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FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1937

TIE 'MICHIG~AN DAILY

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Freshmen

See

A Possible 'Scarlett'

iBurners Of Midnight Oil' Use
Perfume, Rain Hats And Signs

Fiesta Movies
At Mass Meet
Extra-Curricular Activities
Are Outlined For Group
By Upperclassmen
A p p r o x i m a t e 1 y 300 first-year
Women attended the freshman mass
meeting held yesterday at the League
to explain the extra-curricular activ-
ities for which freshmen will be elig-
ible next semester.
Jenny Petersen, '39, general chair-
man of the 1936 Freshman Fiesta, de-
scribed the problems encountered in
the staging of the production last
year. Colored moving pictures of the
Fiesta, taken by Miss Ruth Bloomer,
of the physical education depart-
ment, were shown.
Charlotte D. Rueger, '37, president
of the League, introduced the speak-
ers on the program. The heads of
the various League committees talked
on the work of their special depart-
ments. They are Harriet Heath, '37,
social chairman; Margaret Guest, '37,
theatre-arts chairman; H a r r i e t
Hathaway, '37, house reception head;
Marjorie Mackintosh, '37, head of
publicity; and Rita Wellman, '37,
merit system chairman
Grace Woodley, '37, League vice-
president from the College of Archi-
tecture, who is in charge of the four
League candy booths in University
Hall and various dormitories, spoke
on the duties in connection with this
project. Jewel Wuerfel, '37, women's
editor of The Daily, spoke on work
on University publications.
Maryanna Chockley, '37, head of
Judiciary Council, spoke on the inter-
Viewing and recommendations done
by that body. She announced that
petitioning for Freshman Project
would take place from March 8 to 13
and that petitioning for committee
positions would be held the first
week of the new semester.
Miss Chockley explained that all'
applicants for central positions on
the Freshman Project are interviewed
by Judiciary Council. The Council
selects the candidate which it con-
siders most eligible for each office
and submits the names to the Under-
graduate Council for final approval.
Qfff
IWhere To Go
Drama: 8:30 p.m., Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre, "The Yeomen of the
Guard."
Theatre: Michigan, "Sing Me A
Love Song," with James Melton andt
Patricia Ellis; Majestic, "Sworn En-
emy," with Robert Young, and "Can2
This Be Dixie," with Jane WithersI
and Slim Summerville; Wuerth,
"Rose Bowl," with Eleanore Whitney,
and "Devil on Horsebavk," with Fred
Keating; Orpheum, "The Last of the
Mohicans," with Randolph Scott,
and "Spendthrift," with Henry Fon-
da.

Finals, J-Hop
Limit Parties
For Week-End;

Waterman To Lead LECTURES FOR FARM WIVES
Women attending the Annual
Problem DiscussIon Farm Week Celebration at Michigan
State College Feb. 1 to 5 with their
Prof. Leroy Waterman, of the de- husbands, will have a program of lec-
partment of oriental languages and I tures especially for themselves this

With A Book For A Pillow,
And A 'Coke' To Drink
Cramming Is Easier
By BETTY LAUER
With exams in the all-too-near

get "under way" in studying for
finals, the age-old method of writing
yourself a note worded insultingly,
such as "Study for that final, you
goon," and pasting it up in a very
conspicuous place, is almost infallible.
For those who are unimpressed by

literatures, will speak to members of
As proof of the fact that finals and the Roger Williams Guild at 6:15 p.m.
J-Hop are drawing very near only Sunday on the topic, "Adjustment to
three parties are scheduled for this Divine Providence." Professor Wa-
week-end. I terman's talk will be the second in
Delta Tau Delta will hold a closed the current series on student prob-

year. Miss Evelyn Lobey, Iew York
City stylist, will giveslectures on style,
dress designs and selection. Mem-
bers of the faculty of the Home Ec-
onomics department will also give
lectures on fashion and choice of
clothes.

future, everyone is digging up and this, getting a friend to surprise you informal dance tonight, according
dusting off hidden superstitions and with insulting messages tacked up all to Vincent Butterly, '39, sopial chair-(
supposed aids in passing them. Al- over the room usually proves effec- man. The chaperons will be Mr.+
though some feel that if they are tive. and Mrs. W. W. Gilbert and Mr.
revealed the spell will be broken, Cokes Are Sure-Fire and Mrs. Wilmot F. Pratt. Russ An-7
there are a few who are willing to During the pxam period various derson's orchestra will play. 1
part with their theoretical, or in and sundry means of acceleration Martha Cook Building will hold its
some cases, tried and true methods of are used, and the drug stores are kept winter formal dance tonight. Sally
studying for finals, and the rest of busy sending out orders of extra- Kenny, '39Ed., is the chairman of the]
us are definitely open to suggestion. E strong cokes, in which even the sanest affair. The decorations will consist
Sleep On The Books of us have faith. It is conservatively of colored ballrooms and flowers.
One girl on campus has a theory estimated that beer consumption hits About midnight supper will be served.
that sleeping on the books is a sure a pretty good high during this time, Music is to be furnished by Bill Sav-
method of absorbing some of the used, we are told, more as a method yer and his orchestra. The chaper-
much-needed facts before that vital of escape and relaxation than for ons will be Miss Mary Gleason and
exam. She didn't specify as to wheth- furthering study tendencies. Coffee Miss Sara Roe.
er or not this action was to be fol- is popular for those who are less pic- The sophomore architects will go
lowed in the library, but it is a safeueburners of the midnight on a sleigh ride at 7:30 p.m. to-
guess that she meant it to be used morrow'if there is snow, it was an-
only in desperation, and in the pri- nounced by Barbara Jane Talcott,
vacy of one's bedroom. Another Philipson Defines '39Arch., who is in charge of the
helpful soul informs us that this sys- affair. Those going will meet at the
t -b b A A tt w hp _

