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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Christmas Cards Should Mirror
Unique Personality Of Sender

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By SHIRLEY RASKEY
Football season and the Thanksgiv-
ing turkey are now events of the
past. But, so as not to dampen our
spirits, the future promises still great-
er events in the forthcoming Holiday
Season. In preparation for this oc-
casion there are such ordeals as
Christmas shopping, and-choosing a
greeting card that will surpass those
of your friends.
Upon entering a gift shop do not
become confused by the 10,000 cards
which confront you. Just exclude the
five designs you have sent in pre-
ceding years, and that will only leave
9,995 from which to choose. It is
claimed to be a simple task-by those
who never send them.
Can Be Different
Regardless of this large selection,
one poor girl was heard to wail that
she and her friend in California have
sent the same card for the last two
years, even though the former pur-
chased her design right here In dear
old AA. But don't become discour-
aged. It iS posible to obtain some-
thing different. Above all, don't give
vent to the impulse tonclose your
eyes, point your finger, and say, "I'll
take one hundred of these."
A greeting card should be a replica
of the sender's personality. For ex-
ample, what would better suit the
sweetly simple than white angels
floating across a dark blue back-
ground? For the smooth sophisticate,
the choice of modernly-designed deers
upon a plain background would prove
an able solution. For the coy and
cunning their .personality would be
reflected ih one of the numerous ad-
aptations of charming puppies and
New under-arm
Cream Deodorants
1 safely
Stops Perspiration
1. Does not rot dresses or men s
shirts. Does not irritate skin.
2. No waiting to dry. Can be
used right after shaving.
3. Instantly, stops, perspiration
for 1to 3 days. Removes odor
from perspiration.
4. A pure, white, greaseless,
stainless vanishing cream.
5. Arrid has been awarded the
Approval Seal ofthe American
Institute of Laundering for
being harmless to fabrics.
Arrid is the LARGEST SELLING
DEODORANT. Try a jar today!;
ARRI1.D
jrAt all stores selling toilet goody
394ajar (90 jars)

snowmen, shouting the greeting
"Merry Christmas."
Blockprints have been constanly
gaining popularity until this year
they are a leading design. Quaint
little figures, dressed in festive colors.
dancing across fields, sliding down
hills, or decorating trees form gay
and seasonal prints.
Something new in the way of greet-
ing cards was introduced this season.
Replacing the usual gay colors, this
card is a combination of black and
white. Many beautiful scenic views
done in black on white may be found
in this group.
Design Own Card
If one is artistically inclined, a
clever idea would be to design your
own card. A block is then made from
this design which can be used for
printing almost indefinitely.
Those who wish to be a bit more
personal should indulge in notepaper
designed especially for the Holiday
Season. Holly ,wreaths, poinsettas, or
simply the words "Merry Christmas"
are printed neatly across the top of
the sheet. Here is an opportunity for
hyouto display that cunning wit you
have.laid claim to for years-no more
inhibitions.
Pack up your courage and ingen-
uity and enter the nearest gift shop
determined to do your all for the good
old social reputation.
ToiA Kleptomaniac
,The following open letter to the
kleptomaniac who couldn't resist
walking off with two decks of
Union Opera Cards from the
League social director's office is
printed by request-of Miss Ethyl
McCormick:
A Merry Christmas to you! Hav-
ing received the cards from the
union, I am, of course, obliged td
return or sell them all. Since you
have neatly taken care of two
packs, I have no alternative but
to pull the dollar from my own
pocket-and this I do in true
Christmas spirit hoping you will
get many hours of enjoyment
from my gift. ' I only hope the
campus will come around to see
the design that so fascinated you
-and r lieve me of a few more
packs-but after this in the or-
thodox manner, please.
Pledging Announced
Alpha Delta Pi wishes to announce
the recent pledging of the following
women: Joan Gearing, '45, St. Clair;
Jean Marxhausen, '43, Flint; Sybil
Hansen, '45, Chicago; Dorothy Du-
buisson, '44, South Haven, and Bette
Soper, '45, Benton Harbor.
- Buy a Goodfellow Edition -
Pi Beta Phi will hold a tea from
3:30 until 5:30 p.m. today for their
housemother, Mrs. Hazel D. Overton.

