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16, 1938

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Tea And Fashion Show Sponsored By


.A .A.

W ill Be Held Today

Campus Styles
To Be Modeled
And Described
Dr. Bell And Miss Beis
Will Speak On Postur4
As Related To Clothe
"Figure Fashions," a fashion sho'
sponsored by the Women's Atleti
Association, will be held at 4:30 p.n
today at the Women's Athletic Build
Representatives from the vario
houses on campus will model spori
wear, coats, afternoon and evenin
dresses. Miss Dorothy Beise, of tl
women's physical education depart
ment, will comment on the clothe
as they are modeled. She will also e
plain correct positions for walking
sitting, standing and studying. D.
Margaret Bell, director of physic
education for women, will commen
on clothes and their relation to pos
ture and carriage from a medic
Advisers To Rate Posture
During tea upperclassmen may re
ceive individual posture ratings froi
the advisers who will be in the office
in the W.A.A. Building. Dean Alic
C. Lloyd, Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthvei
Miss Ethel McCormick, social directo
f the League, Miss Laurie Campbel
of the women's physical educatio
department, and Dr. Bell will act a
advisers. Simple posture correctior
will be made at that time, and
more extensive corrections are neede
appointments will be made,
Tickets Are Still Available
Tickets for the show are availab
in Room 15 at Barbour Gymnasium
The tickets are free of charge but ar
being given out to limit the numbe
attending. Al women students are eli
gible to attend the show, but wome
who have had a medical examinatio
this fall will be excluded from th
individual posture ratings.
Marion Baxter, '39, is chairman o
the costume committee. Edith Lynci
'41, and Barbara Teall, '39, are als
on this committee.
Dormitories To Hole
Faculty Reception,
President's Dinnei
The annual President's dinner giv
en by the residents of Martha Coo
Building will be held at 6 p.m. toda
in the dining halls of the dormitory.
Guests will include Pres. and Mr
Ruthven, Regent and Mrs. Julia
Beal, Vice-pres. and Mrs. Shirle
Smith, Vice-pres. and Mrs. Clarenc
Yoakum, Registrar and Mrs. In
Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Maire
Dr. and Mrs. James Bruce, and Mrs
Delos Parker Heath. Mrs. Heath i
retiring from the Board of Gover
nors of the building and will be re
placed by Mrs. Cook.
Carolyn Rayburn, ASM, w1ll sin
several selections after the dinne
Irma X. Poole, '39Ed, is chairman o
the affair.
A faculty reception in honor of Ms

To Sing With Steinle

Booth Chairmen
In League Fair
Are Announced,

Moping On The Mal
I By Meandering Minnie

Alpha Phi Pledges Five NogalesArizonia; Sally Turpin, 42
ofBarnstable Mass.; Barbara Grill
Alpha Phi sorority announces the '41, of Ann Arbor, and Marion Fer
pledging of Hortense Smith, '41, of guson, '40, of Portsmouth, Ohio. Th
Birmingham; Margaret Bird, '42, of sorority is entertaining tonight.


Ticket-Sellers Are
To Telephone
Before 4 P.M.


It *x *
~' * *
al Union To Start
s 'M' Nights Begin Saturday;
n, Miss TeallSings Friday
1, The Union will initiate a new series
n of "M" nights at its regular dance
I from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
if when the first "Gridiron Stomp" will
d be held in honor of the varsity mem-
bers of the football team.
Thirty seven personal invitations
le have been extended to varsity mem-
. bers, Don Nixon, '40, publicity chair-
e man of the Union, said. Robert Fox,
r '39, Michigan's drum major extra-
ordinary, will give a performance dur-
-n ing the evening with a lighted baton
n and will demonstrate a few of the'
e manuevers seen on the football field
during the past football season.
of "It has been arrauged to honor
h, various members of the different
Michigan varsity teams at succeed-
o ing nights at the Union," Nion said,
and urged that the students cooper-
ate in making this first venture a suc-
Icess. "Reservations for tables may be
made at the main desk of the Union,"
he said.
, hBarbara Teall, '39, a member of
r Pi Beta Phi sorority, will sing with
Bob Steinle's band at the regular
dance Friday- Among the numbers
- included in Miss Teall's selection of
k songs will be two current favirites,
y "My Reverie." and "Two Sleepy
S. Miss Teall's voice has been trained
n through instruction in music school,
y and she had the honor last year of
e being the only one to sing in the
a 1939 Junior Girls play, in which she
, had a lead.
s John S. Worley will be given from 8
- p.m. to 11 p.m. today by the board of
- governors and residents of Betsy Bar-
bour House. In the receiving line will
g be Dean Alice Lloyd, Mrs. Worley,
r.Mrs. E. L. Adams, Mrs. C. S. Mitchell
f and CarolynrPriehs '139, president of
the house. Mrs- Worley is a new mem-
s. ber of the board of governors.
- - - - - - - - - -

