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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15,1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FTYE

League Houses Will Unite;
W. A. A. Plans Tea Series

Phi Tau Alpha
Initiation Held
Monday Night

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'keddings
and -
engagemen ts

Danc(e To Be ive esses. They will be assisted by prof.
and Mrs. John S. Worley, Prof. and
Byv Faclty Wollin ,.hrs. Ralph Tlainett, and Pruf. and
errs. Arthur L. Dunham. Bridge will
A formal dance will be given from be played in the Grand Rapids Room
9 p.m. to midnight today in the League for those not wishing to dance.
Ballroom by the Faculty Women's Punch will be served and the rooms
Club will be decorated with Christmas
wreaths and red candles. Charlie
Mrs. Ralph Aigler, president of the! Zwick and his orchestra will play for
club, and her board will act as host- the dancing.

G- -. . - - - -' I Honorary Latin And Greek I I
Zone 8 Will Be Honored' Solution Of Gift Problem New Representative Body Society Gives Ceremony The wedding of Marjorie Link, for-
At First Of Zone Teas Plans Social Activities For 31 New Members i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maximilian
Tn For Coning Semester - -W. Link of Oak Park, Ill., to Henry
TBeG _ve _an 6r mi e strPhi Tau Alpha, honorary Latin and E. Beckmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
A tea for Zone VIII to be given1 More than 45 league house presi- Greek society, held its initiation Mon- C. Beckmeyer, of Hoyleton, Ill., wil
Thray, Jan. ZinI te Women r hn eday in the Grand Rapids Room of the take place Tuesday at the Grace Epis-
Thursday, Jan. 6 in the Women's lents resolved themselves into a rep- League. copal Church in Oak Park.
Athletic Building will be the first of a "a 4 'esentative organization for league Harold W. Gilmer, Grad., presided Miss Link is a member of Kappa
series of Zone teas given by the louses at a meeting held at 5 p.m. at the ceremonies, and Christmas Kappa Gamma and while in the Uni-
W.A.A. for the purpose of getting the; ' jesterday in the Grand Rapids RoomI carols were sung in Latin. versity was active in campus activ-
fo the Leage oses h f the League. Those initiated were: Mary Al- ities. She was a tryout for the Gar-
women from the League houses in- This is the first time such a body bright, '38; Helen Brady, '40; Mary goyle staff, was in the freshman pa-
terested in) the work of the W.A.A. ?as been formed, according to Hope Bowman, '38; John Bouck, Grad.; geant, "Oz U.," and was a member of
The series was decided upon by '-lartwig, '38, president of the League, Zelda Burke, '39: Miss Pychinski; the Washtenaw caucus committee.
the executive council of the W.A.A. who presided at the meeting, with Miss Hauk; Mary Hart, '39; Myron Beckmeyer attended the University of
tvoAsidedhel Mc o m eet, socingith- Goodman, Grad.; Colin Gordon Missouri.
and the athletic managers of theMcCormic social dir ad.;Muriel Jago, '40; Frances Nancy Saibert, '39, will be the maid
zones who met together last week to meet the first Tuesday of every mont Huntington, '40; Anne Kingston, '40; of honor. She is givg a shower for
discuss the problem of interesting the and its next meeting will be at 4:30 Edna Peterson, Grad.; Sylvia Peter- the bride-elect Sunday in Oak Park.
zones in extra-curricular activities. p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, in the League. man, '39 and Virginia Osterman, '39. The Rev. Harold Holt will officiate at
IcOthefs initiated were: Warren the marriage ceremony.
Its hoped that teas can be given for; The new organization will be com- Jackson, '40; Ragene Lamming, '39;
every zone. posed of presidents of all league Charles Rayment, Grad.; Miss Ray-
Virginia Allan, '39, is in charge of houses, with the exception of sorority mond, '40; Richard Roberts, '38; Mar- 1
annexes, and its work, i the main, vis Schwartz, 40; Miss Suel, '40; Bur- ,IS ' osen
will be planning social activities for mand Sheiber, '40; George Seymor,
Virginia Mulholland, '39, Mary May the residents of league houses. It will '39; Mary Shurtleff, Grad.; Frieda
Scoville, '40, Harriet Sharkey, '40, and work with the League and its mem- Scheffler Margaret Tichenor '39; I . 1 Athlete
Ruth Smith, '40. The tea is to be in- Attractive M ake-upn bers will be given League points. Lionel Tackna, '38; Thomas Van Arrs-
