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T HE I C H IG AN D A ILY

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Following is the list of Goodfellow salesmen, p osts and times.W
'General instructions for all Goodfellows:
(1) Contrary to previous announcements, sal esmen scheduled at s7:45 a.m. are to report to the
Student Publications Building at 7s:3a a.m. for papers, buckets and instructions. Those not preceded
by anyone at their post are likewise asked to report to the Publications Building to obtain materials.
(2) Any questions or difficulties sho Ild be reported immediately to the Goodfellow Editor, 2-3241.
(3) Salesmen scheduled for 12:00 posts on the diagonal, in the engineering arch, in the League
and on the Union steps are to turn over their ma terials to faculty salesmen and stand by ready to
take over whenever the faculty wish to leave.
(4) Post should not be left until successor appears; materials may be turned over to him. Last
salesman at each post should turn in his material to Ithe laily.

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Will Give Instruti .Although the Mimes Opera closed
_ Ofl its run last night., te Opera song
In the first organizational meet- books will continue on sale this week
ing held Monday night in the Union, until Friday.
approximately twenty-five ski en- The attractively bound, printed
thusiasts elected Robert Lewis, Grad. folio containing 10 of "Take A Num-
as chairman. Other officers includ- ber's" most popular songs, is spon-
ed Alan Dankin, '43, secretary, and sored jointly by the Michigan Union
Jack Kaig, '42, manager. and the campus song' 'riters, and sells
Purpose of the meeting was to for 35 cents. It may be obtained at
stimulate interest in skiing by group the League, Union and all book stores,
participation and competition. This Both the words and piano arrange-
club is open to all students. At ments has been included of the music
present plans are being made to written by Russel Berg, '42, Kenneth
show ski movies and arrange for Summerfelt, Grad., Charles Bowen,
instruction groups, 41, and Gordon Hardy, '41.

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HOLIDAY CHARMEBS

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CENTER OF DIAGONAL
7:45 Raymond Ingham
Paul Cosper
Lovaine Judson
Mary Lou Ewing
9:00 Arthur Kollin
.5 Bob Getts
Dorothy Davidson
Rosemary Smith
Walt Cowles
10:00 Bill Rockwell
Dave Margold
Art Lechner
Coyne Osborn
Roy Fairland
Elizabeth Luckhami
Gloria Donen
11:00 Gordon Andrew
Richard. Coe
George Petterson
Stan Allen
Don Stevenson
Betty Walker
Barbara McLaughlin
12:00 John Middleton
Roger Kelly
Jerry Brenner
Chuck Gibson
Al Hamilton.
Helen Barnett
Ruth Shulman
Annabel Van Winkle
1 :00 'Dave ┬░Panar
John Stoler
George Petterson
Pat Walpole
Barbara Fisher
2:00 A. P. Blaustein
AI Porter
Jim Harrison
Carrie Wismer
Dorothy Lavan
3:00 Dick Shuey
Don Craenmer
Roger Kelly
Norma Malmros
Shirley Todt
4:00 Dick Shuey
Harvey Shulman
Bob Hoffman
Sarah Jeanne Hauke
Eleanor Donahue
Jean Ranahan
LEAGUE FRONT ENTRANCE
7:45 Mercedes Matthews
Jean Davis
9:00 Janet Homer
Margaret Whittemore
10:00 Jean Rendinell
Virginia Osgood
11:00 Patricia Young
Catherine Crosby
12:00 Betty Stout
Doris Merker
1:00 Barbara Dittman
Beth Castor
2:00 Marjorie Forrestel
Betty Lonbard
3:00 Jane Baits
Lee Hardy
4:00 Jean Bassett
Alice Haas
UNION STEPS
7:45 Andy Skaug
9:00 Jim Tracy
10:00 Andy Caughey .
Buel Morley
11:00 Ross Clarke
12:00 Ted Sharp
1:00 Don West
2100 Jim Hall
Ed Holmberg
3:00 Phil Fisher
Dick Goldsmith
4:00 Bob Matthews
Jim Edmunds
Don Harness
Bob Templin

