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WEDNESDAY, 1nT;C . ! , 1.936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W~DNESD, DEC. 16, 1936 "-~~3 PIVR THE MICHIGAN DAILY -

Many Parties Map Of Ann Arbor Shows Highlights Of Campusf
Are Arranged
Gifts Will Be Exchanged;
Alumni, Patronesses And
Children To Be Guests I
Finishing the social activities for 4
1036, 23 sororities, fraternities and
residences planned Christmas parties
for this week.
Alpha Chi Omega will hold a party /
tomorrow night for alumnae and __
their children, according to Eva°
Spencer, '37 chairman.
Alpha Epsilon Iota will honor its
alumnae and patronesses at a holi-
day dinner tomorrow night. Alice v
Burton, '38M, is in charge of ar-r
rangements.-
Alpha Epsilon Phi is having a . f
Christmas dinner tomorrow night,
announced Francis Levinson, '37, so- _
cial chairman.
A group of children from the.
Hoover Sunday School will be enter- "
tamed by Alpha Kappa Lambda to- ,
morrow night. The annual pre-vaca- t
tion stag party will take place laters
same evening. c
Exchange Party Held"
Alpha Omicron Pi held its annual m1t
exchange party Monday night, after
which the gifts were sent to children-
in hospitals.
The Alpha Phi actives and pledges3
will entertain two young Mexican
girls at dinher tonight, after which -
they will give them presents for -,_
themseles and their family. Nancy
Cassidy, '38, is in charge. A map of Ann Arbor showing the location of all campus buildings
Alpha Phi gave a buffet supper for icluding the Carillon and the Horace H. Rackham School for Graduate
active members of the sorority, and Studies now under construction as well as the high spots of pampus
presented a gift to the house. activities has een drawn by Bertha Knudson, '38A. The map was
Alpha Xi Delta will hold a Christ- drawn as a classroom project and later printed for general sale. Copies
mas party at the house tonight after may b purchased at all campus bookstores.
the Christmas sing. Gifts will be
exchanged.
Chi Omega will entertain alumni Classical Group Plans J n o r oup
and patronesses at dinner today ac- Yule Meeting Today
cording to Katherine Roderick, '38A, W l
chairman. The program will be given Phi Taul Alpha, classical honoraryEntertain
by new initiates and pledges and will society, will hold a Christmas meet-
be directed by Vera Grey, '38. ing at 8 p.m. today in the League. M aor Aa"U .W
Verses To Be Read Slides of facsimiles of medieval *
Collegiate Sorosis held its Christ- Christmas rituals will be shown with
mas party Monday night for active interpretations given by Emanuel Le- The Major Group of the A.A.U.W.
members and pledges. Santa Claus, vine, '37. will be entertained at dinner and
in the person of Ann Edniunds, '35, Harold Gilmer, '37, will read a meeting at 6:15 p.m. today in the1
distributed gifts and read the verses paper on the background and history League by the Junior members of the1
which were attached to them. of the New Testament and the Vul- organization.<
Delta Delta Delta held a Christmas gate version of the Christmas story Honored guests at the dinner will1
party Monday for 40 children of the will be read in Latin by Burr Clifford, be Mrs. Fred Farrar, state president1
Michigan Children's Aid. Guests were Grad. Carols sung in Latin, and ac- of the American Association of Univ-
patronesses, mothers of town mem- companied by Ruth Morrison, '39, will ersity Women, and Mrs. W. A. C.
bers and officers of the Ann Arbor close the meeting. John, state secretary. Both women
Alliance of the sorority. are from Birmingham.
Delta Gamma held its Christmas . Dean Wilbur Humphreys will be
party last night consisting of a din- T hird League the guest speaker of the evening and
ner and exchange of gifts among the will attend with Mrs. Humphreys.
members. The gifts will'be taken to Also at the speakers table will be
the University Hospital for the chil- a er W il G o Mrs. Wells Bennett, president of the
dren's Christmas party. local A.A.U.W. group, and Miss Su-
One small girl will be entertained On Sale T oday, zan Manchester who will introduce
by members of Kappa Delta sorority' , the speakers.
at their annual Christmas party to- Miss Tresse Musil is in charge of
morrow night. Evelyn Tripp, '37Ed, The third issue of the "League arrangements for the supper, and has
is chairman of the affaii. Lantern" will appear today, it was announced that the tables will be
Kappa Delta Rho fraternity is announced by Marjorie Mackintosh, decorated with Christmas greens
holding a Christmas dinner tonight. '37, chairman of the League publicity Hostesses for the occasion will be
Stag Parties Planned committee and editor of the publica- Miss Mildred Webber, Mrs. Carl Mal-
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity will tion. colm, Mrs. Donald MacLean, Miss
hold a Christmas party for the mem- Featured in this issue is an article Miriam Carey, Miss Waze Culber,
bers of the house from 8 p.m. to 2 on the University carillon by Wilmot Miss Miriam Highley and Mrs. R. C.
a.m. today. Walter Truce, '38, social F. Pratt, carillonneur. There are Schulte.
chairman, is in charge of the party, also articles on the League Open -- ---- -- --
Pi Beta Phi will hold a Christmas House, to be held tomorrow, and the
party at 10:30 p.m. tomorrow for swimming meet, which took place
members living in the house. Songs last week, as well as features on such
will 'be sung around the fireplace subjects as Sophomore Cabaret, Chil- O
A Christmas breakfast will be held dren's Theatre and the Barbour DURING VACATION
at 7 a.m. Friday for all members scholarships. Serving Meals - Week Days
and pledges. Santa Claus will pass A diagram of the proposed women's 11:15 - 1:30 5:15 - 7:30
out gifts with an accompanying swimming pool is also included in Sundays 12 Noon to 3 p.m.
verse to each one present. this issue. Space is given to the two Closed Christmas and
Tau Kappa Epsilon will entertain ss regular monthly columns: "The Al- New Year's Day

