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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2950,.ยข

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 19~0 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?AGI
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ROLL 'EM UP: Tea Presented
Bunyan 'Formal' Preparations By Sigma Chi
Demand Forester's Lessons Coed Guests Meet

Members of the Forestry Club
are busy introducing students to
the true ways of the woodsmen in
preparation for their annual Paul
Bunyan "formal" to be held from
9 .p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
13 in the Waterman and Barbour
Gymnasiums.
In addition to informing the
the campus about the facts of life
concerning Paul Bunyan, the for-
esters are also giving out data on
the dancing with caulked boots
and the rolling of cigarettes.
Concerning the last project, the
woodsmen suggest that novices
JGP
Members of the Central Com-
mittee of JGP will meet at 4:15
p.m. today in the League.

first secure the tobacco, of which
there are two kinds, the flake
type and the fibre variety, al-
though some rugged citizens use
plain pipe tobacco.
In addition the foresters re-
commend that the right kind of
paper be used.
Continuing with their instruc-
tions, the foresters then suggest
that the paper be grasped with
the thumb, index and third fing-
ers of the left hand, thus form-
ing a trough in the paper.
The tobacco is tapped lightly
onto the paper and evenly propor-
tioned. Next the bottom edge of
the paper is folded over and down.
It is then rolled over once more,
the edges moistened and the roll
completed by pushing upwards
with the thumbs.

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Fraternity Pledges

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

All the coeds on campus were
"sweethearts of Sigma Chi" last
Sunday when the men staged
their annual open house for
"strictly feminine" guests.
Invitations were sent out to all
women's residences, inviting coeds
to the informal party which is,
held each year in honor of Sigma
Chi pledges.
With the Tri Delts as their hos-
tesses, guests were entertained
with a magic show by Jack Gan-
non, singing by the Sigma Chimes
and Carl Kaltwasser.
A humorous skit was given by
Bill Clark and Jack Miller.
Pledges honored at the open
house were John Black, Russ
Chandler, Louis Child, Mike Den-
ney, Jerry Harrington, Dave Hig-
gins, Don Hill and Jerry Nay.
The list continues with: Cliff
Mitts, Berry McDermott, John
Matches, Chuck Pollard, Bronse
Rumsey, Ron Seamon and Tom
Benner.
Phys. Ed. Department
Will Honor Students
With Annual Breakfast
Majors, minors, and graduate
students in the Physical Educa-
tion Department for Women are
being honored at a breakfast to-
morrow morning (Thursday) at
the WAB.
The byeakfast is an annual
event given by the staff. It will be
highlighted by a dance done for
the students by Esther Pease;
Valerie Moffet, and Geraldine
Miller, members of the faculty.

Club Will Sell
Bus Tickets
To Cleveland
Bus tickets from Ann Arbor to
Cleveland will be sold from 3 to
5:30 p.m. today through - Friday
in the Administration Building
by members of the Cleveland
Club.
I Round trip tickets on the bus,
which will leave Ann Arbor at
3:30 p.m. Friday, will be $9, but
one way bus tickets will alsobbe
available.
At the same time, club mem-
bers will also be selling tickets for
their Christmas dance to be held
Wednesday, Dec. 27, in Cleveland.
Tickets for the dance, which will
be held in the Tudor Room of the
Tudor Arms Hotel, will be $3 per
couple.

YULETIDE SPIRIT-Residents of Stockwell Hall hold their
Christmas reception at which time they decorate the dormitory
with holiday trimmings and entertain their guests which include
students and members of the faculty and administrative staffs.
* * * *
'TIS THE SEASON:
Stockwell Holds Reception

Beauticians Offer Helpful Hints
For Selecting Correct Perfume
Individual Types Revealed by Selections
Of Fashions, Hobbies, Literature, Music

