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Job Conference
To Offer Coeds
Advice, Coffee
The annual Career Conference
for the benefit of all University
women will be held from 1 to 4
p.m. Saturday on the second floor
of the League.
The conference is sponsored by
Scroll, Mortarboard, and Senior
Society, three honoraries for
senior women, in cooperation with
the University's Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational In-
Guidance Offered
Guidance will be given to fresh-
men and sophomores who are
undecided about their majors, as
well as to senior women who want
to find job opportunities.
Speaking at 1 p.m. will be rep-
r resentatives of the advertising,
banking, biological research, civil
service and counseling fields.
At 2 p.m. representatives of the
insurance, journalism, library
work, personnel and physical ther-
apy fields will speak.
Discussions of All Fields
Airline hostessing, military serv-
ices, publishing, radio and tele-

New Feminine Hairstyling Features
Shorter, Smoother Coiffure Trend



"Forward and Down" is the
latest word in feminine hair-
Although no single length is
dictated, hair is short. Bangs are
given much attention, but there
are several variations on the
theme. Some are wistful, face-
framing tendrils;* some have an
impish, feathery effect; and some
slant across the brows.
There is a graceful undulation
to these new coiffures, with the
hair manipulated like smooth
satin. Although a forward move-
nent predominates, even the few
lifted and swept-back styles give
an impression of mobility.
To flatter this look of casual
elegance, thorough care of the
scalp and hair is more important
than ever. According to experts,
frequent massage does more to
make . hair beautiful than any-
thing else.
This massage is best given by
hana, after a good brushing. Lace
the fingers through the hair, grasp
one fistful after another and tug
slowly away from the scalp. This
pull strengthens the tiny muscles
ththl hold the hairs in their

-Daily-David Arnold
LAST 'MINUTE TOUCHES-Preparing for the Messiah Supper
tq be held Sunday at Martha Cook are Sylvia Wendrow, co-chair-
man; Kay Smith, house president; Claudia Teatsorth, co-chair-
man; and Helga Frank, choir director.
Annual Messiah Supper
To Honor Soloists, Faculty,


