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h Union Formal To Open Autumn Social Season Friday, Oci

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')eddings
. and,
Egagemen ts
The wedding of Mary Ellen Wilson,
daughter of Dr. Fred B. Wilson of
Deaver, Pa., and the late Mrs. Wilson,
and Alfred H. Waldchen, '38E, sonI
of Mrs. Anna Waldchen of Dearborn,
took place Saturday, Sept. 30 in the
Michigan League chapel.
Mrs. Waldchen, a graduate of Gen-1
eva College at Beaver, took her mas-
ter's degree in the University in 1937
and studied toward her doctor's de-
gree. Mr. Waldehen received his de-
gree in chemical engineering and is'
a member of Tau Beta Pi, honorary
engineering society, and of Vulcans.
* * *
The engagement of Jean Kyer,
daughter of Mrs. Charles Kyer of
the Forest Plaza and the late Mr.
Kyer, to Dr. Thomas Findley of St.
Louis, Mo., son of Dr. and Mrs. Pal-
iner Findley of Omaha, Neb., has
been' announced by Mrs.. Kyer. The
wedding will take place in April.
Miss Kyer graduated from Smith
College at Northampton, Mass., and
then attended the University. She
is affiliated with Alpha Phi. Dr.l
Findley received his degrees from
Princeton University and the Univer-
sity of Chicago medical college. He
is a member of the medical faculty of
Washington University in St. Louis,
and was an instructor in internal
medicine in the University.

Al -State Dance
To Be At Union,
Traditional Football Affair
Will, Be HeldSaturday
The traditional All-State dance,
climax of the annual Michigan-Mich-
igan State football classic, will once
again be held at the Union, Irl Brent,
'40, social chairman of the Union an-
nounced yesterday.;
Two ballrooms will be utilized, with;
Bill Sawyer holding forth from his
usual stand on the second floor, and
Woody Mack playing from the third-
floor ballroom.
Dancing will be continuous from 9
p.m. to midnight Saturday, and the
music of each band will be piped
through to the other ballroom, Brent{
said.
The All-State dance is open to al-
umni and undergraduates from both
Michigan State College and the Uni-
versity.
Mass Meeting Set
For Theatre Arts
For the benefit of the less hardy
and adventurous members of our
community there will be a second
mass meeting of the Theatre Arts
Committee at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the League.
Zelda Davis, '40, general chairman,
Dorothy Nichols, '40, assistant gen-
eral chairman, and Richard Mc-
Kelvey, director of the Children's
Theatre join the central committee
in urging all those interested in any
phase of the committee's work to at-
tend the meeting.
Ushering'Applicants Called

Grecian Motif
P redoin ales
New Jewelry
"It's all Greek to me" wail the
freshmen as they wander across cam-
pus in a greenish haze. And well
they may in this season when soror-
ities and fraternities are the thing,
and no one has been known to utter
a coherent sentence without an Al-
pha or a Beta slipping in.
Our bustles and our plaids may re-
flect the Paris influence, but our
accessories cry "Greece." A famous
Swiss designer gives us a necklace
and bracelet composed of wooden
discs with a variety of fraternities
symbolized on them. You can have
the buckle of your favorite belt em-
bossed with the name of your own
sorority. A tailored blouse has an
all-over print of the Greek alphabet,
and of course the scarves on our
heads have a distinctly foreign touch.
A novel idea would be to have your
socks and handkerchiefs embroid-
ered with your sorority emblem. This
would certainly be more effective
than your first name or initials, and
much more subtle than your phone
number. A canvass of users of this
method shows that they recommend
it highly. The results are more than
worth the effort they say. The Greeks
may not have had the word for it, but
they certainly had the alphabet.
W.A.A. SPORTS.
Archery: Shoot and supper at
1:15 p.m. Thursday at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Dance Club: Tea and organiza-
tion meeting from 3:30 p.m. to 5
p.m. Wednesday at the Women's
Athletic Building.
Field Hockey: Practise sessions
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs-
day at Palmer Field.
House MWainagers: Organization
meeting at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
at the Women's Athletic, Building.

The wedding of Miss Frances Ingall All women interested in ushering
of .Thompson St., and Bennett Mc- for the Theatre-Arts productions are
Glone of Chicago will take place on asked to meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
Oct. 7 in the Church of Christ, Dis- in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
ciples in Ann Arbor. Mr. McGlone of the League, according to Peggy
is a graduate of the University and is Cornelius, '41, chairman of Art Cine-
enployed in Chicago. ma productions.

THE MacDOUGALS AND Mac- newest ideas. Want the phone J U N E G R E Y'S
GREGORS ARE SCOUTING FOR number? It's 4702. SHOP (you pass it
THE CLAN! We're looking for * * * as you walk toward
you if you've' a "wee the Engine Arch) is
" <i-. b)it o' Scotch i' the FOR THOSE SORORITY DATES a treasure chest of r
blood", or a yearning you'll want the most impressive of clever accessories.
for a gay plaid. Cause formals, and that means some- Right now, we're
plaids are headlines thing different! Where? Why at marveling over the
again. DILLONS (a- SOREN'S (the luscious angora
round the corner on little shop a- mittens in 24 hues.
State St.) can show round the cor- And we ask you to name a color
you the brightest of ner from Wil . of the rainbow that you can't find
Scotch kities, or skirts liams Street.) among the 32 shades of sport
if you must be literal. Unique and socks. Hair bows made while you
Bfu ute's litral stunning is the wait to fit your exact require-
some which takes our eye: subtly blackand white ments in size and color. For spice
blended colors in the skirt and a and grey taf- to your suit, try a Duvetyne blouse,
blended coloresinGthen skirtn a feta check wo- soft as a kitten's ear. Hats made
tailored Forest Green velveteen y en with a sil-sotaakitnserHtsmdjcetlednthsmefcig to suit your particular type!
jacket lined in the same fetching $ verthreat that
plaid. If you take to red there's casts a shim- * * *
a, honey with sooty black velvet mering sheen PEOPLE ARE TALKING About
them and priced to thrill. a Scotch as you move, the stunning formal ~rocks at
heandprcdothilhtiny black KESSELS CAMPUS SHOP, and
velvet bolero is . you might as well be the one re-
** * lined with the ceiving the compli-
ON A BUDGET? and aren't we sam fasiat ments. See them,
all? Then listen, my gals, and ig mate A- and you can't re-
you shall hear of the perfect place feta offsets the sist. An exquisite
to renew your curly coiffures. demure basque bodice with a 'red' turquoise slipper
The ALEXANDRE petticote that flashes where the satin looks like the
SCHOOL OF C05 'billowing skirt is looped up with belle o' the ball!
sETOLOGY, 6t01 red velvet bows. A deep black Tiny checked taf-
E. Williams, is the velvet boasts starchy, pure white feta skirt rustles
pace you've been Irish lace. Different is decidedly under a black vel- "
searching for. the word for them. vet jacket with the
Prices that won't F- talked-about hood.
c~use even the slen- * * * If you'd like to be different you
derest of budgets to THE WHOLE WORLD has gone could create a large whisper with
flick an eyelash! And there're "Accessory mad", and it's a smart the "Apron" dress, sooty black
sone smart operators here who girl who beguiles her public with velvet, again, edged with stark
would like to show you their a variety of ingenious tricks. white embroidery lace.
Casi
IN WOOL
A "go-everywhere" dress that's
good for any figure - from B. H.
Wragge's matched wardrobe. Have
it in grouse brown, bronze green or
cranberry. Match to its "Berkeley
Square" plaid tweed belt . . . a
jacket, 14.95, a "Gay Nine1ies"
toque, 6.00.

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