its members tomorrow night at a u
taumnae Circle" by Mrs. S. Beach Con-
Christmas party. ger, national secretary of the Alum- Bright Spot
Theta Chi fraternity will hold a nae Association, and "The Campus
Christmas party tomorrow night. Lookout," a digest of local campus 802 Packard Street
Theta Delta Chi fraternity will news.
have a Christmas party for its mem-
bers tomorrow night.
Theta Xi is holding a stag Christ-
mas party Thursday night.
Alumnae House will hold a Christ-
mas entertainment with a special
dinner afterwards tonight. Marian
Getoor, '39, will be in charge of the GIFT SUGG EST IONS
entire affair and Helen Zidok, '37,
and Dorothy Calloway, '38, in charge
of entertainment. A large and choice assortment
Radio Dance To BeHeld in a complete range of prices
An informal dinner and radio
dance will be held tonight at Jordan
Hall. Miss Isabelle Dudley and Miss University
Ruth Barrett will be the chaperons. TYPEWtRaITsECRS
Martha Cook Dormitory will hold'ristmas C rds
its annual Christmas party Thursday ' with Michigan Union, Wo- New L. C. Smith and Cor-
night. There will be a pageant direct- men's League or Angell Hall ona, Remington, Royal, Un-
ed by Marguerite Creighton, '37SM.
Afterwards, a cake will be presented engraved designs. derwood, Noiseless portables
by Mrs. Frederic B. Stevens, of Ann Personal in all models. Reconditioned
Arbor, who is a member of the Board Ch rs as typewriters of all makes.
of Governors. The mothers of the Christmas Cards
residents have been invited as guests
for the party. At 6:30 a.m. Friday printed in our own shop at Le he God
there will be a special Christmas small cost. Prompt service.
breakfast. The residents of the Military Cases, Billfolds,
house will march by candlelight Fountain Pens Bief Cases, Loose ds,
through the halls singing Christmas Brief Cases, Loose Leaf
carols. Breakfast will be served at a Waterman, Wahl, Parker, Note Books, Key Cases,
long table in the corridor. Christmas Sheaffer, Chilton and oth- zipper Items, etc.
greens and red candles will decorate ers, priced $1.00 and up.
the halls.
Helen Newberry Residence will hold
its annual Christmas dinner and indreds'of other novelty itens

Speech To Be Unusual Yule Gifts
Theme Of Last offered By Fashion
IFor This Christmas