'Holiday Hop'
To.Be Qiven
Novel Twist
PACI Committee Will Bring
People From Same Locality
Together By Matched Dances
Not only is PACI offering to start
you off in the right way on your
vacation with its "Holiday Hop," to
be given from 3:30 pm. to 5:30 p.m.
tomorrow, in the League Ballroom,
it also has a good idea for making
that vacation profitable in the dating
way-if you feel that things like this
should be profitable in some way.
They're putting more than just a
superficial meaning on the sub-title
of the dance, "Get a Start On Your
Vacation"; the dance committee is
really taking its slogan to heart and
seeing that persons from the same
home town meet each other. And as
Hugh Ayres, '43, chairman, says,
"There you are -with a future date
prospect for vacation, if she looks
hlke a good number!"
Miller To Play
Herb Miller's music will be a fea-
ture of the dance, which is given un-
der the joint auspices of Panhellenic,
Assembly, Congress, and Interfra-
ternity, consolidated under the organ-
izational name of PACI. Representa-
tives from each of the four campus
groups make up the dance committee.
Anna Jean Williams, '42, anf Char-
lotte Thompson, '43, are Panhellenic's
delegates; Assembly is represented
by.Emily Root, '42A, and Miriam Dal-
by, '44; representatives of Congress
are William Buffington, '44E, and
Robert Sforzini, '43E; and the Inter-
fraternity delegates are Ayres and
Bill Robinson, '43.
Groups Invited
Special groups, to be announced.
later, have been invited to attend the
affair, and hostesses will be appointed
to introduce any of the dancers who
request introductions.
Miss Williams will appoint the host-
esses for Panhellenic, Miss Root for
Assembly, while Buffington will
choose hosts for Congress and Robin-
son for Interfraternity.
- Be a'Goodfellow Dec. 15 -
Union Opera
Patrons List /
Is Announced
Patron's, committee for Mimes'
production, "Full House" has been
announced. The list is headed by
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Vice-
President and Mrs. C. S. Yoakum,
Dean and Mrs. W. I. Bennett, Dean
J. A. Bursley, Dean Alice Lloyd,.
Dean and Mrs. I. C. Crawford, Dean
and Mrs. J. B.= Edmondson, Dean
and Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, Dean
and Mrs. E. H. Kraus, Dean and
Mrs. H. C., Sadler, Dean and Mrs.
E B. Stason and Dean and Mrs. H.
E. Vaughan.
Will Be Patrons
The list continues with Dean C. T.
Olmstead, Dean and Mrs. E. A. Wal-
ter, President and Mrs. C. A. Sink,
Prof. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, Prof. and
Mrs. R, W. Aigler, Prof. and MrsI
R. C. Angell, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Badg-
ley, Prof. and Mrs. Wassily Bese-
kirsky, Prof. and Mrs. A. E. Boak,
Lieut.- Col. F. M. Brannan, Prof.
and Mrs. L. I. Bredvold, Prof. and
Mrs. J. C. Brier and Prof. and Mrs.
J. L. Brumm.
% Next on the list there are Prof.
and, Mrs. H. O. Crisler, Prof. and
Mrs. Arthur Hackett, Prof. and Mrs.
Wilber. Humphreys, Prof. and Mrs.
P. A. Leidy, Dr. and Mrs. N. F. Mill-
er, Ryof. and Mrs. E. V. Moore, Dr.
and Mrs. G. R. Moore. Prof. and
Mrs. W. D. Revelli, Prof. and Mrs.

I. L. Sharfman, Prof. and Mrs. J. S.
Worley, Prof.-and Mrs. H. A. Kenyon,
Prof. ,and Mrs.. Karl Litzenberg, Dr.
and Mrs. W. G. Maddock and Prof.
and Mrs. J. M, Plumer.
Will Conclude List
Concluding the list are Prof. and
Mrs. Phillip Bursley, Prof. and Mrs.
J. L. Davis, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Law,
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Towsley, Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur Van Duren, Dr. Wil-
liam Brace, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. For-
syth, Mrs. Evans Holbrook, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Kuenzel, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Mann, Mr.
,and Mrs. Frank Oakes, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs Peter Van
Boven and Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Wash-
burne.
JINGLE
BALL

Ruthven Tea
To Be Today
Special Invitations Are Issued
To Six Campus Organizations
Jordan Hall, Delta Gamma, Psi Up-
silon, Alpha Delta Phi, Sigma Phi and
Acacia have received special invita-
tions to the Ruthven Tea from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. today at the president's
home. All students are welcome, how-
ever.
Miss Esther Colton and Miss Lois
Heiser of Jordan Hall will pour dur-
ing the first hour. They will be suc-
ceeded by Mrs. G. C. Mitchell of Psi
Upsilon and Mrs. James Orbison of
Delta Gamma. Assistant pourers will
be Elaine Richert, '43, and Jean Sol-
litt, '42, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and
Janet Taylor, '44, with Marcia Zim-
merman, '44, during the second hour.
Susan Wood, '44, and Laura Vial.
'44, will assist at the door during the
first and second hours respectively.
The procedure in the dining, room
and living room, according to Mar-
jorie Green, '43, chairman of the tea,
is the same as at other teas. Groups
I and II will take the dining room
position first. All members of the
League social committee who are un-
able to attend the tea are requested
to notify their group chairman; Mar-
jorie Storkan, '43, Jane Honey, '43,
Betty Fariss, '42, and Marjorie Green,
'43.

