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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

w Club Ball

Decorated In

Holiday Spirit

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More Than 200 Couples
Attend; George Knowles
Chairman Of Dance
The Law Club's annual Christmas
dance last night was a scene in which
colorful decorations made a fitting
background for the more than 200
couples who were present. Brilliantly
lighted Christmas trees, and huge
vari-colored stars that were sus-
pended from the ceiling that flashed
on and off, were the only lighting
effects. The lawyers even managed
to simulate moonlight in one room
where a crescent moon beamed down
from, oddly enough, where the cen-
tral lighting fixture used to be.
George Knowles, general chairman,
escorted Margaret Keal. Miss Keal
wore a gown of pale blue crepe that
was unusually trimmed with two large
bows of the crepe, one that hung to
the floor.
Other committee members and
their guests were: Charles Miltner,
who escorted Mary Valvin, Ben Osuna
with Katherine Jackson, Robert Kelb,
who had as his guest Louise French,
and Irving Frank who came with
Elaine Schlesinger. Other members
were John Damm and Henry McGur-
ren.
Alice Sunderland was the guest of
Willard Avery, club president and
Margaret Hayes, Detroit, came with
Frank Cooper, senior class president.
Chaperons for the affair were Prof.
and Mrs. John B. Waite, Prof. and
Mrs. Burke Shartell, Prof. and Mrs.
Hobart R. Coffey, Prof. and Mrs.
Lewis M. Simes, Miss Inez Bozorth,-
and Prof. John Tracey.
Late permission until 2 a. m. was
granted women attending the dance.
Music was provided by Buddy Fields
orchestra.
Two Win Firsts In
Faculty-O.R.C Meett
Marion V. Denny, assistant in theE
minerology department, and A. F.I
Sherzer, professor of mechanical en-
gineering, won first prizes in the rifleI
and pistol divisions respectively oft
the joint faculty-O.R.C. rifle shoot
held Thursday in the R.O.T.C. range.r
Fifteen participated in the contest,E
and competed for high scores in bothI
rifle and pistol d i v i s i o n s. Rifle
rounds were fired from prone, kneel-3
ing, sitting, and standing positions,r
and in addition to the scores made onr
these targets, the contestants wereI
allowed five shots at Christmas treeI
ornaments.

Fea4ions Newest Designs Featuring Black

Art Exchange
Will Sell New
Holiday Cards
Pencil Sketches, Linoleum
Cuts, Silhouette C a r s
On Display At League
Christmas cards on sale at the Stu-
ent Art Exchange will be available
until Christmas time, according to
Miss Dorothy White, manager of the
exchange. Pencil sketches, linoleum
cuts, and silhouette cards are on dis-
play together with a few comical car-
toon cards done by Banquier Aubrey,
'30A.
Several new art pieces have been
placed on sale during the past week,
Miss White said. They include a
water color by Alex Dow, '31A, and
some etchings by Jonathan Taylor.
For its part in the League Fair, the
Art Exchange conducted an auction
at 8 p. m; last night which will be re-
peated again tonight. Joseph Noggle,
an auctioneer, sold water colors, wood
cuts, etchings, pen and ink sketches,
linoleum blocks, works in pastel, and
pieces of iron and metal work, all of
which are on display outside of the
-Exchange. The iron work included
flower holders, and candelabras, and
the metal work ash trays, and paper
knives.
The Exchange is featuring Christ-
mas gifts on exhibit now.
Tkets tles Of
Interfratevnity,
Dance To Start

-Associated Press Photo
One of the metallic striped fabrics, so popular this season, is used
in the afternoon dress of black crepe shown at left. The unusual cut
of the back distinguishes the black crepe dinner frock shown at right.
The cluster of skirt flounces is repeated in the shoulder trim.

