TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A f~V
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Receotion Will Honor WAA Michigan Blazer Saiec
New Foregn StUdents
A reception for new foreign
students on Saturday is one of speakers to schools and clubs
the first events slated for this ,which are interested in learning
year by the International Center.. about .foreign countries and poll-
Thre leture ar planedforcies.
Thret e efthis mont pand hebe One of the main goals of this
ginig of Octoer. Wifred Abi organization is to promote a bet-
will speak on "Peace and Refugees ter relationship between Amern-
in the Near East" on Friday. Mr. can students and foreign students.
Earl Riskey, superintendent of :The International Center helps
physical education for men at the foreign students by giving them
University, will show movies and advice and by giving them finan-
provide information on football cial aid. Michigan students may
To Begin at Barbour Gym
WAA University of Michigan
blazers, featuring a crest on the
pocket, will go on sale from 2 to 5
p.m. tomorrow in the fencing room
of Barbour Gymnasium. s
Orders will be taken at this
time, and the sale will continue
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thurs-
day and Friday. The jackets come
in two styles-one of heavy flan-
nel in navy blue, oxford grey and
white and the other of shetland
tweed in white only. Both are ful--
Blazer Sale Chairman, Kay Fru-
enthal, stated that students who
wish pibing on their jackets may
have it at no extra cost. ss
tAppoint New Resident Directors
Appointment has been made by
heDean of Women's Office of five Cranbrook Academy of Art. She Arizona will be the Delta Gamma
women as directors in the dormi- has taken over at the Kappa Al- hiouse mother, Mrs. Smith Atwood.
tory system and five women who pha Theta House. Because of illness, she will not be
will serve as sorority directors. New assistant house director at in Ann Arbor for another two
SMis. Janet C. Tait will become Couzens, Mrs. Gladys Lathrop, has weeks.
associate director at Alice Lloyd worked at an orphanage as an in- The Kappa Delta house director,
Hall. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, dustrial nurse. h nvriyo Mrs. Helen Dickersen, hails from
she hived there for 119 years and __
then came to the states, and resid- -__.-. .-------.---- ..---- .
ed in Ann Arbor for seven years.-________________________
Mrs. Tait vividly remembers hei
native land after spending the year I
1946 in Scotland. Yo Ar-e Invited
Gaining experience at the Uni-
versity of Idaho and Cornell Uni-
versity, Mrs. Frances Lehrer has to a Speclal Showin
assumed the position of house
mother at the Kappa Kappa Gamn of Anne Fos artv s
DirHector Taught Music Entire Fall Collection
A new assistant director at
Stockwell. Mrs. Flora K. Newton,
taught elementary school music in To ay Sept 21
Detroit for four years. 0 nm o 5 pii
The other new assistant director. n.
at Stockwell is Mrs. Margaret G.
noic at Noteri noi aTeach The dash and dif ference, the flair and
th~e al arts program at Principia in St. fourish that is Anne Fogarty's own
for the benefit of Michigan's new .
foreign students. This program
will be held on Sept. 30.
be dicussed by foreig students
nOct. 8. The first informa di-
cussion on current issues will take
place on Oct. 1..
The International Center is
planning a special program com-
memorating United Nations Week,
I n orude tochelp introd c r
other places of interest, two tours
have already been scheduled. The
students will visit the Henry Ford
Museum and they will also tour
th iWeeky Movies, Teas
In addition to these scheduled
activities, the Center holds several
other programs. They sponsor
movies on different countries on
Sund'ay evenings, classical music
programs on Wednesday evenings
and teas on Thursday evenings at
Rackham Hall. They also provide
lessons in ballroom and Oriental
The organization sends out
aiso regard the Center as a meet-
ing place for social events.
Stud nts Pla ued Ci~stsCrests Featured
og U d Crstson the pockets are black
By Comon Codnth wite jackets and goldthon
The common head cold, complete story, Miss Fruenthal is wearing
with sniffles and sore throat, has a white flannel jacket with a
arrived in Ann Arbor earlier than black crest.
usual this year, according to Dr. A special feature of this sale
Margaret Bell of the University will be the extra pocket received
Health Service, with each blazer. This pocket may
At the present time, the Health be usdnoalac the cres pockN-BLZER
these cases are accompanied by at the order sessions. All altera- be held this month by two of
high temperatures and other com- tions will be made at no extra WAA clubs.
mon cold symptoms. charge i n c 1 u d i n g shortening The tennis club under the
Accrdig o D. Bll itis s-sleeves. Students are reminded rection of Charlotte Haller
pecall imprtn to are fo ahat a $5 deposit is due at this hold its orgaiatior al meetinl
plications. Among the most comn- The remainder of the money. WAB. All coeds interested in
mon are pneumonia, sinus trouble Miss Fruenthal said, should be proving their tennis skills
and glandular fever. About eight paid when the jackets arrive, participating in singles and d
or nine pneumonia cases have de- Skirts and Shorts Available bles tournaments as well as in
veloped so far. Also on sale are skirts in a Va- collegiate matches are invitec
Dr. Bell also believes that anti- riety of styles and bermuda shorts attend.
histamines do no real good. "The jwhich match or complement the Also meeting for the first t
best cure for a cold is to get lots blazers. Profits from the sale will this season at 5 p.m. on Wedi
of rest and to help fight the cold go to the Women's Athletic Asso- day, Sept. 29, in the WAB, is
with an increased liqued diet," she ciation. field hockey club with Manu
M~rs. Hrattie H. Blumn, 0f Mvarien,
Indiana, will serve as Alpha Ep-
silon Phi houseter.t sReceiving
tended Barnard college and Co-
Former Social Worker
Before becoming the assistant
house director at Mosher, Miss
Lois Ives was employed as a social,
worker in her home town, Troy,
Another experienced house moth-
er is Mrs. Margaret B. Trible, who
held such a position for 9 years at
tashion signature . . here, in her new
winged silhouettes, dramatized by rich
825 to $75
Besides the sale, meetings will Donna Westerlund.
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