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SUNDAY, DEC.1, 13 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Modern Dance
Club Will Give
Annual Recital
Third Christmas Program
To Feature Voice Trio,
Pre-Classic Dances
The third annual Christmas danceI
program given by the women's mod-
ern dance club, will be held at 4:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Women's Ath-
letic Building, Beatrice Lovejoy, '38,
club president, announced.
The program will be opened by a
voice trio composed of Eileen Lay,
'38; Grace Wilson, '39; and Ann
Schaeffer, '40. A dance suite, a
group of pre-classic dance forms, will
be next. This will be composed of
"Salutation," "Gay Dance," "Rustic
Dance," "Merry Dance" and "Closing
Dance." The last number on the pro-
gram will be "Jubilation," a section
from the dance called "Judith" which
was composed by Miss Ruth Bloomer,
club faculty advisor.
Club Members To Take Part i
The members of the dance club#
who will take part in the program
are Miss Lovejoy, Virginia Brigham,
'40, Doris Dartz, '39, Beatrice Dan-
ziger, '40, Sarah Graf, Grad., Bar-,
bara Guest, '40, Elaine Hamilton, '39,
and Virginia Hoelzle, '39.
Beverly Jenness, '39, Sally Kenney,
'38, Shinsel Kim, Grad., Edith Le-
vienne, '39, Leada Miller, Spec.Ed.,
Mary'Jane Mueller, '38, Beth O'Roke,
'40, Mary Redden Ed., Irene Sabo,
Ed., Victoria Staranowski, '39, Ber-
nice Wolfson, '39, and Rosebud Wolf-
son, '39, will also take part in the
program.
Miss Bloomer Is Director
The director of the program is to
be Miss Bloomer; the accompanist,
Ward Allen, L. Miss Danziger and
Miss Miller are in charge of cos-
tumes and Miss Jenness and Miss
will supervise the decorations.
The W.A.A. is responsible for the
further arrangements. W.A.A. board
members who will usher include Mary
Johnson, '38, Marjorie Merker, '39,
Dorothy White, '38, Margaret Wa-
terston, '38, Alberta Royal, '40, Betty
Brinkmau, '40, and Charlottee More-
house. '38, will also usher.
Tea will be served after the pro-
gram. The performance is open to
everyone and is free of charge. I
PRESENT MOTION PICTURES
Prof. Allen F. Sherzer of the me-
chanical engineering department will
present motion pictures to the week-
ly meeting of the Exchange Club at
the Union tomorrow night.

Ann Arbor Snows Are Novelty
For Student FromPhilippines
The recent snow flurries in Ann Ar- have come here have positions in the
bor provided an entirely new exper- University there.
Women Here Have More Freedom
fence for Primitiva Demandante, a One of the main differences that
medical student in the University, Miss Demandante noted here is the
whose home is in Dumangas, Philip- liberty allowed young women in this
pines, more than 9.000 miles from country. According to Miss Deman-
Michigan. dante, no woman student in the Phil-
ippines is allowed to go out with a
Miss Demandante, who is the first man except in the presence of a
student from a private university in chaperon, and courtships are on the
the Philippines to receive a Barbour whole much longer. It would also be
scholarship, said that one of her unusual to see students smoking in
greatest problems in Ann Arbor is the Philippines, for it is done usually
that of becoming accustomed to the by the married women more for sport
cold weather. In Dumangas, Philip-' than for anything else.
pines, there is no winter, the temper-
ature ranging from 65 degrees to
about 95 degrees. Most of the wom- CHAPTER HOUSE
en students wear light dresses the H TO
year round instead of the sweaters ; ACTIVITY NOTES
and skirts that have become the cus-
tom here.
Wishes To Be A Doctor Five fraterniii

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Jane Shattuck Topping, who is 22
years old, is the society aviatrix
who made a top flight, non-stop
record in a hop from Detroit to New
York City. The young flier made
the flight in two hours and 20 min-
utes.

Before coming here to study medi-
cine, Miss Demandante attended
Sinniman University, a Presbyterian
school. Governor Murphy, during a
visit to the school, made the state-
ment that this school was to Duman-
gas what the University of Michigan
is to Ann Arbor. It has been Miss
Demandante's ambition since high
school to be a doctor, and when she
finishes her courses here she plans to
go back to the Philippines.
The University of Michigan is very
nnlar in the Philippines according

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to Miss Demandante and many of!
&Lgcvgemcfl ts the professors. here have taught inI
the University of the Philippines. Al-
Two engagements of former Uni- so many of the Barbour scholars who
versity students are announced. -
Mr. and Mrs. James Joy Miller of Bs Faculty
Grosse Ile announced the engagement usinessF u
of their daughter, Janet, to Frederick Will Sponsor 'I a
Stoflet Hall, '36, at a family dinner Wn
party given at the Detroit Athletic
Club Friday. Hall is the son of the Faculty members of the business
late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stoflet, administration school will sponsor the'
formerly of Detroit and Gibraltar. first "Christmas Tea Party" for their
Miss Miller is a graduate of the students today. Dean Clare Griffin of
Liggett School and she attended the the school announced yesterday.
University. She is affiliated with Col- Dean and Mrs. Griffin will head the
legiate Sorosis. Hall attended Ohio receiving line for the party which
Military Academy, and graduated will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. in the
from the University. He is a member League. Robert F. Laitner, '38BAd.,
of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. The president of the senior class and Jo-1
wedding will be held in the spring. seph N. Bonavito, '37BAd., president
- Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Johnson of of the junior class will introduce the
Birmingham announce the wedding of students to the receiving line.
their daughter, Nancy Elizabeth, '34, Mrs. Robert P.. Briggs, Mrs. Sam-
to Eric E. Sommer, son of Mr. and uel C. Fielden, Mrs. George R. Hus-
Mrs. Emil Sommer of Buffalo, N. Y. band and Mrs. Richard U. Ratcliff will
Miss Johnson is affiliated with I pour. Decorations include Christmas
Kappa Delta. Sommer is also a grad- greeting cards and tapers. All stu-
uate of the University. The wedding dents of the school have been invited
will take place late in January. to attend.

