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September 30, 1936 - Image 6

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Prof. Slosson
To Coirmene

Suggest Red Coa
As Center 01 Fall Where To Go

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Lecture eries ATh tres: Majestic, "Pcpper~ with
Al>.anclonin the ideathat black Jane Withers and "Star for a Night"
and brown are the only practical with Claire Trevor; Michigan, "Stage
Civil War In Spain Ti le colors around which to plan the fall Struck" with Dick Powell and Joan
SUbijctL ( f First Two wardrobe, fashion this year suggests Blondell; Orpheum, "Desire" with
TBy h toria1 that you choose a red tep-coat as the Marlene Dietrich and "Here Comes
mainstay of your autumn outfits. Trouble" with Paul Kelly; Wuerth,
The first of a series of seven lec- The coat may be fiarea and casual "Pursuit" with Chester Morris and
tures to be given by Prof. Preston W. with the smart lines that characterize "Timothy's Quest" with Dickey
this season's fall models, or you may
Slosson of the history department select a fitted coat tpped luxurious- Moore.
will be held at 4:15 p.m. Monday, ly by fur. Support this with a black Lectures: Freshman orientation
Oct. 11 at the Lydia Mendelssohn dress, a brown and a blue, and you'll lecture, 5 p.m. in .the Lydia Mendels-
theatre. The topic of that lecture, as have a wardrobe that bespeaks dash sohn Theatre, with a talk, "College
well as that of the second in the and variety. hsConduct," by Dean Alice C. Lloyd
series, which is scheduled for, Oct. One dress might be a dressy black ad"orUiest"b hrot
s19, withe iv ward d in r Spain. crepe edged about the neck and pock- and "Your University" by Charlotte
19, will be the civil war in Spain. Its with black or jewel-colored velvet. Rueger, '37, president of the League;
The A.A.U.W., which is sponsoring Other trimmings suggested for the University Lecture by Sir Joseph
the lectures, has announced through more formal afternoon frock are se- Barcroft, Professor in Physiology in
Mrs. Edgar Johnston, chairman of quins, embroidery and cire braid. Cambrid Uirtnl y i
the committee in charge, that the For the woman who favors very tail- moving pictures, at 4:15 p.m., Natural
phases of current history to be dis- cred dresses, black broadcloth also Science Auditorium.
cussed at the remainder of the lec- trimmed with cire braid is perfect.
tunres will be. in Dart. determined by f1

Sponsor Announces
Practices In Hockey
Open practices in women's intra-
mural hockey will take place from
4:15 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays gild
Thursdays during the period of for-
mal rushing, it was announced re-
cently by Miss Marie Hartwig, fac-
ulty sponsor.
Teams will be selected and games
played later on in the season. Invi-
tational me'ets are to be held with
tther schools
303 N. Division - 8876
Luncheons - 11 :30 - 1 :30
Dinners - - 5:30-7:30
Sunday Dinners
12:30 -2:30
Room For Private Parties

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I may be made use of as often as
v be obtained from members of the
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eA tiv ies the audience. Those attending theG
111. j lectures will be given the opportunity
Temporarily to submit questions from the floor orz
in writing, and Professor Slosson will
The volleyball tournament will be deal with these questions at succeed-t
Thspendoleyal atournen ing lectures. Questions concerning
suspended until after the formal sor- the background or present situation
ority rushing period, it was decided in some country will be acceptable.
yesterday at a general meeting of the The coming general election in this
different house sports managers. country will be discussed at those
However, the tennis, archery, golf lectures held before the elections.
and riding tournaments will continue Each lecture will be followed by an
and those interested are urged to open forum.
sign up as soon as possible on the The dates of the lectures are Mon-
bulletin boards in Barbour Gymna- day, Oct. 5; Monday, Oct. 19; Thurs-
sium and the W.A.A. Building. The day, Nov. 19; Wednesday, Jan. 6;
Wednesday mixed sport participa- Wednesday, Feb. .0; Wednesday
tin, though scheduled to begin nowM ch3a dnesday. Api 3.T
will be postponed until a little later MprchforatickesnforatheAsries is $1,
in the season.pandoticketsf r esWis
Points will be reconverted later on and tickets are available at Wahr's
book store.
in the season for those who wish to
get .the W.A.A. scarfs in the new
award system, it was announced re-
cently by the women's physical edu-
cation department. Under the newI
rules, two seasons of participation
in a sport are necessary to secure ant

A brfUWn Wool Outit fashioned
along straight slim lines would be
striking with the red coat. Either
navy blue or the coronation blue 'so
popular at the moment might be

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