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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1940

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Coffin Capers'
To Preview
Union Opera
New Songs Will Be Featured
By Chandler Pinney; Bill Sawyer
And Orchestra To Furnish Music
Chan Pinney, '41E, star of the 1941
Union Opera, will be featured at
"Coffin Capers," the annual Congres-
sional Fling, to be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m., tomorrow in the ballroom
of the Union.
Pinney, previewing two of the
songs from "Take A Number", will
sing "Your Page In My Memories"
by Ken Summerfelt, Grad., and "A
Dream and I Went Walking", by
Charles Bowen, '41, and Gordon
Hardy, '41SM. A dance team will
perform a waltz and a rhumba, and
the program for the evening will
be completed with incidental execu-
tions.
"A Ghoul's paradise", was the way
Rigor Mortis, master of ceremonies,
termed the decor for the dance. Pic-
turesque gravestones and luminous
Pearly Gates will add cheer to what
would otherwise be, according to
Mortis, a gloomy evening. Eerie
tapers will light up the pessimistic
countenances of the ghastly guests.
The coffin, originally planned to
be placed in the center of the floor,
will probably have to be abandoned
due to an unforeseen circumstance
in connection with a state law. It
seems, Mortis declared, shedding
ghoulish tears, that it is illegal to
place anyone who is not thoroughly
dead in a coffin. However, Mortis
said, brightening, if anyone knows of
a dead body lying around that no
one wants anymore, Congress will be
glad to take it off his hands and
supply it with a fitting coffin.
Bill Sawyer's orchestra, which will
play for the dance, an informal,
open affair, will be broadcast over
WJR.
Tickets, at $1.25 a couple, will re-
main on sale today and tomorrow
at the Wolverine desk, Wahr's book-
store and at' the League and the
Union. Tickets may also be procured
immediately before the dance at the
Union desk. Emil Misura, '42, and
David Panar, '41E, are in charge of
the ticket sale.
Entertainment
To Be Provided
For Knitters
"Listen while you work" will be
the theme of the first meeting of
the new Red Cross chapter which
will meet from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat-
urday at the W.A.B. Classical and
semi-classical recordings will be in-
cluded in the program that will keep
sewing and knitting circles amused
while working.
A large stock of records will be
kept on hand for special requests.
Among these will be: Beethoven's
Seventh Symphony, Schubert's "Un-
finished", Stravinsky's "Rite of
Spring", Bizet's "L'Arlesienne Suite"
No. 2, Tchaikowsky's "Romeo and
Juliet" overture, and Rossini's "Wil-
liam Tell" overture.
The list is completed by Beetho-
ven's Fifth, Bizet's "Carmen", ex-t
cerpts from Verdi's "La Traviata",
an album of Strauss waltzes, plus
many sign-record compositions.
No special program has been ar-
ranged; recordings will be played
whenever requested. All campus wom-
en have been invited to drop in at
the WAB at any time during the

specified hours; no experience or
special skill is required.
Dr. Bell To Attend
National Conference
Dr. Margaret E. Bell, head of the
women's Physical Education Depart-
ment, will attend an Executive Com-
mittee planning meeting for the Na-
tional Conference for Cooperation in
School Health Education today in
Pittsburgh.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Dr.
Bell will be at the Commission meet-
ing of the 1942 Yearbook on Health
Education of the American Associa-
tion of School Administrators.
Assembly To Hold
Mass Meeting Friday
An Assembly mass meeting will
be held Friday at 4 p.m. in the.Grand
Rapids room of the League. It is
necessary that all permanent repre-
sentatives be present as the Consti-
tution will be voted upon and a new
treasurer elected.

To Appear At Union

Z7eaiher Jn Jier (ap-
(Editor's note: With an inspiration bows to their cleanest, apply the hot-
for the betterment of all, Frances test hot water packs you can stand,
Aaronson takes over "The Feather' for
this week.) and rub i ' ┬▒ich oily cream gener-
A mother waits longingly for the
Ann Arbor Special at the train sta-
tion December 21-daughter descends
upon the platform laden down with{
extra hatboxes, a dangling pair of
skates, and two coats over her arm-
mother sighs as she notices her off- *
spring's unkempt hair, slept-in skirt, f =' V1,
and bulging laundry' bag (the silent
token of the family duty to a college
undergraduate).
We plead: the disastrous affects I
of a vacation weekend opened by
the comment "alt my clothes are
dirty; I must go shopping imme- _
diately; my face is in its poorest
condition; all the buttons and ously. After about two minutes,
hooks are off my dresses; haven't absorb the cream with a hot cloth,
slept for weeks" can be avoided. A letting your face literally "steam".
few moments spent each day be- Repeat the process two or three times,
tween now (RIGHT NOW) and and notice the return of that natural
December 20 will put your ward- fresh look.
robe, your personality, and your Take the polish off your nails for
disposition in good condition for a week, and work with oils and a
a grand entrance into Christmas cuticle orange-stick (NOT SCIS-
festivities. SORS) for the "duration". Then
Let's start on you. yourself. If your go back to your favorite color
'lair is bedraggled, there is a whole scheme, and you will notice a more
week to brush it into healthy condi- groomed effect to your hands. AE
;ion before getting a permanent in cream at night will counteract the
Ann Arbor. That will give the new harshness caused by windy gusts
wave more than a week and a half that creep up the best of mitten
;o mellow, so that the family's first sets.
glance at you will find those curly Now, how about the clothes prob-
locks at their best. lem? Take one-half hour off some
evening, and go over your complete
Don't let your friends believe wardrobe. Decide to have all your
that some disastrous diet has spoil- cleaning done now: it probably will
ed your skin, or that failure to wash not cost any more in town than it
your face has removed the lus- will at home. (Most cities have their
trouts glow from your features. problems in common.)
Studying late hours for last exams
is bound to take its toll; we want If you think you are too busy to
to try to counteract that in the sew hooks and eyes now, think of
best possible way. what the rush will be when lunch-
eons, gab-fests, teas, and dances
Try this nightly remedy: before call your attention during the holi-
showering, scrub your face and el- S days.

