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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 192I
Religious Groups Plan
Weekend of Activities

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Campus religious groups will
open their fall activities this week-
end with a wide variety of events
including supper hikes, discus-
sions, an open house, barn dance
and other informal get-togethers.
At 8 p.m. Friday members of
the Wesleyan Guild of the First
Methodist Church will present an
Oriental party including skits,
dancing and refreshments.
There will also be the weekly
fellowship supper at 5:30 p.m. Sun-
day followed by a worship service
at 6:45 p.m. Dr. Kenneth Jones,
chairman of the botany depart-
ment, will speak on "Individual
Christian Commitment."
A moonlight hike and wiener
roast is on the agenda at 8 p.m.
Friday for the members of the
Roger Williams Guild of the Bap-
tist Church. At 6:45 p.m. Sunday
Prof. John Reed of the law school
will speak on "Christian Respon-
sibility in the University."
Supper Hike Planned
Members of the Congregational
and Disciples Guild have planned
a supper hike at 5:15 p.m. Friday.
At 7 p.m. Sunday a program on
SRA and Interguild will be pre-
sented at the Congregational
Church.
The Episcopal Student Founda-

tion will present Prof. Edmund
Wooding of the journalism depart-
ment at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Can-
terbury House. Prof. Wooding will
speak on "Public Relations, the
Trinity of Competitive Enterprise."
A fellowship night including in-
formal activities and refreshments
has been planned by the Westmin-
Church at 7 p.m. Friday. There
will be a regular guild meeting at
6:45 p.m. Sunday, the theme of
which will be "Shaking the Foun-
dations."
Discussions to Be Held
At 7:30 p.m. Friday Michigan
Christian Fellowship will present
a discussion on "How to Conduct
Bible Studies." Dr. Gorden Van
Wylen will speak to MCF members
at 4 p.m. Sunday at Lane Hall on
"The Meaning of Faith." Refresh-
ments will be served afterwards.
The members of the Newman
Club will holdan open house and
barn dance from 8 p.m. to mid-
night Friday.
Dr. Ronald Freedman of the so-
ioclogy department will lead a dis-
cussion on Jewish .identity at 8
p.m. tonight at Hillel Foundation.
At 8 p.m. tomorrow a musicale
with a program of Brahm's works
will be presented in the Hillel
Foundation music room.z

--Daiy-Lynn Wallas
BACKWARD FLIPS-Cheerleaders who will be members of the
1954-55 squad will be selected Monday. Five men will then join
Head Cheerleader Bill Winkler and his assistant, Dave Edwards,
in adding color at pep rallies, and athletic events.
League-Sponsored Classes
To Give Dance Instruction

Sports Clubs
To Organize
Opportunity Provided
For Students To Join
In Athletic Competition
One of the most popular phases
of the WAA program is co-recre-
ation in which both men and wom-
en students may take part in "co-
rec" activities.
Within the next two months five
clubs will hold organizational
meetings for those interested in
badminton, ballet, ice skating,
modern dance and riding. Only the
Ballet Club holds tryouts and there
is instruction for beginners and op-
portunity for practice in them all.
Equipment necessary is furnished
by the clubs.
These groups provide a great
deal of enjoyment for those who
participate and the competitive fac-
tor is strong. The WAA has also
scheduled t h r e e co-recreational
tournaments in volleyball, badmin-
ton and softball.
The organizational meetings will
be 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5,
in Barbour Gymnasium for Bal-
let; 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7,
in the WAB for Riding; 7:30 p.m.
on Oct. 7 in Barbour Gym for mod-
ern dance; 7:30 p.m. on Thursday,
Oct. 28, in the WAB for ice skat-
ing and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov.
9, for badminton.
Sponsored by the WAA and the
Intramural staff are the weekly
F r i d a y night Co-Recreational
Nights. These are held every Fri-
day night in the Intramural Build-
ing that there is not a vacation
following and there are no other
athletic events being held. Hours
are from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
One of the more popular features
of the IM Night is the swimming
pool, open from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
Towels are furnished and tank suits
are offered for those who wish to
use them. Bathing caps must be
worn by all women.

By BARBARA HECHT

Latest fad sweeping the country
is none other than the new novel
pipes for "women of distinction."
While metropolitan stores have
been selling the pipes this sum-
mer at a rapid pace of about 100
a day, just recently have Ann Ar-
bor women followed suit. One lo-
cal store salesman reported that in
two weeks about 18 of the 35 pipes
in stock had been sold.
These creations are similar only
in shape with the larger, less deli-
cate pipes for men. The stems are
usually slender and fairly short.
The bowl or rounded part of the
pipes are often decorated with jew-
els, such as rhinestones, arranged
in many different patterns. A few
are even studded with diamonds.
Cancer Report .
Briar bowls for ladies became
the newest trend in smoking short-
ly after the reports of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society were printed
in leading newspapers and maga-
zines. The reports revealed a prob-
able connection between lung can-
cer and smoking. Immediately aft-
er the announcement, cigarette
stocks went down, pipe and cigar
stocks went up, and pipes came
into their own.
One coed who asked to remain
anonymous purchased a pipe just
to see the reaction of her friends.
To the astonishment of her sorority
sisters, she is now a confirmed
pipe smoker. This student discov-
ered cigaret smoking often proved
disastrous because she found "the
smoke would curl up under her
eye glasses." Now she says the
pipe stem is sufficiently long to
correct this evil.
She has one problem now, how-
ever. The cigarette tobacco she
has been tearing to shreds and us-
ing "tastes terrible," she com-
plains.
New Pipe Tobacco
Even this problem will soon be
remedied as a special mild pipe
tobacco has been prepared special-
ly for the female smoker.
Another coed who favors pipe
smoking remarked, "It adds a
certain distinction, and shows men
that in smoking as in all other
things women can equal, if not sur-
pass them.

