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1931

THE MICHIGAN DATUY

1931 THE MICHIGAN DAIflY

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GENERAL MEETINGSEECH SOCIETY
61fl"'1 METNG POL SINITIATION
nO 6 HI OnFormal Banquet Given Monday1
Honors New Members.,
Athena, women's speech society,
cheld a formal initiation service for.
---- -sixteen new members last night in
To Discuss Plans for 1932 Play the chapel of the League building.3
and Work of Central Following the initiation ceremony
Committee. a formal banquet was given in hon-
or of the new members in one of
TO EXPLAIN ELIdIBILITY the League dining rooms. Guests
at the banquet were the patrons
Tryouts to Be Held Immediately and patronesses, Prof. James O'Neill
After Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd K. Riley.
Holidays, Dorothy Peck, '32, acted as toast-
Hoiamistress and speeches were made
A general meeting for the women by Parrish Riker, '33, Louise Cran-
dall, 34, Dorothy Daniels, '32, and
of the junior class will be held at Professor O'Neill. I
4:15 o'clock today in the Lydia The women who w re initiated
Mendelssohn theatre in the League are: Elinor Blum, '3, Margaret
building. Phalan, '35, Muriel Levy, '35, Goldia
The purpose of the meeting is to Lightfoot, '33Ed, Sylvia Miller, '33,1
Carol Hart grad., Margaret Jondro,
discuss plans for the 1932 Girls' '33, Maryan Watrous, '33, Ruth
Play and to inform the class what Morrison, '32, Gladys Baker, '33,
the Ce tral committee has been Lucille Oldham, '32, Genevieve Grif--
doing. tails of eligibility aid try- fey, '32, Virginia Denne, '35, Par-
obe explained. rish Riker, '33, Norma Brown, '32,
outs will and Anne Russe, '34.
Miss Lloyd 'to Speak,
Jean Botsford, general chairman, i WA HINGTON - (A>) - Mrs. Ed-
will conduct the meeting. Dean ward E. Gann, sister of Vice Presi-
Alice M. Lloyd will speak to the as- dent Curtis, appeared at a recent'
sembly on the traditions of the White House party in a black silk
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ILLM E I[ MET ALBION'
To Decide Appointments to Two
Open Positions on Varsity
Squad.
Albion College will furnish the
first women's debate team to' op-
pose a team from the university on
the question, "Rtesolved, that the
United States should offer to par-
ticipate .in the 'complete cancella-
tioni of inter-govefnmental war
debts, including reparations" at
Ann Arbor during the present sea-
son. The debate will be held this
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Athe-
na room of Angell hall.
This debate is a practice debate
and will probably decide the final
two choices for varsity positions
this year, according to Mr. Floyd K.
Riley, coach. Announcement was
made a week ago that Dorothy
Daniels, '32, Dorothy Davis, '33,1
Jean Hagaman, '33, and Eleanor
Gilmore, '33, would definitely be on
the varsity teams.
The women representing Michi-I
gan this afternoon are: Alice
Schileh, '32, Dorothy Peck, '32, and
' Helen Haapamaki, '32. The ques-
tion which is being used is not
Michigan's varsity question but is
the topic for a number of colleges
in Michigan and in the mid-west-
ern states. To make more debates
possible Michigan is preparing on
both the war debt problem and
that of dominion status for India,
which willbe used in the two var-
sity debates this year.

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NOTICE

All women who are going to
stay in Ann Arbor during the
Christmas holidays are invited
to telephone or call' at the office
of the Dean of Women for as-
sistance in finding rooms.
There are still several oppor-
tunities for vacation work and
Mrs. Byri F. leacher will be glad
to interview any women students
interested.

Gift Auction and Music Program
Feature Mu Phi Epsilon
Gathering.
Gamma (chapter of Mu Phi Ep-
silon, honorary musical sorority,j
was entertained at the 'home of

SORORITY GIVES Mrs. Alfred White, 608 Onondaga
FORMARoad, Saturday evening. The af-
F R A Dfair was in honor of the three new-
Members of Sigma Alpha Iota,! ly elected members who are Gwen-
music sorority entertained their dolyn B. Pike, '33, Ragnhild Moe,
guests at a formal dinner dance SM, and Katherine E. Funkhouser,
Saturday evening in the Union. The '33.
affair was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher and Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Brinkman. About 23 Beal presided at the serving tables.
couples were in attendance. The Gifts which were brought to the
private dining room occupied by affair were auctioned off by Mrs.
the members and their guests was Wassily Besekirsky and Mrs. Ar-
decorated with red roses and white thur Hackett.
chrysanthemums. A musical program was given by
Last evening Lambda Alpha, the some of the actives in the sorority.
Ann Arbor alumnae chapter of Sig- Kathleen C. Murphy, '32SM, play-
ma Alpha Iota, entertained the ac- ed several cello solos. She was ac-
tives of the sorority at a kid party companied on the piano by Virginia
at the home of Mrs. L. L. Reiman, Hamister, SpecSm. Veronica K.
1409 Shadford Road. Jordan, SM, offered some vocal se-

IntramuralsI
Two games were played yester-
day, Dec. 14, in the first of the in-
tramural basketball round robin
series. At 4 o'clock Kappa Delta de-
feated Helen Newberry 13 to 14,_
Dorothy Felsk~e, '32, was the high
pointwoman for Kappa Delta. An-
ning, '35, was the outstanding play-
er. Janet Miner, '35, played well for
Helen Newberry. Delta Gamma de-
faulted to Alpha Chi Omega.
At 5-o'clock Martha Cook defeat-
ed Collegiate Sorosis 20 to 8. Fred-
ericka Waldon, '35, was high point.
manafor Sorosis. Betty Sutherland,
'31, and Judy Quirk, '32, were the
outstanding p 1 a y e r s. Margaret
Smith, '33, made the most goals for
Martha Cook. Catherine Shannon,
'31, also played well. Considering
that it is the first of the season, the
games were quite good.
There will be a meeting of the
class managers and their assist-
ants at 4 o'clock Wednesday, Dec.
16, at Barbour gymnasium. Miss
Laurie Campbell will speak.-
lections and Inez L. Owen, Grad.
accompanied her.

