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THE MI HIGAN DAILY

PAGE F&E

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

eAGE FiVE

Hygiene Tests I Engugeit Told Activities This Week ncli
For Exemption Two Concerts, Lectures
Are Tomorrow
By SUZAN'NE POTTER tion on Thursday night in Hill Audi-
Regular Lectures To Be This week brings two big-time torium. This year the title of his lee
personalities to the stage of Hill Audi-
Given Next Semester;; torium, as well as a host of other:ture will be "News of the Day," and
To Last For Six Weeks activities of more local interest. will probably cover current politics
At 4:15 p.m. today fcur members in Europe. He returned from the
Exemption tests for the hygiene of the music school faculty will give continent a few weeks ago afte
lectr es will be given in all the phys- a concert in Hill Auditorium. Maud spending time studying political
ical education classes tomorrow and Okkelberg, pianist Joseph Brinkman, trends and interviewing famous per
Tuesday, Dr. Margaret Bell, medical.paistenArthurinHackettntenors aed
advisor for women, announced yes- 'IWassily Besekirsky violinist, will sonalities. Mr. Kaltenborn, the stac
terday. f. cato-voiced CBS commentator, ha
This is the first year that exemp-}erw take part. ca-ced CBS aomm entr n
tion tests have been given. Up to Films To Be Shown reported every major news event ir
this time 11 women were required to hTonight the Art Cinema League the last 15 years, according to th
thistim al womn wre equied o fOratorical Association.
attend the lectures and to pass a test, presents the second in its series of
in order to graduate. Upperclassmen, "Some Memorable American Films," Friday and Saturday a film callec
who have not yet passed the test, and which was collected and released by "The Spanish Earth," will be shown at
freshmen who do not take physical the Museum of Modern Art in New the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Thi
education may attend one of the JEAN SEELEY York. Today's movies will be "Gertie movie, brought by the Art Cinema
classes tomorrow or Tuesday and take; the Dinosaur"; "His Bitter Pill"; League, will have the narration by
the examination, Dr. Bell pointed "The Freshman," starring Harold novelist Ernest Hemingway.
out. Special provision, however, will #Lloyd: Walt Disney's famous cartoon, Spanish War Shown
be made for those who are incomplete '"Skeleton Dance"; and Roberti It has been said by one who. has
in their hygiene requirements. Benchley giving a lecture on the "Sex seen the picture that "it is excellent
The regular lectures have been ' W ll e Life of a Polyp. It consists of actual scenes of th(
reorganized this year. They will be Islamic Art in Spain," an illustrat- Spanish war, more artfully presentee
given during the second semester ed lecture by Prof. Aga-Oglu of the than a fast-moving American produc-
rather than the first as in past years. V. W. Greene Is Fiance; fine arts department, will be given at tion of the same type would be."
It is planned that the women taking 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Room D. Al- Richard Crooks, tenor of opera,
the lectures will be organized into I No Weddig Date Is Set umni Memorial Hall. iadin and concert, comes Friday night
groups of about 75 each. This way, H. V. Kaltenborn makes his second as the third Choral Union performer
Dr. Bell explained, it is hoped that Mr. and Mrs. Dana E. Seeley of Ann 1 appearance in Ann Arbor under the of the season. Although Mr. Crooks
the students will get more out of the Arbor announce the engagement of auspices of the Oratorical Associa- has sung in the May Festival, this
series ,have more chance for discus-. their daughter, Jean, '36, to Vaughan
sion and be further stimulated to out- William Greene, son of Mr. and Mrs.
side reading.i
The lecture series is composed of D. A. Greene of Flint.
six lectures and will be followed by a The news of the engagement was;
test. The talks will be given by the told yesterday at a luncheon at Miss
women physicians of the Health Serv- Seeley's home. Small cellophane boxes'
ice. The lectures last year were held containing nosegays, which marked
once a week on Tuesdays. The time the places for the guests, contained
of next semester's lectures will be the announcement cards. Among the For Information -Cai MISS JONES at 2-3241
announced later. guests were Ann Timmons, '36, Betty I
-- - --Sinclair, '36, Doris Holt, '38SM, Jean
Laitner, '36, Elise Reader, '39, and ALL OR NOTHING I always say CHOOSE your coiffure? All
Dn ollnc' 11Ti e !Margaret Cowie, '36, all classmates now don't you-when it comes to right! Now, no matter what type
or sorority sisters of Miss Seeley. taking in all the doings of a gay you may have chosen,you can find
iss Seeley is affiliated with Kappa Michigan Campus! What with the a dress becoming it at the COL-
AraTedndntoEs', Iafraternity and sor.ority dences, LINS SHOP. Adding interest to it
tional honor music sorority. She f ot gm the never alm all, you might gaze at the heaven-
Evening Classes To Meet was president of the League in 1936 what-not there's never a dull mo- ly blue net formal (net is de-
i She is also a member of Wyvern, jun- ment! And incidentally, it's not j finitely "in" this season, you
In Barblour Gymnas1i1m ior honor society for women, and '!too early to start thinking about know!) -a copy of the filmy gown
fMortarboard, senior honor society. that Pan-Hell Ball-for 'tis fast worn by Marlene Dietrich in "An-
The badminton courts in Barbour Mr. Greene is a graduate of Babson approaching! Yep, then certain of gel." Then there's a simply knock-
Gymnasium will be open to all m n Institute of Boston, Mass. No date our clan discover who really is out black net-with much, much
and women who wish to play, from has been announced for the wed- the O.A.O. (one and only) skirt and a metallic cloth jacket-
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays, Tues- dign tist efaurdifh e
days and Fridays, it was made known ding. _ _ _AND SPEAKING of all orno- and it is to be featured in the De-
Margaret Bell, director of thing-I just thought I'd remind of Vogue and you've really got
hica educatn for women. rDormitory To Hold ycu that there's nothing half way something! Louise Mulligans speak
There have been many requests for;iabout a lot of things around hnr-- 1-.1. n_-

