100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 03, 1941 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1941-12-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

... % . I ..-, AW , 7---

THEMICHIGANDAILY_

Sophomore cabaret tickets are
now on sale at the desks in the
Union and the League lobbies.
Salesmen will also be on campus
the next few days selling them,
and they may be obtained Friday
and Saturday nights at the door.
Table reservations may be made
at the League desk.
-- -

Dance Temne
.WilI Feature
'JIngle.. Bell'
Belles And Beaux To Convene
At Senior Society 'Jingle Jives;
Band To Have Santa Disguise
"Jingle Bells" will be the appro-
priate theme song when belles and
beaux meet at Senior Society's come-
across dance, "Jingle Jives," from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, Dec. 12, in the
League Ballroom.
The round-cheeked Santas puffing
under a snow-bedecked canopy will
be Herb Miller's band in disguise.
Miller is working on a medley of
Christmas songs for the informal
dance, and a spe'cial arrangement of
"Jingle Bells" with word by Donna
Baisch, '42, has already been pre-
pared.
To Be Outdoor Scene
The entire ballroom will be decor-
ated to represent a Christmas scene
outdoors, with evergreens, bells, snow,
red and white decorations, and
strings of colored lights.
Tickets will be sold to women by a
Santa Claus on campus Monday for
women will do the asking to this afA-
fair. The annual Assembly dance is
known. as the "Pay-Off" dance, for
it is an opportunity for independent
women to pay off their indebtedness
to the men who have been showing
them the campus all year.
Will Serenade Tonight
Members of Senor Society last
night serenaded half of the women's
residence halls with the theme song
to their dance, written by Miss
Baisch. Tonight Martha Cook, Betsy
Barbour, Adelia Cheever, and Helen
Newberry will hear the familiar tune
with its new verse as follpws:
"Dashing through the dorm
With just a chance to say
It's 99 to 1
That we are here today, hey-
To let you in the know
That you have to go-
Don't give that man a chance
It's "come-across and dance."
Jingle Jive, Jingle Jive
It's on Dec. 12th I
Go on out and get that man
Don't leave him on the shelf.
Jingle Jive, Jingle Jive
That's right, it's on Dec. 12th."
Crepe-Soled Shoes
Like Brother Wears
Replace Old Saddles
Since the men are perennially and
emphatically opposed to saddles and
since fashion experts have dreamed
up quite a few other shoe styles for
the co-ed, it is now up to the women
to put their best campus foot forward
in something better than run-down,
dirty saddles.
If you have always wanted a pair
of those thick crepe-soled shoes like
your brother's, then now is your
chance to get some of your own. You
even have your choice of rough or
smooth leathers, dark or light shades
and center or side ties. Who could
ask for more?
Howiever, for those preferring lea-
ther soles the styles are even more
varied. '7here is always the slip-n
moccasin, with stitched or plain toes,
or a heavier shoe of dark brown lea-
ther with raw-hide laces to brig'hten
it up.

WAA To Hold
Mass Meetmgs
For Women
A mats meeting will be held at 4
p.m. tomorrow at the Women's Ath-
letic Building for all women who are
interested in any sort of a hobby.
The purpose of this meeting, accord-
ing to Bette Sachs, '43Ed, who is in
charge, is to discuss plans for a hob-
by club under the auspices of WAA.
Photography, making Christmas
cards, stamp-collecting, any kind of
odd collection-these are but a few
of the interests the hobby club will
foster and develop.
Regular meetings will be held from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. every Thursday on
the second floor of the W.A.B.
Among other plans, Miss Sachs re-
veals that the club will exhibit any
odd and unusual collection in show-
cases in various places on campus.
Another mass meeting will be held
at 4 p.m. today at the W.A.B. for all
women interested in leadership train-
ing. Because of the demand for wom-
en in the present world situation, the
WAA has decided to add national
defense training to its present pro-
gram, which should prove valuable
and interesting to most women stu-
dents.
University women will be given
an opportunity to enroll and be
trained in recreational leadership in
order to be of assistance during the
present emergency. Donelda Schai-
ble, '42, will lead the meeting and
explain the position of women in the
present crisis.
Women who are prevented from
participating in activeesports because
of health ratings will find the pro-
grm of the club satisfactory. Valu-
able experience is offered in com-
munity recreation, playground work
and in camp counselling. Also in-
cluded in the program will be infor-
rhation on keeping scores, keeping
time and refereeing WAA tourna-
ments.
University women paticipating
will receive credit as is customary for
dlA WAA club activities. Different
aspects of the work planned will be
discussed and since the program is
at the tentative stage, it will be ex-
panded to include the interests and
desires of the women attending.
All University women interested in
an organization for leadership train-
ing are invited to attend.
New Rubber Boots
Copy Western Style
Go dashing through the snqw this
winter in a pair of rubber boots with
that new "tooled" Western look.
They'll be sure to match your winter
outfit since they come in red, brown,
and white.
Or if you'd prefer something a little
different, how about sporting a pair
of the two-toned jobbies? They also
have that certain cowboy air with
their white designs on either a black
or. brown background. For those do-
or-die conservatives, last year's pop-
ular cavalry style is back again.
If you decided against a pair of
boots this winter, remembering what
a tussle your roommate had with hers
last year, you evidently haven't heard
that the 1941 models are made of a
thinner, more flexible rubber, so that
one can practically glide into them.
So get a pair of rubber boots and
then just wait for snow to fly!

