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SUNDAY,-ECEHRER-7, 24
Positions Open
On fissembly Ball
Petitions Wi li Be Due Tuesday in League;
Coed-Bid Formal To Be Given in March

THE MICHIGAN D AILY

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Independents petitioning for
positions on the central commit-
tee Of Assembly Ball must file
their complete petitions before
noon, Tuesday in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
All independent women except
first semester freshmen, may pe-
tition for ball positions. The tra-
ditional coed-bid formal will be
presented early in March.
S Petitioners are asked to sign
for an interview on the Under-
graduate bulletin board when
they submit their petitions. In-
terviewing will be held from
3:30 to 5 pm. Tuesday, 3 to 5:30
p.m. Thursday and from 3 to
5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15.
Engagement
The engagement of Shirley M.
Surprenant to Emil F. Vranich,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michel Vran-
Ich of Des Moines Iowa, is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Tipley of Detroit.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Michigan State College and is a
member of Alpha Chi Omega sor-
ority. Her fiance is a senior en-
gineering student here.

All interviews will be held in
the Assembly Office, Rm. D on
the third floor of the League. Co-
eds are asked to bring eligibility
cards and Assembly membership
cards to their interviews. Mem-
bership cards may be picked up
in the Assembly Office any af-
ternoon.
Positions open on the Assem-
bly Ball central committee in-
clude general chairman, assis-
tant chairman, publicity chair-
man, music chairman and de-
corations chairman.
Petitions should include speci-
fic ideas for the dance theme and
the organization of committees,
according to Irma Eichhorn, As-
sembly president. Coeds should
be prepared to discuss their plans
in full at the interviews.
Any coed needing help with her
petition may confer with members
of the board from 3 to 5 p.m. any
afternoon except Friday in the
Assembly Office. The old commit-
tee reports of past dances are
preserved in a book in the Under-
graduate Office and may be re-
ferred to for aid.

Annual Concert,
To Be Qiven
By QeeClub
The University of Michigan
Women's Glee Club will present
its annual Christmas concert at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday. in Lydia'
Mendelssohn Theatre.
Under the direction of Miss
Marguerite V. Hood, the Glee Club
will give a program of Christmas
carols and modern Christmas
choral selections. Among the
numbers included on the program
will be "I Wonder as I Wander,"
an Appalachian carol, "0 Holy
Night" by Adam, "White Christ-
mas" by Irving Berlin, and "San-
ta Claus is Comin' to Town" by
Coots. The audience will be in-
vited to participate in singing sev-
eral favorite traditional carols.
Soloists will be Bonnie Elms,
Doris Kays, Suzanne Smith, and
Ruth Spore. The Glee Club will be
accompanied in this concert by
Katherine Mills. pianist, and Mar-
garet Cawley, flutist.
Lawyers' Dance
To Be Held Friday
Senior law students, will spon-
sor a semi-formal Christmas
dance, "Wig and Robe Ball," to
be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the Union Ballroom.

Coeds Plan To Reestablish
Candy Booths Under League

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RIORDAN CREPE - A Daryl
sleeveless slip of a dress of Rior-
dan crepe shown above, has a
skirt that falls straight in loose
pleats from the waist. It has a
matching long-sleeved jacket.
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WAA Notices
Table tennis tournaments will
begin this week in women's hous-
es to choose contestants for the
campus-wide tournament which
will begin February 16.
House sports managers have
been asked to draw up charts for
single elimination play-offs, hav-
ing a match consist of winning
two out of three games. For hous-
es lacking tables and equipment,
facility has been provided in Bar-
bour Gym and the W.A.B. Wo-
men living in league houses and
private homes may wait to play
in the all-campus tournament.
Opportunity to sign up for the
All - Campus Women's Singles
Badminton Tournament has been
extended until Wednesday.
Coeds may sign up on the WAA
Bulletin Board in Barbour Gym.
Some experience in playing is re-
quired for participating in the
tournament. All games will be
played in Barbour Gym; times will
be posted on the bulletin board.
Players must supply their own
rackets and birds, rackets may al-
so be rented. Anyone having ques-
tions may call Naida Chernow at
2-4471.
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Ballet-Meeting will be held at
7 p.m. tomorrow due to the con-
cert. Participation and attend-
ance will be discussed.
Modern Dance-Regular meet-
ing at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Bar-
bour Gym.
Badminton-Club Singles Tour-
nament will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Barbour Gym. A
new section will open up to all
women on campus which will meet
from 1:15 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
Golf-Practice and instruction
period at 5 p.m. Thursday in the
WAB. A number two or three iron
will be used.
Skating-The skating period
from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday will be
discontinued until the end of the
semester.
Outing-All students are invit-
ed to attend a scavenger hunt at
2:30 p.m. Sunday December 14 at
the WAB.
Christmas Dance
To Feature Smith
Greene House will sponsor a
Christmas Formal for all former
residents, to be given from 9 p.m.
to midnight, Saturday, at East
Quadrangle.
Black silhouettes, wreathes, can-
dles and a Christmas tree will
complete the decorations. Music
will be furnished by Harry Smith
and his band.

