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DAILY

ACEFIV

Assembly Ball Will Be Held Jan. 9 In League Ballroom

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For Committee
Beg ins Dec. 8
Elimination Of Decorations,
Big Orchestra Will Increase
Bomber Sch'olarship Donation
Saturday, Jan. 9 in the League
Ballroom is the date and place set
by Assembly Executive Council for
Assembly's annual ball, Betty New-
man, '43, president, announced yes-
terday, thus making it one of the
last big dances to be given this semes-
ter.
The affair has been moved up on
short notice from its customary
spyring date in order to give mid-year
graduates a chance to attend. Peti-
tioning and interviewing for commit-
tee positions will also be squeezed
into one week instead of two, so that
there will be more time to organize
dance plans.
Bring Petitions to Interviews
Instead of submitting petitions be-
forehand, all those trying out should
bring them to their interviews, which
will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 8 through Friday, Dec.
11 in the Undergraduate Office of
the League, according to Miss New-
man.
Positions open for petitioning are
general chairman, assistant general
chairman, program chairman, pa-
trons chairman, tickets chairman
and publicity chairman. Second se-
mester freshmen, sophomores, jun-
iors and seniors are eligible to peti-
tion.
Council to Officiate
All interviewing will be conducted
by the Executive Council, consisting
of Miss Newman, Dorothy, Schloss,
'43, vice-president; Mar'y Moore, '43,
secretary; Roberta Holland, '43,
treasurer, and Jean Conway, '43,
president of the league house group.
Though last year Assembly fea-
tured its triangle crest in ballroom
decorations, and Bernie Cummins'
orchestra furnished the music, there
will be no decorations this time, and
no out-pf-town orchestra. Instead of
investing in these features all pro-
ceeds will go to the Bomber-Scho-
larship fund.
Stork Pays Byrnr
Household A Visit
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Byrn of
Camp Grant, Ill., announce the birth
of a daughter, Carol Lynn. Mrs. Byrn,
who graduated from the University
last January, was affiliated with Al-
pha Phi while on campus.
Capt. Byrn was graduated from the
University Medical School and served
his internship at University Hospital
before entering the Army Medical
Corps.

Songs, Scripts
For JQP Must
Be In By Tuesday
After Tuesday it will be too late
for any aspiring song or script writers
to enter JGP's skit and song contest,
Lucy Chase Wright, '44, announced;
for on that day all entries must be
turned in at Miss McCormick's office
in the League.
Although designed for the purpose
of selling war bonds and stamps,
skits may be of any theme but of lim-
ited length. Songs, on the other hand,
should pertain to the war theme in
order to further bond and stamp
sales.
All students, both men and women,
are eligible to enter this contest, and
one person may turn in any number
of entries. Instead of boxtops and
labels, one 10 cent war stamp is re-
quired with each skit or song which
is entered in the competition.
Following the idea of JGP, prize
for the contest will be a dollar defense
stamp, as well as a chance to have
the skit or song considered for a
Sunday morning broadcast. More-
over, the skits will be used as enter-
tainment at various campus func-
tions, including Senior Banquet.
"We are looking for a theme song,"
Miss Wright announced. She empha-
sized the fact that a catchy tune is
what is needed. "Be a triple-threat
student," she continued. "Have fun
writing, win a prize, and promote the
sale of defense bonds and stamps."
WAA SCHEDULE
Basketball Tournament: 5:10
p.m. tomorrow, Couzens Hall vs.
Phi Sigma Sigma; Jordan vs.
Alumnae House. 5:10 p.m. Tues-
day, Stockwell No. 1 vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta; Alpha Xi Delta vs.
Helen Newberry. 5:10 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Alpha Delta Pi vs. League
House No. 2; Mosher No. 2 vs.
Adelia Cheever. 4:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Betsy Barbour No. 2 vs. Beta
Kappa Rho; Betsy. Barbour No.
1 vs. Alpha Chi Omega. 5:10 p.m.
Thursday, Stockwell No. 2 vs.
Delta Gamma; League House No.
1 vs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Figure skating club: 3:15 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Coli-
seum.
Fencing club: 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Barbour gyms
Swimming club: 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Union pool.
Crop and Saddle: 5 p.m. Wed-
nesday, Barbour ' gym.
University Women's Riding
club: 1 p.m. Saturday, Barbour
gym.
Dance club: 4:15 Tuesday and
Thursday, Barbour Dance Studio.
Badminton club: 5 p.m. Friday,
Barbour gym.j

