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SUNDAY, DEC. 13, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Annual Interfraternity Ball W ill Be Held Jan.15 In Union B

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Cosper, Mann
Are Announced
To Head Dance
Fletcher Henderson Band
Will Play; Ticket Sale
Starts Tomorrow
The fourth annual Interfraternity
Ball will be given from 9 p.m. to 1
a m.. Friday, Jan. 15; in the Union
Ballroom, George Cosper, '37, presi-
dent of the Interfraternity Council
announced last night.
Fletcher Henderson's band has
been secured to play for the affair.
For the past year, Henderson has
been featured at the Grand Terrace
ballroom in Chicago. His band has
been recently rated one of the best
colored bands in the Middle West and
has a strong following in Chicago.
Chairmen Named
Cosper and John Mann, '37, have
been announced co-chairmen for the
dance. Mann is secretary of the
council.
Other appointments for the affair
include: Arthur B. Lundahl, '38, and
Robert Stuart, '38, co-chairmen of
the ticket committee; Lowell Krieg,
'38, and James Kendrick, '38, head
of 'the decoration committee; Wil-
liam McHenry, '38, publicity chair-
man; James Barco, '38, music chair-
man; Goff Smith, '38, head of the
program committee; Howard Ark, '38,
chairman of the floor committee, and
Malcolm Levenson, '39, head of the
patron's committee.
Ticket Sale Announced
Tickets for the ball will go on sale
tomorrow and can be obtained from
committee chairmen. Fraternities
were urged to make their reservations
early by Mann, who pointed to last
year's sell-out three weeks previous
to the dance. He also said that as
in the past the tickets will be sold
only to fraternity men and that the
number of tickets will be limited to
300. The price of the tickets has
not yet been determined according to
Cosper.
The decorations for the dance have
not yet been announced. However,
Mann said that the committee on
decorations was working on a no-
tion involving representation of the
various fraternities by having an
image of their badges projected on a
screen by a piture apparatus.
Russian Culture
Will. Be Subject
Of Talk Tonioht
"Contemporary Russian Culture"
will be the title oftMrs. Lila Parg-
ments speech at the International
Dinner to be given by the American
Association of University Women at
6:30 p.m. today in the Michigan
Union Terrace.
Mrs. Pargment, who is assistant
professor of Russian literature, was
born in Russia and spent the early
part of her childhood there.
Those who will sit at the speakers
table with Prof. and Mrs. Michael
Pargment are Prof. and Mrs. Wells
I. Bennett, Mrs. John F. Shepard,
chairman ofthe International Rela-
tions Dinners, and Prof. Shepard;
Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Sellars, Prof.
and Mrs. Howard Y. McClusky, Prof.
and Mrs. W. C. Trow, Prof. H. R. Cof-
fey and Pro. V. B. Windt.
Mrs. A. H. Blume. Mrs. Stephen
Attwood, Mrs. Francis Nord and Mrs.
J. J. Wood of Ypsilanti will serve as
hostesses. The tables will be dec-
orated with Christmas greens and
red tapers

Kappa Delta Sorority
To Honor Chaperon
Mrs. Lydia Wilson, Kappa Delta
chaperon, will be honored by a tea
being given this afternoon at the
chapter house, 1620 Cambridge Road,
according to Jane Fitzgerald, '37Ed.,
social chairman.
Patronesses who will pour include
Mrs. W. Hunt, Mrs. C. Meloche, Mrs.
C. Edmunds, Mrs. A. E. White, Mrs.
E. R. Sunderland, and Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick. Other sorority presidents
and chaperons and Detroit and Ann
Arbor alumni will be guests.
Watch out for the new watches!
They can be pinned to the lapel, hid
in lockets, worn dangling on brace-
lets or even made into round crystal
paper weights that sway like tops.
HAVE
YOUR
HAIR
DONE
HERE!

Student Chief

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isical Sorority
Will Hold Service

A candlelight Christmas service will,
be presented by Alpha chapter of
Sigma Alpha Iota, national music so-
ciety, at 2:15 p.m. today in the First
Congregational church. The alumnae
will assist the active chapter with the
program, which is open to the public.
Among those included on the pro-
gram are Mary Porter, Spec.SM, Lou
White, '37SM, Mrs. Neil Staebler,
Marguerite Creighton, '37SM, Miss
Thelma Newell, Isabel Wray, '39SM,
and Mary Frances McDonough, '38-
SM. The flute and string sinfonietta
consists of Eileen Icheldinger, '38SM,
Charlotte Lewis, Spec. SM. Beryl
Harrison, '39SM, Mary McCrory,
'39SM, and Miss MacDonough. Mrs.
Haelen Snyder and Mrs. Staebler will
direct..

