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ER 17, 1931 THE MICHIGAN DA r.U' Y
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OUTflOR PROCRAM
WILL BE RESUMED
AFTER NEW' YEARS
First Janyuary Party to Feature,
Activities of Outdoor
Cooking Club.
RAMBLERS PLAN HIKE
January Schedule to Terminate
With Skiing and Skating
Event.

Martha Cook Gives
Christmas Program C
and Party Tonightl
This evening at 10:30 o'clock the
residents of Martha Cook are hold-
ing their Christmas party. Thej
general chairman in charge of ar-
rangements is Mildred Lasser, '32,
and Edna MacKenzie, '32, is chair-
man of music.a

Varsity Team to Meet Universi-
ties Soon in Discussion of
India and War Debts.
Gladys Baker, '33, and Alice
Schleh, '32, will receive the two
nn.Ci}']nvo !moll 1in i'!t3 'n~I~~iC u r

..So c e y No tes...

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Alpha Chi Omega.,
Alpha Chi Omega entertained
Miss Winifred Ferrin at dinner last
Monday evening. Miss Ferrin, who
is now residing in Missouri, was
former house mother of the chap-
ter. A rushing dinner was held
Tuesday evening in honor of four
guests.yRed tapers and roses were
used in the decorations. This eve-
ning, a formal dinner and Christ-
mas party will be given for the
chapter members.
Alpha Delta Pi.,

tive members. Dean and Mrs. Wil-
bur R. Humphreys, Professor and
Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Professor and
Mrs. Roderick McKenzie, and Miss
Marjorie Wilker were honored at
dinner cn Wednesday evening.
Collegiate $orosis.

Outdoor activities will resume im-
mediately after vacation, according
to Glendora Gosling, '33, outdoor
manager of the Women's Athletic
Association.
Four parties will be given in Jan-
uary. This is the first month that
the outdoor program has been com-
plete. Jan. 9 the outdoor cooking
club under Marjorie Elsworth, '32,
will meet. Women will meet at 2
o'clock Saturday at the Palmer
Field house and will hike out to a
suitable location. Recipes will be
collected and a fire built. Further
plans will be announced later.
To Have Skating.
A skating party will be held Jan.
16 as the second club function.
Martha Boehmer, '32, will lead the
group. In case that the weather is
not suitable the date of the party
will be changed.
The Rambler's club undi. Eliza-
beth Schull will meet Jan. 2$. This
club has been organized for those
women who are interested in hikes
and in nature pursuits. Last week
Dr. Russell C. Hussey of the geology
department, was the adviser of the
grou.p. -
The three clubs will combine on
Jan. 30 and will give the big out-
door party of the month. If there
is snow a skiing and skating party
will be held. Miss Mary Stewart, in-
structor in physical education is
faculty adviser for the outdoor pro-
gram.
Plan Cabin.
Tuesday night 'the cabin commit-
tee of the Women's Athletic Asso-
ciation met for org nization. A
definite program for the building
of the cabin and the method to be
used for financing it will be an-
nounced later. The committee is
Miss Gosling who has charge of es-
timates and prices, Catherine Rent-
schler, '33Ed, who has charge of
location, Dorothy Elsworth, '32,
president of W. A. A.. and Miss
Stewart, adviser. The committee is
busy at present writing to other
colleges aId getting information on
the type of cabins they have.
Whether or not it will be a social
project or a money making project
will be decided later. '
POETRY IS THEME
OF A.A.U.W. TALK
Dr. Gerald Sanders Speaks on
'Modern Poetry' at Meeting.

