MIDDAY, eCT, 29, 1-1
TI M ICHT ASTDATLY
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Hygiene Talks I
Will Be Given
Exemption Test To Decide,
Whether Women Must
Attenid ithealth Lectures
The women's hygiene lecture series
has been revised this, year, Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, director of physical edu-
cation for women and women's med-
ical adviser at the Health Service,
A exemption examination will bel
given to all freshmen women and tol
transfers and upperclassmen who
have not received credit for the lec-
tures, Dr. Bell said. This is new, as
up to this year everyone was obliged}
to attend every lecture in order tol
Divided Into Groups
Another marked change this year
is that those who are obliged to take
made a part of the series. The rea-
son for this change, Dr. Bell ex-
plaimed, is to make the course more
tangle and worthwhile. It is also
hoped that through this, the women
will be stimulated to further reading.!
The lectures will be given next se-
inester. Prior to this year they were;
given beginning the first week of
school. However it was believed that
the women have too many adjust-
ments to make during the first semes-
ter, Dr. Bell pointed out, and that
they would get more out of the lec-
tures the second semester.
Six Talks in Series
There will be six lectures in the
series and an examination at the end.
Dates of the exemption examination
and lectures will be announced later, I
Dr. Bell stated.,
These lectures are part of the phys-
ical education requirement for women,
and no one can graduate unless she
has attended the lectures or passedj
the exemption tests.!
Formerly, women doctors from the
Health Service gave the lectures, and
there was no opportunity for discus-
Good For Campus
Eight Students Far Eastern Crisis
. Will Be Discussed
gBy Dr. Chaih Mega
Announcements Dr. Chih Meng, w io is to give hi
lecture on the Far Eastern Crisis a
MOIOW - Bel Marria e IS p.m. Sunday in the League Ball
. room, claims direct lineal descen
Solemnized In Detroit; from Meng Tze-Mencius.
Don C. Miller Is Wed Mencius was China's foremost po
litical philosopher from 372 to 38
Eight former University students B.C. Following the political field
announced their marriages recently.; Doctor Meng has been a lecturer a
Marian Irene Bell, daughter of Mrs.' the Institute of International Affair
.John Handy McDonald of Alexandria, at the University of Virginia for fou
La., and the late Charles H. Bell of years and a delegate to the Institut
Detroit, and Earl Ernest Morrow, '37, of Pacific Relations in 1923 and 1936
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Mor- He is now Director of the Chin
row of Birmingham, were married at1 Institute in America. Dr. Meng, wh
8 a.m. Friday in the First Congre- is a native of Peiping, has recentl
gational Church of Detroit. Rev. made a 1,200 mile travel study o
Warren W. Pickett officiated at the different parts of China. His recen
service. book, "China Speaks" has attracte
The bride attended the University. a great deal of comment.
She is affiliated with Delta Delta
tDelta and was a member of the social Dr. Meng's lecture will be given un
Deeandas mer of the League. .or- der the auspices of the committee o
committee of the League. Mr. Mor- Chns eif anwyognz
row is a member of Sigma Chi and Chinese relief, a newly organize
Scabbard and Blade. He was floorI committee of American friends o
chairmandof Interfraternity Ball in China, who aim to provide authenti
1937 and a member of the Interfra- information regarding the Easter
ternity Council. Crisis.
Florence Chaiken Wed
Florence Chaikin. '36Ed., daughter Fr H
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Chaikin ofR oises 1ol)
I Gary. Ind., was married to Irving F.
Levitt, '36, son of Mr. and Mrs. e
Charres Levitt, Sunday, Oct. 10. Mr.
Levitt was president of Kappa Nu.
president of Kappa Tau Alpha, a D ances To ah]
member of the Daily staff and a
bn f iriig T-arley TB wa_
League '(,: Feature!) To YakiiI Flk MAari' Cook Gives
'Sw catei' Sh.-tff Ha ra it i wto ljloweeni Dinner11
A Sweater Shuffle will be held from
s 9 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in the
t League Ballroom. according to Flor-
- ence McConkey. '38, vice-president of;
t the League in charge of the dances.
Charlie Zwick and the members of
- his orchestra will be dressed in sports
9 clothes for this Halloween dance and
I those attending the dance are to do
ilikewise, Miss McConkey said. The;
t women should wear sweaters and
skirts and the men are to wear sports;
ly GIFT BOXES-
at 9 PARTY CANDIES
dl * CHOCOLATES
d PECAN BARK
* ALMOND TOFFEE
n* PEANUT BRITTLE
Dean C. S. Yoakum will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the opening meet-!
ing of the Graduate Education Club,
to be held at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.1
2, in the University ElementaryI
School. His subject will be 'The New
Graduate Building and Graduate Ed-
All graduate students in education;
are invited to attend. The club
plans for the year will be discusseda
following the talk. Refreshments will
Nakiba Totuz, '39, won the prize
for the prettiest costume at a Hal-
lowe'en dinner. held yesterday at
Martha Cook Building. Ruth Hart-
man. '39, wore the funniest costume.
Mary Jane Kehoe, Hendrika Var,
Doorn, Alice Jo Sandford, Virginia
Palmer. Virginia Caldwell, Leone
Moore, Carol Jean O'Rourkc and Vir-
ginia Hart won the prize for the clev-
erest costumes. They were Flint pick-
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memner of Spring parley. He was
also treasurer of the freshman class. The Hallowe'en week-end starts off
Mr. and Mrs. George Gold an- tonight with two fraternity dances
nounce the marriage of their daugh- and one sorority, and one dormitory
ter, Audrey, to Burt Sanders, son of party.
