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T H E MIIGNi D ILtY

Third Undergraduate
Ruthven Tea To B

Tea,
e Given

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1ist Of Guests Secret Garden

2nd Swing Series Prof. Aiton To Address

At Soph Prom
Is Announced
Decorations To Carry Out

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League Tea Will Continue
Five Cent Entrance Fee
For Second Time
The third in the series of Under-
graduate Teas will be held from 4 to
6 p.m., Friday in the League Ball-
room. The charge of five cents perj
person, begun at last month's tea,
will be continued for this one, it was
announced by Barbara Heath, '39,1
in charge of arrangements.j
Refreshments of tea and cakes will
be served and Charlie Zwick's or-
chestra will play for dancing. Host-"
esses will be Elizabeth Allington, '40;
Barbara Backus, '40; Roberta Leete,
'40; Harriet Sharkey, '40; Eleanor
Smith, '39; Eleanor Smith, '39; Jean
Lee, '38; Margaret Curry, '38; El-
eanor Sappington, '41; Madeleine!
Kreighoff, '39; Betty Lyon, '39, and;
Barbara Zapp, '40.+
Those who have' been invited to
pour are: Mrs. Joseph Bursley, Mrs.,
ByrlI Bacher and Mrs. Arthur Boakj
from 4 to 4:30 p.m.; Mrs. Arthur Ait-I
on, Miss Sara Rowe, Mrs. E. W. Doty'
and Mrs. R. T. Dobson from 4 to 5
p.m.; Mrs. Frank Hartwig, Mrs. Hall
and Mrs. W. R. Humphreys from 5 to+
5:30 p.m.
Residents of dormitories, League
houses and sororities are to give their
names to Ruth Coler, '40, at the door
of the ballroom. Mary Wheat, '39,i
will collect the admission charge. I

Sombrero For South Two Members Of Faculty Christmas Spirit; Late
Will Be Guests Today Hours Are Granted
At President's Home
_AP sd t_ o Members of the central committee
Tt for the annual Soph Prom announced
Two members of the faculty and ti-)eir guests for the dance ysedy
their wives will be specially invitedsyesterday,
guests at the fourth Ruthven Tea, to The dance will be held from 9:30
be held from 4p to 6 P.m. to 2 a.m. Friday in the Union!
ethe President's home. Ballroom. Reggie Childs and his or-
TheyPredtsoe. HowardY.M chestra will play, and decorations will
ThyaePo.HoadY"c be appropriate to the Christmas spirit,
Clusky, of the educational psychol- Crua xander '40Ah meneral
ogy department, and Mrs. McClusky chairman, announced.
and Kenneth W. Morgan, director of Phy!Iis Cavanaugh Invited
the Student Religious Association, Alexander will have as his guest,
and Mrs. Morgan. Starting with to- Phyllis Cavanaugh, and Paul Park,
day, several faculty members will be '40, chairman of the patrons and pat-
invited to each Ruthven tea in order ronesses, has invited Alberta Wood,
g to promote a friendly faculty-student '40. Lucille Kauer and Benjamin
relationship, according to Stephanie Jones, '40, co-chairmen for decora-
Parfet, '39, chairman of the teas. tions, will have Netter Worthington,
The 10 student groups which have from Lansing, and Ann Hawley, '41.
;>been honored with invitations to at- respectively, as their guests.
..tend the tea are: Alumnae House, Or- Robert Power, '40, has asked Mary
ientation groups 82 through 86, Al- Connine, '41, to attend the dance.
pha Chi Omega and Alpha Phi sorer- Power is chairman of programs com-
ities, the Lawyers Club, and Sigma mittee. Edith Butler, '39Ed., will bei
Alpha Epsilon, Beta Theta Pi and the guest of Frederick Seyfried, '40E,
Hermitage fraternities. chairman of the floor committee.
<3Those who have been named to pour Elaine Baird, '41, will be the guest
are: Mrs. McClusky, Mrs. Morgan, of Charles Frost, '40, who is head of
All set for Florida, Bermuda, Mrs. E. W. Goodall, housemother of the music committee, and Arthur
Nassau and points south. A Mexi- Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Mrs. Agnes Brandt, '40E, chairman of the tickets
can straw hat and a flashy necker- Clark, housemother of Alpha Phi so- committee, has asked Elaine Haskins,!
chief are smart for wear with play rority, Miss Inez Bozorth, director of '40, to be his guest.I
suits and beach outfits. the Lawyers Club, Elizabeth French, Floor Committee Increased j
'39, president of Alumnae House, Byron Gerson, '40, will have as his
Margaret Curry, '38, president of Al- gu"st, Jeanne Appleby. Gerson is
Leagrue ebate pha Chi Omega and Marjorie Down- chairman of the publicity committee.
ey, '38, president of Alpha Phi. The last meeting of the committeel
JP itvow ListedMrs. Goodall and Miss Curry will; will be held at 7:30 pm. tomorrow in
pour from 4 to 4:30 p.m., Mrs: Clark the Union, Alexander announced yes-
and Mrs. McClusky from 4:30 to 51 terday. Final arrangements for the
Sponsored To Promote p.m., Mrs. Morgan and Miss Downey dance will be discussed. he said.
Cfrom 5 to 5:30 p.m., and Miss Bozorth Fred Seyfried, '40E, floor chairman,
Current Event, Intfrest and Miss French from 5:30 to 6 p.m. announced that two men have been
Assistants in the dining room will added to the floor committee. They
Tnes aes oftheat -be Jane Nussbaum, '40, Mary Wheta, are Richard Conners, '40, and Robert
tronesses for the debate, which the '39, Virginia Richardson, '39, and Tiedeman, '40E.
League is to sponsor at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the League Ballroom, were Mary Wickes, 39. . Altough corsages are not allowed
announced yesterday by Elizabeth at cs danc gi
Notley, '39, chairman of the patrons members are permitted to wear them.
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GroupSee__gProf. Arthur Aiton of the history
G r u e k n h eod ntescn eiso department will be the principle
Thesecnd n te scon seiesofspeaker at the Graduate Luncheon.
W eird 'Props SwingSessions will be held from 7 to to be held at noon today in the Rus-
8 p.m. today in the League Ballroom, sian Tea Room of the League.
Jean McConkey, '38, vice-president, Professor Aiton will speak infor-
With only two more days remain- of the League in charge of the ses-ay hess reent conditionk m n
ing before the opening of "The Sec- sions, announced yesterday. may onAllthegpresent condtins in
ret Garden," Alberta Wood, '40, Miss McConkey said that this attend the luncheon.
chairman of properties committee change in time is made because of n
has been spending night and day the Boston Symphony Concert, which in the first series. The price will
se n fwill be heard tonight in Hill Audi- I remain at $3 per couple,, however.
searc ing for the strange variety ofd.torium.Douglas Gregory, '39, assisted by
"propsneeded.!Miss McConkey also announced that Marie Sawyer, '38, will instruct the
The most pertinent problem now there will be seven sessions in this session. Charlie Zwick and his Swing
seems to be, to find a means of con- series instead of six as there were Trio will furnish the music.
veying their pony from the lower re-__
+gions of the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre to the stage. Lack of sides ATT EN T ION COE DS
on the stage elevator has made the
committee fearful that it would takeHrice onAs
more than the strength of one per- Th Week
son's convictions to keep said animalls
aboard while being hoisted. Conse- I
quently, they are in search of a box
of proportions suitable for such car- I
go. rHLNPLE U
Need Stuffed FoxHP
Animals have been donated by 613 East Williams Street 4 doors off State
school children but the contribution
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o1 one stufed red fox is needed, as
well as someone who can imitate a
robin's warble. Even the taxider-
I mists have failed to produce the fox.
The story of "The Secret Garden,"
is one well known to most young
book lovers. Its gay, fantastic plot;
begins with the story of a little girl,
who has been brought from India,
after her parents death, to live with
her uncle in England. Here she finds
an enchanting high walled garden
which has been closed for many
years.

