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1931

HE MICHIGAN DRILY

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EPRESENT ATIVES
LEAGUE DIR ECT ORS
hU TO HOLDMEETINGI
All Members of League May Be
Present; Will Discuss
Several Questions.
TO HOLD OPEN MEETING
Formal Dinner Dance to Be Held
in Early Spring, Sponsored
by Undergraduates.

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USEKEEPING IN CONGO IS FILLED
WITH EXCIT EMENT,SAYS EXPLORER
Johnson Relates Adventure supplies with us, so of course that,
of Cooking in The makes it hard, but if things are
Congo. well regulated, it works out easily
Congo.enough."
"eIcertainly think that women
se keeping in the Congo may makej ust as good explorers as men,
serious drawbacks, but it and I think it's been proven, too.
up for culinary deficiencies It isn't hard, though, and .really
the excitementof having to any woman could do what I've done
one's food before cooking it. if she only had the chance," she
s. Marti Johnson, whose added graciously modest, and then
ful waved hair and highly disappeared through the door hast-
ed fingernails belied a n y ily to rgceive the plaudits of the
and tumble contacts with audience.

lions or elephants, smoothed the
golds of her lustrous brocade frock
and spoke on household hints ,for
Africa.-
"The chief part of the menu is

Both the board o directors and the meat, of course," she said. "It
the board of representatives of the is usually my job to bag some game,
League will be present at a meeting and of course it's necessary to do
to be held at 4 o'clock, Friday, Feb- it with one shot. The boys always
ruary 8, in the Grand Rapidls room accuse me of picking the toughest
of the League, according to Kath- and scrawniest lions possible, but
erine Koch, '32, president of the of course I really don't," she dimp-
League. All members of the League led fluttering her long, maucaraed
are invited to be present on this lashes.
occasion, when questions of general "And you'd be surprised how
interest will be discussed in addi- well we live, too," she went on, "I
tion to the regular meeting. bake bread for the bdys, and we!
Discussion Planned. even have parker house rolls on oc- I
In the past years, it has been the casior. We have to carry all our(
custom to have two annual open-
meetings for undergraduate mem- LEGAL SORORITY I
bers of the League, but accordingA
to the recent constitutional revi- HONORS ALUMNAE
sions recently effected, only one--
will be held in the future. This Kappa Beta Pi Entertains Guests
year, however, the old rules are still at Founders' DayDinner.
in effect, so that the regulation is __eyr
still in force. The meeting after va-. e
cation will serve the purpose of the Xi chapter of Kappa Beta Pi, na-
first of these meetings, and at the tional legal sorority, entertained in I
time, discussion as to the advisabil- honor of its patronesses at Found-c
ty of a general open meeting with ers' Day dinner held at the Haunt-I
an outside speaker, to be held next ed Tavern, Tuesday night, Dec. 15.r
semester, will be carried on. The patronesses of the chapter are'
The ordinary business of both Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Mrs. Paul A.r
boards will be transacted, and there Leidy, Mrs. John B. Waite, Mrs. Ed-'
will probably be a report from the win D. Dickinson, and Miss Kath-
treasurer, the social chairman of erine C. Murray.I
the League, and others. Instead of Alumnae who returned for theI
a: board of representative's report occasion include Misses Mauriie{
being given, Geraldine Grover, '32, Jones, '30, Mary Francis, '29, Flor-
chairman of the board, will take ence Pollock, '28, Lillian Green, '30,
over the meeting, after which gen- Doris Fenneberg, '30, and Dorothy
eral discussion will ensue. Benz.
rPfan Dinner Dance. The active members of Xi chap-
At the last meeting of the board ter are Charlotte Dunneback, Ruth
of directors, it was decided to White, Helen Willett, Gale Saun-
adopt the suggestion for a formal ders, and Katherine Kempfer;
dinner dance to be spohsored by pledges are Misses Lillian Kovin-
the undergraduafe women, to take sky, Jean Perrin, Dora Polk, and
place in the early spring, in the Mrs. Mary Groefsem .
main ballroom of the League. Pro-
ceeds wgr be turned over to the un -fun-, - -_
dergraduate campaign funid, I