Plans to reestablish a chain o.
student-managed candy booths in
University Hall and the women'.
dormitories, are underway to com-
bat the rising cost of living placed
on students.
This system is being sponsorec
by the League Council ItN ill be
supervised by the chairman of the
Drives Committee, Janet Cork,
whose office has been expanded
to include this and other bene-
fits.
Bluebooks, cleansing tissues,
cookies, and candy will be on
sale at a lower rate than that
which prevails in most stores.
Each booth will have its own
individual manager. Her duties
will be, in addition to selling.
keeping accounts and stocking her
store. She will be permitted to
set the hours when her store will
be open for business. League ac-
tivity credits will be given to these
volunteer workers who will man-
age the booths.
Any profits which result from
this project will be donated to
the Fresh Air Camp, although
the chief purpose of the booths
is to provide students with ne-
cessities at as low a cost as
possible.
Indoor Planting
To Be Discussed
By GardenClub
The second meeting of the new
Willow Village Year-Round Gar-
den Club will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, with a discussion on
house plants led by Mrs. Osal
Capps.
The Garden Club is open to
anyone in the village and new-
comers are welcome. Meetings are
held once a month with informal
programs on topics suggested by
the members.
Mrs. Blaine Rabbers has served
as chairman of the Garden Club,
and has been a special guest of
the Ann Arbor Garden Club at
their early fall meetings.
Early in November, a committee
of the Ann Arbor Garden Club
headed by Mrs. Raleigh Schorl-
ling presented the Village Gar-
den Club with tulip bulbs for fall
planting.

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The first booths were establish-
ed in 1937 under the sponsorship
of the League. Profits were do-
nated to a scholarship fund. These!
booths were discontinued at the
start of the war because of the
shortages of commodities.

Gift-Wise and
Value=Perfect

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for the ROSE BOWL GAME
Share expenses basis
CONTACT: MR. OSBORN
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in lino broadcloth

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Short sleeve shirtwaist blouse with Peter Pan collar. Stitch.
perfect workmanship on exquisitely cut broadcloth-classic
in trend, always fashionable. You'll choose several for

Women's Physical Education
Club invites the faculty to a
tea from 3 to 5 p.m. today in
the W.A.B. lounge. Mrs. Marvin
Marsh is chairman.

Christmas giving at this attractive price.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS SACHET... a charming
satin pillow filled with the famous Blue
Grass . .. fresh . .. buoyant . ..sweet as
Kentucky airl 3.50
BLUE GRASS GIFT BATH BOX ... lovely ac-
cessories for her bath. Dusting Powder, Bath
Soap and granulated Bath Salts. 7.00
BLUE GRASS CHRISTMAS BELL ... the mer-
riest way you could wish her Merry Christ.
mas. % oz. of Blue Grass Perfume ... her
favorite fragrance. 8.00
CHRISTMAS TREE BALL ... all shiny and
blue to hang on her tree...to delight her
because it holds Night and Day ... the per-
fume with light, clear tones. 5.00
all prices plus taxe

Evening bags and cocktail bags
as well as leather, corde or broad-
cloth styles priced only $3.00 to
$25.00.

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ON STATE AT THE HEAD OF NORTH UNIVERSITY

Tom.

N'T FORGET -
Men's Night--Dec. 15
Ladies' Night-Dec. 16
Pearl, rhinestone, gold, or silver
bibs and chokers make gorgeous
gifts for just $1.00 to $35.00.

Formal mitts, formal gloves and
shorter styles, too. ',Leather or
fabric. Priced $1.25 to $8.95.
Exquisite frilly dickies-or tail-
ored styles in white or colors.
$1.00 to $6.00.

OPEN NIGHTS
Dec. 13 - 20 - 22

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Pure white lace trimmed squares-
colorful prints in linen, sheer or

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