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December 10, 1950 - Image 5

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,SUNDAY, IDECEM 3ER 10, 1950




Santa To Visit
Union Formal
Saturday Night
Christmas Greenery,
Mistletoe To Create
Yuletide Atmosphere
Santa Claus is coming to town
and from all reports he will be
heading straight for the Union
semi-formal from 9 p.m. to mid-
night this Saturday.
The theme of the dance, espec-
ially designed to make the jolly
old elf's arrival a pleasant one,
will be "Santa's Fantasy." Decora-
tions will include a green and
white false ceiling, Christmas
greenery and a portrait of Santa
himself overthe bandstand.
A fireplace (complete with ar-
tificial fire), a Christmas tree, Ian-
terns'in the hallway and mistle-
toe will round out the decorative
A display, showing how Santa
may lookto anyone who happens
to look out of the window at just
the right instant to see him arriv-
ing in his sleigh, has already been
put up on the north side of the
As couples arrive at "Santa's
Fantasy," they will hear recorded
Christmas carols in the Union lob-
by. They will also be presented
with programs and favors.
- Frank Tinker's orchestra will be
on hand to providemusic for danc-
ing at what the committee in
charge describes as "the best dance
to be held under the Union roof."
Tickets will be on sale this week,
through Friday, in men's dormi-
tories, in fraternity houses and at
the Union.
Annual Supper
Honors Dean
" Deborah Bacon, Dean of Wom-
en, will be the guest of honor at
Martha Cook's annual Messiah
Supper today.
Seventy guests, including Mes-
siah artists and University offi-
cials, have been invited to the
supper, which will be followed by
a dessert and a Christmas pro-
Members of the Martha Cook
and Law Quad choirs will sing
several selections. Community
singing of Christmas carols will
round out the program.
The Mssiah Supper is one of
the main events on Martha Cook's
social calendar. Every woman in
the dormitory serves on a com-
mittee for the event.
Rae Jean Schieble is chairman
of this year's supper. Franzi Is-
bel is in charge of the committee
of coffee hostesses. Nancy John-
stone is chairman of the door hos-
tess committee and Jo, Perry is
in charge of the Blue Room hos-
tess committee.
The program and choir will be
under the direction of Bunny Lo-

Engagement Announced

Theta Sigma Phi Announces
Start of Campus Diary Sales

Theta Sigma Phi, honorary and
professional fraternity for women
in journalism has announced the
publication of a pocket-sized diary
and appointment book, which con-
tain a complete calendar of campus
"We hope to make this an an-
nual project," said Margaret Bev-'
an, president of the University
chapter. "The book can be con-'
veniently carried in the pocket or
purse, and will make a welcome
Christmas gift," she added.
THE BOOK is leatherette bound
and sells for 75 cents. It will be on
sale from 8 a.m. to noon, Tuesday
and Thursday, at the student ac-
tivities window of the Administra-
tion Building.
Theta Sigma Phi was founded
April 8, 1909 at the University of
Washington by seven coeds.
One of the oldest professional
honorary organizations for women,
its founding sparked a chain re-
action which resulted in the form-
ing of professional honoraries in
other schools and departments on
campuses throughout the nation.
* * *
ITS PURPOSES include raising
the standards of journalism, im-
proving working conditions for
women in the field, and inspiring
the individual to greater effort.
Today, Theta Sigma Phi's
number more than 10,000, on

and off the nation's campuses,
and alumnae are found in every
major phase of journalism-not.
only newspapers, but publicity,
radio, film studios, advertising,
and magazines.
Among the well-known members
of the fraternity are Eleanor
Roosevelt, Jan Struther, Dorothy
Canfield Fischer, Faith Baldwin,
Kathleen Norris, Edna Ferber,
Fannie Hurst, Dorothy Dix, and
Cornelia Otis Skinner.
Other projects planned by the
local chapter include a fashion
show in the spring and the Matrix
Table, a traditional banquet to
honor a woman prominent in the
field of journalism.
Pledge Ceremony Held
By Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Alpha Iota, professional
music fraternity for women held
its pledging ceremony at 7:15 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 3, in the Hussey
room of the League.
Those honored were: Mary
Bailey, Mary Ballard, Kathleen
Bond, Evelyn Brooks, Janice
Clark, Sally Hansen, Julia Hen-
nig, Bernadine Logan, Janet Ow-
lett, Beverly Schubert, Nancy
Symmonds, Ellen Traxler, Jus-
tine Votypka, Nancy Weitknecht,
Carol Wilkey, andEdith Zicker-

