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SATURDAY, DEC. 11,l t7

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Members Of Committees

For

1938 J. G. P. Are Announced

250 Women
Are To Assist

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Laughing Faces Express Delight At 'The Secret Garden'

ReggieChilds
F Plays At Prom
Phyllis Cavanaugh Attends
With Cruzan Alexander

Sports Ensembles j
Worn At Women's
Undergrad. Tea;
More than 200 people attended the
third Undergraduate Tea held from,
4 to 6 p.m. yesterday in the League

Santa Claus Stomp
To Be Held At Union

In Class Play
Madeline Krieghoff Lists
Ticket Group; Finance
Committee Is Named
More than 250 women are members
of the various committees for the 1938
Junior Girls Play, according to Ro-
berta Chissus, general chairman.
The members of the tickets com-
mittee which is headed by Madeline
Krieghoff include Jean Bertram, Jane
Carr, Margaret Cram, Harriette De-
Weese, Helen Jean Dean, Jean Drake,
Olga Erickson, Beulah Fenske, Mary
Gies, Jane Giesecke, Bettie Howard,
Nancy Hulwick, Virginia Mulholland,
Elizabeth Mullin, Jean Belle King,
Mary Loughborough, Mary McNeil,
Hlen Owston, Florence Rogers, Nancy
┬░Saibert, Ruth Ann Seekamp, Betty
Sive, Mary Skinner, Annette Stroup,
Marjorie Tate and Mary Wheat.
Name Finance Committee
The finance committee of which
Martha Tillman is chairman includes
Edith Alcorn, Jeanette Beck, Frances
Burgess, Mary Call. Norma Curtis,
Harriet Dean, June Fleming, Janet
Fullenwider, Lenore Johnson, Flor-
ence Keavin, Miss King, Jane Lyon,
Marie McElroy. Mary McNeil.
Helen McRae, Marjorie Merker,
Mary Mooney, Rebecca Newman,
Helen Peck, Sylvia Peterman, Maxine
Peterson, Estelle Poposki, Betty Shaf-
fer, Harriet Schepper, Miss Skinner.
Eleanor Smith, Marion Stomler.
Frances Sutherland and Hendrika
Van Doorn.
Makeup Committee Appointed
The makeup committee under Mar-
ian Baxter is Priscilla Abbot, Bunty
Bain, Ruth Barber, Mary Bell, Fran-
ces Burgess, Jane Campbell, Nancy
Dal, Betsy Honhart; Rowena La-
Coste, Ragene Lamming, Gwenyth
Lemon, Margaret McCall, Florence
Muchilinski, Miss Peterson, Frances
Robinson, Ellen Rathblatt, Catherine
Sherman, Ruth Schneirow, Virginia
Voorhees, Marion Smith and Mar-
garet Triplett.
The program committee of which.
Janet Holden is chairman includes
Franeis Baker, Dorothy Barrett, Alice
Bassett, Doris Bolton, Miss Bertram,
Miss Gies, Miss Giesecke, Dorothy
Hemingway, Marion Iddings, Betty
Keenan, Betty Lyon, Eleanor McCoy.
Phyllis Miner, Marion Morton, Olive
Reed, Jean Rheinfrank, Marjorie Roe-
buck, Betty Spangler, Nancy Stoning-
ton, Sybil Swartout, Eleanor Swan,
Freda VanderVeen, Betty Van Dusen,
Faith Watkins and Dorothy Zindler.
The dance committee, headed by
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It's Called 'Pitching
Woo' Now, But It's
Still Just 'Mugging'
The present expression, -pitching
woo," used to be known as "bundling"
back in the good old days. Then it
went through the stages of "spark-
ing," "spooning," "necking' and "mug-
ging." But "pitching woo" seems to
be the popular term on all campuses
now.j
Sam Mineo and Sidney Prussin took
this as their cue and recently wrote:
the song, "Let's Pitch a Little Woo."
Charlie Zwick and his orchestra
are going to feature this song in a
novelty arrangement tonight at the:
League. Such places as the Arbore-
tum, a popular coke rendezvous, dor-
mitories, fraternities and sororities
will all figure in.
In. the Oct. 20 issue of the New
York Sun, Miss Mabel Greene wrote,
"'Pitching Woo' is at fever pitch.
Campuses are all agog over the song
writers' term, for 'necking.'"
She also said that out of 250 lead-
ing colleges which were asked about
it, none could quote the origin of
the expression. Each school seemed
to attribute it to another, and Co-
lumbia was one of the five who

thought it originated on this campus'!

