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Jokers- Hold Field Day As Gift
Season Arrives At Fraternities,

Tooth-brushes, safety-pins, a n d
even pink elephants were the object
of the general trek of fraternity men
to ten-cent stores this week, when
houses held the usual pre-vacation
parties with their traditional Christ-
mas gifts.
SIGMA NU
Sigmna Nu's pledges tried to display
their dramatic talent Wednesday"
night after the Christmas dinner be-
fore the actives. Small gifts with
short ballads attached were also ex-
changed.
THETA DELTA CII
The customary Christmas party
was held at the' Theta Delta Chi
house Wednesday night with a pledge
play and amusing presents, as the
high notes of the evening.. The tree,
decorated by freshmen, was donated
to Galens.
PHI DELTA THETA'
At the Christmas' dinner last night
at the Phi Delta Theta house gifts
with pointed jingles attached were
distributed among members. After-
wards freshmen presented farcical
play.
ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA
More than 35 boys from Sunday
school classes held in locker rooms
of the Hoover Steel Ball companyl
each week, were entertained at a dinme~ a -
floliday d Part y
For Members
Helen Newberry Residen~ce enter-
tained its board of directors at the
annual Christmias ~dnner Wednesday1
night. Among guests~ present were,
Alice C. Lloyd, dean of women, Mr.
Fr~ederick B. Jordan and M~rs. Jordan,
Miss Clare Sandlers, and Miss Janet
McFarlane.
The traditional Christmras play "t
George and the Dragon' was~ presenxt-
ed as part of the entertainment. Wo-
men taking part in the "play were
Violet Chulock, '36', Dorothy McLaren,
'36, Sue Thomas, '36', Eileen VMMn
us, '36; Mary Gertrude Pearsall, '34,1
and Margaret Cutler, '36.
Helen Travis, '33., assisted by Joycu
MAacDonald, '34, Sa1ly Place, '34; Mary
Monks, '34, Christine Bradshaw, '34,
Elsa~ Van Slyki , '35, Josephine Mye.-!
Lean, '36, Annie MacInityre, '34, and
A. Katherine Davis, '34, will also, tape

ner by Alpha Kappa Lambda frater-
nity Thursday night.
Harry Grahm, '33, who has been
working with this group of boys, has
done much to help them. and hasf
taken charge of the party.
SIGMA PIll
S igmra Phi w as the ,cene of ga~y
Christm as activities last night when
mecrubers exchanaged presents and the
pledges gave a humorous play.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
The usual Christmas party took,
place at the Phi Kappa Sigma house,
fast night. Much amusement was
aroused by the freshman play and
small presents distributed among
memabers.
DELTA .KAPPA EPSILONi
Fifteen needy boys, ranging from
10 to 14. years old, were guests 'of Del-1
ta Kappa Epsil6n at a Christmas dais-
neir last night when they received
presents from various members.
PH'! SLIMA'KAPPAI
Phi. Sigma Kappa held a Christ-
mas party last night at which mean-
beirs exchanged small. presents with'
humorous verses attached.
ACACIA
Acacia entertained the following
chapter alumnae Wednesday night at
their annual Christmas party: Robert
Morris, Robert Granville, Marland
Small, Russell Pryce, Lewis Chris-
man, John Lindenschmidt, and Rob-I
ert Campbell. Gifts with humorous
poems attached were distributed from
a gift bag.
'ALPHA DELTA PHI
Alpha Delta Phi pledges entertain-
ed actives with humorous play after┬░
the traditional. Christmas .dinner last
night.
PHE1I IKAPPA
Merriment -ran high at Phi Kappa
fraternity last night when pledges
' &nonstrated nusual 'talent in theirj
annual play. The, Christmas tree and
am~uslflg-presents which members had
excanged' were taken to a hospital
for crippled~children.
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IA Christmas dinner followed by a
hilarious play puat on by pledges werer
highnotes of Sigma Chti's social cal-s
endar this week.
CQPELANIJ TO, ATTEND
MEETING
Prof. Morris A,. Copeland of the,
economics department will read a,
paper at -the annual meetings of the!
iAmerican TEconomics Association,
I which will .convene Dec. 27-30 in Cin--
cinanati, it was learned yesterday.

Enterteiinn
At Open House
Great Success
Miss McCormick lS s e
Attend Affair
After the successful innovation. of
League Openi-House last night, Ethel
A. McCormick, w omen's social direc-
tor issued: a signed statement invit-
ing her. guests back' to the League..
"The Michigan League wishes to
tell those guests who attended its
open-house last night, that it was a
real pleasure to welcome them to the.
League. Even the work preparatory
to their coming was filled with the;
fun. of anticipating their good time.
Into, every Christmas wreath that
was. hung went something of' our
good will towards them.
The game. room that gave you so.
much fun, the extra piano that had
to be moved at the last moment so
that your entertainment would be
complete, was an added pleasure.
;Mr. Windt and Play Production
very graciously c o-operated with the
League in order to make the evening
a success.
This, in a, very small measure, in-
Idicates our feeling of welcome to you)
and is. an invitation to come to the
League at any time and enjoy its

According to thie Univesity rul-
ing, all sorority houses and dormi-
tories mnust be closed. over the
Christmas holidays. If for any
reason members of a house desire
to keep it open over the vacation
';eal permission may be ob-
taimed frorni the Deani of Women':;
office. As yet, however, no house
has applied for such permission.
For women not going home ove r
they holidays, the League is of fer-
,n ,- alrates.
Sorority To Give Dal-ue;
Faculty, Receptioni Held
A formal dance will be given by
the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority Dec. 1.7
at the Detroit Yacht Club. Nineteen
couples are expected to attend. The
chaperones will be Dr. Lee V. DeWitt
and Mrs. DeWitt, Detroit, and Mr.
James G. Pinson and Mrs. Pinson.
A faculty reception was held by
Kappa Delta sorority recently. The,
sorority also honored the patronesses
at a Christmas party Wednesday
night. The gifts from this party were
later sent to- the Children's Hospital.
Washington, D. C., Prof. Willard C.
Olson is planning to attend a meet-
ing of the American Association for
the Advancement of. Science in At-
lantic City.

Iu r'sley, Conger,
lliglst, Lyons To
Spo ser Danees
!Christmas vacation for Ann Ar-
bor students is to be enlivened by two
subscription balls.
Eilbert. E. Bursley, '34, has charge
of the second aninual Holiday Hop
to be held Dec. 26 in the League ball-
room. Max Gail's orchestra is to play
at this function and dancing will be
from 9:30 to 2:00.
Beach Conger, Jr., '32. James In-
glis, '33, and Richard Lyons, '35m,
are the sponsors of a party, to be held
in the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity
house New Year's Eve.
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various= departmenits during the va-
cation. Prof. Roderick, D. McKenzie
is leaving Dec. 27 to attend. the
American Sociological Society in
Cincinnati. Professors. Cooper Lang-
ford and Andrew 'Uchenko will. at-
tenld a meeting of the American Phil-
osophical Association at Bryn, Mawr.
Professors 'William H. Hobbs and
Dean .B McLaughlina will- be in. At.-
lantic City, at the American Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Science.
etngProfessor Hobbs will also att.end a
meigof the Gologrical Society of
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art, Charles P. Wagner, Camillo Me1-
lino, Charles C. Fr;ies, and Samuel
Moore are attending the Modern
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New Uaven, Conn. Prof. Robert B.
Hall will attend a meeting of the
American Geographical Society in

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