Senior Society
To H old Dance
'Jingle Jive,' Victory Dance, To
Benefit Bomber Scholarship
Senior Society will present their
version of a Victory Dance in the
form of a "Jingle Jive," when they*
take over, next Friday, in the League
Ballroom.
In accordance with the preseht
plan of Victory Dandes, the "Jingle
Jive" will be given for the benefit of
the Bomber-Scholarship fund. All
proceeds, with the exception of the
cost of the band, will be donated to
the fund.
A goal of $15,000 has been set by
the Bomber-Scholarship fund for the
current year.. To aid in obtaining this
goal the Friday and Saturday night
dances, at the League, are each spon-
sored by a different campus group.
"A preview of Christmas festivi-
ties" will be the theme predominat-
ing the activities, similar to the dance
sponsored by Senior Society last year.
Ruth E. Clark, '43, and Leonore'
Grossman, '43, will be co-chairmeh'
of the affair.
"Doc" Spracklin, and his eleven
piece band, will play for the dancing.
Victirm Of Fraternity

Lost Wallet Dims
Christmas Plans
DENVER- (A)- Sgt. Merwin G.
Hall saved up about $100 during the
past year and was looking forward
to a Christmas furlough and a visit
with his rnther in Greenwood, Miss.
He went shopping for a Christmas
present and lost his wallet, contain-
ing the entire savings, on a crowded
downtown street.

Suzanne
Engaged

E. Cone Is
To Be Wed

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Cone an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Suzanne Elizabeth Cone,
'43, to John C. Purdue, '42.
The wedding is to take place Dec.
26 in the Collingwood Presbyterian
Church in Toledo.
Miss Cone is a member of Alpha
Chi Omega, a member in Scroll Soci-
ety, and is secretary of WAA.

New Members Will
Be Initiated Tuesday
By Michigan Dames
A general meeting will be held by
the Michigan Dames at 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday, in the League. Initiation for
the new nembers will take place at
this time.
The music group will provide the
evening's entertainment. Dr. E. V.
Moore, director of the Music School
will be the speaker, and his subject
will be "Music in the Army." Dr.
Moore is technical consultant to the
special service school at Fort Meade,
Md.

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Prank May 'Have
Date Betty-Gr-able

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ATLANTA.-()-If Georia's 200-
pound tackle, Dick Richardson, has
a date with Betty Grable when the
Bulldogs reach the Rose Bowl, he
can thank his prankster friends.
Fraternity brothers wired Miss
Grable for a date and signed Rich-
ardson's name. A publicity man' at
the movie company where the blonde
star works wired the Atlanta Con-
stitution to confirm the request.
When Richardson was questioned,
he denied sending the originalwifre
but thought it was "a good idea."
So, Richardson, a sophomore may
be the very willing "victin" of a
prank.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
the Rev. Henry O. Yoder will preach
on "The Advent Call."
Zion Lutheran Church services will
be held at 10:3b a.m. Sunday, the
Rev. Stellhorn speaking on "We Still
Wait."
The Lutheran Student Association
will hold, its weekly dinner and dis-
,ussion hour Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at.
Trinity Lutheran Church, instead of
Zion. There will be a forum discus-
sion on "Christian Marriage."
The First Baptist Church:
10:00 a.m.: Roger Williams Guild
class meets in the Guild House, 502
E. Huron St., to study Paul's letter
to the Philipians.
Graduate class meets in the Churc.
11:00 am.: Sermon : "My Brother"
-Rev. C. H. Loucks.
7:00 p.m.: Roger Williams Guild
meeting at the Guild " House. "It
Happened in Burma"-a book re-
view by Frances Lee.
Unity: Sunday morning at 11:00
subject: "The Right Contact." Young
People's Group at 6:00 to begin dis-
cussion of Emmet Fox's interpretation
of "Sermon on the Mount." Regular.
Monday night Study Group to begin
Ernest Wilson's "Master Class Les-
sons." All meetings held at the Unity
Reading Rooms, 310 S. State, Room
31.

