THE MICHIGAN DAILY
rAnn Gilkey, Ruth Hartman, Miss Miss Scroggie, Marion Stern. June
Conuiitteernen Hazeltine, Dorothy Hemingway, Jaros Richter and Paulette Wolf.Lb rl tudent ( ii
Jedel, Lenore Johnson, Maybeth The publicity committee of which Banquet On Sunday
A , Announced Jones, Miss Keavin. Harriet Pomeroy is chairman includes BS
I1Mary Jane Kehoe, Betty Keenan, Claire Ackerman, Miss Adams, Mary
Marjorie Lehner, Betty Lou Leffel, Adams, Miss Barrett, Miss Bonisteel, The annual Christmas banquet of
For 'J.G.P Miss Loughborough, Joan Lynch, Miss Marie Brams, Margaret Carrigan, El- the Liberal Students Union of the
Lyon, Marion Marsh, Marguerite Mc- len Cuthbert, Nancy Dall, Ida May Unitarian Church will be held at
I ~Quilla n, Irma Poole, Katherine Davis, Mary Dierberger, Mary Eliza- 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Church.
Charlotte Poock Names Schultz, Betty Spooner, Myra Short, beth Easterly, Carmenia Freeman, Kenneth Morgan, director of the
miss Swartout, Miss Tate, Julia Ann Jean Geyer. Student Religious Association, will be
Dance Group; Ushers Upson, Charlene Vallet, Barbara Weil, Jean Harley, Muriel Haskins, Rosa- the speaker of the evening. Toasts
For Play Are Listed Mary Wickes, Bernice Wismer and lind Kahnhein, Betty Meyers, Mar- will be offered by William Jewell, '38,
Elizabeth Young. garet Mulcahy, Stephanie Parfet, and John Edmunds, '38, and a read-
(Continued from Page 5) Music Committee Named Dorothy Park, Barbara Patterson, ing will bu given by Eleanor Smith.
--- -The music committee headed by Marion Price, Jenny Petersen, Caro- '39. Carol singing will be led by
Charlotte Poock, includes Miss Abbott, Grace Wilson is made up of Mary line Ross, Miss Schultz, Helen Virginia Kriegboff, '38, and Nich^?^s
Mary Katharine Adams, Marcia Con- Jean Adams, Elizabeth French, Mar- Schwab, Miss Smith, Dorothea Stae- Schreiber, teacher at Ann Arbor
nell, Beatrice Eiker, Marguerite Ganz- ian Getoor. Patricia Haff, Mary Ham- bler, Janet Stickles, Miss Voorhees. High School, will be toastmaster.
horn, Barbara Heath, Marion Haz- lin, Beryl Harrison, Betty Harwood, Mary Jane Phelps and Miss Williams. Dancing to the music of the Cam-
eltine, Marjorie High, Betty Hunting- Marjorie High, Miss Jewel, Marion To Hold Meetings Tuesday pus Commanders will follow the ban-
ton, Marietta Killian, Virginia Oster- ;Karch, Margaret Matthew, Mary Alice Meetings of the finance and pro- quet. Guests of honor will be Prof.
man and Mary Rall. McAndrew. Mary McCrory, Margaret gram committees will be held at 4 p.m. and Mrs. John F. Shepard.
The properties committee of which Murphy, Lois MacLean, Harriet Mon- Tuesday, December 14, at the League.
Elizabeth White is chairman includes ahan, Anne Schaeffer, Barbara Teall, The music committee will meet at 4 HOLD PLEDGING, INITIATION
Virginia Allen, Eleanor Allen, Dor- Blanche Tobin and Betty Walker. p.m. Thursday, December 16, at the Phi Sigma Sigma recently pledged
othy Arnold, Miss Bain, Uliss Beck, The costume committee of whichl
Miss Bell, Virginia Bensley, Jean Mary Lavan is chairman includesr
Bourg. Verna Boyd, Elinor Byron, Miss Adams, Virginia Allan, Bettyt
Jean Drake, Violetta Engel, Barbara Bonisteel, Helen Britton, Thelma
Eppstein, Miss Fullenwider, Georgia Brown, Miss Byron, Virginia Cald-
---- -- ~ - -- ----- well, Cathleen Clifford. Janet Ever-
est, Alice Frayer, Margaret Gelenus,l
Kaltenborn Lecture Jane Hardy, Miss Hulwick, Virginia
Hoelzle, Grete Holst, Helen Johnson,
Date Set For Jan. 7 Edith Johnston,
Norah Kennedy, Madeline Larson,
Miss Lehner, Joan Lynch, Anna Car-
H. V. Kaltenborn, whose originally oline Martin, Virginia McCabe, Miss
scheduled Oratorical Association lee- McCoy, Doris Newman, Phyllis Olsen,
ture was canceled because of illness, Virginia Palmer, Peggy Pulte, Car-
will fulfill his engagement Jan. 7, oline Ross, Nancy Saibert, Alice Jo
Prof. Carl G. Brandt, of the engineer- Sanford, Eleanor Sappington, Phyliss
ing college English department and Scroggie, Nancy Schaeffer, Miss Skin-
business manager of the Oratorical ner, Betty Spooner, Miss SutherlandI
Association, has announced. Margaret Thornhille, Helen Tucker,
Mr. Kaltenborn, news commentat- Doris Vogel, Miss Van Dusen and
or for the Columbia Broadcasting Margery Williams.I
System, will speak on "News of the Rebecca Bursley Names Ushers
Day." He appeared here last year The ushers committee headed byI
on the Oratorical Association series. Rebecca Bursley includes Carol
Adams, Miss Mary Adams, Miss Dor-
TO SEARCH FOR AMERICANS I othv AdamsMiss Cram, Martha.
