Tt1ESDAY, DEC. 14, i ;
THUE MIC 1 AN DAILY
Andi now vacation time is close upon us . .. festivities have taken on the
Christmas spirit ... and we've all begun to chant the well-known tune .. .
"Three more days 'til vacation, then we'll go to the station" . . . But the
parties this week-end were doing the celebrating of the occasion a bit in
nrven . . and1 what nartip thev wr r ycvrvrnnc. wn hrrin- mer a merr
To Brighten The Day
Wherein A Weird
Swimming Club Vacation Jobs Available
Mfeet To Be Held' Through Dean's Office
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time . .. Santa Clauses even came to town . .. and all that was confusing
was the date . It looked as though Santa had jumped the gun by a
week or two.
The Sophomores gave their party in the union Friday night . . . to the
tune of Reggie Childs, his orchestra and loads of fun . . . The decorations
were really super but the silver stars on the red velvet drapes offered no
end of temptations and amusement for everybody . .. The silver Christmas
trees glistened . . . and Santa was at the door of the ballroom ushering
Frances Sutherland and Bill Steytler in as we came down the hall . . . He
was distributing dance programs too and we saw him giving one to Janet
Carver who was there with Carl Johnson . . . Marian Gommesen and
Ken Meyer in the ballroom when we arrived and the music was in session ...
Barb Teall and Art Ricker were watching Reggie flourish his baton ... and
we saw Frances Bonisteel there with John Wallace . . . Mary Margaret
Meloche and Phil Gordy were also in the prom party as were Maxine Nelsonj
and Rogers Bradley.
Phi Gam Is First Stop...
At intermission we left the Prom to take in some of the other gala parties
and the first stop was the Phi Gam pledge formal ... Esther Baker and
Burgess Vail were starting the party off, with some fi
trick steps . . . Jane Jewitt and Jack Appleton
were early in getting into the swing too . .. Betty
Swift and Bill Layhe were finding something most
amusing ... Harriet Thom and Harvey Clarke were "
watchin gthe orchestra and we saw Mary Ashley
dancing with Chuck Darling . . . Jean Bonisteel
and Bill Knecht were there . . . Eileen Hayward .\1
and George Seymour came in later ... and Mary
Margaret Thomas was there with Jack Thom ...
Then over to the Lambda Chi party to join in their fun . . . Dorothy White
and Shorty Wolfe were already having their share . . . and Dody Wagner
and Roy Gerardi had arrived earlier too. . . so the party was in full swing ...
Betty Boothby and Dick Hassberger were whipping up some numbers .. .
and we saw Shirley Todt there with David Crum . . . Betty Flynn and
Bud Simmons came into the party and Ann Wills and Donald Carr were
close behind . . . Vicky Morrell and Hanley Staley were talking with Marion
Tarbell and Ed Bruna between dances.
At the Zeta Tau Alpha party we saw lots of celebrating too . . . Betty Ann
Cole and John Rae were dancing as we came in . . and we saw Marion Hughes]
there with Clare Saltz . . . Jeannetta Campbell and Jim Gould were talking
with Maryalice Quick and Vick Olson.J
Psychiatric Case The first inter-club meet of the There are a number of positions
T M eet T -day women's swimming team will take available in private homes for those
Bylace f 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow inwomen students who desire work dur-
-° ,By WRAGth Union pool, Helen Wolf, '4Ed.i,1
4 O Women Represented; Lately I have been very happy that president of the club, announced. ing the Christmas vacation. Those
I am here all alone and that no wom- The first event will be composed of women who wish to apply for such
Soclal Actlvties To Be an but the nurse comes into my room. front and back crawl, side stroke and jobs should come as soon as possible
Subjeet Of Diseussion I have been watching the campus breast stroke for speed. The next to the Office of the Dean of Women,
*omen pass along the sidewalks there will be front and back crawl for form. Mrs. Byrl P. Bacher, assistant Dean
Plans for social activities in the below me. They are very queer look- j Then will come a medley relay an of Women announced today.
ew year will be discussed at a meet ing creatures, the last number will be a novelty re- The Office of the Dean has been
ng of 55 league house representatives I have been in this room for two lay. Miss Wolf urges all the women providing this. facility fo remploy -
o be held at 5 p.m. today in the years. My impression of the whole who are members of the swimming ment of women during the holidays
league. Hope Hartwig. '38, president change in woman's fashions during team to come out for the meet. for the past several years.
of the League and Miss Ethel Mc- that time is that men have all of a
Cormick, social director, will address '-;sudden gained the upper hand over
he meeting. women and have subjugated them,
Topics to be discussed will be ex-,- beneath their heels. I am pretty well
hange dinners between houses, Sun- convinced of this because the co-eds
day night suppers, faculty recep- are beginning to dress more and more
Lions and tea dances, all to be held like the Russian peasant woman.
