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SA MDAY, OV. 25, 1939


And White

To Be Color Scheme Of Panhellenic Ball

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F Fraerniy CeebraionsToda

Evening Of Carols
Will Be Presented
By Honor Societies
In the approved spirit of Yuletide'
the world over for centuries past,
Christmas at Michigan brings Wy-I
vern, Scroll, and Senior Society, wom-
en's honor societies, for an evening
of carolling to be held, Wednesday,
Dec. 13.
About 60 women will comprise the
group of carollers. They will make
a general tour -of the campus, includ-

Merit SyAtein
Plans Recheck
Conmittee Is Sponsoring
Week To Clean-Up Files
"Clean-up Week," under thespon-
sorship of the Merit System commit-
tee, will be held from Monday
through Friday in the League ac-
cording to Roberta Leete, '40, chair-
man of the Merit System committee.
-This week is designed to give every
woman on campus the opportunity to
check her .merit points with the files.

M ink CoatsAre Smart

M 4gnas mai dormitoriesb and srority in the Undergraduate office of the,
houses as possible. League. From 2 to 5 p.m. every day
Transportation will be provided by next week there will be a member
either a sleigh or hay wagon, de- of the Merit System colmittee in
pending on the weather. Following the Undergraduate office to assist
the singing, the women will meet at women in-checking their cards which
the League for a Christmas party. are on file 'there.
Due to the loss of lists from class
projects and other campus activities
u Kit is feared that there may be wom-
en who are not accredited with points
CONVE N IE NT fortheir extra-curricular activities.
Miss Leete stated that points may
A N D SAFE not have been recorded for women
holding positions on League commit-
T RANS PORTAT ION tees or for work in the WAA. This
10 mi. downtown "Clean-up Week" gives the oppor-
20 min. crosstown tunity to all women for checking their
points and for ,gaining some which
may possibly be due to them but
10C Cash Fait which are not recorded at the League.

Tickets 3 for 25c
Free Transfers. School Children
between ages of 6-12 years
10 tickets 'for 50c

Jordon To Entertain
Prof. Leonard S. Gregory of the
School of Music will be the dinner
guest of Jordan Hall tomorrow. After
dinner Professor Gregory will pre-
sent some recordings of the program
which will be given by the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra Monday.

For street dress, football games,
and weekend dates, mink coats are
again featured this year. When_
worn with a matching fur hat they
add height. They are also smart
when worn over a simple woolen
street dress. With skirts and sweat-
ers they are popular for school
p erfectNe Ow
Date Check-up



New Insignia
Is To Appear
In Decorations
Winter Effect Is Atained
With Cottn Sno~bal' ;
To Cover Chanddiier
Silver and white accompaniment to'
the annual Panhellenic Ball will
carry out a wintry theme from S
pm. to 1 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1 in the
Walnut Room of the League.
Against a background of white and
silver papered ceiling, sparkling cot-
ton will transform the chandeliers
into a mass of snowballs. A new
affect will be obtained by cutting
ott the organization's insignia in
the ceiling drapery so that the let-
ters will appear electrically lighted
by the bulbs overhead.
To Display New Crest
Panhellenic's new crest, purchased
this year,' will occupy a prominent
place just above the orchestra. The
appearance of this crest is thought
of as a significant manifestation of
the organization's policy of more co-
operation and integration among
the various sororities on campus.
Souvenirs this year will carry out
the spirit of wintry jollity with glis-
tening programs of white felt.
Dick Stabile To Play
Dick Stabile and his orchestra, re-
cently termed the "Rhythmic New
Deal" orchestra, will provide the,
melody for the annual affair. Johnny
Drake, saxophonist and vocalist, the
rhythm quartet, and the Stabile sex-
tette will all be part of the entertain-
mhent program for the evening. Stabile
has recently played in Pittsburgh,
Cleveland, Chicago, and Detroit, and
is frequently heard on radio broad-
In charge of the ball is Virginia
Osgood, '41, general chairman. Work-
ing with her are Anabel Avery, '40,
patrons; Betty Reutter, '40, decora-
tions; Ruth Chatard, '40, ballroom;
Barbara Taft, '41, music; Elizabeth
Titus, '40, favors, and Patricia Had-
lay, '42, publicity.
Letter Box
To the Editor:
It seems to me that the Central
Committee for JGP really has a prob-
lem on its hands. What is more
troublesome than deciding whether
or not they should use men in their
coming production. As for myself,
I can easily understand why they
'have been having all the hairpulling
and 'catting' in their recent meet-
To complicate matters I can see
that there are several angles from
which the problem should be studied.
But there's the main point .
should JGP be a project for the
Junior Girls, or should they try to
appease the public and perhaps come
out in the black???
It seems to me that tradition is
a matter which is too very senti-
mental, and all that, but why should
it interfere with the play? After
all men can play their parts much
better than the women, so why not
bring them into the play and make
it a riproaring success? Then too,
there is another thought. Wouldn't
it be a lot easier to get the girls
together for rehearsal if there were
males around?
Just a passing thought,