First on the program is the song pos1iio Upen on one women's vda -
"The Snow" by Edward Elgar, ar- sity debate teams for the present
ranged for quartet. The women tak- season, Mr. Lloyd Riley, coach, an-
ing part in this are Beth Chandler, nounced yesterday.
'32, Edna Mackenzie, '32, Jane Tre- ,Michigan opposes two universi-,
dinnick, '33, and Lenore Caro, '32.
The accompanist will be Helen ties in varsity debates this year. An
Bentley, '32, and Genevieve Griffey, affirmative team composed of Alice
'32, will play the violin obbligato. Echleh, '32, Maxine Gilmore, '33,
A play "Neighbors" by Zona Gale and Dorothy Davis, '33, will meet
will next be given. It was produced women 'representing Northwestern
under the direction of Ruth Morni-I;
;on, '32. The women taking part in university in a debate here. The
this production are Edith Carlin, negative team on which are: Jean
'33, Olive Randall, '33, Marjorie Hagaman, '33, Gladys Baker, '33,
Johnston, '33, Edna Miller, '33, Mil- and Dorothy Daniels, '32, will go
dred Cresswell, '33, Jean Crawford, to Bloomington, Indiana to debate
'33, Helen Campbell, '33, and Beth with Indiana university. '
Chandler, '32. Whether India shall be given
The chorus composed of Rosetta complete independence from Great
Himler; ,'32, Mildred Lasser, '32, Britian is the question being dis-
Fumi Oi, '32, Marion Quarton, '32, cussed among these universities.
Lucile Swain, '32, Charlotte Anne The debate with Northwestern uni-
Thompson, '32, Alice vanden Boo- versity which is to be held on Feb.
gert, '32, Kathryn Van Zoeren, '32, 18, is the only one to be discussed
Marion Vaughn, '32, Mary Alice in Ann Arbor in which the Indian
Thoms, '32, and Beth Chandler, '32,1 question will be used.
accompanist will sing some French A debate with Cincinnati univer-
and German Christmas carols. The sity .will be held in Ann Arbor on
carols which will be sung are "Can- Feb. 16 but it will be on the ques-
tique de Noel," "Il est ne le divin tion of the cancellation of war
Enfant," "Stille Nacht, Heilige debts. Mr. Riley announced that
Nacht" with violin accompaniement Helen Haapamaki, '32, Alice Gil-
by Genevieve Griffey, '32, and "O bert, '33, and one other to be chosen
Tannenbaum 'O Tannenbaum." from the squad later would parti-
A tap novelty will follow next. cipate in this discussion.
Annabelle Larges, '32, will do a solo
part of the number and then she WOMEN TO HOLD
will be assisted by a chorus com-
posed of Dorothy Abbit4, '33, Olive BRIDGE LUNCHEON
Randall, '33, Leonore Caro, '32,C
Katharine Wright, '33, and Roaslie Alumnae to Entertain Michigan
McKinney, '33, will play the ac- Students at Function
companiement. Suet tFnto
The final part of the program in Washington.
wil consist of a personal appear-
ance of Santa Claus and his assist- Alumnae of the University of
ants as portrayed by Dorothy Peck, Michigan residing in the District of
'32, Audrey Pray, '32, and Marjorie Columbia are holding a luncheon
Smith, '32. on Monday, December 28th, at the
Friday morning at 6 o'clock the Shorelam Hotel in Washington at
traditional Christmas breakfast will one o'clock. Any women students'
be held by the residents of Martha who may be visiting in Washington
Cook. The t general chairman of at that time are cordially invited.
the breakfast is Mabel McCut- Women desiring to attend are ask-
cheon, '32, and Jeanne Whitmnan, ed to notify Mrs. George W. Lips-
'33, is chorister, comnb, 1701 Holly St. Washington,
The guests of honor for the D. C. before December 24th.. t,
breakfast irnclude Mrs. Frederick B. Bridge tables will be set up after
Stevens of Detroit, Miss Emilie Sar- the luncheon for those wishing to
gent of Detroit, and Mrs. Harry C. play. The price of the function is
Bulkley of Detroit, all of the Board $1.00. An entertaining program has
of Governors;I been arranged for the affair.

Alpha Delta Pi wishes to an-
nounce the initiation of the ,follow-
ing women; Miss Lenore Kingston,
'32, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Miss Er-
ma Ranmtamaa, '35, Ishpeming,
Michigan; Miss Mary Rose Cronin,
'31, Buffalo, New York.
The chapl ;r gave a Christmas
party Wednesday evening. The De-
troit City Club and alumnae mem-
bers and several of the patrons
and patronesses were present; Pro-
fessor and Mrs. Shepard, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Dia-