Fraternity Formal Guest Lists

Numerous Dances
Are Scheduled For
Tonight At Houses
Entertainment is reaching the pre-
holiday peak this week-end, and to-
night nine parties are scheduled. Tri-
gon will hold its pledge formal with
Ken Lundquist's orchestra furnishing
the music. The chaperons are Mr.
and Mrs. William F. Klein; Bruce
Klein, '35E, is in charge.
S The Chi Phi's are also entertaining
with a formal dance under the direc-
tion of O'Neill Dillon, '35. Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth McGill are to chap-
eron.
The chaperons for the Alpha
Gamma Delta dance are Mrs. Sarah
B. Tennaw, Mrs. James D. Bruce,
Mrs. Florence Tousey, Mrs. Edith
Bernard. Ellen Kean, '34, is dance
chairman.
J. L. Eberle, '34, is making the ar-
rangements for a dance to be held at
the Alpha Tau Omega house to-
night. Dean and. Mrs. Wilber R.
Humphreys will be there.
A formal dance will be given at
Kappa Delta Rho with Harley New-
comb, '35E, in charge. Prof. and Mrs.
Walter Lay will chaperon.
Dean and Mrs. Carl R. Huber and
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Huber will at-
tend the dance at Phi Rho Sigma.
Ed Toeinman is chairman.
Sigma Kappa is entertaining to-'
night with a formal dance, for which
Cecily Sellars, '35, is making the ar-
rangements. Mrs. J. M. Holt is chap-
eroning.
Norman Allstin, '34D, is dance
chairman for the formal at Xi Psi
Phi. -Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Holt,
Saginaw, are to chaperon.
Theta Xis are planning a supper
dance for Sunday night. Tor Nord-
enson, '36E, is in charge.
Wil HonorM.Phi
psilon At Musical
. I
The Gamma chapter of Mu Phi
Epsilon, national honorary musical
society, will be entertained tonight at
a formal musicale at the home of
Mrs. David Mattern. Guests will in-
elude members of the Ann Arbor
Alumnae Club and patronesses, as
well as members of the active chap-
ter.
The house decorations and enter-
tainment will be in keeping with the
holiday season. Miss Ruth Pfohl is in
charge of the program and assisting
her are the Misses Louise Nelson,
Mildred Weber, Ragnhild Moe, Mar-
garet Kimball, Veda Patten, Virginia
Ward, Margaret Swetnam, and Kath-
arine Funkhouser.
Outdoor Club Sponsors
Hike To Country Club
The U. of M. Outdoor Club is spon-
soring supper-hike today at the
Highland Lake Country Club. The
group attending will meet at the
Michigan League at 1:30 p. m. and
will return before 9:30 p. m.' Dinner
and transportation will cost approxi-
mately $.40. Those students planning
to go are requested to give their names
to Miss Ethel McCormick, social
director of the League.
Will Hold Skating Party
The Outdoor Club will hold a skat-
ing party from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Coliseum. Special rates
will be given to members.

"Go-With-ers," or accessories in
every day language, are the most
acceptable of gifts for any human,
whatever the gender or age. The
window displays of the Arcade
Jewelry Shop, prove Gad-About's
statement. For Him, or for father
or brother, there are military
brushes, handsome in their jet
simplicity. For Her, for mother,
or for the sub-deb sister, we'd
recommend glittering hair clips,.
or earrings. If the forlorn male
is troubled at this season, may we
say that compacts never go wrong,
and come, incidentally, in all
prices.
This afternoon and evening are
the last chances this year you'll
have to swagger in a stunning
gown on the Ann Arbor campus.
The Elizabeth Dillon Shop carries
frocks that will aid the sophomore
taxi dancers infinitely in getting
their "nickel a dance," and per-
haps you forget your aching feet.
We love one petite model shown,
of green crepe, sleek-fitting, with
velvet trim, and a velvet ruffled
muff. Or, if the smart sophisticate
appeals to you, there are many
sequin trimmed numbers.
Yes, dear sophomores, you'll pull
through one more day of this cab-
aret business with all its fun, but
hcw do your curls look after yes-
terday's wear and tear? We won-
der. But if you call up Rudolph's
Beauty Shop, immediately if no
sooner, you can get a smart fin-
ger wave and shampoo for all of
fifty cents. The shampoos really
justify the name, and the finger
waves flatter your inate charm.
There will still be time too,; to
have a permanent before you go
home to surprise all the old high
school loves with your age, wis-
dom, and beauty.

The
GiqD- BOUT.

Gone forever are the notions
that make-up is a secret for the
boudoir, and with it the timidity
of the male in giving cosmetic
gifts. Take for example the ever-
so-useful, and so very smart cream
and lotion ensembles put out by
the leading companies, and car-
ried by the Quarry Inc. Or, if the
actual facts are not to be faced,
there are the most ingenious of
atomizers, and compacts. T h e
atomizers may of course be filled
with Verfume, if you ascertain her
favorite odeur first. For mothers
the same gifts hold good, all wo-
men being alike.
With its increasing popularity
as the smartest of Sunday night
supper hangouts, there'll soon be
a waiting line at the Tavern, that
spot selected by campus celebri-
ties, men and women. The quaint
early American atmosphere cer-
tainly agrees with student purses,
for the prices are by far the low-
est on campus and the food ap-
peals to even the co-ed appetite.
Tonight's menu includes roast tur-
key, and beef tenderloin, just for
instance! If you're lucky enough
to get in, we'll be a-seein' you
there!f
* * *
Knowing how anxious social
managers of ye fraternities and
ye sororities areto . get new
thoughts for your Christmas par-
ties, Gad-About asked the advice
of the Caramel Crisp Shop. For
novelty it seems one house has
ordered old-fashioned pop corn
balls, made with luscious syrup.
And again there's nothing can
quite equal caramel apples in pro-
ducing that Yuletide spirit. As
We've mentioned before, fitting
Christmas gifts are the daintily
decorated boxes of your favorite
whipped cream fudge, in all the
smoothly blended flavors.

