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SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1947

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J uaiciary counci I Announces

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House rules for the sumr
sion have been announced
tricia Caughey, president
summer Women's Judiciar
oil.
Closing hours have been
ed until 11 p.m. during th
Friday and Saturday nig]
L eague To Ho
Dancing Class
Istructions in ballroom
for beginners will be given 1
Guinn from 7 to 9 p.m
Tuesday at the League.
Advanced classes in the
ba, tango and samba will
from 8:15 to 9 p.m.
Those interested in a
Guinn as hostesses for the
niny class should report at
in the ballroom. Hostes
the intermediate group re
8 p.m.
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An all-campus League
House will be held from
10:30 p.m. Sundays in the
Grand Rapids Room thro
the summer session. Th
house will feature bridg
dancing. No charge will be
The Sproul Observato
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coast.

losing Hour Rules
mecr ses-
ing hours remain the same-12:30
by Pa- p.m.
of the Graduate Rules
y Coun- Any students expecting to be out
after 7:30 p.m. must register the
extnd-occasion and the place, Miss
extend Caughey explained. Coeds expect-
e week. ing to be out of town during the
hit cls- weekend must register the address.
Graduate students living in un-I
dergraduate houses and dormitor-
ies must obey undergraduate rules,
Miss Caughey added.
;es Other regulations require that
routine requests for late permis-
dancing lions must be made in advance to
by John the Office of the Dean of wom-
. every en except for Friday, Saturday
and Sunday nights.
rhum- Women may not go to men's
Sfollowrooming houses, apartments or
fraternities, for dinner or for calls,
ssisting unless a chaperon is present.
begin- Latenesses
7 p.m. All latenesses are to be made up,
,ses for the council president said. Stu-
port at dents must make up five minutes
for every minute late.- Latenesses
are made up by the offender com-
Open ing in the required number of pen-
7:30 to alty minutes before the regular
League closing time. The night on which
ughout the penalty is imposed- shall be
e open the Friday or Saturday night fol-;
e and lowing the lateness.
made. Every women in the University
- is responsible for knowing the
ry at house rules and abiding by. them.
e third Ignorance is no excuse in case of
Eastern violation, Miss Caughey empha-1
sized.;

Activity

atWAB

Of Recreational

A series of open recreational
evenings to be held from 7 to 9
p.m., Mon., Tues., Wed., and Fri.
in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing, are slated to begin this week,
by the Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department under the direc-
tion of Dr.. Margaret Bell.
Both men and women will have
free access to the terrace for rec-
ord dancing and to equipment
for croquet, deck tennis, badmin-
ton, ping pong, shuffle board,
horse shoes, and clock golf.
Thursday nights are also open
from 8 to 10 p.m. at the WAB for
a small fee, when the Graduate
Outing Club presents their weekly
square dance.
Courses in Posture
Improvement Open
The Department of Physical Ed-
ucation for Women still has open-
ings for those women interested
in the new posture, figure and
carriage courses.
All women who wish to better
their figures, and - to achieve
graceful posture will benefit by
the course, which caters to in-
dividual needs.
There are also opportunities
for the formation of new courses
in physical education, ,if the num-
ber of women requesting them is
sufficient.

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Dr. and Mrs. Jack Nemeroff of
Chicago, Ill. have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Bernice, to Mr. Jerry Karsh, son
of the Max Karshs of Benton Har-
bor.
Miss Nemeroff graduated from
the University in June. Mr. Karsh
is a senior in the literary college.
An August wedding is planned.
* * *
The engagement of Sylvia Dav-
idson to Mr. Allen Lewis has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Davidson of Akron,
0.
Mr. Lewis is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Lewis of New York
City.
Miss Davidson is a sophomore
in the literary college. Mr. Lewis
is a senior in the engineering co'-
lege.
The wedding will take place in
the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Makima of
Detroit have announced the en-

gagement of their daughter, Lila,
to Mr. Marseilles Riopelle, son of
Mr. J. H. Riopelle of Royal Oak.
A senior in the literary college,
Miss Makima is a member of Al-
pha Chi Omega. Mr. Riopelle is
a student at the Detroit Business
School.
An October wedding is planned.
The engagement of Helen Cole,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Cole of Gary, Ind. to Mr. Richard
Wildermuth, son , of the Joseph
Wildermuths of Gary, has been
announced by the bride-elect's
parents.
Miss Cole, a junior in the liter-
ary college, is affiliated with Al-
pha Chi Omega. A member of
Sigma Chi, Mr. Wildermuth is a
junior in the engineering college.
The couple has planned an Au-
gust wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Reagen, of
Brooklyn, N.Y., have announced
the engagement of their daughter;

