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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

THURSDAY, SEPTElWB~R 28, 195* TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Union Dance
To Fete MSC
Good Will To Reign
'Neath Golden Rule'
All rivalry will cease when
"ichigan spreads the welcome mat
out to Michigan State students
with a dance in their honor from
9 pm. to midnight Saturday at
the Union.
Sponsored by the members of
the Union and the Student Legis-
lature Varsity Committee, the
dance is intended to promote
good feeling between the two
schools with the "Golden Rule"
serving as theme for the event.
Frank Tinker and his orchestra
will occupy the bandstand in the
Union Ballroom which will be dec-
orated with pennants; footballs
and a large golden rule.
Rufus Foster's five-piece combo
from State will take over the mu-
sical honors on the third floor
which will also be used for danc-
ing. A football atmosphere with
emblems of both schools as decor-
ations will set the scene.
Intermission entertainment will
include a singing quartet and a
comedy routine by University
students. Roland Gerson will act
as master of ceremonies.
Co-chairmen of the dance are]
Judy Sinclair of the Student Leg-
islature and Raffey Johns. of the
Union.
Care in Buying
-Helps Prevent
Laundry Blues
skirts are becoming shorter,
sleeves are crawling up the arm
, and. collars seem to be developing
a tendency to cling to the neck.
These facts have proved only
too alarming to the current crop
of coeds.
Although fashion may decree
that hemlines hie themselves up-
ward a few inches, sleeves and
collars:are supposed to remain
fairly stationary. For that mat-
- ter, even the hemlines are sup-
posed to measure only a few less
inches in length, not the tremen-
dous amount currently causing
alarm.
Source of all this trouble seems
to take its origin from the laun-
dry tub! Many a womain is guilty
of the crime of not checking for
labels guaranteeing preshrinkage
when purchasing a new garment.
Up until the time it meets old
man suds himself, everything is
fine, but once it is submerged in
water, the fun begins!
Many a perfectly good garment
lias had to be discarded due to a
simple case of carelessness on the
r buyer's part.
Buttons also have been proven
to be an endless source of diffi-
culty, for unknown to many they
Also have a tendency to cause
shavo in the laundry. They must
be color fast or they may bleed
onto the garment.
Hand painted buttons are also
a trial, for the paint has a ten-
dency to rub off on clothing. Even
metal buttons raise a problem, for
they will easily rust when im-
mersed in water.
Zippers and other fasteners al-
so seem to possess the ability to
cause a lot of trouble in the laun-
dry tub. Large is the pile of dis-
carded garments ruined by the
desire of saving a few minutes
ando*knies.
Hockey CI~b

To Introduce
New Advisor
The Field Hockey Club sponsor-
edi by the WAA will hold its first
* meeting of the year at 5 p.m. to-
day. at the 'WAB.
This will be an organizational
meeting planned to introduce Miss
Helen Stewart, new advisor for the
club,- and to acquaint new and
old members with possible plans
for the year.
Any interested coed is eligible
for membership. Instruction for
beginners and experienced players
will be given.
Barbara Keim is club manager.
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CAPTIVATING:
Autumn Styles Feature Caps

Expert Solves
Pin CurlWoes
A method of hairsetting at the
rate of twenty pin curls in five
minutes has been devised by a fas-
hion expert.
Setting hair in waves or curls
should be started by brushing hair
flat and pushing it forward in
waves, she says.
Comb damp-dry hair into gene-
ral outline of hairdo, she con-
tinues. Slide edge of comb back
from forehead; turn so teeth point
up and separate lock from rest of
hair in a small square.
Comb lock back and up so that
the hair is smoothly separated,
not bunched unevenly. Take up
enough hair for fat curls.
Hold end of lock with thumb
and forefinger and wind from the
scalp around finger of other hand,
making a perfect circle. Wind all
pin curls in the same direction.
When lock is wound almost.no
tips of hair, she suggests, slide curl
off finger and hold it with thumb
and forefinger of 'right hand, tug-
ging it up and out to lay ends fat
and make curl smooth.
With left finger, lift lock for-
ward and up, she concludes. Then
slide pin curl flat to the scalp in
its blocked space. Slip in clip and
release. Continue around head
making curls all the same size.
Found
A purse containing a consid-
erable sum of money has been
turned in at the Physical Edu-
cation Department Office in
Barbour Gym.
The owner may claim it .any
day from 8 a.m. until noon or
from 1 to 5 p.m.

