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SAT[ R~DAY, DEC. P1.r,1936




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More Than 350 1 Church Guild PlansI
oupes AtendA ICristmas Program,
Csen1e Westminster Guild of the
'36 Soph Prom IPresbyterian Church will hold an in-
formal Christmas party from 8:30
p.m. to midnight tonight at Lane
First Class Dance Of Year Hall.
Committees in charge are: Ken-
Ij ainbow Roo R 'le1 neth Bove, '38, chairman of pro-
B Christmas Spirit grams, who will be assisted by Brucel
Anthony, '40, and Antony Allbers-

Fashion Decrees
"I it ten Hands Up'
For Smart Women

Campus Groups
To Hold Many
Holiday Dances
Fraternities And Sororities
Will Initiate Pledges At
Ceremonies Tonight



Hands up! Mittened hands up!
The order echoes and re-echoes from
sporty skiiers scaling snow-peaked
mountains to warmth-loving college-
bound women and even to these same
chic damsels on their way to tete-a

Chapel Group To Hold
Dance Today At Union
St. Mary's Student Chapel will
ponsor a dance from 3 to 5 p.m. to-
day in the Union ballroom. All Cath-
o students and their friends are in-
ited to attend.
This will be the last dance that
will be held before R.ev. Fr. Allen J.
Babcock, student chaplain, leaves for
his new post in Rome.
Members of the committee in
harge of the dance are Phil Hart,
37L, Don Seigel, '39E, Frank Dan-
nemiller, '37, Max Schoetz, '39E, Phil
Woodworth, '39, Beatrice DeVine,
38L, Virginia Renz, '37L,

400 Women AttendI
Second League Tea


IGraduate students will hold a
More than 400 students attended Christmas party from 9 p.m. to mid-
the second in a series of League un- night today in the Women's Athletic
dergraduate teas which was held Building according to Miss Jeannette
from 4 to 6 p.m. yesterday in the ball- Perry, assistant to the dean of women,
room of the League. Assisting at the who is in charge.
tea table was Margaret Hamilton, '37, There will be dancing in the
chairman of the tea. Miss Ethel lounge, Miss Perry said, with a floor
A. McCormick, social director of the show in the intermission. Also in-
League, was seen talking to Hope cluded in the list of amusements are
Hartwig, '38. Margaret Curry, '38, bowling, progressive ping pong, for-
wore gold, Barbara Talcott, '39A, wore tune-telling and bridge, for which
a brown and Margaret McBeth, '40, prizes will be given. Tickets are
wore a blue knit with a red belt. priced at 35 cents.

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Dance Will Be Given
By Graduate Students

More than 350 couples attended the
Soph Prom which was held from 10,
pan. to 2 a.m. yesterday in the Uniofn l
Ballroom. Barney Rapp and his New
Englanders furnished the music for
the first class dance of the year.
Leading the grand march was Da-
vid lDrysdale, general chairman, who
had as his guest, Marguerite Richter,
'40 Miss Richter chose a white crepe.

formal cut on princess lines, which*
had puffed sleeves and little buttons}
down the back. With it she wore red'
velvet accessories.'
Bunty Bain, chairman of the dec-
cration committee, also wore white.:
A two-toned sash of lilac and blue
hung to the floor in the back. In
her hair Miss Bain had a coronet with
Others noticed in the grand march
were Marion Dailey, '38, in hyacinth
slipper" satin with short sleeves and
flowers at the neck. Ruth Marcus,
'39, who attended the prom with Saul
Kleiman selected black velvet. Her
gown' was cut on severe lines with
an off-the-shoulder neckline and a
Two other guests of committee
members also were seen in white.
Marjorie Link, '39, who was the guestj
of Richard Fox, wore a white pebble
crepe with black velvet lacing up the
back and around the neck. Dorothy
Rupper, '38gd., selected an off-white

