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ROBERT'S HAT SHOP

Sawyer's Band
To Broadcast
For Assembly
Guests Invited To Bring Small
Presents To Dance or Needy
Children At Christmas Time
"X-mas X-press," Assembly's an-
nual dance special, will pull out of
the League station at 9:30, p.m. to-
day and return at 1 a.m., with Bill
Sawyer and his orchestra providing
the music to make the wheels go
'round.
Music from the dance will be broad-
cast from 12 to 12:30 p.m., according
to Frances Nevin, '41, general chair-
man. Sawyer and his orchestra will
set up their music in the similated
"caboose" of the train, and will be
watched on either side by a snow
boy and snow girl, thumbing their
way vacationward.
Bring A Gift
Guests have been invited to bring
small gifts to the dance, if they
wish, to be put in a pack and de-
livered by Assembly representatives
to needy children at Christmas time.
Miss Nevin emphasized that plans
for the dance have included the idea
of making it the final touch to a
League Night-a dance after the
Union Opera. This is the last dance
to be held at the League before vaca-
tion and the Assembly Board has en-
deavored to make it a fitting send-
off for the season.
St. Nick To Attend
St. Nick will be there to liven up
affairs, and the Board has predicted
a true spirit of Christmas tide. Chang-
ing their policy of former years, the
Board has decreed that the dance
this year, shall be a men's bid rather
than a women's bid.
Tickets may still be purchased at
the Union and League desks, the Par-
rot, and from certain representatives
in West Quadrangle. They will be
sold today in the Romance Langu-
age Building and University Hall, and
at the door tonight. Despite the
superstition that normally attaches
itself to Friday the 13th, the As-
sembly Board predict that those who
sembly will dance to "smooth music"
and have many laughs.
Goodfellows - Monday
Church Club To Give
Dance Tomorrow
The Newman Club will hold a radio
tea dance in the club rooms of St.
Mary's Chapel from 3 p.m,. to 5 p.m.
Saturday. All Catholic students and
their friends are welcome. There
will be no admission charged.
Heading this pre-Christmas dance
will be Mary Jane Kenny, '41, assist-
ed by Sally Walsh, '43; Bett Prindi-
ville, '42; Anne Royle, '43.

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JGP Announcements
For Today Are Made
There will be a meeting of the JGP
costume committee under the chair-
manship of Rosebud Scott, '42, at
4:30 p.m. today in the League.
There are still vacancies on all of
the committees. Those women who
have any artistic ability are espe-
cially urged to sign up for work on
dance, music or art committee. To-
day is the last chance to sign up for
committees however, until second se-
mester, which means that all eligi-
bility cards must be signed. Rosalie
Smith, '42, will sign cards in the
undergraduate office of the League
from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. today.
Health re-checks must be obtained
by tomorrow and the re-check cards
left with Mrs. Parker at the Health
Service.

Will Be Held
Sigma Alpha Iota"To Present
Choir, Instrumentalists Sunday
Sigma Alpha Iota, national profes-
sional music fraternity for women,
will sponsor its annual Christmas
Candlelight Service and concert at
8 p.m. Sunday in the Congregational
Church.
Elaborate plans have been made
for an impressive ceremony, with the
Sigma Alpha Iota Chorus, soloists,
and instrumentalists performing. Ad-
rienne Moran, organist, will play the
Pastoral Symphony from Handel's
"Messiah"; violinists will be Helen
Westlin and Betty Ivanoff; accom-
panying the chorus on the organ will
be Ruth Deasy. The music selections
have been limited to religious and
Christmas numbers.
Be A Goodfellow
Local Gal Makes Good
PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 12.-AP)-
Sally Stanton, blonde, 17-year-old
Pasadena Junior College sophomore,
was chosen todajy as 1941 Queen of
the New Year Tournament of Roses.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Lewis, Stanton of nearby La
Canada, she was born in Ann Arbor.
4 You'll find
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for women
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SKAY-JAY'#S
OPEN EVENINGS
221 S. Main St.

