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MONDAY, DEC. 14, 19,36


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To Give Talks
In Two League
Lecture Series
Interior Decoration To Be
Discussed Tomorrow;
Poise Wednesday
Mrs. John Waite is to give the third
in the series of lectures on the gen-
eral tcpic of "Interior Decorating" at
4 p.m. tomorrow at the League. Mrs.
Waite's subject will be "Planning the
The lectures, like the "Poise and
Personality" series, are sponsored by
the orientation committee of the
League, headed by Jean Hatfield, '37.
They are designed primarily for
freshman women, but are open, free
of charge, to any campus woman, in-
cluding upperclassmen. who is inter-
ested in the subject.
The room in which the talk is to
Le given will be posted on the bulletin
bcard near the League desk, accord-
ing to Miss Hatfield. The talks are
given every Tuesday at this time and
will continue after the Christmas
holidays, when other phases of home-
making will be discussed.
Display Tables are Used
The lecture last week was given
by Mrs. Ralph Hammett on "The
Principles of Interior Decorating."
Two display tables, in conjunction
with the talk, were exhibited in the
Ethel Fountain Hussey Room. The
displays were those of a buffet and
card table and were prepared by Vir-
ginia Eaglesfield, '39, with the as-
sistance of Helen Johnson, '39.
Linens used in the exhibition were
from the office of Mrs. S. Beach Con-
ger, national secretary of the Alum-
nae Association. Other appointments
were lent by a local art shop. An-
other table is to be displayed Tues-
Densmore To Speak
The fifth in the series of "Poise
and Personality" lectures to be given
at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the League
is by Prof. Gail E. Densmore of the
speech department. Professor Dens-
more will speak on voice modulation
and the value of a pleasant voice to
a charming personality.
The series is sponsored by the ori-
entation committee of the League,
under the direction of Jean Hatfield,
'37, chairman, primarily for freshman
women. All women on campus are
invited to attend the talks however.
They are free of charge. No attend-
ance of the freshmen will be taken.
Lectures Given Weekly
The lectures are given at this time
every week. The rooms in which they
are held are posted on the bulletin
board near the League desk. Former
talks have been on such subjects
as hair dressing, make-up, correct
campus clothes and appropriate wear
for informal dates.
Succeeding lectures are to take up
such subjects as manicures, care of
the skin and formal clothes. The.
talks which have been given so far
this season have beengiven by rep-
resentatives of local shops and have
incorporated in them displays from
the shops.
These lectures are not to be con-
fused with the series also sponsored
by the orientation committee on in-
terior decorating which are given at
4 p.m on Tuesdays at the League.
Students Discover
Many 'Dime Store'
Novelties For Gifts;
With all the Christmas parties
coming on this week, a few sugges-
tions in the way of gifts may prove
somewhat helpful. That is, just for
those gifts that are given in the
spirit of fun and are limited to the

ten-penny class.
Messrs. Kresge and Woolworth us-
ually display the greatest variety in
this line, and many are the surpris-
ingly appropriate wares which are
How about a turtle or a gold fish?
Cactus plants keep people guessing,
because they are usually difficult to
wrap up and are ungainly and bulky
looking packages. Musical instru-
ments provide plenty of clamor after
they have been unwrapped, and bril-;
liant costume jewelry can add that
certain something to anyone's per-
sonal appearance. But the most ap-j

Holiday Snow Suit Claims Chinese Smart An Coimfortable Shoes Second Issue Of Shoppers Discover
Student Life Is Are Shown In Patent Leather Contemporary Clever'Five-In-One'
Same As Here yOut Tomorrow
By PHYLLIS MINER on the toe. The heel is square cuban For Christmas, birthdays and an-
Remember way back to your first height. niversaries, compacts are the peren-
Miss Wu, Foregn Student, a of a a shes- se e Sport shoes are smart an comfor Issue Features Current nial gifts; nevertheless, dveryone likes
Wu, oregn t21ce12, black patent leather slippers? o able. White Norwegian leather is1J
Reveals Oriental Women thrilled and proud they made you! used in styles that are especially de- Events And Article On to receive them. To either the in-
Concentrate hi sieThat same excited feeling that filled signed for the snowy winter days. Housing ituationimate or casual friend, they are ap-
ConentateIn cieceoousngpropriate and acceptable.
