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November 12, 1939 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-11-12

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Ni BaniICHTtiB Tmrr IneguB
iellenie B an qu et Will Be Tomorrow In L eague Ball


if Is Spirit
e Former Students
Deliver Addresses;
ards To Be Given
ellenic Association will hold its
nual banquet at 5:45 p.m. to-
in the League Ballroom.
it of Cooperation in Panhel-
vill be the theme of the dinner
vill be attended by all sorority'
ations will be based on soror-
)rs and insignia.. The pin of
ganization will markthe table
h the members are to be seat-
flags in the house colors will
in the ballroom. Individual
ards will be used this year.
Awards To Be Made
program will feature speeches
iet Heath, '36, Hope Hartwig,
Marcia Connell, '39. Annabel
nkle, '41, chairman of the ban-
vill act as toastmaster. Ira
th, registrar of , the Univer-
1 announce the scholarship
and Dean Alice Lloyd will pre-
ze Dean's Office scholarship
and speak on "The Effect of
w Spirit of Cooperation in
enic on the University."
a Kappa Gamma and Delta
Delta, the sororities which'
highest in the Lantern Night
st year, will sing. Barbara
'40, president of the Asso-
will introduce the speakers.
ommittee Includes Eight
committee in charge of the
tincludes: Miss Van Winkle;
-row, '42, programs; Florence
o, '41, assistant for programs;
lyn Dunn, '42, music; June
'40A, decoration; Kathryn
g, '42, menu; Jane Wilson,
ting arrangements, and Fran-

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Womten Asked
To Aid Charity
Welf are Bureau To Give'
Clothing To Local Needy
Opportunity to be of real service
to the community will be given to
women on campus in the capacity of
giving aid to the Family Welfare
Bureau of Ann Arbor.r
Each Thanksgiving the Bureau un-
dertakes the distributimi of clothing
without cost to needy. families of the
town. The clothing is given to the
agency by the Needlework Guild, un,-
der the leadership of Mrs. A. S. Aiton.
The Campfire Girls and other org ani-
nations undertake the making of the
clothes and then give them to the
Needlework Guild.
Due to the amount of work that is
attached to the sorting and packing
of the clothing, the Bureau has asked

GPd GrereugIsIporit dLs
PrerequisiteFor Good Looksl

women to come down to
which is at 201 E. Ann
p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.'
is offering merit points
women for their service.

the Agency,
St., from 1
The League
to campus

Heavy costume jewelry has become more popular than ever. Simple,
dark dresses worn with distinctive accessories are especially good for tea
time wear. Hats are becoming even more extreme and serve to add that
final touch to the informal costume.
Woman Chemistry Major Aids
Physician In Cancer Research

Second In Series
Of Coffee Hours
Will BeTuesday
Second in the series of Union Cof-
fee Hour tea dances will be held from
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the small ballroom of the Union.
Specially honored groups will be
1Delta Gamma, Beta Theta Pi, Jordan
Ball and Allen House, although the
entire student body is cordially invit-
ed, Charles Heinen, '40E, publicity
chairman, announced.'
The purpose of the Coffee Hours is
to provide a means of enabling stu-
dents to form new friendships, James
Palmer, '41E, chairman, said. Stress-
ing the need for such a program in
a large university, he explained that
along with the all-campus tea dances
the Union hopes its Coffee Hours will
serve as an integrating factor for the
student body.

