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9, 1939

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loby- Coburn
Is To Award


Dr. Blae man's
Adv ice s 1[Gien

MCtching Hat-Coat Ensembles Populear

A F ellows'
p ManyStudents
New York Fashion School By DEBS HARVEYI
Sponsors Annual Contest Grief caused by the death of a
For All Senior omen loved one, love marred by religious
differences, mental conflict brought
Members of this year's senior class about by a disparity in church and f
are given the opportunity to apply educational training-these are only
for one of five Fashion Fellowships a few of the problems brought by
students to, Dr.. Edward W. Bl1ake-
each totaling $700 offered by the sun onDr EnwrdgW. Bla-
:an, Counselor in Religious Educa-
Toby-Coburn School for Fashion Ition in the University.
Careers in New York. Only one l Dr. Blakeman, ihose office was
award will be given in any college or created in 1933, defines religious
university. counseling as "the process of treat-
The curriculufn includes courses ing the personal problems of an in-
in buying, merchandising, fashion dividual as vital parts in the pro-
gressive integration of his personality
reporting, fashion writing, advertis-|toward the highest meaning andI
ing, display, fashion history, color value he can know at the time."
and design, fabrics, salesmanship and Has Three Dutaes
public speaking. "More specifically, he seeks to do
Women who wish to apply for one three things, (1) to improve the fa-
of the Fashion Fellowships must mail cilities for spiritual development on
registration blanks to ,the School on campus; (2) to advise students on;
or before Jan. 31, 1940. All appi- religion and other personal matters;
cants will answer a seiies of qiialify- land (3) to serve as contact person
ing test questions, which are due]between the University and religious
F'eb. 29. nbetenihe Uniersandrvi gi tri the

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'Activities Coffee Hour'
Annual Cabaret Dr". Bell A flfoulces Wl e ie B no
Attracts Many New Mixed Sport An "Activities Coffee ur" will
Program At Gym be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Tom Wonderland ____lsday
_ooneranDec. 12, at the Union.
"By enlarging its mixed sports pro- The honor groups on campus are
Sophomores To PresenL gram, the Women's Physical Educa- especially invited to attend the event.
tion Department hopes to foster These groups include all members of
Sta'n e Perforniiances the Daily, Gargoyle, Ensian, Tech-
congeniality and better understanding ', League, Panhellenic, Congress
Toda =y For SpectatorS between men and women on campus," Assembly, Inter-Fraternity Council,
said Dr. Margaret Be}1, chairman of Women's Athletic Association, Per-
,,the Department. spectives, Senate, Mimes, Wyvern,
which was held from,8:30 p.m. to 1 Senior Society, Mortar Board, Vul-
which wsed from. 8h Lg. 1of the facilities open to them in the cans and Triangles.
a .n. yesterday at the League. field. of recreation. By holding open- -_______
"Winter Wonderland" will also be ,house three nights a week at Bar-
held from 3:20 p.m. to. 5:30 p.m. and bour Gymnasium, it is hoped that
from 8:30 p.m. to midnight today, men and women will go there on
Woody Mack and his orchestra will dates, or stop in for an hour or so
play for the Cabaret. Funds from , with some of their friends," Dr. Belli BOB GACH
the Cabaret will be donated to aid continued. HAS YOUR PICTURE
crippled children who were originally
under the supervision of the Univer- Beginning Jan. 3 and continuing
sity Hosptal.every ;Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day evening thereafter, the following
The floor show consisted of three activities will be available to students
numbers, a tap dance, a chorus, and in Barbour Gymnasium. Badminton
a ballet number in which "Winter in the main gymnasium, ping pong
Wonderland" was sung. Costumes (in the corrective room, and deck
featured ski suits and skating skirts. tennis, shuffle board, quoits and aerial
Among the booths and exhibits darts in the fencing room.
which were sponsored by different Every Wednesday evening begin-
organizations a fortune teller, a grab ning an.e3ntsere wi an

Those applicants whose replies to,
the questions show most aptitude for
fashion work will be asked to carry
out a fashion research project. A
list of subjects will be mailed on
Mar. 14, from which the applicant
will select one to investigate. Her
report, containing not more thane
2,000 words, must be returned to the
school on or before April 15.
Aptitude for fashion work will be
judged by the following points: ini-
tiative, imagination, clarity (of
thought, presentation of material and
fashion flair.
Registration blanks, along with'
complete information about the Pa-
shion Fellowships and the Tobe-Co-
burn School, are available in the
Office of the Dean of Women.

g a alm ut d11 U er O I) e
University in religious affaris.
America's romantic approach to
marriage is the cause of much mari-
tal remorse due to religious differ-
ences, Dr. Blakeman stated. The
solution to the difficulty varies with
the individuals involved, but a more
thorough religious background might
prevent some of the trouble from
arising, he suggseted.
Religion Should Grow
Many students come to Dr. Blake-
man when they face a conflict be-
tween their religious training and;
their academic pursuits. "A student's'
religion should grow as his knowl-
edge of science grows," Dr. Blake-
man said. "When it hasn't, it is my
duty to bring the student's religious
views up to the level of his scientific1
knoweidge so that he can make the
adjustment." All personal problems
are, of course, treated in the strictest
The University of Michigan is one
of the few state universities who rec-
ognize religion as a phase of culture.


