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Prof. Pollock
Will Give Talk
At CityForum
Two Ann Arbor Attorneys
Also Scheduled To Lead
Discussion Tomorrow
A University professor and two
A4nn Arbor attorneys will lead a
round-table discussion on "The Sig-
nificance of the State and National
Election of 1940" at 8 p.m. tomorrow
at the Ann Arbor Community Forum.
The meeting will be in Pattengill
Auditorium of Ann Arbor High
School.
Professor James K. Pollock, of the
political science department, Mr.
George Meader and Mr. George Burke
are the scheduled speakers. A 45-
minute period will be reserved for
discussion. Professor Pollock is a past
member of the Michigan Committee
of Elections and author of several
books and pamphlets on political
science topics.
The Community Forum, made up of
over 100 Ann Arbor residents meets
the second and fourth Mondays df
the month, and holds- non-partisan
discussions of local, state, national
and international problems. 1
Although principally a town forum,
University students and faculty mem-
bers are invited to attend and enter
into the discussions.
Chairman of the 15-person forum
board is Mr. Arthur Sullivan.

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It's Good ... ht's Sexy! That's Mjmes'Rath Towel Chorus

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Dean Bursley
Traces Student
SenateHistory
Student government has been a
constantly changing affair since its
beginning in 1902, Dean of Students
J. A. Bursley said in an address be-
fore the Student Senate luncheon
yesterday.
A Student Senate was organized in
1902 at the request of the student
body who wished to have representa-
tion in campus affairs. The Commit-
tee on Student Affairs gave permis-
sion for the body to form, and it has
been in existence in various forms
ever since, Dean Bursley stated.
The Dean told of the progression of
student government, since its incep-
tion, noting its various forms and
the things it has accomplished. It
was a student organization which set
regulations for women's hours and

t "out week day dances,i he ex-
plained.
The Committee on Student Affairs
is already to give consideration to
revisions in student government, the

Dean concludedbut. since each pro-
posal must be thoroughly investigated,
the Committee can only accept pro-
posals from existing student govern-
ment organizations.

THENO.*
ITEM ON YOUR
Git List.. IINIJERCIIIEES
0 Posies scattered all over, fascinating erbroidery, evening sheers
and laces, a horoscope border - these are only a few of our unusual
handkerchiefs.
*and.'kerchiefs in gay and startling prints for the cold weather
ahead make wonderful gifts.
0 remember our large personally monogramed handkerchiefs for dad.
"A'ways Reasonably Priced"
G A G E L INEN SHOP
10 NzCKELs ARCADE

You'll have a chance to get a close-up of these terry-clothed "girls" at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday when the
Mimes Union Opera, "Take A Number", opens for a five-performance run at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
in the League. Left to right the sexy-looking ones are Jack Jackovich, '42E; Frank Keith, '4lEd; Ed Whalen,
'42; Warren King, '42; John Powers, '43; Wallace Rosenbaum, '43; Jim Aldrich, '42, and Jerry Rosenzweig, '42.
The Bath Towel Chorus has something to do with Woo Booths, whatever they may be.
Tickets for the Opera are still on sale and there are good seats remaining for the, entire run, Jack
Silcott, general chairman, announced last night.
The girls compose one of the six different "Take A Number" choruses. Other choruses are the Saddle
Shoe Shuffle, Oriental, ROTC, Deans and Ken Summ erfelt's Waltz chorus featuring his song, "Your Page
in My Memories Is Blue." Summerfelt is also author of "To Michigan" which will be sung by the Glee Club.

Sk-

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Campus Club

Koussevitzky
His Musical

Begat
Career

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On Double Bass Viol
Serge Koussevitzky, Russian-born
conductor of the Boston Symphony
Orchestra which plays the fifth 1940
Choral Union Concert at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Hill Auditorium, made
his debut in the musical world as a
virtuoso of the double bass.
It', was merely by chance that the
now world-famous maestro even un-
dertook the study of the unwieldy in-
strument. As a boy, penniless and
alone, he applied at the Philharmonic
School in Moscow and was allowed to
enter under a scholarship which hap-
pened to be open at the time-a
scholarship forcing him to make a
study of the double bass.
However, Koussevitzky was not for
long satisfied with such a limited out-
let for his musical sensitivity, and
therefore he organized his own sym-
phony orchestras which gained fame
throughout the country.
Benz To Speak Today
Fred Benz, famous Ann Arbor world
traveler, will show color motion pic-
tures of big game which he took on
African game. trails at 7 p.m. today
at the Union following the regular
Sunday evening supper of the In-
ternational Center, Prof. Raleigh Nel-
son announced.