I NTRAMTTRAL,
NTERCLA S8
NEWS
In t h e intramural basketball1
games played yesterday afternoon
Mosher Hall defeated Gamma Phi
Beta 14 to 10. Jane Schneider, '35,
made the most points for Mosher
Hall. Ruth Colby, '34, also played
well. For Gamma Phi Beta Virginia
Murphy, '35, played well. Alpha
Phi defaulted to Chi Omega.
At 5 o'clock Alpha Gamma Delta
defeated Alpha Delta Pi 11 to 4.
Virginia Davidson, '34, and Cather-
ine Rentschler, '34, played well for
Alpha Gaima Delta. For Alpha
Delta Pi Ruth Jacobson, '35, play-
ed well.f
Zeta Tau Alpha also defeated Pi
Beta Phi 10 to 7. This was a fairly
close game but not especially good.
Betty Aberle, '33, and Lelia Hend--
ricks, '33, played well for Zeta Tau!
Alpha. For Pi Beta Phi Doris Gim-
mey, '35, also played well.
A collection of weapons used by
head-hunters of the Philippine
Islands has been given to Beloit,
(Wis.) college.

. .. OC e t y o t e ...
1OPPOSE . o it ts.
Is T i Newberry. Monday night by the members of; Sigma Kap]
The residents of Helen Newberry Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Several alumnae will
of First Home Debate are entertaining at a formal Christ- the pledges. A tree was decorated the Sigma Kappa Chi
This Year. mas dinner this evening. The Board to be given to the poor children. Thursday night. Ther1
of Governors will be present. The During the evening, gifts were ex- Hardwood Rundell; I
In the first home debate of the dining room will be decorated in changed. art; Mrs. Oscar Wilc
season Albion coliege met the Mich- keeping with the Christmas motif. Pi Beta Phi. William Ruten, all f:
igan debaters on the question of After dinner the Christmas play, Pi Beta Phi entertained at a for- and Frances Cope of
the "cancellation of war debts, in- ( "St. George and The Dragon," will mal faculty dinner Tuesday night Kappa Dell
cluding reparations" Tuesday af- be given. The women taking part in honor of Professor Paul Cuncan- Kappa Delta annom
ternoon in the Adelphi room of An- in this play are Ruth Root, '35Ed, non, Professor Burton Thuma and mal initiation Mond,
gell hall. Marjorie Western, '35, Jane Bassett, Mrs. Thuma, Professor Bruce Dpn- Martha McIntosh, '34,
The Albion women presented an '35, Lydia Seymour, '34Ed, Mildred aldson, Professor Thomas Reed and diana; Irene Codding,
unexpected argument. They agreed Decker, '35, Virginia Cluff, '35, Elsa Mrs. Reed, and Professor John L tine, Mich.; Jeanne
that all of the war debts owed to Van Slyke, '35, Ann Russe, '35, Har- Brumm and Mrs. Brumm. Brooklyn, Mich.; Prue
the United States should be can- riette Clark, '34, Frances Chandler Active members and pledges will '34, Marshall, Minn.; a
celled. Their entire case was based '35, Harriet Wojtowics, '35, Janet have their traditional Chistmas Friedrich, '32, Grand
on the contention that reparations Muiner, '35, Mary Berryman, SpecEd, pavt eirTurdaln itaTheta Phi Al
should be paid by Germany to the Margaret Swetnam, '33SM, and pan hrsay nig and a A Christmas party I
Allied- nations as cancellation of Mary Sabin, '35. \ndriday mrfngsve d
this obligation would lead to ill- Gifts will be exchanged after- Fridaymorning. lada Ciembers of Theta Phi
will and increased economic bur- wards. Louise Allen, '33, is in charge Phi Sigma Sigma. day night. The deco
dens for those countries who were of the arrangements for the din- The initiation of Dorothy Icove, in Christmas colors.
forced to reconstruct after the war. ner and Teresa Romani, '33, is in '33, of Cleveland took place Sun- was present and gif
The university women who dis- charge of the play. day morning at the Phi Sigma Sig- sented the little guest
cussed the affirmative side of the Alumnae House. ma chapter house. Theta Phi Alpha w
debate are: Alice Schleh, '32, Helen This evening the residents of Zeta Tau Alpha. nounce the pledging
Haapamaki, '32, and Dorothy Peck, Alumnae House are going to enter- Zeta Tau Alpha anhnounces the Clar14, '33, of Hartfor<
'32. This debate was one of the non- Jtain four little girls at the annual pledging of Ada Roach, '33, Mon-
decision practices which are being Christmas dinner of the dormitory. roe, Mich.; Arlene Crissman, '33, Automobile accideni
held with Michigan colleges. ( Gifts will be given to the children Rochester, Mich. Several children 1r0,000 population in
and a Christmas tree will form the will be entertained by Zeta Tau Al- year were 13.4 as co:
Washington Alumnae ain part of the. decorations for pha. Wednesday, Dec. 16 at a Christ- 3.5 in 1921.
. ouhe affair. mas dinner after which they will
Will Iold Luncheon T mor evening at ten o'clockbe presented with gifts, clothing, Duck feathers in El
there will be a party for the resi- and toys. some use as powder pu
University of Michigan Alumnae 4 dents of the house. The women in charg-of bth-oftheseaffais are- - -----
of Washington, D. C. will hold a charge of both of these affairs are
luncheon at the Shoreham Hotel,'Helen Askren, '35, Margaret Hamb-
at 1 o'clock Monday, Dec. 28. Any Mrn33, Ruth Jacobson, '35, Sri
women students who will be in Markkanen, 35, Reta Morden, '35,
Washington during the Christmas KandFannie Wappa.Gammaet
holidays are invited to attend the , ap ap am.,
function. A Christmas party. was givenf- Girl We Have
Tickets .for the affair will be $1, t
per person. Any one wishing to go Gift
should send for a reservation to SPECIAL
Mrs. George W. Lipscomb, 1701 Hol-
ly St., before Dec. 24. Cards will. be for Wednesday * D '
-played after the luncheon. what to get her,'when