burg, '40; Mildred Hayes, '39M, tetes, teas, or shopping tours. Chief among the nine dance cam- c
chairman of decorations, whose com- For those ski, skate, or toboggan pus organizations are giving tonight '
mittee is made up of Walter Luski, fres thenLayersC ristasgfor n
'37, and Jean Ebersole, '40SM; Mary ing than mittens with snow-white is the Lawyer's Club Christmas for-
Reek, '40, chairman of refreshments m mal. Seven other houses are an- '
and reception, who is to be assisted palms and boldly checked backs.
These may match the ski-vest, the1 nouncing pledgings and initiations
by Hazel Jensen, '40, and Charles jacket, the sweater, visor, or scarf- today.
let personal preference be the guide.-7 Acacia will hold a formal dance to-
Chaperons for the affair will be' That they match, or be in contrast night. Chaperons will be Mr. and
Rev. W. P. Lemon, minister of the with, something is, however, the de- Mrs. C. Russel Pryce and Mr. and
Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Le- cree. Mrs. N. B. Snell.
mon, and Miss Elizabeth Leinbach. With cold, biting winds sweeping I Alpha Chi Omega will hold its
Special program features will be around the ankles and sneaking up annual closed pledge formal tonight.
Christmas carolling at the homes of the sleeves of class-ward trudging Dr. and Mrs. William C. Steere and
shut-ins, pian specialities by Bovee students, mittens and matching Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Nyman will be
and Anthony, holiday games and ex- anklets undeniably offer the solution the chaperons.
change of gifts. Decorations will to the problem of how to escape the Alhapion Pl
consist of a Christmas tree and other shivers. Woolen mitts, lined or un- Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold a
appropriate decorations. lined, and sox in stripes, plaids, or closed pledge and initiation formal
checks are being shown for this pur- tonight at the Union, according to
MICHIGAN DAMES pose. Frances Levison, '37, social chairman.
The regular meeting of the music Now that Christmas is just around The chaperons be Mr F.dLoeb,
theproerbal orerhous sentinDr. and Mrs. Schiller, Mr. and Mrs.
group of the Michigan Dames has the proverbial corner, hours spent in
been postponed this month. shopping are becoming the order of M Karbel.
__ ___;the day. Under such conditions, Alpha Gamma Delta will hold a
hands may be kept as "warm as closed formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs.
Phi Sigma Kappa announces they are clothed in snug, King Stutzman, Miss Ruth Pence,
initiation of: Rodman Whitford, '39E' big mittens with suede palms and Mrs. Frank Phelps and Mrs. H. A.
and Paul Hening,'38E.furry beaver backs. ; Tennant will chaperon.
At that smart tea or important Hermitage will hold a formal dance
metallic crepe which was trimmed tete-a-tete be ultra smart and open from 9 to 12 p.m. tonight. The chap-
with gold sequins. Barbara Marion your bag with fingers encased in erons will be Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
of Grosse Pointe, who was the guest black Persian Lamb mittens with Meecham and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
of Robert Vander Pyl, looked lovely in black, leather palms stitched inkHendley.
gold satin with a white orchid cor- white. However, these are more ef- To Hold Formal
sage. fective with a black wool outfit trim- Kappa Alpha Theta will hold a
med with Persian Lamb than with closed formal tonight. Mr. and Mrs.
an all-fur coat. Fred Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Coping with the cold is, each year, Sinclair of Detroit and Mrs. Hazel




becoming less and less a difficulty Myioore will chaperon.