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-Daily-Dick Gaskill
FEMININE BRIAR BOWLS-Ladies' pipes are the new nation-
wide rage. Many Michigan coeds are sampling the mild flavor of
a brand of ladies' tobacco developed especially for them.
Old Custom pipe smokers for quite some time.
Female pipe smoking, however, President Andrew Jackson's wife
is not something new. Women in occasionally smoked her husband's
certain sections of the country corncob pipe as have many other
and Europe have been contented pioneer women.
"!f you write we have it."

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Once again coeds and University
men may attend the League dance
classes under the direction of John
Urbanic, former dance instructor
in a well-known studio in Detroit.
Each semester the League dance
class committee sponsors couples
classes for men and women who
attend on dates, in addition to two
singles classes for stags and an
exhibition class. '
This fall there has been a change
in the entire program of dance ses-
sions, which serve to give dance

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WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
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Coed Swim Club
To Hold Tryouts
M i c h i f i s h, the synchroniz
swimming club for women,
planning to hold tryouts at 7:
p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, a
Wednesday, Oct. 13, and at 3 p.r
on Friday, Oct. 8, at the new won
en's swimming pool.
All women interested in joinii
this club are urged to atten
and to practice up on the skil
and strokes necessary to qualif
The test includes swimming th
front crawl, back crawl, sic
stroke on both sides and brea
stroke.
Skills such as the back dolphi
and front surface dive are nece
sary. However, coeds who hav
never had any experience with syr
chronized swimming will be coun
ed only on their stroke perforn
ance. There is no limit to the num
ber that will be chosen. Entranc
is based on the form of the stroke
and not on speed.
Old members will have an o:
ganizational meeting on Wedne:
day, Sept. 29, to discuss plans fo
a clinic to be given on Saturda
Oct. 16, at the new women's poc
by Beulah Grundling, senior ou
door solo synchronized swimmin
champion.
The club will hold its regula
meetings from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m
on Wednesdays, and will work o
strokes and more advanced swim
ming skills. The practice is planne
to lead up towards the spring sh6v
to be held on the third week afte
spring vacation.
Tryouts who are not accepte
may enroll in special classes
where they can better their forn
and strokes and be eligible fo
Michifish, whenever entrance i
available.
Marion Charvot is the club man
ager and Miss Fritzi Garheis o
the Women's Physical Educatior
Department is the advisor.

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instructions as well as being a so-
cial hour for University students.
All classes are open free to
coeds. Any women interested in
learning new dance routines and
meeting new friends can join and
act ns a dance partner for the
weekly sessions, as well as being
a hostess for the League.
A fee of $4 is charged to men at
the beginning of the eight-week
session.
Variety of Steps Offered
Couples will have a choice of
learning steps for well-known danc-
es like the waltz, fox trot, tango,
rumba or polka, or they may
choose to learn more intricate steps
like the Charleston, jitter-bug, sam-
ba or the new mambo.
A new feature of the League
dance classes this year is the date
bureau. Lists of coeds are on file
in the League Undergraduate Of-
fice for all men buying couples
tickets and desiring dates. Stu-
dents may contact Charlotte Rol-
nick, chairman of the committee,
at the League from 2 to 4 p.m.
any Tuesday or Thursday after-
noon the week before the date is
wanted.
New Records to Be Used
New records with leading dance
bands will be used at the weekly
sessions, and music for novelties
such as the Bunny-Hop, Charles-
ton, polkas and congas.
The League dance series will
begin Monday, Oct. 4, with the fol-
lowing schedule: Monday: 7:15 to
8:15 p.m., couples; 8:30 to 9:30
p.m., exhibition; Tuesday: 7:15 to
8:15 p.m., singles; 8:30 to 9:30
p.h-., couples; Wednesday: 7:151
to 8:15 p.m., singles and 8:30 to
9:30, advanced couples.
Tickets for the League dance
classes will be sold from noon to

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SIGMA ALPHA ETA -- Sigma
Alpha Eta, national speech correc-
tion organization, will hold a meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. today at the
Speech Clinic for all individuals
interested in speech correction .or
hearing. Aims of the group will be
related, movies shown and refresh-
ments served.
* * .
HILLEL - Reservations for the
high holiday services of Rosh Hash-
anah and Yom Kippur may be
placed by Hillel members from 1
to 5 p.m. tomorrow at the Lydia
Mendelssohn box office. Non-mem-
bers may place reservations from
1 to 5 p.m.
* * .
HOMECOMING DANCE-Pho-
tographers interested in taking pic-
tures at the Homecoming Dance,
and organizations wishing to han-
dle the coat checking booth are
asked to phone Donna Somers at

"It's ridiculous, a third coed
said, "it reminds me of Mammy
Yokum with a pipe in her hands."
Male Students Comment
It will probably take the men a
little longer to accept the idea. One
said he thought the practice was
"silly, ridiculous, and out of
place." Others said, "I don't think
it's any worse than women chewing
tobacco," and "It could be worse,
they could be smoking cigars."
The one male questioned who ap-
proved of the fad recently pur-
chased one for his aunt in Cleve-
land. He thinks women should
smoke pipes because, "it's clean-
er, healthier and stylish."

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