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EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1935-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE SEVEN

THE MICHIGAN flAItY

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League Plans
Yearly Affa ir
ForThursday
Late Permission Granted
For Annual Celebration
Tomorrow Night
The final party for students to be
given before the Christmas holidays
is to be held from 7:30 until 10:30
p.m. tomorrow when the League gives
its annual Open House celebration.
Late permission, lasting until 11
p.m., has been granted to the women,
Julie Kane, '36, chairman, announced.
All of the evening's entertainments,,
including bridge, ping pong and danc-
ing will be given complimentary for
the students and faculty members.
The members of the social and
house-reception committees of the
League will assist Miss Kane in en-
tertaining the guests.
Although men are not usually al-
lowed on the third floor, they will
be permitted to visit it at this time.
The new League Library will be open
for inspection for the first time. In
addition, the house-reception com-
mittee has planned special tours of
the building.
Dancing has been scheduled from
8:30 until 10:30 p.m. in the Ballroom
with Al Cowan and his orchestra
playing. Additional entertainment in
the form of novelty dance numbers
and song specialties is to be given
during the intermission.
The Christmas motif will be car-
ried out in the decoration scheme,
Miss Kane said. Several evergreen
trees have been decorated, and will be
placed in various parts of the build-
ing. These are to remain up during
the holidays for students remaining
in town.
More than 5,000 students are ex-
pected to attend the traditional af-
fair, officials stated.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON
Bill Lowrey, '36E, is planning on
spending his Christmas vacation in
New York City, New York.
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Tells Psychology
To Use In Buying
Christmas Cards
Have you picked out your Christ-
mas cards for this year yet? If not,
here are a few suggestions. As you
will notice when you begin your card-
shopping, different phases of Christ-
mas are emphasized in different kinds
of Christmas cards.
If you are one to whom the jolly
side of Christmas appeals, we would
suggest that you buy cards with Santa
Claus en route in his well-known
sleigh or climbing down a big red
brick chimney. The Madonna and
Child, blue and white like Della Rob-
bia plaques, bring out the lovely and
sacred side of Christmas. Or you
might just like to offer cheery greet-
ings with stage-coaches and inns and
lanterns.
One way you are sure of a little
originality along this line is to make
your own cards. You might concoct
a card with the picture of your home,
your fraternity house, or a campus
building, supplementing it with a
cheery greeting.
Dormitory To Give
Christmas Pageant
"My Lady's Yuletide," a Christmas
play directed by Claire Gorman, '36,
will be presented Thursday evening
at 10:30 in Martha Cook, to entertain
55 mothers of residents who will ar-
rive for dinner Thursday.
Those who will play leading roles
are Valerie Rancu, '36, Ruth Le Roux,
'37, and Marguerite Creighton, '37SM.
The committees, announced by Claire
Gorman, are costumes, Myrna Kern,
'36; music, Suzanne Malve, SM Grad;
properties, Phoebe Cox, '36; sets, Bet-
ty Warwick, '37; dances, Margaret
Ferguson, '37; and bookholder, Geor-
giana Smith.
The annual Christmas breakfast
will be held Friday morning at 7
a.m. A candle-light procession sing-
ing Christmas carols will march
through the building at 5 a.m., led by
Mrs. George Codd and the chorister,
Jane Lombard, '37. The breakfast
will be served at a banquet table in
the main hall, decorated with holly
and candles.

Club Women Meet
For Supper Today
The Ann Arbor A.A.U.W. will meet
for supper at the League at 6:30 p.m.
tonight, to hold a general meeting
and Christmas party, it was an-
nounced by the president.
The junior group, according to cus-
tom, are responsible for entertaining
I the major group at this annual event,
and each junior member will take a
I member of the major group in to
supper.
After the regular business has been
taken care of, a program of enter-
tainment, in charge of Mrs. Karl D.
Malcom, will be presented by the
junior members, their president, Mrs.
Mildred Webber announced. There
will be singing from Mrs. A. A. James
and a reading by Mrs. Alison Ray
Heaps. In conclusion, the groups will
join in the singing of Christmas
carols.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
his appearance in each course during
the period Feb. 1 to Feb. 12.
No single course is permitted more
than four hours of examination. No
date -of examination may be changed
without the consent of the Classifica-
tion Committee.
Time of Exercise Time Of Exam.
Mon., at 8. Mon., Feb. 3-8-12
Mon. at 9. Fri., Feb. 7-8-12
Mon. at 10. Wed., Feb. 5-8-12
Mon. at 11. Mon., Feb. 10-8-12
Mon at 1. Tues., Feb. 11-2- 6
Mon. at 2. Mon., Feb. 3-2- 6
Mon. at 3. Tues., Feb. 11-8-12
Tues. at 8. Mon., Feb. 10-2- 6
Tues. at 9. Fri., Feb. 7-2- 6
Tues. at 10. Tues., Feb. 4-8-12
Tues. at 11. Tues., Feb. 4-2- 6
Tues. at 1. Wed., Feb. 12-8-12
Tues. at 2. Wed., Feb. 5-2- 6
Tues. at 3 Thurs., Feb. 6-8-12
E.M. 1, 2; C.E. 2. *Sat., Feb. 8-8-12
Surv. 1, 2, 4; Spanish. *Sat., Feb. 8--
2-6
M.E. 3; French *Thurs., Feb. 6-2-6
E.E. 2a; Shop 2, 3, 4; German. *Sat-
Feb. 1-2-6
Draw. 1, 2, 3; Economics. *Thurs.,
Feb. 6-8-12
*This may be used as an irregular

