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193

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Patrons

And Patronesses

For

Senior

Ball Are

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1938 Rushin
Rules Rev
New Rushees Will '
By Information B
Revised rushing rules fo
announced by Stephanie Pa
president of Panhellenic As
include an information boot
lobby of the League and seve
or changes in the rushing sy
The sorority houses will f
same procedure as last yea
the two weeks of formal
which will start on Saturd
24. There will be teas on t
urday and the following
Dinners will be given on
Wednesday and Friday, and
dinner or luncheon may be g
urday. The same schedulev
tinue the'next week and th
dinners will take place on
and Tues ay, Oct. 10 and 11
Bidding lists from the hou
be in Wednesday,,Oct. 12 an
ence slips will be given to th
on Thursday, Oct. 13. Th
will be pledged the follow
urday.
Assistant rushing chairmi
all the sororities will be in c
the information booth andt
offer aid to the new women
Women who wish ,to be ru
the various sororities must p
of 50 cents at the booth ort
not be rushed, Miss Parfets
women will receive the Inter
booklet at the time they reg
This booklet will act as a s
for the freshman booklet w
distributed last year.

SHOW-
Your First Golde'
inthis Dashin
Off -the-Fac

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WHITE H)
$2.00 ?up

g Doctor Banishes Warts Dance Guests S ipes B ighten Gown Junkers Ger
Bisedl y Old-Time Methods3 Made Known Highly Prize
Fantastic old superstitions about "_____
Benefit sacuring warts have been found to BairF Story Of Lasalle Kent
;havefi have a sound psychological basis, ac- ;____4-~oy "sa~ ~.ff
ooth cording to Dr. Arnold, Health Serv- Originated After W
ice physician. Dance To Be Held At I. M.
r 1939 as The principle underlying these Buildi ; Color M ToldByMissHoef
arfet, '39, cures is being used successfully to- Oag Blue By ANN VICARY
sociation, ent European skin specialist has cured Junkers is not a Seeing Eye
th in the 90 per cent of his patients with a new Governor Frank Murphy and Mrs. Seven years ago Miss Ruth Ho
eral min- mental treatment. William B. Teaham will lead the list y blind 'Ann Arnor woman, board
stem. ( Those who come to him to have of patrons for the Senior Ball, to bei f there to receive the fifth of the
ollow the warts removed are told to draw the held Friday, June 17, Neil Levenson, bred German Shepherd dogs w
I utline of their hand and fill in the 38, general chairman, announced had been brought from German
warts lifesize. The doctor gives them a yeseray America by Mr. J. L. Sinykin, o
rushing, date, three or four weeks ahead, when The list includes Regent and Mrs. fof the LaSalle Kennels.
ay, Sept. ike expects them to mail to him the Junius E. Beal, Regent and Mrs. sThe histo f he aSalle Ke
that Sat- drawing with a statement that they Franklin M. Cook, Regent Esther V. as M Hoef tells it i fascina
Sunday. have been satisfactorily cured. Cram and Mr. Cram, Regent and Shortly after the World War a y
Monday, The University Health Service does Mrs. David H. Crowley, Regent and German offcer conceived the id
either a not use psyc ological treatment, ac- Mrs. Charles F. Lhemans, Regent and Re training dogs to guide the b
ive Sa o s scoogcltetetc Mr . - .Lnh eetadMs, hs ubr a envsl
will con- cording to Dr. Arnold, because they MRalph n R. Stone, Regent and Mrs. Ed-whose numbers had been vastls
ie formal not wish to be responsible for mund C. Shields, Eugene B. Elliot, ceeded and when Sinykin, an A
Monday fIState Superintendent of Public In- xican business man whose hobby
L. struction and Mrs. Elliot, President dogs, visited Germany in 1926
Iand Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Vice- htHrLa erKeir
ses must Garden Clubs Elect I President and Mrs. James D. Bruce brought Herr Lambert Kreimer
d prenr-u Vice-President and Mrs. Shirley Wpftwo dogs back to America with
e women Officers F Vice-President and Mrs. il WThese two dogs, Lux and Eric,
e womene Smith, Vice-President and Mrs. Ciar- the first two guide dogs in Ame
ing Sat- ence S. Yoakum and Registrar and
in a-Mrs. Ira M. Smith hveaso been precedingth establishment o
Retaining all former officers with invited . have a been & Seeing Eye by thi'ee years.
en from 1 the exception of first vice-president Senator Given First Dog
harge of Mrs. E. W. DeLano who will become h Gs.+ The first. of these dogs, Lux,
he o of the directors for three years, Others will be Dean Henry C. An pesented to Senator Thomas &
they will one o h ietr o he erderson, Dean.- UlidnsenaorsfrmHMinesota
students. the Federated Garden Clubs of Mich- Dean and Mrs. Henry blind senator from Minnesota,