WAAntics
By SIAPPY

nm 14r rY rww+Pnrri Ii errrri nrr
.

Indoor athletics are really indoor
these days what with fogs and mists
and rainy-reversible weather. Ex-
ceptions to the rule are the Crop and
"Satellites" who brave the elements
each and every Wednesday for their
usual moonlight rides, and the hostel
group which cycled merrily off to the
Saline Valley Farms last week-end.
* * *
Now that the volley-ball lines are
off the floor in Barbour Gym basket-
ball enthusiasts won't have to stop
short at a white line, afraid to move
another inch carrying the ball, for
those confusion-causing lines are no
more. Players could have at least
three feet to go, before being con-
fronted by boundaries and yet not
realize it, because of these frustrating
markers!
* * *
One of the instructors happened to
notice two freshmen at the edge of
the pool or should we say foot-bath
(you'll see why!) in Barbour the
other day. Both were clad in gym
suits, looking into the pool with tow-
els slung over the arms . . . this in-
structor is still wondering whether
they were intending to cleanse the
lower extremities therein . . . maybe
we ought to have a larger pool so it
wouldn't and couldn't possibly be
mistaken for a foot-bath! . . . re-
mnember that when the annual project
sponsored by WAA for that pool,.
comes around . . . we dare you to
forget!.
* * *
Sharpshooters, otherwise known as
the Riflery Club, i are warned that
since the club is so large, and since
members haven't been attending
their instruction periods as regularly
as they should, that only those with
the best records of attendance at
these instruction periods will be ad-
mitted as permanent members. And,
gals, since this is your great chance to
be masculine, why not come in
slacks? . . . riflemaster Filstrup ad-
vises it strongly, as a matter of fact,
they're more comfy and more con-
venient than skirts . . . so comply,
Wedding Announced
Of Stegenga, Coston
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Stegenga
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Ruth Mary to Malcolm
MacGregor Coston, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Coston, of Hornell, N. Y.
Mrs. Coston, who received her bach-
elor of arts degree from the Univer-
sity in 1940 has been engaged in
graduate work in clinical psychology:
Mr. Coston, also graduated in 1940,
received his bachelor of science de-
gree and received his master's degree
last year.

gals, comply. 'Tis rumored that the
uniforms of the R.O.T.C. men make
the hearts beat faster in practice'. .
some fun!
* * *
Birds are really flying at Barbour
Gymnasium these days-they're go-
ing so high that they even lodge in
the rafters. V( you're in the dark, so
far, it's badminton we're talking
about. At 7:15 p.m. today, there'll
be mixed play in both Barbour and
Waterman gyms and you can "get the
bird" for only 40 cents instead of the
usual 55.
Tourney-interested women must
sign up by -Saturday at Barbour for
the women's singles or the open wom-
en's doubles tournaments. The sched-
ule will then be worked out and
posted in the gym by Monday.
The Badminton Club itself can
boast this year of three 'famous'
members. Coming from far off Bang-
kok, Thailand, Pongchandra Gen-
gradon, national Philippine Island
badminton champion, has been wel-
comed into the ranks, as has Margery
Geifel, a star at Stephens College
last year. Chairman Jane Edmonds
herself is a notable, for she won the
1939-40 Detroit Metropolitan News
novice badminton tourgey in wom-
en's doubles and mixed doubles end
was runner-up in singles.
3*
Dance club has expanded . . that's
the latest. Besides the modern dance
group, there are two additional
branches from this original trunk.
Both men and women may partici-
pate; there is a ballet group which
meets at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays and
Fridays, while the gbuntry dance
group will meet from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
on Fridays .. . both in Barbour .. ,
All are welcome, and it sounds like
fun!
* * *
And last but not least of the in-
door activities is archery . . . which
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in Wa-
terman Gym . .. they'll use outdoor
targets but will shoot indoors. 'Til
the next bull's eye, so long until soon.
COMING MEETINGS
A meeting of the Tutorial Com-
mittee will be held 3:30 tomorrow
at the League. Committee mem-
bers are required to attend.
Petitioning for chairmanship of
Assembly Scouting Committee
will take place today through Fri-
day of this week. Interviewing of
the applicants will be held Mon-
day and Tuesday from 3:30 to
5:30.
There will be a meeting of Pan-
hellenic Board at 4:15 p.m. today
in the League.

