THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Friday, Jan. 14,
Will Be Date Of Annual Interfraternity Ball
Roy E. Frazier,
Bud B. Lundahl
Choice Of Place For Dance
Is Undecided; Orchestra
Is To Be Chosen Soon
The annual Interfraternity Ball
will be held Friday, Jan. 14, under the
co-chairmanship of Bud B. Lundahl,
'38, president of the Interfraternity
Council, and Roy E. Frazier, '38, it
was announced yesterday by Frazier.
The orchestra for the ball is as yet
not known, Frazier said, but will be
decided upon within the next few
days. The place for holding the
dance also has not yet been deter-
mined, but it is a choice between the
Union, the League, Waterman Gym-
nasium and the Intramural Building.
The committee for the Ball is com-
posed of Roland Athay, '38; Robert
Canning, '39, Arthur Colman, '39, D.
Philip Clark, '38, Julian Kilman, '39,
John Rinek, '39E, John Thompson,
'39 and Phillips Whittemore '39E.
The functions of these committee
men have not yet been decided, but
there will be fdurecommittees: decor-
ations, publicity, tickets and music.
The co-chairmen, Lundahl and
Frazier are members of Phi Kappa
Psi and Theta Delta Chi fraterni-
ties, respectively. Athay is a Trigon,
Canning a member of Phi Chi and
Colman affiliated with Alpha Alpha
Clark is a Theta Xi, Kilman an
Alpha Delta Phi, and Rinek a mem-
ber cf Phi Gamma Delta. Thompson
is affiliated with Delta Upsilon and
Whittcmore with Psi Upsilon.
Fletcher Henderson and Charlie
Agnew both played at last year's
rnterfraternity Ball which was held
in both the League and Union Ball-
At Mosher Hall
All the splendor and romance of
medieval pageantry came to life last
night in Mosher Hall after a formal
Christmas dinner, when 26 residents
presented an authentic 15th Century
Yuletide Pageant before Dean Alice
C, Lloyd, Miss Kathleen Hamm, di-
rector of Mosher-Jordan, and Miss
Maxine Boone, dietician, and the
Miss Jean Keller, assistant direc-
tor of Mosher, condensed two pa-
geants in the writing of this one, and
was assisted by Josephine Van Wor-
mer, '39, Florence Keavin, '39, and
Anna Thomson, '38, in the produc-
tion. Jean Gall, '41, had charge of
King and Queen of the Court were
Ruth Carr, '38, and Janet Groft, '38,
respectively, , while Camilla Ayers,
'41, and MaryEleanor MacCready,
'41, took the parts of the lady and
the gentleman of the court. Mar-
garet Myers, '38, was the page boy,
and Barbara Eppstein, '39, and Dor-
othy Gittleman, '38, did the tumb-
ling. The trio of huntsmen consisted
of Helen Jesperson '38, Margaret
Ferries, ''38, and Louise Barr, '41.
Alice Quinn, '38, the flower bear-
er, presented bouquets to Miss Lloyd,
Miss Hamm and Miss Boone. -The
custodian of the court was Betty
Becherer, '38. Rose Landsburg, '39,
and Phyllis Cohen, '41, were the her-
alds and Berta Knudson, '38A, and
Louise Larrabee, '38, were men in
waiting. Eight women served as
mummers of the court. Angelene Ma-
liszewski, '38, was the Virgin Mary
and Nancy Kover, '38, was Joseph
in the tableau within the pageant.
Dormitory To Hold
The annual Christmas breakfast
held by Martha Cook Building will be
at 6 a.m. tomorrow, Madeline Krieg-
hoff, '38, general chairman an-
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Dr.
and Mrs. James D. Bruce, Mrs. Ed-
ward L. Adams, Mrs. Norman R. F.
Maier, Mrs. Albert K. Stevens, Mrs.
M. L. D'Ooge, Mrs. R. E. Drake, Mrs.
Homer L. Heath and Martha Cook,
'40, will be among the guests.
In addition, there will be 55 moth-
ers of the Martha Cook Building
residents in attendance. A candle-
light service will be held before the
breakfast, Miss Krieghoff said.
Moping On The Mall
Christmas is practically on its way, and all the University is practically
on its respective ways home.
