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September 30, 1941 - Image 18

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Baby Bob Pigtails And Bangs
Banish Bobbie Pins And Curlers'
Remember how tired and sleepy
you were last night, so tired from The baby bob that has swept col-
hunting for classrooms, from the lege campuses has ample reason for
bookstore's bedlam, and from dash- its popularity. With a flick of the
ing frantically to rushing teas that comb it's in place, following the con-
you almost forgot to put up your
hair? And that would have been tours of the head. Comes a gust of
disastrous, for you have not been wind and your mop only becomes
endowed with curly locks. You are disarmingly tousled. Of course you
just another girl whose hair goes need a permanent to put the curls
discouragingly straight every time it in in the first place if it isn't natur-
rams. ally there.
We agree that you do look glm- If we can't persuade you to go to
orcus with sleekly brushed locks tha extremes in the matter of length,
curl so softly above your shoulders. then perhaps you'll revert to your
But how often do you look that way? chih pitail ys to yus.
Not on your dateless nights or at childhood pigtail days to please s.
your eight o'clock or painting dec-Ys' pigtailsnat and shiny and
orations at the League. And cer- be-ribboned, with a clean part down
tainly not when you were too tired he back! ometimes bows at the
to put up your hair the night before! ends, on occasion scarlet ribbons en-
to pt u yor hir te nghtbefre!twined in the braids.
Why not discard kid curlers and A fluff of a bang in front will
bobbie pins? Emancipate yourself lessen the severity of the part in the
from this nightly chore by a quick middle and will be more becoming.
trip to the hairdresser. Take the mOralong with a banged brow, try
drastic step. Have your mangled braided maccaroons worn over the
locks chopped off with a deft razor ears, very reminiscent of the way
within three inches of their lives! orsoter ore thenrhifthay
_________________________our mothers wore their hair in that
first World War era. You can wear
the maccaroons both day and even-
If your mane is too short to braid,
sweep up the sides to set off pretty
ears and pull the back locks into a
neat tuft at the back of your head.
j Snip a bit of plaid off the hem of
your skirt to tie it in place.
If you like to experiment but are
BUSHING afraid you'll regret any hair-cutting
CHARM . . . when it's too late, train your front
hair into a bang without chopping
Hair, face and nails perfectly groom- it short. It can be done by first
ed by our experts. The "new" Di combing the section back off your
Mattiainvites you to try our "purse- brow, pinning it securely, and then
letting the ends fall forward in a
soft bang.
Veronica Lake are apt to turn into
Beauty Shag mangled manes. Anyway, they've
been used for years. Get yourself
1114 South University a new coiffure to go with your new
fall hat.
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Right For Rushing
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The 'I Do's' Have It,

Or So

Weddings, Engagements

Of University Couples Would



It seems to be all the vogue now-
adays-at least everybody's doin' it,
if that's indicative of anything. From
the news of weddings and engage-
ments that has been piling in via
friends and relatives, we must say
the "I do's" have it.
The wedding of Dorothy Becker,
(daughter of Philin J B cker of Clin

Miss Newblatt, who was affiliatedI
with Phi Sigma Sigma while on cam-
pus, graduated from the University
in June. She was also president of
the Hillel Players. Mr. Weinstein ob-
tained his A. B. degree at Notre
Dame, and his M. S. at the University
of Chicago.

Udgit p rtllj .e n3CC ltl- Tewdigwl aepaei e
ton, and Paul French, '40, son of trohe wedding wi take place in De-
Mrs. S. Edith French of Ann Arbor, er .

Dressy enough for rushing des-
serts you'll be going to this week
and for weekend dancing at the
Union;'yet classic enough to wear
to class is the dress above. It can
be worn withput the pique collar
too. P.S. You don't have to wear a
hat to sorority desserts!

'. . .as a Michigan Coed
you'll wear lots of sweat-
r x h" ~ers and skirts.
Sweaters . * .*/*
$1.98 to $3.98 .-
$2.98 to $5.98
fe W:Ct ei&et h
in the Fall fa
rresistible as your favorite
story-book hero...sDe Liso Debs
new Fall inspirations are the
"look-of-the-month"! it's their
knack of being first with the new
that lends excitemenit to these
shoes olive with youth.
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Entry Dead line
.for Tourney
To Be Friday
Tennis court calendar for the sea-
son will begin with a women's singles
and mixed doubles tournament, Har-
riet Pratt, '43, who is in charge, has
Entries in the tournaments must
post their names by Friday on the
bulletin board of the Women's Ath-
letic Building, and playing will begin
immediately. Since the season is
short, everyone is urged to play her
match at the earliest possible date.
Deadlines for matches will be post-
ed on the tournament sheets on the
bulletin board, and time for the first
meeting of the tennis club will be
posted in the Daily Official Bulletin.
Last spring's winner of women's
singles was Elizabeth Bunnell, '44,
who defeated Josephine Lloyd, '44.
Jane Edmonds, '44, and Sally Ses-
sions, '44, defeated Margaret Cotton,
'42, and Jean ,Johnson, '42Ed, in
women's doubles, while in the mixed
doubles, Betty Varnell and Herman
Fishman, '42, were victors over Miss
Johnson and James Lovell, '44.
Meeting To Be Held
By Sports Managers
House sports managers will meet at
4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the WAB, Jean
Johnson, '42Ed, WAA intramural
house manager has announced.
Managers of the various sports of
the first outdoor season, including
archery, 'dancing, fencing, field
hockey, golf; outdoor sports, riding,
swimming, tennis, and volleyball, will
speak to the group about their pro-
grams for the coming season.

