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THE MI C HIA N D A ILYw

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1935

New Member

Attractive Evening Dress For Formal Wear

Appointed To
Fill__Vacancy
Judiciary Council Picks
Miller To Take Place Of
Miss Rightmire
Ella Miller, '36, has been appoint-
ed the senior member of the Judiciary
Council, Winifred Bell, head of the
organization, announced late last
night. Miss Miller will replace Bet-
tina Rightmire, '36, who did not re-
turn to school this fall.
The appointment was made Tues-
day after 11 applicants had been in-
tervieed and considered by the pres-
ent Council. The announcement was
made after Miss Alice B. Lloyd, dean
of women, had approved the Council's
appointment.
Assembly Member
Miss Miller lives in Jordan Hall,
and is an active member of the As-
sembly. She is in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts, and
an independent woman on the camp-
us.
At the same meeting the Judiciary
Council, with the approval of the
dean of women, voted to change the
rules governing cases which will be
brought before them in the future.
The new rule reads: "All women, in
attendance at the University of Mich-
igan, who have returned to their place
of residence after the stipulated clos-
ing hour for any night shall be dis-
4iplined in accordance with the rules
of their residence, except that after
the fifth lateness, they are to appear
before the Judiciary Council for dis-
ciplinary action."
Another change reads: "The atten-
tion of the Judiciary Council must be
called to any lateness of thirty min-
u~tes or more, subsequent action to
be taken at the discretion of the
Council."
Violations To Be Reported
, This new ruling differs from the
old one in that previously it was not
necessary for any woman to appear
before bhe Council until she had in-
curred seven latenesses. Another
addition is the necessity of calling the
Council's attention to any excessive
lateness.
Miss Bell stated that these modi-
fications were made for two pur-
poses. Namely "to strengthen the
bond between the governing bodies
of the approved University residences
and the Judiciary Council as well as
introducing the necessary flexibility
in the treatment of the more serious
latenesses."
These changes are to go into effect
immediately. It will be necessary for
each dormitory, sorority, and league
house on the campus to cooperate
with the Council by reporting viola-
tions occuring in their own houses.
CO-EDS
For Becoming Hair
Be Coming To Us.
WEEKLY SPECIAL
HENNA-PACK COMPLETE
with Shampoo & Wave $1.00
Publix Beauty Shoppe
201 East Liberty
TELEPHONE 2-3414

Compacts Are Now In Vogue
With MatchingCigarette Cases

PANHELLENIC TICKETS ALPHA XI DELTA
Panhellenic banquet tickets must Alpha Xi Delia entertained last
be obtained before 5 p.m. today at the 'night at a rushing dinner. The table
decorations were in gold and blue wish
League. The price for the tickets ,chrysanthemums forming the center-
This year is seventy cents. ! piece.

By JEAN NASH
There is a compact for every mood.
If you would like something of a
sporty nature, there are some very
clever wooden models. But perhaps
you prefer one of the gay jewel-color
enameled ones; or something even
more dainty, such as a tiny exquisite-
ly-rought evening vanity case. De-
spite the variety of colors and designs
appearing this year, there are definite
trends in vogue. The square or ob-
long type is definitely the most popu-
lar.
For sports, there are several styles.
First, there is the wooden compact,
either of maple or cedar, on which
your initials may be burned or carved.
This model, although very new and
as yet rather unattainable, promises
to be the season's favorite.
Square Case Is New
Another design which is ideal to
carry with campus clothes, and defi-
nitely fashioned with an eye to "local
color, is square, enameled bright blue,
and banded with gold. It contains
both powder and rouge and a large
steel mirror and may be had with
the Michigan seal. Another square
enamel case - this one in red -
boast three silver and white stripes,
and is popular in both the double
and triple varieties.
One of the most unique compacts
we have seen this season departing
from the square daytime type, is
small and round, of expert workman-
ship, in gold or silver filagree. 'Tiny
enough to fit into the corner of the
daintiest evening bag, it still pro-
vides for loose powder and rouge.
Matched Sets Popular
If a smart cigarette case is one of
your major enthusiasms, you will
surely covet a model we saw recently.
Shown in numerous color combina-
tions, it combines in a flat square case
lighter, compact, and a slide for cig-
arettes. Also popular this season are
the matched sets, including identical
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compacts and cigarette cases, dec-
orated with carvings of semi-precious
stones. One particularly outstanding
design is a cream case outlined with
gold and mounted with a jade me-
dallion.
The most sophisticated case we
have yet seen is named "The Nor-
mandy." Flat and oblong, it con-
tains a double compact and cigarette
compartment. Sounding a keynote
of simplicity in its design, it is of

white enamel
with gold.

delicately

engraved

CANDY BOOTH COMMITTEE
There will be a meeting of all per-
sons connected with the candy booth
in University Hall at 3 p.m. today in
the Undergraduate office of the
League. It is essential that each
person attend.
CHOCOLATE FABRIC
PARIS, Oct. 22. -(T) - "Chocolate
paper" is the name of a new red and
silver crinkled striped lame. The
fabric gets its name from its re-
semblance to the paper used to wrap
chocolate bonbons in France.
Charles of the Ritz
can give you a very fine
Personality Bob, but Mr.
Julian and Mr. Staebbe
are equally as good. You
will find them any day at
LI RETT E
Solon de Beaute'
on Liberty Street.

