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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1953
TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pa rag:. A ssa
Men To Vie,
Greek Week Activities
Will Include Dinners,
IFC Songfest, Dance
With the deadline set at 5 p.m.
this afternodn, all fraternity men,
both actives and pledges, are be-r
ing issued a final invitation to
Coeds Urged To Enter
Unon's Photo Contest
I By JAN SMITH
With the Union Amateur Pho- prize-winning picture may be a
to Contest deadline set only two matter of luck as well as of tech-
weeks after Christmas vacation, nical knowledge, he added.
feminine shutterbugs as well as Women entering the contest
the men are being urged by the may also find the emotional as-
committee to get busy and take pect present in their pictures an
those prize-winning pictures. advantage. This factor is often
Realizing that since the contest ignored by the men who take
is Union soonsored. eds my pictures.
OH FOR THE GOOD OLD DAYS:
Fluctuation of Dollar Noted for Shoppers
By SUE GARFIELD
in 1943 and 75 cents in 1933 afterI Pat Goddard. 5'AIf a
In the hustle and bustle of
Christmas shopping and last-min-
ute bluebooks, few students take
the time to actually value the giftsj
they purchase or realize the mone-
tary worth of the common dollar.
A brief glance into the past dec-
ades of Christmas-time festivities
will show the surprising change of
the value of the dollar compared
with the rise of the worker's wages
and students' allowances.
* * *
the "big crash."
Coeds could also buy "bunny-
mere" sweaters for $3.95 and for-
mn ckirc t nq lnVlfrn n1
A CL -:j tV. as
amazed to hear of the sale of
men's dress shirts for 44 cents
mi~ai sxzii 1, LopsjJto101aslow As for social life on the Univer-
as $5.95 and $2.50 only 10 years sity campus,."life was really great"
ago. in the pre-flapper days. Students
The price set for men's haircuts were able to get a delicious steak
on campus really took a plunge! dinner at leading restaurants for
Now $1.25, "getting the ear's low- 60 cents and then a movie for 35
ered" was a matter of 75 cents in cents or one of the concerts at Hill
1943 and plunged to 35 cents in Auditorium for 50 cents, 85 cents
the early twenties. or $1.00 for the best seats.
U vtttVtt ~j/VtaVVl V .lr V "o AlIOLV
petition for chairmanship posi- think it is open especially for men, Centering the contest in a local
tions on Greek Week. the student services committee is area, Gallon stated, limits the
Posts open include the general issuing a special invitation to number of entries. This factor, too.
co-chairman for Greek Week, as women students. increases each individual picture's,
well as several committee chair- chance of winning a prize.;
men. Those positions available are ACCORDING to staffman in Prospective photographers dis-
publicity, booklet and keynote ad- charge, Mark Gallon, coeds should pairing the fact that December is;
dress as well as exchange dinners not hesitate to enter the contest a poor month for picture-taking
and Presidents' dinner, because they do not feel they know are urged by the committee to,
* * * enough about photography. A look through their collection ofy
ALSO OPEN are chairmanship previously-taken shots. A good but
positions on open house, presi- forgotten picture of some campus;
dents' retreat and bicycle race Assembly Project activity or scene may thus turn
Petition forms should be turn- Nets Canned Food
ed in at the IFC Offices in Rm. OPEN to the whole community, as
3C of the Union. Printed blanks For Needy People well as to University students, the
have been sent to all the fra- contest deadline is. a p.m., Janu-I
ternities. Approximately 3,000 cans of ary 15. Entries may be brought to
If enough of them have not been food were collected at the first the Union Student Offices between
distributed, the form may be cop- Tin Can Dinner according to rep- 3 and 5 p.m. the rest of this week,
Led or extra copies may be obtain- resentatives of the Assembly Dor- as well as during the two weeks
ed at the IFC offices. mitory Council and Assembly after vacation.
. * * Board. Contest rules require that all
SPONSORED jointly by the. More than half of the residents photos entered be in black and
Panhellenic Association and the in each residence house joined in white, 5 by 7 inches in size, un-
Interfraternity Council, this year's the project. mounted and each accompanied
Greek Week will be held from A portion of the accumulated by a separate entry blank. Each
Monday, May 2 through Saturday, cans will go to the Dunbar Center person may enter as many pic-
May 7. providing food for needy families tures as he wants to.
Occupying a full week for the in the Ann Arbor area. Judging will be done by six
first time last year, the time is Taken to Detroit by truck, the judges now being selected. First
devoted to a study of fraternity remainder will be sent to famine and second place winners in each
and sorority life n bth the stricken aitas of Greece through of the three contest divisions will
business and social level. welfare agencies and the Red be decided upon by a team com-
A Cross.posed of a representative of one of
y dn theomitte lstear "e Dee Messinger, president of As- the local merchants contributing
program is planned so that the sembly, anounced that because of prizes and a faculty member.
fraternity men and women may the enthusiastic response of the A qualified judge from a local
develop further an awareness of women on campus, the tin can camera corporation will award the
deelopmufualrhe andwareness dinner will become an annual grand prize, to be selected from
e mutual problems and obliga project. among all the entries..
tions with, other members of the___-
University and community. ---
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ALTHOUGH prices are raised in * * *
some cases and lowered in others WHEN LOOKING for Christmas
when the holiday season rolls gifts to satisfy the "Michigan
around, the general trend has been Man" of 1923, shoppers procured
inflation, depression and inflation handsome broadcloth shirts for
again since 1923. "$1.85 and $2.00, while they paid
Campus women would be as- only $3.75 for gabardine slacks,
tonished to find 60 gauge, 16 $5.00 for top-notch shoes andI
denier nose, now selling.for $1.95 j $35.00 for a lush overcoat. Ties
and $2.10, for as little as $1.15 were 89 cents and up.