11:00 Janet Lewin
Bill Schust
12:00 Jane Grove
Norm Call
1:00 Don Holman
Ann Jean Williams
2:00 Pat Stelle
Ben Thorward
3:00 Donelda Schaible
Harlan Frauman
4:00 Betty Lynan
George Hanns
ENGINEERING ARCH
7:45 Jack' Marrow
Agnes Crowe
9:00 George Gotschall
Harriet Heames
10:00 Dick Reid
Jean Goudy,
11:00 Rosebud Scott
Jim Rossman
12:00 JaneBates
Bob Sibley
1:00 Charles Gibson
Helen Rhodes
2:00 Mary Gage
RobertG mboden
3:00 Jean Hubbard
Tom Gammon
4:00 Bill Schomberg
Peg Sanford
ALUMNI MEMORIAL
hALL STEPS
7:45 Bill Combs
Jane Sapp
9:00 Stan Kelley
Jane Sapp
10:00 Gil Samuelson
Janet Sibley
11:00 Jim Tobin
Betty Hall
12:00 Jim Gillis
Jane Pinkerton
1:00 John Gillis
Anne Crowley
2:00 Charley Ross
Frances Herdrich
3:00 Al Wistert
Jean Tenofsky
4:00 Jeff Hall
Betty Lou Witters
CORNER OF NORTH U.
AND STATE
7:45 Frank Smith
9:00 Bill Ager
10:00 Alex Yorman
11:00 Dick Schoe
12:00 George Meier
1:00 Marvin Radom
2:00 Robert Cope
3.00 Don Scott
4:00 Alfred Lyman
CORNER NORTH U.
AND EAST U.
7:45 Ward Quaal
9:00 Blaz Lucas
10:00 Ed Barrett
11:00 Jim Tobin
12:00 rv Guttman
1:00 Bob Morrison
2:00 Bill Beebe
3:00 Bill Rockwell
4:00 Bill Steppon
NORTH ENTRANCE
ANGELL HALL
7:45 Ann Wills
9:00 Pedo Ortmayer
10:00 Betty Keppler
11:00 Betty Ann Chaufty
12:00 Maya Gruhzit
1:00 Margaret. Hubbard
2:00 Virginia Reilholtz
3:00 Ruth Fitzpatrick
4:00'Virginia Brereton
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
7:45 Arthur Seski
9:00 Craig Brown
10:00 'Donald Cooper
11:00 Winston Hall
12:00 Percy Murphy
1:00 Bradley Moring
2:00 Max Finton
3:00 Robert Ziegler

ARtCEi AT STATE STREET
7:45 aThroi Osterweil
9:00 Bernard Tauber
10:00 Iry Weiss
11:00 Frits Friedlander
12:00 John Stamm
1:00 Jerry Fleeman
Myron Dann
2:00 Milt Charnowitz
3:00 Lloyd Muschett
4l:00 Frances Boucher
Joan Fergerson
('EN'ER Ef' LAW Q UAI
7:45 George RU('hle
9:00 Bud Tripp
10:00 Port Brown
11:00 Francis Heydt
12:00 Dave Donaldson
1 :00 Jim Harrison
2:00 John De) _Vine
3:00 Frank Savage
4 .:00 Jim Lovett
BEHIND MAIN LIBRARY
7:45 Bill Vollner
9:00 Ed King
10:00 Howard Egert
11:00 Howard Egert
12:00 Jack Harwood
1:00 Harry Drickamer
2:00 Jim Winkler
3:00 George Hogg
4:00 Char les; Brown
DOWNTOWN
'7:45 Scott
Bradley
9:00 Behrman
10:00 Al Dann
11:00 Al Dann
12:00 McCormick
1:00 Myron Dann
2:00 Mintz
3:00 Jim Keenan
4:00 Paul Keenan
Wade Flaherty
EAST ENGINEI"tNG STEtPS
ANT NORTH ENTRANCE
OF WEST ENGINEERING
Post to be manned by S.R.A.
EAST UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE
WATERMAN GYM
Gargoyle Staff
---- Goodfellows - Monday
Gle Club en
To Meet Today
The Varsity Men's Glee Club will
meet at 4:15 p.m. today in the Union
for their first rehearsal of this year's
first formal concert to be presented
after the Christmas adjournment.
All student members are urged to
be present by Charles Brown, '41,
president of the club, who announced
yesterday that the complete program
for the concert will be outlined to the
club at this time.

