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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1930

THE M i C. HI GAN DAILY

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LEAGUE SPONSORS FASHION SHOW
FOLLOWING INFORMAL TEA DANCE

DORA
CHOR
Mosher
Under
f Houcrk,

Late Winter Styles to Feature

For this reason, various houses

Revue; Students Will Act on the campus are giving the teas
as Models. this year, rather thanhaving them music co
as 1V~delsall planned by the social commit- a chorus
tee. A large house group composed novelty o
ALL WOMEN INVITED of the Felker, Bannasch, Gorman, ized. Th
and McEachron houses are spon- dan hall
Late winter fashions will be soring this afternoon's tea. Eileen! Mosher
shown in a revue which will be a Leater, '33, is general chairman.fthe
special feature of the informal tea The chor
given by the Women's League thislMichigan Dames Pbar tions, an
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.'
Dresses, coats and suits will be Talk on Chinese "figs cal schoo
modelled under the direction of the Arrange
committee from league house group Chinese rugs and how they are orchestra
No. 3, who are acting as hostesses made was the subject of the talk completed
for the tea. given by Mrs. H. G. Merrick at a not be
The group who are acting as meeting of the Michigan Dames re- chorus an
models includes Harriet Knight, cently. Mrs. Merrick who lived in aiment
'34, Frances Biddle Combe, '34, China illustrated her talk by dis-e
Helen Maynard, '33, Nancy Reed, playing several of the rugs which
'33, DellaUplidger, '32, Ruth Birds- she has in her shop. Pegas
eye, '33, Dorothea McConnell, '31, Mrs. Merrick's talk was preceded Sunda
Doris Condit. and Coula Sates. by a business meeting of the Mich-
The plan of featuring outside igan Dames in the League build- Pagasu
entertainment at League teas in a ing. second ri
new one; this group is the first morning
that has provided so elaborate a MANAGERS WILL MEET ground si
program. An orchestra for dancing - All those
will play throughout the afternoon, Intramural athletic managers to the fa
and bridge tables will be available will meet Monday afternoon at 4 call Ruth
for those who wish to play. Decor- o'clock in Barbour gymnasium to The me
ations will carry out a Thanksgiv- discuss the organization of a bask- for next
ing theme. etball tournament. If any man- poned to
All women students, faculty wo- agers cannot come they are asked because o
men and wives of faculty men are to send a substitute. day.
cordially invited to the tea. These
bi-monthly teas are in the nature
of open houses to the entire cam-
pue. It has been the special pur-
pose of the social committee this
year to increase the popularity of HR ec
these entertainments and to draw
a large attendance. Regular $1.35 Ch

MI T ORY FORMS
US OF EIGHT
Hall to Entertain at
Musical Tea.
the direction of Edna
'33SM1, chairman of the
mmitteeofrMosher Hail,
of eight women and a
rchestra have been organ-
e chorus serenaded Jor-
last Monday night.
aHall is giving a musical
lay, Nov. 23, at 4:30 P. M.
women in the dormitory.
us will sing several selec-
d a singer from the musi-
A will give a program.
ements for the novelty.
are not yet definitely
d. For this reason it will
n the program. Both the
nd the orchestra, however,
sed later for other enter-
's

CHU RCHIS TO HAV
BOOTHS-IN 8AZAAR
Baptist, Unitarian, and Episcopal
Groups Will Take Part
in League Event.
NAME BAZAAR WORKERS
Three churches will take part in
the annual League and Intramural
Bazaar to be held Dec. 5 and 6, in
Barbour gymnasium. These are the
same churches that have partici-
pated for many years, the Baptist,,
Unitarian, and Episcopal.
Mrs. D. M. Lichty is general chair-
man of the churches. The church
booths will carry the usual line of
handwork and of home made bak-
dri dnetA h. fir , n iith ht , hk n a n

'PLAN VOCATION WHILE IN SCHOOL,'
DR. BELL ADVISESCOLLEGE WOMEN
Many Women Are Unprepared that there was a deplorable lack
to Work in Business World, of women who were ready for the
States Authority. business or professional world. "I
-- think," she said, "That there is a
Dr. Margaret Bell who is in necessity for every college woman
Washington attending the "White to chose her work so that she can
House Conference on Child Health specialize in it while in school.
and Protection," recently stated "The last two or three decades
have witnessed a marked change of
ed Hermine Soukup, '31, general attitude in regard to the economic
chairman, of the League booths, status of women. Most parents
and there will be no marking down still expect their daughters to get
in the prices the last day of the married, but society is gradually
sale.! getting away from the idea that
Three more League committee all women will eventually get hus-
chairmen have selected their com- bands if they hang on. However,
mittees to assist in carrying out statistics show that only 60 per
the details of their work. Harriet cent of women actually do marry,
Adams, '32, treasurer, will be aided the other 40 per cent are complete-
by Peggy Wood, '31, Jane Yearnd, ly self-supporting," Dr. Bell stated.
'31, Judith Babcock, '31, and Par- "Therefore advice concerning the
ish Riker, '33. Margaret Fuller, '33, selection of a suitable vocation or
chairman of arrangements will be profession for a woman is not out
assisted by Jean Marrow, '33, An-Iof place.
nette 'Rudolnhi.'33. Evelyn Neilson . _ --- - -

CHAIRMAN SELECTS
CBARET(DANCERS
Entertainment to Include Both
Chorus and Specialty
Arrangements.
With the announcement of the
personnel of the choruses and spe-
cialty numbers of the Sophomore
Cabaret by Margaret Schermack,
chairman of the entertainment
committee, rehearsals have defin-
itely commenced.
Elizabeth Ladd, Vinselle Bart-
lett, Miriam Carver, Jean Bentley,
Jane Rayen, and Katherine Glaspie
comprise one chorus, while the
other is composed of Jean Wins-
low, Ella Hanson, Mae Stuart, Con-
stance Giefel, Laura Finley, and
Elizabeth Stein.

ea goods, ean enurun aving a
separate booth.
'us Club to Ride "The articles for sale in the
:y at Fair Ground church booths and in the League
booths will be marked as low in
s riding club will hold its price as possible at the first," stat-
de of the year Sunday "

'3,1 b7XU A ll1, , , y'2 V 1 1,
'33, LaVerne Neigel, '32, Jean
Champion, '33, and Audrey Bates,
'32.

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at 9 o'clock at the fair
table of Guy L. Mullison.
who want transportation
air grounds are asked to
Babbitt at 23225.
eeting which was planned
Thursday has been post-
the following Thursday
of the Thanksgiving holi-
lution

iffon

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Black, White and
Colored Hats
Tight fitting for your
coat, flared for your
dress.
"We Remodel"
Dana Richardson
IN THE ARCADE

Regular $1.25 Service
and other numbers now
$1
HOSIERY REPAIR SERVICE
35c for a stocking regardless of size of run
Laura Belle Shop
On State at East Liberty

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SPECIAL
"Friday"--"Saturday"
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Sensational
Offerings Continue
Through Fri. and Sat.

256 pairs

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("It's smart
to be thrifty"

SALE STARTED THURSDAY

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35 Coats
30 Coats

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you just know se wears threm
On the street, soaring across the continent
by plane, crowding the rail at the races,
applauding some popular play... wherever
she is you KNOW that the woman of
poise is wearing McCallumf's.
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Fur Coats $75.00
Dresses . $22.50
Dresses . . $14.50
Dresses . . $9.95
Hose . . $1.35

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