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W7RIDAY, DEC. 18, 10Z

THE MICHIGAN DAIL

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TIlE MIChIGAN DAILT

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Holiday Plans
Include Trips
To Visit South
Si dents Leave Ann Arbor
For Bermuda, Florida,
Southern Canada
lce and snow and cold wintery
blasts will be left behind by many
students who plan to spend Chrit-
mas vacation basking in the sun in
Filoiida and Bermuda and other parts
cf the "Sunny South."
Those who will vacation in Ber-
muda are Jack Thom, '38, and Charles
Darling, '38. Dorothy Curtis, '39, wil]
.ail tomorrow on "The Monarch of
Bermuda" and plans to stay for two
w-eks.
Florida will be the destination of
Lewis Bulkeley, '38. John Bulkeley,
'39, and Frank Wilkinson, '39, who
will visit a t Fort Lauderdale, Jane
Peckinpaugh, '38, will spend the holi-
cdays in St. Petersburg with her par-
ents. Katherine Burgess, '37, will be
in Jacksonville.
To Travel In South
Other parts of the south will be
visited by Richard Ryan, '39L, whc
will go to Augusta, Ga. Jeanice
Byrne, '37SM, of Du Quain, Ill., whc
is meeting her family in New Orleans,
will remain there until New Years.
Mary Pope, '40, will be the guest of
larie Vernon, Grad., at the latter's
home in Anniston, Ala.

olympic Winer

Fraternity Ball
Ticket Sell Out
Announced
Waiting List Reservations
Will Be Accepted Today,
Says John Mann
Ticket reservations for the Inter-
fraternity Ball to be held on Jan. 15
have already exceeded the quota set
at 300, John Mann, '37, co-chairman
cf the affair announced yesterday.1
All further reservations received from
fraternities today will be placed on
the waiting list.I
pPr tnfin tn r ncra n h

Purses Are Roomy,
Yet VeryCompact
What is more to be desired than
a practical luxury? The answer to
this unsolveable questiorr is a hand-
bag. Practical, because of their room-
iness for all of milady's necessary gad-
gets, and a luxury for adding the fin-
ishing touches to a costume.
Bags are being used for every time
of day this year, however a different
bag for each occasion is essential. In
the morning, for shopping or for
classes, a large roomy bag of an-
telope suede, with handles of crystal
and an easily opened clasp. The lin-
ing is of a non-soilable suede, having
large pockets to pigeon hole all of
the essentials.
For a luncheon, a smaller bag, also
of antelope, with a-chain handle is
appropriate. The style is clever, be-

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ries in the essay contest for
ffiliated women being sponsored
esident Ruthven may be handed
til 5 p.m. today, the President
contest, outstanding because
unusual prizes, is based on es-
af "What My Objectives Should
College." The awards consist
Ilfred B. Shaw's, "Dr. Angell's
s," a can of Gracie Allen's to-
juice, and a kiss-proof lipstick.
Ruthven announced the con-
at the recent Assembly Ban-
where he said the competition
to be limited to non-affiliated
n. The purpose of the contest,
Lthven explained, was to deter-
what the serious objectives of
udents attending the University
d be as contrasted to what they
equently are.
entries should be handed in at
1017 Angell Hall, Dr. Ruthven
adding that the essays must
nited to 50 words. The judges
been appointed and their de-
will be final.
considerable number of essays
already been received, Dr. Ruth-
nnounced last night, saying that
inners of the contest would be
d after the holiday season.
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appoprate The styleas clevr, be
neser vaL1ips Looepiaceaon Ln e ing modeled after the old-time feed
waiting list today can be made with bag. with a draw string to hold it to-

In the sxix am. nual Associated Press pol), Helen
1 Lecn vc-ed the outstanding feminine athlete of
and ab:: d in the Olympic games. Alice Marble (
.ha1mion wn secnvd place. Third place wast
th winn r of bcih the America" and British golf c

- Associated Press Photo
Stephens (center) of Fulton, Mq., who is 20 years old,
1936. Mies Stephens won honors in track, both at home
rigM) of San Francisco who is the new United States
voted to Pamela Barton (left) of England. Miss Barton is
hampionships.

committee members or in Room 304 gether. women
in the Union where they have been With evening coming on, the purses Dr. R
accepted all week. Tickets will be grow smaller and more glamorous. mie
The small vanity bag, square and flat the st
sold the week following Christmas is perfect for tea. It is complete in should
vacation. The price is $2.50. the fittings for lipstick, compact, too fr
This popularity accorded the ball cigarette case and even a small vial AllE
was described by George Cosper, '37, of perfume. For formal wear the Room
president of the Interfraternity Coun- colors run riot. The essential being, said,1
cil yesterday as a combination of the that the bag must match the trim. be lin
reputation of Fletcher Henderson'sI- havel
orchestra and the growing fame of PUBLICATIONS DINNER cision
each successive ball. Last year's dance The Board in Control of Student A c
had a complete sell-out of tickets Publications gave an annual dinner have a
several weeks in advance. This year's for the senior members of The Daily ven ai
ball will be the fourth annual one. staff and the night editors Wednes- the w
Because of the rapid sell out of day night at the Union. named
tickets, Cosper said that it will prob-
ably be necessary to work out a
scheme of dividing the tickets be-
,veen the various houses. -

