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Y, DECEMBER 16, 1934



Student Church
old Proograms
Many Groups Will Hold
Christmas Parties At
Religious Centers
Student Church organizations are
varying their usual Sunday meetings
this week with Christmas parties andi
programs. Mrs. W. B. Pope will be
the guest speaker at the Wesleyan
Guild Devotional Service to be held
at 6 p.m. tonight at Stalker Hall.
She will speak on "Memories of Pal-
estine." After the program supper
will be served.
At 7 p.m. President Alexander G.
Ruthven will lead the discussion in
Harris Hall. The general topic will be
"The Relationship Between the Stu-
dent and the University." All students
and their friends have been invited
to this meeting.
Choral Evensong and an address by
the Rev. William D. Orr will feature
the meeting of students at 7:30 p.m.
at the Saint Andrews Episcopal
At 7:30 p.m. there will be a candle-
light service with Cantata at the
Church of Christ. This will be fol-
lowed by the "Story of Christmas"
arranged by H. Alexander Matthews.
The Rev. H. P. Marley will speak
on "The Prodigal Son -Modern Ver-
sion," for the devotional service at
the Unitainn Church. At the Lib-
eral Students Union meeting, Prof.1

Collegiate Organizations Cater Women's Clubs
T~ I t , tf~ E S dI ( A -A

Wk/;L Tkea, Wimrzan in

By FLORENCE HARPER fraternities include Phi Beta Kappa.
There is a well-known sentiment Phi Kappa Phi. Alpha Lambda Delta,
that the United States is a nation of and Phi Eta Sigma, the latter two for
"joiners" and that the American bus- freshman women and men.


iness man is never so happy as when Among the groups which honor
his vest is ornamented with numerous men promincnt in activities are Mich-
pins and his watchchain sagging from garusa and Druids, and Sphinx for
the weight of various charms.st
If this is true, it is quite evident juniors, w h i i e Mortarboard, Senior
for Society, and Wyvern are correspond-
that he gets his start in college for ing organizations for women.
here we have organizations enough to Tau Beta PiVulcans Triangles,
satisfy any potential Mason or Odd- and Quarterdeck Society are similar
fellow. There is at least one organiza- aniQate he oegefEi-
tion for every group of interests with organization in the College of Engi-
addtioal lus t prvid prel so !neering, and various other depart-
additional clubs to provide purely ments have t h e i r own honorary
Aside from the 91 social fraternities groups. Among these are Sigma Delta
asidoromtithere are a numberof Chi, Kappa Tau Alpha, and Theta
and sororities, hraenmelect Sigma Phi for aspiring journalists,
honorary fraternties, o h i c h elect Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising, Phi,
their members on the basis of scho- Sigma, biological, Phi Lambda Upsi-
larship or activities. Such scholastic lon, chemistry and chemical engineer-
ing, and Sigma Xi which claims the
Dean Lloyd To Sing title "scientific honorary society."
Sin. . Honorary societies for lawyers and,
At Jordan Musicale medics are Barristers and Galens,
respectively, and there is Chi Gamma
Dean Alice Lloyd and Miss Ruth Phi for the geography department,
Alpha Kappa Delta, sociology, Omi-
Pfohl, director of Newberry Hall are cron Kappa Epsilon, dentistry, Rho
to entertain at the regular weekly Chi, pharmacy, and Pi Lambda, edu-
Sunday musicale to be held today by cation.
the residents of Jordan Hall. Miss Besides the honorary organizations
Pfohl will first present several harp' there are numerous interest groups
clos including: "Lamento" by Has- including such clubs as Le Cercle
Felmanns, "Theme and Variations" by Francals, Der Deutscher Zirkel, and
Hayden, Prelude II by Salzedo, and Black Quill. The speech organizations
"Le Bon Petit Roi d'Yvetot" by form one of the most active of these
randiany. groups with Alpha Nu and Adelphi
Miss Lloyd will next render the aid organized for men interested in this
Fench folk tune, "Il Est Ne," as a field and Athena and Zeta Phi Eta
vocal solo. In concluding the program for women.

