TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1948
THE MICHIG~AN DAILY
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;Mass Meeting Will Be Held for Women
Interested in Informal Rushing This Fall;
Eligibility Cards Necessary To Register
Panhellenic Association will hold
a mass meeting for all women who
are planning to participate in in-
formal. rushing this fall at 5 p.m.
Thursday in the Henderson Room
of the League.
First semester freshmen are not
eligible to rush. All others, includ-
ing transfers from other schools,
may participate in informal rush-
Registration for rushing will be
held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday
in Miss McCormick's office in the
League Undergraduate Office. The
registration fee will be $1.00.
Eligibility cards are necessary
for registration. These may be ob-
tained from 2 to 5 p.m. on week
days in Room 2, University Hall.
No girl may rush unless she
has been registered.
Informal rushing will start Sun-
day, Oct. 17, and continue until
Friday, Oct. 22. Sunday there will
be open houses from 2 to 5 p.m.
Following this will be informal
parties such as luncheons, dinners
and coke dates. Invitations will be
given by phone after the first
Each rushee must attend two
parties after the open house in
order to pledge. At the third party
she may be asked to pledge. Pledg-
ing is scheduled for Sunday, Oct.
Those houses that are eligible
and planning to rush are Alpha
Delta Pi, 722 South Forest; Colle-
giate Sorosis, 1501 Washtenaw,
Delta Zeta, 1824 Geddes; Gamma
Phi Beta, 1520 South University;
Kappa Delta 1620 Cambridge, and
Zeta Tau Alpha, 826 Tappan.
Soph Dues Campaign To Begin;
Orientation Petitions Due Friday
The decorations and makeup
committees of Soph Cabaret will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the League.
Women are still needed for com-
mittee work on the Cabaret. Any-
one interested should contact
Ethel Morris, 2-2591.
DORM CANDY booth managers
will meet at 5 p.m. today in the
Undergraduate Office of the
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There will be a meeting of
women interested in being host-
esses at League Open Houses at
4 p.m. today in the League.
The Open Houses are held Sun-
day evenings from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
in the Grand Rapids Room.
TRYOUTS for the Campus cas-
bah floorshows will be conducted
from '7:30 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in
the Garden Rm. of the League.
House groups, organizations
and individual members will be
solicited. Those unable to attend.
but interested in trying out
should call floorshow chairman,
Lois Steere at 5593.
JGP Central Committee are re-
quested to attend the meeting of
the JGP script committee from
2 to 5 p.m. today for at least one
Anyone interested in joining the
Womens Field Hockey club must
do so this week, according to Bar-
bara McCready, club manager.
The next meeting of this club
will be at 5 p.m. today at Palmer
Field weather permitting.
Perfume Purchasers Advised.
To Learn More, Use Sparingly
By MARILYN JONES
There's a lot to know about per-
fhme, if a woman wants the most
fun and fragrance from the potent
Though there are listed such en-
cyclopedic items of information as:
three million rose petals get
squeezed into one ounce of liquid,
what really matters is how delici-
ous can it make one smell, how
much pleasure can one get from
it and how best buy it, use it
and keep it?
WE KNOW that perfume, good
perfume, has a certain magic and
that men, for whom 'we wish to
seem magical, are agreeable sus-
ceptible to the right fragrance. We
know that a man's response to
perfume is not reasonable, but
emotional. The right perfume in
some way denotes one's personal-
ity-a way of making one's "self"'
It is impossible to find the
perfect perfume by merely look-
ing at the bottle. When buying
it, start out with the small
bottles ;first to make sure that
the scene is really suitable. Don't
foolishly invest in one of those
large expensive bottles, instead
buy the little drams that are
measured out economically from
the big fat flacons.
When using perfume, put a little
bit in a lot of places instead of
vice versa. It is much more subtle.
It is also very effective when
sprayed over the hair.
In amount and in style, a
perfume should please, not as-
tonish. It should have beauty,
diffusion, strength and lasting
quality. The spirit of it should
be becoming to one's personality,
a delight to one's beau and agree
with the surrounding atmo-
Whether one's favorite is based
on amber, or jasmin, spice or any
-other of the countless things that
go into perfume, it should make
one's man think one smells very
There will be a combined
meeting of dormitory and
League House presidents at 5
p.m. today in the ABC Rooms
on the third floor of the League.