Monday afternoon before the League Council meeting got under way
completely, a bunch of the upperclass-women were seen jumping rope
in the Undergraduate Offices. Barbatra Bradfield had brought a rope to
tie up her roommate, one Betsy Baxter, and putting it to good use were
Hope Hartwig, Bobbie Melin, Midge Ayers and
All the league house presidents were at a meet-
ing last Tuesday. Billie Potter, Ruth Steinke,
Frieda Kaufman, Clara Marie DeWeese, Helen Lou
Mosher, Phyllis Brochman and Lottie Marie Babin-
ski were there. Elsie Mueller went on record in
favor of the League Sunday night suppers for
league houses and Virginia Ritter gave her little bit
on the side of faculty teas.
The Christmas program of the Modern Dance
Club was given in the W.A.B. Tuesday afternoon.
It was a very artistically presented program-one that did the art proud.
Eileen Lay, Ann Schaeffer and Grace Wilson sang in the trio. Beatrice Love-
joy, president of the club, Virginia Brigham, Doris Daitz, Beatrice Danziger,
Sarah Graf, Barbara Guest, Elaine Hamilton, Virginia Hoelzle, Beverly
Jenness, Sally Kenny, Shinsil Kim, Edith Levienne, Leada Miller, Mary Jane
Mueller, Beth O'Roke, Mary Redden, Irene Sabo, Victoria Staianowski,
Bernice Wolfson and Bud Wolfson took part. Mary Johnson, W.A.A. presi-
dent and Dorothy White were there, and Alberta Royal was passing
Badminton Proving Popular
Badminton has become so popular this season that the powers that be
are seriously considering making people sign up for a course. Too many
people come at once on the open nights
at Barbour to make things run smoothly. ,,
By the way, the floor is being "done" dur-
ing Christmas vacation, and as a result,
there will be three, instead of two courts.
The swimming club had a five-women,
swimming meet in the Union pool yester
day afternoon. Barbara Johnson won the
back crawl in competition with Helen
Wolf. Helen and Jean Hendrian won the
tandem from Clara Lenfestey and Sally
Corcoran. Sally, in turn, beat Clara and
Jean in the breast stroke, and Jean beat .
everybody in the 50 yard dash. Seems like it gets rather involved as time
That awful W.A.A. pool again! Without a doubt, there's never a day
but that somebody brings it up. Now they are even handing in little poems
for the Daily.
TO SANTA CLAUS
The carillon plays Christmas carols
And we wish that you could see
The spirit of Michigan's Christmas
In the lights on the Campus Tree.
If wishes could be granted,
And as the air, were free,
We'd wish Santa would leave us
A POOL, not a Christmas Tree.
Mlartha Cook Attends Theatre..
Martha Cook went down to Detroit to see Helen Hayes in "Victoria
Regina" and the next night, full of youthful spirit and ambition, they
walked all over Alpha Epsilon Phi and beat them by 24 points! Final score:
Cook 25, Alpha Epsilon Phi, 1.
The time has come for all good mice to truck on home for the
holidays. Let us close with the ever-present and ever-trite-see you next
Large Crowd I
'taffeta, Velvet, Chiffon
Are Popular Selections
For Formal At League
More than 75 couples attended the
formal dance given by the Faculty
Women's Club from 9 p.m. to mid-
night yesterday in the League Ball-
room. Mrs. Ralph Aigler, president
of the club, and her board received.
Mrs. Aigler wore black velvet witht
a jewelled pin at the neckline.
Mrs. Aigler was assisted by Prof.
and Mrs. John S. Worley, Prof. and
Mrs. Ralph Hammett and Prof. andl
Mrs. Arthur L. Dunham. Mrs. Wor-I
ley, in charge of bridge tables in theI
Grand Rapids Room, chose black
net trimmed with nanow bands of
black velvet. Mrs. Hammett was
seen in cerise tafetta. Burgundy
velvet was the choice of Mrs. Dun-
ham. Mrs. Wells Bennett, chair-
man of the program committee, wore
light beige tafetta.
On the ballroom floor, Mrs. Charles
SJamieson was seen dancing in black
chiffon. Mrs. Marvin Waterman ap-
peared in pale silver-and-green bro-
caded satin. Mrs. Dudley M. Phelps,
attired in orange crepe, and Mrs. Ora
S. Duffenback, in pale green, were
seen at bridge tables. Mrs. Bruce
Fralick, in black chiffon, and Mrs.
James M. Cork, in black velvet, were.
seen talking with a group.
