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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ITYETA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951

Sarah L. Healy Temporarily
Fills Dean of Women's Post
As Director of Alice Lloyd Hall, She Led
Activities of Students Before Appointment

Women Students To Be Guided by New Head
_____ S * *
Dean Bacon
To Take Job
In Cctober .......

Michigan coeds will find two
new faces greeting them in the
Dean of Women's office this fall.
Succeeding Associate Dean Mary
C. Bromage who resigned her post
last year, is the acting associate
dean, Mrs. Sarah Lutes Healy.'
Mrs. Healy will be in charge of
the Office of the Dean of Women
until the arrival of Miss Deborah
Bacon on Oct. 15.
S * *
PRIOR TO HER appointment
July 7 by Provost James P. Adams,
Mrs. Healy was coordinating di-
rector of Alice Lloyd Hall. Her
duties there included supervision
of the activities of four residence
houses in the hall.
She also planned and took
oharge of yn "in-service" train-
ing program for the staff. Mrs.
Healy reltquished her position
in order to devote full time to
the Office of the Dean of Wom-
lf .
"I am pleased to have the op-
portunity to work with Michigan
students and am looking forward

to working with them this fall,"
Mrs. Healy said. Women students will be guided
* * by a Dean of Women this year.
"IT IS GRATIFYING to come byMiss Deborah Bacon will succeed
back to a school from which one Miss Alice C. Lloyd, who died
graduated and to have the oppor- March 2 after an illness of several
tunity to further the progress al- years. Appointment of Miss Bacon

ready made here," she added.
A graduate of the Richmond,
Michigan public schools, Mrs.
Healy attended the Ward Bel-
mont Junior College and re-.
ceived and A.B. degree from the
University.
From 1930 to 1932 she served as
a dormitory social director at the
University. In 1932 she went to
Syracuse University on a fellow-
ship in personnel. There she head-
ed a women's dormitory until
1934.
Mrs. Healy became Dean of
Women at the University of Idaho,
Southern Branch from 1939 to
1940. She then retired from active
college work until she accepted
the appointment as coordinating
director of Lloyd Hall last fall.

VV
Class and Private Lessons
Intermediates, Advanced and Professionals
ACADEMIC BALLET - TOE - ADAGIO a
ACROBATIC - TAP --CHARACTER
BALLROOM - JUNIOR BALLROOM - BATON
--Special Classes for Babies -
SYLVIA HAMER, D.M.M. (C.C.B.) 0
Our Entire Faculty has a background of many years of
(teaching and professional experience.
603, E. Liberty " Over Michigan Theater " Phone 806
University of Michigan Oratorical Association
1950-51 LECTURE COURSE

as Dean of Women and assistant
professor of English at the Uni-
versity was announced August 25
by Provost James P. Adams. I
* *
MISS BACON, now completing
work on her doctoral dissertation
at Columbia University, will as-
sume her duties here about Octo-
ber 15.
In announcing the appoint-
ment, Provost Adams said,
"Miss Bacon will come to the
University with an unusual
background of experience with,
people. Her work in psychiatric
nursing, in social welfare and
public health have given her a
penetrating insight into human
nature and a breadth of human
understanding.
"She will also bring to her
work the intellectual interests of
a scholar and a lively interest in
the academic work of students,"
he continued.
FOR THE PAST two years,
while working toward her doctoral,
degree, Miss Bacon has held a
fellowship from the American,
Council of Learned Societies,
which enabled her to spend six
months in England studying her
thesis problem.
The thesis is a study of the
psychoanalytical approach to
nonsense literature, such, as that
of Lewis Carroll.
A graduate of St. Timothy's
Velvet, Jersey
Climb to Top
Of Fabric List
Separates Combine
To Vary Costumes
In SchoolWardrobes
"Made for each other" de-
scribes separates for back-to-
school wardrobes, say New York
fashion designers.
The accent is on fabrics while
velvet, wool jersey and scotch
plaids take the lead. One noted
stylist combines all three in a
mix-'em or match-'em costume.
Brilliant yellow and black plaid
is tied like an apron over a rich
velvet skirt of black.
* * S
BLACK JERSEY blouse com-
pletes the outfit which, when
worn without the plaid skirt, be-
comes a go-everywhere date dress.
Over skirts are used to vary
many a dress. One uique crea-
tion covers a Jersey sheath
dress with a tie.on red plaid
taffeta skirt. The full apron
parts in the back to reveal a
line of black Jersey.
Another style by the same de-
signer features luxurious black vel-
vet with a square-cut neckline
and no sleeves. When worn for
evening it is covered with a net
skirt edged in black velvet.
* * *
A LONG SLEEVED white
blouse is its suggested mate for
daytime wear when it is convert-
ed into a smart jumper.
The long envied tuxedo jack-
et is now fashionable for women,
especially in tartan plaids.
Often trimmed with velvet lapels
it may be combined with wool or
velvet skirts.