Given; Severa

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Fresh!
Loft

BLACK

WALNUT

KISSES
19c Ib.
Cocoan
Bon Bons, 1. . 29c
and %2-lb. Cocoanut Kisses Free

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Fraternities and sororities are en-
tertaining this week-end with din-
nens, dances, and house parties.
Alpha Delta Phi
Members of Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity are entertaining a number of
hruse-party guests over the week-
end. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Daugherty,
Detroit, are chaperoning.
Guests include, Jean Henning, '34,
Emily Campbell, '34SM, Nancy New-
ton, '37, Mary Louise Kessberger,
'34Ed., Louise French, '36, Edith Per-
rin, '36, Marie Abbot, '35, Carolyn
Sherman, '37, Betty Vinton, '37, and
Betty Servis, '37.
Out of town guests include: the
Misses Jeanne and Marianne Dela-
marter, Grand Rapids; Barbara Ray-
mond, Lapeer; Sarah Everett, Grand
Rapids; Betty Tant, Detroit; and.
Betty Hodges, Detroit.
Delta Itpsilon
Members of Delta Upsilon frater-
nity entertained at an informal din-
ner Thursday night, honoring Prof.
Leslie White and Prof. H. F. Adams.
Other guests were Thomas Baldwin
and Lloyd Strickland.
Gamma Phi Beta
Guests, this week-end, of Gamma
Phi Beta sorority, will be the Misses
Sally Beagle and Jean Bradwood,
both of Detroit.
Kappa Delta
Kappa Delta had its exchange din-
ner with Alph Xi Delta Thursday
night, at which the members en-
tertained the juniors of the latter,
house. The Kappa Delta sophomores
went to the Alpha Xi Delta house.
Phi Sigma Delta
Guests at the Phi Sigma Delta fra-
ternity formal dance last night in-
cluded: Ruth Weiss, '37, Eva Shnid-
erman, '37, Frances Schoenholz, '37,
Genevieve Field, '35, Bernadine Field,
Where TO Go

lHouses Pledg eThcet sales will begin Monday foi
the Interfraternity Dance to be held
Jan. 5 in the ballroom of the League,
'36, Ruth Harwitz, '36, Selma Gates, with a house-to-house canvass of fra-
'37, Adele Feigenbaum, '37, Mildred i ternities promised by committeemen
as a part of the campaign. Duane
Ibeng, '34, Edythe Turteltaut, '37, Yates and his 12-piece orchestra will
Miriam Sauls, '37, Sally Leavitt, '37, furnish the music.
and Dorothy Wepman, '36. Reservations for tickets may be
The out-of-town feminine guest made over the telephone by calling
list included the Misses Mildred the Interfraternity Council offices at
Feinberg, Annette Cohen, and Mil- the Union any week day between 3:30
dred Abimski, all of Detroit; Mary and 5 p. m., Alvin Schleifer, '35, Pi
L. Crissman, Saginaw; and Marjorie Lambda Phi, stated yesterday, fol-
Brennen, Chicago. lowing a meeting of the committee
Sigma Alpha Epsilon in charge. Tickets reserved by tele-
phone must be called for before 5
Sigma Alpha Epsilon announces . m., Jan. 4, the day before 'the
[the pledging of William Beck, '37. dance, he said.
Theta Delta Chi Attendance will be limited to 200
The members of Theta Delta Chi couples and tickets will be priced at
fraternity entertained last night at $1.50.
a closed formal dance. Among the Other members of the committee
guests present were: Betty Barthel,i chae almuirs, are afollows;
'37; Dorothy Vail, '37; Miss Valorie in charge, all juniors, are as follows:
'37;h, Drohy Vail, '37;eMisnV e Joseph R. Bailey, Jr., Sigma Chi;
Smith, 'Grosse Ile; Katherine Mc- Philip A. Singleton, Phi Kappa Psi;
Henry, '34; Virginia Cluff, '35; Jean Franklin Bristol, Theta Delta Chi;
Haskins, '37; Margaret Mustard, '36; Ward Wood, Kappa Sigma; Irwin
Josephine McLean, '36; Lois Foley, Glasser, Kappa Nu; George Welch,
Trenton; Mary Reif, '34; Mary Bur- Phi Kappa Psi; and Milton Fenner,
sley, '36; Helen Price, '36; Mary Mc- Psi Upsilon.
Carthy, '34; Eloise Moore, '36; Helen
Shreck, Detroit; . Florence Harper,
'36; Elizabeth Eaglesfield, '33; Miss National Officer
Jane Collins, Flint; Jane Falk, '35;
and Dorothy Dawes, '37.B

