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THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

TUSAY,

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any Houses Hold Initiations; Debating Team lFaculty Women
thers Give Christmas Parties To Engage In lan Reception
F.Ai iton Series This Evenin

OVER THE
WEEK-ND

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aRho0 Giv Grace Bennett, '37, Midland; Eleanor
el;Noys,'36, Battle Creek; Josephine
On Week-End I Scott, '36, Shaker Heights, 0.; Mar-
jorie Warren, '35, Yonkers, N. Y.; and
o es have been flling Catherine Williams, '34, Danville, ill.

tpe, last week before vacation with
man y activities. Several fraternities
and sororities are initiating their up-
perclassien whiie almost all houses
plan a Christmas celebration of some
sort,
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
initiation Monday 'of Joyce Oleary, 36,
Grosse Pointe; Dorothy Adams, '36,
Grosse Pointe; Evelyn Neil, '35A,
Muskegon; Margaret Starr, '35, Flint;
carolyn Welz, '35, Detroit; and Mar-
garet Norcross, '36, Grand Rapids.
Alpha Omega
Abraham Pearlberg, '34D, and Ir-
ving Nedelman, '34D, are attending a
stag party tonight at the Hotel Fort
Shelby in Detroit. The party is in
honor of Dr. Lewis Galin, chancellor
of Alpha Omega last year, whose
marriage to Miss Epstein, Cleveland,
will be consummated in September.
Alpha Rho Chii
Harold Beecher, '35A, is in charge
of the Christmas party which Alpha
hlto Chi is giving tomorrow night foi
its pledges. Several of the alumni are
expected to be present.
Collegiate Sorosis
Collegiate Sorosis entertained las
ight at a Christmas party. The cen-
terpiece. consisted of a miniature sil-
yer Christmas tree decorated with
Wlored lights and surrounded by
green pine boughs.
Delta Gamma
a Initiation ceremonies were held for
nine women at Delta Gamma sorority
sunday, Those initiated were; Mary
Ferris, '35, Hicksville, 0.; Jean Keller,
'35, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.; Esther
,incoln, .'35,~ Jackson; Marian M-
Dougall, '35, Harvey, Ill.; Louise Ste-
;ens, '36, Muskegon; Whyllis White-
ley, '36, Dowagiac; Hilda Kirby, '35,
Newton Center, Mass.; Betty Sue Cal-
putt, '35, Chicago; Bertha Mathews,
'34, Flint.I
Delta Zeta;
Delta Zeta has initiated Betty
Walz,, '35, Emnma Luening, '34, and
Betty Hutchinson, '35.
Kappa Delta
it Sunday morning Kappa Delta in-
iated four new members: Margaret
*aliard, '36Ed., and Helen Strain,
'36Ed., Detroit; Elizabeth Harris, '34,
grosse Pointe; and Mary Hall, '34,
Ann Arbor. The initiation ceremony
Was held in the morning and was
followed by a banquet at noon.
The house is having its Christmas
party tomorrow for the patronesses,
alumnae, and pledges. Ella May
Broome, '35, is in charge of the party.
Kappa Delta Rho
Aappa Delta Rho entertained at an
initiation formal Saturday in honor
u4 pavid Cornell, '36. The party was
haperoned by Prof. and Mrs. Walter
E. Lay, and the music was furnished
by Russ Armstrong's "Columbians."
iAmong the guests were Inez Hol-
b;,. Ypsilanti; Helen Probeck, '34;
flWbq.ra Shuker, Detroit; Elizabeth
Switzer, '34; Ruth Karpinski, Grad.;
J4ne Biddle, '36; Evelyn Courtade,
' .,Ed,; Dolly Ocha, Ypsilanti; Lu-
cilte Fox, '36; Ardele Switzer, '34.
iyvien McCarty, Adrian; Nancy
n1 mtsen, Spec.; Dorothy Ford, '34;
yhe Smith, '35; Eileen Lay, '37;
ixgirnia McCoib, Adrian; Marian
Svtzer, Whitmore Lake; and Jessie
tark, '34, were also present.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma held initia-
tion Sunday morning for the .follow-

