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THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1937


Junior Women.
To Hold Mass
Will Discuss J.G.P. Plans;
Committee Petitioning
To Be After Meeting
The mass meeting for junior women
to discuss plans for their annual playf
will be held at 4:30 p.m. today in the
League ballroom, according to Ro-
berta Chissus. eneral chairman

Accepts League Invitation

'Monte Carlo'
Will Be Motif
O'f I Fg~~u~ i :

~-\, and .-

Extra Courses Zulu Kings, Werewolves Play
Are Announced, Roles In Origin Of Beauty Ai

Dean Alice C. Lloyd and Dr. Mar-
garet Bell will address the group ony
eligibility and health. Sarah Pierce
Grad, who is to direct this year's pro-
duction will also speak at the meet-
ing. The members of the central com JOHN C. THOM
mittee will be introduced by Miss' * * *
Chissus, who will give a short talk. U o
Charlotte Poock, chairman of the ague,
dance committee, will speak on try-r
outs and chorus practice for this part
of the production. Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League, ro
and Hope Hartwig, '38, president of
the League, will also speak.
Petitioning for the various commit- The ladies of the League Under-1
tees will be opened to all those inter- graduate Council are going to eniter-
ested, immediately after the meeting. tain the gentlemen of the Union Un-
The committees are dance, music, fi-
nance, ushers, costumes, tickets,T . . . pre-
makeup, programs, properties and Thanksgiving dinner tonight in the
publicity. League.
All junior women are urged to at- As the secretary of the League
tend this meeting. This production is wrote, "There we shall endeavor to
the first opportunity for junior trans- make up for the disappointment oc-
fers to work on a class project. It is casioned by earlier cessation of riv
necessary, however, that they obtain alry-we refer to the unfortunate
special permission first. The regular baseball game (it was supposed to
fee of $1 which is always charged for be played early this fall, but wasn't)'
class projects will be collected later, whose possibilities seem never now
Martha Tillman, chairman of the fi- Thenion Is Pleased
nance committee stated.ThUnn sPesd
'Hane comitte stted.The "chairman for the commit-
It is necessary for every junior wo- (tee on a dinner with the League
man to have a health recheck at the Council" answered that the members{
Health Service before she may par- of the Union Council would be more
ticipate in J. G. P. than pleased to come and have dinner
with the "charming ladies of the
League Council."