Lists of the chairmen of booths for
the League Fair to be held tomorrow.
and Saturday was announced yester-
day by Ellen Cuthbert, '39, general
Barbara Paterson, '39, will be in
charge of the Mortar Board booth;
Myrra Short, '39, will direct Senior
Society booth; Eileen Boorsma, '39Ed,
is head of the Assembly concession
and Enora Ferriss, '40, and Ann Vic-
ary, '40, are co-chairmen of Wyvern's
Ella Stowe, '40, is Panhellenic
chairman; Barbara Grill, '41, Chil-
drens Theatre; Elza Doegey, '39,
Theta Sigma Phi; Marguerite Mac- i
Gregor, '39A, Zeta Phi Eta, and the'
Ann Arbor Independents are repre-
sented under the direction of Ruth
Keck, '40.
The Fair will be held in conjunc-
tion with Sophomore Cabaret from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow and from
8:30 p.m. to midnight Saturday. Most
of the booths will be open Saturday
afternoon, although that has been
left up to the discretion of each or-
SAllwomen planning to work in the
1Fair booths will be admitted for-10
cents. Chairmen of the booths will
be admitted free. It is imperative
that the booth chairmen leave names
of women who will work each night
by tomorrow noon at the League desk
in her name, Miss Cuthbert said.
All women selling tickets for the
raffle must call either Miss MCor-
mick or Marian Smith, '39, assistant
chairman of the Fair, before 4 p.m.
today to report on the progress of
the ticket sale.
Theatre Arts
Are Selected
Heads and assistants on the special
committees of the Theater Arts Com-
mittee of the League were announced
yesterday by Roberta Chissus, '39A,
general chairman. Each sub-commit-
tee is organized with a junior in
charge, a senior advisor, and a sopho-
more assistant.
The committees are as follows: The
properties committee includes Har-
riet Sharkey, '40, Alberta Wood, '40,
and Maya Gruhzit, '41. In charge of
ushers are Bunty Bain, '39, Ellen
Krieghoff, '40, and Janet Sibley,
The scenery committee members
are Dorothy Adams, '39, Ann Kleimer,
'40, Marion Conde, '41, with cos-
tumes under the direction of Faith
Watkins, '39, Miriam Szold, '40, and
Betty Kepler, '41. The tickets are
managed byBetty Myers, '39, Alberta
Meyer. '40, and Margaret Walsh, '41.
The publicity committee consists
of Ellen Cuthbert, '39, Patricia Ma-
thews, '40,and Jane Krause.'41. Mur-
als are cared for by Kathleen Clifford,
'39, and Cecily Forrest, '40. The pro- r
grain committee includes Ruth Jacob-
son, '40, Suzanne Morgan, '41, and
Patricia Walpole, '41.
__by VICKI1

Just past, one vacation-and coming up, another vacation. But never let
it be said that Minnie let down on the job. Due to blue books, outside read-
ing, make-up exams, library reports, etc., etc., your little mousy friend
will have to truck on around even if she has to mince at this point, instead
of meander .
The swim club which has just. been organized met at 4 Monday to
practise turns, diving and all kinds of other watery tests for endurance
in their coming meet with "the very fine girls" of "Ypsi," come Dec. 8.
Some of the mermaids who were swishing around included Sally Corcoran,
Nancy Seed, Helen Peck, Mary McDonald, Jane Lord, Helen Peck, Peg
Wiseman-who can really show you how it's done in the better swimming
circles on account of because she swam with the New York Athletic .Asso-
ciation. Jean Rheinfrank, diver divine, looked like good competition for
our "Ypsi" rivals.
Amazon's A nd but terf lies . .
Fencing- that he-man sport of the. days of chivalry-has ardent
admirers in Olga Dubosy and Buffy White and more competition is in
the offing! Olivet has challenged the Mich. gals and so they are really
working overtime to uphold the honor of dear old alma mammy.
Those Union Coffee Hours la! la! How they do gain momentum-as
'twere. Scads of people were there Tuesday. Doris Cuthbert and Gordon
Laing, Danny Smick and Frances Gaar were dancing around to some super
swing recordings. Some of the stags who seemed to enjoy life, even in
the throes of pre-vacation "worx" were Dean Dubois, past master of the
dance. Bob Bouer, Dave Moon, Dick Phelan, Dave Gould and Ed Wetter.
Mrs. Mott and a bevy of Jordon igirls were spotted hither and yon. Dottie
Brooks and Ruth Parsons, Mary Virginia Bush and Jane Connell were some
of the cuties getting cut at this oh, so social hour!
The Land Of The Rising Sun. .
The women's physical education class, yea team, have gone the local
B.W.O.C.'s one better by rising at the crack of dawn and meeting for that
"pause that refreshes" every Monday morn at 9 A.M.! Marion Wiess, Sally
Orr. Lois Clingman, Joan Bevington, Mary Richardson and Sally Connery
spent the hour discussing the pros and cons of the Kelley Routines of the
'nglish Dancing Darlings. The.art of dance in all its forms is under in-
spection at the moment, so they tell Min.

