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DtC. 12, 1938

THW~ MIC HIGA-N DAILY-

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Uniform Night
Wins Approval
Of Panhellenie
Pledges Will Have Same
Meeting Night To Help
Heads Of Dormitories
A unanimous decision favoring uni-
form pledge night among sorori-
ties was made at a recent meeting of
Panhellenic Association, Stephanie
Parfet, '39, president, announced. In
view of a few minor difficulties it
was impossible to make this a Pan-
hellenic rule this semester, but that
step will probably be taken later.
The chief reason for this decision
is that a uniform pledge night would
make it possible for dormitory direc-
tors to plan meals more closely. At
the present time both Monday and
Tuesday nights are peldge nights
among the sororities, When the rule
goes into affect Monday will be speci-
fied, Miss Parfet said.
Action will be taken later on the
suggestion that both fraternities and
sororities choose the same weekend
in March for initiation. The reasons
for this suggestions are: first, it will
stimulate alumnae interest ( since
alumnae of all sororities will be in
Ann Arbor the sam~e day; second, it
will simplify the process of issuing
initiation slips for the Dean's office;
third, it is expected to provide a bond
of unity among pledges of all sorori-
ties; fourth, since all houses will plan
on the date, there will be no trouble
of conflicting house dances.
Action on the question of uniform
initiation day was postponed to per-
mit Panhellenic representatives to
sound out the opinion of their sor-
orities on the problem.
JGP Committee Meeting
The Finance Committee of the
1939 Junior Girls' Play will meet at
4 p.m. tomorrow in the Undergradu-
ate Office of the League, Jean Tib-
bits, '40, chairman, announced.

Tweed Reefer Is Chic

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Tarty Lie
By VLADIMIR LENIN
(As Told To Earl R. Gilman)

Benefit Dane
Will BeToday
Tea Dance Profits To Aid
War Refugee Children

MOSCOW, Dec. 11-(Special from the Moscow Murmur)-The polit- A nf4*- t da fo

.ureau late last night released the membership list of the University of
vlichigan bourgeois parties held this oast week-end in Ann Arbor-the last
utpost of conservatism now that the Republicans have won out in Vermont
-and Maine .
n The American Student Union's membership dance highlighted a busy
reek-end, girls . . . However, the reports that Alf M. Landon and Father
Coughlin were guests of honor were definitely spiked as was the rumor that

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the University ROTC unit put on a drill exhibition
. . ..That man in uniform was the doorman . . .
Among those ASUing it-and we do mean ASU-
ing it-were Comrade Red Zeitlin and Ruth Well-
ington (8067) . . . Red wore a tie since he heard
that the dance was to be semi-formal . . . Bob
Bretland, he of the Fascist salute and the dirty
dollars, was seen dancing over in one of the
corners with an unidentified aborigine who re-
fused to give her phone number, insisting that
she' could not speak Russian . . . Also seen were
Bob Emerine minueting with Miriam Wellingtogj
(phone taken out last week) . . . And Phil Cum-

. * * anyone on
your gift-list is a gadabout
(or an extra-active sort of
person) IF she has a repu-
tation for being "hard on
hose," but loves stockings
which are lovely to look at....
IF you want to give her
something "extra special"
(without too much burden to
your budget!)...
THEN choose our Mojud
Thigh-Mold silk stockings!
They're sheer and flawless.
The plus value is in four magic
strips in the hemline. They
absorb the strain of activity
(cause of most hosiery trouble)
Come in soon
...and dispose
of your gift-
problems in a 4
jiffy!

College girls this year can ac-
quire that chic casual touch by
wearing just such a tweed reefer
coat as is shown above. This type
of coat is suitable for practically
any occasion and is most flatter-
ing with its fitted lines and tail-
ored smartness.
Tweed Coats
Place Stress
On Casual Air
Casualness and a studied careless-
ness are the two new notes in the
untrimmed coats this winter. This
pertains, of course, only t( sport and
spectator sport coats. Tweeds and!
camels hair are the predominating
fabrics and their common-placeness
is forgotten in the variety of color
combinations that they offer.
A typical winter reefer is the coat
pictured above. It is well tailored with
sport lapels, buttons down the front,
has padded shoulders, fitted back
and waist-line. This coat is becoming
in solid black or deep navy blue
fine-weave wool and also in the rich
English tweeds which subtly blend
many colors into a black or brown
Background with the white or gray-
white grain.
Reefer Plays Dual Role
This type of coat is in good taste!
almost anywhere for it is a Jack-of-
all-trades affair. With dressy sport
accessories it can be worn at the
coctkail bar, open house, tea, matinee
and on those casual dates in the eve-
ning. It has a dual role, being suit-
able for town and country wear.
For the woman who feels that a
reefer coat is too revealing, there is
the nifty swagger coat. This coat is,
most flattering for it suggests slen-
derness, especially in the tall but
stoutish person, whereas the .reefer
coat gives long lines to the shorter
Miss. One should select her coats in
accordance with her figure, choosing
that which does the most for her.
Camels Hair For Campus
There are many types of swagger
coats to chose from. The camels hair
with broad shoulders and roomy
sleeves is especially styled for com-
fort when knocking around campus
or in the country. It is the ideal coat
for a long winter tramp on those win-
try windy days. Being well interlined
it offers sufficient protection and it
is smart looking besides.

