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THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y' - ,

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ORORITIS SHO
INGENUITY IN FALL'
USHINGFUNCTION
dew Motifs Feature Decorative
Schemes Carried Out
at Parties.
DIGNIFIED DINNERS HELD
abaret and Pirate Affairs Arel
Popular; Entertainment
Is Versatile.
By A. M. W., '34
Cleverness, originality, and inge-
Zuity characterize the rusling teas
nd dinners which are being and
nave been held at the sororities on
ampus during the week. Some of
he most unusual and beautiful
lecorating schemes have been car-
ied out and add immeasurably to
the attractiveness of the functions
at which hundreds of' guests have

Violation of Silent
Rule to Be Punished
"Strict observance of the sil-
Ience period between 10 o'clock
Saturday night and 5 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon will be ab-
solutely necessary in order to in-
sure that no unfair rushing has
taken place," stated Josephine
Timberlake, '32, president of
Pan-Hellenic association. "No
communication of any sort will
be permitted, and any violations
of this rule should be reported,
and they will be dealt with se-
verely. We are asking whole
hearted cooperation on the part
>f both the sororities and rushees,
and it is essential that all wo-
men realize the importance of
the matter."
Sororities may again hand in
two bidding lists, instead of the
one complete list, as had hereto-
fore been decided. The prelim-
inary list must be in by noon
Saturday, while the supplemen-
tart'y must be in no later than,
noon Sunday.,

WOMEN'S LEAGUE P]
FORSTUDENTS'
Finders Are No Longer Keepers Ii
Mccording to the Latest E
Reports.k
"Finders are no longer keepers" is
testified by the large number of ar-
ticles lost in the Women's League
building which are returned to their _
owners after being turned in at the
main desk.
Possessions ranging in value from
purses with considerable money in
them, diamond rings, bracelets, ana
necklaces to penny pencils are often
received by the main desk and in-
variably ar'e claimed by their own-
ers. Not more than twice a week are
claimants who are certain that they
lost their property in the building
unsuccessful in finding it.
Men Leave Hats.
Women seem to be especially care-
Oss in the matter of silk scarfs.
More than thirty were found during
last year. The winter season brings
any number 'of galoshes to the main
desk which are usually called for.
Men are inclined to leave more hats
than anything else.
Ignorance of where to locate
losses may account for the fact that
the Secretary's Office is forced to
give to the Salvation Army fifty per
cent of the property collected.
Glasses are sent to the Health Serv-
ice, and the bows are sold to needy
students or are given bo charity
patients at the hospital. Pledge,
sorority, and fraternity pins are re-

ROVES HAVEN
LOST POSSESSION
turned to the organizations whc
ever possible.
Possessions lost in any Univers
building should never be classed
losses until inquiry has been ma
by the owner at the Secretar
office. After a period of two wec
everything is taken there.

Helen Newberry Holds
Unique Treasure Hunt
Helen Newberry Residence en-
tertained its new students with a
treasure hunt which took place
last night. Arrangements were in
charge of Sarah A. Bloom, '33, and
the purpose of the affair was to
introduce the new residents to the
old ones.

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en entertained.
Cabaret Idea Popular.
One of the most popular schemes
the cabaret dinner plan. At one+
Ouse the guests were seated 'at
nall tables in the hall, and the
genus and programs were an-
uncedindFrench. Anotheresoror-
y used the sidewalk restaurant
ea at which artists sketched por-
aits of the guests. An imitation
r. was placec in the dining ,room.
Pirate dinners also seem to be
uite the thing. Models of ships
ith mirrors for water, and ship
mps were used at one house. An-
her group will use the ship-party
lea at one of its formal parties
ais week-end.
Musical Motive Used.
The musical motif was also used.
he rooms were decorated with all
)rts of notes, measures, and music
gns of various kinds. Still another
souse had a balloon dinner, at,
hich the color scheme was carried
ut in gold and silver. The same
rority gave a modernistic tea. At
his tea the guests were given a
hance to have their fortunes told.
Football Plays 'Part.
The coming football season fur-
ished an inspiration for another
inner. Pennants bearing the names
f various popular colleges in the
nited States decorated the dining
oom..,IIn he center of, the table
'as a-mniature footballOleld with
ae two teams ready for play. And
t a still more unusual dinner, the
amous subject of cartoons, Mickey
Mouse, found himself the honor
uest. The three most attractive
arties at one house were a Chinese
inner, a barnyard party, and an.

CLASSES IN RIDING
TO FREISHMEfN
Upperclassmen May Also Enroll
No Physical Education Credit
to Be Given.

... And isn't it worth while to have it express your individual personality? Peg-
haps you're studying psychology and are in the know about the influences of en-
voirnment ... or perhaps you just trust to your own good judgment and natural
impulses. In either case, you'll find at Goodyear's ... yes, and all assembled for
your special benefit ... the materials for creating that harmonious background
that expresses your very own personality.