.11 1I7 VZ [ Mcion Pictures: Michigan, "Flr-
tation Walk" with lick Powell; Whit-
olds M usicale iwee, "That's Gratitude" with Frank
Numerous parties were crowded into ! Florence Schenck appeared in black Craven; Wuerth, "Treasure Island"
rthe last week-end which remained and white crepe. with Wallace Beery; Majestic, "Anne
Cting i before the Christmas holidays. Fra- Maryanna Chockley, general chair- of Green Gables" with Anne Shirley.
Take Form Of An Open ternity dances were numerous and man of Sophomore Cabaret, directed Dancing: Chubb's, Hut Cellar.
that activity Friday night in a long ,#> R'ltWth 3tenlt W4
i Program At Leagu1e competed in popularity with the, green dress with silver accents and
Union and the Sophomore Cabaret, Mary Potter, entertainment chair- x
The annual Christmas Musicale of ; Several fraternities held formal man, wore a dark green tunic with
the Women's Club of Ann Arbor will dances. Among them was the Alpha a black skirt. The chairman of host-
be held at 2:30 p.m Tuesday in the Delta Phi party which drew a crowd esses, Billie Faulkner, appeared in red
ballroom of the League. Mrs. Carl H. of campus notables. Jane Basset was with slit sleeves and back. Others {
Smith, chairman of the music divi- there in a long red tunic worn over seen at the affair were Polly Mitchell,
lion, is making the arrangements. a black skirt and the same color com- Anne Fitzgerald, and Sue Mahler.
This meeting, the last until after bination was worn by Louise French.
the holidays, will be an open pro- Jean Seeley's white crepe formal fea- j
gram and all members may bring tured a red velvet collar; white was Oriental Students' Gift Shop
guests without guest cards. Mrs. J. also worn by Betty Little, and Mary 621 East Liberty
Fred Rentschler, in charge of the Sterling chose a long-sleeved costume Offers you the choice of our new
hostesses, will be assisted by Mrs. in a vivid American beauty shade. One Christmas GIFTS from India,
George W. Willard, Mrs. C. J. Trem- of the most striking gowns seen was China, and the Orient, Included
mel, Mrs. F. G. Cadwell, and Mrs. L. E. worn by Mary Lou Miller. It showed are fine linens, ivory, brass, and
me, rs .. Iwood work, prints, and Tai
Brown. the influence of the 1820 mode, and Mahals.Don't
The program will be opened with was of printed satin with a modified _f
carols sung by an a cappella chorus bustle and graceful train. SILK STOCKINGS
directed by Odina Olson, followed by
violin solos played by Frances Grif- Many At Delt House
fin. Mr. Daniel Meikle will give a Seen dancing at the Delta Tau
reading and Mark Bills, baritone solo- Delta house were Joyce Black, whoivs___
ist, will give a group of Christmas appeared in black velvet with long ~A ogToePcae
songs accompanied by Achilles Tali- slit sleeves, Harriet Shackleton in i eCAvong Those Packages
aferro. white satin, and Ruth Ann Jernigan,
The Women's chorus, directed by whose pale blue gown was trimmed All the ladies will be dis-
Mrs. R. D. Reekie, will also sing a about the bottom with a pink ruffle. if Christmas
group of Christmas carols. The con- Sue Thomas was also noted as was Fsy r morning does not brin
cluding number will be a duet sung Betty Ronal. Fh ssathem a supply of these ex-
by Miss Olsen, soprano, and Nora Chi Phi Holds Formal Ihosiery." Here's the right C quisite Silk Stockings.
Crane Hunt, contralto, with the ac- Dorothy Adams was seen at the' oneKayser's new Biscay.
companiment by Mrs. Louis Reimann. Chi Phi dance in red uncut velvet one,'Kayser'sn"--Bisfey.
--__----- accented by a gold flower and belt. A rich chocolate brown.
aBetty Anne Beebe appeared in a black Youit ing - ong wearing
Barlara Scott satin formal with a large white pique can uuy the
bow and a fitted jacket which fea-I flawlessly sheer clear$100 _ 3
Is M arried o tured wide white revers. Mary Ellen "
Menard wore a light blue beaded "MIR-O-KLEER"
frock and Mary Robinson's dress was
B ilam Ira o also of blue, though in a hyacth $ .00 ELIZABETH DILON
shade.I GOWN SH OP
Helga Selmark was dancing at the THE GVAOURENSHOP
Barbara Christie Scott, '34, daugh- same party in a light beige lace which 605 East William
ter of Prof. and Mrs. Irving Day had a cape trimmed with mink. With No. 8 Nickels Arcade Just a Block from State St.
Scott, was quietly married at an in- the frock she wore gold accessories. _______________
formal ceremony to William H. Crago, Ruth Fowler was there too, in aqua ---
Jr., '35L, at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. marine crepe, the, halter neck of
15. The marriage ceremony took place which was trimmed with rhinestones.,l I

zcvcr alnumbers xil be presented as
I ocal duets by Miss Lloyd and Miss

Max Handman of the Department Plohl. These will consist of "Lo, How
of Economics will discuss "Capital- A Rose E'er Blooming," sixteenth
ism and the Present Crisis." century melody, harmonized by Prae-
The organized independent group of torius; "The Coventry Carol"; and
Hillel Foundation will follow their "Jesu, Thou Dear Babe Divine," tra-
meeting with a stunt night. The meet- ditional song from Hayden, arranged
ing is scheduled for 8 p.m. by Dickinson.