nins and Mary Cummins (all signed up for the next two weeks)
The rich Kulak lawyers were having a fine time too, brushing tails
mnd tuxes at their Lawyers' Formal Saturday . . . We saw Starkie
aitchie glide by with a ravishingly looking creature . . . Starkie had a
ravishing look in his eyes too . . I wonder why . . . . Then there was
Jack McCarthy with Carroll Adams (7117) . . and sweeping the floor
. . . with a glance were Dave Canmann and beautiful Betty Kepler
(2-1146) . . . and William Jetterburg with Betty Titus (23273) of the
TraverseCity Titushells . . . Jack Pedigo danced by with Phyllis Cavanaugh
(8347) . . . and you might have expected to see Clark Schell-game there
with Marian Price (2-3203)'. . . and William Studley with, was it Mary or
Ethel Mikulich, or was it both, darn that punch . .
Willie Anderson was trucking Dorothea Wassell
(2-2591-after 10:30 call 4121) . . Tom Diver dove
in and came up with Willa Burke (who is not listed
on the winter books) . . . and Ned Walworth was
seen here and there with Jane Garnett (2-3965-if a
man answers, hang up) . . . Well, so much for th(O
potential small-town big shots . . . Tho we did see
B. Wooley waltzing by, while the orchestra was
playing St. Louis Blues, with Maxine Blaess under one arm and Aroma Heel
under the other (both of those lines are busy) .
The Soph Prom was pretty hot stuff . . . just like the Communist Mani-
festo . . . Friday . . . Chris Lee and Celesta Jayne (private numbers)
were there as were Bud Vetter and Bill Harnnest . . . Also
Jean Herrick (who has a ring already, we have heard)
V..with Chuch Holten . . . And Margaret Gose and Irk
Brent . . . and Robert Nabatoff and Harriet Dorfin .
You guessed it, you shoud have been there . . .
Alpha Epsilon Phi had a pledge formal Saturday
night and was it fun . . . just like the old country .
Marcia Sharfman (2-3119 and ask for Ruth-you're
bound to get someone) was there with Bob Kositcheck
... .. and Dorothy Arnold with Milt Frankel . . . and Fran
Fisher with Bernie Rubiner . . . Winnie Cooper (same
number) with Earl Brenn, and Dorrie Blayden and
Chickie Zolla . . . You slhuld have been there .
A few of the comrades at the Chi Phi house got to-
gether Friday, too . . . Chloe Ann Van Schoick (22-591
-be firm) was there with Bob Wagner . . Marion
Stern (225-91) was there with Bill Powers, we think
The proud Alpha Delt house resounded once again to the voice of
children at play as their little shindig swung in and out . . . They even

Theta Chi announces the initia-
tion of Harold Holshuh, '40, Robert
Crane, '41, Gordon Hardy, '41SM, and
Eric Wright, '41.
An initiation banquet was given at
noon Saturday by Triangle fratern-
ity at the Michigan Union in honor
of Merle Heidman, '39E, and Howard
Williams, '40E. Prof. John E. Ems-
wiler spoke.