Mrs. Lillian Sanders on Oct. 10. Mr. Adelia Cheever House is giving its
The typical campus outfit con- Sanders, who attended the University, party amidst corn stalks and pump-
sists of natural colored polo coat, is affiliated with Kappa Nu. kins. Guests will play Hallowe'en
bright wool skirt with matching Carolyn Morse, daughter of Mr. and a.m., according to Ruth Holmen, '38
sweater and skull cap. Sport shoes Mrs. Frederick H. Morse of Detroit, social chairman
complete the costume which, in and Don Clark Miller, '36, son of Mr. sa chairman.
An informal radio dance will be
spite of its simplicity, is always and Mrs. W. W. Barnes of Marion, held by Alpha Gamma Delta, chap-
smart. Ind., were married Saturday, Oct. 16, eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mills,
S p Curch in Mr. and Mrs. Srnest Johnson, and
Detroit. Mrs. Sarah B. Tennant.
CHAPTER HOUSE Editor Of Gargoyle Chaperoning Lambda Chi Alpha's
Mr. Miller was editor of the Gar- Charide and radio dance will be Mr.
ACT IVITY NOTES goyle in 1936. He is a member of and Mrs. Russell Price, Mr. and Mrs.
Phi Kappa Psi and Sphinx, junior A. J. Eardley, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
n's honor society. Miss Dorothy Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. William
Alpha Delta Pi B Bcke cdaughte oA. Coltand Mrs Steere of Ann Arbor, according to
Alpha Delta Pi announces the Lawrence McKay, '38.
pledging of Marian Conde, '41, of 35. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex k The Phi Delta Thetas are holding
Flint. ~~~~were married Saturday, Oct. 16, in fimlfo ~.tl
Flint. Kappa Del Christ Church Chapel, Grosse Pointe. their pledge formal from 9pmti
Kappa DeltaM.PrisaflaewihiSga 1 a.m. today, according to Bob Mix,!
Kappa Delta announces the pledg- Kr Park is affiliated with Phi Sigma '40, social chairman. Chaperones will
ing of Helen Nutting, '41, of Detroit, Mr. and M's.John A. Miller of be Mrs. Garry Mott, Dr. William!M
Martha Bill, '40, of Detroit, and Wil- Ani Arbo- Mrsentlyhannunce th Brace. and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wis-
ma Stevens, '41, of Saulte Ste. Marie. marriage of their daughter, Natalie, teit.
Kappa Sigma to John N. Griffith. '38, son of Mr. .
William Smith, '38, has been chosen and Mrs. John A. Griffith of Jackson
social chairman of Kappa Sigma. Miss.
Gale Long, '38, of Detroit, has beenI -- OSIERY SHOPPE
pledged. H SER jO.
Phi Sigma Sigma 1AelltraIl ("0111in .ttLC('Michigan Theatei Bldg
Now becomes one of your most
important accessories at dinner
the smartest, most unusual
development of the evening
Mostly Black - - Some Colors
Sixes 22 - 23
Introducing the new higher
crown roller. . a leader for
the younger set. The sea-
son's. new colors. Dobbs
accurate headsizes. $750
309 South State Stret - At the Dillon Shop
out tte teet u o
INDEPENDENT WOMEN j
The first meeting of the Ann Ar-
bor Independent Women will be held
At 4:30 p.m. today in the Hostess
Room of the League, according to
Jean McConkey, '38, president.
Plans for Assembly Week and
Banquet will be discussed and new
officers will be elected.
All independent women living in
Ann Arbor, either with their families
or with friends, are invited to become
members of the group, Miss McCon-
MONTh - END - SALE
GOODYEAR'S Once-a-Month Clearance of all odd lots, broken size ranges and
slightly soiled merchandise at decisive price reductions for a quick disposal. Includ-
ed is women's and children's wearing apparel, also many things for the home.
No Telephone Calls
Let one of our ope-
rators show you how
flattering a Person-
alized Coiffure can
Due to national reorganization Phi
Sigma Sigma has deferred pledging
to a future date. Thisrdate will be
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta announces the ;
pledging of Jean Peterson, '41, of
BOWLING TO BEGIN SOON I
The W.A.A. bowling alleys will of-
ficially open Monday, announced Dr.
Margaret Bell, director of physical
education for women.
MissRuth Helsel, instructor ofr
physical education for women will
be in charge of the bowling.t
For Cabaret Mees
Plans for the 1937 Sophomore Cab-
aret got under way yesterday at a
meeting of ,the central committee
under the leadership of Jean Smith,
The names of those women who
petitioned for committee positions
will be presented at the next meeting
on Monday. They will be assigned C
to committees according to their pref-
erences as stated in the petitions. A1
mass meeting of sophomore women
will be called in the near future for
is our Specialty!
RAGGEDY ANN SHOP
1114 S. University Ph. 7561
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DAYTIME DRESSES ... $9.98 to $19.98
42 tailored and afternoon dresses .. . long and short sleeved -.-
silks and wools . . . black and costume colors . . . sizes 12 to 20.
Formerly priced from $16.95 to $35.00.
FORMALS and DINNE: GOWNS
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21 of them reduced from $19.75 to $35.00. Nets . . . taffetas
. and satins, many with jackets . . . sizes 12 to 20.
2 TAN POLO COATS .......... reduced to $14.98 each
1 TAN CASUAL COAT .......... reduced to .. $19.98
13 LUSTRATONE TOPCOATS .. reduced to $19.98 each
6 Large Chiffon Kerchiefs .
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29 Chiffon and Crepe Scarfs...
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150 Pure Linen Handkerchiefs
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50 Pieces Costume Jewelry....
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20 pes. Neckwear . . . Flowers
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wide brimmed off-face bonnets,
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52 Girdles and Corselettes...
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Pink 'nid Blue Packaged Dust-
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4 Fostoria Gold Tint "Baroque"
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