TAlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, X)EUEMJEpt
Quad To Hold
Visitors To Be Welcomed
By Christmas Carols
Men of the West Quadrangle will
play hosts to over 1,000 members;
of the University faculty from 3 tol
6 p.m. today in the largest reception
of the year.
The eight house presidents in the
Quad will receive the guests in thel
main lounge, while 70 carollers un-
der the direction of Prof. David
Mattern of the music school, will en-
tertain the visitors in the concourse1
with traditional Christmas hymns.#
A trio composed of Martin Ulmer,
'42, violinist; William Dewey, '42,
pianist,Fand- George Morley, '45, cell-
ist, will accompany the singers and
Donald Hutchinson, '45, Elwood Pet-
it, 42E, and Charles Lemmon, '45,
will sing solos.
Western Coastline Artistic Honors
Of Little America
To le 'hobbs Land'
* * *
Go I() Pamjiter
Meinecke Gets Invitation
To Show Water Color
One of the highest honors which
can come to an artist has been fe-
ceived by Tristan Meinecke, '42A.
The Art Institute of Chicago has
invited Meineeke's painting, "City
Landscape" (now at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts to appear in its In-
ternational Exhibition of Water Col-
ors, to be held from May 14 to Aug-
ust 23. 1942.
Since this exhibition is open for all;
water color artists, professionals as
well as students, this honor is par-
ticularly great for a studant. In ad-
dition, artists do not have to wait
C for an *invitation to the exhibition,
they may submit the paintings them-
selves. Invited works as well as works
accepted by the jury are eligible for
prizes, which this year will amount to
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OUR FINEST STOCK in years is
waiting for your inspection. Gifts
for every writing need and original
accessories with real "gift appeal."
BALL & THRASHER, 205 South
The "Fitting Gift"-a Mary Barron
Slip. Lace trimmed and tailored
styles in white and pale pastel sat-
ins and crepes. Also black and col-
ored taffetas, sizes from 30 to 44-
291 to 43. ELIZABETH DILLON
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Meinecke is the son of Prof. Bruno
A thousand mile coastline extend- Meinecke of the Latin Department,
ing northeast from Little America and a native of Ann Arbor.
'ias been named Hobbs Land in hon- -- Be a (woonfeJnow Dc.. 15 -
r of Prof. Emeritus William H. Laborite arnS 'apanese
Hobbs, eminent geologist and ex-
lorer, it was learned here today. LONDON, Dec. 13--P)--Ellen Wil-
' Hobbs, an explorer and authority kinson, Laborite member of the House
)n Greenland, was notified of the of Commons, commented in a speech
ionor yesterday by Rear Admiral today that "people who live in wooden
Richard E. Byrd of the U.S. Navy. houses should not throw bombs." She
Hobb.; Land lies between the Aus- warned the Japanese people that their
tralian and South Americap sectors cities of Tokyo or Kobe "may regret
:f the Pacific Ocean. It is southwest deeply the treacherous attack on the
>f South America and runs for more United States."
han a thousand miles northeast -- HeaGoodfelow Dec. 5--
f;om Little America. Gridiron Club Picks Head
GOODFELLOW CONTRIBUTORS WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 -- (A)
Lewis G. Wood of the New York
Alpha Gamma Delta Times was elected president of the
Alpha Omicron Pi idiron Club at its annual meeting
Aoday. The winter dinner of the club
Alpha Tau Omega sQheduled for tonight; was cancelled.
Alpha Xi Delta
Chi f meta
PROP. WILLIAM H. HOBBS
.in his honor
Delta Delta Delta
Kappa Alpha Theta
Katharine Pickerell Cooperative
Muriel Lester Cooperative
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Sigma Sigma
Pi Beta Phi
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T A L L Y F OR T H E H U N T S M E N-Wardens C. F. Hassell (left) and Jack Fuller (seated) check over kill for W. T. Wolford,
Ray Shepherd, and W. E. Shepherd, who took advantage of Estes park, Colo., elk season. E. E. Holton (plaid shirt) is park police chief,
L I M I T T O L 0 C K S-The haircut this barber in Banff,
Canada, thought to give Chief Spotted Eagle turned out to be
something slightly less. The chief had only his bangs trimmed.
Despite coaxing, he wouldn't part. with those two long braids.
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"A htVys R e~iso)?(dsiY Priced"
D R E S S I N G T H E P A R T-When plans for a basketball
game of 1891 vintage called for a "handlebar mustache", Fritz
Mueller (left) and Charles Legg went all out, in hirsute decora-
tion. Game was part of a golden jubilee celebration marking 50
years of basketball and was played by the Cortland Normal school
students at Cortland, N. Y. Peach baskets served for the game.
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Served in the Mon Dining Room--:00 unlil 7:30 o'clock
Chop Suey with Rice
Apple Sauce Layer Cake
or Chocolate-Royal Ice Cream
Chicken Salad Plate
Cocoanut Custard Pie
or Preserved Figs
at fifty Orve cents#
Jelly Omelette Fruit Cocktail
Grilled Bacon Broiled Lake Trout
French Fried Potatoes Boiled Potato
Fresh Green Peas
Strawberry Sundae Cocoanut Custard Pie
or Layer Cake or Caramel 'Mallow Sundae