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Recital Is Given
By Dance Club1
7 LocalChildren To Dance
In Annual Program
The fourth annual Christmas Dance
Recital will be held at 4:15 p.m. today
in the Lounge of the Woren's Ath-
The program is to include "Gigue
in Counterpoint," by Corelli, a tradi-
tional Christmas carol, "Dance Suite"
by Bartok, "Three Dances of Judith"
by Lloyd-Williamson, a "Waltz" by
Strauss, several "Traditional Eng-
lish Country Dances," and "Chil-
dren's Suite" by Tansman. Dances
were composed by the group with the
exception of the English Folk Group,
and the "Three Dances of Judith"
which were composed by Miss Ruth
Bloomer, faculty adviser.
, The recital will mark the first
public hearing of Lloyd-Williamson's
musical accompaniment of "Three
Dances of Judith" which was written
after the dance had been composed.
The "Tansman Children's Suite" has
been done at the suggestion of Mr.
Thor Johnson, of the University
School of Music. Mr. Johnson has
arranged these dances for the Little
Symphony, and at a later recital this
suite will be done with orchestral
In addition to a group of 20 Univer-
sity students, seven local grammer
school pupils will take part in the re-
cital. They are Judy Attwood, Dor-
othy Blanchard, Grace Blanchara,
Gretchen Riggs, Mary Gray, Sylvia
Sharfroth, and Lilian Wagner. They
will dance "Christmas Carol."
The program has been arranged by,
Beth O'Roke, '40A and accompanist
last Children's Fraternities Install
Officers And Hold
ThAea- Pay Initiations, Parties
Unvrit'oe Announces Pledging
TO Head Guild Hall Athena, national forensic society,
announces the pledging of Elizabeth
Among the committee members for Bibber, '40, Ruth Fitzpatrick, '41,
the annual Christmas ball given in Jane Krause. '41. Mary Jane Le-
Ann Arbor during vacation by the s'40. Jane M. Sapp. '41, Elinor
Altar Guild group of St. Andrew's and Jean Ramsey, '40.
Episcopal church, are several Univer-_andJeanRamsey,_'4_.
General chairman for the affair, to
be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tues- Oriental Gift
Tea I s Toda S A ioine Chapter house activities for this b
week include initiations, installation b V K
For the third time this semester, Jan. 6 And 7 To Be Datejof officers and Christmas parties.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will en-.Of 'TheUly Duckling' Delta Sigma Pi 'Twas the day 'fore vacation
tertindhesudent bods tn a te fU D k Delta Sigma Pi announces the in- And all through the room
tertain the student body at a tea from O retta AdatainiiNot a creature was stirring
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today at their home.l.of the Edw ingH , T. Yea, nary a goon!
Those vho will pour during the af- The third and last Children's The- James B. Foster, '41E; Charles R'39:
ternoon are Mrs. L. M. Davies, Mrs. J. atrJordan '40BAd; George M Sharpe We were watching the clock
A. Orbison, Mrs. Henry M. Kimball,re production of the school year a Ol A. Wickmann, With the greatest of care
Barbara Paterson, '39, Helen Jean will be an operetta adaptation of An- '4BA; LincolnA. Wic;mannr'40; With hopes that the hour's e
Dean, '39, Sybil Swartout, '39, and derson's fairy tale, "The Ugly Duck- Vance 'N. Win. erge M. Soon would be there.
Madeline Kreighoff, '39. ling," to be given at 5,:45 p.m. Fri- 39BAd
Members of the social committee day, Jan. 6 and at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 Chi Omega Jane in her kerchief
of the League who have been asked.. And I in my pork-pie
to t are Doris Marschner'40 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, in Lydia Men- \ Chi Omega has initiated the f l-1 Had just settled down
Rut assiPsollock, '40, Helen Rigterink, delssohn Theatre. It will be directed lowing students: Betty Stadelman, For a few winks of shut-eye.
'41, Elinor Sevison, '41, Dorothea by Richard McKelvey, Grad. '40; Bettie Summers, '40SM; Ruth
Ortmayer, '41, Barbara Zapp, '40, Casting is now in progress, with insey '4; Joan Bondurant, '4SM When all ofsa such a clatter
and Charene Houk, '39. about 100 children trying out for the Rera , '40; aron '41Ma I turned around quick
Alpha Xi Delta, Zone VI., Delta 60 singing and dancing animal chorus Frances Besancon A' R Barbara To see what was the matter.