Eight Houses
To Entertain

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League Tutors
Will Give Help
In Any Subject
"Exam-cram'" time will be upon the

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Sororities Plan Formal Dinners
Before Annual Panhellenic Ball'
With the annual Panhellenic Ball,
which will be held from 9 p.m. to ca
I a.m. tomorrow in the Lcague ball- fe

impus soon, and
ars and worries

with it all the
that accompany

room, comes the usual number of
dinners given by scrority houses.
Alpha Gamma Del' will entertain'
22 couples at their house at 8 p.m.
mnd Alpha Omicron Pi will serve din-
ner to 14 couples before the dance.
At their house on Washtenaw. Chi
Omega will entertain their guests be-
,ore the ball. Twenty-five couples
will be served at the Delta Delta
Delta house and Gamma Phi Beta
will entertain a total of 18 couples.
Kappa Alpha Theta continues the
list of eight houses, with 32 couples
attending the dinner at their house.
Twenty couples will be served dinner
at the Kappa Delta house tomorrow
evening and will continue from there
to the League and Pi Beta Phi will
entertain 30 couples at 7 p.m.
Corsages will be permitted at the
ball, Barbara MacLaughlin, '43, gen-
eral chairman of the Panhellenic
Ball, announced.
Westminster Guild
Plans Dinner-Dance
The Westminster Guild of the
Presbyterian Church will hold a
semi-formal, closed dinner-dance
from T p.m. to midnight Friday.
. There will be dancing between
courses. Decorations will carry out i
a winter theme, with scenes on each
table depicting winter sports.

poor or troublesome classwork. Thus
efforts are being made to avoid these
blights to effective examination study
by preparing all who wish help in any
specific subject for examination time
through the League tutorial system.
Women are advised by chairman
of the tutorial committee, Margaret
Hubbard, '41 that tutoring is best done
now-before it is too late, since tutors
will not be available before finals time.
About 40 women have been tutored
through the system, so far, she stated,
and very favorable results have been
reported. Tutors are available in all
freshmen and beginning courses and
in many advanced courses as well.
Most tutoring, Miss Hubbard fur-
ther stated, has been in chemistry,
mathematics, geology and French.
She added that there is great demand
for chemistry tutors and that any
women wishing to assist others in
these subjects may leave a note in her
League mailbox, or call Miss Mc-
Cormick's, office in the League.
Women wishing to be tutored may
reach committee members the same
way, since office hours will no longer
be held. All tutoring is done in the
League, and a fee of 25 cents an
hour is paid to the tutors.
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
recent pledging of Margaret Cor-
nelius, '41, of New York.

CHANDLER SPINNEY
Tobe-Cobu rn
School To Give
Scholarships
Women Interested In Fashion
Urged To Meet In League
For Further Information
Women aspirants to careers in fa-
3hion or designing and related fields
ire being offered an opportunity for
tudy in this work through the Tobe-
Coburn School for Fashion Careers of
New York City. Five senior women
will be given $700 scholarships again
,his year as has been done in the
past.
Virginia Osgood, '41, in charge of
further information about registra-
ion blanks and test questions for ap-
plicants of the scholarships, has an-
'mounced that she will meet all women
Interested in them from 4:30 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. today in the League, at
which time all further questions will
be answered. Those who cannot at-
tend the meeting at this time should
get in touch with Miss Osgood.
Two sets of test questions and a
-esearch project will complete the
vork for the awards, which will be
announced April 25. Registration
)lanks and answers to the first 10
questions must be mailed to the school
on or before next.. Sunday.
JGP Dance Group
To Rehearse Friday
Juniors who have signed up for
the Friday rehearsals for JGP dance
will meet at 4 p.m. this Friday in-
stead of Friday of next week, as was
previously announced. Low heeled,
hard soled shoes are suggested for
those rehearsing.
The committee is reminded by Mil-
dred Radford, '42, dance chairman,
that eligibility cards must be put in
the folder on League bulletin boards,
or handed in at time of first meeting.
Advisers AreNeeded
All women who have experience in
sewing or knitting and who are in-
terested in being student advisers dur-
ing Red Cross work periods are re-
quested to call Janet Lewin, 2-3119,
chairman of the WAA Red Cross pro-
ject.

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