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A. A.U. W. To
Hold eetings
In Ann Arbr
Several Members of Local
Faculty Are To Speak At
State Convention Here
Several of the foremost members
of the University faculty will speak
at state convention meetings of the
American Association of University
Women to be held Friday and Satur-
day in Jackson.
Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman of the
education school will talk at a lunch-
eon meeting Friday on the school
situation in Michigan. Dr. Paul V.
Voelker, state superintendent of pub-
lic instruction will also lecture at the
meeting over which Mrs. W. D. Hen-
.derson, s t a t e president of the
A.A.U.W., will preside.
A bnquet, to be held Friday eve-
ning, as a climax to the convention,
will honor Dr. Meta Glass, president
of Sweetbriar college, and newly elec-
ted national president of the organ-
ization. Dr. Glass will be principal
speaker at the dinner.
Prof. Preston W. Slosson, of the
history department, will be' honor
speaker at the Saturday luncheon
meeting which is managed by Mrs.
Frederick B. Fisher, A.A.U;W. state
secretary, and which will be a sym-
posium on international relatios.
Various committee and sectional
meetings will be included in the con-
vention program as well as a group
trip Saturday afternoon to the state
prison and an excursion to the as-
cade park.
Miss Maud Hagle, president of the
Ann Arbor branch of tle A.A.U.W.,
will attend. Other Ann Arbor mem-
bers who wish to attend may make
reservations with Mrs. Albert Reeves,
Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, or in the case of
members of the junior section, with
Miss Genevieve Sproat.
Harpist Entertains
Guests Of Sorority
Alpha Delta Pi sorority and its
guests "were entertained Sunday aft-
ernoon by Miss Ruth Pfohl, teacher
of harp in the University School of
Music. A number of selections by
Salzedo, Schumann, Logan, Handel,
and Offenbach were enjoyed, after
which a buffet supper was served.
The sorority colors of blue and
white were carried throughout the
house by the use of bowls of white
roses, bebe chrysanthemums, and tall
blue taper candles.
Mrs. D. N. Smith presided as
hostess in the living-room and in the
dining-room Mrs, Leslie Rittersbofer
poured at the coffee table, assisted
by Mrs. Frances Shiel of Ann Arbor,
and Miss Jean Walker of Birmin
hanrp~ Ala.
The out of town guests included
Mrs. Rhea Joves, Miss Agnes Cringle,
Miss Georgette Yeedles, all of De-
troit; and Miss Henrietta Houston of
Hollywood, Cal.
Picking teachers is something lipe
picking wives. It would be hard to
find any two men to agree on the
qualities to be sought in either.
-Dean Harry N. Irwin.
AMELIA'S
BEAUTY PARLOR
Special prices on
Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday
Personality HaircuttingI

I Every Thursday
Phone 4300
611 East University

President Attends New York Wedding

Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Lady
For a Day"; Majestic, "Mayor Of
ticularly those entering Michigan for
the first time, are especially urged to
attend.
These entertainmen~ts have been
planned by the Student Cabinet un-
der the chairmanship of Stanley Sley,
'36L and will be in charge of the new
Social Secretary of. Harris Hall, Mrs.
Charlotte D. Hume.

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-Associated Press Photo
President Roosevelt is shown with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S.
Walker, who were married recently at Hyde Park, N. Y. The bride,
formerly Alida]Douglas Robinson, is a great-grandniece of the late
President Theodore Roosevelt.

Contract Bridge Lessons
Start Tonight At League
Lessons in contract bridge will be-
gin at 7:30 p. m. tonight in the
League. A series of eight lessons will
be offered this year for $2. Contrary
to last year's custom, no single les-

sons will be given, according to Miss
Ethel McCormick, social director of
the League.
John Mathes, contract expert, will
continue to teach the lessons. Mr.
Mathes won several honors at the
Culbertson Bridge Convention held
last semester.

MODERN BEAUTY SHOP
OUR SPECIAL
SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE ........ 35c
(With Lemon Rinse)
OIL PUSH PERMANENT WAVE ....... $2.00
CROQUIGNOLE PERMANENT,
With plenty of ringlet ends.
These waves are complete....... ...,.$2.50
MANICURE. .35c EYEBROW ARCH.. 25c
Phone 2-1478 113 South Main St.

Riding

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BROWN or BLACK
CALFSKIN
Collegiate
Shoe Section

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happy
Don't stay away if you've can c
just run out of ciggies and conte
want to smoke. We're good you m
for a touch and we furnish penst

Tired? Want to Freshen Up a Bit
then
Why doncho come down sometime
to Our New
LOUNGING
ROOM
we think we've now got what it takes - to make you
y! A brand new Lounging Room! A place where you
ome and loll and droop and dangle to your heart's
nt. There are easy chairs and not-so-easy chairs for
more vigorous lasses; desks (furnished with stationery,
that write, and ink); and, oh yes, a full length mirror

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