'ha thlauehossiidnteulytheRusiwea nterle mananashristm as Eift ofQ v-alityi
at the League. "We have long felt Trudge Like Peasants
Miss Hartwig said, "and we would along with a hump, and scrape theirWAT H E SI LV E RWA RE
ike them to enter into closer contact t I feet in a dreary shuffle when they
with our activities." trudge by as though they have been Hamiltons Towle. . . Gorham
If the league houses decide to set carrying a heavy bundle on their
up a committee to organize their so- backs all day. Omegas ... Elgins International
ial activities, such a committee can !These women who pass by my
work with the League and will be 1 barred window, have gained my pity. Girara-Perregaii x Wallace
given League points, Miss Hartwig No doubt they are forced to labor in
pointed out. The basis of organiza- the rain and snow because their cos-
tion for these activities can be eith- tumes consist of heavy duty coatsGENUINESS M iN S
er the eight zones that now exist, or: that are an odd kind of burlap on one
some other grouping, she added. y # side, and can be turned inside out
More than 400 women will be rep- n it is raining.
resented at the meeting today, for 't whenc.. itc isl roai0(ning.e(fl FneG~alt
se dat eswi tetdxetoWomen's Vanity Disappears q1(frrhd lise of Good /1alVe and t c/Fine Qali/y
all league houses, with thie exception t me Vniy Is -ar
of sorority annexes, have been in- Women seem to have lost their
vited. The room in which the meet- vanity in these few years. Stockings
ing will be held will be posted on the for the most part are wrinkled and
League bulletin board. have crooked seams. And men seem
to be mistreating women because
Sthese poor creatures are forced to
Program-wear odd-looking brown and white
Y ulea shoes much like those that we men
used tq wear during the summer.
Is HeldToday However, these poor female crea- JEWEL ERS and SILVERSMITHS
tures are apparently forced to -wear2M
them throughout the whole year. In 208 South MasStreet
Dance (lub Will Present l Another one of those dresses so snow and everything!
Annual Ecrtainnent necessary to the college women's
wardrobe is this ilaid wool with its DANCE CLASSES WILL NOT MEET--
The third annual Christmas dance graceful, many-gored skirt. The Neither the regular Tuesday night
program given by the women's Mod- si of stylevmake t e af dancing classes nor the Wednesday
ern Dance Club .will be held at 4:30 the standard favorites, especially n ing seso ee
pmtoy ith Woe'Atltcfor campus wear this time of year night Swing Session will meet this h k tmla
p.m. today, in the Women's Athletic under heavy wii'itmr cats. week, it was announced by Jean Mc-C hss r gain
Building, Beatrice Lovejoy, '38, club Conkey, 38, vice-president of the eietanucd
T program is given by the mem- I League in charge of these classes.
The ---- - ---
bers of the club. It will be coin- FREE $5
posed of a voice trio, a dance suite, a j V e ino
group of pre-classic forms, and a se-
lection, Jubilation,' from a dance,an
'Judith,' composed by Miss Ruth
Bloomer, faculty adviser of the club !Ladies . . With any Typewriter, adding or other Office Machine
and director of the program.R;purchased at manufacturer's list price before Christmas.
Wardpanist. The costumes are under the YOUR ' One of thelarges and best stocks in the Sate
p to~ ecsueD zeeThe engagement of two former ~ A 1
direction of Beatrice Danzieger. '40, Th enamnto tw rer' HAIR l euL . M T
and Leada Miller, Spec.Ed. Beverly University students and the mar-iNe L. C SMITH
Jenness, '39, and Shinsel Kim, Grad., riage of a third was announced re-dR
have charge of the decorations. cently. and CORONA,
The Women's Athletic Association Mr. and Mrs. L. Clayton Hill of Get a new Christmas
is responsible for further arrange- ROYAL,
ments and members of the W.A.A. Birmingham announced the engage-
board will usher. ment of their daughter, Barbara Permanent at the UNDERWOOD,
rAlice, to Charles H. Ramin of Wind-RG
Meelinr To e H d sor at a cocktail party at the bride- REMI NGTON
elct's hme Sunday.amin is the NOISE LESS Pra l
eesnni orB AAIletsToeWuda.Rai/i he son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Ramin NOS LS Portable
By JuniorA.A... of Williamsport, Pa.