__ __ _ you over the beauty of your first For bad weather there is a shoe made_____Th r ae al sot of tr civ
pair of dressy shoes comes back as of thisleather that has a high un- There are all sorts of attractive
The widespread conception that (very di s styles in feinine interrupted vamp. A silver buckle The second issue of Contemporary, styles and designs out this season
the coller os in China are very di footwear. They have arrived just in fastens the side tab. campus literary magazine, which will andthey are unbelievably inexpen-
Satesei fae tccing to UMis d Viotime for the whirl of parties around Another thoroughbred in style and go on sale tomorrow, features an ar- sive. A tiny oval compact studded
Stats i fale acordng o Mis Vo-!with rhinestones, and with lipstick
let Wa. graduate student. holiday season. also in comfort and quality, is the tile on the housing situation, a fol- to match costs no more than, a pair
One model looks as if it were de- sturdy British oxford that comes in low-up of the article on education of stockings.
Missmas and physics in Iwa Nan Co. signed specially for a tea dance dur- brown buck with alligator trim. A which appeared in the last issue and "Tricky" is no word for the "five
lege in Folchow, China before she ing the Christmas holidays. It is bmdig of tan leather and heavy "The Date is June, 1937," by Mar- in one" compact. Lipstick, powder
ame to the University fMich made of black patent leather; that welt makes the sole. There is a hint
mectie the sudies.yf Michigan fact in itself brings quite a relief af- of Paris in the amusing scalloped de- shall Shulman, '37. In this issue the rouge, mascara and eye shadow are
The college ter the long season of suedes. It is tail around the upper edge. policy of printing a series of edi- all inluded in one four-inch square
s one of the two all women educa- traso urn vnsi inau- gold case. These little cases are
square-tipped and high-cut, with For discrimiating taste and work- torials on current events is
2jcnal istitutionts in China, the other Igrtd rapidly taking the place of the eve-
s Jing Ling Cllege in Nanking. Most pencil heels. It will also be good for manship, see the supple moccasins of gurated..ning bag.
ot the universities there are co-edu- spring wear. brown and white Norwegian leather The issue also contains fiction by
rational Then there is the custom-built that come in two different models. Chester M. Thalman, '37; Richard one queen c pae a ittlesmreclo-
I Hwa Nan campus consists of the shoe that has just a trace of witch- One is for sports especially with McKelvey, Grad.; Harvey B. Swados, pensive than the general run of
yiniv-rsity and a high school totaling craft to flatter beautiful feet. This cleated leather soles. The other is '40; and Frances Carney, '37; and compacts, but they are so lovely that
dents and 35 'teachers. Inmodel is an oxford that has three for walking, with a water proof lin- poetry by Robert S. Warshow, '37 the Christmas shpper is usually will-
nn interview. Miss Wu explained that little buttons fastening the side. The ing and rubber crepe sole. Elizabeth Allen, Grad.; John Mac- ing to pay a larger sum for one of
the courses taught are much the toe has eyelets cut out of the suede. Auslan; Jewel A. Drickamer, '38; and them.
same as those on this campus, with The shoe is high riding and can be Rosemary Miltich, '39. Also included __
the exception of the language depart- found in three colors-black, brown Ka apfle To Ai are reviews by Warshow; Leo Kir-
ament which offers only Chinese and and wine suede. PPschbaum, of the English department
English. Due to the small enroll- A striking shoe is a directoire black Seliofash i Fund of the engineering college; Leo S.
ment, the sience laboratcries are suede that has little straps of patent p "Luskin, Grad; Swados; Edith Folk-
net o lr as ours, but they con- leater.It ishigh-heeled and very off, '37; Walter. Donnely of the Uni-
tan much the same modern equip- frivolous looking. Proceeds from the raffle being held versity Museums; Dr. Sigmund Proc-
ment. Then there is a new shoe that feels at the League Open House by Kappa tor of the English department; Prof.