Delta Delta, Kappa Delta, Delta Up- parts, while lead roles will be taken by Ackles Besancon.g '42; B rbara 4a;
silon, Beta Theta Pi, Psi Upsilon and adults. Rehearsals will take place AcklesB'41; tir4inia ArereHnmes1
.lReharsal willtake laceDorothy Bogart, '4OSM; Alice Himes, And there to my wondering
mm1. pp""nr rni a Pcn~r".iv u.'i ....:1.I-sins acton w
Phi Kappa tau are especian ynvn- throughout Christmas vacation, with
ed to the tea, Mary Minor, '40, chair- music and lyrics for a ballet of swans,
man, announced. tap-dancing routines and approxi-
mately eight songs being furnished
is to be Ward Allen, '39L. Members j respectively by Margery Soenksen, '39.
of the Dance Club who are to partici-
pate are: Jean Ballard, Grad.; Elaine
Bergers, '4OEd; Joan Bevington,
'40Ed; Jeanne Burt, '40Ed; Florence
Corkum, '41Ed; Neva Dilly, '41Ed;
Helen Ellis, Grad.; Betty French,
'40Ed; Sarah Graf, Grad.; Barbara
Guest, '40Ed; Virginia Hoelzle, '40Ed:
Beverly Jenness, '40; Calla Laboritz,
'39Ed; Clara Lenfestey, '41Ed; Beat-
rice Lovejoy, '39Ed; Jane Murray,
Grad.; June Roberts, '41Ed; Betty
Varnell, '41Ed; Betty Lou Witters,!
'41Ed'and Rosebur Wolfson, '39.
The recital is open to the public.
December 14, 1938
In Spite of the pre-vacation flurry of exams, I
just had to take time out to tell you about the dis-
covery of the 'month.
HELEN POLHEMUS (613 E. Williami, 4 doors
off State) has a whole flock of new hats. Just per-
fect for vacation dates, and they fit a shoe-string
budget! $3.95 and up
While you're there look at Park wood hosiery-
and Miriam Brous, Grad.
Have Musical Comedy
Musical comedy technique will be1
used in the entire production, under
the same technical staff used in pre-
vious Children's Theatre projects this
fall: costumes by Paith Watkins, '39,3
and Miriam Szold, '40; sets by Robert,
Corrigan, '39; lighting by Anne Klein-
er, '40, and all other phases by the
Theatre Arts committee of the League
under the direction of Roberta Chis-
sus, '39, chairman.
"Rumplestiltskin" and "The Kindly,
Pirate" given this fall played to an
average of 1,500 children each and
their enthusiastic response shows that
the Children's Theatre has a real
place in Ann Arbor, Ethel McCormick,'
social director of the League, said
She praised the fine support offered
by the public schools under Edith
Bader, elementary school supervisor.
They made pupils aware of the pre-,
sentations, acquainted them with the
stories arfd helped very materially in
the selling of both season and in-
dividual tickets. Miss Bader said
yesterday, "We were very glad of the
oppor Anity to help in making avail-
able to Ann Arbor children such fine
39; Marilyn Jennings, '40; Jean Dun-
lap, '40; Anne Minckler, '41; and
Catherine De Vine, '40.
Theta Xi announces the recent in-
stallation of the following officers: D.
Philip Clark, '39, president; C. Philip
Simpson, '40, vice-president; LeRoy
E. Fake, Jr., '40E, treasurer; William
C. Blanchard, '41E, house manager;
Harvey L. Ellsworth, '40E, steward;
and Thomas O. McKinley, '39Ed, cor-
Gaze did appear
An adorable Scotty,
Tail wagging in rear.
His eyes how they twinkled,
His bark oh so merry,
His fur was like wire brush
His nose a black cherry.
To the front he did scamper
And then up each row
Then again to tle back
AiA dit hP did go
responding secretary. LAt'
Kappa Kappa Gamma As he pranced out of sights
Initiated at Kappa Kappa Gamma I could just hear him bark
sorority Saturday were Dorothy Boy- "Happy Christmas to all,
er, '41; Betty Kepler, '41; Jean Mc- And to all a good mark!"
Kay, '40; Patricia Nahser, '41 and__
Virginia Osgood, '41.