ushed by igan concluded their convention pro- Bates, Dean and Mrs. Wells I. Ben for years the two were constant c
pay a fee ceedings here yesterday. nett, Dean and Mrs. Russell W. Bunt panions. Lux died when he re
ay a feds ing, Dean and Mrs. Joseph A. Bur- to eat or drink for days dur
said. The Shirley Symons of Saginaw, presi ley, Dean and Mrs. Samuel T. Dana forced absence of the Senator,
-Sorority dent; Mrs. Cyrus Kinsman of Gross Deanand Mrs. JamesCB. Edmonson shortly after his death the Be
-Srrt et r.CrsKnmno rseDean and Mrs. Albert C. Furstenber g, my was killed while being led across
gister. tIe, second vice-president; Mrs.
ubstitute Charles A. Shierson of Detroit treas- Dean and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Dean street by his secretary to pw
ubtutChreA.hiroofDtot. and Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Dean letr
hich was urer; Mrs. C. C. Meloche, recording Alice C. Lloyd and Dean and Mrs.letter.
Fsecretary Hebers At 6 p.m. one night in 1930
Herbert C. Sadler. Hoefer was listening to ther
Deans Included On List rwhen an announcer introduced S
Included in the list are DeC4 _ -kin, Kreimer, and Junkers who
Byrl F. Bacher, Dean and Mrs. Alfred to be featured in a news broad
)FF H. Lovell, Dean and Mrs. Peter Ok-
Dean and;Mrs. Charles T lhousecoats for the summer have Freed From Dependence By D
Olmsted, Dean Jeannette Perry, Dean been designed in a multitude of Interested in the possibility of
' Ta "and Mrs. Walter B. Rea, and Presi- gay colors and prints. This dirndl vacy and independence from hu
dent and Mrs. Charles A. Sink. Lieu- housecoat, in candy stripes, will companionship, Miss Hoefer u
tenant-Colonel and Mrs. Basil D. Ed- help one to keep cool and fresh the letter which a year later res
g wards, Prof. and Mrs. Edwin M. Ba- on the hottest days. The coat, as in her possession of Junkers, m
e ker, Prof. and Mrs. Lewis M. Ora, well as serving as a negligee, and as her the first woman to own a g
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hammett, something cool to slip on in the dog in Michigan.
Prof-Emeritus and Mrs. Jonathan H. evening, can also be utilized as a Since that time the 90-pound
AT y iHildner, Prof. and Mrs. William P. beach coat. A swim suit in one of has been with her constantly.
r. Wood, Prof. and Mrs. Elmer D. Mit- the colors predominating in the gether they have traveled to Chi
chell and Miss Ethel McCormick. bold stripes will strike the dominat- Kalamazoo and made num4
Conclude Patrons' List ing note of the ensemble. shorter trips, always returnin
ConcludePatrons'_List_ Ann Arbor, w here M iss H oefer is
Others on the patrons list are Dr. copying a book in Braille which
and Mrs. Carl J. Coe, Dr. and Mrs. Alumnus Writes Verses the history of guide dogs in Am
r s H at Shop Arthur B. Moehlman, Dr. and Mrs. his book is t be laced in a D
Walter J. Nungester, Dr. and Mrs. For New Michigan oiig library, and is being copied r
4 East Liberty Street Raleigh Schorling, Dr. and Mrs: Mal- Verses for a Michigan song en- book written by the man who o
colm H. Soule and Dr. and Mrs. Mel Vn shb tten by the an Ko
u-vidle B. Stout, Dr. and Mrs. Howard titled "My Michigan have been sent the third of the LaSalle Ke
B. Lewis. The rest of the patrons by Colonel Charles Lincoln McGuire, dogs.Keeps Vigilant Watch
will include Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Al- L.L.B., '96, to Earl V. Moore, Di- Throughout the interview Ju
dermah, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Birken-'
stock, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Gooch, rector of the School of Music. lay at the fee' of his mistress,
Mrs. Irene B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. The poem was written for a ban- ring only once when she rose t
I. Krugliak, Mr. and Mrs. John J. quet, recently held in Oklahoma City some pictures. In that instan
Levenson, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew by alumni of the Law School. The watched her until she reache
Mann., Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Myers, Mr. author, Colonel McGuire, has offered door, then went to the door to f
and Mrs. Wilfred B. Shaw, Mr. and the poem to anyone interested in her with his eyes until she retu
ino uMrs. J. S. Slezak, Mr. and Mrs. F. composing music for it. He is now 11 years old-just on
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Sprau, -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Spooner, --
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wangelin, and Mr. You'll want .
and Mrs. Leroy Weir.
to go HOME
,e Perfum one of these gay K
To Emphasize little
FlowerScents WHITE SPORT HATS
Whether you believe in using one
perfume consistently or varying your $1.95 up
perfume for the occasion or mood,
you will want to shift to lighter fra-