Describes Camp as comfortable as a bedroom slipper. Kappa Gamma sorority will be added Norman Nelson of the English de-
A very surprising fact is the tend- It will help you in whatever you do, to the Lucy Elliott Memorial, Scholar- partment; and Martin Greenberg, '38.
- ncy for many women to concen- by taking your mind off your poor ship Fund, according to Betty Basse, The issue will go on sale in Uni-
" ;.' , . ate in the sciences. There are, in harassed feet. The shoe is like a '37 versity Hall and Angell Hall, at
fact, more science majors than arts man's fiat pump, and is fashioned in This fund is being raised by Detroit bookstores, at the League and the
Itmajors; the most popular fields being black suede with a seam up the front. alumnae of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Union and at various points on cam-
t r iolcgy. chemistry and physics. This There is a tiny suede bow perched who plan to have a sum of $10,000 pus.
Very appropriate for cold wintry isr due, Miss u pointed out, Ito present to the University at its one
days and for winter sports is this the large number of position hundredth anniversary next June. DELTA THETA PHI GOODFELLOWS
ski suit of dark colored heavy Eng- available fo iene teachers The income from this fund will form
lih ol ih achn ht "a Delta Theta Phi will initiate the BetWs s
lish wool with matching hat. redtly opposite to the situation in a fellowship to be offered yearly to a followin men h ate7 psm. today:Johnh
Brightly colored mittens, scarf and this country. the demand is greater qualfied woman engaged in gradreci
socks add a gay note to the cus than the supply and a woman grad- To Be Present 'ufte work. Although the recipient Griffin, '39L; Hicks Griffiths, '39L; for a
tome. Ski boots with square toes uate from the science depaitment is may be a graduate of any college or Howard MCowan, '38L; John Rodri-
and thick soles arc worn. practically assured of a position. Convention university in the United States, she guez, '39L; Gerald Stoetzer, '38L; and Merr uiristns
Boh the studes -nd the mn At Co ve t n must use it in work here at the Uni- Paul Teaton, '39L.
-- I Both the students and the women versity.PalTto,3L
members of the faculty live in the aa p mety.
T wo edd ntf sae drmiory hic isa sx foorKappa Kappa Gamma hopes to be
Wveudings, same dormitory which is a six floor Dr. Margaret Bell, director of the able to make a worthwhile addition SPECIAL
building veiy similar to those at this women's physical education depart- to this fund, which is to be accumu- OIL SHAMPOO and
university. it is very conveniently ment and director of the University lative, from the proceeds of the raffle. FINGER WAVE , . . 50e
IEn~a em entsm located among the school buildings Health Service in Dr. Warren For- Two cadet radios and a cetificate
ArofAthe capussythe's absence, will be the represen -to Burr Patterson and Auld's will be Mich. Theater Bldg' Phoneo77 332 South State-Dialp5031
AlStudent Government tative from Michigan at the annual thFrzs4ih hae lg hn 86 3 ot tt il53
Miss Wu was enthusiastic about' convention of the American Physical hepris
their systen ofstudent self-govern- Education Association to be held the
Amelia Deschamps Weds ment. The students elect heads for latter part of the month in New
p.S the various departments of admin- York City, it was announced recently.
Ted Petoskey, Former istration, who along with the dean The association is scheduled to dis- C7) to
University Football Star hold meetings and make the neces- cuss visual education and to promote eU E Lxtend YU 0
ary rules and regulations, a Visual Education center, the first
Miss Wu was greatly amused at the project the council has undertaken inTthe Season'r t
i recent discussions caused by the new- women's athletics, and 1,600 feet of
Champs daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. R. ly installed proctor system at Mosher films on athletics will be shown, Dr.
