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SUNDAY. JAN.'. 7. 1929

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First 1940 All

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T-Dance Will Feature Novelty Quiz

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Checked Pajamas

Are Gay For Study

Ski Enthusiast baud-Eva Callis
To Join W.A.A. Outdoor Staff

-- -V - By NORMA KAPHAN
4. Purchasers of bloc lots must have
with them a list of the persons for Born in Leipzig, Germany and edu-
whom they are purchasing the tickets, cated in the Universities in 11:eipzig,
that is, a list of the persons who will Paris, Munich and Freiburg, Maud-
actually use these tickets. Eva Callis has taken up her residence
5. Persons reselling tickets for more i n Ann Arbor.
than the original purchase price will A skiing enthusiast since the age of
be liable to University disciplinary 14, Mrs. Callis will instruct the skiing
action. classes which are being sponsored by
6. The numbers of lost tickets the Outdoor Spirts Club of the Wo-
should be reported promptly to the men's Athletic Association.
ticket committee who will have them Mrs. Callis' experience with skiing
published in the Daily. Such tickets, has been long and varied. When a
if reported early enough, will not be young girl, it was the practice of
honored at the door. groups of her friends, home from
- -
SPRING IS JUST AROUND wool to touch any lassie's heart,
THE CORNER, and if you want a pleats and some
preview of the future take a glim- with belts. Well,
mer at the CAMPUS SHOPPE and sounds like just
see what it has in store for ,you. what you've been
The color selection alone is enough looking for. As for
to start that spark a-tingling. The Tn sweaters, if you
luscious, soft shades look so good want a certain col-
after the winter tones that you or they have it, all
can hardly wait to luscious and lovely. Slip-overs or
get them on. Char- cardigans, angoras or wool-there
truse, pink and blue must be something for you. Any-
and the rest are way stock up, that rainy day may
just what you have be just around the corner!
been waiting for. * *,*-
Most of them are DOWN WITH CHAPPED SKIN!
short sleeved and Dorothy Grey has come, seen
all are good looking. and conquered that uncomforta-
The spring skirts feature such col- ble, wintry condition. Now CAL-
ors as sun rise, yellow and powder KINS-FLETCHER give this sooth-
blue. The plaids are so light and ing preparation to you at a special
bright looking. Many have belts price for a limited
and pleats and gores are preva- time. It is a dry skin
lent. Another interesting number mixture super for
was corduroy skirts in rose and keeping your cheeks
doubounaire complete with swing luxuriously rich, rosy
skirt. Doesn't that sound inter- and beautiful. And for
esting? Won't be long, get busy! an ea s
-n extra special short
run supplement they
THE SALE IS ON, and DIL- also give you Tussy's
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into. Sweaters and skirts galore, used for a most satisfactory pow-
and practically giving them away. der base. Wind and weather have
The stock is there, the choice is certainly been cheated. What
yours. In skirts, plaids and plain more need be said?
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school for winter vacations, to jour-
ney to nearby mountain resorts for
skiing, skating and other outdoor
sports. It was with these groups that
she first learned the fundamentals
of winter sports.
Taught Gym
While a student at the University
of Leipzig, Mrs. Callis became an
assistant in the physical edcuation
department there. Her formal train-
ing was continued at the Austrian Ski
School of the famous Hannes Schnei-
der, and at the National Ski School
of Switzerland. The Schweizer Ski
Schule, as it is more generally known,
is a training school for skiing teach-
ers. Mrs. Callis attended sessions of
this institute at Davos, St. Moritz
and Geneva.
Since that time she has enjoyed
this sport in the Austrian Alps andi
one winter skiied down the snowy-
slopes of mountains in Northern
Japan.
Although she has done some com-
petitive skiing, mostly in university
meets, Mrs. Callis says that her chief
interest has been in cross-country
running or touring. She tells of how
groups of sports loving men and wo-
men, knapsacks on back, set out for
extended trips through the moun-
tains. These groups stop at little
huts or hostels, sometimes as much
as 8,000 feet above sea level, and
spend their evenings dancing, sing-
ing and playing games in front of
large open fireplaces.
New Year's Custom
"Often it is the custom," Mrs. Cal-
lis said, "to climb to the summit of
some high peak on New Year's Eve,
and to ring in the New Year from
this lofty perch. With much laugh-
ter and merry making, the return to
the village below will be made at
about 3 a.m."
Mrs. Callis emphasizes the neces-
sity for preliminary ski instruction
before attempting even easy runs.
In general, this instruction will be
given indoors. "Indoor instruction
will be mostly theoretical," Mrs. Cal-
lis explained. "The care and selec-
tion of equipment, waxing and judg-
ment of snow conditions will all be
studied. Special indoor exercises will
also be useful to exercise those
muscles and parts of the body most
used while skiing."
Skiing instruction will be offered
weekly to anyone interested by Mrs.
Callis and the Outdoors Sports Club.
WAA SPORTS SCHEDULE
Badminton: 7:15 p.m. Wednes-
day for mixed play, and 4:30 p.m.
to 6 p.m. for women students.
Fencing: Practice 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasi-
urn.
Rifle: Regular instruction and
practice sessions as scheduled.
Dance Club: 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.
Ballet Group: 4:15 p.m. Tues-
day and Thursday at Barbour
Gymnasium.
Bowling: Alleys open daily
from 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Swim Club: 4 p.m. Wednesday,
in Union Pool.