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All students who are interested in
forming a ski club on campus are
invited to attend an organizational
meeting at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Union. Formation of the club
and plans for the year will be dis-
cussed.
At present, the nucleus of the club
is formed by several graduate stu-
dents interested in skiing. Among
some of the suggestions put forth
by Robert Lewis, Grad., some of the
more experienced members of the
club will give instructions to novice
skiers; regular ski tramps will be
held, and travel up to regions in the
Upper Peninsula on snow trains will
be considered.

( 'Go Home Crowned
with BEfIUTY
Soon you'll be back home for the holidays. There will be plenty
of eyes on you . . . so look your loveliest with a . . .
BLUEBIRD PERMANENT
Qur beauty "tip" is . . . mak.e your appointment without delay.
BLUEBIRD BEfAIUTY SHOP
5 NICKELS ARCADE Phone 9619

SUNDAY
SUPPED
DECEMBER 8, 1940
Bowl of Chili Con Carne
Head Lettuce, French Dressing
Pecan Pumpkin Pie
or Chocolate Sundae
Beverage
50e
Grilled Pork Chop
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Fresh Peas
Apple Pie or Ice Cream
Beverage
50e
Fried Select Oysters,
Tartar Sauce
French Fried Potatoes{
Mexican Cole Slaw
Pineapple Sundae
or Angel Food Cake
Beverage
60e
Chicken a la Reine Soup
Roast Leg of Veal, Spiced Pear
Mashed Potatoes
Buttered Broccoli
Pecan Pumpkin Pie
or Baked Apple
Beverage
75e
GOOD FOOD
Excellent Service
6 to 7:30 o'clock
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Maybe he's longing for a hint or two to
help him in his shopping. Just leave this
advertisement where He can see it. He'll
come here for these wonderful things by
Lucien Lelong and you'll have a grand
Christmas indeed!

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s "Le Castel" looks like a medieval castle,
but its four towers contain four luscious
perfumes by Lucien Lelong-Indiscret,
Impromptu, Tailspin and Carefree.
$5 $IO
" Lucien Lelong's "Paint Box" contains
a compete course in make-up-rouge,
lipstick. eye shadow and mascara for
different ensembies. A stunning gift!?$10

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" Lucien Lelon g's Cologne with
"Jabot" fragrance is sheer ele-
gance and charm. Makes each
wearing an -vent. $5
" Lovely Christmas Set-con-
sists of "Whisper" Perfumed
Cologne and Tale in the same
fragrance. $2.50

.LucienLelong's Talc is simply
delicious-soft, smooth and
wonderfully fragrant. $1
s The most sumptuous gift im-
aginable is "Jabot" Perfume
... a fragrance of sheerest ele-
gance and grandeur. One size
only. $2$
" "Robin Hood" Cologne is
high-spirited and adventure-
some, popular and appealing. $1

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Getting up in the cold, grey
dawn is seldom a pleasure but
it can be if you slip into a warm,
snuggly housecoat. And by the
way, since you know what a
luxury it is to own a lovely
housecoat, why not make this
an important item on your
Christmas shopping list?

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A Stunning "Scoop Wedgie"
of slipper 'Satin. Black with
Red or Blue with Red.
B "Panda" Scuff of rich,
electrified shearling with
Bunny Fur cuff. White, Red,
Wine, Beige, Blue, or Black.
C "Platform" Wedgie of
rich Rayon Faille with Multi-
Color Satin. Black, Wine or
Blue.
D "Panda" Slipper of furry,
electrified shearling. Beige,
Red, Wine, Blue, Black or
White.

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What greater comfort is there
during these coldest months
than to crawl into a warm,
cozy bed after a long day?
These soft Snuggle - Bunnies
and challe gowns and pajamas
are designed to make your
sleeping hours a real luxury.
Several models even have
hoods to add the fashionable
touch.

* "Tailspin" Perfume is Lucien Lelong's
newest-a heady, dizzying fragrance,
exciting as falling in love. Just see its
rod-white-blue package $6.5O SIO

" "Penthouse" contains four of
Lucien Lelong's Perfumes un-
der one roof-grand com-
panionsI $2.50 $5

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AT THE COSMETIC COUNTER where yon will also find complete lines of Dorothy
Gray, Lentheric, Schiaparelli, Harriet Hubbard Ayres, Tussy, Guerlain, Corday, Chanel,

Also "Daniel Green" Slippers
$3.50 and $3.95

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