' 'l i Gc Lg au '_u air To Give Modern Dance, By BARBARA PATERSON
Engagem entsGj ,'C9Zuluet Dancin Zulu kings, werewolves, Cleopatra,
internalionalisni To LA6II.,L BG leIIIrn, actre sses arnd poor health played defi-
Interntionalsnl Io Be 6---- nite roles pae in the origin of the beauy
Theme Of Decorations Gretchen Hartman Bowman, '371 Extension courses in modern dance, aids iAh oen s thee
daughter of Mrs. Bessie Bowman, of children's dancing and golf were an- aids whch women use these days.
Committee Announced Detroit, and Christopher Edward nounced by Dr. Margaret Bell, direc- The Zulu kings of Africa were put
Wagner, III, son of Mr. Christopher f y d t rto death when they showed signs of
"Monte Carlo" emphasizing the E. Wagner. Jr., also of Detroit, have t age. The queer thing was that they
spirit of internationalism, has been set their wedding date as Dec. 10. Miss Ruth Bloomer will instruct; all wanted to be king and accepted
chosen as the theme for League Mr. and Mrs. Floy. Gustafson of adults in the modern dance from 7:30 death very philosophically. There was
Fair, to be/ given Dec. 3 and 4. Detroit were hosts Monday at a din- to 9 p.m. Tuesdays in Sarah Caswell! one king, however, who fooled his
Booths, in which various conces- ner in honor of the bridal couple. Angell Hall in Barbour Gymnasium tribe and stole a march on the caul-
sions will be held, will carry out the Miss Bowman is affiliated with Pi An enrollment of 15 is needed and dron.
international motif in their decora- Beta Phi. Mr. Gustafson graduated the price is $4.50 foreight lessons. The He discovered a vegetable lye to
tions. Each booth will carry the af te Uivrit i.193rsandi first class will be held Tuesday, Nov. color his graying hair and even un-
name of a different country and the1 affiliated with Sigma Chi. Mrs. Gus-',23. derwent a painful operation to re-
name of a ineen t the tafson graduated in 1937 and is a C move the wrinkles from his face.
ofme thatcounykTe onc ihouse ofmember of Pi Beta Phi. Virginia 1 Children's dancing classes will also mv h rnlsfo i ae
of that country. The concourse of m of et i n be taught by Miss Bloomer Saturday Somehow the women found out about
the League will be decorated with Nimms,t'37,of Detroit, will also en- mornings in the Sarah Caswell An- his discovery, much to their advan-
flags of many countries. tertain the bridalcouple. ggell Hall. Boys and girls from four tage. Thus came hair-dye and face-
flag ofman contres.Mary Adamski, '36, daughter of to seven years old will report from liftinig.
Societies To Have Booths Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Adamski of Man- to aeyr o 0:1 rmpadthos erwlsng.e
Those societies who will have I istee, will marry Walter Conlon, '36E, f9:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m., and those Werewolves Expelled 1
booths at the Fair are Theta Sigma son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conlon, from eight to twelve will go from 10:15 In France, during the year 1573, a
Phi, Mortarboard, Wyvern, Chil- Nov. 25 in Manistee. a.m. to 11 a.m. An enrollment of 15 law was passed expelling all were-
tiren's Theatre, Women's Athletic Mrs. Hiram Nelson Caswell, of is needed in each group and the olves from the state. The French
iAssociation and Senior Society. The Ferndale, announces the marriage of classes will begin Saturday. The price could detect such a creature by its
League Fair committee will also I her daughter, Ruth Janet Cochran, is $3 for eight lessons. eyebrows, which grew together.
'have three booths. j to Dr. David Putman Gage, '35SM, of Golf will be taught at 5 p.m. Mon. Therefore all those people who
Committee members have been an- Detroit, on Monday, Nov. 1. days and Wednesdays at the Women's decided they might fit into this class-
nounced by chairmen of the enter- Mrs. Gage attended the University i Athletic Building. Mrs. Stewart Han- ification, carefully plucked their over-
tainment, decorations and finance and is affiliated with Chi Omega. Dr ely is to be the instructor and Jean grown brows. The practice has con.,
and s afilate wit Ch Omga.Dr.Kyer will assist. An enrollment of 121 iudsamdclyee ic hn
committees. Virginia Van Dyke, '38, Gage is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa is needed and the price is $6 for tinued spasmodically ever since then.
has named as her entertainment and is affiliated with Phi Chi, medical' sns The ficl il be o her sed eyed to ,"
committee: Joan Schoener, '38, Nel- fraternity, He is also a member of 16 lessons. The first class will be to her mystery. She called it "kohl,"
son Persons, '38, Betty Ward, '38, the Victor Vaughn Society. given Monday, Nov. 29. and it must have been very bewitch-I
Kathryn Andrus, '38, Frances Ever- -All who wish to register for these ing if one takes into consideration
ard, '38, Louise Bolitho, '38, Mary1!Meetin cheduled Today courses may do so in Office 15 ofl _ __-
Randolph, '39, and Mary Levan, '39. Barbour Gymnasium.
Committee Members Named For Allied Youth Society
Decorations, committee, under
FDrencrion 3omitteeundem- The Ann Arbor Post of the Allied PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
Florence Freeman, 38, will be coi- Youth will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at There will be a meeting of the
posed of Barbara Bale, '38, Eliza-
beth Jackson, '39A, Elizabeth Ann Stalker Hall. publicity committee of Sophomore
Messenger, '38A, and Bunty Bain Plans for initiation and a party Cabaret at 3 p.m. today in the
MeLeague.,Anyone who cannotBcome
'39Ed. will be presented, and proposed de- League. Anyone who cannot come
The finance committee, headed by velopments for the local group will please notify the chairman at 22419
Thefinncicomiteeshededbyor 23241. 0
Hazel De Groot, '38, will consist of be discussed.
Virginia Richardson, '39, Marjory
Coe, '38, JanetPike, '38, Mary Per- THE HAMPSTEAD PLAYERS
kins, '38, Milred Haas, '38, Bar-- U lU b
bara Johnson, '38, Carolyn Donavin, present J4
'40, Mary Frances McDonough, HAROLD WHITEHALL'S
'38SM, and June Roberts, '38. "THE COMICAL ADVENTURE of
The finance committee will meet
\at 4:30 p.m. today in the League, MASTER PETER PATH E L I N THURSDAY MOP
IMiss DeGroot announced. Miss Van LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Dyke will meet her committee at Wednesday - Thursday, November 17-18, 8:30 P.M. W I LL PLACE OIN
4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23, in the 50c and 35c Telephone 6300

