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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Council Groups
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AtFall Danceff

Objection to 'Cookies Dusters'
Voied byUniversity Women
Coeds Do Not Like Whiskers with Kisses

'POINT... SIDEOUT':
CoedsVie for Honors in Volleyball Tourney

'One Night in 1000'

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Will Set Atmosphere
For Girl-Bid Affair
Union Council members and the
League Executive Council have
been invited to be guests at the
annual girl bid League Fall Dance
to be held from 9 p.m. to midnight
Saturday in the League Ballroom.
These two groups usually get
together at an annual dinner. This
year will mark the first meeting
under new conditions as both
groups appear as guests of the
League Social Committee which
sponsors the dance.
* * *
CATHY SOTIR, League presi-
dent; Margaret Strand, vice-presi-
dent; Lois Eisele, secretary; Joan
Grill, treasurer; Betty Wiles, Ju-
dicairy chairman and Marianne
Van Duzer, interviewing and nom-
inating committee chairman, com-
prise the Executive Council.
The Union Council is headed
by John Kathe, Union president,
and Jim Moran, secretary.
The remainder of the council
consists of the seven vice-presi-
dents: Jim Witzler, Sabato Alfieri,
John Finger, Jim Callison, Bill

According to Recent
By LORRAINE BUTLER
On the basis of a survey con-
ducted recently, it has been found
that most women on campus
strongly disagree with a certain
good grooming expert, who insists
that coeds admire mustaches.
Executive vice-president of the
better grooming foundation, Mur-
ray Kushell, after questioning sev-
eral "big men" on various campus-'
es this summer, reported that co-
eds hardly ever objected to "cookie
dusters."
UPON BEING asked whether or
not she liked men with mustaches,
a usually lively freshman woman
looked as if she had just developed
a case of acute indigestion.
Her only comment was an ex-
clamation which sounded very
similar to "ughhhh."
One sentimental sophomore ad-
mitted that she had a fondness for
mustaches because one of her
uncles, who died of suffocation,
wore one.
* * *
BITTER JUNIOR women coop-
erated on an answer to the ques-
tion of mustache vs. smooth shav-
en, with "If he's a man, the mus-
tache doesn't matter, but try and
find a real man among all these
boys!"
A representative of the senior
class replied "Heavens no!"
when asked if she liked "cookie
dusters." She added that they
weren't bad on older men."
One coed explained that her lack
of affection toward the mustache
was due purely to past associa-
tions.
KUSHELL, IN his report on
mustaches, also predicted that one
out of every five men on campus

College Surveys Report
in the fall would be sporting a
"cookie duster."
On the Michigan campus, the
mustache does not seem to have
come anywhere near the one
out of five mark.
Kushell also stated that one
main reason for the rapid increase
in mustaches is that men have dis-
covered that coeds secretly admire
being tickled when they are kissed.
This assertion was flatly denied
by everyone of the women who
were questioned, and most insist-
ed that they could not think of
anything which would be worse.
Hillel Musicale
Set for Tonight
Hillel will present a musicale at
7:45 p.m. today at the Zeta, Beta
Tau house at 2006 Washtenaw.
The evening's entertainment,
which will be free of charge, will
be open to all campus. Refresh,
ments will also .be served.
The musicale is only one of the
many activities sponsored by the
Hillel Foundation which is com-
posed of the Jewish students on
campus.

"Net ball," "point," "side-out"
are words that are becoming
very familiar to many coeds as the
WAA volleyball tournament goes
into its fourth week of play.
The schedule for this week is as
follows:
Monday at 5:10 p.m.-Newberry
II vs. Couzens II; Martha Cook II
vs. Newberry IV; at 7:15 p.m.-
Mosher III vs. Stockwell VII; Del-
ta Delta Delta I vs. Kappa Kappa
Gamma I; at 8 p.m.-Stockwell I
vs. Jordan V; Jordan II vs. Stock-
well VI.
Tuesday at 5:10 p.m.-Kappa

Delta I vs. Collegiate Sorosis II;
Sigma Delta Tau vs. Delta Gamma
II; at 7:15 p.m.-Alpha Phi II vs.
Stockwell III; Alpha Phi III vs.
Pi Beta Phi I; at 8 p.m.-Pi Beta
Phi III vs. Alpha Xi Delta II; Al-
pha Gamma Delta II vs. Pi Beta
Phi II.
Wednesday at 5:10 p.m.-Chee-
ver I vs. Delta Gamma I; Kappa
Alpha Theta I vs. Barbour I; at
7:15 p.m.-Kappa Kappa Gamma
II vs. Alpha Gamma Delta I; Gam-
ma Phi Beta II vs. Gamma Phi
Beta I.

Thursday at 5:10 p.m.-Alpha
Omicron Pi I vs. Kappa,Delta II;
Palmer I vs. Alpha Phi I; at 7:15
p.m.-Alpha Omicron Pi II vs.
Hollis I; Kappa Kappa Gamma
III vs. Alpha Xi Delta III; at 8 p.-
m.-Chi Omega I vs. Couzens I.
All games will be played in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
To test the durability of cordu-
roy, examine the cut seam edge to
see if the pile pulls out of the
seam easily.

MODERN 'KNIGHT'-John Kathe, Union president, looks down
upon Marilyn Hey and Donna Meyer. After a Homecoming week-
end of male spending, men can now look forward to Saturday's
League Fall Dance, 'One Night in a 1000.' This event gives women
the opportunity to repay their Homecoming dates.

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* * *
Daines, Al Blumrosen and Gene
Mesh.
JOHNNY HARBERD and his
orchestra will provide music for
the informal dance.
An Arabian theme, "One
Night in a 1000," will be used to
set the mood, fez bedecked
bandmen will add to the color of
the scene.
Murals depicting tales from the
"Arabian Nights" will line the
wall. Streamers will be hung from
the bandstand to create a tent-
like effect.

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PROGRAMS WILL be in keep-
ing with the Oriental theme.
Ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, bats
and witches were used as decor-
ation devices at last year's dance
to carry out the Halloween
theme.
Two prizes, a $10 and a $5 gift
certificate, are being offered to the
dormitory or sorority house which
sells the most tickets in proportion
to the number of women living in
the house.
Women may purchase tickets for
the dance for $1.50 at the League,
Union or residence halls.

WAA
Coaches and Officials - The
written examination for nation-
al ratings will be held at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the WAB.
* * *
Bowling - Co - recreational
bowling will take place from
7:30 to 10 p.m. on Mondays and
Wednesdays in the WAB.

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