1, -- --.--. ____----____________

Ruthvert Home
WIt Be Scene
Tea Today
Six campus organizations have re-
ceived special invitations to the third
'Ruthven Tea and open house fore
students to be held between 4 p.m.
and 6 p.m. today in the president's
home.
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Psi. Kap-
pa Alpha Theta, Sigma Nu, Victor
Vaughh House, and Zone VI are the
special guests this week.
Marjorie Green, '43, will be at the
door assisting from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
and June Gustafson, '44, will receive
guests the following hour. Margaret
Ihling, '43, Frances Hall, '43Ed, Nan-
cy Griffin, '44, and Barbara Hulbert,
'44, will be assisting in the dining
room between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Those
helping there from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
will be Diggins Farrar, '44, Erath
Gutekunst, '42, Nancy Gray, '43, and
Margaret Harmron, '44.
Jane Honey, '43, chairman of Group
II of the Ruthven Tea committees,
is in charge of today's tea. Her assis-
tant, Betty Steffen, '42, will supervise
dining room activity.
Members of the League Social Com-
mittee assisting at the Ruthven Teas
are divided into four groups. Group
I, led by Marjory Storkan, '43, in-
cludes those with names from A
through E. Group II, under the di-
rection of Jane Honey, '43, is made up
of assistants from F through I. Group
III; J through O, is under Dorothy
Cummings, '43, and Group IV, direc-
ted by Mary Elinor Brown, '43, in-
cludes P through Z.

Knitting Committee
To Meet Tomorrow
The first meeting of the knitting
committee of the Ann Arbor com-
mittee for medical aid to Russia will
be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the
League. About 30 people have already
joined this committee to knit various
types of garments for the wounded
soldiers of the Red Army and the
homeless of the Soviet population.
All interested students and faculty
women are invited to the first meet-
New under-a rn
Cr am.Deodorant
safely
Steps Perspiration
1. Does not rot dresses or men
shirts. Does not irritate skil.
2, No waiting to dry. Can be
used right after shaving.
3. Instantly stops perspiration
for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor
from perspiration.
4. A pure, white, greaseless,
stainless vanishing cream.
5. Arrid has been awarded the
Approval Seal of the American
Institute of Laundering for
being harmlessto tabrics.
Arrid is the LARGEST SELLING
DtODOWLNT. Try a jar today!
yARRID
At all toresselling toilet good
f aa--(also in - -and 5Wjars)

1

for your Roommate --
Coins Gift Suggestions

from $1 to $5

I

$1.98
W ew ~re e
e~ar aSu-e
under your slimmest frock
it features a figure-fit back
woven with elastic Laton yard
that resists perspiratioa and
won't shrink, fade, splitor
wear out. Su-lette is ingeniously
designed to prevent sagging
,twisting, and riding up, and it
washes and irons with the
greatest of ease.At long last,
here's the "formndivine slip
you have always hoped to fin4
345 MAYNARD STREE'r

A

GLOVES - something dour roommate prob-
ably needs, and-wants too - pigskin for all-
around wear - perfect with her sport clothes
(and yours, too, because you'll probably want
to borrow them!) And to go with her fur coat
- dressy fabric or kidskin gloves in black,
brown or white.

I

K .~ ~t

I

I

J

It's in the bag! We have a beautiful collec-
tion of PURSES in. Calf, alligator, suede and
wools - anyone of them would mean a Merry
Christmas from you to your roommate. (And
why not slip in one of our Priscilla Parker
Lipsticks, or a delightful Eisenberg perfume
stick, for an extra-special surprise?

I

The Book Club of
Dames will meet at 8
the League.

the Michigan
p.m. today at

O
OF FRGAC

{
r

r'

All college girls wish they had more money to
spend on lovely LINGERIE - so why not
surprise your roommate with a dainty slip -
Collins has them in tailored and lace-trimmed
styles, to suit any taste.

I

I

I

} NEW
"' PATEN
& f
..
N

S-MAKING
T and FAILLE

I

0

>

With STOCKINGS at a premium, attractive
hosiey makes, a doubly nice gift. Collins has
an excellent assortment of new Winter shades
in the flattering sheer hosiery that any girl
would love., They come in Nylons and the
ever-popular Twist-de-Chine.

'do

HEAVEN-SENT
EAU DE TOILETTE

, /

7.95

:i4O

WS.
ear

Helena Rubenstein's en-
chanting flower-fresh frag-
rance in a lovely angel bottle.
$1.00 and $1.75
ALL-AMERICAN
FAVORITE
Delicious Apple-Blossom
Cologne in a wasp-waist bot-

b

I

It

\ : ,:.

College girls take pride in their SWEATER
collection - you know that, and so do we.
That's why COLLINS has the sweaters you
will take pride in giving for Christmas pre-
sents. LoXely colors and soft wools in cardi-
gan, V-neck and crew-neck styles. (And un-
derneath, one of our personalized dickeys -
she'll lode it!)

PASTELS FOR HOLIDAY PASTIMES
in light wools and crepes

Of course you are over the idea that HANK-
IES are "just an ordinary gift" - because
they aren't. You'll be especially convinced
when you see Collins Zoe Foard hand-blocked
prints - they are gay and colorful - fun to
carry with that dark dress your roommate
wears.
10'&

,4

FRONT PAGE FASHION with high-

.4

$12.45

iz 2

swirling BOW on a sleek,
slim PUMP of gleaming PATENT and rich
e :A tE C AI&^ '" a #^p~4n'eT- rnd Brown Faillea

I i

II U

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan