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THlE MICHITGAN D ATL.Y

A1-1T pus Ccrol Sing

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Take Place Today

Library Steps
To Be Scene
Of First Sing'
Women's, Mens Glee Clubs
Accompanied By Brass Quartet
Will Be Featured On Program
"Oh, Come All Ye Faithful" and
raise your voices in the first all-cam-
pus carol sing to be held at the Uni-
versity, which will begin at 9 p.m.
today on the steps of the general
library.
Under the direction of Prof. Joseph
Mattern of the School of Music the
entire group will sing the traditional
Christmas songs, accompanied by
members of the University Band.
Robert Roberts, '45E, John Eidson,
'44SM, Donald Macleod, '43SM, and
Donald Dickenson, '42SM, make up
the brass quartet which is to pro-
vide the-accompaniment,
Sawyer Will Direct
Interspersed among the general
hymny and songs will be selections to
be rendered by the men's and wo-
men's glee clubs. Under the direc-
tion of Bill Sawyer, Grad., the Wo-
man's dlee Club will offer the first
Ann Arbor performance of 'the 16th
century Italian Carol, "Laetamini in
Domino," (Be Joyful in the Lord).
The women will sing "Drink To Me
Only with Thine Eyes."j
"Gloria in Excelis," an old French
hymn of praise, will be rendered by
the men's Varsity Glee Club. Donald
Plott, '44SMi will lead a mixed chor-
us in the singing of "A Lovely Rose
Is Blooming" by Praetorius.j
To Hold Open House
It is hoped that the support of the
campus carol sing will be in no way
lessened by the gravity of present
-prld conditions. The Student Re-
ligious Association is sponsoring the
gathering with the conviction that a
unitedexpression of the holiday sen-
timents is needed now more than
ever to spread hope and cheer.
Following the sing an open house
Will be held at Lane Hall. The con-
tribution of toys in good condition
will be welcome, and any other do-
nations will go towards the support
of the Student Religious Association's
toy library. Throughout the year
this service brings needy Ann Arbor
children an opportunity to borrow
toys which they cannot possess.
WAA SCHEDULE
Basketball: At 5:10 p.m. to-
morrdw, Helen Newberry vs. Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Phi vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta. At 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday Stockwell II vs. Martha
Cook; Alpha Epsilon Phi vs. Ann
Arbor Independents I. At 5:10 p.m.
Zone I vs. Palmer Cooperative;
Alpha Chi Omega vs. Zone IV.
Fencing: Club will meet at 7:30
p.m. Thursday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Dance: Ballet Group will meet
at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour;
Modern Dance Group will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour.
Badminton: Club will meet at
7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Barbour
Gymnasium.
Crop and Saddle: Club will meet
at 5 p.m. Wednesday in front of
Barbour Gymnasium.

WAA To Offer Societies Will Sing 'Masteller And Shelly
Christmas Carols Betrothal Announced
T ra i n i n V \ /or k Scroll, Senior Society, Mortarboard Mrs. Wallace W. Masteller of Sid-
and Wyvern, senior and junior honor ney, O., has announced the coming
Meeting To Be Held At 4 P.M. ,ocieties for women, will meet at 10 marriage of her daughter, Mary Eliz-
Tomorrow To Organize Groups p.m. Wednesday in the League Lobby, abeth, to Mr. Leonard T. Shelly, '42E,
and from there proceed around the son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Shelly of
Opportunity is knocking at the campus singing Christmas carols. Paterson, N. J.'
door of every University woman who Warm clothing, ski pants and swea- Miss Masteller graduated from the
really wants to be~of service in the ers wil be i t goodt aste fo Cthert School of Nursing last June. The
emergency, in the form of a leader- mas tradition. Late permission will wedding will take place Dec. 21 at
ship training course, under the aus- be required. I Sidney, O.
pices of WAA, which meets at 4:15 - -
p.m. tomorrow in the Dance Studio
of Barbour Gymnasium.
At this time when leaders in every .
phase of community life are need-
ed, WAA offers a special extra-cur-
ricular course which will give its '
trainees experience in work with
children, in leading them in sing-
ling, games and telling stories. Actu-
! al practice with children in addi-
tion to the training will be offered, WE HAVE THE,
also. FINEST SELECTION
Leadership of any kind will be the FE
interest of the course, and the pro-
gram will be expanded and treated
so as to include the interests and
ideas of all the women who attend.-
Gertrude Inwood, '43, is in charge
of the group, and she announces Golf Balls "M "rBlanke tsI
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eral meetings, after which the work
of the group will be more organized \ Handball Gloves Skating Sox
and specialized so that the program
will really get under way.
To "lead the line behind the line"- Sweat Suits . ..Spur's
I hat is the aim and the intention of
University women everywhere-let
I us do our part now and attend! _THE BEST IN SPORTING GOODS -
P Notes V MOE pt £p
711 North University 907 South State
All junior women who intend to
participate in the production of the j
1942 Junior Girls' Play must make _________-- -
appointments at Health Service to
have their health rechecks before
Christmas vacation, Mary Lou Ewing,
general chairman of JGP, announced.
Only those women who have com-
pleted this routine recheck will be
permitted to take part in or to work
on any of the committees connected"
With the production. .
Inasmuch as over 25 women signed
1 up for appointments one day last r.::;k.. "
week and only 12 showed up, members
of the central committee request that
women pardicipating in JGP be more
considerate in keeping their appoint-
ments and thereby eliminate any in-
convenience on the part of the Health
Service which is providing this serv-
ice. -.