All Contestants
To Be Chosen
From Dancers
PACI Sponsoring Affair
Under Hostess System;
Bill Gail's Band To Play
"We're Right-You're Wrong!" a
novelty quiz program will be the
highlight of the first all-campus T-
Dance of 1940 which will be held
from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday in the
League ballroom.
Contestants in the quiz will be
chosen from the people who attend
the dance, which is the third in the
series being sponsored by PAC. The
name is derived from the initial let-
ter of the four groups represented,
namely, Panhellenic, Assembly, Con-
gress and Interfraternity. Both hu-
morous and thought-provoking ques-
tions will be used as a part of the
quiz, announced Winston, H. Cox,
'42, general chairman of the dance.
Judges of "We're Right-You're
Wrong!" will be selected from cam-
pus personalities attending the
dance.
Bil Gai To Play
Music for the dance will be pro-
vided by Bill Gail and his orchestra
featuring Joan Hamilton, '41, as
vocalist.
Hostesses, chosen from sororities,
dormitories, and league houses, will
represent Assembly and Panhellenic
at the dance as has been the custom
at the previous PACI T-dances.
Cigarettes will be distributed at the
dance by Joanna Beem, '41.
Committee Named
Barbara Johnson, '40, of Assembly
and Dick Ebbets, '42, of Congress,
have arranged the program. Others
on the committee are Barbara Bene-
dict, '40, in charge of hostesses; Jane
Connell, '42, of Panhellenic; and
Betty Sout, '41, of Assembly. Lowell;
Moss, '41, of Interfraternity and
Bruno Rocca, '42, of Congress, will
direct publicity.
All students are invited to attend
the dance. Women will be admitted
free of charge and the admission fee
for men will be 25 cents.
Cornmitteemen
Start Choosing
Quiz Onestions
Members of the committee in
charge of choosing the questions to
be asked of the experts on the Infor~-
mation Please program to be pre-
sented here Jan. 20 will begin their
task tomorrow when the committe
meets. The program is sponsored by
the Alumnae Council.,
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the
School of Journalism, is in charge
of this committee and plans to as-
sign a specific field to each member
who will take charge of questions in
that field presented by students and
others. Professor Brumm stated that
this choice will be particularly hardI
due to the necessary avoidance of
controversial questions although dif-
ficult ones must be chosen which
will stump the experts.
The questions chosen will be of a
nature expected to be of greatest in-
terest to the audience and samples
will be discussed at the meeting to-
morrow.
Other m e m b e r s of Professor
Brumm's committee are Prof. Men-
tor Williams of the English depart-
ment, Mrs. A. W. Bromage, Prof.
John Dawson of the Law School and
Miss Adelaide Hinsdale.
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Campus Invitedt
To Ruthven Tea
On Wednesday
Another Ruthven tea will be given
from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Ruthven, and
Virginia Osgood. '41, is in charge
of arrangements.
'Campus groups especially invited
are Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Pi,
Alpha Kappa Lambda, Delta Gam-
ma, Phi Sigma Sigma, Helen New-
berry Residence, and Zone VI.
Women who will pour include Mrs.
Reynolds and Ella Stowe, '40, from
4 to 5 p.m., and Miss Danielson and
Mrs. Davies from 5 to 6 p.m.
Members of the social committee
of the League are requested to at-
tend, and to stay until 6 p.m. Names
of those who are to assist will be
announced later. Women whose
last names begin with the initials
A-H will assist in the receiving line,
and from H-Z in the dining room.
Mary Minor, '40, chairman of the
social committee, urged all members
of her committee to realize that they
are expected, to be.there even if they
are not on the special group of as-
sistants. The tea is open to all stu-
dents on campus, as well as the
groups especially invited, Miss Minor
added.
Dance Classes
To commence
Elma Pascoe To Instruct
Series At Wolverine
Enollment in the new series of
Arthur Murray dance classes will be-
gin at 7 a.m. tomorrow and Tuesday
at the Wolverine, Elva Pascoe, in-
structor in the classes, announced yes-
terday.
Beginning at 8 p.m. tomorrow, the
classes in basic fox trot and La Con-
ga will be held. Hour classes in fox
trot and waltz will start at 8 p.m. and
rhumba at 9 p.m. Tuesday. Students
enrolled in the first series are ready
for advanced fox trot, waltz and
rhumba.
Arthur Murray instructors like to
teach college students, Miss Pascoe
said, and added that Joe Eaton who
has been teaching the classes held
at the Wolverine states that his
classes here have progressed very
rapidly.
Classes will be limited in size but
reservations may be made. Classes
will be cancelled during the exami-
nation period.
Miss 'Mac' To Be Guest
Miss McCormick, social director of
the League, will be the guest of the
1939 Frosh Project committee at
their weekly luncheon, 12 tomorrow.
Practical criminology is being of-
fered as a regular course at Washing-
ton College by the biology depart-
ment.

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JGP Ushers Committee
Meeting Will Be Tuesday
There will beta meeting of the ush-
ers' committee for JGP at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Betty Lombard, '41, chair-
man of the committee, announced
yesterday.,
Anyone interested in ushering may
come, whether or not they have
signed up for the committee. Ex-
perience is not necessary, Miss Lom-

bard said, as members will have an
opportunity to get experience in ush-
ering before the play next semester.
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