formal; movies of W.A.A. activities Elsie V. Mueller, '40, of Zuck dal, Grad.; and Miss Welch.ce dju19By
will be shown and games played. Kits A fford Delight house was appointed by Miss Hartwig Phi Tau Alpha is a local societydged 1937 Winnery
The zone athletic managers are to make plans for getting the repre- founded four years ago to promote Margin Of One Point
Helen Wolf, '40, Zone I; Jane Brich- For Smart W omen sentatives acquainted with each other an interest and further the study
an, '40, Zone II; Sally Corcoran, '41, at the next meeting, and to compile of Greek and Latin works. This year NEW YORK, Dec. 14.-()-Victor
Zone III; Virginia Storts, '39, Zone . j , the list of all the representatives. Vir- an attempt was made to include in the closest battle of ballots in the
IV; Marie Tate, '41, Zone V; Cala ginia Kielholtz, '41, of Radford house, younger students in the organization, history of the Associated Press year-
Laboritz, '39Ed, Zone VI; Mary Mor- so to wish youall well before you was appointed to notify houses of the in order to give them the advantages end polls, Katherine (Kitty) Raws,
ton, '40, Zone VII; Helen Dunn, '41, journey back home, we are giving you meetings. of the society while studying in the 18-year-old Florida aquatic ace, today
Zone VIII. last minute shoppers a few last min- Tentative plans for faculty teas University. was adjudged the No. 1 feminine ath-
Announcement of dates for teas to ute tips on the Christmas gift situa- and Sunday night suppers, to be held Plays, readings and other social lete of 1937.
be given for other zones will be made tion at the League, were discussed at the functions will be held later in the se~. Winner of four individual titles in
aftermivacation.kte---ng- -mester._a sensational two-day performance
aMake-up kits in alligator skin are during the last National Outdoor
attractive and practical too. They Swimming Championships, M i s s
Health Service To Hold contain all the necessities for a week- Student From Philippines Finds Rawls took the top berth by a margin
end of pulchritude. They're no end of only one point from Anita Lizana,
Staff Party Tomorrow of help after a day in the ice and AA b r Sila To 1'l Chilean holder of the U.S. tennis
snow. Ann 3imllai i an a crown, and Estelle Lawson Page of
A party for the staff of the Health And then combination sets like the Chapel Hill, N.C., national golf title-
Service will be given at 8:30 p.m. to- one above! Really super, super and holder.
morrow at the Women's Athletic in pretty boxes too, satin linings and By ELLEN CUTIBERT a balls and other formal functions Firsts Points
Building. all. Bath powder plus cologne is Christmas stockings and plump red does the typical Philippine dress ap- Katherine Rawls, swimming 11 53
The party is under the direction the most popular and the college Santas will prevail in the Philippine pear, she said. It is the preferred........10 52
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of Dr. Luther C. Carpenter, chairman I miss, auntie, mother and grandmother
of the sogial committee of the Health all agree that they're tops.
Service. The evening's entertainment A really unusual gift is a jar of bath
will consist of bowling, dancing, cards torpedoes. Soft bath salts are wrapped
and supper. in colored cellophane and are con-
tained in beautiful jars. These can
be used for powder afterwards.
ALPHA OMICRON PF PLEDGES So just buy any one of these for
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held its the lady whose 'Christmas gift has
fall initiation Sunday. Preceeding the been your dilemma and have a very
ceremony a banquet which honored merry Christmas.
the initiates as well as Edith For-
sythe, '36, of Ann Arbor, who will be ROCHESTER STUDENTS
married soon, was held. Those in- A luncheon will be held Tuesday,'
itiated were Leither Burleson, '40, of Dec. 21 for members of the University
Mansfield, Oh'io; Hilda Van Tuyl, basketball squad at the Powers Hotel
'40, of Ann Arbor; Beulah Downs, in Rochester, N.Y., where the team
39, of Romeo and Enid Fenske, '40, will meet the University of Rochestar
Detroit. quintet Tuesday evening..

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NEW ... YOUNG
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Wear One Hoge
For Christmas!

