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', NOVEMW#ER 9, 1950 O

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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CALLING ALL SENIORS:
Class Officers Urge Students
To Petition for Senior Board

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w Senior class petitions for the
chairmanship of six standingrcom-
mittees in the literary college may
be obtained from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
* Nov. 9 through 14, in the general
Administration Building.
Last year's board contained a
majority of women. Miss Patricia
Square Dance
To BeSlated
A square dance, second monthly
social event of/ the season for the
Faculty Women's Club, is slated
from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Satur-
day in Barbour Gymnasium.
Music and calling will be pro-
vided by Scott Colburn.
Mrs. Robert J. Lowry is heading
the hostess and refreshment com-
mittee. Committee members are:
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Hazen,
Mr. and Mrs. Colton Storm, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur C. Peters and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Merchant.
Any faculty couples interested
in joining the group may contact
Mrs. Emmet T. Hooper, 25-0502.

McLean is the only woman on the
board so far this year, and the
plea for women to petition for the
committee chairmanships has
been extended.
The male officers feel that more
women than men will petition.
Charles Murray has predicted that
25 women will petition, Jack Ar-
buckle forsees 30 and David Belin
believes that there will be 50 wom-
en petitioners.
The senior board, composed of
the senior class officers and the
committee chairmen, will act as
the policy forming body for the
class. They will also plan the sen-
ior spring project which will be
centered around a class banquet
to be held in conjunction with the
annual Senior Ball.
The committees open to peti-
tioners are Commencement, Cap
and Gown, Publicity, Reunions,
Special Events and Finance.
Interviews for the positions will
be held the evenings of Nov. 14,
15 and 16, by the senior class of-
ficers, Charles Murray, president;
John Arbuckle, vice-president;
Patricia McLean, secretary; and
David Belin, treasurer.

WOMEN WANTED-All seniors, especially women, are urged by
the class officers to petition for class board positions. Pictured
above are the officers from left to right: Dave Belin, Charles Mur-
ray, Patricia McLean and Jack Arbuckle.
Psychologist Offers Advice
On Men, Marriage to Women

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Clifford R. Adams, doctor of
psychology at Pennsylvania State
College, says that the toughest
customer in the world is the man
wh( doesn't want to marry.
Dr. Adams believes that a man
usually dates because he wants
companionship and diversion, not
a wife. He becomes the marrying
kind only when some girl makes
him realize that marriage with
her would be far better than ba-
chelorhood.
* * *
. IN A RECENT article appearing
in the Ladies' Home Journal, Ad-
ams expounds some of the ways
which will help to sell a man on
'the idea of marriage.
There are a few importanat
suggestions for a woman's ap-
proach to the problem, which
Adams says are overlooked by
many eager young women.
Put the man's convenience first.
Many women are continually late
for dates.
* * *
ADAMS POINTS OUT that wo-
men should not scorn last-minute
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dates for they are today's trend,
and if he has to postpone an ap-
pointment, the young lady should
be reasonable and gracious about
it.
Do not break dates, either
with him or on his behalf. Most
men will resent it as high-hand-
ed.

Watch Styles
Are Beautiful,
Yet Practical
Bracelet, Money Clip,
Key Watches Popular
As Fashion Jewelry
Remember the big gold watch
Grandpa used to carry?
Grandpa was proud of that
watch, he considered it an orna-
ment as well as a timepiece. Little
did he realize that some day its
descendants would serve far more
ornamental and even more prac-
tical purposes, disguised as brace-
lets, money clips and even keys.
* * *
TODAY WOMEN may be seen
wearing their watches concealed
in bracelets. The watches them-
selves are covered with a variety
of stones, from simulated black
opals to turquoise or garnets. The
stones are large, in line with the
massive look prevalent in fashion
jewelry.,
The center stone lifts by
means of a spring catch to re-
veal the hiddentimepiece. Some
of these bracelets have hidden
lockets, in addition to the
watches. These lockets are lo-
cated beneath the stones on
either side of the main stone
that hides the watch.
No longer do women have to
worry over the correctness of a
wrist watch for evening .wear.
These bracelets solve this prob-
lem, which has been especially
acute among women on campus
who have to keep one eye on the
time when closing hours roll
around.
EARRINGS and chokers that
match these watch bracelets are
available to create an ensemble
effect.
Women of a more practical
mind may favor the money clip
watch. The clip, which features
a neat small watch, is of an un-
usual design itself. It has two
compartments, one to hold a
folded bill or two for taxi-mon-
ey and the other to hold a larg-
er number of bills.
Any woman who has always
longed to flourish a golden key
should be particularly interested
in the key-watch which comes in
gold plate or 14 carat gold. The
shank of the key is blank so that
a house key can be duplicated
on it.
These keys may be secured in
a handbag with a small chain or
worn as a lapel or waist ornament.
Alpha Xi Delta
Honors Guest
Mrs. James G. Wark, a province
president of Alpha Xi Delta soror-
ity, is visiting the Michigan chap-
ter this week.
Upon her arrival Sunday, Mrs.
Wark was honored with a tea
given by the sorority. Mrs. Sarah
Healy, sorority house mothers and
Alpha Xi Delta alumnae were in-
vited to the tea.
As province president Mrs. Wark
will annually visit the five. Alpha
Xi chapters in this province.
Elected last spring to this posi-
tion, she is making her first tour
of the province.
Mrs. Wark is an alumna of the
Alpha Epsilon chapter here at
Michigan.