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crr5P Chrictmas party tonight. Prof. and
5c19 rs. Merwin Waterman, Miss Inez!
wised To . zorth., and Mrs. Julia Jamison will
be the chaperons.
Phi Beta Pi, medical fraternity,
Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, president of will hold a closed informal dance to-
the women's branch of the Michigan night. The chaperons are Dr. and
Club, announced in the last meeting Mrs. Max Durfee and Dr. and Mrs.
of the club that as a result of the Walter Keitzer.
membership drive that has been con- Theta Kappa Psi fraternity will
ducted, the enrollment of the club is hold a closed radio party tonight,
now 500.. after the hockey game. The chaper-
Mrs. Harold Trosper is the chair- os will be Dr.and Mrs. Gayly Me-
man of the membership committee heny and Dr. and Mrs. Walter W.
which is made up of 25 women, Sawyer.
through whose efforts the member- To Hold Initiation
ship of the club was raised from Alpha Chi Sigma will initiate the
drive ended at that date, and an ad following members today: John At-
drie ededattha daeandan d-kinson, '39, Edward Kazmark, '38E, I
ditional 100 women have joined since Robert Moore, '38E, Edward Reed,
the. rhpis e o lma,'38E, Harry Stumpf, '39E, and Wil-
Membrshi isopento lumneiam Sullivan, '37.
and anyone interested in the scholar- lta Gan, 'i t
ship program sponsored by the club follwinGawomnatwi11ia.tomor-
may become asspociatemembers.cl followng women at 11 a m.atomoh-
row: Barbara Bradfield, '38, Jean
The purpose of the membership Bourg, '40, Phyllis Elder, '39, Betty
drive, and also the series of money- Ward, '39, and Marjory Williams, '40.
making projects that are planned for Delta Sigma Phi fraternity will
the year, is to enable the club to con- hold a banquet at the chapter house
tinue and enlarge their scholarship today in honor of the 15th anniver-
project. sary of the founding of the Xi chap-
This year, for the first time in the ter of the fraternity. Guests of hon-
history of the organization, the or at the dinner will be the charter
scholarships offered by the club are members of the Xi chapter, Mayor
to go to Ann Arbor women only. Robert Cambell, Dean Clarence
Yoakum and Prof. Robt. E. Rodkey.
Other guests will be Prof. Merwin
Waterman and Mr. L. L. Laing.
Sigma Nu fraternity announces the
pledging of Frank Burns, '37, Ann
Theta Xi announces the initiation
roHorace W. Greenway, '37, today.


Membeship Of
Michifan C1ubh

Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold a
pledge formal tonight. Chaperons
will be Regent Esther G. Cram and
Mr. Cram, Mrs. Sadie -Powers, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Anketell and Mrs.
Frank Oakes.
The Law Club will hold its annual

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Masonic Temple, at 327 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. W. P. Lemon. Minister
Miss Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant.
10:45 a.m. - "A Hero with a Wounded Heel."
Third of an Advent series. Sermon by th l
Minister. Student Choir.
6:30 p.m. - Westminster Student Guild.
Supper and Social hour with a Christmas
8:00 p.m. - Westminster Guild Players wil
present "The Tinker," a three-act play by
Fred Eastman. Public invited. No admis-
sion charge.
409 South Division
Services Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Reading Room, 206 East Liberty
(Missouri Syno)
Cor. Third and Liberty Streets
Carl A. Bauer, Minister
10:45 a.m. - Sermon, "John the Baptist."
4:00 to 7:30 -Student Christmas Party.
7:30 p.m.-Advent Service. "Isaac's

Oakland and East University.
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director.
10:00 a.m. -Sunday School
11:00 a.m. - Chanukuh program
2:45 p.m. - Pop Concert.
8:00 p.m. - Dr. Bernard Heller,
and Victims of Dictators."

for children

Club To Hear Talk
By Mrs._Pargment
Mrs. Lila Pargment will be the
guest speaker at the International
Dinner to be given by the American
Association of University Women at
6:30 tomorrow in the Michigan Union
Mrs. Pargment, who is assistant
professor of Russian literature, will
speak on 'Contemporary Russian
Culture." She was born in Russia and
spent the early part of her childhood
thEre. Since the revolution, she has
Made four trips back to the country
of her birth.
In August, Mrs. Pargment returned
to the United States after a visit of
eight months in Russia. This was
the second trip during which she
made special effort to study the edu-
1 cational system of the country.
While there, she studied at the
Pedagogical Institute for the Study
of Literature at the University of
Moscow.. A course of lectures on the
Russian theatre at a dramatic school
for actors was also studied by Mrs.
During her stay in Russia, Mrs.
Pargment included lower forms of
cducation in her survey. She visited
variouzs high schools and secondary
schools around Moscow, and will pre-i
-ent her views on their development
in her speech.
Reservayions for the dinner must
Ye rnade by 10 a.m. today. Christmas


East Huron between State and Division
10:45 a.m. - Mr. Sayles, Sermon.
12:00 a.m. - Mr. Chapman's Class at Guild
Corner Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor.
Morning worship - 10:30
South 'Fourth' Avenue, near Packard
Rev. T. R. Schmale, Pastor
10: 30 a.m. - Morning Worship. Sermon topic
"The Trumpet of Zion."
7:00 p.m. -Student Fellowship and Youth

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