Tentative Plans of Orga
Project to Be O
of Discussion.
Members of the executi
of the Women's Athletic
tion will hold an importa
ing at 7:30 o'clock tonigli
W. A. A. office of the Leag
ing.
At 7 o'clock tonight ther
a meeting of the cabin ce
Glendora Gosling, '33, is i
of the place and location a
erine Rentschler, '34, is i
of estimates and prices. A\
garet Stewart, instructor
cal education, is advisor to
mittee and Dorothy Elsw
president of the W. A. A. i
ber of the committee. Act
will be made by the comn
the chief project of the a
which is to build a logeabi
members;.

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Junr11U s 4Jlays allu w ill K1
information on eligibility. Emily
Bates, '32, general chairman of the
play last year, will tell some of the
problems which are encountered in
the production. Dr. Margaret Bell,
director of physical education for
women and professor of physical
education, will also be on the pro-
gram. Since the director, Miss Har-
riet Brasier will not be at the meet-
ing, a letter from her giving sug-
gestions and advice to the tryouts
will be read.
To Hold Tryouts.j
Tryouts will be held Jan. 7, 8, 9. 1
On Thursday and Friday they will,
1be held from 3 to 6 o'clock and on
Saturday from 9 to 12 o'clock in the
morning. The type of performance
which the tryouts will give will be
explained by one of the speakers.
Appointments for tryouts will be
held Jan. 4, 5, 6, in University hall.
All junior women are eligible for
the play if they have a C average
and no E for last semester. All sec-
ond semester sophomores and sec-
ond semester juniors are eligible if
they have not participated in last
year's play.
Limbering exircises in prepara-
tion for tryouts will be held for the
last time this week. A class will,
meet today from 3:15 to 4:15 o'clock
and Thursday from 4:30 to 5;30
o'clock. Margaret ,Smith and Mar-
g a r e t Schermack, i chairmen of
dancing are in charge.
Since tryouts are immediately af-
ter Christmas it is important. that
all women interested in, the play
attend the meeting.[

lace dress with small black hat or-
namented with an ostrich tip. She
wore a sable fur neck piece.
Mis, Martha Harford Eddy is the
fifth generation of her family to
attend Denison University of Gran-
ville, 0.

There are just nine shopping days left u
Christmas and it is time to be thinking al
your Christmas presents. Slater's offers
easy solution to all gift problems-here you
find articles suitable as gifts for the wi
family.

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ALLC HATS REDUCED

*McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street

WRITING PAPER
Either boxed or in elaborate
portfolios for travel purposes,
it is a gift that runs into the
lowest price ranges. Writing
Paper 50c and up. Writing
Sets
$2.00 up p

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'OILPERMANENTS
Holiday Special! ,Rgular $6.00
Wave every Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday.

GLADSTONE BAGS

Shampoo and Marcel
$1.00
Manicure ... . 50c

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COLLtGE
BEAUTY
SHOPPE

or $ n No Extra
With Charge for
Service Long Hair
Don't compare this wave with other
cheap waves, With this wave your hair
is gently steamed, leaving it soft and
natural looking with beautiful ringlet
ends, easily taken care of.

Someti ng suitable for anyone and at
the same time most usefui. Many sizes
and shades-

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$12.50

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GIFTS OF LEATHER
Including, hook covers, brief cases, ta
covers and many others, are pract
gifts which will give service for a t
time-

300 SOUTH STATE STREET-PHONE 22813-OPEN EVENINGS

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GIFT

SHOP

GIFTS

PLAYING CARDS
Combination sets of bridge
score pads and playing cards
are always welcomed by bridge
enthusiasts.

These are obtainable in a va-
riety of styles, materials, and
prices. Such a set is almost in-
dispensable to the modern
business man or woman.

DESK SETS

ACT
AIF

on the Mezzanine

at Goodyear's

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Aft
Copper and brass and Pewter piecc.-
50 cents-$7.50 'n print triays, $1 Lamp, $2.50
We've Searched the World For Gifts!
W aste 3Paper
baskets, 50 cents Book Covers, $L Stationery 50c to $1.25 a box
Whatever You Want is Here! Knick Knacks
Ash trays, Console Sets Pewter Wooden placque
50 cents to $5 $1.95-43.95 $1-$4.95 $1 pair

ORNAMENTAL

Fancy ink wells, b6ok ends, and
other decorative objects are always
found in abundance in a well fur-
nished home. Book ends
$2.00 up

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Combination pen and pencil sets or
just a pen or pencil is a gift suit-
able for man or woman.
Sets $5.00 and up a

PENS-PENCILS

Michigan Plaques. . .$3.50 ea
Diaries ... ......... .50c,"-
Leather Book Covers $2.00 "-,
Brief Cases..........$4.00Up
Typewriters
All makes . ..,..$22.50 "'
Michigan Memory
Books ...........$4.00 up
Photo Albums ...... $1.00 "P
M. Book Racks .....$2.00 up

Michigan Felt

.60c tip

Mchigan Blankets . . $6.95
Desk Lamps .. ..7.. . $1.25u
Date Books .,.....75cuP

Art Waste Baskets
Christmas Cards and
Wrappings.

Special

Display of Gifts at

$1.00 each.

In addition there are any number of other articles which you should see.

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