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FreshmenH ear No Stags To Be Allowed #
J To Join Swing Sessions
Prof. XVe a v erI1 "Several individuals have inquired
about joining the Swing SessionsE
Talk On Culture stag," Hope Hartwig, '38, president of
the League, said yesterday, 'but we
want it understood that only couples
The first and most imnportant thing may attend. However, this does notj
in culture is the human business ofj mean that the price must be paid bys
being well alive, Prof. Bennett Weav- one person alone, or does its mean'
┬░er of the English department empha- that the couple be the same one eachi
sized in his lecture to freshmen wom-' time."
~en at 5 p.m. yesterday in the Lydia The price for the series of Swing

For Autumn Rides
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'Frye it Date Is Set AAUW Plans
B-Y Crop And Saddle'
Fiction Exhibit
Crop and Saddle tryouts will be
held at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Bar-
I For Book Fair
boor Gymnasium, Dorothy White, '38,1
president of the club,, announced yes- E
t erday. I Noted Writers To Discuss 11
All women presenting cards show- ;
ing that they have had a physical Literature In Meetiangs
examination are eligible for consider-'
aticn. Tryouts are asked to get in Tomorrow At League
touch with Miss White at 2-2591 or
sign on the bulletin board of either ! "The Harp That Once--Or Tom
{ Barbour Gymiasium or the Women's' Jones In The kegency Period" will be
Athletic Funding. There will be a ! the subject matter of an address by
change of one dollar for tryouts. Prof. Howard Mumford Jones to be
There are several vacancies in the given at 8 p.m. tomorrow in connec-
club and' the tryouts will be judged j tion with the book fair to be held in I
on walking. trotting, cantering, ! the Grand Rapids Room of the
mounting and dismounting. Riding League by the American Association
well in a group will also be included. ! of University Women.

Mendelssohn Theatre.
In his, speech, "A Primer In 'Cul-
ture," which was the concluding one,
in the present series of OrientationI
lectures sponsored by the League,
Professor Weaver outlined the steps
to the attainment of- true culture.
First, he stated that it was necessary
to have faith in your own gift and be
grateful for it. Second, have faith
in your own joyousness ; third, have
faith. in the best, whatever that best
is for you; and lastly, accept life
heartily, go, and live.
Following the main address, Ange-
lene Maliszewski, '38, chairman of
Judiciary Council, explained the
University rules regarding discipline,
hours and house rules.


The CREST of
Beauty Shoppes
615 East Liberty Phone 3773
1205 S. University Phone 4818
A Groom-Well Permanent, Know
whit you want and ask for it.
We have it. Do not aggravate
the hair. Get a permanent that
conditions the hair.
Priced from $3.00 to $10.00

Sessions, which will be held from
7:30 p.m. to 0:30 p.mi., Wednesdays
in the League Ballroom, under the
direction of Douglas Gregory. '39, is
to be $3 a couple for the six sessions,
it was announced yesterday by Miss
Henvy And Exotic
Perfumes Replace
old Flower Scents
Gone is the sweet little miss who
Sprinkled a few drops of her mother's
best "Lilac" on her crinoline gown
when she wanted to impress her
Now, perfumes have taken a turn
to the heavier and more exotic types.
Of these Shalimar, Gardinia, My Sin,
and Golli Wog are the most popular.
China has also contributed spicey
odors-to the allure of modern women.
Chanel, that manufacturer of
subtle delicacies, has put out Number
5, which should be the answer to any
college woman's needs. Freshmen
and sophomores, the perfume for you
is the light, subtle and young scent.
For the seniors and graduate students
who are acquiring dignity, a scent
such as- "Russian Leather" is perfect.
Accompanying every latest dicta-
tion of Parisian fashion designers is a
fascinating new perfume. When the
smart women of America become as
fastidious about their perfumes as
they are about their clothes, the
women of gay Paree will have given
away their most guarded secret.