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Mortarboard Head Panhellenie Ball
VisitChapter Theme Is Named

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Gam ' T c Be aturday
Saturday b' iw, ihe Ohio State

Mortarboard, senior society, will en-
tertain its section Dire'ctor. Mrs.
Katherine Eichborn, Monday through'
T riday this weck. Mrs. Eichborn willE
discuss activities with the local chap-
ter. while here.
Several social functions have been
planned in honor of Mrs. Eichborn.

Formal Garden Will Be
Scheme Of Decorations
The plan of a formal garden has
been chosen for the decoration
scheme of Panhellenic Ball. to be

e '"~~" "''~-'--~"" "" "~.' A tea will be given for her from 3:30 1eld from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m, Friday,
r parties. As tie ls ootball week, to 5 p.m. tomorrow at the League by Nov. 25, in the League Ballroom, it
i end of the year. I should be a fine Mortarboard, at which the actives and was announced by Harriet Pomeroy,
cclebiation. Ann Arbor alumnae will be present. ', decoration chairman.
The Detroi Institute of Art has The activities of the society will also In the four corners of the ballroom
lent to the Ann A r A Associhave luncheon with their director athere will be artiticial trees with dark
s tion an exhibit of Ge'niran and Amen- th League Tuesday. reen foliage. Standards of large
n can water colors. These are being white chrysanthemums will be placed
displayed in Alumni Memorial Ihall V e Hockey Team in front of them in a formal ar-
ce cry day until Nov. 24. The hours rangement. At one side of the room
d! are from 2 to 5 p.m. and ore is no efeats Battle Creek, 5-3 te committee has planned to make
t charge for stiudents a garden dell with shrubbery and a
s -_Ihe Battle Ceek hockey team was mall statue.
adfeated by the women's hockey team Joe Sanders, commonly known as
y of Michigan yesterday by the score of "The Ole Lefthander," will play for
< ilorlrhord liiI~hd(5 to 3. Mary Alice McCready, '41,
(lI4~ XMiII 1e Formed scored two of the winning points and this dance. His organization has
V!ginia Storts, '41. scored three. long been featured at the Blackhawk
A new -Niortarboard alum-nae club Among those present at the tea Restaurant in Chicago. Jane Kaye is
e will be formed in Ann Arbor accord- following the game were Dr. Margaret Ahis vocalist.
I ing to Betty Gatward ''38, president Bell, Miss Laurie Campbell and Miss All sororities are urged by Phyllis
d Marie Hartwig, and the members of Bauer, '38, head of the ticket com-
- of the local chapter.both teams mittee for the ball, to hand in names
Any alumnae members of Mortar- and money for the tickets at the
board living in Ann Arbor from chap- -earliest date. Miss Bauer and her
ters other than the University of PLEDGING ANNOUNCED ! committee will take names and money
I Michigan who would be interested in Pi Lambda Phi fraternity an- from 2 to 4:30 p.m. every day this
s joining an alumnae club are request- nounces the initiation of Leonard week in the Undergraduate Offices of
s ed to get in touch with Marie Hart- Easrman. '40, Byron Gerson, '40, Irv- the League. The deadline for all
wig, of the physical education de- ing Gerson, '40, M. Robert Herman,x money from sororities is noon, Friday,
partment, as soon as possible. iir. '40E and Mitchell Mandeberg, '40. Nov. 19.