Islands on Christmas Eve as well as in
America, says Esperanza Castro, petite
graduate student from the Islands.
In most ways, the two countries
have no major differences, excluding
the lack of the biting Michigan cold,
she has discovered. Two places so
widely separated by ocean waters are
bound to have a few differences, but
she says these are minor ones for
the most part. We in America have
customs similar to those of the Philip-
pines, almost identical fashion styles,
and in general, Manila could pass as
any American city. ; They even see
plenty of snow there, she laughs, but
it's never first-hand-only in the'
movies.
Incidentally, motion pictures are
one way in which the Islanders have
it all over less fortunate people in
the United States, Miss Castro was
surprised to notice. "I saw 'Lost Hori-
zon' in the Philippines last April, be-
fore I came here," she said ("Lost
Horizon" played at a local theatre in
October of this year.)
With all these correlations between
the two ways of living and considering
the additional fact that she has been
studying English since she was 'way
back in the grades," Miss Castro feels
almost at home in this land where
she plans to spend the next three or
four years. There are days, however,
when she gets "pretty homesick" she
admits.
Now Studying Pharmacy
' She graduated from the University
of the Philippines, and as a Barbour
Scholar is studying synthetic phar-
macy at Michigan. She plans to go
back and practice in the Islands when
she finishes her course here. Not
many people are engaged in synthetic
pharmacy there, and it affords a very
good chance for advancement. In
fact, the Philippines sound like a
veritable business utopia for women.
They have invaded most of the pro-
fessions excepting engineering, she
said.
Paris Dictates Fashion
Paris dictates to the inhabitants of
the Islands as well as to Europeans;
and Americans. During classes; office
hours and on the street they wear an
ordinary western day-time dress. Only
a1

WPA REPORTED NORMAL regular 10:30 permission will hold
LANSING, Dec. 14.-(RP)-Louis M. Thursday night.
Nims, WPA administrator for Michi-
igan, said today that WPA employ-, NAVY DRESSES FEATURED
ment in Michigan was "right on the New York shops are featuring navy
normal curve" for the season estab- "blue combined with shell pink or
lished during the past five years, and touches of white in daytime dresses
that the current business recession as one of the outstanding fashions for
had not appreciably increased the the winter season.

fairs, many American evening gowns
'are seen. In either case, gold and
silve; evening sandals, similar to they
ones worn in America, peep out from
beneath the dresses. The Philippine
garment, while very beautiful, is too
inconvenient and fragile for daytime
wear, she pointed out.
About the coming freedom of the
Islands from the United States, Miss
Castro had this to say: "We like to
be independent very much, but of
course we enjoyed the possession by
America. America has done a great
deal for the Philippines, especially in
the educational line."

POSTPONE OPEN HOUSE
There will be no open-house at
the League until after Christmas
vacation, Hope Hartwig, '38, presi-
dent of the League, announced
yesterday. She also said that the

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by
uan Tvaalte
because she loves nice things!"
The stockings for your gift
to her! Exquisite sheers
i these are a tribute to her
9 loveliness. .to your taste.
j Gossimer sheer stockings
she'll covet . . . so give her.'
three pairs! Silk from top
t to toe ... dainty reinforce-
ments. Newest shades.
thre-trhiffon
PHILMIES - in three lengths - a super
three-thread chiffon... $1.00
ILLUSION - a four-thread with invisible
wearing qualities . . $1.00
SHEERIO - a two-thread transparency $1.15 ,
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Estelle Lawson Page, golf . . 8 52
Alice Marble, tennis...: , ...5 22
Jadwiga Jedrzejowska,
tennis .................. 2 17
Helen Stephens, track ...... 2 14
Patty Berg, golf ...........2 13.
Marion Miley, golf .........2 10
Babe Didrikson, golf .......0 6
Lenore Kight Wingard,
swimming ..............0 4

CANDY
FOR

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These are the first of our
Spring collection of dis-
tinctive suits, man-tai-
lored by Passarelli.
Hard finished flannels,
gabardines, herringbones.
kasha cloth, and shepherd
checked tweeds . . . in
severe mannish styles, or
with small dressmaker
details. Ever so smart for
traveling.
Chocolate Malacca-brown
Gull-grey Oxford
Stone-blue Duck-green

" GILBERT
" SCHRAFFT'S
" JO H NSTON
50c to $6.25
WE WRAP
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