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period provided there is no conflict
with the regular printed schedule
above.
Concerts
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Pro-
gram: Vladimir Golschmann, con-
ductor, has built the following pro-;
gram for the concert which that or-
ganization will give in Ann Arbor on
Jan. 14. The program is given at
this early date in order that those
interested may have opportunity to
familiarize themselves with the num-
bers.
Overture to "Oberon" . . .von Weber
Symphony No. 7, in A major, Op. 921
.... . ................Beethoven
Poco sostenuto: Vivace1
Allegretto
Scherzo: Presto
Allegro con brio
Tone Poem, "Tod und Verklarung,"
Op. 24 ...................Strauss
Symphonic Fragments from the Bal-
let "Daphnis and Chloe" (Second
Suite) ..................... Ravel
a. Lever de Jour (Daybreak)
b. Pantomine
c. Danse General
Exhibitions
Architectural Building Exhibition:
Drawings and designs submitted in
the collaborative competition in
architecture and landscape design,
by students from six middle-western
institutions for the Edward L. Ryer-
son Traveling Fellowships, are now on
view in the Architectural Building.+
Open daily nine to five. The public
is cordially invited.
Events Of Today
Research Club: The December
meeting of the Club will be held at
8 p.m., 2528 East Medical. The fol-
lowing program will be presented:
Arthur L. Dunham, The Influence of
Fuel and Transportation on the De-
velopment of the Iron Industry
in France 1815-1848; Dean B. Mc-
Laughlin, Nova Herculis, 1934, and
Theories of New Stars. There will
be an important meeting of the Coun-
cil at 7:30 p.m.

Bruno Meinecke, of the Latin De-
partment, will speak informally on
"Health Habits Among the Romans."

day afternoon at 4 o'clock, Room 205
Mason Hall. The following students
from the classes will read: Frances
Alpert, Mary Atlee, Lewis Berry, l-
fiver Bridwell, Sally Leavitt, Howard
Meyers, Shirley Crosman, William
Anderson, Naida Goldsrone, Jean

Harrison, Gretchen Kanter, Louise
Mackey, Stuart Sheill, Helene Mar-
tin, Martin Sookne, Ruth Moore,
Grace Woodley, Marjorie Balk, Jane
Christy, Dorothy Claudman, Louise
Samek.
The public is invited.

National Student League meets
7:30 p.m- Room 302 of the Union.

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Michigan Dames Homemaking
Group will have its Christmas party
at the home of Mrs. Irving Palm-
quist, 427 Third Street, 8:00 p.m.
Please bring hospital dolls and wrap-
ped white elephant gifts. Members
with cars and those wishing transpor-
tation are asked to meet in the Lobby
of the Michigan League at 7:50 p.m.
Coming Events
Geology Journal Club: Regular
meeting Thursday, 7:00 p.m. Three
papers will be discussed.
Iota Alpha meeting on Thursday
evening, Dec. 19, 7:30 p.m., Seminar
Room, 3201 E. Eng. Bldg. The speak-
er of the evening will be Professor H.
F. Adams, of the Psychology Depart-
ment, who has selected for his ad-
dress the subject, "Applications of
Psychology to Salesmanship." It is
urgently requested that every member
be present.
Deutscher Zirkel: The Christmas
party will be held at Lane Hall,
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Each member
is requested to bring a 10c gift.
Weekly Reading Hour: A condensa-
tion of "A Christmas Carol" by
Charles Dickens will be given Thurs-
POWDER PUFF
BEAUTY PARLOR
Shampoo and Finger Wave
Monday 35c Balance of Week 50c

Quadrangle Club
Speakers will be H.T
C. Trow. Subjects:
cational Principles
Practice."

meets at 8:15.
M. Dorr and W.
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Scabbard and Blade meeting at
8:00 p.m., Michigan Union. Room
number will be posted. Uniforms re-
quired.
Phi Sigma meets at 8:15 p.m., Room
2116, Natural Science Bldg. Mr. Vol-
ney H. Jones will speak on "American
Indian Agriculture." The initiation
of new members has been postponed
until Jan. 8.
Forestry Club meeting at 7:30 p.m.,
Room 2054, Natural Science Building.
After a short business meeting, Prof.
D. V. Baxter will give an illustrated
lecture on Alaska. The moving pic-
tures to be shown were taken during
the past summer.
Student Volunteer Convention:
meeting at 4:15, at 438 Maynard
Street.
Stanley Chorus Members will meet
in front of the library at 7:30 p.m.
to assist with the campus sing. Meet-
ing will be held at 8:30, immediately
after the sing, at the Union. All mem-
bers must be present.
Freshman Glee Club: Regular
meeting at 4:30 p.m. All members
who can, please come at 4:00 for a
preliminary voice check.
Newcomers of the Faculty Women's
Club Christmas party at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Harley, Barton Hills, at
3:00 o'clock.
Luncheon for Graduate Students,
at 12 o'clock, Russian Tea Room of
the Michigan League Building. Prof.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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