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The five cent fee was decided upon
last month .by the League Council in
order tot defray the expenses of hold-
ing the teas. Members of the social
committee do 'hot have to pay the
charge. More than 400 women at-
tended last month's function.
Union Plans Gala
'Santa Stomp' As
Saturday's Dance
The Santa Claus Stomp, the
Union's Christmas party, featuring
Bob Stienle and his orchestra and
special gifts, will be held from 9 p.m.
until midnight Saturday in the main
ballroom of the Union, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Richard Fox,
'39, of the Union Executive Council.
There will be special decorations
for the dance, and free prizes will be
given everyone attending. In addi-
tion to these gifts, 25 ticket holders
will receive prizes including tickets
to Union dinners and dances, boxesj
of candy, cigarettes and boxes of!
cigars.
Shirl Crosman will be featured by
Steinle's Melody Men, as usual, and
regular Union dance prices will be in
effect for the affair, Fox said.
WANTED: A WHISTLER
A whistler who can imitate a
.robin's warble and whistle "yes"
and "no." To be seen in "The
Secret Garden," presented by Chil-
dren's Theatre, Friday and Satur-
day. Call Ruth at 2-3119.
SIGMA CHI
Sigma Chi announces the initiation
of Cramon Stanton, '39, of Charles-
ton, W. Va.; Robert Curren, '39, of
Warren, Pa.; John Heil, '40, of Grosse
Pointe; Charles Bell, '40, of Clinton,
Iowa; Walter Scoville, '40, of River-
side, Ill.; and Charles Pink, '40, of De-
troit.

