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'11, 103C

TIM I MICHIGAN DATIIY AO

'Iair Dressing'
To Be Subject
Of League Talk
Illustrated Lecture Series
On Poise, Personality To
Open Tomorrow
The first in a series of demonstrat-
ed lectures on the general subject of
"Poise and Personality" is to be given
at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the League, it
was announced by Jean R{atfield, '37,
chairman of the orientation com-
mittee.
Pauline Kalb, proprietress of Paul-
ine's Beauty Shop, is to give the first
lecture, the topic of which is "Hair
Dressing." She will explain what hair
lines are becoming to different types
of faces and what hair lines are
suitable for wear with various hats.
Jacobson's shop is showing a line of
new hats in collaboration with this
talk.
Three women students who have
been selected because of their differ-
ing types of facial contours are to
model. They are Eleanor Skiles, '39,
Ruth Dillman, '40 and Betty Baldwin,
'40.
After the lecture women may ask
Miss Kalb for individual suggestions
concerning any questions they may
have about their personal problems.
Attendance at these lectures is not
compulsory, Miss Hatfield said. The
series will be free of charge to any-
one wishing to attend.
The lectures, sponsored by the ori-
entation committee and designed. pri-
marily for freshman women but open'
to anyone interested, will be held
every week at this time. The room in
which they will be given is to be
posted on the bulletin board near the
League desk.
Succeeding lectures are to deal with
such topics as demonstrations of
make-up, manicures, care of the hair
and skin, correct wear for sports,
afternoon and evening clothes, with
suggestions for every type, accessor-
ies, such as jewelry, and the finer,
points of etiquette.
All will consist of practical demon-
strations with especial care to be
given to individual problems and are
to be held with the cooperation of
other local shops,
Sororities and dormitories are to be'
contacted with regard to the series by,

University Of Northwestern's Prettiest Woman

Bonth Williams Modern Dance
To Make Debut Demonstration
At Dorm Dance Will Be Given

League And Union Close
Ballrooms To Cooperate
With Dormitory Pra sect

Inpromptu Compositions
To Be Part Of Program
At 4:15 P.M. Tomorrow

Marlen Mansfiacd of Evanston,
w EtcrxnI Urverxity, waf chosen as1
aid emurrss of the school's navy ba
trophy symbolic of the honor.

New Meibers
For SWlri Club3

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In addition to the music of Bob The Modern Dance Club and the
Steinle and Charlie Zwick, the Dorm dance classes of the University will
Dance Friday night will have on the present their first performance of the
r season in the form of a technical
program" the appearance of Bonth demonstration at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
Williams, The Daily columnist, who in Sarah Caswell Hall of Barbour
promises to have something interest- Gymnasium.
ing to say over the mike regarding The club will illustrate technique
the people ;present, Hubert Bristol, for modern dance and impromptu
compositions. The classes will show
'37, chairman of the dance commit- work donestoward dance choreog-
tee, said yesterday. raphy. The program has been ar-
The League and the Union, in co- ranged by Miss Ruth Bloomer, fac-
operation with the project for Men's ulty adviser for the club and Beatrice
Dormitories, are foregoing their ball- Lovejoy, '37, women's dance manager.
room activities for Friday in order 'Those participating include: Win-
that the Dorm Dance, which will be ifred Law, '40; Sally Kenny, '38;
held in the Intramural Building, can Mary Jane Mueller, '38; Bernice
be staged on an open night, Bristol Wolfson, '38; Betty Lou Robinson,
said. '40; Virginia Brigham, '40; Elizabeth
This will be the first time in many Watkins, '40; Miss Lovejoy, Elaine
years that any student dance other Hamilton, '39; Mary Redden, '37;
than the J-Hop will have been held Beatrice Banziger '40; Barbara Hor-
in the Intramural Building, Bristol ton, '37; Mary Lou Johns, '37, Char-
said, and it was decided upon be- lotte Morehouse, '37, and Sarah Graf.
cause of the large crowd expected. The public is invited to attend this
- Assuciated Press Photo All the proceeds from the dance demonstration performance. Later
Ill., swimming champion at North- will go to the Committee on Men's in the year the Dance Club will give
the prettiest woman on the campus Dormitories and will be used in the a program in cooperation with the
construction of the first unit of a Play Porduction dance classes in the
all. She is shown holding the sword dormitory quadrangle for first year Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
men.____________
Emphasis was placed yesterday by
Bristol upon the fact that the dance Curtis To Give
Elliott To Address is open to the public. The affiair
Gun hwill be informal and will last from 9
j graduate Luncheon p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets are $1 per Final Talk On'
couple and can be obtained from va-
"Social Security" will be the sub- rious stores on the campus and from 'HWTo S d
members of different organizationsO
ject of the talk by Prof. Margaret El- that are supporting the Men's Dormi-
liott of the economics department be- tories project. The concluding lecture in a series
fore the luncheon fro graduate stu- Members of Michigamua and of four "How to Study" talks will be
dents at noon today in the Russian Sphinx, honor societies, and the given by Prof. Francis D. Curtis of
Tea Room of the League. Union executive council, will take the education department at 8 p.m.
The Social Security Act will be one to the diagonal tomorrow to sell tick- tonight in Natural Science Auditor-
of the topics covered in the discus- ets for the dance, Bristol said. Some ium.
sion by Professor Elliott. She will person will be stationed at various Attendance will not be compulsory
also discuss conditions in modern so- points on the campus today, he add- for this lecture. Although the series
ciety which led to the passing of the ed, but the big drive will occur tomor- is designed primarily for freshmen,
Act and its possible effects. row. anyone, including upperclassmen who
Approximately 45 people are ex- - feel they need this aid, is urged to
pected to attend the, meeting, the Music Sorority To Be attend,.it was announced by Jean
third in this year's series. At last! G e Hatfield, '37, chairman of the League
week's meeting Prof. Arthur Lyon Supper Guest Tonight orientation committee.
Cross of the history department spoke' The Alumni chapter of Sigma The talks have been planned to in-
on "England Today." Alpha Iota, national music sorority, corporate various practical ang help-
will have a supper meeting at 6:30 ful suggestions. They were iAitiated
Adelia Cheever Wins p.m. today at the home of Mrs. E. L. at the request of last year's fresh-
Grimes, 1019 Berkshire Rd. man class who felt the necessity of
Volley Ball Contest Hostesses who will assist are Thel- such a series.
Play began in the third round of ma Newell, and Louise Gaylord. Pa-
the woman's volley ball tournament tronesses will be Mrs. Samuel Dana HOCKEY CLUB WINS
resi- and Mrs. James Glover. Active mem- Topping off a recent victory over
yesterday when Adelia Cheever r bers will also be present. After the the Lawyers' team, the Ann Arbor
dencedefeated Kappa Alpha Theta meeting, Mrs. Maude Okkelberg will Hockey Club defeated a selected Uni-
sorority, 40 to 14. play the piano, and singing will fol.- versity women's team yesterday after-
The members of the Adelia Cheever low. noon on Palmer Field.
team were Jane Campbell, '38; Elza - - --- ------ ----------

