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X, DECEMBER 18, 1934

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Church Psychologically Remote
From campus, Blakeman Says

By HARRIET 'ATHAWAY ish faith is represented by the Hillel
( The church seems to be remote Foundation, and the Catholics by the
Gifts Distributed Will :e ;i om the rest of the campus - psy- Newman Club. The Baptists, Disciples,
chelogically if not -physically, Dr. E. Congregationalists, Episcopalians, Lu-
Sent To Sick Children W. Blakeman, 'counselor of religious therans, Christian Scientists, Meth-
zT . ducation. stated recently. odists, Presbyterians, Evangelicals,
At University ospIta> T>here are a surprisingly large num- and Unitarians all have their student
ver of student church organizations guilds. Some of them have campus
The final week before Christmas on the Michigan campus, which, al- pastors, whose work lies entirely in
vacation is the signal for social ac- houghi they do not have common re- these clubs. It is apparent, then, that
tivities among the women on campus .aiiOus beliefs, do have the common an effort is being made both by the
Traditional ceremonies will be ca,- bond of helping the student and University and the Church, and!
ried out at the dormitories; sororitir biinging into active fellowship men through their co-operation together,
arc to entertain children and ex- ' and women who possess a vital per- i to stimulate a vital interest in the
hnrge gifts among themselves, while:c al interes in religion. student. Whether or not the student
special dinners will augment the fes-j Sina l Group InWte'ested will respond remains to be seen.
tivities. Statistics taken by the University .
Sororities began the entertaining ~ this year -prove that there is a small
last night. Alpha Omicron Pi gave sesnonorTer of students who take ad-
} ~vantage of the opportunities offered
its annual Christmas party then. Giftsb thcse orgaizion and w os- FaG
accopaned b fitin veres erec .s a really vital interest in their
exchanged, these toys then being s Of te cultytGuests
given to the University Hospital. Stel- rch. 8,000 students on . "
la Glass, '35, was in charge of the campus a5.000 recorded a chirch W ith FunctionS
affair. Delta Gamma also exchanged rrm ebship and 1,800 recorded a
gifts last night, followinig the annual i chufr.ch preference. Dr. Blakeman, says
Chrstmas dinner. Ithat only about 2,500 out of this pos- As the Christmas season approach-
-Associated Press Photo sible 6;800 possess a vital personal es various members of the faculty are
Ha Catyesey, a senior inc the COlege iterest in the church, whereas the being honored by sorority functions.
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eta Tau Alpha entertained three is the c number should be about 5,000. At a formal tea from 4 to 7 p.m. Sun-
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Cenhdrenmo rm town at a cinner mon~-
day night. The dining room tables
were lighted by candles, and minia-
ture trees decorated the room. Santa
Claus appeared later at 'the Christmas
tree in the living room to distribute
presents.
Gamma Phi Beta also held their
usual festivities last night, the party
being in charge of Lois Altman, '35.