JO"PRE-THANKSGIVING
JACBS'S SH OE W EEKVALUES!

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suc'h an opportunity, Dr. Bell pointed
out. Ther'e will be a supervisor pres-
ent at all such meetings to help and
instruct. However, all who avail
themselves of this opportunity must
have a medical recheck. The women
may dress in Barbour Gymnasium
and the men in Waterman Gymna-

sium.
Miss
physical

Hilda Burr, instructor of
education for women, is in

charge of .the mixed class which
meets at the same time Wednesday
evenings. The courts are used Thurs-
day evenings by the badminton club.
The Women's Athletic Association
sponsors many evening activities. Be-
sides the badminton there is a meet-
ing of the dance club every Thurs-
day in the Sarah Caswell Angell Au-
ditorium in Barbour Gymnasium.
Open House To Be Held .
At Martha Cook Todayl
The annual open house of Martha.
Cook Building will be held from 3 to
5 p.m. this afternoon, Mary J. Adams,
'395M, chairman of the open house
committee, announced.
All the rooms in the building will
be open to visitors. Tea will be served
at 5:30 p.m.
INSTRUCTIONS
Every form of dancing.
Open 10 to 10. Terracel
Garden Studio. Wuerth I
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
2nd Floor

Formal InitiationI
Helen Newberry Residence will hold E
formal initiation from 6:30 p.m. to 81
p.m. tonight for the women who are
new in the dormitory this year.!
Among the guests of the house will
be Dean Alice C. Lloyd and membersl
of the Board of Governors; Mrs.
Henry B. Joy, Mrs. Donald Blakley,
Mrs. Henry Douglas, Mrs. J. G. Hayes,'
and Mrs. Arthur Bromage. Norma
Curtis. '39, house president, will pre-!
side.
Announcement of the following
officers for the coming year was re-
cently made; Miss Curtis, president;
Wilma Cope, '40, secretary; Nissley I
Brandt, '38, treasurer; Helen Jane
Barr, '38, social chairman. Other
members of the house board are Mar-i
garet Bremer, '40, Helen Davids, '41,
June Fleming, '39, Nancy Gossard,
'41 and Arlene Joldersma, '38.
Progressive Club Poll
OK's Women's Hours
Women's hours on campus are
"adequate and fair" in the opinion I
of 422 students out of 1024 who voted!
in the recent Progressive Club poll.;
The hours are "too strict," say
377 of the voters. They're not strict
enough, according to 28 of those who
cast ballots.
Evidently, the 197 who left the
space blank weren't interested enough
to vote.

now take for instance the DI MAT-
TIA BEAUTY SHOP-there's no-
thing half way about that--es-
pecially when it comes to using
soft water for ALL shampooing
and generally creating just loads
of "campus cuties." Now you could
never kick about that-in fact it's
not a bad idea, to turn over a
new leaf, I mean, and march right
up to see Mrs. Di. and her coterie
of coiffuers-they're ah set and
rarin' to go to change drab con-
vention into glamorous individual-
ity. Now you could be the stunning
sophisticate, the sweet demure
type-or, if you will, the smart
cutie!
SOME HAVE KITTENS with
their knittin' and a rocking chair
-but give me any reasonably com-
fortable studio couch with a gang
of gals and a radio (dorm or sor-
ority picture, my friends) and we'll
knit the hours away. But first
amble down to the WOMAN'S
EXCHANGE SHOP in theArcade
and get yourself a knitting bag and
some yarn-or, if you please, the
makings for one--now that's prac-
tical too! Or if you're not the knit-
ter type, why not try some needle-
point or hooked rugs. They're really
not hard to do-and so fascinating.
Nice for Christmas too! Catch the
hint?

i ruiezseves--and veiry adapt-
able they are too!
KEEP IN LINE then with a
dashing fitted black velvet wrap-
you must remember, my friends,
that the wrap is just as important
as the gown these days and just
as attractive! The ELIZABETH
DILLON SHOP is featuring a stun-
ning one with a zipper all the way
down the front-and thus very.
very fitted in the proper places and
then billowing out into a grand
full skirt. Let's go to that formal
party to the tune of your escort's
"Did you ever see a dream walk-
MUSIC--always the very latest
-old friends, new friends, cokes,
coffee, hot choclate! Yes, you've
guessed it-THE PARROT That
gay rendez-vous where all the guys
and gals meet at 10 and 3 (and in
between too) to catch up on the
campus gossip while sipping some
wild but wonderful coke combin-
ation-where you'll always find
your roommate and where the
temptation for cutting that next
class is VERY gteat (but after all
we didn't come to college entirely
for knowledge, we must keep up
cur social requirements.) Come
when you like, leave when you
please- and have loads of fun.

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