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nming Gala To Be Held Frida

Women's Pool

Dress Coats Feature Varied Fur Trim

y At Intramural Building
Michigan Bluebook Of Cooking' Sales
Ex ected To Rnict flrmitnrv 1F47nrlg

Will Be Given
Profits Made

Ruthven Teas
Continue With

Eight Groups Participate
In Campus Ticket Sale;
Divers To Be Featured
Eight women's groups on campus
are aiding in the sale of tickets for
the fourth annual swimming gala,
to be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the
varsity swimming po at the Intra-
mural Building, Norma Curtis, '39,
president of the Women's Athletic
Association, announced recently.'
These groups include the W.A.A.
board, League Council, Mortar Board,
Senior Society, Wyvern, University
women's swimming club, Pan-Hellenic
representatives and dormitory presi-
dents. Tickets are also on sale at the
League desk and at Room 15, Barbour
To Contribute To Pool Fund
The money received from the sale
of these tickets will contribute to the
fund for the proposed new women's
swimming pool. Although the pool is
a W.A.A. project, Miss Curtis said,
the fact that so many groups are
helping with the ticket sale shows
that the women all over campus are
interested in securing the pool. June
Roberts, '4lEd, has charge of the sale
to sororities, and Jane Grove, '41, is
in charge of the dormitory sale. Mary
Rodger, '41, and Miriam Szold, '40Ed,
are helping Miss Roberts.
Program Is Varied
Representatives of the University
of Wayne, Detroit Athletic Club, and
various high schools, including Ann
Arbor, University, Battle Creek and
Linsing Eastern, will take part in
the meet, Matt Mann, varsity swim-
ming coach, said.
Two national champion divers and
two Michigan women diving cham-
pions from Battle Creek will give exhi-
bitions, Helena Tomski, sister of Wal-
demar Tomski, '39, member of the
varsity swimming team, will give an
exhibition of a 75-yard race. Five
Her .
The past week has heard rumblings
of a movement which is destined for
a bright future, if one may believe,
present indications. A few years ago;
the concept of the cooperative house
was evolved among students on this
campus, and since that time three
men's houses and one for women
have been established.
Our predictions of a bright future
for the plan are based on recent
action of Congress and Assembly
pledging active support for the move-
ment. These two orgaizations have
been stimulated to act and 'twould
seem that another year will see at
least one additional men's and one
women's house added to the roll call
of cooperatives.
Greater Understanding Is Needed
The movement itself deserves a
little more complete understanding
on the part of the student body than
it at present receives. First, members
of cooperatives are not radical, and
second, they do not slave over hot
fires, since the maximum work re-
quired from each is seven hours per
The fundamental principle of or-
ganization is that members are chos-
en for personal qualities without re-
lation to political or religious be
liefs. The entire managing of the
house is done by its members on a
plan of equal work for each.
Work Is Equally Divided
Four positions: purchasing, meal
planning, bookkeeping and treasurer,
are each delegated permanently to one
member, exonerating them from other

tasks, while the other work of cook-
ing, dish washing and cleaning is
divided among the others.
The plan is worthwhile to students
not only in the interests of economy,
but for the less material reasons of
independence and a democratic mode
of life.
Informal Dance
To Be Sponsored I
By Athletic Clubs
Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary phys-
ical education society, and the Men's
Physical Education Club will jointly
sponsor an informal dance. from 9
3.m. to midnight Saturday at the
Women's Athletic Building. The time
has been set so that it will not con-
flict with the Michigan State basket-
ball game, Michael Rodnick, '4Ed,
Patrons and patronesses of the
fan areMr .and Mrs. R. W. Web-

Second Todayl
p il ivnAlumnae Groups Will Aid
Sperial Invitations Given. ,
o iros ial In Selling 5,000 Copies
To Six Groups; Social .uin N.inlD'v
I During A National Drive
Committee Will, Assist
is An intensive sale of the Michigan
The second Ruthven Tea of this "Bluebook of Cooking" will begin to-
semester will be held from 4 p.m. to day and continue through the week
6 p.m. today at the President's home, as more than 5,000 copies are placed
and a campus-wide invitation to at- on sale to the general publlc, Mrs.
tend was extended yesterday by Mary S. Beach Conger, Alumnae Council l
Minor, '40, chairman of the tea, secretary announced yesterday.
Those who will pour during the af- The books will be placed on sale '
ternoon are Mrs. Warren L. Forsythe, at 16 places on the campus and
Mrs. Bennett Weaver, Mrs. John L.I
Brumm, Mrs. Lora Miles, Miss Marie throughout Ann Arbor, and alumnae
organizations in all parts of the
country will cooperate in selling the
To Interview For Ball book elsewhere. Profits from the
Judiciary Council of the League sale will be used to build a coopera-
Jiinteiew womeninteres n tive dormitory for 20 Michigan wom-
leviwal omeons intete lt- en. The greater part of the $40,000
Senior Ball positions and the lit- nec.essary for the building is expect-c
erary school vice-presidency from ed to have been raised by next May,
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in the edsonerenais y x ,
undergraduate office of the Mrs. Conger said.
League, Sybil Swartout, '39, Coun- Book has Washable Binding
cil chairman, announced yester-. The book, bound with spiral rings,
day.Iis covered in a washable light blue
Elegibility cards must be pre- oilcloth and has a picture of the
sented at the time of the inter- Burton Carillon Tower on the front.
view, Miss Swartout said. It is priced at one dollar.
The well-indexed collection of more
Hartwig, Mrs. G. E. Densmore, Mrs. than 700 recipes begins with a. sec-
D. W. Reynolds and Mrs. Mary C. tion entitled "In College Days." Con-3
Mitchell.ytributions to it were made by dormi-
The following members of the so- tories, sororities, league houses and
The ~ folr owi ng m mbors. 1 f t h so~ the League, the students of which