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New Officers
Of Education
School Elected
Earl Radley of East Norwalk, Conn.
was elected president of the School
of Education at a meeting of the
senior class Tuesday in the
League.
Hercules Renda of Jochin, W.Va.,
was voted vice-president and George
Ruehle from Detroit was the choice
for secretary. Laura Katzenel of
Newark, N.J., reecived the highest
number of votes to win the position
of class treasurer.

Annual Banquet Held
By Wesleyan Guild
To Be Given Today
Christmas spirit will prevail at the
second annual banquet by the Wes-
leyan Guild of the First Methodist
Church to., be held in the Russian
Tearoom of the League today.
During the dinner a student string
quartet will play. Christmas carols
will be sung by individual members
and the group. Included in the pro-
gram will be two dramatic readings
by Prof. Marion Stowe of the speech
department at Michigan State Nor-
mal College. Prof. John L. Brumm
and Dr. William Brashares will con-
clude the banquet with short talks on
Christmas.
Following this entertainment ev-
eryone will adjourn to the Church
where at 9 p.m. the Wesley Founda-
tion Drama Club will present a
Christmas morality play, "Unto the
Last Of These."
Goodfellows - Monday
Student Guild Skates
The Coliseum Ice-Skating Rink will
be the scene of much gaiety when
the Westminster Student Guild in-
vades it as a group tonight from 8:30
p.m. to 10 p.m. All members are to
meet at the rink at 8:30 p.m. sharp.

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Two committees were selected at
e meeting to aid in the organiza-
on of the students composing the
nior class. Chairman of the stu-
ent-faculty relations committee is
ally Corcoran, and Dolores Sterzik
chairman of the educational pro-
ram.
Anyone interested in working with
.ese committees is requested to con-
ct the chairmen.

Many "one of a kind" styles. You are sure to find the hat you
want in our selection . . . be here at 9 o'clock sharp for the best
choice . . . all headsizes and styles.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Clearance!
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
-WHILE 500 LAST
Fall H'ats
Were $2.95, $3.95,
up to $5.00
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or a Christiana, but you can have
more fun TRYING if you're
dressed for the part -you can
at least LOOK professional. Be-
sides, it's the professionally-
styled clothes that make you ski
and skate better. See our Zero
King jackets and snowsuits es-
pecially designed for snow and
cold.

GLAMOROUS CLOTHES it's a thrill
to take from crackling tissue at any
time of the year. Magnificent gifts
with which to play Santa Claus.
Evening dresses for holiday parties
... handsome wraps . .. scintillat-
ing blouses and sweaters . . . all the
accessories that complete evening
attire. These are the gifts of breath-
taking beauty that women love to
get at Christmas.
Evening WrAps
19.95 to 35.00
HANDSOME COATS in wool or velvet
glowing with sequins and metal
embroidery; or touched with fine
fur. Outstanding are the night-
time version of the polo coat, a red
velvet cape, a black velvet coat
with loops of ermine at the neck-
line.
Chiffon
Handkerchiefs . 50c to 3.50
Cinderella
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Evening Dresses
17.95 to 49.75
STYLES that range from "covered
up" dinner dresses to feminine
froths of net and chiffon. Many
sparkle with sequins and lames;
others in sophisticated versions of
the tailored shirtwaist dress. New
South American colors, champagne
beige, white, black.
Evening
"Separates" . 6.50 to 22.95
Evening Bags . . 1.00 to 10.00

Snow Suits
12.95 uP
YOUR ACCESSORIES count, too. You'll want warm
mittens, wool socks, and bright scarfs. And don't
forget' those RED knitted woolies to keep, the inside
of you warm!
Jackets . . 5.95 to 15.00
Skirts... 2.95 to 5.95

Gala Gloves . . . 2.5U to 0.5Uaan as. . . . to. ana .y
Popular Pearls . . . 1.00 to 7.50 Colognes
Sequin Calots . . 2.00 and 2.95 and Perfumes . 1.00 to 5.00
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