Jcsephine Talbot, '34, was toast-mis-
tress at the banquet which followed
the ceremony.-
Louise French, '36, had charge of
the Christmas party which the house
gave last night.
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Sigma Delta wishes to an-
nounce the initiation of Francis N.
Fine, '34, and Abe A. Osser, '35, on
Friday.
Theta Phi Alpha
Mrs. Camilla Ryan Sutherland,
chapter inspector, was entertained by
the sorority at dinner last night.
A Christmas party with Marie
Peters as guest was held. Members
of the house exchanged 10-cent gifts.,
Theta Xi
Theta Xi entertained Sunday nighta
with a supper dance chaperoned by
Mrs. Chester D. Barnes. The follow-
ing guests were present: Grace Hax-
;ton, '34, Barbara Casper, '34, Helene
Gram, '35, Jane Reed, '36, Ruth Son-
nanstine, '36, Kate Landrum, '37, Lu-
cille Benz, '34, Gertrude Jean, '36.
Dorothy Edmands, '34, Dorothy
Vater, '36, Jane Brucker, '35, Jane
Langendefer, '35, Marjorie Langen-
defer, '37, Francis Manchester, '34,
Mary Pray, '34, Sue Thomas, '36, Reta
Peterson, '36, Cecilia Richardson, '36,
Irmtraud Weyrich, '37 and Nancy
Hill, '34, were also present.
I4lvorit e jewelry
For Formal Wear.
Is Hair Ornament
Formal gowns are so simply cut
these days that they will stand any
amount of sparkling jewelry to add
brilliance and sophistication to the
,costume. In fact, jewelry, which has
been conspicuous by its absence in
campus circles recently, has staged a
comeback.
The most popular type is made of
brilliants, which have been in the
limelight. for years. The high neck-
line ,in front has done much to dis-
courage the wearing of necklaces, but
the modern Miss is not discouraged
and turns to bracelets for consola-
tion.,
Earrings are losing favor too, for
the new hair ornaments are grad-
ually taking their place. These are
tucked coyly into the hair at all
angles, coming in the form of clips,
which resemble vaguely the barets
which we wore in grammar school
days. Other ornaments for the hair
are the tiaras which give a regal
and stately air.
]Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Chris-
topher Bean" with Marie Dressler and
Lionel Barrymore; Majestic, "Little
Women" with Katherine Hepburn
and Joan Bennett; Whitney, "The
Parisian" with Elissa Landi.
Lecture: Oratorical Association Se-
ries; Col. Raymond Robins on "Rus-
sia After 15 Years"; 8 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium.
Dancing: League Grill Room, Hut,
Dixie Inn, Joe Parker's, Prekete's.

Three members of the women's
Varsity debating team will journey to
Albion College tomorrow for the first
of a two-day series of debates with1
Albion's team on the subject, "Re-
solved: That substantial grants
should be made by the Federal gov-
ernment to public, elementary, and
secondary education as a Federal pol-
icy."
Michigan representatives who will
uphold the negative side tomorrow
are Dorothy Saunders, '35, Winifred
Bell, '36, and Helen Podolsky, '34.
At 4 p. m. Thursday in the
Adelphi rooms in Angell Hall, the
Michigan affirmative team will be
hosts to Albion. Members of the
Michigan team are Frances Drake,
'36, Elizabeth Smith, '35, and Kath-
erine Coffield, '34.
Both debates will probably be non-I
decision.
Floyd K. Riley of the speech de-
partment is acting as coach of the l
women's debating team.
Womens SHonor Society
Initiates Eight Miembers
Athena Literary Society, national
forensic society for women, last night
initiated eight women.
New members include Vivian
Young, '36, Ninna Giffen, '35, Lillian]
Rosen, '36, Rowena Goldstein, '35, Lil-.
lian Fine, '36, Dorothy Briscoe, '37,:
Dorothy Saunders, '35, and Violet l
Chulock, '36.
Following the ceremonies tea was
served. Martha Littleton, '34, was in
charge of arrangements.
COLLEGE PAPER SCOOPS
By holding its presses until 4 a.m.
of the day after the election, the Tem-
ple University News, was able to pre-~
sent the most complete returns of
any morning newspaper in Philadel-
phia on the fate of the proposed.
amendment of No. 8 to the state con-
situation, which made appropriations
j to universities, hospitals and unem-I
ployed.