WAAnt i CS
By SHAPPY
"Athletics as usual" are the order of the day and the slogan of the times.
from now on. Sports may not interest you right now, but they may help to
keep one's equilibrium . . . doing everything as normally as possible.
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First in the spotlight this week is the "Swimgala," sponsored by WAA
and Matt Mann's championship swimmers and divers, which will be at 8
p.m. Friday at the Sports Building . . . (formerly the IM). There'll be ex-
citement galore and fun galore for everyone (Japs notwithstanding), for
the water ballet troupe coming up from Chicago will cut water capers to
South American tunes. The gals will wear sarongs, a la Lamour, and 'tis
rumored they'll look fetching.
In a floating exhibition there'll be twenty women also coming from
Chicago, while our own coeds will take part in a relay race. Among those
who are doing their bit for the WAA pool which will reap gains from this
event . .. we hope! ... will be Gloria Stark, Hazel Muller, Adele Robins,
Agnes Day, Srbil Graham, Jeanne Paty, Evelyn Spamer, Phoebe Scott and
Pat Dillenbeck.
Matt's super-special team will do high and low board diving, participate
in free style, breast stroke and back stroke races, while three clowns will
promenade to add to the merriment. Gather 'round and get your tickets
from any member of the WAA board, and get in the swim!
Ann Arbor Independentites have an opportunity to form their basket-
ball team if they will only call Dorine Larmee by Friday at the latest. One
team has already been formed, and those interested are urged to come out ..
Keeping fit is an important aid to doing your lost in the ,emergency.
Betty Sachs has reported that the Hobby Lobby meeting last week was
most successful and that a Leather and Metal Works club is being organized.
An instructor will come in to help the girls in their work, and others are
making Christmas cards.

Ticket Is Won
Enginee
It took an engineer to look at
a bunch of pennies and cooly size
them up as worth $4.00. Over 200
people tried to guess how much money
was in the "Jingle Jives" exhibit at
the Sophomore Cabaret, and their
answers ranged from one to fifty dol-
lars.
C. Freeman Alexander. '43E, rang
the bell with 400 pennies, and 99 of
them will be presented to him in the
form of a ticket to the independent
women's informal Christmas dance,
to be held from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Friday
in the League ballroom.
For those who missed. including
Lowell E. Tommpkins, '43, who slipped
by one penny, there is still an oppor-
tunity to purchase tickets at the
League desk.
Herb Miller's band will play for the
dance in a Santa disguise, and they
will work up a medley of Christmas
songs. A special arrangement of "Jin-
gle Bells" with words by Donna
Baisch, '42, has been prepared also.
Decorations will include evergreens,
bellsi snow, red and white frills and
furbellows, and strings of colored
lights; all will go to represent a
Christmas scene.

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This Christmas should be gayer,
brighter, and sweeter than ever be-
fore. Let your gifts and wardrobe
reach perfection.

Night Sparklers .

. Com-'

pacts, cigarette cases, ex-
citing, dramatic evening
jewelry.
$1.00 to $5.00

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EXTRA TRAIN SERVICE
FOR STUDENT TRAVEL
DECEMBER 19th

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UP TO YOUR ELBOW ...
Fashion's latest creed ... .
long slinky black gloves.
$3.50 to $6.00
Also lovely evening bags.
$3.00 to $1500
Glamour Wraps . . . to
crown your evening's suc-
cess.
. $1 9$to -$

Spun Sugar,. . . You'll be
sugar-coated in Jacobson'
Drearh Girl formals. . . ray-
on net with silvery bows.
Latest news from the Fash-
ion Front.
$-9to $3500

Student Section Train No. 44 (all points East) leaves 3:45 P. M.
Student Section Train No. 8 (all points East) leaves 6:30 P. M.
To Chicago -and Intermediate Points
Leaves Ann Arbor 1:00 P. M.
To Grand Rapids -and Intermediate Points
Special Student T'rain Leaves Ann Arbor
6:35 P.M.g

0ow fares to all p)oints

UINEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
i../U? In mad ; V U c/ diiinclion
Men like Sweaters
for Christmas -
Pullover in V and crew necks in imported cashmere
($ l .9 5), cashmere mixtures ($8.50), argyl patterns_
($6.50), cable stitch ($6.00) - all in new pastel mixtures.
The popular V neck white Tilden pullover with red and
blue stripes at the neck and wrists -($5.00 to $8.95).
A very large assortment of really excellent values in the,
most popular ,gift item, of the season.

BOW KNOT vamp on this
formal sandal with high
China heel. You'll want it
all three ways . . gold or
silver kid or white satin!

DRAPED TOUCHES IN
GO LD oK.r
SIL VERKid

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$495
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to $5.95

WEAVING for your toes!
Yougg sandal with low or
high heel. In gold or silver
kid, also white satin.

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