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October 12, 1938 - Image 5

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?rof. Bennett Weaver Will

Give Orientation

Topic Of Talk
For Freshmen
Third Lecture Of Series
To Be Held Next Week;
All Students Welcome
Prof. Bennett Weaver of the Eng-
lish department will be the principal
speaker at the Orientation lecture to
be held at 5 p.m. today in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre of the League.
Prol'essor Weaver will discuss the top-
ic, '"Personality."
This is the second in a series of
three lectures sponsored by the Or-
ientation committee of the League
under the direction of Marcia Con-
nell, '39, chairman. The series are
designed for the purpose of providing
freshmen and transfers with infor-
mation which may be useful to them
in becoming adjusted to university
life, Miss Connell announced.
Will Discuss Personality
In his discussion today, Professor
Weaver will develop the idea that the
personality of a man or woman is that
thing that he most cherishs.
Dean Alice C. Lloyd gave the first
orintation lecture of the series
Wednesday, Oct. 5. She chose for
her topic "College Conduct." The
fiial Orientation lecture will be held
Oct. 19 when 'Mrs. Katharine Dunbar
of the Katharine Gibbs secretarial
college of Boston will speak. Mrs.
Dunbar will discuss the topic, "Why
Come To. College." She will also give
information on vocations for women
and outline facts concerning place-
mnent for women's occupations. This
lecture will be open to freshmen,
sbphomores and upper classmen, Miss
Connell announced yesterday.
Freshmen To Mee, Advisers {
For today's lecture freshman wom-
en will meet with their group advis-
ers, who will take attendance. Per-
fect attendance at the three Orienta-
tion lectures of the series will be re-
warded by League points, Miss Con-
nell said.
Junior A.A.U.W. Dinner
Meeting Will Be Today
The initial dinner meeting of the
season of the Junior division of the
American Association of University
Women will be held at 6:15 p.m. to-
day ill the Union.
The entertainment committee,
which is headed' by Dorothy Beise,
will present a skit entitled "A New
Member Looks at Activity Groups.
postume Group To Meet
The costume committee of the
theatre-arts committee will meet at 3
p.m. today in the costume room of the
League. All those interested are urged
to come. Miriam Szold, '40, ai-

jerkins Are In Vogue

Hillel Will Hold
Dance Friday


To Hold Picnic Will Continue SaIe
Of Union Tickets
For Freshmen
The sale of tickets for the Union
lumer dance, which is to be

T0 Ed Drve Weenie Roast To Be Held E
by VIC~lBy Outdoor Sports Club f
Charlie Zwick Will Play B
At Membership Mixer The public accusation of Col. A weenie roast for freshmen wom-
Charles A. Lindbergh by a group of en will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wed-
To Be Given In Union Soviet aviators as a "stupid liar, a nesday on Palmer Field. The picnic
lackey and a flatterer of German will be given by the women's outdoor
The Hillel Membership Mixer, the Fascists," seems on the basis of evi- sports club for the benefit of all fresh-
climax to the Foundation's annual sf s orts cu d the benfi omesh-
membership drive, will be held from dence given at least an exaggeration, man women and all other woen in-
4 to 6 p.m., Friday in the Union Ball- and whatever the justification, in the tty Lou Witters, '41Ed&A, presi-
room. Charlie Zwick and his orches- poorest taste. et o u is inlchA pite
tra will provide the music. Dorothy A case for the Soviets can easily dent of the club, is in charge of the
Arnold, '39, is student chairman of:IAcs o h Svescnesl picnic and Helen Ellis, of the women's.
the dance, and her assistant is be made out-stress of war fear- physical education department, is the
Phyllis Melnick,d'39.e natural pride in recent accomplish- faculty adviser. Tickets for the picnic
SM will be 25 cents apiece.
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Heller and ments-and in addition, we suspect, T tce omttei eddb
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Rabinowitz will the humiliation of being left out of The ticket committee is headed by
be the chaperons. The patrons are the recent four-power Munich con- other members of the committee are
Dr. and Mrs. Ralphael Isaacs, Dr. and feec.Hwvrtatte mmeso h omte i
D erence. However that may be, we Ruth Koch, '39, Mary Culbertson, '40,
Mis Reuben L. Kahn,Pnd and Mrs. still maintain that more publicity ;and Barbara Fisher, '41. Sally Cor-
uel A. Goudsmit, Prof. and Mrs. Wer- and weight will be given to Lind- coran, '41, is chairman of the pub-
ner E. Backmann, Prof. and Mrs. bergh's statements in the light of such licity committee, and working with
Zwerdling and Prof. and Mrs. I. L. violent opposition than would other- rergina Etotn '41, '4e.
woul oter-Forberg, '41, and Ellen Rhea, '41.
herslsothsyar's member ise have followed. The food committee, which is
The results of this year's member- War Cloud Hangs Over Europe headed by Jane Anne Visscher, '40, is
lstdr apprximated t dredal of aThe war cloud continues to hang made up of Jeanne Gomon, '40, Anna
800 members. Women's dormitories heavy over Europe. Hitler's recent jKay Pease, '41, and Mary Van Welde,
have already been coveredrbytheI statement to the German public that SpecEd. Elizabeth French, '39. is
de d m nthe would continue to arm Germany chairman of the program committee.!

held Friday, Oct 21, will continue
'rom 3 to 5:30 p.m. each day for the
remainder of this week, Don Nixon,
'40, publfcity manager for the dance,
announced yesterday.

