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ON WOMEN'S NEW
RESIDENCE HALLS'

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MOSHER-JORDAN HALLS OPEN IN TIME FOR ARRIVAL
OF ENTERING FRESHMEN AND TRANSFERRING STUDENTS

Mosher-Jordan Halls A
Capacity of , Students
This Year.

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G MES, TOURNEYS
Women's Athletic Association
-o Offer Individuai Prizes
.o Winners.

DEAN OF WOMEN
SENDSGREETING
I wish to welcome the newcomers
of September, 1930, and to wish;
you every success at the University

GIVE CHOICE

IN GAMESI

150 FRESHMEN REGISTER
Formal Opening and Dedication
Will be Held Later
in Fall.

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Mosher-Jordan Halls, named af-
ter two outstanding Deans of Wom-!
en of the University, Eliza M. Mo-
sher and Myra B. Jordan, yesterday
opened to admit its quota of the
incoming freshman and transfer-
ring women. It has already accept-
ed its capacity of 450 students and
has a waiting-list.
The location of the new dormi-
tory has the combined advantages
of and exceptionally good view and
of being only a six-minute's walk
from the campus. 'There are four
dining rooms on the first floor
which overlook the terrace above
Palmer Field, and opposite that, on
the Observatory Street side, the
building opens upon a sunken gar-f
den below the street level.
Style is Gothic.
The architecture of the building
is an adaptation of collegiate Goth-
ic, carried out in Colonial face brick
with trim of Indiana limestone. It
is, five stories high and is so plan-
ned that it forms two complete
wings, identical in arrangement.
The north unit is Mosher Hall and
the south unit is -Jordan Hall.,
On the second floor of the dor-
mitory,' in addition to student
rooms, are the living rooms and
formal drawing rooms, all beauti-
fully furnished. The formal draw-
ing rooms are several steps lower
than the entrance floor, so provid-
ing an unusual convenience, a mi-
niature stage which may be used
for dramatic purposes.
The third, fourth, and fifth floors
are given over to student rooms,
bath rooms, and sun rooms. There
are also sewing rooms and kitchen-
ettes with ironing equipment. The
student rooms, which are in the
main double rooms," are provided
with two wide, single beds, two
dressers with wall-hung mirrors, a
desk and chairs, two student lamps,
an easy chair, and neutral-colored
mohair curtains. The floors, are
covered with brown jasper linoleum.
Other .furnishings, such as large or
small rugs, pictures, and cushions
may be provided by the students.
Supervisors Appointed.
According to the last estimate,
there will be approximately 150,
freshmen, 80 sophomores, 100 jun-
iors, 70 seniors, and 35 graduates.
Twenty of the graduate students
will be resident Oriental women
who are attending the University as
Barbour scholars.
Miss Inez V. Bozarth was ap-
pointed social director of the Halls.
She will be assisted by Mrs. Mary
E. Buffington as adviser of Mosher
Hall, Miss Isabel Dudley, adviser in
Jordan Hall, and by Miss Lois Fail-
yer as assistant director and dieti-
cian.
A formal opening and dedication
of the dormitory will be held this
fall, although the date has not yet
been announced.M
VIENNA-If a 'scientist views thet
situation correctly, 60 per cent ofi
the women in Europe between the
ages of 20 and 30 are destined toE
remain unwed. He gave his opin-
ion to the international sexual re-.
form conference.

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FALL R US H PERIOD'
TO BEGINMONDAY.
Pan-Hellenic Defers . Rushing
Until After Week ofI
Orientation.

-o ADVISERS PLAN
FASHION PLATE SECRET STUNTS!
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The Women's Athletic Associa-
tion promises to start the new j
Michigan women off with a bang!!
Today it will offer the conven-
iences of Palmer Field house for
use in the athletic program planned1
for 4 o'clock this afternoon, in.
which all of the incoming-women
will participate.a
A choice of sports will be offered, 1
including, as possibilities, archery,
rif'ery, golf, tennis doubles, and
hockey. However for those who
are not acquainted with these
sports, there will be games which
can be quickly and easily learned.
Tomorrow and Thursday, tourna-
ments will be played off. The new
women will be divided into two
groups, one of which will play to-
morrow, and the other Thursday.
Archery and possible riflery will
afford the sports for competition
on those days, although there will
agai be games for the women who
do not care to sho6t.

of Michigan. The office of the Dean:
of Wol.en stands ready to do all it
can to serve you and to make your
experience at Michigan a success-
ful and happy one.
Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean of Women
The office of the Dean of Women
is located in Barbour gymnasium.
From this office a Michigan woman
may obtain a list of possible resi-
dences, a list of part-time positions,
assistance with financial difflcul-
ties, or any sort of helpful informa-
tion she wishes.
Girls interested in student loans I
may obtain information concerning
them at this office. These loans
are available for upperclassmen
with good scholastic standing.
NOTICE
All newcomers to the Untiver-
sity and upperclassmen who 1
have not completed their gym-
nasiumi requirements will report
for medical examinations during
Orientation Week in Barbour r
gym, at the time of classifica-
tion. Anyone who then wishes I
to apply for deferred work in
gym may do so after this week.