E HYLE M. UDCKENS Latest Fashions for
Winter
Relining Coats and Alterations
Dial 2-1129 for Appointments
620 East Liberty

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NOTICE
The following houses have not
,handed in their signing-out slips:
Aridrus, Asman, Cake, Lundquist,
Benjamin, Alpha Xi Delta, Kap-
pa Kara Gamma. These lists
must be\in the undergraduate
office at the League by 12 o'clock
Friday noon.'
Musicians Frolic
SEE
MABLE CLAIRE GOLD
in
Tap Dancing
Specialties
Presented by
Terrace Garden
Studio
and assisted by
IVAN J. BENSON ORCHESTRA,
GRANGERS
Dec. 17, 9 till 1

RAGGEDY ANN
BEAUTY SHOP
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Guaranteed Permanent Wave .. . .. . $4.00
Shampoo and Finger Wave, Long or
Short Hair $....... ...... . ......... .1.00
Manicure ...:..:.... ........... ...........45c
1115 South University Phone 7561

Distinctive
Imported
CHRISTMAS
GIFTS
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Brighten Your Holiday
Costume With a New,
Little Turban
The one pictured is of soft wopl and may
be had in all the new Spring shades.
at $ '9,

your sweetheart "Some-
thing Different."
The newest thing in hand chased
Chinese copper. Also Chinese
brass, cloisonne, laquer, and em-
broideries.
25' to 50% Off
Heirloom Chinese
Rugs
To enable us to take advantageof
Chinese currency prices now go-
ing up due to England's going on
a silver 'basis and the likelihood
of Japan's doing the same.
at COSSAR'S
331 South Main St. in charge of
Miss Ruth Merrick
And at 928 Church in charge of
Mrs. H. B. Merrick

FOGERTY HAT SHOP
117 East Liberty

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A DOUBLED
FORCE ENABLES
US TO
COMPLETE
ALL
CHRISTMAS
PORTRAITS
TAKEN
THIS WEEK
Give us .fifteen minutes of
your time and you will have
a characteristic portrait that
will make the whole family
happy this Xmas day.
CHRISTMAS
3-5x7, Mounted, only ..
3-4x6,' Mounted, only .
3-8x10 .. . ...

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Haven't You Forgotten Something
IN THE HURRY SCURRY
OF CHRISTMAS SHOPPING?
Just as I thought-
That gown for the holiday
affair-that dress for Mother,
wife or the girl-friend-and
what a gift!

Ask yourself this: "Should my wife go through another yearof leaxingstruggle
without a Hoover?" Didn't you promise yourself thatjust as far as youtwere j

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