from 4 to 6 o'clock
integrating Christian associations, league building. Ten- now members there. andt Tuesday evening from 7 to 9.
religious services, and instruction ------ ____________________ ___
in religion, and whether religion were taken into the organization, --- _-------- - -
should be taught in a separate do- which invites members wvho are
partment or in conjunction with outstanding for their literary work.;
other work. ~The initiates were: E!va Hesling, .~ ~ C L e .
Ruth Vlan Tuyl, '31, is reporting '33; Ilene Jannenga, '31; Evelyn J
on "Social and Organized Life of Labinski, '33; Jean Cowden, '33~
the Campus" in which she will deal 't alee,'3;Lus oa More beautiful hn dcsigan t an ever before.
with the influence of dormitory and backer, '31; Gertrude Cook, '3 led; All linen--not cotton---!handwyork designs.
housing conditions upon standards Arline Dow, '31; Ethel Arehart, '32-
of conduct, of social organizations, Ed; Eleanor Cortilius, '31.__ x_
of student unions, recreational Refreshments were served at the
facilities, college papers, co-opler- informal reception following the
ative enterprises of groups of or- initiation. .
ganized men and women. Ut a
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IA new Hat or
Scarf might make s y
Christmas t im e 1~ .
more enjoyable.

The always appv ciated gif for evecry wo an,
Worn by millions of apprecialzivc women.
$1.50 and $i 9
Every woman appreciates a Negligee.
here in smart new Paris des gIs.
The.
118 Main Street
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Christmas
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A chance at last to have as many hats as you like-
and not cheap hats-for these arc real ly good felts,

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