Christmas Gifts
r . ~that Last... ,
She will always cherish the o
beautiful linens and handker-
chiefs that you give her. Every
girl has an important:place for
them in her home, and the more
she receives the happier she
will be.
Always Reasonably Priced
O GAGE LINEN SHOP
10 NICKELS ARCADE

H enei, n zwa cauic -t
Srf hildren will be held en Newberry vs. Gamma Phi Beta
Spanish refugee cd and Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Al-
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in Lane pha Gamma Delta at 5:10 p.m. to-
moo.;The affair will be sponsored by morrow; Mosher Hall vs. Alpha
the American Student Union. Omicron Pi at 5:10 p.m. Wednes-
Admission to the tea dance will day; Alpha Phi vs. Chi Omega
consist of two or more of the follow- and Phi Sigma Sigma vs. Zone I
ing articles: cake of soap, can of milk, at 5:10 p.m. Thursday.
small toy, not made in Germany, Bowling: 3:15 to 6 p.m. and 7
Italy or Japan, new article of cloth- p.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
ing, box of chocolate or 15 cents in Dance: Recital at 4:15 p.m.
cash. These gifts will be used to fill Wednesday at the Women's Ath-
stockings for the Spanish children. letic Building.
The tea dance will :also take the Fencing: Meetings at 4:15 p.m.
form of a faculty-student reception today and at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
with the following faculty members at Barbour Gymnasium.
and their wives attending: Prof. and Outdoor Sports: Ice skating
Mrs. Leroy Waterman, Prof. John meet Wednesday at Coliseum.
Shepard, Mrs. Edward Blakeman, Mr. Rifle: From 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
and Mrs. Herbert Weisinger, Mrs.! today and Wednesday and from
Mabel Ross Rhead, Mr. Morris Green- 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow
hut, Prof. Dewitt Parker, Prof. A. L. and Thursday at the Women's
Bader and Prof. Martha Colby. Athletic Building.
A Christmas tree and Christmas Swimming Club: Meeting at 4
colors will decorate the Hall. Miss p. m. today at Union pool. It is
Jean Maxted and Miss Adrienne important that all members at-
Rauchwerger will pour. The chaper- tend.
ons will be Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Baum. Theta Chi Has Fraternity
FnGMen As Weekend Guests
Fraternities Give
Theta Chi fraternity had as their
Initiation Dinners guests this weekend members of the
Hesperian, Eclectic and Delphic fra-
Alpha Chi Omega announces the ternities of Michigan State College.
nitiation of Vievia Hoelscher, '40SM. The chaperones for the radio dance
A banquet at 6:30 p.m. Friday fol-e d
lowed the initiation ceremonies of Saturday and the dinner Sunday were
4ipha Chi Sigma fraternity. Those Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Legg and Mr.
initiated were Warren Florane, '39, and Mrs. Gilbert Chavenelle. About
John Vass, '40E. James Mericka, '39E, twenty guests attended from East
Gale Ecenbarger, '40E, Richard Lansing, according to Jack Wilcox,
Trainer, and Arnold Soeder, '41E. '39, social chairman.

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HOSIERY

4-Thread Crepe
48 Gauge in Snappy Shades 79c
100 Hand Woven All-Wool
Scarfs in Plain Colors-Tuesday
Only .................... 39c

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had a Santa Claus . . . The DG's fought it
out with the DT's . . . Mary Lavan (no a
use calling the DG house for the line is
busy) was hounding Wally Myers . . . And
Bill Cushing and Jane Reiter of Birmingham
. . Pat Lillie was to be seen with Mary-
Jane Peterson-also imported-and was
Pat paying duties . . . And Jack D'Arcy
was swinging around the Marian Smith .
The Come Across Dance at the League
got us finally ". . . were they lucky . . . we saw Kay Patterson with Tyke
Hourigan (call any dormitory) . . . and Betty Harwood, one of the girleez
who crooned was going at it with Tommy Laforest . . . Sorry . . Guess
that is all . . . more names for the girls after Christmas and more num-
bers for the. boys . . . Happy Holidays
SPECIALS for the
Yuletide Season
LINGERIE SMOCKS
HOUSECOATS KAYSER HOSIERY
FOUNDATION GARMENTS
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8 NICKELS ARCADE

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MOJUD
Thigh-Mold
Silk Stockings

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$1.

Others 79c to $1.15
CO'LLINS
Liberty at Maynard

Swagger coats are equally chic -in
white grain tweeds and can be worn
with many colors for they contain the
multi-colored hues of the rainbow
within their tweed mixture. There
are some who prefer their swagger
coat to have a dressy touch and in this
case one can have a collar of heavy
fur like raccoon, skunk, wolf, or red,
gray or silver fox.

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WHAT'S ALL THE
FUZZ ABOUT?
ANGORA, of course - the baby-check-like ingredient that makes
the new sweaters downy soft and far more appealing than the
flatter, harsher mixture of yore. Indeed, there's been so much fuss
as well as fuzz about angora that a genuine shortage looms just
ahead. As the supply of angora has definite limitations, prices are
zooming. We. with commendable intuition, foresaw all the fuss

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