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October 21, 1931 - Image 5

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phomore Cabaret Elections Will Be Held


Eighteen Women Nominated
for Nine Positions on
Central Committee.
Elections to Be Conducted by
Chairmen and Members of
Judiciary Council.

Eighteen sophomore women have
been nominated for the nine posi-
tions of the central committee 7f
the third annual Sophomore Cab-
aret, the elections being at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. These nam-
inations may be further supple-
mented from the floor, and only
eligible women may run for office.
Nominations Made.
The nominations are as follows;
general chairman, Grace Mayer
and Caroline Hyde; assistant chair-
man, Jane Fauver and Ann McIn-
tyre; chairman of finance, Char-
lotte Moss and Lydia Seymour;
chairman of publicity, Jeanette
1Wetwiler and Prudence Foster;
chairnian of entertainment, Marion
Giddings and Phyllis Swift; chair-
man of decorations, Mary Jean
White and Helen Clark; chairman
of costumes, Josephine Woodhams
and Josephine Talbott chairman of
waitresses, Margaret Cole and May
Seefried; chairman of food, Paul-
ine Brooke and Harriet Jennings.
The names were submitted by
Marion Giddings and Ruth Duhme,
sophomore representatives to the
League board of, directors, and
Phyllis Swift.
B. Braun is Chairman.
Barbara B r a u n, '33, general
chairman of last year's Cabaret,
and Katherine Ferrin, '32, chair-
man of the League Bazaar for this
year, will address the meeting. Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director,
incharge of the Cabaret, will also
. The election will be conducted by
the Judiciary council, of which
Sallie Ensminger, °32, is chairman.
Other members include Betty Lou-
den, '32, Jane Inch, '32, Mary Bar-
nett, '33, and Margaret Schermack,
Caucusing or campaigning of any
kind is strictly prohibited, accord-
ing to Miss Ensminger. Any viola-
tions of this rule will result in dis-
qualification of the house involved,
both from voting and holding of-
fice. .
Will be Held Dec. 4, 5.
This year the Cabaret, which will
be held Dec. 4 and 5, will take place
in the League building, instead of
in the Sarah Caswell Angell hall of
fBarbour gymasium, as in former
years. Proceeds from the affair will
be turned over to the Undergradu-
ate Campaign fund, which goes to-
ward fulfilling the undergraduate
pledge for the League building.
Tap Classes to Begin
This Weekrat Barbour
Beginners' and advance tap danc-
BIg classes will be held this semes-
ter for university students begin-
ning Thursday afternoon, Oct. 22
at 4 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium.
Miss Marie Hartwig, assistant in
the physical education department,
will be in charge of the beginners'
class which will be held in the big
gymnasium ,

W. A. A.
Latest Creations Combine Utility
and attractiveness.
We are all anxious to find ou
what Empress Eugenie wore for
this occasion or that one. Take um
brellas, for instance. Perhaps Eu
genie did not go out when it raine
due to the fact that she was ax
empress. But suppose she had to?
The umbrellas of that day wer
much smaller than ours of today-
more an added attraction to a cos
tume than a useful necessity. Bu
we don't mind the large, sensibl
size of ours today. And if we jus
add a little of the proper material
the empress herself couldn't hav
had .a more stunning umbrella.
Think of a velvet handled um
brella for your velvet ensemble o
an umbrella ont only with a velve
handle but one slipping into vel
vet sheath as well. As a 'Matter o
fact you don't have to merely thin:
of it anymore, you can have them
They are "Le Dernier Mot" from
Sororities may call for Pan-
hellenic banquet tickets any time
Thursday, and for the rest of the
week. They will be available at
the main desk of the League, in
the lobby.
New System Provides for Lowe
Staff Under Junior
League activity points will b
awarded to women working on th
lower staff of the Michiganensian
Sophomores and second semeste
freshmen who are interested in be
coming members of this staff, ar
asked to call at the office of th
'Ensian within the next week, be
tween the hours of 3 o'clock and
According to the new system be
ing used this year, members of th
lower staff will be assigned toa
junior editor under whose guid
apce they will work for the re
mainder of the year. At the end o
their second year of work, the mos
capable woman in each departmen
will be selected for a junior editor
Work on the 'Ensian is so diversi
fied that almost every woman ir
terested will be able to find some
thing to her liking. Included in th
various duties are typing, filin
page layout, pasting of senior- pan
els, proofreading, mounting pic
tures, editorial writing, and a
The office hours of the Junio
editors and Women's editor ar
from 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock. On Mon
day, Adele Ewing, activities; Tues
day, Carpl Savery, sororities; Wed
nesday, Aileen Clark, athletic
Thursday, Margaret Keal, feature
and Friday, Agnes Graham, W
men's Editor.
Tryouts should report at the o
fice to fill out cards in order to bI
assigned to a position on the Low
Staff under the mentorship of
Junior editor.