Musical societies are also plentiful
and among them are Delta Omicron,
Alpha Epsilon Mu, Mu Phi Epsilon,
and Sigma Alpha Iota. It is a bit dif-
ficult for the non-musician to under-
stand the distinguishing features and
the shades of difference between these
organizations, but there is always the
possibility that one is the saxophon-
ists league, another limited to those
who are experts on the kettle drum,
and that the others keep the devotees
of jazz carefully segregated from theI



follwer Woitheoldymaters+ --- t the Scott's residence. Miss Scott
did not have any attendants. She
This brief enumeration has not by was given in marriage by her father.
any m e a n s exhausted the field in Pompom chrysanthemums in shades
question. There are many more or- of brown, rust, and gold were used'
anizations on campus. In fact, there throughout the rooms of the house.
tre so many that the Office of the Only the immediate families were
)ean of Students finds it quite ijm- present at the wedding. Miss Scott
)ossible to keep a record of them chose a tailored model of hunter's
vhich is anywhere near complete. green crepe combined with brown vel-
vet for her wedding. The sleeves were
fitted to the elbow, and full at the
Dvr. May To Attend top. She wore matching accessories,
New York Dinner and a corsage of gardenias.
Mr. and Mrs. Crago left for a motor
trip to New York immediately after
As one of the charter members, a wedding supper. They will remain
Jr. George A. May, director of fresh- in New York City and Boston until
nan physical education, has been in- after the Christmas holidays when
ited to attend the dinner of the col- they will .take up residence in Ann
ege Physical Education Association Arbor. For traveling, Mrs. Crago chose
1c. 27 in New York City. a brown wool dress with a matching
The purpose of the dinner this year brown coat trimmed with beaver, and
.s to honor the members of the asso- a a close fitting brown felt hat. Her
iation who were enrolled before 1910, accessories were of a matching color.
vhen the association was just asec- Mrs. Crago was affiliated with Delta
on of the American Physical Edu- Gamma sorority, and Mr. Crago was a
at-on Association. Dr. May was one member of Phi Gamma Delta, and
t the original group. Phi Delta Phi fraternities. Mr. Crago
Dr. Dudley Reed of the University will graduate from the Law School
f Chicago will act as master of this June.
eremonies at the banquet, and Dr. Among the parties given in honor
L ait McKenzie of the undr.ycf Miss Scott was a luncheon given
faitycanieofitherespsUniversity r
a~tidy ennsylvania will give the response ! atrdayDc.15 by Mrs. Ralph Aig-

723 North University

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Union Well Attended
Despite the numerous fraternity'
parties there was a large crowd at the
Union. Lucy Chamberlain was there
in navy blue silk with white braid.
Marion Fitzgerald wore red and Vir-
ginia Eaglesfield was in blue and
silver. Nan Diebel and Jane Peters
were also noted among the dancers.
Phi Delta Theta entertained at a
closed informal Friday night. Black
seemed the predominant color note,
appearing as it did in numerous styles
and fabrics. Sue Calcutt combined
a black velvet skirt with a white satin
blouse and Marjorie Messmore also
wore black velvet cut on simple lines.
Jane Edmonson's gown with brown
with gold lame collar and cuffs and1
Polonia Circle Will
T each. Polish Class
Polonia Circle, an organization of
Polish students on campus, has an-
nounced that the class in the Polish
language which has been taught for
the past three years under the aus-
pices of this group will be resumed
this year. The class will meet every
Wednesday, from 5 to 6 p.m. in Room
1018 Angell Hall.
Stephen Piatkowski, a graduate
student in the University, who has
taught the class for the past two
'years is the instructor. Piatkowski
came to this country three years ago
and was sent by the Federal Edu-
cation Department of Poland.
The chair of Polish language at
the University ceased to exist five
years ago when the subscriptions from
Poles in Detroit which maintained
the department were discontinued.
Since that time the only instruction
in the language has been that of-
fered by Polonia. The class is open to
all and no fees are charged.

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304 South Main St.

ieandhner daughter, Betty Aigler
at their home. A small dinner was
given Wednesday, Dec. 12 by Mrs.
C. W. Cook for Miss Scott and Mr.
Crago. Also Mrs. Theophile Raphael
entertained Sunday, Dec. 9 for Miss
'Scott at a tea.
Marie Abbott, '35, will act as Uni-
versity representative to the Bureau
of University Travel, it was announced
recently. A group of college women
is being organized to make a tour of
Italy and northern Europe next sum-
mer. The group will sail July 9 from
New York on the S. S. Rex, return-
ing Sept. 6.

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