European Ski Experts Favor,
White Jackets With Snow Suits'

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There are some who seem to prefer *Buttons And Whip-Cord are half one color and half another
the snow and ice of the north as are shown.
a setting for the Christmas holiday. Piping Used For 'rin Ski-o-twill, that superlative woolen
Jane Willoughby, '38, will spend sev- O Thes4e New Quffits woven with lastex, is used in a me-
e~ral days in Kitchener, Can., as guests ticulously cut and simple gray jacket.
of Marian Galloway. Betty Wood- By PHYLLIS MINER It is very light weight and has!
worth, '37, will visit Peggy Campton, The snow queens of this year will shoulder tabs and elastic sides toI
'37, at the latter's home in Toronto, be more beautifully dressed than ever keep it in place. Buttoned flap pock-
Can, before in the history of fashions. ets and a belted action back are fea-
Visiting Friends When the lovely white snow piles it- tured in this model. The trousers are
Ada Zolla, '37, is visiting Margue- self up over the countryside, and the cut narrower and are water-proof.
rite Merkel, '37, in Plattsburg, N.Y., temperature falls down below zero, Zippers Are Practical
for a few days. She will then go for these new classic ski suits will make To be very practical, get a navy
#a short stay to New York City. Au- their appearance in a true winter snowcloth suit that zips up the front.
drey Nisson, '40, will be in Schenec- carnival spirit. The jacket is reversible and is lined
tady, N.Y., visiting friends. White is favored by the European with sparkling, white poplin. It isl
Marion Holden, '37, will spend part ski experts as the ideal color. A plenty long, so there is no danger that
of her vacation in Lakewood, 0., as white loden cloth jacket that has a it will ride up, The adjustable ski
the guest of Lois King. Miss Marian hood and a wind proof lining is be- pants, are made with the new high
Bell a student at the University last ing shown from Austria. The hood waistline and are as light as snow-
year and a member of Delta Delta does not bind the neck, and there are flakes, yet warmly protective.
Delta sorority, who is now attending buttons up and down the front of Culotte skating skirts now make
Louisiana State University, will spend the jacket that are big enough to un- their appearance. . They are much
the, h3 o i r nas a m st of Ea lcor
row, '37, of Birmingham. - do without taking off your mittens. newei than the undivided skirt, and
Jo-Clarke Kimball, '38, left yester- Gray plus-fours that are straight- have a surprising feature, in that
day for Champaign to attend a house hanging complete the outfit. White they are knitted in one with the un-
party at the University of Illinois. gabardine jackets are also popular derpants. This serves to keep the
Peggy MacGregor, '38, took a plane and are worn with royal blue pants cold out, Try the culottes with a
yesterday for Cleveland. From Cleve- that are water-proof. One study white belted jacket that has a slide fast-
land she will fly to Pittsburgh, Pa., gaberdine over-jacket is bedecked ener down one side and is made of
where she plans to attend the Wash- with navy blue leather. shoulders and, cravenetted Sacony snowcloth.
ington and Jefferson Swing-out. Miss talon slide fasteners on the pockets The class-campus 'pet is the sturdy
MacGregor will be the guest of Ed- for cigarettes. snowcloth suit that is modeled on the
ward Raymond. Tyrolean Costume style of Lanz of Snazburg. The fly-
Travel In West There is the ski suit that has a front has white stitching to mark
J. Gordan Steele, Jr., '38BAd., plans debonair Tyrolean flavor. The cos- the yoke, the V pockets, the cuffs, and
to travel during vacation. He will tume is navy w'hip-cord with red down the . sides of the adjustable
visit Chicago, Denver, and Minnea- piping. The short jacket has a very trousers. Around the head is worn
polis on his trip. Marjorie Link, '39, trim line and matches the hat which a'bright and gaykerchief.
will go by plane to Lafayette, Ind., has a peak to shade the eyes and ear ig YonthfulStyles
where she will visit friends at Purdue muffs to keep the ears warm from
University for a few days. h c id an-nte ht Anyone will nod approval to the i
Alice Stevenson the icy wind. Hand-knitted whitedouble-breasted mess packet lined
N. Y., will participate in the Annual mittens are worn with the outfit in a bright plaid to match the trous-
Christmas Horse Show sponsored by that have Valentine hearts complete eis. With it a plaid shirt is worn
the Rochester Cavalry onDec. 29. with black arrows for sentiment's that leaves the shirt tail on the
theic Rochete CaalyHo Dc.9.sake.