EYE-CATCHING

ever, completely displace the short
party dress, which maintains the
place it has made for itself dur-
ing the course of the past years.
* * Make a date
TUNIC STYLE dresses are an
important part of this feminine~ wih Beaut
trend. Especially popular are tu- *
nics over a very slim skirt, adorned
with rhinestones or plain, in white To look smart this semester
or striking Spanish red faille.
MaterialsaeaGet a head start on beauty,
Mateialsare fast becoming
all-important to the style of Call today
the gown. Gold and silver, in for an appointment.
various materials are in vogue
this fall.U0
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When washing clothes, use a O
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EVENING WEAR:

Formal Fashions To Feature Femininity;
;Richer Colors, Slim Skirts Take Limelight

With the many formal dances
that occupy the students' time
from now until Christmas, the
average coed becomes extremely
conscious of evening wear.
Because of the drastic change
in men's formal wear, such as
plaid cumberbunds and plaid din-
ner jackets, as well as formal
shorts, the gowns of the female of
the species have been duly eclipsed.
THIS YEAR, the trend toward
completely feminine styles con-
tinues, as seen in suits with their
curved-in waistlines and arched
hips.
The feminine silhouette is em-
phasized in the return engage-
ment of the formal evening gown
with skirt slim or bouffant,
floor-length or trailing.
The formal gown will not, how-

Silk chiffon with gold design,
and gold tinted silk taffeta make
lovely gowns, especially since the
mnaterial is so easy to mold to
either modern or Elizabethan
styled patterns.
A NEW CREATION from Paris
is ° a white satin formal, with a
slim sheath skirt combined with a
double panel overdrape at the
back that folds into a train. The
strapless bodice is embroidered in
wool and crystal beads.
Another gown is designed of
eighty yards of silk net, making
a voluminous skirt.
Royal purple and medium blue
are coming into the limelight for
formals. For a long time, only
pastel colors were used for eve-
ning gowns.

BLACK is beginning to be seen
more often, and red and green are
in vogue.
Lace, net and satin, as well as
gold and silver flame, "are the.
materials which seem to be in
the spotlight this year.
Furs are also being shown in
evening wear, not only on dinner
gowns, and formal coats, but as
trimming for the dress itself.
Panhel Ball
Tickets for "Midnight in
Manhatten," the annual Pan-
hellenic Ball, will be on sale all
today in the League Under-
graduate Office. The annual
girl-bid dance will be held from
9 p.m. tomorrow to 1 a~m. Sat-
urdayin the League.

Avoid
thinking
do and
book.

dating monotony by
of interesting things to
considering his pocket-

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Ping Pong-The annual WAA
coed Ping Pong tournament starts
tomorrow in individual houses.
Tournament play will be or-
ganized by athletic managers and
must be finished within houses by
December 15. At this time the
names of house winners will be
turned in.
Winners from individual houses
will enter the all-campus compe-
tition which begins January 8 and
continues through January 22.
Tables will be set up at the WAB
tomorrow for those houses which
do not have tables.
For additional information, call
Barbara Buschman at 9319.
Hockey Club--Ensian picture
will be taken at 5:10 p.m. today
at the WAB. Members are asked to
wear jeans and a white sweat shirt,
and to bring dues to this meeting.
The last meeting will be Thursday,
November 14.
Ink Remedy
When a sudden jar upsets an
ink bottle all over a tablecloth or
rug, it is advised to rub the spot
immediately with glycerine and
then milk.
OPTICAL SERVICE
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
222 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-9116

SHOW THE MAN that you en.,
joy his company, by not allowing
yourself to become moody or cri-
tical. A woman should show an
interest in his ideas and his
friends. "
Don't try to make the man
over. Adams says that is futile
in marriage but fatal in court-
ship.
Many women overlook the fact
that a man likes to feel at home.
Don't try to impress him or act
superior, but put him at ease.
SINCE THE last impression of
the date is the clearest, the woman
will have committed a grave er-
ror, according to Adams, if she
leaves any problems or arguments
to discuss until the last minute.
According to Adams the wo-
man should be responsive but
not aggressive. A woman should
show her appreciation by telling
him she enjoyed the evening.
Adams ends his article by say-
ing that many girls have lost their
chance of marriage by pursuing it
and the man too aggressively.
JGP Committee Asks
Junior Coeds for Dues
Members of the dues committee
of Junior Girls' Play will be con-
tacting junior women this week
in connection with the collection
of dues.
The dues are used to finance
JGP. Proceeds from the play will
go to Phoenix Project.
Women who are not contacted
by the committee are requested by
Jo Leonard, chairman, to deposit
their dues in the Undergraduate
Office of the League by the end
of this week.
Coeds who have not signed up
on a committee to work on the
play can still designate their
choice on a card, and leave it in
Cathy Sotir's box in the Under-
graduate Office.
Concerning the committees,
Miss Sotir has stated that there
has been an extraordinary turn-
out signing up for the commit-
tees, but there are still a few op-
enings for those coeds who have
not yet signed up.

Schubert: Symphony No. 5
Winterthur Symphony under Busch......
Also Mendelssohn: Scherzo in G-minor
Early German Church Cantatas
Allegro Chamber Society.............
Kurt Weill: Three-Penny Opera
Members of the Original Cast..........

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Schubert: Moments Musicaux.............

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Ruddigore LLP 243-244
D'OylyCarteOperaCompany....... $1 190 h
Paganini Caprices for unaccompanied violin LLP 264
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