MRS. HEATH TO

ADVISEj

In accordance with a request
made by Miss Alice C. Lloyd, Dean
of Women, rushing will not begin
until Orientation Week is over.1
The Pan-Hellenic association has
set the opening date for the
fall rushing period on Monday,
Sept. 29, and it will extend until
Friday, Oct. 10. The dates given
for this in the Handbook are in-
correct and may be disregarded.
For the benefit of the freshman
women, Mrs. Harvey Emory, of
Highland Road will be prepared at
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By Pansy
The wide-spread use of pressed
faile for coats and pressed velvet
in suits and frocks is predicted for
the late fall. The importation of
faille from abroad has increased
considerably.
Coats are being shown in black
faille with a pressed pattern of a
vague leaf design. The silhouette
clings to the figure at the waistline
and hips and has a slight flare at
the lower edge. Silver fox pelt is
used for the sleeve and collar. In
one model two skins are used for
the collar, and cross in front. An-
other variation is a band of fur1
at the elbows above tightly-fitting
sleeves.
Circular flounces giving a spiralj
effect are th6 most recent develop-
ment in the search for flowing ef-
fects in the longer skirt.

Much secrecy is being employed
in regard to the entertainment
which will be given by the Orienta-
tion Week advisers at 1 o'clock
Friday night following the formal
reception held in the League ball-j
room.
All that is known about this en-
tertainment is that it will be some-j
thing very amusing and will be pre-
sented in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theater in the League building.
Jane Yearnd, '31, is in ch'arge of
arrangements.
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any time during the rusli period.
to answer questions regarding .
sororities at Michigan. Miss Lloyd ._"
will also be glad to give any in-fth i . M
formation on this subject. Mrs. g ...
Harvey Emery, alumna adviser of"
Pan-Hellenic, will be unable to
contribute her services to the fresh-1= NOW THAT'
men this year.
The Pan-Hellenic association is E
an inter-sorority organization, the
function of which is legislative, and
it is their responsibility to regulate
all matters of sorority interest and
to co-operate with the University0
authorities and other University te{med I -
organizations in matters of general as h
interest. -summer yoeeled cur
Careful consideration before ac- 'awrdrobe ?. Confess-its
cepting a bid has been repeatedly 2 radhe rrin'a'rueful state js
urged upon the freshmen women -it}not ? 3 time 1o buy somenew
during Freshman Week. A copy -o is..
of the rushing rules will be given C s i trodAlof C
to each new-comer, bearing this 7he Collins JoJOe,
same injunction and also the re-
minder that "the final goal of the -3has foreseen by baslenin -
Michigan girl is the same for non-I =e^-
sorority and sorority undergirad-i kW}auiI{ut new faLswa
uates. All are working toward that :e
which is noblest and finest in
American womanhood."
A box will be placed in Univer- -
sity Hall from 8 to 12 o'clock Sat-
urday, Oct. 11, in which the wo-
men may place the preference E. L IB-E R.TY AT MAYNA-
slips. t=Xc/us .1ess withod Xtry
THREE PENCIL PORTRAITS U l 111!!1111111111111111111lIIit H 11tilllllll
IDENTIFIED AS POE WORKS
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. - Three
small pencil portraits, recently
brought to this country by a collec-
tor, today were identified as gen---
uine works of Edgar Allan Poe.
Dr. Thomas O. Mabbott, a Poe
authority and a member of the ad-
visory board for the Poe Shrine at # E 11) U IRA ,
Richmond, Va., said the drawings -
.were of great historical importance. I
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Every Question About

Smart College Clothes
The burden of selection Lies with you, but Goodyear's takes
every other burden off your shoulders. No need to go trot-
ting around . . . Goodyear's has everything. No need
to spend more than you'd planned . . . Goodyear's prices fit
the average College Girl's purse. No need to worry whether
the styles are right, or the clothes will wear . . . Good-
year's didn't get its reputation for nothing!

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College Rooms
Goodyear's has had nearly forty years associa-
tion with smart young people and knows what
sort of chintz hangings and odd trinkets are the
vogue in this year's college rooms. Goodyear's
Interior Furnishing Store, 216 South Fourth
Avenue, has a complete collection of the smartest
things.

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Goodyear's
College Shop

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Will Open
On North University,

Soon
Right off she

FALL EXT

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Campus
All kinds of school apparel will be shown in this
new College Shop. Dresses, and all the acces-
sories for smart college girls. Every thing will
be fashion-right as well as value-right (Good-
year's will see to that) and everything will be
college-right.

MILLINERY

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Concurrently with the opening of
school we are featuring our Fall
Openings in Millinery. Here you
will find all that is smart for Fall
wear-both dress and soorts. Make
this distinctive store your shopping
headquarters.

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