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The list of swimming club mem-
bers was announced recently by Helen
Harp, '39, women's swimming man-
ager and Miss Laurie Campbell, fac-
ulty sponsor of the club.
Members, include Tony Aalbers-
berg, '40, Frances Alpert, '38, Elinor
Bale, '39, Elaine Berger, '40, Joan
Bevington, '40, Jane Boone, '39, Helen
Bush, '39, Ruth Carr, '38, Dorothy
Jane Caughey, '40, Joan Closterhouse,
'40, Marie Davis, '40, Mavis Free-
man, '40, Marjorie Gillen, '40, Helen
Harp, '39, Louise Howard, '39, and

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'members of the orientation commit- IKaterine Johnston 38i
tee. Sally Kenny, '38, Helene Kipf, '37,

Faculty, Alumni
To Give Dance.
Today At Union
Party Is First Of Series
Of Five Sponsored By
Women's Club
The first in a series of five Faculty-
Alumni dances will be held from 9:30
p.m. to 12:30 a.m. tonight in the main
ballroom of the Union. The dance,)
which is sponsored by the Faculty)
Women's Club, is to be in charge'
of Mrs. Laurence C. Stuart.
The Union will be decorated for
the occasion and Bob Steinle's band
will play for the dancing.
The dances are annual affairs, and
the dates for the remaining dances
in the series have been announced as
Wednesday, Jan. 6; Tuesday, Feb. 9;
Thursday, March 11; and Wednes-
day, April 7. The dance on April 7
is to be a dinner dance.
There are to be several dinners
given by faculty members or alumni
groups preceding the dance. Mrs. W.
F. Ramsdell and Mrs. Willard Olson
are among those who will be host-
esses at dinners before the dance to-
night.
Season cards, which will enable the
holder to attend the entire series,
have been issued by the Faculty
Women's Club, it was announced.
French Club Holds
Initiation Meeting
Le Cercle Francais initiated 22~new
members last night at its' meeting
in the League. Prof. Charles E. Koel-
la made the address of welcome to the
new initiates in the absence of Prof.
Rene Talamon, who was' called out
of town.
The following are the new in-.
itiates: Madelyn Appel, '37, Jane
Barco, '38, Julia Breed, '38, Floy Brig-
stock, '37, Rebecca Bursley, '39, Ruth
Christopherson, '37, Meyer Davis, '38,
Vivian Dunbar, '38, Jean Frederici,
'37, Betty Huntington, '39, Lillian
Jaffe, Grad., Florence Johnston,
Grad., Lucie Killan, '37, John Mc-
Cabe, '37, Barbara McIntyre, '38,
Eleanor McKaye, '39, Jenny Peterson,
'39, Harriet Shackleton, '38, Helen
Smithson, '37, George Solovsky, '39,
Mary Lou Traywick, '37, and Jane
Vernor, '38.
ii SPECIALS

Louise Lockeman, '37, Betty Lyon,
'39, Ella Mountain, '40, Audrey Nis-
son, '39, Betty Patten, '40, Mary Red-
den, '37, Nancy Stonington, '39, Mar-,
jorie Tillinghast, '39, Margaret Udell,
'39, Pauline Vihtelic, '40, Louise Wes-
terdall, '40, Elizabeth White, '39, and
Helen Wolfe, '40, were also named.
Final tryouts for the club will be
from 8:15 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow at
the Union swimming pool.

ZETA TAU ALPHA Doegey, '38; June Longhurst, '38;
Florence Michlinski, '39; Ida May
Zeta Tau Alpha announces the Schilling, '38 and Helen Yanoskey,
pledging of Mavis Ann Freeman, '40,'37.
Port Washington, N.Y., Marion C. Those playing for Kappa Alpha
Hughes, '40, Merchantville, N. J., and Theta were Janet Fullenwider, '39;
Mary Alice Quick, '40, Binghanton, Hope Hartwig, '38; Mary Alice Kreig-
N. Y. en, '37; Mary McClure, '39; Betty
Shaffer, '39; Sybil Swartout, '39;
ELECTS OFFICERS IHarriet Thom, '40 and Mary Wickes,
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary '39.
society, held a meeting Sunday in1 Play will continue today when Al-
the Union and elected the following pha Gamma Delta meets Alpha Chi
officers: Bennett Root, '38, president; Omega at 4:25 p.m.

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