10 min. downtown
20 min. crosstown
1c Cash Fare
Tickets. 3 for 25c
Free Transfers. School Children
between ages of 6-12. years
10 tickets for 5Oc


Fashion experts from Paris have declared that the new fur hat-coat
ensembles can't be beaten. They are not only smart appearing, and de-
lightful to wear, but the fur trimming on both adds that extra warmth,
needed for those chilly December days.
'Dine, Dance, And Be Merry'Is
Theme Of Tonight's 14 Parties

LIFE agazine
until Dec. 10. $4.50 after
Miller Drug Store
727 N. University

Chapter House Activities
Include Founder's Day
Celebrations, Elections
Evidently the last Saturday before
vacation is a time for celebration,
because when there are 14 parties in
one evening on a non-football week-
end, there is usually some good rea-
Dinner and dancing will be the
order of the evening at Acacia, from
6 p.m. to midnight. Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Pryce and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Wagner are the chaperons. Al-
pha Epsilon is having its pledge for-
mal, from 9 p.m. to midnight. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Eckerman, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Bothman, and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Nussbaum will chaperon.
Alpha Kappa Lambda Has Formal
Formal dinner dancing, from 6:45
p.m. to midnight will be held by
Alpha Kappa Lambda. Mr. and Mrs.
George Mellen, and Mr and Mrs. E. T.
Burroughs will act as chaperons.
Betsy Barbour's informal dance will

be chaperoned by Mrs. Mary Mitchell
and Miss Alice Bull.
Delta Sigma Delta's dance will be1
chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Donald
A. Kerr and Dr. and Mrs. Harold W.
Held. Kappa Nu's informal will have
as its chaperons Mr. and Mrs. S. A.-
Goudsmit and Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Kessel. Lambda Chi Alpha's
pledge formal will be chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartman and
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Prasil.I
Formal At Law Club
Law Club formal dancing will have
as its chaperons Mr. and Mrs.. M. H.
Heffernan, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Foust. Les Voyageurs' dance will
also be held today. Chaperons for
this are Mr. and Mrs. F. K.-Sparrow,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Schmidt.
A hayride and dance by Phi Beta Pi
is being chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.
William Canton, and Dr. and Mrs.
A. G. Siminski.7
Mr.,and Mrs. O. C. Creal and Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Gravit are the -chap-
erons for the Phi Sigma Kappa
dance. Sigma Phi is having a tea
dance from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., which
will be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs.

bag booth called "prize package," an,
exhibit of copper materials which,
was brought to this country by refu-
gees, and a winter sports clothes ex-
hibit by a Detroit merchant were fea-7
iured. Movies of the Michigan-
Michigan State game were also
During the evening refreshments
were sold in the second floor dining
room which had been turned into an
"Igloo" for the occasion.
The performance today will again
feature a floor show, booths and ex-
hibits, and movies of the Michigan-
Pennsylvania game. Tickets are still
being sold and may be obtained at
the door.
-- Goodfellows-Monday -
Annual Dinner
Held By Guild
Dr. Brashares s Speaker
At Wesleyan Party
Maintaining a Yuletide tradition,
the Wesleyan Guild held its annual
Christmas dinner yesterday in the
Russian tea room at the League.
Christmas decorations were set
against the Russian background. Dr.
Brashares, -the speaker of the eve-
ning, was followed by Bettie Winsor
who gave a humorous reading. After
the dinner the party adjourned to
three private dining rooms, where
Bernadine Curtis gave a reading.
Virginia Hoff, of the Ann Arbor'
high school, Margaret Forsythe, '39,
Margery Mellot, '43, and Betty Ivan-
off played in a string quartet.
Co-chairmen for the dinier were
Burt J. French, '42E and Virginia
Fulford, '41. Others on the com-
mittee were Toaastmaster, Frederic,
Liechty, '40; master of ceremonies,
Blaine Kuist, '41E, who was also co-
chairman of the program commit-
tee with Jean Higley; decorations,
Caroline Curtis; music, John Mac-
Naughton, Grad.; publicity, Robert
Miller, '42A; printing, Emmalyn
Wright, Spec.

country dancing in the Sarah Caswell
Auditorium in Barbour Gymnasium.
This activity will be under the lead-
ership of4,Helen Ellis of the Physical
Education Department.
Be A Goodfellow
1939 Committee To Hold
Final Luncheon Of Year
"Puddle Jump" and holiday spirits
will be fused at the Christmas lun-
cheon of the central committee of the
1939 Freshman Project on Monday,
from 12 to 1 p.m. The members of
the now defunct committee expect to
continue their regular weekly get-
together luncheons. This meeting will
terminate the series of 1939 lun-

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CAtidtna4 airdn94 Club



HERE IS THE DIRECT WAY to an ample and generous Christ-
mas season. If you already belong to a Christmas club here
you know its advantages. If you do not, now is the time to
join for a year from now. Give a membership as a gift, this
Ann Arlbor Savings
& Commercial Bank
Southeast Corner NICKELS ARCADE
of Main and Huron at State Street


ilbecaeneby.Mr. .nd Mrj
"><"-'> <-->o <> Paul Johnson and Prof. and Mrs.
JFOU.ND J H. Cannon.
Zeta Psi Dance
An inexpensive and plegsant Dancing at the Zeta Psi house will
downtown place to eat . . - -1be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. David
"Service" Specialties z (M. Hinks, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
STEAK HAMBURGERS D. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
PIES . . . CII ILuthe, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Clark
" C and Miss Betty Loughborough are
the chaperons for the Zeta Tau Al-
J ~pha formal.
SNAPPY SERVICE Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
initiation of Muriel Bluestein, '42,
332 S. Main 'Open till 2 A.M. Joan Sack, '41, and Lois Shapiro,
; ;;;> <;;;;0 ;;;;( '42.

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