Alpha Chi Omega will have its Christmas party for their alumnae
and the alumnae's children tomorrow at 7 p.m.
Alpha Delta Pi will have an informal buffet supper today after the
Messiah for members and their guests.
Theta Xi will hold its annual Christmas party Sunday froi 4 p.m.
to, 8 p.m. A buffet supper will be served. Chaperoning the affair will be
Professor and Mrs. H. M. Kendall and Mr. and Mrs. F, F. Basom.

Fine giftsffor men
;--
SWEATERS of finest irnported cashmere yarys.
Pullover $10.95. Sleeveless vest $7.50.
SOX imported from England in the hand-framed
Argyls $2.50-$3.00. Also, beautiful ribbed hose of
fincest wool, $1.00.
LEATHER GOODS varying in price fromit $1.00
to $10 from tyre finest source in America.
JEWELRY, properly styled whether it costs 5 Oc
or $5.00, extremely lPopular this year.
SINCE 1848-
STATET E STREET AT LIBERTY

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BRACELETS delight the heart
of any girl. Sterling or gold,
plain or set with semi-precious
stones can be found at EIB-
LER'S JEWELRY STQRE.
There are also necklaces, rings
brooches, and earrings. All such
jewelry makes a feminine and
personal gift at a price that
will fit your budget. In the
more practical line there are
compacts and desk clocks.
"KEYS TO BEAUTY" is one of
the many clever Rubenstein
gift suggestions. This is a set
of three tiny lipsticks on a key
chain. The "Charm Box" con-
sists of powder, foundation
cream, and cleansing cream.
Both of these are $1.00 at JA-
COBSON'S. For $2.00 there is
a miniature pointsetta plant
with two small bottles of Rub-
enstein perfume hidden behind
the leaves.
COSTUME JEWELRY suits the
holiday mood. There are color-
ful plastic bracelets with pins
to match in red, green, brown,
and natural. These can be
monogrammed. Other pins are
silver, wood, and plastic in nov-
elty forms ... especially attrac-
tive was the silver, dragon's
head pin at $1.00. For her neck,
there are pearl and rhinestone
necklaces Which make beauti-
ful gifts. We foundl this collec-
tion at DILLON'S.
ALL AROUND THE TOWN or
country she'll need a travel kit.
CALKINS-FLETCHER have all
makes of cosmetics in these at-
tractive kits . . . in a wide
range of prices. Dorothy Gray
$6 to $10; Tussy $7 to $18.50;
Dunhill $5 to $42.50; Ayer $5;
Barbara Gould $5; Colonial
Dame $6.50 to $12.50.

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WOODEN BEADS bright as kin-
dergartner's!

CANDY to tempt a sweet tooth!

Five women have been selected to
act as assistants to the dance chair-
men of the 1942 Junior Girls Play,
Jean Ranahan and Lorraine Dalzen,
co-chairmen of the dance, announced
yesterday.
Those chosen were Elizabeth Deck-
er, Virginia Jackson, Hazel Muller,
Virginia Phelps and Virginia Wake-
man. Also, there will be a meeting of
all members of the dance committee
at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
At this time, the assistants will be
introduced and plans will be made for
routines according to the ideas pre-
sented by committee members. Each
person is asked to bring her eligibility
card to the meeting.
It is important that every woman
attend this meeting, as definite plans
for meetings and rehearsals after
Christmas vacation will be completed.
Those not able to come are asked to
notify the chairmen.
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Exhibition To Be Held
An exhibition of folk dancing will
be given at 8 p.m. today under the
auspices of the Slavic Society. Open
to the general public, the performance
will be held in Room 305 in the Union.

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REVLON PURSE KIT with man-
icure essentials.

PASTEL PLASTIC boxes for pro-
saic Kleenex!

To Play

Santa Claus

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"Steve," the driver of the Ann
Arbor bus that has the Geddes'route,
will play Santa Claus again this year
at the traditional Alpha Phi Christ-
mas party for members today. Mem-
bers of the Ann Arbor Alumnae
group will entertain the collegiate
members of Alpha at a dinner to-
morrow at the chapter house.

PLAYING CARDS for bridge SWEET-SMELLING COLOGNES
,fiends. and other toiletries.

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CGhris/wnas fi nd! Snow- white hab - k

SCARFS square or long in wools
and rayon.
COSTUME JEWELRY that
makes conversation.

LONG, LONG PEARLS that look
precious!

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LADY-LIKE hankies . . . sheer,
white, pretty.
F .F.. 4.
BRIGHT KNIT GLOVES AND
MITTENS mean warm hands!

SCRAPBOOKS remember EV-
ERYTHING!

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FOR MUSIC LOVERS fine rec-
ord albums make ideal gifts.
THE RADIO & RECORD SHOP
has an album of Andre Kos-
telanetz's Musical Comedy Fav-
orites. Included in this album
are "A Pretty Girl Is Like a
Melody," "Tea for Two," "All
the Things You Are." Another
excellent album is the ballet
Gaiete Parisienne by Offen-
bach. The well-known theme
used by the Hudson Hour is
flayed in the waltz movement
of this ballet. Priced $2.62.
PRACTICAL YET FRIVOLOUS
are the snow white fur mittens
at the CAMPUS SHOP. These
can be worn all times and all
places. There are also angora
and wool mittens in all colors

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ALL IS VANITY with compacts
a necessity.

SPILL-PROOF rubber-lined bags
for gadabouts.

erdasher shirts tailored by the
maker of your favorite slips. In
crepe Jaunty rayon; styled with
French cuffs, convertible neck.

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