"y______________________________D____"L_______tat ep hod he air iueei
will be the fields discussed at the Martha Cook's annual Messiah ic HEAD START ON GOOD LOOKS
3 p.m. talks. Supper will be held from 5 p.m. vice-presidents, Martha Cook's Thec'sg and down" trend in feminine hairs
During the conference, coffee to 8 p.m. Sunday. board of directors, Regents of the Tey ao rgh an a Y o ns
willbe ervd t prvidean p- uess a thecomine reep-University and the deans of all the wNay to brush your hair. You should like ribbons of satin, brought fa
will be served to provide an op- Guests at the combined recep-Unesiyndhednsoal h always brush away from your culminating in the new slanted-a
portunity for students and speak- tion, dinner and musicale will in- University schools. shoulders and toward the crown
ers to exchange questions inform- chude the families of University The four soloists from "Mes- ofuldeadTowad the crown
ally. President Harlan Hatcher and wich will be honored at the event, best pull from a brush with boar
wihhas been an annual affair bristles that are set wide apart.
since the first performance' of A weekly shampoo is the mini-
Handel's "Messiah" at the Uni- mcrubbint two soa ingsarounda To Spark Soci
Ca er pversity.wl nluenme srubiugwthetwseoaingsand;
- Purchase Camera Shop The musical program after the thorough-at least five-rinsings.
dinner will include numbers by Hair sprays are invaluable for Alice Lloyd
the Martha Cook choir and the making that "crowning glory" e Oy .--
Presents Law School choir, the Psurfs, fol- even more glorious. Newest are Shades of pink will decorate o
lowed by group singing of Christ- the light lacquer-like sprays that Alice Lloyd dormitory tonight, w
R mas carols. allow the hair to be combed when the annual Winterlace Ball t
A "Deck the Halls" party will easily, and lanolin sprays which is held from 9 p.m. to midnight. a
be held preceding the dinner, for give the hair shine. Carrying out the motif of this
< he purpose of decorating the en- "'Turning heads" should be nob
ire biilding with a holiday motif trick, after your own is conditioned orientation Post
THE GREATEST in honor of the event. to its well-groomed best.
35mm VALUE WE HAVE etitioning Open
35mUVAL EIW HAE Petitioning for positions as or- t
EVER OFFERED QUICKIE CHICKIE lentation leaders for the second
E E semester will be open throughG
,h Monday.d
Interviews will be held fromt
Fr e D lv r Monday, Dec. 9 through Monday,
______N_________.___Dec. 16. All women students areo
N O 2-9944 eligible to petition.
Applicants should fill out an in-
formation card which may be ob-
$k ACROSS FROM THE LAW QUAD tained at the League. In a separ-
QUAD ate petition, the interested wo-f
4_ _--__ _ _ _ _ _man should list her qualifications,V
_____what she thinks the job entails,
~andmake suggestions and criti-
cisms of the orientation program.
{ ~Leaders Chosen This Month n
A leadership training program
will be held after the leaders are J
chosen this month. Leaders must
~ or I h r rreturn to campus January 30 0
when another training program
will be held.
Orientation begins Friday, Jan-
<: HI SONGS uary 31.
1 *. ,CThis year we are trying to ex-
with f"1.9 Len LIST PRICE $99.50 HI W T
1. H IS W IT pand our program to include mar-
;t tf}' ried and graduate students," says
HIS (so-called) VOICE Linda Green, '59, League orienta-
tPUchsesrtion committee chairman. Separ-
Prce HIS PIANO ate programs, "get-togethers" and
special information ceters will
Just 7.95 down be set up.
I Tours Being Planned
Mr. KIRK COOKSON, the repre'sentative for Aires Bus tours and library tours of
Ltd., Japan, will be on hand Saturday and Monday pus are being planned for the first
to answer your questions. Also time this year. In addition, tours
Sn yof the men's residence halls for
incoming men students and a
LayAway NOW for Christmas MALeague Night for incoming women
students are being. planned.
Again this year, League-Union
forums will be held to enable new
Saturday, January 11, 1958 . . . 8:30 P.M.
Tickets.......$1.20, $1.80 and $2.40 International Outing
This Christmas! The International Students As-
sociation will sponsor an outing
A* * * vaabe a:to Saline from 2 to 10:30 p.m. Sat-
UDISC SHOP The 60 who go on the trip will
EUEBS sing and square dance and at
dinner-time they will cook shish-
SComplete LIBERTY MUSIC Mabob. .
More information can be ab-
KODAK tained in the International Cen-
10-piece ______________
xa = BROWN I E 8mm
Movie outfit
Christmas Suggestions from Morrill's
BRIDGE SUPPLIES. Crane & Eaton's Stationery
Y k Brownie Camera a
¢h rone rjetrDuplicate Bridge Boards Christmas Cards -Box & Rock
Kern Cards J Christmas Gift Wrappings
Light Bar Congress Playing Cards Cartridge filled pens
COMPLETE 2-Flood Bulbs Bridge Tallies sterbrllk, pe
P C Kodak Color Film Bridge Scores Estermn h
PRICE ~8mCron.Waterman
0 8mm Cartoon CRIBBAGE BOARDS Desk Pen Sets
8 9 * Feature CHECKER BOARDS Fountain Pen & Pencil Sets
# 200 ft. Reel GAMES Desk Calendars
$8.95 DOWN * 200 ft. Can D k e

Budget terms Gadget Bag oN Portable T1ypewriters "l
Budget terms Smith-Corona Electric Scrap & Photo Books

-In keeping with the "forward
styling, the hair is here handled
orward from a side part and
cross-the-brow look.
ties, Dances
al Weekend
year's-dance, "Through Rose-Col-
ored Glasses," Kleinstueck House
will decorate its lounge on the
theme "Pink Heaven," Hinsdale
on "Wee Bit Tipsy," Palmer on
"Pink Magic" and A,*gell on "Ma-
genta Rose."
Graduate Council....
Dancing, refreshments and en-
tertainment will be the program
for the Graduate Student Christ-
mas party. to be given from 9 p.m.
to midnight tonight at the Ameri-
can Legion Hall.
Sponsored by the Graduate Stu-
dent Council, the dance will fea-
ture music by the Paul McDon-
ough Quartet and will provide an
opportunity to meet the various
graduate students on campus.
Alpha Epsilon Pi . .
Greenwich Village is the theme
for Alpha Epsilon Pi's pledge par-
try tonight, which will be high-
lighted by pledge skits.
Tomorrow night the pledge for-
mal will be held at Washtenaw
Country Club. with music by Red
Johnson's Orchestra. A celestial
theme has been chosen for the

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At the League

Flattering Fashions from our Holiday Collec-
tion of Shimmering Satins, Swishy Taffetas,
Sophisticated Velveteens, Misty Chiffons of
Cloud-like Nets. In Sizes 7-15, 10 to 20. and
priced to fit even the smallest budget...
from 22.95 to 39.95
Special groups of
from 10.00 to 25.00
orig. values to 39.95
Expressly designed for you this
Rushing. Bewitching Taffeta.

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