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Manicure Sets in Christmas
wrappers ..................25c, 50c
Suede and Moire Travel Kits, with
bottles and jars.......$1.29, $1.50
Military Brush Sets ............. $1.00
Pottery and wrought Iron
Ash Trays .............I.........50c
Cigarette Boxes .................$1.00
Dresser Sets, 3-pe. , ..$2.95, $5.00, $6.504
Soap Bubbic Sets................50eC
Sheaffer Pen and Pencil Sets......
.........$2.95, $3.95, $5.00
Sheaffer Pens. .$2.75, $3. 5, $5.00, $9.00
Frames of Black Glass and
Chromium rim.......Are$1.00,$1.95
Elizabeth Arden Cream Set ..$2.85

MAIN FLOOR - PHONE 4161

Newcomers Of Faculty
Give Christmas Party'
The Newcomers' Section of the
Faculty Women's Club gave an in-
formal Christmas party yesterday
afternoon at the Union. Acting as
hostesses were Mrs. Duane Carr, Mrs.
Hessel Yntema, Mrs. Jacob Sacks,
and Mrs. Richard Freyberg. Mrs.
Lewis Simes is chairman of the sec-
tion.
Revision Of Constituiton
Undertaken At Stanfordl
Because of the increasing num-
ber of women students and other
changes, A. S. S. U. President, Jerry
Trautman appointed a committee toj
revise the constitution of Stanford
University.
This revision will be voted on by
the student body; if it is accepted, it
will mean -changes in all of the in-
stitutions of the university.

Elizabeth Arden Bath Set.......$3.25
Evening in Paris Sets..$2.20 to $15.00
Evening in Paris Perfume,
in Star-shaped box...,...... .$1.10
Helena Rubinstein Pick-me-up
Beauty Kit..............$3.75
Doraldina Make-up Kit....... . .$1.65
Out Crystal Perfume Bottles,
white or colors..............
.... ....50c, 75c, '$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Glass Powder Jar with magnifying
mirror lid........ ......$1.00
Guest Room Powder Puff Sets....50c
Cellophane packages of Guest
Puffs..............15c, 25c, 35c

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Mrs. Rhea Walker, national treas-
ureer of Mortarboard, senior honor
society, arrived yesterday to spend
the weekend here. A luncheon is
being given today at the Union in her
honor.
Miss Alice Lloyd is giving a recep-
tion for Mrs. Walker from 4 to 6
today at her home. Mortarboard
alumnae from Detroit and Ann Arbor
will be present, said Marion Gid-
dings, '34, president of Mortarboard.
GOLFSI DE
RIDING ACADEMY
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Beautiful Wooded Riding
Paths Along River
0E AT
FREE TRANSPORTATION
Dial 7270

Toiletries

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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS ADS ARE EFFECTIVE

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Chocolate Covered
Mints, pound box...
Peppermint Paddies
pound box.... ..
Chocolate Coyered
Dates, pound box....

19c
19c
19c

Urwusual Values!

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MAIN FLOOR

Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Ken-
nel Murder Case" with William Pow-
ell; Majestic, "Little Women" witht
Katherine Hepburn; Whitney, "The
Parisian" with Elissa Landi and
Adolphe Menjou.
Dancing: Chubb's, Union, Hut,
Dixie Inn, Preketes', Joe Parker's.
Sophomore Cabaret: League, 3:30
to 8:00.

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PRE -HOLIDAY Sale of
College Shop bHES

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Take home a g if t from
kutzel's

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After all, there's no gift
that can equal a fine
For Example, Fine Hudson Seal,
as low as $145A
Muskrat and Northern Seal Coats j
for $87.50
* As manufacturer furriers as well as volume
buyers of fur skins, we are able to present
a selection of FUR COATS which values
cannot be duplicated. A small deposit will
reserve your selection. Buy Now and Buy it

Instead of waiting until after the holidays, we
are holding our winter Shoe Sale now - weeks
before Christmas - affording exceptional op-
portunities to have smart new, high grade
shoes for holiday wear, at saving prices.
Every pair of Goodyear College Shop shoes is
in this sale - shoes regularly priced at $5.00,
$6.00 and $7.50 - NOW REDUCED.
Styles for street, afternoon, sports and formal
wear. Black and Brown Kid and Suedes-
Suede combinations and sports grained leath-
ers in black or brown.

$385
$485
$585

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Selec t from our complete
stocks of practical gifts-.
Pajamas of Velveteen-
Corduroys, Chiffon velvets
or silks- Silk Underwear.

Select Today, or early next week to
have best choice of styles and sizes.

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