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E MICHIGAN DAILY

CAM"PUS

Tea to Open Episcopal
Student Year at Center

McAfee's

SOCIETY

TT "'AL

Program,
>nsored by
Uthietie Units

Plans Tea

Dormitories to Give Parties
To Honor Freshman Women

ecreational Program to
Be Offered at Palmer
Field House
As one of the traditional events of
e University's Orientation Week,
e Department of Physical Educa-
n for Women and the Women's
hletic Association will present an
hibition recreational program and
a this afternoon.
60 to Participate
In completing the arrangements
r th~e event, approximately 60 un-
rgraduate women have been active.
le guests will meet on the East
okey field with their advisers,
sere an exhibition hockey will be
ayed by players selected from last
ars interclass teams. It is to be
fereed by Hilda Burr, noted Eng-
h hockey player and coach. Plans
' the game have been under the
pervision of Catherine Rentschler,
W.A.A. inter-class hockey man-
er.

Entertainments to help the fresh-
man women get acquainted with
their new surroundings are being
planned by several of the dormitories
on campus for this week.
Mrs. Gerrit Diekema, director of
Betsy Barbour house, and Miss Kath-
leen Hamm, business manager, will
entertain members of the freshman
class at a buffet supper in the dining
room of the house Thursday night.
Friday night, the traditional Fresh-
man spread will be given. This event
has become known in Betsy Barbour
annals as the "pop corn and pyjama
party." Lucille Root,"34, social chair-'
man, will be in charge of the ar-
rangements.
Both Mosher and Jordan halls
held meetings of the freshman and
incoming women last night in the
living room of the dormitories. Elsie
Feldman, '33, president of Jordan
hall, presided at the meeting there,

and introduced the director, Miss
Isabel Dudley, and Dorothy Birdzell,
assistant director.
Georgianna Mott, '33, president of
Mosher hall was in charge of the
meeting there, and others present
were Miss Mary Buffington, director,
and Katherine Koch, assistant di-
-ector.
Helen Newberry Resident plans to
have some sort of entertainment for
the freshmen in the near future but
nothing definite is planned as yet.
Dale Bossert of Ames, Ia., senior in
Architectural engineering, has been
on the "all-90" scholarship list at
Iowa State college for 11 consecutive
quarters.
About 4,000 women are enrolled in
the Iowa Homemakers' Corn club,
which grew out of "corn talks" from
Iowa State University's radio station.

Dean Bursley To
Receive Freshmen
At Garden Party
One of the outstanding social
events of Orientation Week will be
the lawn party given by Dean Joseph
A. Bursley and Mrs. Bursley in hon-
or of the new students. The stu-
dents will be received on Thursday
and Friday afternoons from 3 until
6 o'clock in the gardens of the Burs-
ley home.
It is a traditional event for incom-
ing students and is the first time
that they meet socially on campus.
In case of rain, a tea will be given
in the ball room of the Union, where
there will be dancing.
Mrs. Bursley will be assisted by
Mrs. Alexander Grant Ruthven and
the wives of several members of the
faculty.

All Episcopal students in the Uni-
versity will be entertained at teas
at Harris Hall, Episcopal student
center, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday of this week, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Miss Mary
Cristy, student secretary of Harris
Hall.
All old and new students are urged
to attend these teas, Miss Cristy said.
Miss Cristy has taken the place re-
cently vacated by Miss Ellen Gam-
mack, who is to spend the year in
Europe.
Beginning the first Sunday in Oc-
tober the regular Sunday evening
suppers will be resumed with a spe-
cial speaker for each occasion. Rev.
Henry Lewis will be the speaker at
the first meeting Oct. 2, and Dr. Paul
M. Cuncannon of the political sci-
ence department will speak to the
group Oct. 9.

Helps Senators
In Final Drive
Bill McAfee, former Michigan
pitcher, has finally accomplished the
aim of all college baseball players.
After three unsuccessful trials with
major league ball clubs, McAfee was
suddenly drafted by the Washington
Senators a month ago, and has been
one of the leading factors in the last-
minute bid for second place that club
has made.
As a hurler for the Maize-and-
Blue nine in 1928 McAfee compiled
one of the most successful recoids
boasted by any Conference mounds-
man. After his graduation he was
signed by the Chicago Cubs and after
an unsuccessful attempt to win a
place with that team was sent to
the Boston Braves.

Rainwater Shampoo - Licensed Barber
FRENCH HAIR SHOP
Naturelle Croquignole and Gabrieleen Permanents
Tel. 2-2159, Evening Appointments 432 Maynard, next to Daily Bldg.

Jean Botsford, '33Ed, president of
the Women's Athletic Association,
who is in charge of the arrangements
for the sports program and tea which
will be given this afternoon on Pal-
mer Field, adjacent to the Field
house.
Union Smoker
For Freshmen
To Be Friday

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Wonder What a College
Freshman Thinks About ..