Sports, Exercise Will Insure
Youthful Fig ures, Good Looks'
By MARY ALICE MACKENZIE is not too expensive, and courts are
To insure good looks, a happy dis- usually handy. Swimming ranks with
position, and that youthful figure tennis.
I ~She belives that riding takes too
which every, woman wants, Dr. Mar- much time and money. Hiking she
garet Bell, Director of Physical Edu- thinks, is recreation in its highest
cation for Women and Director of sense, and here she mentioned the
the University Health Service, during youth hostels. These, she believes,
Dr. Warren Forsythe's absence, ad- are excellent because they afford a
vises starting to perpetuate them socializing influence and give the
now through participation in well participants opportunity to see their
played sports. country and meet their countrymen,
Dr. Bell says that there is no sub- in addition to giving them healthful
stitute for exercise. She explained advantages. All individual sports,
mnat many people diet rigorously, though, are valuable.
have massages, use vibrators, or walk Exercise Economies
an ordinary amount, and then be- Dr. Bell brought out some interest-
lieve that they will keep their "girl- ing points in talking about the
ish figures." However they are economy of exercise. For one thing
wrong. For they themselves must one needs food and there is less
work by exercising. chance of accidents.
Muscles Show Age A few warnings were issued how-
A great value of exercise is in ever. Dr. Bell advices one not to

Mitchell Will Seak of the League, Prcfessor Mitchell has-
At Gaduae LLI1Ch~oj chosen to talk on the subject of the"'
At Gr'adu ate Lucheon Olympic Games held in Berlin
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell, director
of intramural sports, will be the FACULTY WOMEN TO MEET '
speaker at the last graduate stu- The newcomers setion of the Fac-
dents' luncheon to be given before ulty Women's Club will hold a Christ-
vacation, which is to be held at noon mas party and tea at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Wednesday in the Russian Tea Room in the home of Mrs. John L. Brumm.,
The

GfID4IBOUT

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For Information --Cali MISS JONES at 2-3241

- Associated Press Photo
Maxine Goodman, 20, a fresh-
man in the school of law at Ohio
State University, has been elected
chief justice of the student court
there.

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Profit Of $500
From CabaretI
Is Announced
Money To Go To League
Undergraduate F u n d;
Fair Makes$200
At a meeting of the central com-
mittee for Sophomore Cabaret re-
cently, it was determined that nearly
$500 was cleared by the sophomore
women's project alone.
The League Fair, given in cbnjunc-
tion with the cabaret, it was an-
nounced, made a profit of $200, bring-'
ing the total to $700. This amount
is considerably greater than that of
last year, despite the fact that ad-
vertising was not solicited for the
programs.
All the proceeds from the cabaret
will go to the League Undergraduate
Fund, which carries the expenses of
the League Library, buying books
and paying the salary of the libriar-
ian. One of the most important ac-
tivities .of the Undergraduate Fund
is the scholarships which it awards
to various women on campus each
year.
At the meeting, Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick congratulated the commit-
tee members on their alertness.

TIhree FormerI
Students Name
Wedding Dates
Myrtle Cooper, Lois Tilley,
Margherita Ward, Give
Marriage Plans
Three engagements of former Un-
iversity students were announced re-
cently.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lewis Ward
of Pontiac announce the engagement
of their daughter, Margherita Wisner
Ward, to Henry Thomson Raymond,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting
Raymond of Detroit. Miss Ward's
marriage, which is set for Dec. 29,
will take place at the home of her
parents with Dr. S. S. Marquis of
Christ Church, Cranbrook officiating.,
Miss Ward attended the University
of Michigan in 1934 where she was a
member of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Myrtle Cooper's engagement to
Franklin D. Dougherty, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank B. Dougherty of De-
troit, has been announced ,by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William L.
Cooper of Detroit. Miss Cooper, af-
filiated with Zeta Tau Alpha, attend-
ed Albion College and was graduated
from the University of Michigan. The
wedding will take place the latter
part of June.
Another wedding of the holidays
will take place Dec. 28 when Lois F.
Tilley, daughter of Prof. and Mrs.
Morris Tilley of Ann Arbor, will be
married to Samuel Schneider of New
York. Miss Tilley is affiliated with
Collegiate Sorosis.

keeping the muscles short. One of
the characteristics of old age is
drooping muscles, especially around
the face and muscles. Dr. Bell
brought out the fact that when
people have their faces lifted, their
muscles are mechanically shortened
and she said that face lifting could
be delayed by exercise. For without
it muscles become flabby and long.
There is a fundamental emotional'
satisfaction and a joy in sports well!
played. They afford relaxation andf
a temporary relief from worry. How-
ever, Dr. Bell pointed out, the only
ones to enjoy sports after graduation
are those who through training in
youth were able to obtain a love for
them and a skill in them. This means
that one has to stay with a sport
until the "dub" stage is passed.
Tennis Praised

exercise when too tired. Also she sug-
gests that one should have plenty of
time to relax after any exercise. But
when properly done Dr. Bell main-
tains that exercise is a fundamental
health habit with the addition of an
emotional quality, and she - claims
that one will get more satisfaction
out of life if well trained in sports.
1 Extrau PeriodsAdded

At W.A.A.:

