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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 195$

'I'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESD4Y, DECEMBER 12, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 'JVI

HIGHER EDUCATION AIMS:** "
Union's 'Little Club' Will Feature
Russell Lynes Emphasizes Dinih F
.. __ . Diminished Fifths Band Friday

HOLIDAY FAVORS-Margaret
Marian Ellias prepare favors fo
Hospital as a project of Theta S

Journalism
Give Favor.
Members of Theta Sigma Phi, a
! professional honorary society for
women in journalism, made holi-
day favors and table centerpieces
for teenagers at the Ypsilanti
State Hospital.
Petitioning Open
For A-Ball Posts
A-Ball petitioning and commit-
tee reports were among the items
on the agenda at Monday's meet-
ing of the Assembly Dormitory
Council.
Petitioning for the positions of
committee chairmen of the an-
t nual A-Ball will remain open
through Monday.
Positions which are available
are those of general chairman,
who coordinates the subordinate
committees and the heads of the
publicity, finance and band tick-
ets, decorations and programs and
patrons committees.,
Petitions may be obtained from
the bulletin board of the Under-
grad Office of the League. At the
same time, one may sign up for
interviews which will be held from
Tuesday to Thursday of next week.
Due to the increased enrollment
expected next fall at the Univer-
sity, a committee is being set up
by Assembly to study the housing
problem.
Women who are interested in
working on such a committee
should sign= up on the bulletin
board in the League Undergrad
Office for an interview.

