THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PACI To Give Gamma Phi Beta
WAA Offers To Hold Reception
on, 'Holiday Hop' New Trainin For Faculty Today
A TDGamma Phi Beta will have its an-
te s Tea Dance In Leadershi nual faculty reception, with buffet
supper, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. today
a joint Herb Miller Will Supply Music An opportunity will be offered to at the chapter house.
chapters For Second Afternoon Affair; all University women who are inter- Pouring for the reception will be
dRaids E e eMrs. J. L. Wessinger, Mrs. Earl Wol-
i Rapids Entire Student Body We corme ested in leadership training at~ the aver, Miss Rose Anderson, Miss Grace
meeting to be held at 4 p.m. tomor- Anderson, Miss Eileen Lay and Mrs.
are Miss PACT will give University students row in the W.A.B., Donelda Schaible, Edward Adams. Mrs. Rorris R. Went-
I of the a very large head start on their va- '42, president of WAA, has announced. worth, house director of Gamma Phi
articular cations with its "Holiday Hop," sec- Primarily a means of enlarging the Beta, and Margaret Hulbert, '42,
ford, '42, chapter president, will receive the
Lad ' ond in the organization's series of WAA program to include defense guests.
chapters afternoon tea dances, from 3:30 p.m. scope, this leadership training idea Decorations for the occasion will be
projects to 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the League. offers many other possibilities for appropriate to the coming Christ-
[so their "Get a Start on Your Vacation" is women who would like training in mas season, with evergreen accents,
ving the the sub-title of this edition of the camp counselling, keeping time, score and red and green colors.
luledaoraffair, and Hugh Ayers, '43, chair- or refereeing a WAA tournament. tomorrow will also meet the abilities
r. Mrs. man, announces that IRACI will do Upon graduation or during summer O those girls whose health ratings
r of the its share toward giving you a mighty vacations, this traiare such that they are not able to
ae chap- shove in the direction of that Christ- able background knowledge for a job participate actively in sports. Credit
function in comunity recreation and play- will be given for participations in
r where- ground work, which fields are being these activities, as in any other WAA
occasion Herb Miller To Play emptied daily because of the draft, club work.
Herb Miller will supply the music Thus demands are made for women Expansion of the program will be
nt of the for dancing, and special groups will who are skilled in recreational leader- effected to meet the needs and the
y Mortar be invited to attend, although the ship so that they may take their place interests of those women who attend
whole student body is welcomed. in the community and at the same the meeting tomorrow. Anyone who
to Ann Hostesses will be appointed to intro- time serve the needs of defense, was unable to attend the first mass
in touch duce any dancers who feel that in- The program of the club which meeting is urged to either come to-
troductions are necessary, will be organized after the meeting morrow or call Miss Schaible.
PACI is an organization which
consolidates mthe different student y/...:;, .}<',;>::...........::":. ...* .
groups on campus. It coordinates
the activities of Panhellenic, As-
senibly, Congress and Interfraternity
by means of representatives from
all of these divisions.
Organizations Represented L
Panhellenic is represented by An- ' Ies t'he w orm..
na Jean Williams, '42, and Charlotte
Thompson, '43; Assembly's delegates
are Emily Root, '42A, and Miriam an +h( b s ifsto
Dalby, '44, and the representatives and t e best oo
of Congress are William Buffing-
ton, '44E, and Robert Sforzini, '43E.
Interfraternity's delegate, in addi-
tion to the organization's president, You be an early bird this
Ayers, is Bill Robinson, '43..n gt o
All women who attend will be ad- year and get your shopping
mitted to the "Hop" free, while a
small admission is charged for men. done ahead of time. Chrst-
mas is fast approaching. Be
Dresses In Pastels
D s s n eready with lovely gifts of tinge-
Replace Somber. z
C o O u ne, robes, hosiery, pajamas,4;
No longer are the pinks, blues andd h s
the greens of spring and summer put
away with the appearance of fall's : i \"Y
russet leaves. Only a few years ago
these colors were confined to spring, ;
but now they are considered the ..
thing for under your fur coat.
A suit of horsey plaid in colors of
creamy beige, maize, or powder blue, J
or perhaps a two-piece dress of pale
wool worn with a dickey or blouse is
perfect for the classroom. 8 Nickels Arcadet
The new winter white-a putty,
lamb's wool white-is beautiful for
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may be of white ribbed wool and
rabbits' hair, or of sheer white wool.
Gamma Phi Beta announces the re-
cent pledging of Barbara Miller, '45,
of Dixon, Ill.
To wear under your suit. Taffy beige,
soft aqua, gold or sundown rose, fem-
inine shades so smart under your top-
coat now, your fur coat, later. In
e masterfully cut Juillard wool twill,
finely detailed and finished. $22.95.
/f'\ Other wools at $16.95. Sizes from 9.
k/Ajp ..PStel Dresses
Colors taken from the chalk box,
fsmooth - sophisticated yet casual.
I They'll be the busiest dresses in your
I ; r Holiday wardrobe. Sheer woofs and
a sparkling new gown that wil crepes, winter white-chalk blues,
make you a sensation during this pinks, aquas. Priced from $8.95.
Sizes 9-17, 12-20.
all-important holiday season.
Don't fail to see our collection
of e} -catching formals pric-
to New Christmas
blouses of sheers,
*2, 9 crepes, feather '
Evening Wraps Clique
- wools and velvets. in blouses, gloves
$12.95 up 'and new waistline
Santa WIll Soon
Be On Hi*s Way!
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Get ''the pick of the lot" from Anr
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selection of Christmas
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