F. DesChamps of Columbia, S.C., to dormitory. This system, she said, Bell said.
Ted Petoskey, '34, son of Mr. and has been in practice at Hwa Nan col- Dr. Bell will also attend the Second
Mrs. Samuel Petoskey of Dearborn loge since its foundation and is con- National Conference on College Hy-
sidered a necessary part of the daily giene to be held in Washington, D. C.
occurred Dec. 1 in Columbia. Mr. routine. The plan at Mosher is mild during Christmas vacation where a
Petoskey was a member of Michi- in comparison to that in China where pamphlet she has recently written on
gauma while attending the Univers- the proctors see that the women are "The Physiological Effect of Athletics
not only in their rooms, but that they on Women" will be reviewed. CAMPUS
ity. are studying and not visiting. Miss Laurie Campbell, instructor in
The engagement of Jeanette Duff Miss Wu remarked about the lib- i the women's physical education de- FASHION
to Victor Shanon Martin of Balimore, eral treatment of the women on this partment here, as the Michigan rep- C E N T E R
Md., is announced by her father, the campus in respect to hours. At Hwa resentative of the section on women's
Rev. Edward M. Duff of Ann Arbor. Nan, the girls have to be in the athletics of the A.P.E.A.; has just re-
dormitory at dinner time every night turned from a trip to the upper part
The wedding is to take place Jan. 2 and only on very special occasions of the state where she did some work
in the League chapel. Both are, are they allowed ten o'clock permis- toward organizing the state as a
graduates of the University and the sion for Saturday nights to attend working unit.
bride-elect is affiliated with Alpha Xi a concert or a banquet. During the
Dweek, the women have to be in bed Humphreys To Speak 1
Delta sorority, at 10 p.m. and are not even allowed To A.A.U.W. Members
The engagement of Virginia Sim- to stay up to study. junior.memb ers
mn.dghr fM.ndMsThe junior members of the A.A.-_
mons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Becauseithe students and the U.W. will entertain the senior mem-
Daniel R. Simmons of Detroit, to Dr. teachers live together in the same bers at the annual Christmas party at
Cecil Ward Lepard of Detroit, son of Idormitor'y, there is much familiarity 6 p.m. Wednesday in the League.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Lepard of " and persnal contact between them. Dean Wilbur Humphreys will talk
Ann Arbor, was revealed at a tea in By meeting the women's families, by to the group in an after dinner
the home of the bride-elect last Fri- knowing their financial conditions, speech. Mrs. Fred D. Farrar, state
day, and by learning their difficulties in president, and Mrs. W. A. John state
Dr. Lepard is a graduate of the studies, the faculty is better able secretary, will be the guests. Both
University where he was affiliated to aid them in their problems, women are from Birmingham.
with Phi Kappa Sigma and Nu Sigma---
Nu. He is also a member of the I dl

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University Club.
At a quiet ceremony in Grace
chapel of St. -.Paul's Episcopal
Church, Grace Lamb, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lafnb of De-
troit, was wed to Robert B. Mc-
Queen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S.
McQueen of Detroit, at 10 a.m. Sat-
urday. The Rev. Dean Kirk B.
O'Ferrall read the ceremony.
Kay Burgess was the bride's at-
tendant. Following the wedding, a
small breakfast was held with the
out-of-town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. McQueen left after
the breakfast for a short trip to New

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propriate gifts are those bought spe- York and Washington. On their re-
cifically for a certain person, and in turn they will live in Detroit.
this phase of shopping our choice Mrs. McQueen was a student at
is limited only by the one for whom the University where she was affiliat-
the gift i end ed with Alpha Chi Omega.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA '4 omo o co o rou
Kappa Kappa Gamma initiated
six women Saturday. The following
were initiated: Betty Bird, '39, Vir- e
ginia Voorhees, '39, Helen Flitcraft,
'39, Carol AdaJs, '39, Betty Ann Um- %sRy
mel, '38, and Jeanne Geyer. '38. - 7 c-$9X 0
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