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December 08, 1939 - Image 5

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FRIDAY, DEC-8,1939



'Winter Wonderland' To Have Premiere

Today In League



Dinner Dances
Top Party List
This Weekend
"One more week 'til vacation-"
and the last weekend on campus (for'
a while) is filled with formals and
A house party will occupy the timel
of the members of Alpha Delta Phi
this weekend. They start off today
with a dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Their chaperons are Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. L. Everand and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
lan Eddy. Beta Theta Pi is also hav-
ing a dance today. The chaperons
for this affair will be Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Stevenson, and Mrs. V. L. Beers.
Chi Phi Holds Formal
Formal dancing will be held at the
Chi Phi house. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne An-
drews, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ow-
en are to chaperon. Delta Tau Delta
wlil also have a formal. Mr. and Mrs.
Justin L. Powers and Mr. and Mrs.
D. K. Jeffers have been requested to
Another house to have its winter
formal is Kappa Nu. Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Goudsmit yand Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Kessel are the chaperons.
The Lutheran Student Club informal
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Phi Delta Theta Has Dinner
Dinner and dancing is being offered
by Phi Delta Theta, from 6:15 p.m.
to 1 a.m. The chaperons for this are
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weller and Mr.
and Mrs. Filliam Buettner, Jr. A radio
dance will be given by Pi Lambda!
Phi, at which Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Clamage and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice l
Morse will be the chaperons.
Another 'dinner dance will be at i
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Gibson, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Uhlmann are the chaper-
ons. Sigma Phi Epsilon's dance is
being chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
B. W. Westcott and Mrs. K. C. Car-

Campus, Civict
Offer Su nnrtk

Players' Start
Is Recollected
W7 " I a ~370e

11 F'raternities And Sororities
Hold Initiations; Elect Off

Union To Hold
Christmas Ball


Feature Pastel Dresses
Pastel dresses have, in previous
winters, belonged only in the;ward-
robes of the winter- go-away-ers; but
this winter fashion is different. One
dress featured is of shell pink flan-
nel; and trimmed with gold buttons

v JL JL vi ... ULJF N FZ. ' V.B. W i jn Initiations took the lead in chap- Lawhead, '42, and Marjorie Taylor,
1 0ter house activities this past week. '42, last Sunday.
Proceeds Of Sophomore { IAcacia Alpha Delta Pi
Play Production's current presenta- !Robert C. Lewis, national presidenit The announcement has been made
Cabaret To Be Given tion, ". . . one third of a nation. . .", of Acacia was entertained by the of the pledging by Alpha Delta Pi of
To Crippled Children which is a dramatized stuy of poor local chapter on Wednesday. Robert Mary Lou Mills, '41, St. Charles.:
housing conditions, is a most apt pro- C. Norris, national committeeman and Alpha Phi
"Winter Wonderland," the 1939 duction for that group to attempt C. Russel Pryce, chapter advisor were Janet Collings, '40A, Midland, w:s
edition of Sophomore Cabaret, re- having, as it does, a peculiar personal also present. pledged by Alpha Phi.
plete with songs, dances, booths, ex- significance, Prof. V. B. Windt, Di- Alpha Chi Omega Scholarship awards were present-
t rector of Play Production, said yes- The.pledging of Virginia Stover, '43, ed, one to a freshman and the other)
hibitions, and 230 beautiful hostesses,'terday. of Milwaukee has been announced to a sophomore, by the local chap-
will have its premiere from 3:30 p.m.I Since he has been connected with by Alpha Chi Omega. (ter of Alpha Phi last Monday. Olga
to 5:30 p.m. today in the League. the department, Professor Windt re- Alpha Chi Sigma Gruhzit, '43, was presented a gold
Funds for the Cabaret, which will calls, students in Play Production Four new members were initiated pledge pin and Jeanne Crump, '42,I
also be presented from 8:30 p.m. to classes have had a long and stormy by Alpha Chi Sigma last Saturday. was given the sophomore scholarship
1 a.m. today, and from 3:30 p.m. to -and strenuous-career trying to They were Douglas Lyttle, '41; Har- ring.
5:30 p.m. and from 8:30 p.m. to provide themselves with facilities old Van Hartesveldt, '41E; LawrenceI Delta Epsilon Delta
which meet the requirements of fire Tommy, Grad., and Lowell Perkins, The initiation of Durward W. Jad-
midnight tomorrow, will go to aid an ulin npcoradw i rd win, '42D, has been announced by
needy, crippled children who were and building inspectors, and which, Grad.
formerly under the supervision of the incidentally, conform to their own; Alpha Omicron Pi Delta Epsilon Delta.
University Hospital. needs. Founders' Day was celebrated last Gamma Phi Beta
Supported By Organizations Cavorted Gleefully Saturday by Alpha Omicron Pi at Gamma Phi Beta has pledged Beth
Sixteen campus and civic organi- In 1928, playcraft students cavorted the Engleside Club in Detroit. Miss Cowing, 42 of Flint.
zations have pledged their support gleefully in a small portion of what Helen Haller, national president, was Newo Hermitage
to the Caba'et and will sponsor had previously been the big auditori- the principal speaker. She also visit- ew officers have been installed by
numerous booths and exhibits in con- um in University Hall-a most dilapi- ed the local chapter for several days 41E, secretary; Kirke DeFoe, 40E,
nection with it. dated structure and a fire trap, as last week. treasurer; Richard BulbheDo, '40A,
A general admission price of 35 fire inspectors finally decided. . The initiation of Ethel Mikulich, house managerrThey eoanalso -
cents will admit patrons of the Cab- And so it was banned. '40, Traunik; Ethel Mary Mathis, '42 itiated Robert Brackstone '43
aret to most of these exhibits, buta Not daunted by this emergency, and Irene Doherty, '40, Bessemer has Kappa Delta Rho
five-cent charge will be made for Play Production students organized been announced by Alpha Omicron Three men were recently initiated
dancing. The Cabaret is also spon- an intensive house-cleaning cam- pi. by Kappa Delta Rho Th N
soring a "grab bag" booth, at which paign, and in the space of seven Chi Omega man Johnson, '41E; RolandSeavia
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Santa Clans Will
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Traditional to the spirit of the sea-
son, the Michigan Union will hold
its annual Christmas -dance, the
Jingle Ball, from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m.,
Saturday, according to IrltBrent, '41,
chairman of the dance.
Among those present will be one
Santa Claus, class of '43, who will
have a gift for everyone. Special
door prizes consisting of bridge
passes and dance passes will also be
in Santa's bag.
Table reservations may be made
without charge. Bill Sawyer and
his orchestra will play for the ball,
and will also play for the regular
Friday night this week.
Be A Goodfellow
Yale University has more endow-
ment per student than any other
U. S. college or university.