A formal reception and dance will
be given from 9 p. m. to 12 tonight
at the League by the Faculty Wom-
en's Club. All members and their
husbands are invited to attend. Prof.
and Mrs. Emil Lorch, Prof. and Mrs.
A. E. White, and Prof. and Mrs. O. S.
Duffendack will receive in the Grand{
Rapids Room.
There will be dancing in the ball-!
room, with music by the Union or-
chestra, and card-playing for thoseI
who choose. Mrs. Duffendack is in1
charge of the program.
A 3 U A~1

A wedding party with a huge cake
and the blushing bride and groom, a
medical fraternity occupying a long
table, and some of the more cele-
brated of campus celebrities were all
being gay at Chubb's Saturday night.
Mary O'Brien was there in blue and
grey. Betty Little, dressed in black
and white, was dancing a modified
Michigan hair-pin bend. Billie Grif-
fiths, president of W.A.A., chose
black and white, too; in fact, those
two ever-popular colors were much
in evidence.

Gloves And Scarfs
Are Popular Sets
Ina Bright Shades
If you're a little wary of laying in
an extensive stock of new clothes so
soon before the holidays and Santa's
next visit, you may at least feel the
urge to blossom forth with one or two
new accessories to brighten up the
old outfits and to startle the folks
at home.
The most appropriate articles for
such a purpose are the scarfs and
mitten sets which are being shown in
great variety. They certainly add the I
bright touch for they come in all the 1
most vivid colors and some are de- !
signed in geometric and non-geomet-
ric figures.
For campus wear there is nothing
as comforting as to be able to pull a
wooly knit scarf close under one's
chin and when aforementioned scarf
is equipped with warm mittens to
match, it is comfort indeed. Other
sets which are not quite as warm asy
the knitted ones but still do their
share against the wintry blast are of
velvet or velveteen and are very smart
with their little ascots and good-
looking gloves of the same material.
And speaking of sets, we have some
for evening which will surely startle
the old home town during the vaca-
tion days. They are made up of
gloves and muff and are most popular
now in velvet. The muff is often
ruffled to add to the bewitching effect
and the gay-ninety air and the sets
are shown in all the popular jewel
tones to match almost any frock.

ryouts For J G. P.
Held This Afternoon
Tryouts for J.G.P. will be held
from 3 to 6 p. m. today in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre. All woien,
whether eligible this semester, or
not are urged to be present.
Rutgers Students To Be
Given Vo ice In Athletics
. By Intercollegiate Press)
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Dec. 11.
-Prof. George E. Little, director of
physical education at Rutgers Uni-
versity, announced last week that
henceforth Rutger students are to be
given a voice in the making out of
athletic schedules and other athletic
matters.
This will be accomplished by giv-
ing the board of managers, made up
of student managers of all intercol-
legiate and intramural sports, a voice
in the affairs of the athletic depart-
ment.
Scientists Scarch For
Eleinenas Of Star Dust
(By Intercollegiate P!rcss)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 11.-
Scientists of Harvard, Toronto, and
other universities are b u s y here
studying through a microscope the
photographs of more tha.n 700
Leonids taken during t h e recent
Leonid shower, with a view to dis-
covering if possible the elements of
the star dust.