Tonight the entertaining is to 'be
continued by sororities. Kappa Delta
will give a party for a little girl with
a tree and presents for her. Mrs. Wai-
ter Hunt and Mrs. Benjamin Bailey
will be present at the affair..
jEntertain Town Children
Kappa Kappa Gamma will alsoI
hold their Christmas party tonight.
Marjorie Warren, '35, is in charge.
Presents exchanged are to be given
to Ann Arbor children.3
Collegiate Sororisis will continue
the annual Christmas entertaining to-
night with a dinner party following.
Table decorations are fo be in silver
and white. Each table is to have a
small silver Christmas tree as cen-
terpiece. A typical Christmas menu
has been planned which is to include
a plum pudding served in English
style. The party following dinner will
be held around the lighted tree in the
living room.
The dormitories have planned'elab-
orate entertainment. Helen Newberry
will give a dinner Wednesday night.
A Christmas play, "St. George and
the Dragon," in charge of Joyce Mac-
Donald, '35, will be presented between
courses. Additional dinner entertain-
ment will consist of Morris dancers.
Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of women will
sing and Miss ath Pfohl, dormitory
director, will play the harp following
the dinner, while Betty Kelly, '37,
will give "The Night Before Christ-
mas."
The dining room decorations will
include poinsettias on silver plaques
on the tables and red candles. Three
large Christmas wreaths are to be in
the living rooms.
The pledges of Alpha Delta Pi will
entertain the actives at the Christmas
party to.be held from 7 to 9 p.m.
tomorrow night. Martha Cook, '35, is
in charge of the arrangements.
Phi Sigma Sigma will give a dinner
and party for ten Ann Arbor children,
Wednesday night. Genevieve Field,
'35, will take care of the arrange-
ments. A tree and presents will fol-
low the dinner.
Betty Little, '35, is in charge of the
Christmas party to be given at Kappa
Alpha Theta tomorrow night.
Special skits are to feature the en-
tertainment given by the pledges for
the actives at the Christmas festiv-
ities planned by Delta Zeta sorority
for Wednesday night. Jeannette Will,
'36, is planning the affair.
Betsy Barbour House will give its
annual Christmas dinner Wednesday
night. Twelve children are to be en-'
tertained by the dormitory. Before'
dinner a special Yule Log ceremony
will be given, and carols are to be
sung.
Cabaret Skits To Be Given