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l/l/ed nain<- -=na>emen[J

Beauticians have devised a guide
for men who desire to give per-
fume for Christmas but aren't
quite sure what to pick.
If one is buying for a woman
who likes to walk in the rain, lis-
ten to Debussy records in front of
a fire, read poetry and see French
art films, a romantic jasmine
scented perfume is a good choice
for her.
A witty well-traveled woman
appears on one's list. She likes
good food in little restaurants
which tourists are never able to
find, she applauds a Bartok sym-

phony and is acquainted with Pie
casso through -her art-minded
friends.
A blend with jasmine and:roses
from France mixed with spices
from Madagascar, Singapore and
Morocco is suggested.
English lavender is an appro-
priate gift for the 'outdoor Wo-
man.' She has short hair and a
yen for tweeds and cashmere
sweaters.
A cocktail party makes.her feel
like an intruder. She is much
more at home at a barbecue. A
compliment on her tennis game
is something she will treasure
more than a comment on her ap-
pearance.
A gay heady scent is perfect for
the woman who sparkles. She Is
one who is never tired or bored.
New beaux, first nights, latest
tunes and new fashions are her
hobbies.
WAA Noticesj
Ping Pong Tournament - "All
winners from houses and dormi-
tories should be turned in by noon
Thursday to be included in the
all-campus tournament which.be-
gins January 8," according to
Barbara Buschman, tournament
manager.
* * *
Rifle Club-The Thursday sec-
tion will not meet this week.

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Rapids room, League. Bring a
gift. Everyone welcome.
Hillelzapoppin: All scripts must
be deposited at the Hillel Office
in Lane Hall by Thurs., Dec. 21.
Graduate Political S c i e n c e
Round Table: 7:45 p.m., Rackham
Assembly Hall. A faculty-student
panel will discuss "The United
States and Latin America."
Ullr Ski Club: Meeting to dis-
cuss holiday ski trip. Movies.
Room 3-G, Union.
U. of M. Young Republican
Club. Business meeting, 7:30 p.-
m., Rm. 3B, Union.
Modern Dance Club: Meeting,
6:30-8:30 p.m., Dance Studio,
Barbour Gym.
Generation Literary Staff: Meet-
ing, 7 p.m., first floor, Student
Publications Bldg. New members
and contributions for deadline
welcome. Final selections tonight.
Coming Events
Canterbury Club: Thurs., Dec.
21, 7 a.m., Holy Communion fol-
lowed by Student Breakfast, 10:15
a.m., Holy Communion.
TIGHT BUDGET?
CHRISTMAS
PROBLEMS?
You'll be surprised at what
a couple of bucks will buy at
BALFOUR'S
1319 South University
PORTRAIT
Photography
FRAMES
for Photographs
/2zfmer &uc/io
208 Michigan Theater Bldg.
Ph. 2-2072

International Center Weekly Tea
for foreign students and Ameri-
can friends, 4:30-6 p.m., Thurs.,
Dec. 21.
All students deeply concerned
with finding a way to achieve
peace for our world are encourag-
ed to express their conviction by
coming to individual prayer any-
time Thursday noon, 11:30 to
1:30 at the League Chapel. It is
hoped that everyone, regardless of
religious belief will take part.
Sponsored by Student Religious
Association and Young Friends
Group (Quakers).

Holiday cheer was ushered in
at Stockwell Hall last week at the
dormitory's Christmas Reception.
With the forthcoming holiday
in mind the living room was de-
corated with boughs, candles, and
a large Christmas tree. Fruitcake,
Christmas cookies, and coffee
were served to those attending.
The guest list included the ad-
ministrative personnel on both the
student and faculty level. Each
resident also entertained one
guest of her choice.

The reception line included:
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sanders (Mrs.
Sanders is the house director of
Stockwell), Miss Yvonne Fossen-
kemper, assistant house director,
Miss June Hanson, Miss Nan Hol-
man, Miss Libby Rahm and Miss
Barbara Martin.
The list continues with Miss
Florence Morrow, Miss Marjorie
Fisher and Miss Dorothy Ras-
musen.

Stern-Ruderman
At a ceremony in Detroit re-
cently, the former Harriet Stern
became the bride of Milton Ru-
derman.
The bride is tie daughter of
Mrs. Julius Stern' and the late
Dr. Julius Stern of Marcellus. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Ruderman of De-
troit are the parents of the bride-
groom.
The new Mrs. Ruderman re-
ceived her A.B. in Sociology at the
University in June 1950.
Mr. Ruderman received his B.S.
from, Wayne University in 1948
and his M.S. in Engineering from
the University in June 1950.

They will reside in Los Angeles,
Calif.
Krauss-Bey
At a ceremony at Emanuel Lu-
theran Church in Lansing, on
Nov. 23, the former Marjorie
Krauss became the bride of Rich-
ard R. Bey.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold H. Krauss of Lans-
ing. She is a senior in the Literary
College.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. Fred H. Bey of Cleveland,
Ohio. He is a senior in the Engi-
neering College and is affiliated
with Theta Chi.

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