lems which is being sponsored by the
guild under the leadership of Robert
Small, '38, social chairman.
Continuing the series, Dr. E. W.
Blakeman will discuss some of the
problems of university students Jan.
31. Mr. D. E. Gary of the Ann Ar-
bor High School faculty spoke on
pre-college conflicts last Sunday.

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Jewelry and
Watch Repairing
HALLER'S Jewelry
State at Liberty

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WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO GET MORE!
%or All Active"
Sports ,j)

-- Associated Fress Photo
Twenty-year old Susan Fall-
igant, junior at the University of
Georgia, has been offered a con-
tract for tests for the role of Scar-
lett O'Hara in the screen version
of "Gone With the Wind." Miss
Falligant is the daughter of Col.
and Mrs. L. A. Falligant of Ft.
McPherson, Ga.
Accuracy-, Skill
Areo Developed
In Rifle Class
Membership in the NRA is offered
to Michigan women. But in this case
those three letters stand for Na-
tional Rifle Association.'
Rifle is one of the nmany sports
offered to university women. On this
campus no fee is charged for it, as is
customary other places. Ammuni-
tion, guns (six Springfield army rifles
with 22 barrels) and targets are given
free of charge.
The rifle season lasts from Decem-
ber to March and this year there are
25 students who fire for half-hour
periods twice a week at the range
near the Women's Athletic Build-
ing. This is more than twice the
number who turned out last year.
Frances Odell, '38, is captain 'of the
team and Major Kelly of the R.O.T.C.
has helped by giving instruction two
days a week..

em worxs even petter wnen notes
are used, as notes are infinitely more
comfortable to rest one's head on.
"Clear your head with the gentle
odor of your favorite scent," cries one
girl, who claims that studying, with
a small bottle of your favorite per-
fume held about a half inch away
from your nose is a sure-fire route
to more effective studying. This
semester will be her first time she has
tried gardenia scent, but she claims1
to have proved her point with herj
favorite scent of former years, sweet
pea.
Try 'Rain Hat'
Another person has, according to
her own statement, found that study-
ing with her "rain hat" on is ex-I
tremely beneficial in getting results
on that final. That she firmly be-
lieves in this system is proved by
the fact that she laboriously drags
back each year a very dilapidated
brown hat, which she uses as a "rain
hat" throughout the year. This meth-
od, she says, is good, despite the fact
that one's friends raise their eye-I
brows and tap their foreheads.
For the type that cannot seem to
shooting, according to Miss Odell.
There are so many different kinds
of guns and sites that interesting col-
lections can be made. It is also a
worthwhile sport to pursue after col-
lege, for after the initial cost it is

n gen And miarchen
The differences between German
sagen and marchen were explained
yesterday by Prof. Ernst A. Philipp-
son in an illustrated lecture on
"Rheinsagen and rheinische Roman-,
tik" which he gave at the meeting
of the Deutscher Verin in Angell
Hall.
Professor Philippson, who is an au-
thority on the Rheinland, explained
that both types of writings are leg-
ends, but that the sagen are pessi-
mistic fables usually connected with
definite persons and places, while the
marchen are optimistic fairy tales,
With happy endings, concerning sym-
bolic personalities. These legends
were revived by the nineteenth cen-
tury Romanticists, Professor Phil-
ippson said, who added touches of
their own to them. It is probable
that if it had not been for these ro-
mantic writers the legends would
have been lost.
Slides of castles and cathedrals
along the Rhine were shown and
Professor Philippson told some of the
fables and stories which have sprung
up around these edifices. He told
how the people believe that the mas-
ter builder of the cathedral at Co-
logne sold his soul to the Devil who
in the form of a puppy dog came to
claim it.

School of Architecture and sleigh out
to a mill on the Huron River Road
where there will be dancing. The
chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Bittanger and Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
'Brigham.
DELTA UPSILON
Prof. and Mrs. John S. Worley and
Prof. and Mrs. Charles E. Koella will
be entertained at Sunday dinner at
the Delta Upsilon house, according to
Hugh Hayward, '38, social chairman.

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so attractive with suits
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comparatively inexpensive. Many
national rmatches are open to mem-1 GAMMA PHI BETA
bers of the NRA. However, Miss Gamma Phi Beta entertained
Odell thinks that rifle's best feature members of the faculty at a dinner at
is that it is an individual sport and 6:15 p.m. yesterday. Guests includ-
that in shooting, one is one's own ed Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacLaughlin,
greatest opponent. and Prof. and Mrs. Henry E. Adams.

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