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°=e game win ue UIUWe b o y
iort exhibition of golf by Jane Cis-
:L, '34, who holds the women's golf
hampionship for the University, and
redericka Waldron, '35. It will be
>towed by an archery demonstra-
on by Annette Cummings, '33, Elis-
oeth Moore, '35, and Dorothy Van
iper, '35.
Tea to Be Sered
Other demonstrations will be held
i tennis with Doris Clarke, '35, and
elen Brenner, '33, participating,
adminton, by Hilda Kirby, '35, and
etty Talcott, '35, and riding by Ann
unbar, '35, Elizabeth Cooper,, '34,
nd Betty Lyons, '34
Following t h e recreational pro-
ram, a fashion show will be held on
ae lawn while tea is being served,
:ostesses for the affair include the
omen's physical education staff, the
I.A.A. board, and the participants
the program.,
ityle Show to
Feature Event
This Afternoon
Featuring the recreational program
onsored by the Woman's Aethletic
ssociation, a fashion show will be
eId at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
ie Palmer Field House.
The proper attire for each sport
ill be displayed by campus women,
rances Manchester, '34, and Ruth
urtz, '34Ed, will model the regula-
on gymnasium outfit. W h a t is
rart as well as practical for golfing
ill be shown by Betty Bosworth,
4. Betty Lyons, '35, and Irene
homas, '35, will wear riding togs
Id Constance Giefel, '33, will show
ow the correct tennis dress helps
e game.
Cora Shoecraft, '35, will model an
utfit for bowling and Alice Kinney,
5, Alice Goodenow, '34, and Kath-
mfe Anning, '35, will display out-
>or styles. A fencing outfit will be
own by Betty Aigler, '35. Virginia
uff, '35, and Marie Abbott, '35, will
odel swimming suits. A rifle outfit
11 be shown by Sarah Pierce, '35.
Mary Pray, '34, and Grace Mayer,
Ed, will model dancing costumes.
bat the Michigan woman should
er to campus will be shown by
ther Kunkle, '34. Ann Mitchell,
will display an archery outfit and
ida Kirby, '35, will show what is
rn for Badminton.
Billie Griffiths, '35, is in charge of
e affair, and she has s her assist-
t Betty Bosworth, '34. Margaret
artindale, '34SM, will announce the
imbers.
CHIC
BEAUTY SHOPPE
announcing
our reopening in new
spacious quarters,
in which we are pre-
pared to serve your
every need.
Shampoo and 75c
Finaerwave .. .

Prominent Faculty
Campus Leaders
Address Yearlings

anyd
Will

The first event on the social cal-
endar of the Michigan Union will be
the smoker for freshman men to be
held in the ballroom on Friday night
as the final event on the Orientation
week program.
Various campus leaders and prom-
inent faculty members will address
the yearlings at this time, and cider
and doughnuts will be served.
After the smoker, Matt Mann, var-
sity swimming coach, and the mem-
bers of the varsity swimming team
w i1 g i v e a n exhibition. Trips
throughout the Union will be con-
ducted by committeemen.
STODDARD
BEAUTY SHOP.,
217 S. State - Phone 2-1212
..Invites you to pay a visit,
and inspect their well equipped
shop for Permanent Wave
Methods-

e She wonders whether shei
going to like her room mate,
whether she will get a bid to
the junior prom, but most of
all whether she has packed the
right clothes in her trunks. We
could give her advice on all
three things ... We could tell
her the best way to please a
room mate and get a bid to
any prom is to start the year
off wtih an outfit from ot
shop. Here we have assembled
just the clothes that college
girls are wearing . . . at the
prices they want to pay.

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Pick your first Froc
r'from these fashion s-with-a-futnre
Get off to a good start. Treat your-
self to one of these stunning new
fall frocks and forget that there
was ever such a thing as depression
gloom. And take a minute off for q
little extra rejoicing . . . for the
price is much less than you'd have
9aid last year. They're irresistible
with their tricky new sleeves, saucy
capes,. Princess waistlines,. and
rough materials.
Campus Dresses
WOOLS-Monotone Wools, Feath-
er Fabrics, Wool Diagonal Weaves.

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biVstle Cir eulinte

College girls are in attendance to give advice
and to help you meake the right selections.
Eas L iry atapyr pe
East Liberty at Maynard

5.95

SILKS-Rough Crepes, Krinky Sat-
ins, Saga Crepes, Ranatique.. .
12.75, up
In the latest shades-Rhun Brown
Black. and Green.

- 29.75

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Prices Right for All Phases
of Beauty Culture

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FROSH!

Let's Get Acquainted
WE CATER TO THE PARTICULAR
NEEDS OF THE CAMPUS WOAEN

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SUITS and COATS
Victorian, too, are the new coats.
Wide shoulders, accented by up-
standing collars, capelets and
wide sleeves give them a decid-
edly individual air. You'll love
them!

*V16 UP

Rough, nubby tweeds in Swagger
Coats and four-piece suits. Black

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Bright, New, Peppy Frocks and Coats come
every day from the Big Town ... Our popular
prices will go easy on your budget (our
frocks are $10.75, $14.75 and $16.95 -
nothing higher) -and quality you'll appre-

and gray, green and
monotone browns.

red and

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