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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

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any Weddings Of Michigan Alumni Take

Place During Summer

A. A. U. W. To Begin
Activities On Sept. 29
The local branch of the American
Association of University Women will
open its season's activities on Sept.
29, with an illustrated lecture
on China, given by Herbert C.
White. Mr. White, who has just re-
turned from China has brought back
a collection of hand painted photo-
shown at this time. The program, to
which the public is invited, will be
graphs of the Orietnt, which will be
held at 8 p.m. at the Michigan
League ballroom.
The program for the year is being
planned by Mrs. Albert Reeves. The
meeting for the next month will be
on Oct. 7 in the form of a Sunday
night supper at which Dr. Esther
Caukin Brunauer of Washington, D.C.
will speak. Tentative plans have been
made for the other monthly meetings
including some in collaboration with
the Ypsilanti branch.
TWEEDS ARE GOOD
If you are clever in planning your
wardrobe you might have your suit
coat lined so that it will match a
woolen dress. Rough tweeds are
particularly good this season for such
coats. Bright buttons and plaid
blouses give sports clothes a colorful
air and help to distract from the
severity and simplicity of the tailored
frocks. -
while Mr. Smith finishes his Uni-
versity course.
A marriage which took place early
was that of Miss Bernice Wetherald,
'36, to Clarke Andreae, '35. The cere-
mony took place Monday evening,
June 18. Mrs. Andreae was attended
by her sister, Mrs. Harry Arnold, as
matron of honor, Miss Betty Kane,
and Miss Winifred Pike, as brides-
maids. Mr. Andreae chose his broth-
er for his best man. His ushers were:
Mr. Frederick Ratterman, Mr. Rich-
ard Andreae, and Dr. Harry Arnold.
Mrs. Andreae was a member of
Alpha Phi sorority, and Mr. Andreae
belonged to Beta Theta Pi.
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MARY HUTZEL
Maker of Gowns
ALTERATIONS
suiTS AND COATS
REMODELED
fj Phone 3468
506. East LibertySt

Mrs. Conger Heads
Alumnae Activities
Mrs. Beach Conger will devote full
time to her work as executive sec-
retary of alumnae this year, she an-I
nounced recently. Mrs. Conger for-
merly was in charge of the League
desk and so was unable to spend asl
much time as she wished on alumnae
problems.
"There are several new organiza-
tions springing up and all of them
are actively interested in the work
beingdone on campus. It is possible
that some of the League Children's
Theatre plays will be presentedrbefore
the new groups," Mrs. Conger said.
She has already made many out-of-
town trips for the purpose of helping
with organization programs.
State Alumnae Groups
Entertain New Students
Alumnae groups throughout the'
state have been entertaining during
the last few weeks in honor of women
attending the University. Most of the
organizations have held large teasE
for the entering freshmen as well as
for upper classmen.
The GrandaRapids Alumnae Asso-
ciation gave a tea on September 15
and Detroit and Owosso associations
entertained at about the same time.
Outstate groups which follow the
same custom are those at Akron and
Cleveland, while the association in
Buffalo honors Michigan girls an-
nually at a large party in the spring.
RECEIVES APPOINTMENT
The appointment of Georgina Karl-
son, '35, as chairman of the point
system committee has just been an-
nounced by League officials.
MARGARET DAVIS
formerly of the
Powder Puff is now cit
College Beauty Shop
Phone 2-2813
SHAMPOO & FINGER WAVE
35c Monday and Tuesday
Oc balance of the week.
Corner of Liberty and State

Rev. H. P. Marley Returns To
Parish After StayInKentucky

Rev. and Mrs. H. P. Marley haveI
recently returned from Blue Diamond,
Kentucky, where they have been
doing special work for the Society
of Friends since the first of the year.
Mr. Marley was on leave of ab-
sence from the Unitarian Church,
and plans to resume services Sept.f
23. Several changes in the year's pro-1
gram have been devised by Mr. Mar-
ley and the officials of the church,
and will be announced later.
While in Kentucky, the Marleys
lived in a typical coal camp in the
heart of the mountains. One of the
tangible accomplishments of their
stay there was the establishment of
a library and recreation room. Mr.
Marley carried on courses of worker's
CLIP BRACELETS NEW
Clip bracelets are the newest thing
in the line of unique jewelry. The
bracelets are made of silver ordinar-
ily, and are clipped right on to the
cuffs of dresses, the pairs resembling
metal cuffs. All bracelets are more
massive this year than ever before.
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education in connection with the
- newly organized union. During a shut-
down of the mine caused by labor
difficulties, he aided in conciliation
and helped secure relief for the fam-
ilies of destitute miners.
A part of the time this summer was
given to two government education
camps for girls. These were set aup
under the FERA. Mr. Marley has just
returned from New York and Phila-
delphia where he personally reported
to the officials of the Federal Council
of Churches and the Society of
Friends.

Honorary Societies
Continue Activities
Women's honor societies, Mortar-
board for seniors, and Wyvern for
junior women will continue their tra-
ditional functions during the coming
year it was announced by officers.
Although Wyvern's activities with
the freshman women have been su-
perceded to some extent by the new
Orientation Project of the League,
members of the organization will as-
sist in the project.
Motarboard will continue in charge
of the candy booths and will take
care of caps and gowns for gradua-
tion.

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ru bley shop
hats dresses

The latest Fall Fash-
ions for the young col-
lege girl or the busi-
ness woman.
The hats comprise
models for various oc-
casions, including a
group of cocktail types,
and a number of styles
in velour which intro-
duce new crown move-
ments and manipulated
brims.
P. S. - Our woolens
are the talk of the
town. You'll know why
when you see them.
9ickets arcade

Or are you hiding a bad case of hipitis and a
lot of spare tire trouble under that smugness?
Anatomy problems are meat for Mrs. Van
Buren - and when she gets through with you
(starting at the foundation, of course) the
campus will be your oyster. You'll be the stag
tine's war whoop and the big fire's hue and
cry. "Un Succes foucount on Madame Van
Buren!"
She not only has the starts such as Gorsara,
Warner, LaGant, MisSimplicity, Nemo Sen-
sation -- she has all the latest tricks known
to the undie-world. For instance: a 3-way
"bra" that can be worn with halter necks;
wooly panties what-nots that fit like your skin
and thumb their noses at the arctic element
of football bleachering; nighties the dainty
like of which the Empress Josephine herself
could not have dreamed (and Josephine had
a weakness for nighties - just as we have);
all manner of p.j's and slips and flummeries,
not to mention a pretty smooth line of Kayser
hose.

Van Biuren Shoppe

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In making your tour of the campus, stop at Michigan's
"Value-Spot" ... Smart new fall Suits..b brilliant new
silk and woolen frocks . . . lonky, slinky after-dark
formals and plenty of tea frocks ... swell for rushing.

SERVICE DRAWER

SERIES $78.00
..... $20.00
.u58-00
--Plus Tax

ANY CABINET
RANGE ON OUR
FLOOR INCLUDED
IN THIS SALE

Daily arrivals from New York . . .
and you'll like our values . .. best
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when GAS cooks faster -- more conveniently -
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wholesome.

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