1grances for summer. Eaux de Co S C H I L L E R M ILLINERY
lognes, toilet-waters and sachets are 219 SOUTH MAIN
cool and refreshing in floral odors.
Some of the new summer perfumes -
combine several floral odors, or have -- -
slight accents of spice, and you can
find them In the always-popular
heliotrope, white violet or carnation.
When you choose a perfume to take CMU OLIE
on your vacation, remember that its
scent may change in hot weather, ati-
the shore, or in the mountains, so if in smooth white Ca
., your favorite perfume has unaccount-
ably changed, wait until the return of
cooler whether or the end of your
vacation to use it again.
Pine is still the favored scent for
bath oil and soap. It is now found
in toiletwaters as well, so that it
may be sprayed on lightly after the
bath for a lasting fragrance. Finely
u want them . . . dainty NEW powdered bath salts in pastel
. happily low priced!. Lovely shades make a froth of bubbles under
the water from the faucet, adding a
ol to wear . . . hard to wrinkle decorative note to the bath. These
are best for summer in lavender scent.
p you daisy-fresh all Summer! For summer dancing remember to
use perfume on large squares of chif-
oleros, jacket rocks, princess fon to float from your wrist, and Yout cai forget the weather no matter hoW far
ks-softly tailored frocks that touch it also to your throatuand to
the curls on the nape of your neck.' ' l e1whe o'r erigtis o
ay and night! All daintily shoe. Air cotiditioned with side vents and per
-HOSIERY forations . . .inednim heel ... white only.

Robe
60

man Guide Dog,
d By Blind Resident
els; year the junior of Buddy, famous
Seeing Eye dog who died last week
ar, -and one can feel the fear of his
r death which hangs over the house-
hold.
Commands Given In German
dog. A blue cross fixed to the dog's
efer, collar and a long stiff handle at-
ed a tached to his harness are the only
sota, means of distinguishing this couple
ure- as they walk down the street. The
hich dog walks slightly ahead of his mis-
y to tress in order to control her move-
wner ments better. Since he was born
and trained in Germany all his com-
nnels mands are given in German, and in
ting. addition this protects them from
oung commands carelessly given by pass-
ea of ers-by.
lind, Moving confidently down the
in- street, Miss Hoefer and Junkers il-
suc- lustrate the assurance with which
mer- more and more blind are being en-
was abled to face the world. This work
, he cannot spread too rapidly.
and
him. Baseball Game Is Taken
were
rica, By Betsy Barbour Team
the. Betsy Barbour defeated Alpha Chi
Omega in softball today by the score
was of 10 to 3 'in the finals of the class B
hall, tournament. Tomorrow they will en-
and gage Jordan Hall's team which' won
com- the class A tournament. The game
fused will be played at 4:30 p.m. at Palmer
ng a Field.
and
nator Xlnounce Recent Pledging
s the
st a Phi Kappa Tau announces the
pledging of Ned Miller, '41, of San-
Miss dusky, O.
radio
3iny-
were
cast.
g . SUMM E
pri-
man White felt
xrote
ulted Black and navy str
.king
guide SPRIN(
dog
To- In dark straws. Unu
cago,
erous $1
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busy
tells
erica.
etroit
om a 309 South State Street
wned
nnel's -
nkers
stir-
o get
ce he
d the
ollow
rned.
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YOU'LL LIVE in cottons th
Summer-andnow's the time
buy them. This year's cott
and your choice of smart, your
styles is BIGGER than eve
Pick your cottons today!

Dotted Swisses! Batistes!
Shantungs! Piques! Seersucker
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trimmed.

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