By 1933, after the depression,
coeds could go dancing for 15 cents
on Friday and Saturday nights
after a scrumptious meal for only
40 cents. The Michigan League
featured 20 meals, which included
regular luncheons and dinners, for
$4.50 for temporary guests. Union
and League dances were 25 cents,
with 50 cents
BAG HER THANKS with a
beautiful handbag from our
gift array of polished calf bags
from 7.95 to 25.00.
Plastics and fabrics from 2.95.a
BILLFOLDS of plastic from 1.00
,tGLOVES just made to be gifted of fine .. . leather from 3.50.
cotton, nylon, suede, Dr wool jersey.
Fur- or wool-lined leather cloves from
5.00 . . . Plus wool mittens or gloves
You'll be glad you dd your
Christmas Shopping at
justoffS. U1111 South U.
on Forest near the Diag
Heap Big Style
at Papoose Price!
Cozy and snug as a tepee, soft-sole
Indian beaded moccasins with matching Bunny
fur collar . . . designed to pamper your feet
with comfort. Full sizes, 4 to 9.
COLORS: Red, white, powder blue.
MAST'S CAMPUS STORE 619 E. Liberty t
Please send me pairs of "Honeybugs" at $2.99 each.
COLOR SIZECOLOR SIZE
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OPENING the week's activities,
exchange dinners between fra-
ternities and sororities will be fol-
lowed by a keynote. address to be
presented in Rackham Auditorium..
Honoring Individuals w h o
have given distinguished service
to fraternity life, the Presidents'
Dinner, held on Tuesday, will al-
so feature the installation of new
Wednesday of Greek Week will
be taken up with a clinic for var-
ious fraternity officers, followed
by an open house in the IFC Of-
Both fraternity and sorority
presidents and various representa-
tives of faculty and student organ-
izations will spend Thursday after-
noon at the Fresh Air Camp at-
tending the Presidents' Retreat.
The weekend will feature the
annual IFC sing and IFC Ball. The
sing is traditionally held the even-
ing before the dance.
Cook Coeds Slate
Following a long standing tradi-
tion, the clear notes of a trumpet
will awaken the women of Mar-
that Cook at 6:30 a.m. tomorrow
for their annual Christmas break-
At 7 a.m. a procession of chor-
isters led by Jan Eckwall will go
through the halls carrying candles
and singing Christmas carols.
As the procession passes each
coed's door, she will light her can-
die and join them. Then the whole
procession will go through the Red
Room and Blue Rook and finally,
into the dining room where an
elaborate breakfast will be served.I
In keeping with the holiday
spirit, decorations will be tradi-
tional yule trimmings, and favors
will consist of pop corn balls and!
Jane Alexy is chairman of the
event and her assistants are Mary
La Due, Ruth Rautiola, Carol Mc-'
Kechnic and Priscilla De Forest.
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For Private Parties - Phone 9353 YP
HOURS: 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 A.M.
1322 Washtenaw on Highway 23
619 EAST LIBERTY
Phone NO 2-0266
121 SOUTH MAIN
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING FAST RESULTS
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A. Musical powder box in gold, gold with silver or
silver with gold. Your choice of favorite tunes. $5
B. Desk or telephone note pad by Artamount, bound
with gold-tooled leather; complete with pencil. $2
C. Beautiful sewing kit, fitted with sewing needs, coin
purse and mirror. Black brocaded with gold. 3.95
D. One or five year diary by Artamount, with gold-
tooled leather. Complete with lock and key. $3
E. Chrome bar accessories, all-in-one combinations for
the host or hostess on your Christmas list. $2 to 12.50
F. Satin and velvet lined jewel boxes of brocade or
leatherette, ranging in size from petite to large.
2.50 to $15
G. Leather-bound purse-size clothes brush kit by Arta-
mount, with zipper top of sewing and nail needs. $3
H. Gold-tooled leather bound bridge tally pad by
Artamount, with attached pencil and gold tooling. $3
I. Flip-it miniature album by Artamount, of gold tooled
leather. Your choice of titles and colors. $2
J. Leather, pigskin or morocco travel alarm clocks with
OPEIN HOUSE - The annualj
Christmas open house given by
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Yoder for
the Lutheran Student Associationt
will be held from 7:30 to 11:30
p.m. today at the Lutheran Stu-
dent Center on the corner of Hill
JR. PANHEL--There will be a
meeting of Junior Panhellenic at
4:30 p.m. today in the League..
The room number will be an-
SOPH CAB - Winner of the
long-playing record, first prize of
the guessing game, "Bats in the
Belfry," at the 1954 Sophomore
Cabare. was Jim Bower '56 Ph.
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luminous dials, in a
collection of smart styles.
8.95 to 22.50