HOME E /
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jLA U N -DRY H4M E
COLLEGE -
We'll call for it, whisk it away
and bring it back again. Railway

TUNE IN ON THE
RAILWAY EXPRESS NEWS PARADE
Every week from the following stations:
WEEI e WOR e WHK * WLS e KWK
WDSU " WFAA o WGST e KYA e KNX
KSTP eKOMO eWEAL e KOIL
Watch for local announcements

Express service is safe, swift
and sure. Economical, too--
rates are low-and our "send-
ing-it-collect" service is partic-
ularly popular. Prompt pick-up
and delivery service in allin-
portant cities and towns. " For
service or information telephone

RAILROAD EXPRESS AGENCY, INC.
Ann Arbor R.R. Depot 420 S. Ashley St. Phone 7101
DEPOT OFFICE: MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.
Phone 5714 Ann Arbor, Michigan
RAILWAY EXPRESS
AGENCY INC,

The price is fifty cents.
Let them convince you.
Dial 3083 for appointment

LEAGUE
LANTERN

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The above dress iliusLrazes a formal which would attract much at-
tention at a party such as the Interfraternity Ball. The full skirt, the
bustle effect, the costume fan, and the elbow length gloves, all display
typical trends in the styles of today. Another noticeably modern feature
is the string of pearls, which bring out the whole effect of the dress.
The dress is made of a flowered silk, a material which is vary good this
fall.

Miss Saurborn To
Study Dance Work
Officials of the University High
School have received notification of
the appointment of Miss Jeannette
Saurborn, a member of the high
school staff since 1930, to the chair-
manship of a committee of the Amer-
ican Physical Education Association.
Miss Saurborn will assume the active
supervision of a study of dance in-
struction in American and interme-
diate and secondary schools, under
the auspices of the National Dance
Section of the Association.
An extensive monograph was pub-
lished by the Association in 1933, cov-
ering the objectives, the instructional
techniques, and the various aspects of
correlation with other school activ-
ities, as now practiced in the Amer-
ican elementary schools. Miss Saur-
born's study, embracing the prac-
tices of the more advanced fields,
will be published as a companion
monograph to the earlier work.
The American Physical Education

Dental Fraternity Holds
Dinner For Hygenists
The Psi Omega Dental Fraternity
entertained a group of hygienists, at
dinner last night. The following
guests were present: Cleo Taub, Ada
Resnick, Frieda Davis, Phoebe Was-
serman, Lil Waratt, Sylvia Gutter-
man, Gertrude Jacobs, Mildred Cole,
Emma Greenbaum and Rose 'Saro.
The chaperons were Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Galin of Detroit and Dr. Carl
V. Weller of the University. The table
decorations were in the fraternity
colors, orange and black.
Association now publishes an official
organ, the "Journal of Health and
Physical Education" with editorial of-
fices in Ann Arbor. Prof. Elmer D.
Mitchell, Director of Intramural
Sports at the University of Michigan,
is editor of the journal and secre-
tary of the association.

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A little light on books and authors.
1. Who said, "I will send you some-
thing quite unusual for Christmas ...
A promise that I will not kill myself."
2. How many acres of spruce does
it take to make the Sunday edition of
a metropolitan newspaper?
3. What Belle married on horse-
back, and had twenty groomsmen at
her wedding?
4. What American song has a thou-
sand verses?
5. Whose blood painted the spot
on the gigantic ace of hearts?
* * *
Kda Y RFGR FGRFGRF'Gtaoia
The answers can be found in the
following books which are on the
display table in the LEAGUE LI-
BRARY this week.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles.
The American Songbag.
Sticks and Stones.
Gallant Ladies.
That Man Heine.
PHI BETA DELTA
The following Phi Beta Delta mem-
bers are attending the Columbia
game: Arthur Cohen, '36; Jack Co-
hen, '38, Robert Nirenberg, '38, How-
ard Kahn, '36, and Herman Fishman,
'38.

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IMAGINE A SMART
LAPIN
Swagger
PRICED
$45-=$75
And good lapin, at that,
to give you far more wear
than you expect from in-

be glamorous...radiant...
gleam in metal...in jewels
in color...
There is youthful dash and verve to the brilliant colors and
gleaming fabrics . . . and our new evening fashions have it!
You'll feel worth a king's ransom in any one of them.
GOWNS for formal dining . . . dancing . . . extreme formal
occasions. . . for the sophisticate ... and the naivette. See these
glamorous fashions on you, in our College Shop, today.
$12.95 to $2 .75

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younger set about town.
USE OUR
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RIGHT (AcceSsories-
EVENING BAGS.. . of shining fabric,
jewels and sequins...........$2.95
FORMAL JEWELRY. . .rhinestones with
silver or gold metal; pearls, done in
Oriental fashion ...... $1.00 and $2.00
FORMAL SHOES. . . gold or silver san-
dals, white fabric to be dyed ......
..$6.00 and $7.50
FORMAL HOSE . . . Brunette for silver
slippers, Goldglint for gold.. $1.15 pr.
COMPACTS and Cigarette Cases, by
Volupte in burnished gold, silver, or

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