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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1-6, 1956

'.HE MICHIGAN :DAILY

PAGE "IV

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1'~, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

'Dames' Lead Active Existence

By NANCY STAMM

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Once a Damce, always a Dame.
W With this slogan a group of
married women students and
wives of students and interns
joined in 1921 to form the Mich-
igan Dames.
Remarking on the Dames, Mrs.
Mary Sussman, president, said,
"This is a wonderful way to meet
a friend, which is very important
to a wife of any student. It pro-
vides a social and educational in-
terest for her while her husband
is busy with studies in the even-
ing."

'U' Groups
To Combine
For Caroling
Christmas will come to the
University campus a few days
early for some students when the
Union hokcfs its annual Union-
League party at 7:15 p.m. Wed- y$
nesday, in the Terrace Room of
the Union.
This party is for executive ,
councils, ,committee chairmen,
members of committees, and both
League and Union tryouts.
All students who work at either
the League or Union are invited
to this affair.
At Terrace Room OH
Workers from the League will
meet their counterparts from the
Union aththe Terrace Room. WhenSoror i t es
everyone has arrived. they willj
leave the Union and tour the A nnuaI C
campus singing Christmas carols. EIIiL I
After caroling, the guests willt
return to the Union where a! Sorority and fratern
holiday air will prevail. bers joined efforts yest
Refreshments will be served to bring some Christmas e
the guests. Christmas games will to Ann Arbor's younger
be played and carols will be sung. Traditional children's
Will Have Records di t vnrioum

WILKINSON'S
NOTES OF REM
-I~

Monday and Friday
M'til 8:30 P.M.{
EMBRANCE

260 Memebers
The club now has 260 active
members. Membership entitles a
Dame to attend regular monthly
meetings and to participate in
any of the group sponsored ac-
tivities.
Among the activities are clubs
for those interested in art, books,
bridge, child study, cooking, dance,
drama, glamour, handicraft, in-
terior decorating. swimming and
world afairs.
Serving as sponsors of the var-
ious activities of the Dames is an{
advisory board consisting of Uni-'
versity faculty members wives.
Permanent members of this board
are Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, Mrs.
Alexander Ruthven, Dr. Margaret
Bell and Miss Ethel McCormick.
Michidames Gazette
Keeping those interested in
journalism busy is the "Michi-
dames Gazette." This monthly
newspaper which offers free ad-
vertising, reports all the news con-
cerning the organization's activi-
ties, including members' new ba-
bies.
Highlighting this year's social
calendar was a tea given by Mrs.
' Harlan Hatcher at which the new
"Dames" met each other. The
organization also held an inform-
al Christmas dance at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building for their
husbands.
Other social events remaining
on their calendar include a style
show on March 12 in the Union
Ballroom. Clothing, furnished by
a local department store, will be
J-Hop Tickets
Dates for making J-Hop tic-
ket reservations will be ex-
tended to tomorrow. Reserva-
tions may be made from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the Administration
Building.

-Daily-John Hirtzei

TO BE YOUNG AGAIN!

-Daily-John Hirtzel
Working to make the "Michidames Gazette" deadline are Mrs.
Elaine Jardinico, Mrs. Carole Heiderer and Mrs. Carol Ohmann.

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Ste:
's

Fraternities Hold
)iildren's Parties
y memn-
were treated to refreshments and
rday to
holiday gifts and entertained
:itement with games.
set. In addition to holding the par-
parties ties, many Greek societies make
'aternity and buy gifts for Ann Arbor hos-
rship of pital patients, man Salvation Ar-

modeled by Dames trained by
Mrs. Donald Mattran.
Yearly elections of officers will
be held on April 9. At their tra-
ditional annual banquet May 14
at St. Andrews Episcopal Church
members whose husbands will'
graduate in June will present a
"Putting Husband Through School
Diploma."
New activities of this year in-
clude the undertaking of volun-
teer services. The Dames stuffed
and addressed envelopes for Mus-
cular Dystrophy Foundation.
Other projects include the spon-
soring of a Girl Scout group and
a booth at Michigras.

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i

For the first time in their Dancing to records will also be
history the Dames joined the a part of the entertainment.
Ann Arbor Adult Recreation pro- In charge of the Christmas
gram as a co-sponsor of the Ann pnrtyare oaureI rysdmas
Arbor Women Singers. Under the party are Maureen Isay and Fern
direction of Sally Monseur, the Frisby of the League and Walter
choral group practice for their Trittipo and erb Benet of the
appearance in concerts for the # Union.
Women Painters groups of th

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t

the Inter-Fraternity Council.
Sorority coeds aided at each
party.
The young guests, brought by
their parents for the afternoon,

my buckets and entertain at hos-
pitals.

wee end a the so1o
houses under the sponsor

Ann Arbor Art Association,.
Christmas caroling for the vete-
rans, and other events during the
year.

The Dames' pin is a wedding
ring pierced by an arrow. The
circular form of the ring signi-
fies mutual love and hearty af-
fection. The arrow is a symbol
of friendship.

Il

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