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Bird Helps Girl
She is determined to gain en-
trance to this magical playground
and finds aid from a robin who sitsj
upon the garden wall. By his whistles
of "yes" or "no'' she discovers the
secret door and the key. Once in-
side, happiness and merriment pre- I
vail, and Mary helps Colin Craven,
the owner's son, recover from his!
illness of many years.
The box office will be open for sale I
of tickets from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m 1
everyday, Ruth Friedman, '38, chair-I
man announced. Performances will
be given at 1:30 p.m. Friday and at
1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

by DANIEL GREEN
. grand slipper for sone
lucky lady to receive on
Christmas morning. Soft
velvet corduroy with soil
proof padded sole, cuban
heel, lambskin cuff dyed
5 to match
Peach Blue Wine
Black
$.50
GOODYEAR'S
DOWNTOWN and on the CAMPUS:
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commlL ee.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean and
Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean and
Mrs. Wilber R. Humpreys, Miss
Jeannette Perry, Dr. Margaret Bell,
Miss Ethel McCormick, Prof. Carl G.
Brandt, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur W.
Bromage, Prof. and Mrs. Philip E.
Bursley and Prof. and Mrs. Gail E.
Densmore are among the patrons
and patronesses for the debate.
Others include Dr. Wilbert B. Hins-
dale, Prof. and Mrs. Charles F. Re-
mer, Prof. and Mrs. Charles F. Re-
ser, Dr. and Mrs. Carl V. Weller, Prof.
S Valentine B. Windt. Mr. and Mrs.
Dean G. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
f thur Secord, Mr. Truman P. Smith,
Miss Edith Thomas and Miss Eunice
Mead.
The subject of this debate is, "Re-
solved: that the United States should
adopt a policy of complete neutrality
in international disputes." Barbara
H. Bradfield, '38, and Margaret Ann
Ayers, '38, are to be the team from
this University. Their opponents will
be Mary Fraser and Margaret Meier,1
from the University of Minnesota.
Helen Jean Dean, '39, chairman of
the debate committee stressed the
fact that the debate is for the bene-.
fit -of all men and women students
on campus as well as for professorsl
and townspeople. . There will be no
admission charge.
FENCING CLUB TO MEET
Fencing club will meet at 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow at Barbour Gymnasium,
- Elizabeth White, '39, manager an-
nounced.

First Dance Class So

ciety Flier Sets
New Speed Record

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Dance class for anyone interested
in taking part in the 1938 Junior
Girls Play will be held from 4 to 6
p.m. today at the League, according
to Charlotte Poock, chairman of the
dance committee.
All women are urged to attend be-
cause it will be necessary for everyone
participating in the production to
know the dance routines. It is not
necessary to attend for the full two
hours, Miss Poock stated. Other
classes will be scheduled later for the
rest of the semester.1
Members of the various commit-I
tees for the play will be announcedl
Thursday, Roberta Chissus, general!
chairman, announced yesterday.
Committee meetings will be called by
the chairmen immediately and sched-
ules for the health rechecks will be
taken care of.
Collection of the usual fee of $1
will be started before Christmas va-
cation, according to Martha Tillman,
chairman of the finance committee.

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NEW YORK, Dec. 7.- (;P) -Jane
Shattuck Topping, 22-year-old so-
:iety aviatrix, set an unofficial speed
record of two hours and twenty min-
utes today for a flight from Detroit
to New York.
The blonde flier piloted a new all-
metal plane. She arrived over Roose-
velt Field at 4:20 p.m., Eastern Stan-
dard time, after flying most of the
way above the clouds at an altitude
1 of about 13,000 feet.
Mrs. Topping is the wife of Henry
j J. Topping and has acted in motion
pictures. Her first husband was Jack
Kirkland, of the movies.
INSTRUCTIONS
Every form of dancing.
Open 10 'to10. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph.9695
2nd Floor

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This is Another Christma
for USEFUL.EIFTS
and e7ARILYN has o thing 6lSe!
O UR STORE IS FILLEb with clothes that will give pleasure and
use for many months to come, for,on America's gift lists "some-

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devoted wife may have her heart set on a new dress, your deb
daughter may crave a "knockout" Formal Frock, your schoolgirl
daughter yearns for a dainty new House Coat (with zipper front).
As for many other people that you know, times are not as good
as they have been-your gift will be more acceptable if it is one
that they can wear.
...And T hai's Where Marilyn Shines !
OURS IS A SPECIALTY APPAREL STORE, a store devoted solely and
simply to the clothes that well-dressed people wear, a store built
around Onality clothes and Quality standards, and serving repre-
sentative Ann Arbor families.
We do not look on Christmas as a "catchpenny" season. We
believe that, at this time, as all through the year, intelligent people
want merchandise of dependable quality, authenic fashion, certain
usefulness. The fact that they can find it at MARILYN's where the
moderate prices obviously do not include a stiff "cover charge"
for "atmosphere," is perhaps a good reason why your Christmas
lists may very sensibly start and end at MARILYN'S.
The 1A II NIShon e

Grand Gifts to Send Home
or Give to Your Roommate
PILLOWS for living rooms, for boudoirs, for dens, for
Dorm rooms . . . in fact, we've pillows for wherever they
need to be used! And such fabrics! Moirs, damasks, failles,
quilted satins and taffetas, jaquard satins in oblong and
square shapes, filled with Kapok or down.
Lovely pastels . ... dull shades
WINE . .. BROWN .... LUE
1.95 to 5.95,

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* Give any woman silk stockings for Christmas and
you know your gift will be welcome . .. give her
Mojuds and you're safe in the knowledge that your
gift is perfection in silk stckings. Whether it's a
single pair of filmy sheet's or a complete hosiery

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