bHave Many Causes sday Delta Gamma entertained about
5_ This lack of interest may be as- 275 faculty, townspeople, and alumni.
signed to a number of causes. In the Kathleen Carpenter, '35, assisted by
Claus, Edith Merrickel, '37, and Betty first place, the characteristic attitude Jean Keller, also '35, was in charge
Vinton, '37, are to be the reindeer. Kay of students seems to be one of lecture of the arrangements.
z Burgess, '36, will take part in a panto- weariness, according to Dr. Blakeman. Mrs. Theodore Raphael, Mrs. Ralph
mime, while Mickey and Minnie "They listen to lectures all week and Aigler, Mrs. A. B. Connable, Mrs. Wil-
Mouse and two of the Penguins from another one on Sunday seems as liam Brown, Jr., Mrs. Norbert Kul-
the Sophomore Cabaret will provide though it would be a little bit too savage, Mrs. Arthur B. Moehlman,
I additional entertainment. , much." Sunday is their day of rest and Mrs. H. F. Taggart poured for
|- from lectures. As their assignments the occasion.
Alpha Chi Omega will give a tradi- are heavy it is only natural that their In the receiving line were Mrs.
tional dinner and party tomorrow interest in other education should be Phyllis Reynolds, Mrs. Hugo Thieme,
night. Gifts are to be exchanged be- low. Mrs. H. B. Earhart, and Miss Alice
tween actives and pledges while gay Try To Stimulate Interest I Morgan.
Christmas ornaments will decorate To be sure there is no other defi- The decorations consisted in mixed
th housesur andeisnotree.dfi
nite way in which to measure the flower bouquets of snap-dragons,
Thursday night, the last night be- students' interest other than through roses, and iris.
fore vacation, will see the wind-up of their attendance of church services Theta Phi Alpha sorority also gave
all the festivities. Alpha Gamma and the clubs which are part of every a tea for the faculty last Sunday, at
Delta is giving a dinner then for small church. In the glow of a new free- which Mrs. Allen Sherzer and Mrs.
boys from town, a party being held dom which absence from home in- Brainard Higley poured. A center-
for them in the evening. Red candles sures, their church attendance suffers. piece of poinsettas and white tapers
and poinsettias will decorate the We assume then that it is due to a decorated the tea table, carrying out
table. Helen Doris Young, '35, has lack of interest. The University and the Christmas motif. Mary Mildred
charge of arrangements. the churches are making every effort Murphy, '35, was in charge of the af-
At the Pi Beta Phi house Lucille to stimulate the students' interest fair.
Wright, '35, will take care of arrange- in religion. The following faculty members
ments for a Christmas party Thurs- The University, in an effort to were guests at a buffet supper Sunday
day night and a special breakfast for understand 'the problems of religion, at the Alpha Delta Pi chapter house:
the pledges and actives Friday morn- and to improve facilities for the re- Prof. and Mrs. Campbell Bonner, Prof.
ing ligious development of students, began and Mrs. Walter Pillsbury, Prof. and
an experiment in religious education Mrs. O. J. Campbell, Prof. and Mrs.
Plan Christmas Baskets last year. Dr. Blakeman was appointed C. D. Thorpe, Prof. and Mrs. R. D.
Chi Omega, instead of a Christmas Counselor, to act as a contact offi- McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wol-
party, will send contributions to or- cer between religious bodies and the aver, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Muyskens,
ganizations in Ann Arbor. Delta University, to correlate the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. D. L..Dumond, H. H.
Delta Delta sorority is donating mon- campus ministers and thus bring re- Shohara, and Miss Thelma B. Lewis.
ey similarly. They will provide a ligious agencies and the University Tonight Gamma Phi Beta will give
Christmas basket for some family in closer together, and to be an aid to a Dean's dinner, at which the fol-
town. Thursday night the sorority is the students as a counselor in the lowing will be guests of honor: Dean
having a lounging party in their rec- religious field. Under Dr. Blakeman Alice C. Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry,
reation room. After singing Christ- there is a Council of Religion, made Mrs. Byrl Bacher, Miss Ethel Mc-
mas carols, refreshments are to be up of representatives from the East- Cormick, Miss Dorothy Ogborn, Mrs.
served. ern faiths, the Catholic, the Jewish, A. K. Stevens, Miss Laurie Campbell,
r iand the Protestant religions. This Miss Virginia Peaseley, Mrs. Earl S.
Barra Coventry, '36, is planningE group also includes the Student Chris- Wolaver, Miss Ruth Pfohl, director
the party at the Alpha Phi house tion Association. All of these orga.ni- of Helen Newberry Residence, Mrs.
Four negro children will be the guests ations are combined in their efforts MVataL a oildrco fJr-.
of the sorority at a dinner and party to help and interest the students in Marthan L. Ray, social director of Jor-
to elpandi~neret te sudets n.dan Hall, Miss Ann Vardon, director
Thursday night. An active member, their church. of Betsy Barbour House, and Mrs.
'dressed as Santa Claus, will distribute Eastern Faiths Represented ' Beesy Codd social d of
toys and clothes from a large Christ- The Eastern Faiths have various Kat een W Codd, social director of
mas tree. clubs which represent them. The Jew-
The annual festivities at the Alpha --------
Epsilon Iota sorority house will con-W
sist of a dinner given for the actives, Aninoiiunce Tour Of here To
alumnae, and patronesses of the
chapter. Gifts will be exchanged fol- Europe For 'Women Motion Pictures: Whitney, "That's
lowing the dinner. 1 Gratitude" with Frank Craven;
Probably the most elaborate Christ- Wuerth, "Treasure Island" with Wal-
mbasyestivities arebaned rt- Marie Abbot, '35, has been appoint- lace Beery; Majestic, "Anne of Green
mas festivities are being planned at rp nttive of the Bureau of a.