Prof. William HaberE
Talks To Graduates
Prof. William Haber of the ec-
onomics department was the prin-
cipal speaker at the Gra-duate Lun-
cheon held yesterday noon in the
Russian Tea Room of the League.
Prof. Haber spoke on the present ec-
onomic conditions in the United!
Thousands of industrial layoffs I
took place and at the same time the
federal government economized, he
said. Thus, need has been going up
and ways of meeting need have been
going dowh. On the one hand, Pro-
fessor Haber stated, we want the gov-
ernment to spend less, and the bud-
get to be balanced. On the other
hand, when the government does
By KATHERINE MAC IVOR
If you would like to make a child'sj
Christmas complete, one of the books
by Sadye and Anson Lowitz would
prove a real delight.
Mrs. Lowitz, the author of the
stories, graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in 1925 and since,
has become a prominent writer of
books for children. Mr. Lowitz does
the extremely clever illustrations,
which are of as much enjoyment to
the reader as the story itself. The
drawings are very gay and are scat-
tered abundantly throughout the
Among the books is "General
George the Great," which gives the
life of Wash~ngton in a way that
brings him to reality. "The Cruise
of Mr. Christopher Columbus" and
"Mr. Key's Song" make both of these
events unforgettable. A spirit of ad-
venture characteristic of fairy tales}
fills every page and has just the
right touch of lightness and sim-
plicity. Mrs. Lowitz believes that the
adventurous side of historical events
should be emphasized and thus en-
courage further explorations into
history on the part of the young
"The Magic Fountain" and "The
Pilgrim's Party"Fare equally interest-
ing and amusing; for the children
seem to take them seriously and
Anson Books Spell Christmas
Delight For Children Readers
adults read them for the humourous
side. The authors' eight year old
daughter, Bobbin, is the editor-in-
The profits from the sale of these
books will be contributed by the au-
thors to the fund for the women's
Enlargement To Be Made
Of Presidential Powers
The powers of the president of
the League were enlarged in the new
copy of the constitution of the
League which was recently revised by
a committee headed by Barbara
Bradfield, '38, chairman of the merit
The president now has the power
of appointment of all officers, chair-
men and committees whose appoint-
ment is not provided for in the con-
stitution. Other changes involve an
increase in the scope of ratification
by the Undergraduate Council, ,and
a clarification of the duties of Ju-
Everything done by Judiciary
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pression. A balanced budget from Council, the president of the League
presio. baancd udgt fomand the Board of Representatives
the psychological viewpoint is nec- adteBar fRpesnaie
essary.pmust be passed by the Undergraduate
Union To Give Christmas
Program At Coffee Hour Give
Featuring a special Christmas mo- MAGAZ I N E
tif, the last Union Coffee Hour be SUBSCRIPTIONS
fore the vacation will be held from! v_ --
5:30 p.m. today in the small ballroom
of the Union.
The program, being planned by
Eliot Robison, '39, of the Union Ex-
ecutive Council, will include Christ-
mas songs, and a special pianist.
Coffee, chocolate and cookies will be
served, and Mrs. Charles Coe will act
TIME ... $5.00
727 N. University Phone 9797
THETA CHI INITIATION'
Theta Chi announces the initiation
of John Frederick, '38; Charles Frost,
40; Reuben Frost, '40; Robert Pabst,
'40E; Al Reid ,'40E; Harry Sonne-
born, '40 and Jack Wilcox, '39.
CHANGE CARILLON RECITAL
The evening carillon recitals will
be changed to Sunday programs to
be held at 10 a.m. after Christmas
vacation, Pres. Charles Sink of thel
music school announced yesterday.
IMPROVES ON PARIS
SUPERBLY REPRODUCED . .
YOLANDE GOWNS are cut -with that luscious sinuous-
ness Yolande is so justly famed for ... are stitched A
i 'with the super-elastic pure silk thread (entirely by
hand) that makes all Yolande things so strong and
practical. What a rapturous and unforgetible gift
thee'll make for ani- woman!
231 South State .
8 Doors North of Kresge's
Let Us Help You Choose that
Christmas Gift for "Him"
ACE SUEDE JACKETS
S TETSON HATS
Holiday Gift Suggestions
Perfumes and Sets
by COTY'S ... HOUBIGANT'S
EVEN ING IN
C OOPER SHIRTS
H ICKOK BELTS
Agfa and Eastman Cameras
Chocolates by Gilberts
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