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nounce recent initiations. One fra- If The league houses decide to set
ternity announces its election of of- up a committee for planning social
ficers. activities, such a committee will work
Alpha Epsilon Phi with the League and will be given
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the League points, Miss Hartwig said.
initiation of Madeleine Kaufman, '40, We would like to have league
Winifred Cooper, '40, Arline Frank, houses enter into closer contact with
'41. 'the League activities," Miss Hartwig
Alpha Gamma Delta said, "because this building belongs
Alpha Gamma Delta announces the to every woman on campus."
initiation of Mary Beth Jones, '39 All league houses are invited to the
Dixie Jackson, '39, Phyllis Olsen, '39, meeting, with the exception of soror-
Mary Allen, '39, Olga Tarbel '40. ity annexes. More than 400 women
Chi Ph i will be represented. The room in
Chi Phi has elected the following which the meeting will be held will
officers: Charles Peckinpaugh, '39, be posted on the bulletin board in the
president; George Harris, '38A, vice-,League.
president; Philip S. Durfee .'39, sec-
retary.*
I reary.Sigma Alpha Iota
Kappa Alpha Theta
Mrs. Harry S. Hall and Miss Ade- TrS
laide Singleton will receive the guests To poRscr ' '
at Kappa Alpha Theta's faculty tea
today from 4 until 7 p.m. 1 The third annual Christmas Can-
Phi Delta Phi dielight service, sponsored by Sigma
Phi Delta Phi announces the in- Alpha Iota, national honor music
itiation of Prof. Paul G. K auper and A ororit ,w nl b hen a t 8hmn o d s
Prof. Marvin L. Niehuss as honorary sorority, will be held at 8 p.m. today
members, and the regular initiation in the Congregational church.
of Stuart Hoffius, '38L, Charles R. Included in the musical program
Brown, '39L, Francis M. Wistert, '39L, will be an organ solo and a string en-
and Alphonse H. Aymond, '39L. semble composed of eight pieces. The
Phi Sigma Sigma vocal selections will include three
Phi Sigma Sigma announces the solos and a trio. A harpist and a
initiation of Selma Chibnik, '40, violinist will also be featured.
and the pledging of Carolyn Kohn, Music by Rubenstein, Marte, Han-
'41, Kitty Morris, '41, and Laura Kat- del, Popper, Gevaent, Mullet, Gruber
zeneet Tulhand Salvedo will make up the pro-
Zeta Tau Alpha gram. Following the ceremony a
Zeta Tau Alpha announces the in- chorus of 22 women will sing familiar
itiation of Betty AnnCole, Do Christmas carois, Lois Meyer, '385M,
othy Cox, '40, and Ragna Faith Ran- general chairman, announced.
dolph, '40. The color scheme for the service
will be the traditional red and green.
70 Martha Cook Women
Are To See Helen Hayes
Seventy women from Martha Cook
Building will see Helen Hayes play
in "Victoria Regina" tomorrow in De-
troit.
The group, chaperoned by Miss
Mary E. Gleason and Miss Sarah
Rowe, will leave Ann Arbor by bus at
6:30 p.m. and will return at about 11
a.m. i.
ARGONAUTS WIN TITLE
TORONTO, Dec. l1.-UP)-The To-
ronto Argonauts won the Canadian
football title today, defeating Winni-
peg's Blue Bombers 4-3 on a frozen
field before a crowd of 16,000. .

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Feminine Gifts
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for the Folks Back Home
Everything feminine fancies might de-
sire, you'll find at Goodyear's. If not
in our convenient College Shop on the
Campus, most certainly at the Down-
town Store.
Goodyear's will gift wrap your pack-
age for a nominal charge, and mail it
to any point in the country. We also
have our personal shopper, Mildred
Murdoch, who will either do, or assist
you in, your gift shopping from now
until Christmas.

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VRSEIflPTE
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BRA55IERE5
You'll be "fascinated" by the
"corded support", because it
supports fron underneath,
without any shoulder strap
strain.
The cording, extending to the
center, also acts to divide the
breasts, creating a youthful
contour.

GOLD MESH and RHINESTONE EVENING BAGS ...... . . . . ..... . . . 1.00 to 5.00
FLUFFY PUFFS in celophane cases ....................... . ......... . . . 50c to 1,00
CUT CRYSTAL PERFUME BOTTLES .................................50c to L, 0(
EVENING IN PARIS GIFT SETS.... . ...... . ....... . ...............1.00 to 5.00
TRE JUR BATH SALTS, gift boxed ........................ . .... . .50c and 1.00
COLORFUL SOAP BALLS and SOAP NOVELTIES . . ................... 5c to 1.00
DOLLS and ANIMALS of all types ........... .. . ...... . .............1.00 and 2.00
COLORFUL SOAP BALLS and SOAP NOVELTIES ... . ......... . ...... . 25c to 1.00
MATCHABELLI, COTY, HOUBIGANT, LUCIEN LELONG and YARDLEY
PERFUMES and COLOGNES ............................. .....1.00 to 3.75
CRYSTAL CIGARETTE LIGHTERS for dressing tables .......................1.00
HAND MADE SILK GOWNS, embroidery, lace trimmed ...............4.50 to 8.50
LOVELY SILK AND SATIN GIFT SLIPS............ . ..................2,00 to 4.50
SILK AND SATIN GIFT PANTIES ............................ ... ...2.25 to 4.50

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