Included on the program for the
club are: expert skiers will give per-
sonal instruction to beginners; ski
trips to nearby ski centers will be
arranged; lectures, movies and
demonstrations will be given; com-
petition will be held in all classes
of skiers among both men and wom-
en and trophies will be awarded.

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Make This a
Cosmetic Christmas

For High-Flyers!
SKYROCKET
by Peggy Sage
A sleek new manicure kit
waterproof and packable, but smart
enough to double as a purse. In
woolly herringbone or silky blue or
crimson with white federal stars.
Contains Peggy Sage Polish, Lub-
ricant Polish Remover. Orange-wood
stick, Emery Boards, and Cotton!

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ANGELL HALL STEPS
7:45 Betty Fariss
Bud Chamberlin
9:00 Phylis Waters
Dan Huyett
10:00 Yvonne Westrate
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BOU DOI R TRIPLET
A dram each of Corday's three love-
ly perfumes, Toujours Moi, Or-
chidee Beue; Voyage a Paris, each
in its own distinctive flacon, nest-
ed on a removable ivory satin plat-
form in an attractive all gold brush-
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x +~Cordoy 's
EAU DE TOI LETTE
"L'A R DE N T E N U IT"
. z" ::- Give her Corday's latest, L'Ardente Nuit .
a perfume of midnight witchery . . . making
its debut as a toilet water? Then she may
have this ravishing fragrance in its most
refreshing form. so lasting, so lovely,
that it is the only rival of the perfume it-
self
$2.75
Peggy Sage
Mollycoddle Set
A tiny pillow for your boudoir -.. -C
Actually, it's a manicure pillow, to
rest your hand on as you go to work"l
on your nails. A silken inner pocket j1,
slips out at one zippered end, un-
snaps, and there are your Skyhigh
Polish, Satinbase, Cuticle and Pol- / "
ish Remover . . . Cuticle Stick, file,
nail white pencil, emery boards and
cotton.
The case is fleece-covered, in yel-
low and rose, or yellow and blue. It's
washable and nonstretchable, so
you can keep it fresh and spotless.

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EVENING WRAPS are an important part of any formal
outfit, but they are absolutely essential for this season. A
favorite fashion trick is to wear a sleek wrap in a color that
offers sharp contrast with the color of your gown.
By the way, if you're looking for an especially elegant
gift for a very s pecial person, nothing could be more luxur-
ious or more desired than a new formal or a stunning wrap.
_$ 16.95 to $29.95i

WINTER FORMALS highlight the holiday season both at
school and at home. Glowing white sparkling with sequins
or nail-studs lead the glamor parade, but you can't over-
look the bright warm color combinations in many of the
new forsuals that make them as gay as Christmas greetings,.

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Check on her height, then get the length that is person-
ally tailored to her measurements. You'll be choosing
hosiery that looks better and lasts longer
d'& s 'a'h because itts made to fit; And remember
UGUA*NiTiEthat Mojuds are as kind to pocketbooks as
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Perfume
"TZ ZG AN E"
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Langurous as a gypsy violin
thrilling as a gypsy czardas
"; exciting as gypsy love. Yet with a
dash of sophistication that will
proclaim her a person of chic
when she wears it. Most provoca-
t+ tive fragrance of Corday, famous
. eFrench perfumer . . . in a crystal
flask created in Paris by the
Sgreat Lalique himself . . . appro-
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violin case.
These arc ,just a few of the many wonderful gifts you may find at
CALKINS-FLETCHER'S cosmetic counter. We have a complete
stock inciudin, such lines as Dorothy Gray, Lentheric, Schiaparelli,
Harriet Hubbard Ayres, Tussy, Guerlain, Chanel, Yardley, Hudnut,
Mary Dtrshill, Bourjois, Vigny, Ciro, Barbara Gould, Caron, and
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