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TULO-DAY, ;SETTIETMUER 30, lUAl-

.T.. .M. .I.A. D A.L.'

ACTIVITIES START IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE; DIRECTORS PLAN
MEETING TO CONCLUDE WORK OF WEEK

House Organization Will Begi n
This Week With Albertina
Maslen at Head.
CANDY BOOTH IS OPEN
Board of Directors of Women's =
League Will HoldFirst
Meeting Saturday.
Each of the several departments.
of the Women's League organiza-
tion have either begun to function
or are scheduled to do so early this
week.I
The house organizations commit-
tee under the chairmanship of Al-
bertina Maslen, '31, will begin the
work on league house organization
this week. Officers will be elected
for each house and reports will be
miade as to the conditions of the I'
respective houses. Of the 70 league
houses in existence last year, only .
about 35- are now listed, owing to Eleanor Cooke, '31.
the great number of women the president of the Women's League,I
Mosher-Jordan Halls can accom- who is starting the year's activitiesi
modate. of that organization with the fall
The world fellowship committee, semester.
of which Janet Michel, '31,-is-chair-'
man has already sponsored several S
informal gatherings of foreign held Saturday night under the
students to aid them in making direction of the house committee.
acquaintances on the campus. . Music was furnished to more than
The candy booth -n University 150 couples by Bob Carson and his
hall was opened yesterday. However orchestra.
there has been an urgent request'..
sent out by Erdine Griffith, '33, for ,.Announcement of a threefold
more women to sell at the booth. program in parental education to
Any women who would like to help be conducted by the University Ex-
with this work, for whigh campus tension bureau was made today by
points are given, is asked to com- Dr. C. A. Fisher of the Extension
municate with Miss Griffith, tele- division. This program is to bel
phone 22591. carried on by means. of local lee-
A fashion show to be given early tures, radio programs; and a Par-
this fall is planned by the under- ental Education institute.
graduate campaign committee, but
no definite arrangements have as -
.yet been made. COLLEGEE
The first meeting of the board of C L
directors of the Women's League We.
will be held Saturday morning. SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE
The opening league dance was SHAMPOO AND MARCEL......
BUTLER UNIVERSITY - Under MANICURES..................
a new ruling, dancing for univer- FACIALS.................
sity women will be permitted from By Exper
ten until one o'clock on the eve- Open all Evenings
nings after night athletic events.

BAND RECEIVES'
NEW UNIFORMS
New uniforms, modern in every
detail, have already arrived for!
IMichigan's, revamped Varsity band,
it was announced by Robert A.
Campbell, treasurer of the Univers-
ity and sponsor of the band.
Enough uniforms were ordered last
June-to equip 100 players, he stated.
The new outfits are of the same
shade of blue as the present uni-
forms but are of a more radical
design. The trousers will be essen-
tially the same, but the coats will
be totally' different. Instead of the
choke collar which has been in
vogue ever ,since the band's incep-
t ion, 'the .modern ,cut-away collarI
will be used. Four patch pockets
are also a feature,: while a yellow
Sam frown belt further sets o ff
the navy blue..- On each shoulder '
are blue epaulets trimmed in yellow1
and on the right sleeve, yellow
"M's" are located near the shoulder.'
The officers caps now in use will]
be the same while capes will be]
worn only in cold weather..
The -band already has begun drill
practice under the tutelage of1
Lieut. R. R. Coursey, taking Capt,
H. B. Turner's place who directed
the drill last year. New formations
i and -original features are some of
the inovations planned for the foot-
ball season.
Jack Riley will lead the band -on
the field in- the capacity of drum
major, having been selected after
the tryouts last week. Nicholas Fal-
cone is director,
Two trips, one to Cambridge for
the Harvard game and one to
Columbus for the Ohio State. ga-me
are planned and it is expected that
the full 90 or 100 men will go.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY-Albert
0. Seeler, of Derry, N. H., who is
only fourteen, entered the univer-
sity this fall. He plays a trumpet,
and says that his principal worryl
is whether he will win a place in
the university band.
kLUTY Si4PPE
OfferI
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................... $.. . .$1.00
3R
50
.$ ......... - - - .1.00
t Operators
Phone 22813

[ T WOMEN INVITED
TO DO COSTUMING I
aMimestheatre,haslarnlIt s A n
opening has been made for women l
Exhibition Is Located in Alumni in tne x-of O the newer organ-
ex mora Hal Durin ai. The theatre has a large OXFORD easonJ
,costume room, well equipped with
hs eek.closeting space which is at the pres-
An exhibit of thirty-three exam- eot time bulging with clothes, ac - __
cording to Valentine B. Windt, head
ples of modern French painting is of the department.
being shown in the West gallery of -I am particularly anxious," said
Alumni Memorial Hall this week, Mr. Windt, "that costuming be an
under the auspices of Louis Haute- important factor in our work this Peacock Oxford
cour, director of the Luxemburg year. There will be openings for s
competent wardrobe, mistresses. ji
Museum; Francois Monod, director seastreses, designers, and r-ie
of national museums. and. Louis ticularly for women capable of re-
Reau, president of the' Society of fitting and remodeling the present
the History of French Art. costumes."
This exhibition includes works of Aside from the costumes takent'
such men as Gerard Cochet who over by Play Production as a part -
has exhibited paintings at thie Salon of the theatre equipment, there are z
des Tuileries, and Independent ,all the costumes which Play Pro-
Salons; Giorgio de Chi-ico, who is i duction has made and used before.
a leader of the new Surrealists: The materials are innumerable.
Pierre Vaillant; Picart Le Doux and, stated Mr. Windt, "and I hope to Black Suede Black Kid
Paul Charlemagne all of whom find a great deal of interest shown 1lde K
have works on exhibit at the great' by the women in their design and
European and American m useums. make-up." RepthTrimmed Kid
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WEST'WAY SADDLE STABLES
Fair Grounds (Out Jackson Ave.)
We are featuring this fall our West-Way Saddle Stables. You will find here a fine
place to ride-either on the grounds away from all traffic-or in our large in-door ring-
or you -may take a beautl'ul country road down to the river and Barton Hills.. (No
Pavement).
Take the Washtenaw Ave. or N. University Bus going down town-directly to the
grounds.
Our Ann St. Stables are open as usual. At both places you will find the finest
horses and equipment of any stables in the country.
Classes =and Private Instruction. We teach only the approved Show-Ring and Park
Riding Method.
MULLISON SADDLE STABLES
Fair Grounds and East Ann Street
Phone 7418

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There's a Waterman's for every taste and every purse. For
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ask to see Waterman's Patrician, or Lady Patricia. The Patri-
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The Lady Patricia is the pen women have wanted for
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three for the matching pencil.
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