Sororities Entertain Stacey Woods To Speak
A Christmas party for the alumni To Student Prayer Group
and their children was given by Al-
pha Chi Omega Monday. Mr. Stacey Woods, general secre-
Alpha Epsilon Iota, medical sorori- tGary of the Inter-Varsity Christian
ty, will hold its annual formal Christ- Fellowship of Canada will be the
mas dance today. Twenty guests will guest speaker at an informal meeting
be present and gifts will be ex- of the Christian Student Prayer
changed. Group at 8 p.m. Thursday in Lane
Christmas Theme Used
At Newman Club Dance1
The Newman Club Christmas dance
was held from R p.m. till 10:30 p.m.-
yesterday in St. Mary's Student Chap-
el auditorium. Red and green stream-
ers were strung over the entire ceiling
and a large decorated tree stood in
Other features of the program will
include the reading of an account of
an interview with two of the shep-
herds who witnessed the glory of the
Judean heavens on the night of the
Biblical versions of the birth of
Christ, a Christmas legend by Mrs.
Woods, Christmas carols and an in-
formal social hour will complete the
they make good gifts.
Herb Ritz and his orchestra played, Blood Tests Topic Of Talk
and refreshments were served during
the evening. Margaret Mary Lyon, Dr. Deuben L. Kahn, of the bacteri-
'42, and Betty Lopker, '40, were co- ology and seriology departments, will
chairmen of the dance. speak on "The Social Significance of
Blood Tests" at a Fireside Discus-
See you around,
Ma H air o rnam ents sparkling
with rhinestones and pearls
Tuck-a-way Cabinets for
Shoes and small things
$3.00 and $3.95
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White or bright prints in
pure linen handkerchiefs
Toy Animals of fluffy an-
gora or silky plush . . . from
Mrs. May Starrett of Cleveland, O. Student Reception
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Lillian K., '39F&C, to Given By Faculty
Frank C. Becker, Jr., '39F&C, of Co-
lumbus, O. The announcement was
made known Sunday, Dec. 4 at the The faculty of the business admin-
home of Dr. Frieda C. 1lanchard. i istration school held a reception for
Miss Starrett is editor of the "Mich- students from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
igan Forester" and transfered from in the HIorace Rackham Building.
Ohio State University in 1936. Mr. Among those who attended were
Becker is Social Chairman of the Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin and
Forestry Club and was Chairman of Frances Griffin, Prof. and Mrs. Mer-
the Paul Bunyan Dance held recently. win H. Waterman, Prof. and Mrs.
He transfered from Ohio State Herbert F. Taggart, Prof. and Mrs.
University in 1937. Following their Olin W. Blackett, Prof. and Mrs.
graduation in June the couple will Dudley M. Phelps, Prof. and Mrs.
take their master's degree in forestry. Wililam A. Paton, Prof. and Mrs.:
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C. Kimball Earl S. Wolaver, and Prof. and Mrs.
of Wolcott, N.Y. announced the en- Edgar H. Gault,
gagement of their daughter, Jo-Clark, Included among the guests were
'39, to Philip N. Buckminster, '39E, of M latthew MacLean, '39BAd, Beulah
Battle Creek. Miss Kimball is a mem- Downs, '42BAd, Phyllis Bennett.
ber of Delta Gamma sorority and Mr. 40BAd, R i c h a r d Gerkensmeyer,
Buckminster is affiliated with Theta '3,9BAd, Benjamin Leopold, '39BAd,
Xi fraternity. |Douglas Hayes, '40BAd, Arthur Bar-
The engagement of Patricia Nel- tholomew, '39BAd, William Shaw.
son, '38, t'o James E. Church was an- 39BAd, and Kingsley belly, '39BAd.
nounced by the former's parents,-----
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Nelson of gagement of their daughter Barbara.
Detroit. Mr. Church attended In- ito William G. Butler, son of Mr. and
diana University and New York Na- I Mrs. Gregory Butler of Detroit. Miss
tional Academy of Art. Miss Nelson Allington attended Liggett School and
is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta was a member of Collegiate Sorosis
sorority. Mr. Butler is affiliated with Tau Beta
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie F. Allington and was graduated from Yale and
of Detroit have announced the en- Harvard Law School.
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sion to be held at 8 p.m. today at
Lane Hall under the auspices of the
Student Religious Association
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Enamel Dresser Sets . . ;5.
Stationary in an array of
colors and paper . . from
25c a box
with fur. Brown
Newest! And sure to be one of her prized
gifts! Of BLUE . WINE or BLACK
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