"Hats That Are Different" y
227 South State Street0

The judges will be Miss Hilda Burr, ! Professor- Jones, of Harvard Uni'
? !instructor of physical education for; versity, formerly a member of the
. women, Miss White, and Jean Harley, University English department, has
'39, assistant chairman. Supper ,rides recently completed a biography of the
' i , ... will be, held once a week, Miss White Irish poet with this title.
announced. Walter To Speak
Another meeting will be held in
connection with the day-long book
i j fair at 3 P.M. in the Grand Rapids
' Room. Mrs. Ruth Lininger Dobson,
Fete -rom ) author of "Straw In The Wind" and
To ,
Prof. Erich A. Walter of the English
B at -,v department will speak at this earlier,
meeting. Professor Weavers sub-
" { sect will be, "Adventures of an Essay
1 i Analyst." Baxter Hathaway, De-1
Smartness and practica!ity are I Foreign and American students trait poet, will also read some of his
combined in this riding habit tom- numbering 300 attended the presi- compositions. 'Mrs. Dobson and
pored sed of a plaid flannel shirt and dent's reception given at 8 p.m., yes- I Hathaway are both winners of major
gabardine breeches. Necessary to terday at the League. More than 50 j Hopwood awards.
set off the costume are the felt
countries were .represented; No Admission Char ed
hat, silk tie, boots and belt in her- 1 Receiving guests were Vice-presi- g
monious shades. Books on fiction, travel, biography,
dent and Mrs. Clarence S. Yoakum, popular science and children's books
Dean and Mrs, Joseph Bursley, Dean have been provided by a State Street;
Alice Lloyd and Professor and Mrs. bookstore for the exhibits at the fair,
j3 En gag eme nts Nelson. Mrs. Nelson chose a, velvet which will be on display from 1.0 a.m.
evening dress of black velvet with long to 9 p.m, in the Ethel Fountain Hus- l
black lace sleeves, and Dean Lloyd sey Room of the League.
was dressed in a dark figured gown Because they felt that their pro-
; I with which she wore a string of wood- grams and exhibit would be of espe-
M ade m own I en beads. cial interest to people who are not
The reception was made especially members of their chub, the A.A.U.W.
f colorful by the native costumes which, members have announced that any-
Mildred Shapley, Ralph were worn. Miss Chaku, from India, one who is interested in attending
Matthews Wed 'Sept. was outstanding in a brilliant blue will be most welcome.
1 gown with a wide border of scarlet.
In Harvard Yard i With the dress she wore native Indian J.G.F. SCRIPTS DUE OCT. 12
sandals. Mr. Aenon Kalkar, who at-
Three more University graduates tended with Mis Chaku, was dressed Any scripts or ideas for the plot
have announced their engagements all in white in typical Indian dress. of the 1938 Junior Girls Play are
and one wedding is revealed. The narrow coat was completed wi;,h due Tuesday, Oct. 12, according to
The engagement of Elsie Cannehl, ( a small white hat and full Indian silk Roberta Chissus, general chair-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman ! trousers. man.
Cannehl of Ann Arbor to Samuel, Dr. and Mrs. Kato, both professors The manuscripts can be handed
Cardone, son of Mr. Daniel Cardone' in Kyoto, Japan, attended. Mrs. Kato in at the Undergraduate Office of
of Chelsea, was announced Saturday. r was dressed in a Japanese gown in j the League or to Miss Chissus.
Mr. Cardone, a graduate engineer I large green and white figures.
of the University, class of 1932, is now ;
the resident civil engineer of the Wa- -- -- - = _- --- -- --
-- ----- - ----
terloo project. -----
Melba Morrison Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison of Buf- "
falo, New York, have announced the l!! d
engagement of their daughter, Melba, e orr " o "
'37, to Sheldon Weisberg, of Buffalo.
Miss Morrison was affiliated with (
Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mr. Weisberg more than airy other word describes the Union
graduated from Cornell University in swimming pool. But a step f role the last class
June, 1937, and was affiliated with +
Beta Sigma Rh of the 1 o. The wedding will o day the pal 11 o es cool, clean and inviting
take place in the spring. ready to splash away that tired feeling.
Mary Virginia Hitchcock, daughter
of Mr. N. M. Hitchcock of Ann Arbor OPEN 11 A.1V1. to 11 P.M.
and Walter Joseph Risdon, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Risdon of De-
troit recently announced their be-
trothal. M ichigan Miss Hitchcock is a grad- sb
uate of the University, class of 1932, T he U nion
and Mr. Risdon of the University of
Wisconsin. The wedding will take _ -- -
place here, Nov. 6.
Beta Kappa Weds
Mr, and Mrs. Harlow Shapiey an-
noumced the wedding of their daugh- 6P
ter, Mildred Louise, to Ralph Ver-
non Matthews. The wedding took
place Sept. 25 in Memorial Church, -
Harvard Yard, Cambridge, Mass.
Mrs. Matthews, '36SM, was a rhem- la m e....
ber of Delta Delta Delta sorority and t }
was a member of Phi Kappa. Phi $ or
and Phi Beta. Kappa while on cam- 4r.
pus. She was also on the music com-
mittee of Helen Newberry Residence. v
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Features 'd'en Piece Band
The annual dancing season at the
Armory has begun.
Dancing to the music of Herb
Red" Ritz and his 10-piece band is
)ffered every Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday night under the auspices j
of Company K, Ann Arbor unit of
,,.he National Guard.


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