At the request of freshman and4
upperclass women who wish to
learn to ride horseback, a class will
be formed under the auspices of the
Woman's Athletic association. No
credit will be given.
Instruction will be given by some-
one of the' physical education de-
partment along with someone from
Guy L. Mullison's stables. All wo-
.men who are interested are asked
to report down tothePalmer Field
House, Monday, October 5, 'at 4
o'clock.or get in touch with Eliza-
beth Cooper, '34 Ed, who is in charge
of the arrangements at 3318.
All second semester sophomores
or upperclassmen who signed up to
elect horseback riding for physical
education credit are to meet today
at Barbour gymnasium to decide1
the hours when classes will be held.'
All classes will be held at the
stables at the fair grounds. There
is a rind; for beginners as well as
hurdles for the more advanced. The
stables are easily reached from the,
campus by taking the bus that runs
on Washtenaw Avenue and North
University.
Many a man has been made by
his enemies and unmade by his
friends.-Detroit News.

HYGIENE COURSE
TO START SOON
Drs. Bell and Schultz to Deliver
Health Lectures for
Freshmen.
All freshmen women are required
to attend the six hygiene lectures
which will be given every Monday
at 4 o'clock starting Monday, Octo-
ber 5, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
All new entering upperclassmen
and also all other upperclassmen
who have not completed their re-
quirements are to report on Tues-
days at 4 o'clock atthe same place.
The first lecture. will be October 6.
There will be only six lectures
this year and it is compulsory that
the women attend all lectures to
complete the course. Dr. Margaret
Bell, director of physical educa-
I tion for women, and physician to
the health service; and Dr. Helene
Schutz, physician to the health
service, will conduct the lectures.
American Paintings
Shown in Exhibition
An exhibition of contemporary
American paintings and prints is
on view this week in Alumni Mem-
orial #all. This collection was as-
sembled by the College Art asso-
ciation in connection with, the fine
arts department of 'the University.

... there are LAMPS junior and bridge with parchment shades for $5.95,
and cunning BOUDOIR LAMPS for as little as $1.95.

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. .. there are LINENS of every variety, scarves for your dressing table and finger towels for your guests. Gay
luncheon sets for a "spread" and covers for your card tables. If you come in this week you'll find a special
group of linens that have been reduced 1-3 for clearance. . . because there are only a few pieces of each kind left.
.. . there are waste baskets with Conventkma1. or floral decorations for
only 59c. There are other styles at $1.
.. .there are PILLOWS for only 59c... all colors in cretone and glazed
chintz. Kapok insides make them really soft, too.
. . .there are BLANKETS, all wool ones in lovely colors for $3.95 . . . a
mere nothing in exchange for true nocturnal comfort. And there are
Beacon part wool blankets in plaid for $2.50, in case you're ALMOST
warm enough.

... there are SHEETS and PILLOWS CASES to fit your single
the sheets are 75c and the pillow cases 25c . . . Goodyear's first
quality, at that!

beds,
rate

international party.
Old-Fashioned Party Held.
In contrast to the o r d in a r y
schemes for functions, one sorority
has maintained the dignified feel-
ing usually connected with a dinner
party. Somewhat the same atmos-
phere was created at an old-fash-
ioned affair by means of the dainty
flowers which decorated the rooms.
The Ann Arbor Fair was the source
of inspiration for one dinner. Signs
to advertise the fair were placed
about the rooms, farm products
filled the ,tables, candles in apples
furnished the lights. Premium tags
were utilized for placecards. The
guests were entertained by skits
from the Junior girls play.
Contracts for 55 road and bridge
projects, to costs $3,612,258, have
been let by the Louisiana highway
commission.

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... there are cot sized KENTUCKY COVERLETS in light and dark
patterns for $3.95. The chime in' with the Early American and are grand
because they don't show soil easily.

TO ALL COEDS

a free manicure with every shampoo and
wave until october 11.

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Phone 7561

1115 South University

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... or perhaps you're planning a da y-bed cover of the same material as
your DRAPERIES. Well, here are . . . perkey prints, stern simplicity,
grandeur, 4nything your heart desir es. Oh yes'. . . Goodyear's will do
all the work on those draperies for you too . . . even come out and meas-
ure and hang them . . . and the cost is very little.

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We take the place of
that littl e shop at
home for so many U.
of M. women. Come
in and let bis serve

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. .. there are little RUGS, and big rugs. Those striking Numdahs come
in white, green, red, yellow, and black and are priced from $3.45 up.
There are rag rugs too, in a variety of shapes and sizes in case your going
early American in your decoration scheme. Both kinds launder beauti-
fully.

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you.

THE LAURA BELLE
SHOP
STATE AT LIBERTY
Gloves, Hose, Purses

... there are COOKIE JARS in sets ... a big one for supply and a little one to keep on the desk during the
munching hours. They cost only 79c.
0 " . .. and it goes without saying that you won't try to liv4 without one of
these sets of GARMENT BAGS, ($1.95), SHOE BAGS, ($1), and
LAUNDRY BAGS (75c). They're such'a help in getting off to 8 o'clocks
and keeping life in one room neatly organized.
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Corsages
for
i Sorority Pledging
Artistically designed
i by
i Unuprsi V Flower

. . Then to top off the whole effect ... just glance at the LOUNGING
PAJAMAS of bright colored courdorey with the smart large buttons
that are to be had for $7,95, and the MULES with heel straps for
$3.50.

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