For campus wear a bright-colored
plaid and pleated skirt worn with
a plain suede jerkin gives a smart
and trim appearance. Any sweater
or blouse will go well with this con-
Suede Pumps,
Leather Trim
Are ,favorites
j With the arrival of individu4 lity{
Vand variety in colors, leathers 'and
styles, shoes have assumed' a major
importance in the fashion parade.
Dress shoes especially can add the
fin al touch of smartness to milady's
ensemble; or they can be completely
} The favorite of everyone for in-
formal wear is the spectator pump.
Suede usually forms the basic leather
jfor this shoe, but the trim may vary
'from. patent leather to alligator.
Colors, too, range from conventional
black and brown to shades of wine
and green for those who favor the
unusual. The style of "spectators"
has branched out from the original
toe and 'heel trim of contrasting
leather to such innovations as scal-
loped trim around the soles and addi-
tional leather strips around the in-
"Platform" soles are the fall novel-
ty for afternoon 'wear. One particu-
lar model in black suede has the sole
outlined in raspberry red with a cen-
ter seam of the same color to com-
plete the contrast.
Alligator is the newest in leather
with plain pump in dark brown as
the most popular model. A variety
of styles are beingr shown in this
leather, however, so that the choice l
is not limited.
Fashion has decreed the high in-
step as the height of smartness while
the open toe is declining ini favor,
Fashion' dictates in shoes are not as
positive as u~sual, however, so that
individual taste may run rampant.a


u1v, l n ea a women our -t
side of dormitories, fraternities and
sororities are being solicited now. Five}
of the Jewish fraternities have al-
ready joined en masse, while thet
Jewish sororities' percentage is al-
most as great.
Admission to the dance will be
free for members of the Hillel Foun-
dation and for non-members there
will be a charge of 50 cents. Martin1
Dworkis, '40, has charge of the men's
portion of the drive, and Jean Tenof-
sky, '41, is handling the women's divi-
c 'and ...-..-
Engagements 1
The wedding of Margaret Alice Bell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bell,
of Ann Arbor, to Justave J. Vogel, Jr.,
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Vogel, also of Ann Arbor, will take1
place at 4 p.m. Saturday in the Mich-
igan League Chapel.
Both Miss Bell and Mr. Vogel at-
tended the University. She was af-
filiated with Alpha Zeta Delta soror-
ity and he was a member of Tau Beta
Pi, honorary Engineering fraternity.
There are 75 guests expected at the
ceremony and the reception to be
held in the Grand Rapids room fol-
lowing the services. The couple will
reside here in Ann Arbor for the
current school year.
The marriage of Kay Loomis, '38,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newell E.-
Loomis, of Detroit, to Charles R.
French, son of Mrs. Thomas French,
also of Detroit, will take place Nov.
19 in Detroit. There will be a recep-
tion following the ceremony at Dear-
born Inn.
While on campus Miss Loomis was
affiliated with Alpha Phi sorority.

to the teeth as a defense measure in
case present British and French cab-
inets are overthrown lends signifi-
cance to fears that Daladier's min-
istry faces domestic storms. Cham-
berlain seems to have taken the Brit-
ish bull by the horns successfuly thus
far though the feelings of Winston
Churchill, Anthony Eden, and Lord
Alfred Duff Cooper indicate that Eng-
land is far from united on the sub-
Hope To Shorten Spanish War
It is to be hoped that Italy's settle-
ment of differences with England, re-
sulting in the promised withdrawal of
Italian troops in Spain, will serve to
shorten the almost-forgotten Spanish
War. Unofficial estimates place the
n'umber of legionnaires who have
served in the conflict for more than
18 months at approximately 10,000.
Italian government contends that
there were never more than 40,000 in
Spain, though the foreign estimates
have been up to 100,000.
Roll Of Nations Is Called
War seems to be the order of the
day-further riots in Palestine have
been ordered quelled as the British
rush troops to the spot. Roll call of
the nations: Japan and China, at
war! Spain, torn by civil war! Czecho-
slovakia;,"harried bY' border combats!
Palestine, scene of racial riots! Eng-
land, France, Germany, and Italy,
sitting on the top of a volcano which
threatens to erupt any day!
Crop And Saddle To Hold
Tryouts At 5 P.M. Today
Crop and Saddle, women's riding
club, will hold tryouts at 5 p.m. to-
The group will meet at Barbour
Gymnasium, and tryouts may accom-
pany the club on its supper ride after
the tests if they wish. It is expected
that 15 women will try out, Betty
'Hood, '40, president of the club, said.

Sigma Alpha Iota
Tea To Be SundayI
Sigma Alpha Iota, professional mu-
sical sorority, will hold a tea in hon-
or of new and old students from 4 to
6 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Earl Moore and
two founders, Nora Crane Hunt and
Elizabeth Campbell, all of Ann Ar-
bor, will pour. Mrs. Lewis Reimann
is in charge of the tea.
Miss Hunt was the guest of honor
at the first meeting of the sorority,
which was held Thursday.'

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