Rifle Range

SIX MORE DAYS, people, and
then the general exodus! And it
really won't seem like such a very
long six days - not the way time
flies in Ann Arbor (sometimes I
really think we skip a few days -
here and there! And speaking
of time's flying -let's not forget
to finish that Christmas shopping.
Last time I noticed, the list still
looked rather long!
REMEMBER, last week I men-
tioned December 14th as a red-
letter day - will now I'm going
to let you in on the grand sur-
prise. Hold your seats, girls, it's
a big one! There is to be a spe-
cial offer at CALKINS-FLETCH-
ER'S of Mary Dunhill products.
Now here's the trick-very simple,
I assure you, and most profitable
- with the purchase of any of
the Mary Dunhill products-face
powder. pevfume, creams (all
beautifully scented with gardenia)
a Mary Dunhill lipstick (also gar-
denia) will be given away-gratis!
Tall news, don't you think? So
any time on December 14th or af-
ter(up to December 26) this offer
holds good - so go to it girls, you
will love it - and so will the men!
* * *:
WANT TO WORK OFF a few of
the more difficult items of that
Christmas list, girls? It WOULD
be a relief wouldn't it! Well, the
easiest and very best way out is
to take a few hours off and shop
in WAGNERS. Let's see - there's
Dad, that big brother, AND the

"one and only" that we saw you
with at Panhell a while back. And
incidentally, Wagners have won-
cerfully helpful "thoughts" for
ihis all important problem. Now
there are beautiful hand made
satin ties -- which would be the
pride of any wearer - and lovely
.car ves - imported too-and now
there's the Vicuna cf Scotch wools
and the supreme representatives
from Czechoslovakia and Poland.
Really the very finest thing in
"mufflertry !" English Argyle
socks and grand cable - stitch
sweaters are right in the fore this
year, too. OH! I could go on and
on with suggestions - but you
just see for yourself!
VACATION AND CHRISTMAS so
near means loads of parties to pre-
pare for -- see the old gang again
and what not. So why not give
yourself a treat too in this season
of giving, by having MRS. DIMAT-
TIA fix you up along the "hair
line." A new permanent would be
just the thing to make you all the
lovelier for that gay round of
parties. So take time out in be-
tween those shopping tours and
get all set for a Merry Christmas!
Your budget can stand it too, be-
cause Michigan girls are clever
fixers. Right?
SO 'bye now for a while. This
is your gadder-abouter wishing
you the merriest of MERRY
CHRISTMASES!

Because of the large turnout of
women for rifle this season, extra
half-hour periods have been added
to each day of shooting at the range
in the WAA Building. it was an-
nounced by Frances Odell, '38, wom-
en's rifle manager.
The Monday-Wednesday section
has challenged the Tuesday-Thurs-a

One should choose her sports ac- day section and at the close of the
cording to her appetite and physical semester the losers will entertain the
abilities. Dr. Bell considers tennis to winners. Also accepted and new chal-
be one of the greatest all-around lenges are being received for the In-
sports. Most people can play it as it tercollegiate Telegraphic matches
which will start after Christmas. f
THETA XI TO HOLD TEA Beginners are aided by the co-

Theta Xi is holding a tea from 5
to 8 p.m. today, according to Carlton
Nelson, '37E, social chairman. The,

operation of Major Kelly of the R.O.-
T.C. and following his investigation
and suggestion a new lighting system
for the range is being considered.

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chaperons
H. Higbie
Freeman.

will be Prof. and Mrs. H.
and Mr. and Mrs. James

A Holiday Array of all the Lovelest...

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WATCH ES
and Jewelry Repairing
at Rseasonable. Prices.
Crystals 35c
FISHOW'S
231 S. State -- Paris Cleaners

Accessory Gifts

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Wrapped in Beauty and Luxury
that carry the Christmas Spirit
throughout the Year .. .

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FLOWERS
Violets and Gardenias in cello-
phane and silver boxes . . . also
novelty flowers in fancy designs
59c and $1.00

Gloves for warmth and fashion
found in fabrics . . . cape,
French kids . . . and pigskins
. . . all in the popular winter
shades. $1.00 to $4.95

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"gifts of flattery"N
a can make them as
l...or as frivolous :r t .
ou please...for we
1 kinds and colors.,
far the finest selec-
ou'Ve ever seen..
ht now is the best
ie to buy them!
a~
Vel Empire Styles
Fur Trimmed Satius
Crushed Velvets
Satin D'Orsays
genuine Kid Leathers
and many others in
*.-*.*~*****~gorgeous colors!

... for delight in handling and
practicability choose one of
these met-calf or suede bags ...
also beaded novelties or one of
fashions back strap pouches or
the new handle style . . . all
these lovely bags within such
values as $1.00 to $2.95. Others
to $10.95
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Every womar's heart turns
to';ard jewelry whether it be
pearl or gold beads . .. in one,
bracelets to match . . . found
brilliantly in rhinestones . . .
May we suggest brilliants or
rhinestones in earrings, clips
. . . for street, evenings or
formal wear.
$1.00 to $3.95

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Scarfs are found in three-
cornered and ascot types ... in
crepes,,sheer-wools, velvets' and
metallic.
59c to $1.95. Others to $3.95

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