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FUTURE BRIDE-Mrs. Marjorie Malleaux of Ann Arbor recently
announced the engagement of her daughter, Patricia Johnstone,
to O. Thomas Law, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ortley T. Law of Bridge-
port, W. Va. Miss Johnstone is a junior in the School of Archi-
tecture and Design. Her fiance is a teaching fellow in the psy-
chology department. A ceremony at the St. Andrews Episcopal
Church is being planned for Jan. 27.
Basketball Games Continue:
Clubs Slate 'Ensian Pictures

The annual WAA basketball
tournament will be the main ac-
tivity in inter-house sports this
The schedule for the week is
Monday at 5:10 p.m. - Kappa
Kappa Gamma II vs. Cheever I;
at 7:15 p.m.Alpha Kappa Alpha
I vs. Stockwell I; Ann Arbor Girls
I vs. Stockwell V; at 8 p.m-
Couzens I vs. Couzens II.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Sorosis
I vs. Sigma Delta Tau I; Kappa
Delta I vs. Alpha Chi Omega I;
at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Phi II vs.
League5House Girls I; Delta Zeta
I vs. Stockwell VI;at 8 p.m.-
Alpha Omicron Pi II vs. League
House Girls II; Jordan I vs. Delta
Delta Delta I.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Stock-
well III vs. Delta Delta Delta III;
Record Group To Hold
Second 'Jam Session'
For Campus At League
Students will be tapping out
the musical rhythms of three
combos at a "live jam session" to
be held by the Hot Record So-
ciety from 8 to 10 p.m. today in
the League.
Two hours of dixie and swing
are offered to the campus during
this second "jam concert" of the
Wayne Garrett, president of the
Hot Record Society, expects ap-
proximately 150 students to at-
tend the musical session.
Bob Leopold's Dixieland Band
and Carleton Ryding's Combo
are two of the music groups which
have been scheduled for the event.
The room will be posted on the
bulletin board in the lobby.

at 7:15 p.m.-Newberry III vs.
Barbour II; Chi Omega I vs. Alpha
Gamma Delta I; at 8 p.m.-Hins-
dale I vs. Mosher I; Alpha Xi
Delta I vs. Angell I.
Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Hollis
House I vs. Kappa Delta II; Delta
'Gamma II vs. Alpha Epsilon Phi
I; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Xi Delta
II vs. Stockwell VII; Gamma Phi
Beta III vs. Alpha Gamma Delta
II; at 8 p.m.-Martha Cook I vs.
the winner of League House Girls
II vs. Alpha Omicron Pi1 II;
Mosher III vs. Henderson I.
All cancellations must be made
by 1:30 p.m. Monday by calling
U. Ext. 2745 and stating the rea-
son for postponement of the game.
Tournament officials also request
that the team manager notify the
team which they are scheduled
to play, in case of cancellation or
Bowling Club-Bowling will be
extended through Thursday.
Members will have their 'Ensian
picture taken at 4 p.m. Thursday
at the WAB.
* * .
Riding Club-The 'Ensian pic-
ture will be taken at 6:45 p.m.
Wednesday at Barbour Gymna-
sium. There will be a movie fol-
lowing on the training of a saddle
horse. Manager, Patricia Gullberg,
requests that "all those who
haven't paid their dues, do so."
Club Meeting
The Women's Physical Edu-
cation Club will meet at 7 p.m.
today at Barbour Gymnasium.
After a short business meeting,
the members will play the fac-
ulty members in volleyball.


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