Large Crowd
Attends Annual
League Affair
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Despite the fact that many left
for home yesterday, a large crowd
attended the annual League OpenI
House last night.
Among those seen on the dance
floor dancing to Charlie Zwick's or-'
chestra were Robert Osgood, Bill
Griffiths, Mary McClure in gray wool,
Art Rikel, and Mary Jane Mueller.
Mary Jane wore black crepe. Chuck
Coe and Marian Baxter were stand-;
ing on the edge of the dance floor
and chatting to Margery Lehner.
Marian locked very attractive in gray
wool with brown fur .pockets and
brown fur tassels at the neckline.
Betty Basse was sitting at a table
in the upstairs hall selling tickets for
'he Kappa Kappa Gamma raffle for
the provision f a memorial scholar-
;hip fund. She was talking to Jack.
Thompson between sales. Margery
Link in maroon lace was selling tick-
ets to the raffle among the crowd
near the dance floor.
Several couple were playing bridge
in the Alumnae Room. Betty King
and Robert Baxley seemed to be win-
ning over their companions. Betty
wore a green wool tunic trimmed with
black patent leather. Jean Hatfield
also in green wool was seen coming
from the card playing room.
Don Siegel was moving around in.
ers embroidered over them, white
felt backs that have leather palms
and cable-stitched pairs that are in
a shade of off-white. Red and blue
knit checkered ones are also pop-
ular, as are those with the little
hearts embroidered on the tops of the
mittens.
All of these outfits are perfect for,
skiing, skating, sleighing, and dog-1
sleding, so hurry to put your order'
in to Santa Claus now, before he
starts his long journey from the
North Pole and stops by your chim-
ney.

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a hurry looking for his lost date.
Betty Anne Beebe in light brown
with darker trim was standing talk-
ing in the hallway to Dick Croushore.
Members of the social and house re-
ception committees of the League
were assisting throughout the build-
ing.
Jacqueline Kolle was standing in
the lobby talking to friends. She
looked stunning in a red velveteen
blouse with a dark green velveteen
skirt. Ed Vandervelt and Bill Wre-,
ford Mere also in the lobby. Rita
Wellman was among the group gath-
ered around the orchestra stand to
hear Jean Seeley sing. Jean wore a
black combination wool and crepe
dress.

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Week-ErtelSpecial
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Phone 23181

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that will bring electrical good cheer this Christmas!
ALL DEPARTMENT STORES, ELECTRICAL
DEALERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
SELL ELECTRICAL GIFTS. SEE THEM
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THERE OR AT ANY DETROIT
EDISON OFFICE...

miss otevenson has already won three'
first places for horsemanship in the
past year.
Some of the Ann Arbor students
who plan to entertain at home dur-
ing vacation are Charlotte Rueger,
'37, and Betty Anne Beebe, '37. Miss
Beebe will be busy !kith preparations
for the marriage of her brother,
H. Pierson Beebe to Marian Haight,
Dec. 30. Miss Haight attended the
University last year as a graduate
student.
New Year's Eve Dance
To Be Held In Union,
A New Year's Eve dance will be
held from 10:30 p.m. to 3 a.m. at the
Union for all those .students unable
to go home for the holidays. The
affair is being sponsored by the Bed-
ford Club, with Robert Eberbach, '37,
and Orlando Stephenson, '37, as co-
chairmen. Their committee will be,
Bernard Shields, '38, Robert Beuhler,
'37, and Ralph Boehnke, '37.
Tickets are priced at two dollars
and may be obtained from members
of the committee or the Union. Bob
Steinle's orchestra will play.
ENTERTAINS COUNCIL
Charlotte D. Rueger, '37, president
of the Leaguec, entertained at dinner
Wednesday the members of the Un-
dergraduate Council at her home.

Another suit uses a pin-striped
flannel material. Under the jacket
is worn a gray sweater that has great
rough stitches that give it a spongy
look. With this outfit gloves that

outside.
From the kindergarten ranks come
some of the styles for the hand-
knitted mittens that are so popular
with the ski suits. There are black
and white ones, blue pairs with flow-

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Masonic Temple, at 327 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. W. P. Lemon. Minister
Miss Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant.
10:45 a.m. - "One of the Family" fourth of
an Advent Series. Sermon by the minister.
Student Choir.
5:00 p.m. -"The Epic of the Child."
An o igipal Christmas pageant with a cast
of over 'fifty people. Directed by Miss Eliz-
abeth Leinbach. Special choirs lead by
Martin Thompson.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, 'SCIENTIST
409 South Division
Services Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Reading Room, 206 East Liberty
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Cor. Third and Liberty Street:
Carl A. Bauer, Minister
10:45 a.m. - Sermon,
7.730 p.m. -Advent Service.
Dec. 24 7 p.m. - Children's Service.
Dec. 25 10:45 a.m. - Christmas Service.

HFLLEL FOUNDATION, B'NAI B'RITH
Oakland and East University
Dir. Bernard Heller, Director.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Iast Huron between State and Division
10:45 a.m,.--Mr. Sayles, Sermon.
'The Heart of Christmas;" special Christ-
music.
6:00 p.m. - No Student Meeting.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL?
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Corner Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn. Pastor.
Mcrning wvorship -- 10:30
BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH
South Po'u(r h Avenue, near Packard
J ev. T. R. Schmale, Pastor
10:30 a.m. -- Morning Worship. Sermon lopic
"Preparing for Christmas."
7:00 p.m. -Young people's carol singing
instead of meeting.

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