MURSDAY, OCTOBER °26, 1950
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
YffURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 195CR PAGE FIVE
Delegates From Nine Colleges
To Meet With WAA Saturday
Activities Will InClude Tour of Campus,
Luncheon, Committee Discussion Groups
"WHAT NEXT IN KOREA7"
Professor Huntley To Speak
After Hillel Services Friday
Representatives from nine other
Michigan colleges will be guests
of the WAA Saturday.
The purpose of this meeting will
be to make plans for the Nation-
al Convention of the Athletic Fed-
eration of College Women which
will be held April 10 through 13
on this campus.
ACTIVITIES of the day will in-
clude a tour of the campus, a
luncheon, committee discussion
Mary Jo McCormick, ticket
chairman of Panhellenic Ball,
has asked Panhel representa-
tives to begin selling tickets,
for the annual dance now in
their houses. There are to be
two lists for sales; one for the
dancehtickets whichtare $3.00,
and the other for the carna-
tions which are 15 cents each.
Representatives will be notified
when they are to come to the
League to pick up their tickets.
groups and a question and answer
Members of the WAA Board
will act as resource people who
will be ready with answers to
the questions of inquiring com-
The list of resource personnel
includes Nancy Fitch, for the
registration committee which is
from Adrian;Betty Comstock for
housing committee from Wayne
University; Eleanor Doersam, hos-
tess committee from Michigan
State Normal College; Sue Rose,
entertainment to be worked out
by Highland Park Junior College,
Port Huron Junior College and
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NANCY SOMERS is in charge
of the informal banquet commit-
tee sponsored by the University
with Mona Pick, Barbara Han-
son, Virginia Reese and Dorothy
Warmeling as her aides.
The publicity committee from
this campus is headed by Mary
Peterson aided bycPatricia
Smith who is ih charge of
Barbara Riley is the resource
person for the exhibit committee
from Central Michigan College.
Marilyn Thisted will help the
Albion committee on statistics,
and Barbara Molyneaux will act
as a resource person for the
Michigan State College co-rec'ea-
tion committee. Barbara Simmons
is in charge of finance.
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A speech by Prof. Frank L.Io
The Arboretum 'and a women's Huntley entitled "What Next In of Chicago, he became a professor
dormitory will set the scene for Korea?" will presented after Hillel of English at a university in Kyo-
'Soph-Satire,' an original musical services Friday at Lane Hall. to, Japan.
written and produced by students, Services will begin at 7:45. In 1935 he earned his Ph.D. at
which will be presented at 8:15 Huntley, an associate professor the University of Chicago where
p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium. in the English Department, is well he later became a faculty member.
Fourteen songs which have been versed on Far Eastern affairs. He When the war broke out, Prof.
written for the show "are as good was born in Hangyang, China Huntley, joined the staff at the
as those from the Union Opera,' where his parents were medical Civil Affairs Training School in
Fran Hanslovsky, director of the missionaries. Charlottesville, Va. There he
production, said. "The show is pro- After receiving his bachelor's taught Japanese culture and psy-
fessional sounding," she added. degree at Oberlin College and his chology to officers preparing for
* * master's degree at the University the Army of Occupation in Japan.
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TIP-TOP STYLES--Hair styles this year are getting away from long hair in front and on the sides.
Instead the emphasis is on the short hair in front, with soft, short waves on the sides, curling
smoothly into the longer hair at the back. The back hair may be any length, from just below the
nape of the neck to a shoulder cut. Pictured at the right is a typical hair style of last year, while the
new look for this season is shown at the left.
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THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT:
Hairdo Designed To Fit Face, Personality;
Short,_Soft Waves Emphasized by Stylists
'I ~ n AE AuA'., ump
tunes. and novelty numbers in the
show. Some of these are, "Michi-
gan for Me," "Come to Michigan,"
"Registration Blues," "Somebod'y's
Maiden Aunt," "The BMOC Song,"
"Won't You Take a Chance With
Me?" and "That Look in Your
The theme of the show is a
love story involving freshmen
difficulties in getting dates.
The cast includes: Conwell Car-
rington, Dave Calahan, Ruth Orr,
Frank Poretta, Betty Wiles and
PRODUCERS of the show are
Dave Connell and Jim Yobst. Larry
Gray is music director, and Jimmy
Lobaugh is stage director.
The script was written by Pat-
ty Doyle and Gloria Knoob.
Adding a bit of humor to 'Soph
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The season's fashionable hairdos
are short and long, all at the
That is, the front of the hair is
just short of the ear tips to show
off earrings, while the back can
be almost any length that clears
CUTS ARE trimmer and more
shapely. The emphasis is on soft
waves to frame and flatter the
face, and to highlight or improve
the outline of milady's head.
"Your hair should be neat
and well-shaped, but not close-
cropped and mannishly slick,"
advises Lura de Gez, New York
She suggests brushing the side
sections of the hair up and back,
no matter how the ends are
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A HAIRDO has been devised
for each type of face and each
personality. One fashion expert
gives beauty hints for three facial
shapes - symmetrical, large and
For a symmetrical face she
advises parting the hair in the
middle. Both sides should be
waved softly forward, she says,
then back and forward again,
with the ends curling back into
the bottom of the wave. The
side wavesmthen continue in the
back, with turned-up ends.
A side-parted pageboy is pre-
scribed for the large face. It is
shorter and trimmer than its re-
decessors of last year. Back hair
no longer hangs straight and flat.
Waves underscore the shape of
the head in back and the side sec-
tions curl forward.
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SMALL FACES lend themselves
to a short and curly style, the hair
stylist declares. Side locks should
be cut in graduated lengths,
which makes them easy to set.
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They wave forward, with ends spent yesterday at the ticket booth
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SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
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Hockey Club-All members are
to meet at 5 p.m. today at the
WAB. Teams will be chosen for
the games with Albion and Michi-
gan State to be played at 4 p.m.
Lacrosse Club-Managers will
have a regular meeting at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow to play and learn
Fire Wardens-A meeting will
be held at 5 p.m. today in the
League. The room number will be
posted on the board.
JGP-Members of the Central
Committee will meet at 4 p.m. to-
day in the League. Ensian picture
will be taken.
Dorm Candy Booths-Chairmen
may bring their deposits to the
League Undergraduate Office from
3:15 to 5 p.m. today.
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Peace and the Atomic Energy-
Commonwealth of Nations -
International Travel-Nov. 17.
American Family-Nov. 24.
Students interested in partici-
pating in the programs may con-
tact Hiru Shah, Moderator of the
Roundtable, 2-1644 or Charles Ar-
nade, Organizer of the Program,
Hostelers:=Hayride and square
dance at Jones School, Sat., Oct,
28. Call Irene Edwards for reser-
vations, 2-2823. Meet at the Lea-
gue at 7:30.
Hawaii Club: There will be no
regular business meeting this Fri-
day. A short meeting will be held
at Saturday's dinner party.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., Fri., Oct. 27, League Cafe-
teria. Everyone welcome.
IZFA: Executive meeting, 4:15
p.m., Fri., Oct. 27, Union.
Fall Frolic: Varsity, Concert,
and Marching Bands Mixer. 9-12
midnight, Fri., Oct. 27, League
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