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Need for Talented Leaders
a By LEBA CU TLER
erdB Ctime out from dancing may talk vide a service for both affiliated,
At the 10th annual Conference Students who are not 21 have with their friends at the tables and independent students.
on Higher Education held last their bases and uncomfortably the chance to enjoy all the ad- surrounding the room or may visit In previous years, admission was
month, Russell Lynes, managing pointed at their tops. However.the' vantages of a night club atmos the Club's refreshment bar. $1 until 10:30 p.m. and 74 cents
editor of Harper's, discussed the talented man does not fit on the phere Friday night at the Union's Casual dress is the acceptable
~r ~~role of the college in the effective pe Frhddynightttrthehnson'ime.uaHdresvesrththccspayler
rloftecleeithefe tiv atp of the pyramid. Little Club, attire for the evening and couples a~l
development of superior talent, p eyr i-LtteCu.aiefr the evnn n ope h ance is open free of charge.
deeomnIfsueirtln. According to Lynes, we can en- A four piece combo, "The Di- may drop in for an evening oftn
One main theme pointed outFomrylctdithNrh
that our pree vitalized oen courage talent in three ways. First minished Fifths," will provide the dancing or for a little while before Formerly located in the North
that our present vitalized concernust dancing music. and after the sho. Lounge of the Union, the Little
for the superior student is less for we must pay the same respect to-
talent than it is for our skins. creative talent that we pay to ad- Candlelight Atmosphere Origin of Club Club is now held In the Union
Lynes stated, "We are frightened ministrative talent. Secondly, we To further the "nightspot at- Little Club, sponsored by the snack bar.
because we hear or read day after must create a climate in which se- mosphere," red and white check- Association of Independent Men, Red Johnson will provide the
day that the Russians are putting I curity is not the ultimate goal of ered tablecloths adorn each can- was first opened in 1950 as a part music for the next Little Club Fri-
tremendous emphasis on the de- human endeavor. Lastly, we must dlelit table. Those wishing to take of AIM's social program to pro- I day night, Jan. 11.
velopment of scientists and engi- be willing to accept the fact that .-------- - ---
neers and that they are richly re- ultimate good as the many see it k s"Sa55a^ ESMk 5kM k35&MM
warding the successful ones with is rarely identical with the ulti-
wealth and status." mate good as the talented man
PDalny-Stephanie Roume l Lynes continued by saying that sees it.
Patterson, Wendy Warbasse and in spite ,of the money we are will-
r teenagers at the Ypsilanti State ing to spend to entice yoing peo-
igma Phi. ple into such careers, we seem A N tces
unable to get a sufficient number W AA Y
of them to give us any sense of
S U en s n"tion"l comfort and securt. ,3
Motivation of Talent Winter tournaments, sponsored STUNNING BLOUSES
Furthermore, he declared. "It's by the Women's Athletic Associa- for the comin festivities
Vtoo bad that our new concern for tion are continuing a busy sched- olJrseinlnfshiieesDco
taenosoudbemoivte:y ea ue
s o YoUths W=o== =ersys nylon'seers -acro
for what we may lose rather than At 7:10 p.m. tonight the singles or Orlon blends, silks, cottons .
conviction for what we might cre- and doubles games of the badmin- all in a range of perky Christmas ON FOREST
ton tournament will be played. colors to enhance any wardrobe! See
Over 60 teenagers attended a te rd to Lynes. most of our They are also scheduled for 7:45 or e en eoff South U. and at
AccordingtoLnsmotfou our wide selection of styles and ~ofSuhU n
party given at 1 p.m. yesterday at talented men are specialists today, p.m. tonight. . sizes . . . they're sure to delight the .111lSouth U.
the Hospital, where they received who are directed by administra- At 7:10 p.m. tonight the Wo- most fastidious woman.
the favors. tors. Therefore, "the man with men's basketball tournament will
the talent for men is more highly be under way when coeds from The COTTONS from $2.95
Styrafoam balls, decorated with respected than the man with the Zeta Tau Alpha will meet Newber- Others from $5.95
colored sequins, stars, glitter and talent for creation." ry II and Couzens II will play Ty-
bright bows, were prepared by the ler II.
members. Social Pyramids Men and women fencers with WELL-TIMED BEAUTY
Another project of the Univer- Lynes described how our society more than one year of experience $3.95
is a series of free standing pyra- will meet from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m.
sity chapter of the honorary is mids, which are very broad at tonight at the W.A.B. Just the thing to wear thrsugh the
sponsoring a matrix table dinner holiday season and after - this
bright new beauty by MAC-
A prominent woman who is cur- .SHORE. In fine combed cotton
rently active in a journalism ca- j{broadcloth wth a delicate frosting
reer usually speaks after the din- of white embroider, precisely neat
ris the advisor r2Itucked front. White, pink ...Sizes
MainM4nl i h dio 30 to 38.
for the group. fh3t 8
There are now apprxoimatelyhat o ivS cl e o
10,000 alumnae and 81 college and Special Sale group
alumnire chapters of Theta Sigma COTTON BLOUSES at $1.98
Phi throughout the country. Wo-
men from the fields of newspa- Better blouses $3.98 and $5
pers, radio, film studios, publicity, Originally were $5.95 to 10.95 MACSHORE CLASSCS
advertising, magazines and tele- eAOgnal re$95t$19
vision are found in the group.T Perfect Gf
9%%$22% E ANs as i200ss e NN9% E M NNe y' ~~
COEDS:-*y S
COSTUME JEWELRY LIGHTERS-Y
Our stying
JEWEL BOXES CUFF LINKS 5.
-haircutting is WATCHES PEN & PENCIL SETS
flattering- PEARLSI.D. BRACELETS
Holiday Creations!! PEARLS
The Bascola Barbers -AL6r .r
Near Michigan Theatre 715 N. University - near Hill Aud. T.4.,
f(4" " f * -W (S" 1 pY
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This is Pat
/.Y In a collectors corner.
She knows that an investment in a Dalton
matching cashmere sweater and skirt
is as sound as an investment in antique china.
BE ECONOM ICAL! !As illustrated, in champagne, Tahiti red or black.
Sweater 32.95 . . . Skirt 19.95
Buyyour Ensian for $1 Down Other matching cashmere sweaters from 18.95
TONIGHT IS MEN'S NIGHT
PEE r ycCome in and see this and many other dream-come-true
PRICE RISE Friday, Dec. 14 presents to make YOU her extra special guy.
A4iIim AI Just Show Your I.D. and Charge It at

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Join the happy throng at
HILTON-
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HOTELS
Special Student Rates
Enjoy Big Name Bands
NEW YORKCITY:
The Statler
The Waldorf-Astoria
The Plaza
WASHINGTON, D. C.:
The Statler
BUFFALO:
The Statler

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