Cindy to Mr. Donald Curto, son
of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Curto of
Marquette.
Miss Reagan, a June graduate of
the University, is a member of Col-
legiate Sorosis.
Mr. Curto, also a graduate-of the
University, is now working on his
M.A. During the war, he served
as an officer with the Marine
Corps.
The Wedding will take place
July 18 in New York City.
The engagement of Raymonda
McGarry to Mr. William H. Ful-
ton II has been announced by her
father, Mr. R. J. McGarry of La
Grange, Ill.
Miss McGarry graduated from
the University in June and is now
attending the University of New
Mexico summer session.
Mr. Fulton, the son of Mr. and'
Mrs. William Hill Fulton of Dear-
born, is a senior in the literary
school.
The weddiing date has not been
set.

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ELIZABETH ARDEN'S Prepa-
rations for Well-Groomed Legs:
Velva Leg Film, 1.00 and 2.00*.
Buffer, 75c*. "Sleek" Hair Re-
mover, 1.00*.
Liquid Perfumed Deodorant by
CHARLES OF THE RITZ, 6
ozs. 1.40*.
To keep hands soft and lovely
- CHARLES OF THE RITZ
Velvet Glove Hand Lotion, 1.00*.
ELIZABETH ARDEN'S Hand
Lotion, 1.00 and 1.75*.
Scented oils for your bath.
D'ORSAY'S Concentrated Bain
de Luxe, 1.85*. ANN HAVI-
LAND'S, floral-scented: "GRE-
CIAN BATH," 2.50* set of 4.
" The spirit-lifting fragrance of
cooling colognes. DANA'S "Pla.-
tine." 2.25 and 4.00*. D'OR-
SAY'S "Le Dandy" Eau de Toi-
lette, 2.00 and 3.75*.
ELIZABETH ARDEN'S "Blue
Grass" Grooming Aids. Flower
Mist Clogne, 1.50 andC2.50*.
Sachet Powder, 2.00*. Cream
Deodorant, 1.25*.
BELLIN'S "Wonderstoen" Dry-
Method Hair Eraser for arms
and legs, 3.00. Facial size, 1.25.
Costume Color Complements
for nails and toes in PEGGY
SAGE'S Color Collection of pol-
ishes:, 1.83*, set of 6.
EVER-DRY Double-Acting De-
odorant. In cream or liquid
form, 50c and 1.00*.

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HARD TO BELIEVE, but nevertheless true! Now right at the middle of
the season we offer you dresses - new in style.- new in color - and low
in price! Never before have we run such a sale of dresses. You'll want
more than one of these beauties. Come early! A thrilling assortment of
rayon sheers, crepes, jerseys, spun cottons including eyelet embroidered,
seersuckers, Dan River ginghams, swisses and chambrays.
ONE- AND TWO-PIECE STYLES - BOTH DRESSY AND TAILORED
Junior sizes 9-15 Misses' and Women's sizes 10-44 161/2 to 241/2
GROUP I ... 9.95
includes all summer dresses originally marked 25.00, many to 39.95.
This group also includes summer suits of white and pastel linen gabar-
dine tegra plus wool shetlands.
GROUP II ... 14.95

includes all originally marked 16.95.
dresses, many values to 29.95
GROUP II... 12.95
includes all 14.95 original prices, many to 25.00.
GROUP IV... 10.00
includes all 10.95 original prices, many to 19.95

At ].30and 8.30..
at grand values in cottons, spun rayons, jerseys, crepes, prints.
Originally priced 8.95 to 16.95.
At2.98 to 5.00...
Two groups of cottons and spun rayons, printed and solid colors.
Groups of blouses - handbags - pieces of costume jewelry.

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