Forty FraternitCelebrationsToda
Will End Season 's Football Dances


With the approach of the last
football game of the 199 season,
Michi*afi students evidently intend
:to make the most of today. Forty
parties in one day is sufficient proof
of that.
Acacia heads the list, with a tea
dance from 4 to 8p~m. Chaperoningi
their party will beMr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell Pryce. At the Alpha Chi Sigma
dance, to be givei from 9 p.m. to
midnight, the chaperons will be Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur B. Ness, and Mr.
and Mrs. Roger A. Hoffman. To
be held from 6 p.m. to midnight, the
Alpha Delta Phi party will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Alpha Kappa Kappa To Hold Dance
Dr. and Mrs. Willis E. Brown and
Dr. anid Mrs. John C. Wolgamot will
chaperon at the Alpha Kappa Kappa
dance. Alpha Kappa Lambda's party
will be chaperoned by Mr. Harold A.
Kerr and Mr. Robert Bartels. The
Alpha Omega dance is to be given at
the Assembly Room of the Rackham
School. The chaperons will be Dr.
Azriel Weller and Dr. Bennet R.
The party at the Alpha Sigma Phi
house is to be chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. D. P. Hammianial and Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. McCloud. Alpha Tau
Omega has requested Mr. and Mrs. L.
A. Wikel and Prof. And Mrs. W. J..
Emmons to be its chaperons. Mr.
and Mrs. Olney Bush and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cavan will chaperon the
Beta Theta Pi dance.
At the Chi Phi affair, the chap-
erons are Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelsey
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owen. Chi
Psi is having Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Petty-
john and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moan
as its chaperons. Delta Delta Delta
is having a supper dance. from 5:30
p.m. to 8 p.m., which will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reich-
art, and Mr. and Mrs. James Eberly.
Tea Dance 5 To 8 P.M.
Delta Sigma Delta has asked Dr.
Richard Christl and Dr. C. R. Wright
to be the chaperons at its dance.
Delta Tau Delta has made the same
request of Prof. and Mrs. W. W. Gil-
bert and Mr and Mrs. Delbert Jef-
fers. The tea dance, to be given
from 5 to 8 p.m. by Delta Upsilon
Brighten Cos tumies
Accessories make the costume, es-
pecially if they come in contrasting
colors which serve to lighten and add
interest. New suits and coats are
glorified, and old ones rejuvenated.
A rust-colored suede bag, cylinder-
shaped with matching rust gloves,
would be ideal with a tweed suit.
"Men like red hats," or they are re-
puted to, and with the red hat comes
an enormous red purse, shaped like
a muff with a dashing gold zipper
on the top.
More like a miniature suitcase than
a bag, is a large red wool purse with
a decorative clasp. This purse would
be very handy for someone who
carries three-quarters of her posses-
sions in her purse.
sions in her purse. For the football
games, there are pigskin bags shaped
like a.fotball, which come in all