the great number of writers who have
praised her "beautiful" eyes.
Cheeks And Lips Have Color
Young women-and old-before
and during the Civil War days,
pinched their cheeks and bit their
lips to give the impression of more
color. Women who wore make-up
were distinctly frowned upon. Then,
actresses, who always wore rouge and
lipstick, became more and more ac-
cepted by society. The women began
to realize the possibilities o wear-
ing make-up and weakened their of-
fensives. When they wlakened, the
cosmetic dealers took advantage of
them-and everyone knows the re-
Pale or bluish fingernails have long
been a sign of poor health. The
masking of such a defect by a light
pink polish was accepted when it
was proved to be such a decided im-
provement. Some time later, ambi-
tious dealers tried to interest their
customers in darker shades. They
were successful with rose, fire-engine
red and cardinal polish; and then
they launched forth with blue, green,
black, white, gold and silver.
Thus face-lifting, hair-dye, eye-
brow plucking, rouge, lipstick and
nail polish date their origin to the
dim and dark past.



Sale is on!
* 9 x 12 Kasan ,
Bejor, etc.
* Numerous Fine
O .Hamadan 6.5x2.10 $39.50
! Tabriz 3.5x5 . .. $29.50
A Karaja 3.5x5 ... $33.50
* Anatolian 5.3x3.8 . $29.00
" Karabagh 6.4x3.6 . $45.00
" Fine Kilim, Runners, Scarfs
Persian, Indian Gay Bed-
spreads, Window Drapes,
Handicrafts, etc.
All Reasonably Priced!
Across from Y.W.C.A.
Phone 6878

D ecorations for this gala affair will
carry out the Thanksgiving theme,y
and Hope Hartwig, '38, president of
the League, has promised John Thom,
'38, president of the Union, that there
will be unusual favors for the guests.
She also said that dinner partners are
to be chosen in a unique fashion. But,
aside from that, it is all a big dark
Special Guests Are Named
Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Dean Henry
C. Anderson, Miss Ethel McCormick
and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Waltz have
been invited as special guests. Every-
one is to meet in the Undergraduate
Office of the League and thence pro-
ceed to the private dining room. Very
The toastmaster will be Miss Hart-
wig, and Harriet Shackleton, '38, is
to be in charge of the singing.
Mary Jane Mueller, '38, is the
chairman for this exchange dinner.
Assisting her are Margaret Ayers, '38,
Barbara Bradfield, '38, and, Roberta
Melin, '38.
Ann Arbor Hockey Club
To Compete In Columbus
The Ann Arbor hockey club will
compete in the Great Lakes sectional
tournament at Columbus this week-
end, announced Miss Marie Hartwig,
secretary of the club.
Those who will play are Mrs. Jane
Eaton, captain, Mary Richardson,
'4OEd, captain of the University club
and the only undergraduate to attend, I
Miss Rosalia Westcott, Miss Gertrude
Morris, Marjorie Darkin, Grad., Miss
Anne Austin, and Miss Hartwig.

One group of Dresses, selling
regularly to $17.95 at the
Special Price of
One group of Dresses, selling
regularly to $21.95 at the
Special Price of
Three Costume Suits and one
group of Better Dresses at
11/2 Pie
Included in these groups are
the famous Ellen Kaye dresses.


wanting an electric range, and I've and vegetables right on the stove,
never bought one because I had a without special waterless cooking

You'll be thankful for the saving

notion they were too expensive.
They used to be-and I was simply
amazed when I found out how
prices have dropped.
"When I learned how reason-
ably you can buy an electric stove
today, I didn't waste any time. I
bought mine right away. It was too
good a bargain to miss. With
prices the same, I wouldn't have
anything else BUT an electric range.
"What other stove gives you
such CLEANLINESS and freedom

'I looked at all of them, and
only the electric range had every
single one of these features. It
wouldn't have been very wise to
pay the same amount of money for
a stove with none of these advan-
tages. So naturally, I chose the
electric range. Now I have a stove
that will be modern for years to
come, and I'm sure I wouldn't
exchange it for any other stove in
the world!"

Sizes 1 1

to 17- 12 to 40


N /1
Electric Heat As Cooking Utensils Stay Accurate Heat Control
Clean As Sunlight Spotless Forever No Flame, No Matches -No Baking Failures

Cook Your Dinner No Food Values Kitchen Temperature Healthful Waterless
While You Are Out Poured Down The Sink Is Not Raised Cooking


Regularly to $5.00 at the


Price of



yOUR trip back home over Thanks-
givingweek-end will be fun for all
concerned-except the turkey. Even
your pocketbook feels no pain-Grey-
hound fares are easiest on the allow-
ance-only 1/3 the cost of driving a

Bill' of Fares
Round Trip
NEW YORK . .$19.20



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