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Woman's Club
Musicale Will
Be Held TodayI
The annual Christmas Musicale of
the Women's Club of Ann Arbor will
be held at 2:30 p.m. today in the ball-
room of the League. The chairman
of the music committee, Mrs. Carl H.
Smith, is general chairman.
Included in the program will be
Christmas carols sung by an a cap-
pell chorus directed by Odina Olson
and also by the Women's Chorus di-
rected by Mrs. R. D. Reekie. Soloists
for the afternoon will be Francis
Griffin, violinist, Mora Crane Hunt,
soprano, and Mark Bills, baritone.
Mrs. Daniel Meikle will give a read-
ing.
Hostesses for the afternoon will be
Mrs. Fred J. Rentschler, chairman,
Mrs. George W. Willard, Mrs. C. J.
Tremmel, Mrs. F. G. Cadwell, and
Mrs. L. E. Brown.
The Better American Speech Class
will meet at 1:40 p.m. and the chorus
at 1:15 p.m. The French class will
not hold its usual meeting.
Mafn y Gay'Colors
Noticed A t Va'rko s
W k-End Ptes
One of the most important social
events of the week-end was the for-
mal dance given by the Lawyers Club
Saturday night. Many campus social-
ites were seen dancing, garbed in my-
riad colors. One of the loveliest dresses
observed on the floor was that of
Jane Bassett. Of acquamarine crepe,
it was trimmed with brown flowers,
and clippers of the same shade of
brown completed the costume.
Betty Cooper wore a charming
gown of skipper blue crepe embel-
lished with rhinestone shoulder straps.
Betty Aigler chose peach as the color
for her gown. A dark shade of velvet
was the fabric of Margaret Anna's
long-sleeved formal. F r a n c e s c a
Schrauder was striking in emerald
green set off by a gold sash and
flowers. Rae Mann and Kathleen
Carpenter, the former in maroon and
the latter in black shot with gold,
were outstanding.
Marie Abbott wore a simple but
unusually clever combination of the
ever-popular black and red to the
Alpha Delta Phi dinner dance. The
skirt was black and the tunic top red
with intricate gold stitching on the
collar. Josephine Cavanaugh attended
the same party gowned smartly in
light blue crinkle crepe and Mar-
garet Mustard wore distinguished
black with silver sequins. Marian Pat-
erson in pastel crepe and Betty Kay
Jones in blue with a large red flower
at the "V" of her decolletage were
seen, as were Mary Neal and Virginia
Smith.
Transfers Eligible
For W.A.A. Points'
W.A.A. requests transfers to write
back to their colleges for a record
of the athletic points they have won
previous to their entrance into the
University. Credit will be given to
these women, thus making them elig-
ible for W.A.A. awards and activities.
A large "M" will be given to the
woman who has earned 1,000 points,
while the student who has earned 300
points will receive a small "M."
A date will be set at which time
transfers can bring their points to a
recording bureau. Brenda Parkinson,
36, is in charge of this bureau.

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the Martha Cook Building. The cere-
monies and entertainments are tradi-
tional each year and begin with a din-
ner Thursday night. Marian Bertsch,
'35, has planned this part of the af-
fair. At 11 p.m. gifts are exchanged
to be later turned over to hospital
children. A play "All the World Loves
a Lover" will be presented at this
time with Betty Todd, '36, in charge
of the production.
Friday morning the candlelight
procession will take place. Audrey
Talsma, '35, chorister, * and Mrs.
George Codd, director of the dormi-
tory, will lead the procession from
the fourth floor picking up residents,
mothers, and guests as they proceed
to the first floor.

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University Travel here and is organ- "Flirtation Walk" with Dick Powell.
izing a group of college women to Concerts: "Messiah," 8:15 p.m., Hill
take a tour in the summer through Auditorium.
Italy and Northern Europe. Dancing: Hut Cellar.
The party will sail July 9 from New
York City on the S.S. Rex and will re-
turn Sept. 6 in time for the opening
of school next fall.
Alternative tours permit sailing as Spec 1 al
early as June 26 on the S.S. Aqui-
ltenia Pries for the tri range from

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$520 to $930. Anyone interested in a
tour composed entirely of University
women may obtain additional infor-
mation from Miss Abbot at her home.
Oriental Students' Gift Shop
! C21 East Liberty
Offers you the choice of our new
Christmas GIFT$ from India,
China, and the Orient. Included
are fine linens, ivory, brass, and t
wood work, prints, and Taj
Mahals.

Stunts during the dinner for the The entire group will sit at a long
entertainment of the guests will con- table in the reception hall for break-
sist of a Santa Claus and reindeer fast. Betty Stimson, '35, is to be in
skit. Sue Mahler, '35, will be the Santa i charge of this part of the function.

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