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At the annual Soph Prom, held last Ballroom. Barbara Heath, '39, was inI
night in the Union Ballroom, 300 charge. Charlie Zwick furnished the
couples danced to the music of Reg-
gie Childs. Bmusic for the occasion.
Among the guests were seen Phyllis Barbara Telling, '40, wearing a
Cavanaugh, '41, who attended with black knit suit, sang several songs1
Cruzan Alexander, '40E, general with the orchestra. "Josephine" andt
chairman. Miss Cavanaugh chose a !"If It's The Last Thing I Do" wereI
blue crepe formal gown to wear. Lor-1
raine Haskin, '41, dressed in a green among her selections.
gown, attended with Arthur Brandt. Pattie Haislip, '40, Nancy Stoning-
'40E, ticket chairman. ton. '39A, and Hilda Van Tuyl, '40,
Edith Butler, '39Ed., chose black were seen at the tea. Miss Haislip
velvet for her dress. She wore a wore a green sweater and tan skirt,
metallic print jacket with it and while Miss Stonington appeared in a
rhinestones in her hair. She was the black tailored suit with contrastingj
guest of Frederick Seyfried, '40E. accessories. Miss Van Tuyl chose a
Anne Hawley, '40, was the guest of wine-colored sweater and black skirt.
Benjamin Jones, '40E, and wore a Betty Brooks, '40, was seen in a
gown of black taffeta cut on princess light blue wool suit, and Harriette
lines. Babcock, '41, wore a black sweater
Ice blue satin with matching shoes and orange skirt. Mary Alice Mac-
and head ornament was the choice of Kenzie, '39, Mary Minor, '40, Olga
Alberta Wood, '40, who attended with Erickson, '39, and Barbara Bassett,
Paul Park, '40E. i '40, were also present at the tea.

Gifts for everyone and special
prizes to 25 ticket holders will be
featured at the Santa Claus Stomp.
to be held from 9 p.m. until midnight
today in the main ballroom of thIe
Union.
Bob Steinle and his Melody Men
will play for the Stomp, and Shirl
Crosman will be featured by him as
usual.
Special presents to be given lucky
ticket holders include cigarettes,
boxes of cigars, tickets to Union
dances and tickets for Union dinners.
Give
M+ 4AGAZ IN E
SUBSCRI PTIONS
for Xmas
727 N. University Phone 9797

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Tense, excited moments such as expressed on these children's faces are truly significant of the realism of
the Children's Theatre productions. Small children thrill to the magical characters of their favorite story
books, as they did in yesterday's presentation of "Th? Secret Garden." Cries of joy, laughter and small voices
accompany each and every trivial humorous moment. Tae theatre rin-s wi h expressions of amazement, sorrow
and happiness as children revel in story book characters-come to life.

y*raternities, Sororities To Hold
Hayrides, Formals And Banquets

dn)s Play
Continues Run

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woman . .. be she sweetheart, sister, wife or
mother . .. can resist such glowing evidence
as Zwerdliug FURS, and no matter what your
income, there's a gift of Zwerdling's Furs
within it . . . she'll thrill.
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Parties ranging from a sleigh ride S
to formals are planned by various
fraternities and sororities tonight.
Alpha Chi's sleigh ride tomorrowR
night will be the second this week-
end. The party will leave about 8
p.m. and return to the house. Mrs.
A. W. Goodale, house mother, will act!
as chaperon.
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold its in-
itiation formal tonight. Moe-Carter's
orchestra will play for the affair,
which will be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. David Lipton of Detroit and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Creipz of
Windsor.
To Hold Pledge Formal
Mrs. Sarah Barnard Tennant, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Johnson will chaperon Alpha
Gamma Delta's pledge formal. The
music will be provided by John *Mc-
Donald's Campus Commanders.
A hayride, to be followed by danc-
ing, is planned by Alpha Sigma Phi
for tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Basom, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Doug-
las Hamial will attend as chaper-
ons.
Delta Sigma Delta's informal
dance will be chaperoned by Dr. and
Mrs. Ralph Moyer and Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gilsen.
Bill Sawyer Will Play
Bill Sawyer's orchestra will pay
for the Kappa Alpha Theta pledge
formal tonight. Chaperons will be
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartwig and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth McMurray.
The Law Club's annual Christmas
formal will be given tonight. The
orchestra, Gene Regis, will play in.
a ballroom decked in Christmas trees
and holly wreaths. Dr. William,
Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Francisj
Wistert will attend as chaperons.
Miss Mary E. Gleason and Missl
Sarah Rowe will chaperon Martha
Cook's informal dance where Russ:
Rollins' orchestra will play.
Frank Carry and his band will play

for Sigma Phi's closed formal Mr. 500 Attend First Showing
and Mrs. C. F. Neal and Mr. and Mrs. Of 'The Secret Garden'
zrank DeVine will attend as chap-

erons.
To Hold Anniversary Banquet
Mr. W. L. Phillips, Grand Secre-
tary, and Mr. Reed Hunt, Grand
Guard, will be guests of honor at!
Sigma Phi Epsilon's Silver Anniver-
sary Banquet, also scheduled for to-I
night. The banquet commemorates 3
the 25th anniversary of the frater-
nity's founding, and approximately
70 alumni are expected for the din-,
ner.