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The slim grace of the princess lines emphasized in these coats makes
them equally satisfactory for dress or street wear. The matching fur
muffs and collars, which add a trim note to the ensembles, are practical
for warmth, as well as ornamental for vacation use.

CIU comm n~ee viLe eague nave i
been asked to assist, Miss Minor said:
Ruth Dillman, '40; Elizabeth Hegge,
'41; Ann Vedder, '41A; Yvonne West-
rate, '41; Betty Kepler, '41; Suzanne
Tussing, '41; Virginia Durand, '40;
Rhea Jane Easton, 40; Helen Barnett,
'41; Betty Dickmeyer, '40; Helen
Brady, '40; Shirley Browerman and

To Be Saturday
New Songs And New Style
To Characterize Music
A new style of music, featuring or-
iginal arrangements by Bill Sawyer
and his orchestra, will be a major at-
tractions at the Christmas "C,/ me-
Across Dance" which is to be given
at League from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Satur-'
day in the League. Examples of this
new style are some experiments in
swing: an overture on themes from
"Alexander's Rag-Time Band" and
a motto theme idea in swing on "Blue
Is the Night."
A new song will alsobe introduced
by the orchestra that night, "Phi
Gamma Dream Girl," written by
Harold Tripp, father of Phi Gamma
Delta Edward Tripp, '41. The Phi
Gammas confidently assert that their
new song will soon tome to rival
the famed sweetheart song of Sigma
Chi. Mr. Tripp collaborated with Bill
Sawyer on another song, "Honey
Child" this summer which will also
be featured at the dance.
Tickets for the Christmas "Come-
Across" will be on sale from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, and from 10 a.m. until noon
and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday,
Sally Manthei, '41, announced. Girls
in charge of tickets at the dormitories
and league houses are asked to turn
their tickets and money in to Miss
Manthei at the League undergraduate
office between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday. All tickets
whose sale is not certain are to be in
by Wednesday, Miss Manthei said.
Y Do Your
Shopping Early
at j
Burr Patterson
Auld Co.
603 Church
Phone 8887
Read The Daily Classifieds

Joan Harris, 41'.}
Jingle Ba ' To Be The groups who have been espe -
cially invited to this second tea are
At Union Saturday Betsy Barbour House, Zone IV, Delta
Gamma Sorority, Allen Rumsey
House, Hermitage and Alpha Delta
The annual Christmas dance, "The Phi.,n
Jingle Ball," will be h'ld from 9 p.m. Goodfellows-Monday -
to midnight Saturday in the Union
ballroom, James Halligan, 40, social To Hold Dance Tuesday
chairman of the Union, announced Another in a series of formal dances
,yesterday. will be held by the Faculty-Alumnae
Christmas trees, lights and candies Association of Ann Arbor from 9:30
will be used to decorate the room in p.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13 in
true Christmas fashion, and a Santa the Union Ballroom. Eddie Minich
Claus will be present with favors for and his orchestra, under the manage-
every one. There will also be door ment of Del Delbridge and Ray Gor-
prizes Halligan stated rell ofDetroit, will play for the dance.

sent in their favorite recipe.
Other sections cover suggestions
for all parts of a meal from appetiz-
ers to desserts. The pages are inter-
spersed with pictures of campus
scenes and buildings. The recipes
of many famous persons, well-known
alumnae and Ann Arbor hostesses of
another era, are included in the vol-
Famous Contributors Are Named
Famous contributors include Lynn
Fontanne, who recently appeared in
Detroit in "The Sea Gull," Edna Fer-
ber, New York author, Judge Flor-
ence E. Allen of Cincinnati, and
Frank McIntyre, well-known Ann
Arbor actor who once played the
part of "Cap'n Henry" on the radio's
"Show Boat" program.
Chefs of the Dearborn Inn and
the Stevens Hotel in Chicago have
added material, and among typical
dishes of foreign countries is Swed-
en's smorgasbord, and the German
Christmas cookies and cakes familiar
to all residents of Ann Arbor.


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Also. many unusual gifts in

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