A celia heever Marie Heid, dance chairman of the
J.G.P., wore black velvet with cream
Invites Iaculty lace inserts at the cuffs. Margaret
kdi tU1 Robb, tall and blonde, chose eel greyE
crepe, with net of the same color at
I the neck and upper sleeves, the net
S e e. )ratio embroidered with rhinestones. Har-
-H-- riet Oleksiuch wore gold and white,
Adelia Cheever is holding its an- with a gold turban.
nual Christmas dinner tonight for its i
Board of Governors. The dinner will Mary Jane Crockett appeared i a
be held at 5:30 p. in. and will be fol- red and white coat frock, with shad-
lowed by a program of Christmas ings of grey and a turban of grey.
carols. After this will be a Christmas Miss Virginia Crockett, Toledo, wore
tree party. The guests at the party green crepe, cut simply with long-
tre paty.Theguets t te prtyfitted sleeves. Alice Hrxnnon wore
will be: Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Beryl red and white with a red turban.
Fox Bacher, Miss Jeannette Perry,
Prof. and Mrs. E. C. Goddard, Dr. Even with such competition as the
and Mrs. Charles Washburn, Prof.| Sophomore Cabaret furnished, a
and Mrs. E. R. Sunderland, and Mrs. I good-sized crowd was present at the
Louis Karpinski. ; Union Saturday night. The class of
Next Friday at 6:30 a. in. the resi- '33 was well represented. Dorothy
dents of the house will hold their Bunce, in a flame-colored gown, was
traditional Christmas tree party escorted by a former basketball
which will be followed by breakfast. player, Ray Altenhof, '33.
Edith Davis, '34, is in charge of this. Lois Rosenberry, '36, chose an at-
-__tractive green dress with gold trim-
mings. We saw Connie Burwell, grad.,
Prof. Whiemore Fedancing. She was stunning in a black
Landsipe Design club gown with silver accessories glitter-
ing in the spotlight.

MO DE RN BE A UTY S HOP
FOUR-DA'Y SPECIAL
CROQUIGNOLE PERMANENT WAVE
SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE . 35c
All Week Phone 2-1478 113 South Main
With Plety of Ringlet Curls
$1.50 Complete
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. Prof. and Mrs. Harlow Whittemore
entertained the Landscape Design
Club of the University at their home
on Norway Road. Entertainment was
provided with "Sweet Adeline" draw-
ings by the young draftsmen. Later
Professor Whittemore showed hand-
colored pictures taken of the Lake
Superior country of Michigan, Wis-
consin, Minnesota and Canada.

Among others we saw were Maurine
Burnside, '36, whoschose ever-pop-
ular red, and Velma Wilson.

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Goodyear's

College Shops

PRINTING

ENGRAVING

Personal Greeting Cards, Social Stationery,
and Job Work a Specialty.

Pre-Holiday Sale of

O. D. MORRILL

Sinke The S
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314 South State Street
Stationery & Typewrirer Store"

Phone
6615

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Here's style and value!
Jewelry that seems espe-
cially designed for gifts-
it's so lovely and distinc-
tive. If you're seeking a
worth-while aift- choose
it here.

-I FTS of Pure Silk
LINGERIE
b--
em'M" 4
Buy plenty ... that's our advice, because
these prices are even lower than we had
dared hope for. We doubt whether it
will happen again. All pure silk . .. and
nicely made!
SLIPS.. . GOWNS . .. DANCETTES ... PANTIES
White and all the lovely pastel shades
Lace-trim med! Hand-embroidered Plain tlailorred
$.1 g$r7 '

ENTIRE STOCK

INCLUDED

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Dresses for sports and street wear, for afternoons and dinners--
and for formal wear. In this pre-holiday event these dresses
are offered at 20' Reductions and in many instances the reduc-
tion is even more.

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REDUCTIONS --AND M
A timely Event! Right before the holidays - an opportunity
to make a substantial saving on dresses - an opportunity to
have grand, new Dresses for all the Holiday occasions.

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Pre-Holiday SaESo

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Exquisite Pendants
Crystal and diamond, onyx
and pearl and other lovely
combinations priced
$12 to $52

Real
Stone Rings
Amethyst, topaz, aqua-
marine, zircon, black
opal and other stones
p1.ced9
$16.50o$29

Every pair of Goodyear College Shop Shoes is
in this sale - shoes regularly priced at $5.00,
$6.00 and $7.50 -1 all are reduced in price for
this event, and affording a wonderful oppor-
tunity to save.

$3.85
$4.85
$5'.5

Black
suede
Black

and brown kid - black and brown suede,
combinations and sports grained leathers.
and white faille formal footwear, too.

Wormen's Wrist Watches

With modernistic cases or diamond set in white or yellow
$27 to $100

gold

400"41 : 4,

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