took place Sept. 20 in the parlors of
the First Methodist Church with
Rev. J. Edward Lantz reading the
Only relatives of the couple and
close friends were present at the
ceremony. Richard Mann, '40, acted
as best man for Mr. French. After
an airplane trip to Chicago and
Iron Mountain, the couple will be at
home after Oct. 3 in the Doric
Apartments. Mrs. French received
her bachelor of science degree from
Michigan State Normal College.
Two University graduates, Ruth
Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Emerson Wood, Jr., of Gull
Lake, and Dr. John Robert Hodg-
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Henry Hodgson of Muskegon
Heights, were married Sept. 2? in
St. Luke's Episcopal Church at
Grand Rapids.
Mrs. Hodgson attended the lit-
erary college where she was a
member of Alpha Omicron Pi and
Omega Upsilon and received her
degree from the school of nursing.
Dr. Hodgson received his degrees
from the literary college and medi-
cal school. He belongs to Theta
Kappa Psi, professional fraternity
and to Galens, honorary medical
Dorothy Marian Shall, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson R. Shall of
Ann Arbor, and Raymond Jack
Green, '42, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arth-
ur F. Green of Grand Haven, were
married Sept. 20 in the Michigan
League Chapel. Rev. Ernest C. Stell-
horn, pastor of Zion Lutheran
Church, officiated. After a boat
trip to Niagara Falls, Mr. and Mrs.
Green will be at home at 610 Law-
rence St.
Mary Pate, '43, of North Adams,
was married to E. Jerome Fink, '42,
of Detroit, June 14. Miss Pate is
a member of Kappa Delta and was
a member of central committee of
Sophomore Cabaret. Mr. Fink is a
member of Alpha Kappa Lambda.
Ruth Chatart, '40, of Willemette,
Ill., and Oscar A. Nelson, '43M., of
Lamar, Colo., were married Sept. 6.
Sally Morris and Vincent Mc-
Pfarlan were married Sept. 27 in
the First Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Heal, of
Gary, Indiana, announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Rhonia, '41,
on June 19, to Howard Lubbers, '41L,
of Orange City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs.
Lubbers were married in Gary and
will live in Detroit.
Harriet Johnson, '40, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Meyer Johnson of
Wahpeton, North Dakota, was
married July 30, in Honolulu, Ha-
waii, to Wilbur Davidson, '40, of
Port Huron.
The marriage of Clara Arabelle
Knight, '42, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Webster Knight of Grosse Pointe, to
King Clifford of Detroit, took place
on September 20 at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ford will be at home in Detroit.
The engagement of Doris Smith,
'42, and Bill Leeder, '41E, has been
announced. Miss Smith is a mem-
ber of Kappa Delta and Mr. Leeder
Lelongs to Acacia.
The engagement and approaching
marriage of Anit Anne Newblatt, '41,,
to Benjamin H. Weinstein, of South
Bend, Indiana, was recently an-
nounced by her mother, Mrs. F. I.
Newblatt, of Flint.

The engagement of Caroline Howe
Holt, '42, and Harry Mitchell Kelsey,
'42, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Kelsey
f Hermitage Rd. and Grosse Pointe,
has been announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Farrington Holt of Birmingham,
parents of the bride-elect. The date
for the wedding has not been an-
nounced. Miss Holt is a member of
Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Kel-
sey belongs to Sigma Delta Chi, na-
tional professional society in jour-
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Shirley Graham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
E. Graham of Ann Arbor, to Clay-
ton Frederick Kullman, '41BAd., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Kull-
man of Albany, N.Y. The wedding
will be this fall. Miss Graham at-
tended Michigan State Normal Col-
lege where she was a member of
Theta Lambda Sigma sorority.
Mr. Kullman' attended Hope Col-
lege at Holland and received his
master's degree in business admin-
istration here.
Dean and Mrs. Raymond E. Man-
chester of Kent, O., have announced
the betrothal of their daughter, Mary
Jane, to Dr. Karl F. Lagler, son of
Mrs. Rosalie Lagler of Ann Arbor.
Following her graduation with hon-
ors from Kent State University, Miss
Manchester received her master's and
doctor's degrees in speech from the
University, where she was for some
time a member of the staff of the
speech clinic. Affiliated with Phi
Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma and Alpha
Psi Omega, honorary dramatic fra-
ternity, she was formerly national
secretary of Alpha Si'gma Tau. At
the present time she is in the posi-
tion of speech correctionist in the
Highland Park Public Schools.
A graduate of the University of
Rochester, Mr. Lagler is a member
of the faculty in the Department of
Zoology.in the University. He re-
ceived his master's degree in zoology
at Cornell University and his doctor's
degree at the University. Organi-
zations of which he is a member in-
clude the American Wildlife Insti-
tute, Theta Delta Chi, Gamma Alpha,
Phi Sigma and Sigma Xi. Besides
his work in the University, he has
been doing research work on fisheries.
No date has been set for the wed-

w. (

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Mittle-
staedt of Detroit announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Dorothy
Phyllis, to Robert M. McAnulty, also
of Detroit, early this summer. No
wedding date has been set. The
bride-elect is a graduate of the
University, and Mr. Mittlestaedt
attended Highland Park Junior Col-
lege and Wayne University before
coming to the University.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carpenter of
Ann Arbor have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Marg-
aret, to George E. Longhurst, '42E,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Long-
hurst of Albany, N.Y. The date for
the wedding has not yet been set.

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324 South State






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There's an open field this
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silks, crepes, plaids . . .
pleats, gathers, peplums.
Choose your favorite and
be your most charming


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