Poise Lecture

Importance Voice P
To Be Explained To

lays
day

By Prof. Densmore
Prof. Gail E. Densmore of the I
speech department is to give the last
in the series of "Poise and Personal-
ity" lectures at 4 p.m. today at thel
League. Professor Densmore will talk
on voices and personality, it was an-
nounced by Jean Hatfield, '37, chair-J
man of the League orientation com-
mittee.
In his lecture Professor Densmore
will explain the part the voice plays
in a pleasing personality and how one
may make a favorable impression
through the voice. The lecture is
open and free of charge.
This will conclude the series which
has been sponsored by the orienta-
ion committee principally for the
Benefit of freshmen woman. Atten-
dance has not been compulsory and
all of the talks have been open to
the public.
This is the first lecture which has
not been sponsored by a local shop.
Such topics as hairdressing, make-
up, correct clothes for campus and
more formal occasions have been dis-
cussed, with the help of undergrad-
uate women who served a models.
The room in which the lecture to-
day is to be held will be posted on the
bulletin board near the League desk
according to Miss Hatfield.
Mrs. Waite Lands
'Individual' Homes
One's cottage should be comfort-
able, attractive, and possess indivi-
duality according to Mrs. John Waite
who gave the last in the series . of
interior decorating lectures at 4 p.m.
yesterday in the League.
Mrs. Waite stressed particularly
that the furniture of the cottage
should be simple and useful. She
favors built-in furniture because it
conserves space and can be put to
more uses.
To illustrate her lecture, the speak-
er showed several articles which she
herself had made to make her cot-
tage more livable. Among these was
a bed lamp and dresser lamp com-
bination made of a small bread pan
turned upside down.

I he Princess of Fashion steps up
with each new season ,flourishes her
magic wand, and, lo and behold! in-
triguing new styles appear. Her
royal highness has been thoughtful
beyond comparison in creating cold
weather protections for formal wear
in the approaching holiday time. So,
if you are in a quandry as to what
sort of a gift to give the girl "who
just has everything," Ann Arbor of-
fers several unusual suggestions.
For young gadabouts who trek
from party to party, there are car-
riage boots in styles to suit every
taste. They come in black velvet
with black fur-trimming, in white,
rubber with white fur-trimming, and,
for those less conventional individ-
uals, shoe stores are showing them
in colors.
Red is especially dashing against
the sparkling whiteness of the snow.
Besides being decorative and con-
forming to the shape of the ankle,
these boots keep feet and ankles
warm and comfortable. They come
with snap and zipper fasteners and
lace or wrapabout closing.
Then there are evening hoods
which cherish coiffures while en-
hancing the charms of the wearer.
These, likewise, come in black and
white as well as colors. The hood
doubles as a collar when not used
to cover the head.
Last, but certainly not of least
importance, are those fuzzy white
angora mittens whose little-girl de-
mureness, which may, at first, seem
ridiculous to many, is in striking con-
trast to the smooth sophistication of
the modern wrap.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Alpha Xi Delta announces the
pledging of Gladys W. Ward, '39, of
Nanking, China.

Preferred Sale
Of Ball Tickets
To End Fridayl
Early Reservations Urged
For Interfraternity Dance
By Committee HeadI
Ticket reservations for the Inter-
fraternity Ball, to be held Jan. 15,
may be made from 3 to 5 p.m. every
day this week at the Interfraternity
Council office in Room 304 in the
Union, according to Arthur Lundahl,
'38, co-chairman of the ticket com-
mittee.
Because of the large advance de-
mand, Lundahl urges fraternities to
make their reservations before the
general sale of tickets immediately
after Christmas vacation. Tickets will
be sold at $2.50. Reservations may
also be made with committee mem-
bers.
As in other years, the tickets will
be sold exclusively to members of
fraternities and will be limited in
number to 300. Last year's ball had
a ticket sell-out three weeks in ad-
vance, George Cosper, '37, general
co-chairman of the ball stated.
Fletcher Henderson will provide
the music for the dance which will
be held in the Union ballroom. Hen-
derson, who has a colored band, also
arranges numbers for Benny Good-
man. His organization is considered
one of the finest colored bands of the
Middle West and has been featured
lately in Chicago.

Mitchell To Speak
At Luncheon Today
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell of the
physical education department will
speak on the Olympic Games at the
last graduate luncheon before vaca-
tion to be held at noon today in the
Russian Tea Room of the League.
These meetings are held for the
purpose of giving the graduate stu-
dents an opportunity to become ac-
quainted with each other and with
the work in departments of the Univ-
ersity other than those in which
they are working. This is done by
having each week as guests faculty
members who talk informally on a
subject connected with their depart-
ments.
Those attending the meetings get
their lunches at the League cafe-
teria and carry the trays across the
hall to the Russian Tea Room where
the talks are given. About 35 stu-
dents usually attend the luncheons.
Women's Badminton
Tournament To Start
Women interested in the women's
singles badminton tournament may
sign up this week in Barbour Gym-
nasium, according to Betty Lyon, '39,
in charge of women's badminton. The
first round will be played off the first
week after vacation .
Tournaments with the Ann Arbor
Club, the Ypsilanti Club, and possibly
with Michigan State Normal School,
are being planned, Miss Tyon said.
A progressive tournament will take.
place at a guest night to be held some
Wednesday after the holidays. The
mixed group will meet a University
High School group the second or
third week in January.

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