Collegiate Sorosis entertained its
I active members and pledges with a
Christmas party Wednesday night.
Delta Gamma.
The active members and pledgesl
of Delta Gamma held their annual
Christmas party Tuesday night.
Delta Zeta.
Delta Zeta wishes to announce
that Professor and Mrs. Webster H.
Maurer have become patron and
patroness to the sorority. Forty
guests, including patronesses and
alumnae, besides the members at-
tended a Christmas party held
Tuesday night.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta held a Christ-
mds party Wednesday night for the
actives and pledges. Miss Fra

were entertained at dinner at the
home of Mrs. C. F. Neal, A poor
family of poor children will receivej
gifts at the annual Christmas party
to be given Thursday by the sor-
ority.
Pi Beta Phi.
A prominent affair of the season
took place Monday evening when
the marriage of Miss Faye C. Tit-
comb to, Mr. Gordon L. Fog, Was
solemnized at the First Presbyter-
ian Church. A number of friends
attended the ceremony at which
Reverend Alfred Lee Klaer officiat-
ed.
The bride. wore a white satin
formal go'n and carried white,
roses. She is a member of Pi Beta
Phi sorority and is enrolled in the
junior class of the school of Edu-
cation. Miss Caroline Hyde, a sor-
ority sister of the bride, acted as
maid of honor. The groom was at-
tended by Harold Hickman.t
Gordon L. Fogg is a graduate of
the University of Virginia and a
member of Theta Delta Chi frater-
nity: He is a junior this year in the
Michigan law school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fogg will leave the
latter part of this week to visita
their homes in Sioux City, Iowa and
Trenton, Missouri, respectively.

Appointments to Be Ma
4, 5, 6; Tryouts to
Jan. 7, 8, 9.
Appointments for tryouts
Junior Girls' Play may 1
from 9 to 12 o'clock and i
4 o'clock #Monday, Tuesd
Wednesday, Jan, 4, 5, 6.
Tryouts will be held froi
o'clock Thur day and Frid
7, 8, and from 9 to 12 o'cl
urday, Jan. 9. Junior wome
plan to have their perf
last no longer than three
Women should check th
bility either this week or
lately after vacation as no
take part in the play u
quirements of eligibility ai
ed. Women should also i
health certificate from, I
garet Bell, paofessor of phy;
cation and physician to tY
service.
The one dollar play c
have to be payed in order i
In case any have not p
should get in touch with
Braun.
Limbering exercises will
from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock
Barbour gymnasium.
-
iasaIus
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mond; Professor and Mrs. Scholl. Loomis of Detroit, was a house
Chi Omega. guest last week-end. Mrs. George
A,. Seybold of Jackson, Michigan, is
Chi Omega wish to announce the being entertained at the chapter
pledging of Irene Bowverman, '33, house this week.
Chicago, Illinois, on Tuesday, De- Kappa Alpha Theta.
comber 15th. Wednesday night, the The patronesses of Kappa Alpha
sorority entertained its patronesses, Theta were honored at a Christmas
alumnae, and mothers of the town dinner Monday night. Those who
members at a Christmas party. attended were Mrs. John Worley,
Delta Delta Delta. Mrs. Fielding Yost, Mrs. C. F. keal,
Delta Delta Delta held a Christ- Mrs. Ida Wheat and Mrs. H. L. Wil-
mas party for the pledges and ac- gus. Tuesday night the pledges

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More than 100 members of the
local chapter of the A. A. U. W. at-
tended a meeting held last Satur-
day in the League building, at
which Dr. Gerald Saunders, head
of the English department of Mich-
igan State Normal college at Ypsi-
lanti, spoke on "Modern Poetry."
Following the lecture, whicnh
stressed the work of Edna St Vin-
cent Millay, Edwin Arlington Rob-
inson, Carl Sandberg, Robert Frost,
and Vachel Lindsay, tea was served.
Christmas decorations in the form
of poinsettas and tall red tapers
were used, and Mrs. Edson Sun-,
derland and Mrs. Mack, Winkler
poured.%
Announcement of programs for
coming meetings was also made at
the business meeting which follow-
ed. At the next meeting, which will
be held on Saturday, Jan. 23, Prof.
Jean Paul Slusser of the school of
architecture will speak on "Modern
Painting."
The Ypsilanti branch 'of the
. A. A. U. W. has invited the Ann Ar-
bor branch to a luncheon-meeting.
which will be held Saturday, Feb.
20, in McKenney hall in Ypsilanti,
At the March meeting, D.,. Ca l
Guthe, director of the University
museum of anthropology, will speak
on "Mayan Archeology." The date
is tentative as yet.

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