League. It is very important that all Caroline Kohn, '41, of Trenton, N. J.,
members of these committees attend and Kitty Morris, '39, of Miami Beach,
the meetings. Fla. Selma Chibnik, '40, was initiated
All women who are included on the recently.
list but are transfer students or have-- -
a D must get permission from the
Dean's office and present it to the DURING THE XMAS RUSH
committee chairmen at the first meet- PLAN TO EAT YOUR
ing or they will be dropped from I MEALS at
the committee. Any women who pei-
tioned but is not on a committee
should get in touch with the chairman 802 PACKARD
of the committee.8 A
MOSCOW, Dec. 1.-(P) -The
United States Embassy said today
Soviet officials had offered "whole-
hearted cooperation" in the search
for Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Robinson
of New York who disappeared mys-
teriously from their hotel next to the
Dynes, Miss Erickson, Katherine
Eilke, Eleanor Feldman, Helen Flit-
craft, Dorothy Goebel, May Hert-
nagle, Agnes Hippen, Edna Kandelin,
Dorothy Lowenstein, Mildred McAr-
thur, Lorraine Manther, Ruth Mene-
fee, Madeline Meyers, Helen Owston,
Discuss Co-Op Rooming
Houses Here Tomorrow
A meeting of all groups or indi-
viduals interested in establishing co-
operative rooming houses will be
held at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Rochdale Student Cooperative, 640
The Cooperative Council, composed
of representatives of campus coop-
eratives, is sponsoring the meeting.
A history of the Wolverine, Socialist,
Rochdale, and Girls' Cooperative
Houses, compiled by the Council, is
to be distributed.
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Rinaldi Compares Football the Sociedad Hispanica Wednesday
in the League.
Systems In Spanish Talk "Good football," Rinaldi said, "con-
sists of good blocking and tackling in
Despite superficial differences, the any system."
Notre Dame, Michigan and Warner Among other features on the pro-
football "systems" are basically the gram were the poems, "El Zapatito
same, Joe Rinaldi, '38, captain of the Azul," recited by Juan Diaz, '38E,
1937 football team, said in a talk and, "A Margarita de Bayle," recited!
delivered in Spanish at a meeting of by Centos Guillemetry, '38E.
6:45-Religion in the News.
8:00-Believe It Or Not.
10:00-NBC Symphony Orch.
6:00-Day in Review.
6:15-Mark Weber Orch
7:00-Message of Israel.
8:00-Harry Lewis Orch.
9:00-Natiotial Barn Dance.
10:00-NBC Symphony Orch.
12:30-Rudy Vallee Orch.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30--Vincent York Orch.
7:15-Dick Stabile Orch.
7:45-Van Olman Orch.
9:00-Los Angeles Choir.
10:30-George Olsen Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Horace Heidt Orch
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12:00-Isham Jones Orch.
12:30-Wayne King Orch.
7:00-News Comes to Life.
7 :30-C arborun~dum Band.
8 :n0-Ymr Ur- opiFriend.
8 :30-Phillip Morris.
9:30-Saturday Night Serenade.
10:00-Your Hit Parade.
10:45-Radio Soap Box.
11:15-Frankie Masters Orch.
11:30--Benny Goodman Orch.
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NOT ONLY will Santa Claus be at the
give presents. Just to mention a few
Union this evening, but he will also
free tickets for
.,. .. .,at the Union, boxes of chocolates, an d many others. Bob Steinle and his
IM.....Band will be there. Shirl Crosman will be there. Santa Claus will be there,
and we're sure you will want to be t here. It's not only a big Christmas
Kj. 'l. dance, but also it is the last regular membership dance of the year at the