WEDNESDAY EVENING these talented lassies will make their
appearance in "Opening Night," this year's Assembly Fortnite.
Left to right are Bobby Towar, Janet Kyser and Mary Galt, who
represent the Martha Cook production.
Need Not Petition
Women who are interested in
serving as orientation advisers
next fall should submit petitions
to the Undergraduate Office of the
League by 5 p.m. Friday.
According to the chairman of
the Interviewing Committee, Mary
Carolyn Wright, coeds should in-
clude a snapshot of themselves
and the name of the high school
they attended on their petition.
Women who have been advisers
in the past and would like to serve
again need not write a petition,
butshould fill out special cards in
the Undergraduate Office. No late
petitions will be accepted.
Interviewing will begin Monday,
their interviews in the Undergrad-
uate Office. Women who are sec-
ond semester freshmen or better
are eligible for advisers. Eligi-
bility cards should be brought to
Orientation time is a critical
period for new students, states
Miss Wright. Often their orienta-
tion advisers are their first con-
tact with the University and the
most important help in their ad-
justment to the problems and pro-
cedures of campus life. The Uni-
versity'stwhole orientation system
rests on the capability and willing-
ness of its advisers.
The deadline for senior petitions
for the League Council has also
been announced. Petitions will be
due Nov. 24. Interviewing will be
scheduled from Nov. 29 to Dec.
10. More information will be given
All Soph Women
To Be Contacted
Collection of sophomore dues by
the finance committee of Soph
Cabaret will begin today.
.During the drive which will
last until Oct. 15, members of
the committee will personally
contact all sophomore women
on campus. They will visit all
dormitories, sorority houses and
league houses in which sopho-
more women are living.
There will be a booth open in
University Hall Oct. 14-15 for
coeds living in private homes to
pay their dues.
"We hope that there will be
100 per cent participation since
the funds are vitally needed to
finance the Cabaret," Elaine Na-
gelvoort, finance chairman, an-
It has become a tradition for
every sophomore woman to pay $1
to help underwrite the expense of
the Cabaret. This year, the central
committee has decided that the
proceeds from the Cabaret will go
to the "U" Fresh Air Camp.
To Set Limit
STOLES STEAL SCENE:
Shawls Adorn Local Shoulders
In Newest Neckwear Trend
By MIRIAM CADDY kling in the ascots. These circle
here won't be a cold shoulder the neck and loop over with wide
in Ann Arbor this winter.
n the absence of something ends to fill the gap from lapel to
er, feminine shoulders will be lapel.
t warm this year by scarves All of these new creations come
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this fall. Fabrics may be anything
from fine woolen shawls to
changeable taffeta ascots.
Grandmother's woolen shawl
is also versatile. It can be worn
practically any way from a
waist decoration to a practical
round-the-shoulder wrap - and
around the clock, too.
Other new fall ideas include
little foulard ties. Narrow and
bright, they run around the neck,
under or over collar, and knot
in front, with a jaunty air.
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The WAA Tennis Club, which
will offer instruction, practice ses-
sions and tourney play, is opening
membership for the last time ats
their regular meeting to be held
at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the WAB.
Although both skilled and in-
experienced players ma yjoin the
club, membership will be closed
because of the limitation on freei
This season, however, club mem-i
bers will be able to play under clubc
privileges at the following speci-
fied times: 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays,
4 to 5 p.m. Fridays and 10 to 11
Instruction under club manager,
Barbara Reynolds, Nancy Somers,
Charlotte Stough and Mary Ann
Harris will also be offered during
The entire club will play to-
gether on Wednesdays while other
playing times will be chosen by in-
dividual members. In order to gain
participation credit members will
be required to play two hours per
week, including the Wednesday
TV Sets Given
Two television sets have been
donated to the University by
WWJ-TV, the Detroit News' tele-
One television set has been in-
stalled in the Grand Rapids Room'
of the League where it is easily
accessible to both men and women
The other set will be installed
in the small visual aid auditorium
in the new General Service Build-
ing, where it will be used by small
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