2-thread in lovely shades
Neatly boxed.
Wool Knee High in
Red, Royal Beige, White
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

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souvenir Michigan ash trays will be ,'-"-i, r't'-'-u nuaicuiume
sold, and copper articles, brought to amount of rubbish, cleaned, scrubbed,
the United States by refugees, will be hung curtains to hide the unused part
sold at a special copper exhibit. of the huge space, and, finally, con-
Movies of the Michigan-Michigan tributed money to buy paint for the
State game will be shown Friday and walls. After this heroic effort, they
those of the Michigan-Pennsylvania were granted permission to use the
game will be shown Saturday. auditorium again, provided no more
Refreshments To Be In 'Igloo' than 200 people were in it at one
Refreshments will be sold in the time.
second-floor dining room of the Use Mimes Theatre
League, 'wAich will be turned into an Eventually, however, the building
"Igloo" during Cabaret perform-,was banned again, so the University
ances. granted Play Production the use of
A floor show, featuring original the Mimes Theatre, which was hence-
song and dance acts, will be given forth rechristened and given the title
at 4:30 p.m. during the afternoon "Laboratory Theatre." Here, again,
performances, and at 10:15 p.mat students were forced to clean and
both evening performances. The decorate before the building was suit-
Cabaret's "ice queen" will also be able for use, but on Dec. 1, 1930, it
"crowned" during the floor show. was opened to the public, and for the
next three years, major productions
were staged here.
~ I - Goodfelows-Monday -

Chi Omega initiated Josephine Al-
exander, '41A; Margory Allison, '41;
Eleanor Hanavari, '41; Gwendolen
Education Sorority
Announces Initiates
Pi Lambda Theta, educational sor-
ority, has initiated six women. They!
are Josephine Van Billiard, Grad.;
Barbara Guest, '40Ed.; June Madi-
son, '4OEd; Jean Brown, Grad.;
Flora4Diaz, Grad.; and Shirley Phil-
lips, '40.
Xi chapter of Pi Lambda Theta
was established on this campus in
1922. The purpose of the organiza-
tion is to encourage graduate work
and stimulate research in the field
of education and to promote a spirit
of fellowship among the women in
the teaching profession. The sor-
ority also attempts to foster the
highest standard of scholarship and
professional training.
Be A Goodfellow
Suede Mits Rank High
Suede mittens, with little suede
tassels at the wrists are the darling
of the winter season. They have
the stitched edges and inserted pieces
that we find so comfortable in our
gloves, and come in scarlet, plum,
gold, and forest green, just the type
of thing that you buy for a gift and
invariably keep for yourself.

'40, and Edward Glanz, '42E.
h 4

Cardigan 5
Make it a mild and woolly
Christmas. We've hundreds of
all-wool French type zephyr They'll snuggle under campus
sweaters, as pastel as a sum- reefers, top skating skirts, and
mer sky, as soft as a down make saucy changelings out
puff. of staid office suits.
Cardigans and Pullovers
... each$2.95
:&. :. x atahing Color Socks . 50c
'till 9 P.M.
Jerotzaeh dn)itton
'round the corner on State

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Have that "extra" hat at an extra-low sale price!
Tailored, dressy and casual styles
to flatter every face.
3 309 South State Street -- At the Dillon Shop

Hostesses To Meet Early
Outside League Ballroom
All girls who are to be hostesses for
the afternoon performances of Soph-
omore Cabaret must -meet outside of
the League ballroom at 3 p.m., an-
nounced Margot Thom, chairman of
the hostess committee. Evening hos-
tesses should meet in the same places
at 8:30 p.m.
Hostesses are reminded that they
must wear date dresses and must also
bring a dime to pay for their head-
gear. The money will be refunded
when the spangles are returned.
Each hostess must return to her
group at the end of each set of


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GLAMOR . . . in the gift of IMPORTED SWEATERS say
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corduroy skating skirts. 2.95 heart, and soft cashmeres.

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