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Come-Across" Will Be Given

Santa In Sleigh I
Of BlueSilver
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Songs By Betty Harwood, end
Helen Rhodes Are Part nee
Of Plans For Program A
and
Blue and silver reindeer bearing can
the names of Assembly and the dor- To
mtories will be hitched to a sleigh rece
representing the University to form con
the, decoration for the Christmas
Come-Across, to be held at 9 p.m. Pn
Saturday in the League ballroom,
Molly Allison, '39, chairman of decor-
ations, announced yesterday. red
Santa Claus Rides Again dec
Miss Santa Claus, in blue and sil- Yul
ver,' will be seated in the sleigh and vari
the traditional Christmas tree will be Sig,
placed at one end of the room. Helen and
Rhodes, '40, will sing, "My Blue Hear- mut
en" with an accompaniment by Bill sma
Sawyer's swing quintet,a vibraphone, and
clarinet, coronet, bass viol, and pi- and
ano. "You Go To My Head" will be onir
sung by Betty Harwood, 40SM. Vir-
ginia Lee, ;regular vocalist with Saw-
yer's band, will also appear.
Patricia Matthews, '40, announces the
the name of the committee members wee
and their guests; Jean ;rarley, '39, dan
general chairman has as, her guest fror
Gary Voorhees, '39, and Frances ing
Burgess, '39, assistant chairman, will wile
attend with Alston Voorhees, '39E. hay
Sally Manthei, '40 will be with Stan- by
ton Reusch, '39, the
Guest List Continued Bla
Dr. Joseph Roone of Detroit will P
be the guest of Roslyn Felliman, '40, pha
finance chairman; Molly Allison, dec- dan
orations chairman, will attend with Cha
Allison Thomas, '39L; Patricia Mat- B. I
thews, '40, will have as her guest Mrs
Jaek MacLeod, '40BAd, and Zenovia Mrs
Skoratko, '40Ed, will attend with Her
Alex Stigerwald, '40. C
Use of the whole third floor will at
be available for bridge, ping pong dan
and bingo games. Anyone will be mid
free to participate in the games. At ent]
the end of the evening, a prize will Edy
be given to .the couple who receives T
the highest score in the rubber. Tick- The
ets will be on sale at the League the
Desk for all independent women ity's
and sorority pledges. day
The Ann Arbor Independents will beir
sell flowers at the dance. and
Be a Goodfelow Mrs

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HOLIDAY SALE of
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF'
GIFT LUGGAGE
Wardrobe and Steamer Trunks
'Gladstones, Overnites, Fitted
Bags, Golf Rolls, Brief Cases,
Bill Folds, Tour-Aiders and
other smart traveling equip-
ment as advertised in Esquire.
SECOND FLOOR
DOWNTOWN

Sigma Alpha Iota, national honor-
ary musical sorority, will hold its an-
nual Christmas Candlelight Service
at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the First Con-
gregational Church. Martha Bailey,
'39SM, is general Chairman of the
service.
The church is to be decorated
with Christmas trees, wreaths, and
stars, Miss Bailey announced. The
only lighting is to be with candles,
placed in the church and held by the
singers.,
The music will be sung by carolers
who are not visible to the audience.
At the end of the program the choir,
dressed in choir robes and carrying
candles, will march up into the bal-
cony, downstairs, and then out
through the center aisie.
At the conclusion of the program
the whole group, all members of Sig-
ma Alpha Iota will sing "Candlelight
Processional." Besides the well-known
Christmas carols, both Irish and Eng-
lish carols will be sung

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___-- --Team Achieves

Of course there will be a
flock of thrilling holiday
dates!
HELEN POLHEMUS
has some 'just-right' hats
for every occasion
-from $3.95
Helen Poihemus

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Swimvictory
State Normal Is Defeated
35 To 13 In Union Pool
The women's swimming club of
Michigan State Normal College was
defeated by the Michigan Swimming
Club by the score of 35 to 13. The
meet was held from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. f
Thursday in the Union pool.
Ruth Allen, '39, won the free style
event for Michigan. Rwby Mauerer,
'42, breast stroke winner and Mar-
garet Wismap, '42, also helped to tally
up Michigan's victory.
The crawl form event'was won by
Alice Forkes of Michigan State Nor-
mal. Elita Grill, ;manager of the
club and Miss Brewter, adviser to the
team helped-to direct the events and
Bunty Maine, '39, announced the
meet.
Following the meet participants
were served refreshments at the
Women's Athletic Building. Hot
chocolate was poured by W.A.A.. board
members from the University of
Michigan.

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Goodyear's
Open'tl 9:00
SATURDAY NIGHT
That everyone may shop at convenient hours
on Saturday, Goodyear's Stores, Downtown
and on the Campus, will remain open until
9 o'clock Saturday night. Until the closing
bell sounds you'll find counters and shelves
stocked with attractive new gift merchan-
dise, and an adequate corps of salespeople
eager and ready to serve you.
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