Both Miss Hill and Ramin attend-, R T Typewrmiers
The University modern dance club ed the University where the latter j'i a II
will provide the entertainment at a was affiliated with Delta Tau Delta. BEAUTY SHOP s
dinner meeting of the Junior Ameri- The wedding date has been set for -
can Association of University Women Jan. 22. Betty Hill, '40, will be maidRecondoned Typewriters, new and used Dupicators, Mim-
to be held at 6:15 p.m. today in the of honor at the ceremony in St. Dun- 605 William St. 4 eographs, Adding and Office Machines - - $25.00 and up.
Michigan League. stan's Chapel of Christ's Church,
Mrs. Frank Kamman and Miss Al- Cranbrook.
marene Montgomery, social chair- MRuh Edwina Krentler, daugh- ONE YEAR TO PAY!
men, will act as special hostesses. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Krent- Terms as low as 1 Oc a day may be arran
A- - vs marasi sbre dged
That Pre-Vacation Sparkle . .
The Sigma Phi's were celebrating with pre-vacation gusto ....Saw Evelyn
Dock with Jack Washburn and Anabel Avery with Al Ellick. . . Enora Fer-
riss was there with Hugh Higginbottom ... and we saw Ann Vedder with
Herm Cole . . . In the 'midst of the dancing everything stopped for a
song . . . a "Happy Birthday" to Bill Bavinger,
Lee and Ed D'Aprix, Jane
Burt Reedy . . . all trying
who was presented with the gift of one pair
of binoculars to be used in his leisure hours .. .
After the award, we saw Jean Rutherford and
Jim Talman . . . and Sybil Swartout dancing
with Rufus Roys ... Janet Burns and Joe Spitz-
ley were just arriving as we dashed out to get
on to another party.
The Alpha Delt house party included two
very good dances-formal and informal-and a
hay ride, that were all tops... .Mary Alice Mc-
Andrew and Jack Kleene were there . . . and
Stephanie Parfet was there with San Ladd .. -
On the hay ride Saturday afternoon were Jean
Nussbaum, Blake Thaxter and Jane Hardy with
to keep out the chill winter winds . . . We saw
ty Huldin at the formal with Bill Parfet. . . Dot Lavan with Bob Winter
Carolyn Coller and Dave Ladd were dancing to their special request,
de to the orchestra . . . Irene Sartor and John Rubsam were all in the
ty spirit. . . Also sa wCharlotte Poock with John Kollig and Betty Young
h Tom Kleene.
asketball Makes Its Bow ...
The basktball season onened with one of the best names of the year
[such action and scoring ... not a dull moment in the whole game . of the dinner arrangements and Miss M and Mr. M.eV Jackson on-
saw Marge Williams and Tom Tussing searching for Dorothy Beise of the program. dianapolis, Ind., were married Friday
ts in the much-crowded field house and Barbara Those who will take part in the at the bride's home in Detroit. Rev.
ckus was there with Jack Lavan ... Whipping over to program are Virginia Brigham, '40A; Charles Jatho of St. John's Episcopal
hockey game to see the last few minutes of play we Doris Daitz, '38; Mrs. Otto Graf; Bar- Church officiated.
v Mary Elizabeth Robinson and Buster Whiting among tbara Guest, '40; Elaine Hamilton,
ers cheering the team . . .,he Beta party was all in '39Ed; Sally Kenny, '38Ed; Edith Le-
ristmas decorativeness-Christmas trees, wreaths, and veene, '41; Beatrice Lovejoy, '39Ed;
h were everywhere . . . Harriet Shackleton and Doug ueller, '38Ede Bethc.Ed r 'JnFr
rmer were enjoying it all . . . and Nancy Saiber, and Mary Redden, Irene Sabo, '38Ed;
id Tyrrelle weren't missing much of the fun.. . Mary Victoria Stianowski, '38; Bernice Remodeled
ie Fiye was there with Scott Harkins and we saw Jo Wolfson, '39 and Rosebud Wolfson,
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The Law Club put out the canopy Saturday night and gave one of their
well-known parties . . . this time with a colored Santa who greeted all the
guests . . . We saw Hazel DeGroot and Roy Rogers alighting from their
cab .. . and Ruth Goldman and Bill Klein returning Santa's greeting . .
Nancy Schaefer and Bob Stewart were dancing when we arrived.
ASSEMBLY WILL MEET
A special meeting of the Assembly
Board will be held at 5 p.m. today
in the League, Helen Jesperson, '38,
president of Assembly, announcedl
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