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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24,

1949'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Acacias Plan
Holiday Hike,
Football Qame
Acacia fraternity is celebrating
Thanksgiving today with its an-
nual full-day program.
An early morning hike through
the country will launch festivities.
Hikers will return to feast on a
turkey dinner with all the trim-
mings and to view a play presented
by the pledges.
The traditional pledge-active
football game in the Arboretum
will be one of the highlights of the
afternoon. The game is reported
to be famous for its "impartial of-
ficiating" and "movable goal
lines."
Climaxing a full day, the group
will go into Detroit in the evening
to see the current stage hit, "Mis-
ter Roberts."
Perfumers
Develop New
AtomScent
A new perfume essence which
Paris perfumers insist is having
the impact of the atom bomb on
their industry, has implications
which threaten to go much fur-
ther than the perfume trade.
The 'bombe exotique' is an en-
tirely new ingredient among the
twenty-eight combined in the lat-
est fragrance.
Frankly physical in character,
the new perfume is claimed to be
so unique that it will neutralize
all others worn in the same room.
Coming at a time when Paris
coutouriers, and designers gen-
erally, admit that women are look-
ing for styles more dramatic and
personalized than in the past, the
fragrance has motivated a move-
ment which is spreading through-
out the fashion world.
League To Give
Record Concert
The League Council will spon-
sor its weekly record concert frIn
8 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the League
Library.
Works which the program will
feature are Beethoven's Third
Symphony (the Eroica), and
Lizst's Hungarian Rhapsody.
Informality will prevail at the
concert which will be presented
amid the comfortable surround-
ings of the Library. Women are
invited to bring their dates and
friends to the music hour.
To supplement the concert com-
plete scores of the two program
features will be available. The Li-
brary also has an extensive collec-
tion of books dealing with music.

Interviewing To Begin Dec. 6,
For Assembly Ball Positions

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Petitions for Assembly Ball will
be due Monday, Dec. 5.
Interviews will be held on Tu ll-
day, Wednesday and Thursday,
Dec. 6, 7 and 8. An interviewing
schedule will be posted in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League
on which petitioners may make
appointments.
The positions which are open
are: general chairman, decora-
tions chairman, programs chair-
"nan, patrons chairman, publicity
chairman, finance chairman and
tickets chairman.
Activities chairmen in the re-

spective residences have been sup-
plied with sample petitions for the
use of women who will need help
in writing their petitions.
Questions will be answered at
the Assembly Office or by exam-
ining back reports of past commit-
tee chairmen found in the office.
The annual girl-bid dance, is
the independent women's coun-
terpart to Panhellenic's annual
Panhel Ball and likewise is usually
open to all campus. Women seek-
ing further information may con-
tact the Assembly Board members.{

Dames To Plan
Party, See Film
The Michigan Dames Child
Study group will meet at 8 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Dan
McKunion, 2109 Copley Avenue.
Movies entitled, "Life with
Baby," and "Let Your Child Help
You" will be prese nted. They were
obtained from the Auditory-Visual
Education Center of the Univer-
sity.
Members will discuss plans for
the children's Christmas party.
Read and Use
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