Health Is First Necessity;
Simple Beauty Routine
Is QuickAnd Effective
Good grooming, that quality prov-
ing so elusive to some women, is in
reality an attribute which any in-
dividual may acquire if only the de-
sire to do so is strong enough.
There are a few fundamental re-
quirements for good grooming which,
incidentally, are those which are al-
so fundamental to the revealing of
beauty. It is a frequently voiced
opinion that only a well-groomed
person is truly beautiful. It seems
rather curious when two attributesI
which are so universally desired by
women can be acquired simultaneo-.s-
ly with the formation of common
necessary habits, that more women
do not realize this truth and profit
by it.
Health Is Important
First on the list of requirements
we place health. No person who does
not possess good health can be well
groomed or beautiful. This entails.
the necessity of self restraint in *at-
ters of diet and the obtaining of ia
sufficient amount of sleep and ex-
ercise. The difficulty here is not in
finding out what to do; rather it is
in sticking to prescribed routine with
severe regularity until the desired
habit is formed. The necessity for
regularity and routine canot be
stressed too highly. It is the girl who
is faithful for gone week and. then in-
dulges for a week who does not ob-
tain results and wonders, 'what the
other girl' has that she hasn't!' if
habits are formed, good grooming be-
comes an almost inherent part of the
individual personality and is no
longer a noticeable effort.
At this point the importance of
posture in good grooming might be
mentioned. No matter how faithful
to all other routine, Sally Stoop just
never makes a favorable impressin.
It is Susie Straight, whos eyes are on
the clouds who apears the 'queen.'
Beauty Ritual Is Simple
With excellent health, half the
battle is won. Now it is necessary to
follow a simple beauty ritual. Here
again regularity is important, with
emphasis on cleanliness. And very
unwise is the girl who must try every
intrguing cream or astringent which
appears on the market. Consult a
good physician about your beauty
preparations. He is the person who
can recommend the product which
will utlimately bring the best results.
In the matter of cosmetics a great
deal of restraint and selection is
necessary in order to present a well-

groomed and beautiful appearance.1
Remember the person who appears
naturally beautiful is the one who is'
envied, for the girl who is too heavily
made-up apears to be hiding soms de-
Now a very important.requirement
is the wardrobe of the well-groomed
lady. A person wMo is fastidious,
personally, can put on almost any-t
thing and present a stunning appear-i
ance. Clothes being superficial, we'
hold that it is not the clothes which
make the girl but rather the girl who
makes the clothes.
Restraint Is Needed
in choosing a wardrobe, again we
recommend restraint. Many women
complain of having no taste in dress.
Very often these same women choose
articles-of apparel which are singu-
larly attractive but which make the
individual wardrobe appear uncoordi-
nated to say the least. It is not neces-
sairly the girl with the most clothes
who emerges on the street the most
attractive and well groomed, rather
it is the girl with' the smaller but
well-chosen and well-cared-for ward-
robe who makes a lasting impression
on the passer by.
In the hustle and bustle of campus
life, the girl who has health, beauty,
and fashion simmered down to a sys-
tem, is the truly well groomed coed
and the one who can devote all her
time and energies to 'getting around,,
secure in the knowledge that uhe is
attractive in her 'getting.'
Guest Speaker Is Chosen
Prof. Leonard Gregory, of the
School. of Music, will be the= guest.
speaker forutheCongregational Fel-
lowship at 7 p.m. today. His topic
,will be "music appreciation," "and, he
will use records to illustrate his

V1leybuii Sciedile: Kap~pa Al-
pha Theta .Pi Beta hi (1) at;
4:30 p.m. Tuesday; Alpha Delta
Pi vs. Maddy House (2) at 5:10
p.m. Tuesday ; Martha Cook X vs.
winners of (1)- (A tournament
finals); Mosher vs. winners of (2)
-(B tournament finals) Thurs-
day; winners of A tournament vs.
winners of B tournament, Friday.
Barbour Gymngsiun will be
open to all those wishing to prac-
tice volleyball at 5:10 p.m. Mon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Archery: Meeting at 4:30 p.m.
Thursday at Palmer Field, fol-
lowed by supper at the' Women's
Athletic Building.
Hockey: Practic~e meetings at
4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
'Game with Ypsilanti State Teach-
ers College at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
Mary L COATS and
Maker of Gowns 506 E. Liberty
Alterations Phone 3468
for every occasion.
We know yon tvill
be pleascd.
Oriental Gift Shop
300-B S. State St.