Beautician AdvisesIC
OHI U E O 0 TURE Care in PurchasingII1TO I C
r SPDDTS SgTII 9Y( "Before I began studying women's
beauty needs, I would have pooh- eta Phi Eta Chooses Pledges t
-_poohed the idea that lots of intelli- hs Result of Recent m
- Women to Receive Five Activity gent women don't know how to get Tryout PeriodT
Points If They Attend the most good from the cosmetics Zeta Phi Eta, national speech so-
Outdoor Trial, they buy," began Hildegards Fill- ety for women, concluded its ser-
e more in an article, "Your Beauty's ies of try-outs for new members
WILL LAST FOUR DAYS Worth," which criticizes the meth- by holding initiation and p'ledging s
- od with which women buy cosmet- services in the Alumni room of the y
e Manchester, Chairman of ics and appears in this month's is- Women's League last Sunday af-t
S ssue of the McCall's magazine. ternoon.
t Membership Campaign, to "We buy a cream," says Miss Fill- At that time four women were t
'e Appoint Members. more, "not because we know it regularly initiated into the organ- c
gI ought to be right for our particular ization. They were: Martha Ellen o
Formally beginnin their activi kind of skin, but because the lady Scott, '32, Helen Sailors, '32 Martha i
ties .e next door has it on her dressing Wheeler, '33, and Lucille Priest, '32. c
r tiies the Women's Athletic Associa- table. We buy a jar that takes our The group has chosen eighteen
t tion will bgin their membership fapcy, or a bottle that glitters, or new pledges as the result of the h
- drive today and will last until Sat- a compact because of a cute design try-outs. The pledging service was p
f urday, Oct. 24 with the first of the on- the top." held for the following women: m
k outdoor parties. Miss Fillmore believes that wo- Eleanor Graham, '35, Elva Pascoe, t
i This outdoor trail which will be men should not trust to the knowl- '32, Virginia Frink, '35, Harriet w
n the grand finale of the week will edge that the salesgirl may have Olecksinch, '35, Mary Louise Els-
start at 2 o'clock from the Palmer as to the best cosmetics for their pass, '35, Mary Pray, '34, Lucy
Field house. The women who at- particular complexion. She says, Wadsworth, '33, Faith Ralph, '34,
tend this affair will receive five ac- "Even a dermatologist must know Virginia McComb, '33, Billie Grif-
tivity points and on the receipt of something of the case history of fiths, '35, Marjorie Clar, '35, Elea-
one dollar will become active mem- the complexion before he can pre- nor Dwinell, '33, Maribel Smith, '34,
bers of the W. A. A. scribe for it." Miss Fillmore sug- Dolly Robbins, '35, Marian Heck- E
Must Earn 5 Points. gests that women experiment with athorne, '35, Lois Benson; '32, Mary i
Every womsan enrolled in the different preparations before decid- Helen McIntosh, '33, and Lenore h
University becomes an inactive ing which acts best on the individ- Legendre, '33. %
member of th'e W. A. A. and may ual skin.A
enjoy the use of the equipment, "After all," concludes Miss Fill- NOTICEt
the field house, the gymnasium and more, "getting the most out of your Today is the last opportunity
the coaching supplied by the physi- beauty routine means knowing first matches of the tennis tour-
cal education department. A wo- what cosmetics really can do for women will have to play off the
man who has recorded 5 activity you. Counter lectures can't teach nament. The list of the oppo-
points and has paid the member- you nearly as much as personal ex- nents is posted in the Palmer
ship of one dollar will be consid- perience. Let's get our beauty's Field house and the winner's
ered an active member of the or- worth by having more faith in our name must be handed in today.
ganization. own cosmetic knowledge."
Freshmen on hockey teams may ----------
r join since at least 5 units are earn-
ed in every game in which they -College BeautyShoppe
participate. Women who have their
points and have not paid their fee We offer
will be able to do so from 2 o'clock
e to 6 o'clock any day this week in Shampoo and Marcel ........... .. $1.Q
.e the W. A. A. office which is in the Shampoo and Finger Wave $...... ..1.00
. front part of the undergraduate Manicure
office. Elect Officers. Open Every Evening 300 South State Street Phone 22___
'- Election of officers are held once
e a year in the spring and only ac-
.e tive members may vote. Active
members are also entitled to pur-
chase a darkable flannel jacket
5 which may be procured through
the organization. This jacket is ap-
- propriate for campus and sport
o wear, and class numeral, awards
a may be worn on the pocket.
- T Build Cabin.
- The present hope of the Women's Fasi n* fr
f Athletic Association is to makeyI
st their log cabin project successful. G
It So far $1000 has beefi earned to- Br ht.Ymun Things
- ward it. In order to earn more reihtg
there will be an ice carnival some-
- time in February.
- Susan Manchester, '32, who is
- chairman of the campaign has as
e her committee Elsie G. Feldman,
g, '33, Harriet Brondstetter, '34, Jean
- Berridge, '33, Caroline Hyde, '34,
- and Helen Manchester, '33.
rt _
Glee Club Will Hold
re Organization Meeting
- - - -
s- A meeting of the University Girls
- glee club will be held tonight in the
s; Committee room of the League
s, building. This will be an important
- meeting as the work of organiza-
tion will take place at that time.
f- There will also be a short rehearsal
e before the John McCormick con-
er cert. All old and new members are
a asked to attend.
All the brilliane on famous campuses will not
be displayed in the class room this Fall. With
a full palette of gay colors to choose from,

