WENESDAY, DECNMER 7, 1949
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Collegiate Musicum To Appear
At Open AAUW Meeting Today
. A program presented by the
Uriiversity's Collegium Musicum
will be featured at the meeting of
the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti branch
of the American Association of
University Women at 7:45 p.m.
today in the Michigan League
The only public performance of
the Collegium Musicum, under the
direction of Dr. Louise Cuyler,
A last chance for legal pre-final
apple polishing will come tomor-
row at the student-faculty hour
which will be held from 4 to 5
p.m. in the Grand Rapids Room of
The German and classical lan-
guage departments will be the
guests of the last Panhel-Assem-
bly-sponsored function of the se-
mester. Cokes, potato chips and
cookies, will be served.
The hours, particularly designed
for students who dislike the im-
personality of large classes, bring
an opportunity for meeting the
faculty on an informal basis.
Friendly Contacts with profes-
sors are important in gaining fu-
ture recommendations for Bureau
of Appointment blanks and in ful-
filling other personal reference re-
Conversing with faculty mem-
bers is frequently helpful in de-
termining selection of courses and
in solving problems relating to ca-
reers. The student-faculty hour
committee has also reported that
students who have attended past
get-togethers have found many
faculty wives as interesting to
speak with as their husbands.
Student-faculty hours are open
to all students whether they are
concentrates in the department
being honored or not. The Grand
Rapids Room offers a variety of
recreational facilities to supple-
ment conversation including ping
pong, checkers, playing cards zxnd
a television set.
Co-chairmen for this semester's
hours were Lois Kennedy, repre-
senting Panhellenic and Pat Doyle,
Berets are popular with college
coeds, for they may be worn with
many different outfits. With
tweed suits they are usually worn
plain, but with afternoon dresses
and theatre suits, they may be
dressed up with brightly-colored
during this semester will include
traditional Christmas music of the
17th and 18th centuries. The meet-
ing is open to all interested per-
sons, whether or not they are
members of the Association.
A dinner for AAUW members
will precede at 6:15 p.m. in the
Additional entertainment will be
a short program of dances in the
Christmas spirit by the University
Dance Club, directed by Dr. Juana
The recital will include several
compositions for flute and harpsi-
chord, played by Nathan and Lor-
raine Jones of the University
School of Music. One of these will
be a rarely heard sonata composed
by General Reid, a contemporary
of Mozart and Beethoven.
JGP-Junior women who have
not paid their class dues, may do
A booth has been set up in the
League Lobby from 9 a.m. until
noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. "Juniors
who do not pay their dues may not
participate in JGP," said Betty
Tornquist, JbP Finance Chair-
man. "This is the last day on which
the dues may be paid;" she added.
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Badminton -- Co - recreational
badminton is being offered to all
men and women on campus who
are interested in this sport.
The first recreational period will
be held from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight
in the Waterman Gymnasium.
Everyone is invited to attend with
or without dates. Racquets will be
provided and birds may be pur-
chased at the door.
To protect nail polish and. to
keep it from chipping, a protective
coat of transparent nail lacquer
should be used.
If ou'e the casual type
you'l loe this toug
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nonchalant, cut with the new modified flare
and very much in pocket. Because of its good
fashion lies,'is clear high colors, you'lchoose
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it in gold, rose, green.
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Intriguing jewels slide along a double chain
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If you are interested in
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Come to the
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