will be chaperoned by Mi'. and Mrs. stein and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ack-
C. W. Whitely and Mr. and Mrs. J. erman will chaperon for Zeta Beta
H. Caswell. Tau. Mr. and Mrs. E. Stevens.Rice
Tea dancing will -also be the order Td Mr. and Mrs. E. trens Re
of te dy a Heen ewbrry frm iand Mr. and Mrs. Philip Trezise are
of the day at Helen Newberry, from the Zeta Tau Alpha chaperons. And
4:30 to 6 p.m. Miss Ruth DanielsonIthZeaTuApacprosAn
and Miss Jean Carruthers will chap- last, but not least, Zeta Psi will have
eron. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cory as chaperons Mr.-and Mrs. Arthuir D,
and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Maynard will 'ordon; and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
be the chaperons at the Kappa Delta Anketell.
dance. Kappa Delta Rho's party will
be -chaperoned by Mr. and.Mrs. John
S. Badger, and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Monday Afterloon
Van Hock.
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Goudsmit andR GP NNG
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kessel will at the Michigan League
be the chaperons at the Kappa Nu
dance. At the Kappa Sigma house, PARTY BRIDGE
the chaperons are 'Mr. and Mrs. H. J. and DUPLICATE
Barnum, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 2 P.M. Fee: 25c
Barnum. Lambda Chi Alpha's chap-
erons are Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Prasil Mrs. James J. Slattery
and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartman. Culbertson Teacher
Phi Beta Delta is having Mr. and Phone 3945 or 2-3349
Mrs. Philip Abramawtiz and Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Weiner as its chaperons.
Chaperoning for the Phi Beta Pi
dance are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor,
and Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Simeinski. Dr.
and Mrs. P. A. Lindquist and Dr.BOBGACH
and Mrs. T. D. Fitzgerald will be i
the chaperons for the Phi Chi party. HAS YOUR PICT-
Buffet Supper And Dance
At the Phi Gamma Delta house,
the chaperons are Prof. and Mrs.,
Bennett Weaver and Mr. and Mrs.
Ward Peterson. A buffet supper and
dance, from 6 p.m. to midnight at the'>
Phi Kappa Psi house will be chaper-
oned by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rank, \
and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bachman.
Phi Rho Sigma's affair will be chap-
eroned by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Foley
and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Shippey.
Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Gravit and Mr. BO
and Mrs. Cecil Creal will chaperon GACH CAMERA SHOP and
for the Phi Sigma Kappa party. At look over the pictures taken'
the Pi Lambda Phi house, the chap-
erons are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice at the dance last night.
Morse, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Mandeberg. The Sigma Alpha Epsi- Keep a photo record of
lon dance is to be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nesbit and Mr. your college parties.
and Mrs. W. E. Horstman.
Theta Chi's party is to be chap-
eroned by Mr. Robert Vander Pyl and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arnold. Theta Gach
Xi will have as its chaperons, Mr.
and Mrs. James W. Freeman and tL n
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell K. Hunt. At
night, the Xi Psi Phi party will be
chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. H. 0. Nickels Arcade
Goldbeck, and Dr. and Mrs. Charles 1
Waldo. Dr. and Mrs. P. M. Bern-




on U.S. 12
Two Miles East of Jackson
Plenty of Parking Space Large Dance Floor

Jordan Hall women may only rate
as freshmen academically, but social-
ly, as shown by their complete mas-
tery of pre-date technique, they de-
serve at least senior ranking.
It seems that a group of .oope:-
atively-minded women, residing in
the fifth-middle corridor of the dor-
mitory, decided that. as long as they
had no upperclassmen around to
advise them as to the relative merits
of the men (?) they were about to
date, they might as well profit from
the experiences of their own select


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Posted Two Sheets
So they posted two sheets of paper
on the door of their phone booth-
from which humble beginnings most
blind dates were found to originate.
On the paper labelled "white
sheet," are listed the names of those
men who have been found to measure
up to feminine qualifications of a
"good date."
And on the "black sheet" are the
names of those who hgve been found,
by trial and error methods, to be
seriously deficient in one or more of
the .necessary qualities. Specific in-
formation as to the nature of these
"defects" is often included on the
black list.
Corrections Made Daily
Corrections and additions are made
daily, with demotions from the white
to the black list occuring more fre-
quently than promotions the other
way around.
So far, the idea has proved so suc-
cessful that other corridors are
threatening to follow through with
their own eligibility lists.





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