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IFC T o Sponsor Christmas Party for 41000 Children

Amid all the excitement that
precedes the holiday season, sev-
eral camptus groups are planning
parties and a'tivities which they
hope will make Christmas a little
happier for some of the younger
Ann Arbor citizens.
The Christmas party for the
Ann Arbor school children spon-
sored be the Inter-Fraternity
Council has become an annual
tradition. This year the council
plans to carry out the project
somewhat differently than In f or-
mer years.
All Ann Arbor school children,
,kindergarten through sixth grade,
will be Invited to meet at 1 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 13 at Hill Audi-
torium. The children, some 4,000
in all, will be divided into small-
er groups.
Each group will be met by rep-
resentatives of one of the campus
fraternities and escorted to that
fraternity house.
At the houses informal enter-
tainment will be provided for the
children. Some houses plan to ask
sororities to help them. It is up to
each house to decide just what
they wish to do.
Plans for this part of the aft-
ernoon are entirely in the hands
of the individual fraternities.

The men plan to decorate their
houses with the traditional Christ-
mas green and red. They'll use
lighted trees, bells, wreaths and
all the other objects characteris-
tic of the holiday season.
Some of the houses have
planned carol singing and games.
Others will entertain the children
with stories and skits.
Refreshments In the form of
cookies, candy and ice cream will
be served to the youngsters. Lit-
tle favors or gifts are being
planned by some houses.
About 2:30 p.m. the children will
go back to Hill Auditorium for a


program put on by the I.F.C.
As in former years, a magician
will be on hand to entertain with
feats of magic. This part of the
program is always a favorite with
the children.
Carols and other Christmas f a-
vorites will be played by a band.
The children will join in singing.
The grand finale of the after-'
noon, of course, will be the ap-
pearance of Mr. Christmas him-
self, Santa Claus. Amid wild
cheering St. Nick will remind the
children that "you'd better be
good, 'cause Santa Claus is com-
ing to town,"

This year's party will be over at
about 4: 30 p.m.
The first I.F.C. Christmas party
was held in 1930, and the proj-
e.ct has been continued every year
'Last year the children were en..-
tertained with a program in Eill
auditorium. They did not go to the
individual houses. The house presi-
dents voted this Fall to try the new
Grant Harris, social chairman of
I.F.C. and Hank Krao omt-
teeman, are in charg of arrane-

WAA Board To Entertain 25 Youngsters;-
J uni or Panhnel To Ma ke Git Stocking s

WAA . . . A Christmas party is
also being planned by the 25 mem-
bers of the WAA Board. This is the
first year the group, has taken on
a project like this.
25 youngsters, suggested by the
staff of the Dunbar Community
Center, will be invited to attend
the party Tuesday, Dec. 9 from 4
to 6 p.m. '
Games, singlng, and refresh-
ments - cookies and candy -~ will

Junior Panhel . . . Junior Panhel ings out of bright red flannel and
also has decieded to fill 200 Christ- sewing them up with red yarn.
mias stockings for needy children The finished stockings will be
as this year's pledge project. filled with wrapped candy-
Fall rushing this year has giv- Representatives of Junior Pan-
en the pledges an opportunity to hel will take the filled stockings
work their project around the hol- to the Dunbar Community Center
iday theme, for distribution.
From 9 a.m. to noon Sat., Dec. Early this month the Kappa Al-
13, pledges from all sororities on pha Theta sorority and Sigma Al-
campus will gather in the Rumpus pha Epsilon fraternity will com-
Room of the League. The morn- bine their resources to entertain
ing will be spent in cutting stock- about 50 youngsters.

ment forthe arty

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