sed of phrases of
and written by
will be presented

Is Chosen

the central committee
Banquet will compose
'ommittee.for Assembly


Only student to assist Dr. James
T. Bradbury; instructor and research
worker in the department of obste-,
trics and gynecology, in his experi-
ments on cancer producing com-
pounds is Marjorie Lewisohn, '40,
chemistry major at the University
who plans to take her graduate work
in the field of medicine.
Since her sophomore year in col-
lege, Miss Lewisohn has been work-
ing with Dr. Bradbury and Dr. W.
E. Bachmann of the chemistry de-
partment on the synthesis of cancer
producing compounds. The experi-
ments are mainly carried on by in-
jecting various compounds into mice
and then checking their reactions.
Three days a week, it is Miss
Tapping To Show Movies
To Four Alumni Groups
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of the Alumni Association, will
show motion pictures of the Michi-
gan-Minnesota football game to fourl
nearby University of Michigan Clubs
this week :-
Tomorrow noon in Pontiac, Tues-
day noon in Toledo, Tuesday noon
in Port Huron, and Wednesday night
in Ferndale. At the latter meeting
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the poli-
tical science department will speak
on "Neutrality Legislation."
Tapping will address a membership
roundup of the Toledo YMCA to-
morrow night.

Lewisohn's duty to check the mice,
paint the compounds on their skins,
and then, depending on whether tu-
mers appear or not, either kill the
mice or cut off the growths, while
keeping them alive by giving an an-
Theseitumors are then sent to the
pathology diVision to see if cancer
has developed and, if a positive re-
port is indicated, to determine what
compounds were conducive to the
disease, and also the potency of these


Houses Will Hold

is the backbone of
your hat wardrobe.
An Unusual Collection
from $3.00

SeC'sic .e

Exchange Dinners



Mattia Beauty,
the Parrot - 338 So. State
Staebler Beauty Shops
320 East Liberty
East Huron near Mosher-Jordan


Last summer, missntewisonhnheiped
Dr. C. C. Little, former president of Women from Mosher Hall and
the University, in his cancer research medical students from Victor Vaughan4
laboratory at Bar Harbor, Me. and Adams Houses will be given an
When' questioned as to how she opportunitsy to meet each other to--1
first became interested in the prob- morrow at exchange dinners to be
lem of cancer research, Miss Lewis- held in the houses. Thirty men from
ohn stated that a cousin, who is ex- Victor Vaughan House and 10 men
perimenting on cancer in Mount Sinai from Adams House will be guests atc
Hospital in New York City, first Mosher Hall and the same number
aroused her interests in the field. of women will be entertained at the1
men's dormitories.
Dormitory To Give Tea Dancing will be held after dinnerx
in the radio room of the dormitory
Jordan Hall will hold a tea from at Mosher Hall and there will be- op-
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the portunity provided for bridge and
radio room of the dormitory. Doris ping pong tournaments.
Kimball, '43, is in charge, and special Bridge and jacks" tournaments
guests will be residents of Mosher tare also being arranged for dormitory
Hall. residents.
n Y """G o m C
YY Reversiblies
kFAvR WEATHER or foul over every
IJthing from campus clothes to date
dresses! Wonderful tweeds in plaids,
mixtures or plain colors; water-proof,~ .
wind-proof gabardine linings. Some
with detachable hoods. Blue, wine,
navy, brown and black. Sizes 10 to 18.;
14.95 to 19.95 t
149 to1995 rj

r .,Featuring LARKWOOD for your
hosiery wardrobe. In all smart-
est shades at 89c.
Shop of Distinctive Millinery
613 East Willian, 4 Doors Off State

in sheer wool


Nipped in Waists
Flared Skirts
Clever Belts .
Delicious Colors

dressy enough for dates,
dash in and see them.
Ten chances to one you'll
wear one home.

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