u Z every bright feminine will look lively in her most
u g ebecoming shade. And bright color is no longer
of your University career a sporting affair. The truly smart will wear
if you are able to type dashing colors for afternoon, in Sunday Night
yor w ntethme rocks and for the important "formals."
* L will be much fuller if you
- take them in shorthand.
Hundreds of Michigan
typewriting and short- Price Range
hand at Hamilton Busi-
ness College. Many have
used it to earn moneyon
the side or during vaca-
tionto. You will also find
it every valuable in your$15$4
career after graduation.r
Enter at any time day and evening

Womnen to Shoot at Distances
of 30 and 40 Yards.
Handicap scores for the archery
ournament which began last week
nust be handed in by Saturday.
'his will be the first round the
nal tournament starting next


the handicap women are to
72 arrows at a distance of 30
and also 72 arrows at a dis-
of 40 yards. They may shoot
off at any time when the

lasses meet which is at 10, 11, 2,
r 3 o'clock, or after 4 o'ciock. They
may receive instruction in the
Records of the scores are to be
handed in to the matron at the
Palmer Field house. Lydia Sey-
mour, '34, who is in charge asks
hat this be done early while the
weather is nice.
lichigan Dames Plan
for Party at Meeting
A meeting of the M i c h i g a n
Dames was held Oct. 20 at 8 o'clock
n the League building. A party for
husbands of' the members which
will be hel'd soon in the Women's
Athletic building was planned at
the short business meeting.

Begin Campaign for Membership Todc

Meeting to Be Held Saturday
3 o'Clock in Grand Rapids
Room of League.
"The New Spanish Republic a
its Probable Success" will be 1
subject discussed by Professor A
thur Aiton ofthe history depa
ment when he addresses the Am
ican Association of University W
men. This rmeeting will be held
3 o'clock Saturday in the Gra
Rapids room of the. League .bul
Women graduate students
cordially invited to become
quainted with the members of A
U. W. Since. the new bulletin w
regard to National or Associatio
memberships has just been
ceived, those women having twc
more years at any college or u
versity are asked to call Mrs. W
Bennett, phone 2-1278, chairman
membership committee to deli
eligibility. Prospective assoc
members are especially urged to
tend. Members are asked to send
bring in their dues to Ann Stee
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500,000 annually in the control
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