Union ToHoli
Welcome Ball
Members of the Union and the
Student Legislature Varsity Com-
mittee plan to prove that they
really believe in the Golden Rule
when they sponsor a dance honor-
ing Michigan State students from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday.
A large Golden Rule will be dis-
played over the bandstand as an
emblem of goodwill between Mich-
igan State and Michigan.
Symbolic also that Michigan
students are going all out to wel-
come their visitors will be the:fact
that both- the second and third
floors of the Union will be used.
for the dance.
The third floor will be bedecked
with pennants to give it an ap-
propriately collegiate, look, while
the Golden Rule and emblems of
the two schools will adorn the sec-
ond floor.
Even the musie will carry out
the good neighbor theme. Rufus
Foster's five-piece combo from
State will share the musical hon-
ors with Frank Tinker's Union or-
chestra.

By MAD DAVIES
"Don't Just stand there, go
home!" say authorities on leave-
taking etiquette.
Leave-taking, they claim, may
add an awkward note to an other-
wise pleasant visit unless handled
with the proper social grace.
Learning to say good-bye quick-
ly and with ease will make a guest
instantly appreciated by his hosts.
It will also be to the guest's advan-
tage, the latest reports imply,- if!
he has a plentiful supply of simply'
hysterical stories to relate half an
hour before he leaves.
* * *
MRS. AGNES Rogers Allen, a
noted hostess, states that the
guest should wait for a pause in
the conversation-that alone re-
quires more social finesse than
many people possess-and then
start a little story.
As the guest is relating his
tale, he is to rise from his chair,
walIt over to his hostess, and

LEAVE AND LET LEAVE:
Tactful Goodbyes Explained
For Quick, Easy Leave-taking

Miss Deborah Bacon
* * * *

come to the climax of the story
as he stands beside her.
Just when she thinks that he
has something urgent to tell her,
and her alone, he puts out his
hand, says good-bye, and leaves.
THIS TECHNIQUE is guaran-
.teed to make a lasting impression
on any host or hostess.
Married couples have a much
easier time of it. They merely
arrange a quiet high sign, per-
haps a wave of the hand or a
coded phrase.
This fact will be good news to
wives attached to men who think
a high. sign consists of standing
up and screaming, "Dear, when
can we go home?"
According to authorities on the
subject, the secret is in fast tim-
ing.
A good guest never makes ex-
cuses, since a legitimate excuse
makes a host feel unimportant,
and a real one leaves him standing
at the door babbling inanely.

School in Baltimore, Md., MissI
Becon entered nurses' training at
Bellevue Hospital, in New York,
in 1930. From 1936 to 1937 she
went to Fort Yukon, Alaska, with
an Episcopal missionary hospital.
RETURNING to the United
States the following year, Miss
Bacon enrolled as a student at
New York University and in 1941
received a B. S. degree in public
health.
From 1942 to 1946, she served
in the army nurse corps. Her
unit was attached to an evacua-
tiont hospital of the Third Army,

which landed at Omaha Beach
and served through France,
Germany, and Czechoslovakia.
After the close of the European
war, Miss Bacon attended classes
at the Sorbonne in Paris for ten
weeks before returning to the
United States. She then enrolled at
Columbia University Graduate
School where she pursued her
studies in English literature.
In 1948, Miss Bacon received
the master of arts degree with
first class honors, writing her
thesis on the poetry ofJohn
Donne.

Fashion Dictates Hair Colors
To Match the Evening's Dress

Hill Auditorium

Evenings at 8:30

Members of the vast female
ranks have long been known for
giving considerable exercise to that
well known feminine right-the
changing of a woman's mind.
Ne'w on the market, though, is
a different woman's prerogative,
and man's undoing, a change of
hair color. This doesn't refer to
the widely known overall rejuve-
nating, but rather to a shading
of the hair around the forehead.
Such variations include the
much discussed skunk lock, er-
mine tails, and feathers. Certain
small fuzzy black animals are im-
mediately recognized by a white
streak which runs down the mid-
dle of their back. Whence came
the name applied to the bleaching
of a streak of hair down the mid-
dle of an otherwise dark hued
coiffure.
* * S
ERMINE TAILS consist of just
what the name implies, streaks of

blond down each side of the head
embellished with darkened tips--
just like the exclusive fur!
A streak of bright blond
across the brow of a head of hair
which nature intended to be
dark bears the somewhat imagi-
native and questionable title of a
feather.
[WAA Notices
Archery Club - Organizational
meeting will be held today at 5
p.m. at the WAB. Any woman stu-
dent is eligible regardless of ex-
perience.
Riding Club-The organization-
al meeting is scheduled for tomor-
row at 7 p.m. in Barbour Gym.
Experience is not a requirerhent.

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Color Motion Pictures
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"The Truth About the Hydrogen Bomb"
Jan. 16 BENNETT CEREF
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