These are now

marked $6.95 until

The Athletes seem to get the people's vote this week, what with all their
social butterflying, and after the Gridiron Stomp Saturday next, Minnie
will have to secure a supplement. Here we go!
Phil Balyeat and Harold Nichols have struggled tall semester trying to
sell "M" scarfs for women. According to fashion experts within and without
The Daily they are very appropriate with sweaters and make a good choice
for that forgotten Christmas gift. Athletes have to earn money some way,
even if they do sell Christmas cards. (adv).
eThe Real Chri
Glows in G(
I Silver-hung Christmas trees shining witl
f _ wreathes bright with holly and ribbons.
the air. All these are symbols of the real
in the crowds that throng the aisles...
ness assembled from far and near . . .in t
prepared to render helpful service .. . and
All these make gift shopping a pleasure
Christmas St
Saturdays, and the Wednesday, Thursd
9.r s to
CJhristm~as Eve the sto

s Sp*

oodyear' s






h a myriad of colored lights .. .
the music of old carols filling
Christmas spirit that is reflected
in the gifts of charm and useful-
he increased corps of salespeople
i in the added service facilities.
ore Hours
day and Friday before Christmas
ore closes at 6.


at Reductions from
1/4 to 1/3 Off
Sizes 12 to 42
Originally Priced 016.95 to $69.75
Sizes 12 to 18
Originally Priced $16.95 to $55.00
Sizes 11 to 17 - 12 to 46 - 16%/ to 2612
Originally Priced $7.95 to $35.00
Group of Junior Dresses

Bluebooks, mid-semesters, quizzes
--that pre-holiday rush! Just when
you get a schedule neatly worked out
- history test next week. out-side
reading over the week-end, paper af-
ter that, and so forth ad infinitum
-another bluebook another paper,
an earlier due-date on that out-side
reading is announced! Discouraging,
to say the least-
Is It An Educatioi?
Sophomore Cabaret, the Prom,
League Fair, meetings, tea dances.
just-plain-teas, duty calls, and, lost
in the maze, that accumulating mass
of home-work. Sometimes we wonder
what we're getting out of it all-
surely not an education!
Have you ever longed for a lovely,
leisurely existence? Good books, no
worries, long evenings to be spent as
one pleases, concerts to enjoy without
bluebooks hanging over one's head?
The place-a college town; friends-
just enough to enjoy things with and
congenial; home-a tiny apartment
with neighbors. There'd be work-the
kind that one finishes at 5.
Whirl Coes On And On-
It's a pipe dream, no less. One that
comes when school work piles high,
cramming is at its height, and the

Other days shopping hours are from 9 A.M.

All gir t purchases that total
$1.00 or more will be placed
in a Goodyear box and
wrapped with plain white

Your orders by phone or mail go
directly to our personal shop-
per. Just tell her what you
want, and she'll shop as thor-
oughly as you would yourself
na .ng '..Jil attention


. Paying uml-ulU1 uubul1t1V11

tissue free of charge. Or, for to quality and price. wrapping station is
a nominal charge, gifts will Our Personal Shopper will iently located on
be wrapped with gay papers help men too - she'll shop with floor.
them, as well as #or them . , .
and ribbons in the Gift-wrap for just the right sort of gifts
Shop on the second floor. a man will give his wife, moth-
er, sister, or sweetheart.

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