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Dear Diary - Christmas is in
the air! Better shop later, than
never, sez I. So, I'm getting
busy, while the getting is good!
Got The Dickens Today
Found something special . . . a
dramatization of Dicken's fam-
ous Christmas Carol, in the
RADIO AND RECORD SHOP.
Basil Rathbone plays Scrooge
supported by a cast of famous
radio and Hollywood stars.
The new Victor Musicards over
there are super . . . attractive
record gift covers, dnly 10c.
Tues... . Snowbound
Talk about the weather . . . we
dropped in at COLLIN'S today!
The kodiac cloth snow suits are
the classiest water - repellent
and wind resistant outfits on
the market. In blue, red, Aus-
tralian green, with hoods, and
separate pants and jackets.
Don't forget your Kumfortites
long red underwear!
Family Scouting ... Early!
Snooped all over A.A. today ...
found perfect gifts for every-
body! All sorts of bracelets for
mother and sister in EIBLER'S
. . sterling silver, identifica-
tion, gold linked. Couldn't re-
sist the silver and two-toned
gold earrings and necklaces!
They're swell about showing
you around.
Thurs... Snug As A Bug
Found a solution . . . to the
heating problem! Picked up

one of those soft Luxdown bed
jackets in the SMARTEST HO-
SIERY SHOP. Been studying
in it ever since! They have
very pretty quilted and dainty
silk jackets. Ideal for gifts.
lite ... Bob Wore Tails
Something he finally noticed'
my red velvet evening
gloves. The gold kid trim, prob-
ably! Also found a most ex-
clusive looking 'gold braid eve-
ning bag . . . in MR. FOSTER'S
REMEMBRANCE SHOP. And
their-saddle-tan unlined tailor-
ed bags are the roomiest ever!
Sat.... Splurged 'N How

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Colorful Christmas
We know that you're planning a big dinner, so we arc offering
y ou festive cloths with matching napkins to decorate your tabie.
They are made of lin en, Cotton or spun rayon, and come in sizes
r anging from one yard square to three yards.
GAGE LINEN SHOP =
8 NICKELS ARCADE Alway 1cadsonably Priced
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MAKE YOUR OWN
DECLARATION OF WAR
WAR SAVINGS BONDS & STAMPS
It's the Way We on the Home Front
Can Contribute Most to the Fight!
Monday, DECEMBER 7
No Merchandise Will Be Sold At
Goodyear's Unless A War Stamp
Or Bond Is included With
Every Purchase.

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fla/em oiJe/ e Jtute 3l:

. D{ORSAY)
A purse-size packet of rare per-
eio- a gleaming flacon of a
famous d'Orsay odeur nestled in
arealy carming filted box.
SYour choice of Le Dandy, Tou-

THIS CHRISTMAS
GIVE
"S CNI-I- IME"NT
SHE'S counting on Santa to bring her favorite
perfume or cologne from Mademoiselle. Our
complete selection includes such famous names
as Vigny, Ciro, Chanel, Faberge, Lanvin, Cira,
as Vigny, Ciro, Chanel, Faberge, Lanvin,

WAR SAVINGS
STAMPS
lOc to 1.00
Urge All Our

WAR SAVINGS
BONDS
18.75 to 750.00
Customers to Cooperate,

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