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January 30, 1938 - Image 3

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Orient Courses
To BeTaught
Two courses on Far Eastern sub-
jects will be given next semester in
the Department of Oriental Lan-
guages and Literatures, Prof. Leroy
Waterman, chairman of the depart-
ment, has announced.
Dr. Y. Z. Chang of the Far Eas-
tern Institute will again give a course
on Chinese civilization, and Joseph
Yamagiwa, also of the Institute, will
offer a new course on Japanese lit-
erature in English. The basic ideas
and forces and the national tempera-
ment of the two countries which un-
derlie their civilizations and litera-
tures will be carefully treated, Pro-
fessor Waterman said.
Both courses are in the Far Eas-
tern concentration program, under
which courses in the Chinese and
Japanese languages are being given
with credit this year for the first
time in University history.

Griggs To Publish
Book Next Month
An American edition of "Thomas
Clarkson, the Friend of the Slaves"
by Prof. Earl L. Griggs of the English
department will be published some-
time next month by the University
Press, it was announced yesterday by
Dr. Frank E. Robbins, managing ed-
itor of the Press.
The American edition will be print-
ed from the plates of the English
edition with a new title page. The
plates are being obtained through ar-
rangements with the George Allen
and Unwin Ltd. of London, who pub-
lished the English edition.
Professor Griggs came upon ma-
terial for this work while in England
collecting material for another book,
'The" Unpublished Letters of Samuel
Taylor Coleridge."
It was Clarkson who abolished the
slave trade in Great Britain.

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HIBERNATION, illumination,
examination, relaxation, justifica-
tion - that's the good old Michi-
gan spirit these days, so t'would
seem - with particular emphasis
on the relaxation - yep, 'cause
J-Hop's coming and . . .
TIME FOR PLAY . . . a whole
glorious week-end is ahead, my
friends, . . . J-Hop, houseparties,
dancing , . . everything wonderful
- everything that will be made
even more perfect if you're decked
out in a DILLON SHOP formal
for the festivities. Just try to resist
that gorgeous white chiffon gown,
fashioned with black velvet straps,
a darling corselette waistline (very,
very new) and combined with the
latest shirred bodice effect and
full tiered skirt - It's perfect for
the Hop - and traditionally white !
And don't miss Miss Dillon's su-
perb selection of Copen blue mar-
quisettes and chiffons - and have
her show you that adorable pink
lace gown - so very quaintly mod-
ern - it would make any escort
simply melt!
WHAT'S A FORMAL, and all
the accessories, without the finish-
ing touch of glamour perfume?
What's any dance without en-
chanting Channel, Vigny's
"L'heure Intime," Shalimar, or
Tweed?! And J-Hop especially
calls for these - the very best of
the best! CALKINS-FLETCHER's
perfumerie can supply you with
your very favorite - Channel's
"RussianLeather," "Glamour," or
No. 5 - or D'Orsay's "Toujours
Fidele" - now that sounds like an
appropriate one! And incidently
you might invest in some of the
Peggy Sage polish and manicure
preparation - just marked down
to 60c.

WHEN THE SWING of Jimmy
Dorsey and Kay Kyser has swung
- and J-Hop is a marvelous mem-
ory - then there'll be other things
to do - O' yes, there's never a dull
moment at Michigan houseparties
- and so I suggest a short dress -
crepe or dressy pastel wool - the
KESSEL CAMPUS SHOP variety
- 'cause they're so cute, so "chic"
you'd better stop in soon too!) - to
complete your houseparty ward-
robe. When it's smart, new, and
the latest style - It's a Kessel
dress!
TOP IT OFF with a dash of
color - it's smart to be dashing
this season - Paris, Hollywood,
and Voque predict it - with a
touch of originality that only
JUNE GREY could create. Hat
and sash combinations are her feat
of fashion at present- now there's
one red and black sash that
matches a stunning hat of the
same inspiration - and yet an-
other idea is a hat, fashioned, of
course, by June herself, to go with
a darling ribbon-striped bolero
jacket. They're grand for rejuven-
ating the wardrobe - for starting
the new semester - season with
fashion-firsts!
NOW the wardrobe is complete
- so how's about putting a little
bloom and freshness back in that
tired, worn face - exams can cer-
tainly play havoc with the com-
plexion - in fact, the whole gen-
eral appearance to say nothing
of the mentality. Just give your-
self over to the D I M A T TI A
BEAUTY SHOPPE after one of
those finals - any one will do -
and when Mrs. Di and her cohort
of cosmeticians are through -
you'll be spurred on to better
things!

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