CO

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UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY

CAMPUS FAVORITES-Two popular versions of the cap, which
continues;in favor with the campus crowd, are pictured here. A
leading designer is showing them in suede or corduroy.
Glee Club Open to Freshmen,

TICKETS NOW ON SALE
BURTON MEMORIAL TOWER
SEASON TICKETS - BOTH SERIES
TICKETS FOR SINGLE CONCERTS

Although first semester fresh-
men women are ineligible for most
extracurricular activities, the Wo-
men's Glee Club is one activity
which is open to them.
In response to petitions made
by Jane Buell, president of the
Women's Glee Club, and Roy Duff,
president of the Men's Glee Club,
the Student Affairs Committee deg
cided Tuesday to allow freshmen
to participate in these two clubs.
The Women's Glee Club re-
hearses from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each

Tuesday and from 7:15 to 8:45
p.m. Thursdays.
By the Club's original schedule,
4 to 5 p.m. today Is the last op-
portunity for songstresses to try-
out at the League. If the new rul-
ing for freshmen makes a suffi-
cent increase in the number of
women trying out, however, ad-
ditional try-outs will be slated
from 4 to 5 p.m. tomorrow.
The Glee Club will include mu-
sic from various schools of com-
position in its repertoire, accord-
ing to director Mrs. Samuel Esty.

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72nd ANNUAL CHORAL UNION SERIES

HELEN TRAU BEL, Soprano . . . .
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,

. . Thursday, October'

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CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA,
George Szell, Conductor
SOLOMON, Pianist . . .

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. . . . . Sunday, October 22
. Sunday, November 5
*. . . Monday, November 20
kND . Tuesday, November 28

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ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA,

Si r Thomas Beecham, Conductor

. . Sunday, December 3
. Thursday, January 11

ERICA MORINI, Violinist

. . . . . .

HOROWITZ, Pianist . . . . . . . . . . Friday, January 19
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
Raphael Kubelik, Conductor . . . . . Sunday, March 4
HEIFETZ, Violinist . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, March 14
SEASON TICKETS: Block A, $16.80; Block B, $14.40; Block C, $12.00.
SINGLE CONCERTS: $3.00 - $2.40 - $1.80
FIFTH.ANNUAL EXTRA CONCERT SERIES

LAURITZ MELCH IOR, Tenor. . . .
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
Charles Munch, Conductor. .
MYRA HESS, Pianist . . . . . . . .

Tuesday, October

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Wednesday, October 25

Tuesday, November
Monday, January

14
15

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DON COSSACK CHORUS
Serge Jaroff, Conductor

. . . . . .

CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,

Thor Johnson, Conductor

Tuesday, February 20

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SEASON T ICKETS: Block A, $8.40; Block B, $7.20; Block C, $6.00.
SINGLE CONCERTS: $3.00 - $2.40 - $1.80
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERTS

Welcome Back
to
Michigatt!
It's the same old location, but
redecorated.
We still have "Butch", Ginny,
Andy, and Tom to serve you,
but we're a year older and
more experienced.
It's still Fraternity and Col-
leze Jewelrv. but hundreds of

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. . . December 9 and

10,1950

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NANCY CARR, soprano, EUNICE ALBERTS, contralto;
DAVID LLOYD, tenor; OSCAR NATZKA, bass;
CHORAL UNION and ORCHESTRA;
LESTER McCOY, Conductor
TICKETS: 70c and 50c. On sale beginning October 16.

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