Vari-colored ski-suits dominated
'the scene when more than 500 chil-
dren attended the opening perfor-
mance of "The Secret Garden" pre-
sented yesterday in the Lydia Men- I
delssohn Theatre.
The dramatization of the adven-
tures of a young orphan girl and her }
crippled cousin in a "secret garden"
was enthusiastically received by the!
audience. The children greeted each
curtain rise and fall with cheers.
Patricia Ann Ponkim a~tte d da the

A radio dance and refreshments p rmance clad in a wine plaid
will follow Theta Delta Chi's sleigh snowsuit. ,Virginia Moss wore a blue
ride. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smithrnk-suit with a plaid jacket, and her
sister Catherine was dressed in a
attend as chaperons. green one similar to it. Not everyone
Prof. and Mrs. Irving D. Scott wore ski-suits, however, for Martha
and Prof. and Mrs. R. C. Williams Bryant came in a bright red Hudson
will be among the guests at a dinner Bay coat. Emmy Lou Hough chose a
which is being given tonight by Zeta green suit, and her little brother Kit
Psi. came in a red sweater and navy
Jimmy Fisher and his band will trousers.
provide the music for Zeta Tau Al- Twa performances will be given,
pha's pledge formal. The chaperons today, the first at 1:30 p.m. and the
will be Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McAlpine concluding one at 3:30 p.m. Sarah
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hodges. Pierce, Grad., directed the play.
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The Last Word

in Femininityo. . ..
Bed Jskeis
Arid a woman doesn't have to
be a grandmother to wear them
either! They're a gift that will
be appreciated by both young
and old.

HILLEL FOUNDATION
East University and Oakland. Dial 3779.
Dr. Bernard Heller. Director.
10:30 A.M. Meeting of the Hillel Council
3:30 P.M. Meeting of the Palestine Club
Evening - Open House- Games, Recordings.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street.
Sunday morning services at 10:30 a.m.Sun-
day school at 11:45 a.m.
Free public reading rooms at 206 East Lib-
erty.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Stalker Hall - Student Headquarters.
State Street between Washington and
Huron.
9:45 A.M. Student Class Stalker Hall.
10:40 A.M. Worship service: Dr. Charles W._
Brashares' subject will be "To Be Taxed."
6-8:00 P.M. Wesleyan Guild meeting and
fellowship supper. Christmas program.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
East William at South Fifth Avenue
Henry O. Yoder, Pastor.
10:30 A.M. Church Worship Service.
Sermon: "Two Opposing Wills" by the
pastor.
5:30 P.M. Lutheran Student Club in Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall. Christmas party
with students speaking on customs and
traditions of Christmas celebration in
other countries.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod
Liberty at Third
Carl A. Brauer, Minister
10:45 A.M. Sermon: "The Sermon in the
Wilderness"
6:00 P.M. Student Club Supper and Christ-
mas party.
7:30 P.M. Evening Advent service. Sermon:
S"The Christmas Star"
8:30 P.M. Santa Claus hunt by the student
club.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
(American Lutheran Church)
Washington Street and Fifth Avene.
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn, Pastor.
9:00 A.M. Sunday School
10:30 A.M. Sermon
5:30 P.M. Student meeting at Parish Hall,
Christmas program. It will be the last
meeting till after the holidays.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 East Huron.
Rev. R. Edward Sayles
Rev. Howard R. Chapman
10:45 A.M. - Sermon,
12:00 Noon - Student class.
6 P.M. Roger William Guild at' the Guild
House, 503 E. Huron.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

JEWELRY. that glitters with the

festive

spirit of Christnas. Real stone cornbi-

Delicate pastel or white
knitted or crocheted intol
shoulderettes, boleros and
ets . . . trimmed with
ribbons, or frou - froze
matching maribou.

yarns
lovely
jack-
satin
with

nations;

earrings, bracelets, necklaces,

clips, brooches, and many other gift sug-

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gestions.

We also carry a large line of

Meeting at Masonic Temple, 327 South
Fourth Avenue.
Rev. W. P. Lemon, D.D., Minister.
Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant
E. W. Doty, Organist and Choir Director
10:45 A.M. Special Christmas Service. "The

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