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robe Additions Necessary
rise Mid-Season Morale.

Panhel Gives Rushing Dates

RICHMOND RECC

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By JEAN HARTW IG
If your wardrobe looks a tired2
and wilted as a gardenia the
morning after the prom, now is
a good time to treat yourself to
some new "pretties" to lift your
fashion morale.
With Valentine's Day less than
a wolf whistle away, a few bright
cheerful accessories or even an
all-out splurge on a dress or suit
will be good vitamins for a closet
that's tired of a long and dreary
winter.
It's not too early to sport a new
straw hat on your Sunday morn-
ig trek to church or to pin a cor-
sage of violets or a spray of car-
nations on the old faithful winter
coa Even though snow is cover-
ing the ground, you can urge
spring out of hiding with bright
colors and a few fresh "touches."
New Shapes for Purses
If your budget can stand a ma-
jor depletion, a sunny yellow
dress, gay but beautiful and
simply cut can do wonders for a
dark coat. Even a new stylish
handbag in the new shape - nar-
rower vertically and wider hor-
zontally - in pale beige, gilt-
trimmed calfskin will do the trick.
For , the Miss who's brave
enough to venture far into the
field of high potency colors, a tri-
color knitted coat will be just the
ticket for - morale-booster. The
white wool sweater-coat, striped
in. red and blue, slim, collarless

By PEGGY GREENBERG
Approximately 1,400 rushees will
begin their first set of mixers for
the spring rush at 7 p.m. on Fri-
day.
This set of mixers is a series of
22 "open house" parties, allowing
the rushees to meet the sorority
women for the first time in their
respective houses. ach party will
last 40 minutes and will feature
the singing of familiar songs as
entertainment, with coffee and
cookies.
On a time schedule arranged by
The Panhellenic Association, the
22 groups of rushees will visit five
houses on Friday evening. On Sat-
urday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and
from 7 p.m. to 10:10 p.m., they will
meet the sororitywomen in nine
more houses. The remaining eight
houses will receive the rushees
from 1:30 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. and
from 7:00 p.m. to 10:10 p.m. on
Sunday.
Issue Invitations
On Feb. 16, rushees will receive
their invitations in the League
ballroom for the second set of
parties. Counselors, who are soror-
ity members disaffiliated from
their houses during the rush per-
igd, will then explain the invitation
procedure to their respective rush
groups.
Each rushee may accept eight of
the invitations received. She will
then fill out invitation cards, indi-
cating whether she will attend the
sorority parties.
The second set begins on Feb.
17. Three parties will be held on
Tuesday night and three more on
Wednesday, all from 7 p.m. to 10,
p.m. The last two parties in this
set will be given on Thursday from
7 p.m. to 8:55 p.m.
Carry Theme
A central party theme will be
carried out by the sorority in ,its
entertainment and decorations for
this set. Rushees are again asked
to wear school clothes and bobby
socks.
Invitations to the third set will
be collected on Feb. 20, from 7:30,
to 9:30 p.m. Five of these invita-
tions may be accepted.

On Feb: 23, from 11 am, to1l
p.m. invitations to the fourth set
will be received at the League,
three of which may be accepted.
These informal parties, featuring
games or a skit, will be held Mon-
day and Tuesday nights, from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m.
At the League on Wednesday,
Feb. 25, rushees will receive invi-
tations to final desserts. Two of
these may be accepted.
On Feb. 27, between 7:30 p.m.
and 12 midnight and on the after-
noon of the 28th between 1:30 pm.
and 5:00 p.m. rushees fill out
sorority preference cards at the
League.

Also at this time sororities fill
out preference lists. These lists
and the rushee preference cards
are put into the IBM machine.
Deliver Cards
By noon on March 1, a card will
be delivered to the mailboxes of
the rushees. This card will indi-
cate whether the rushee has re-
ceived an invitation to pledge
a sorority.
Those rushees who have received
invitations will pick them up in
the. League ballroom at 4:00 p.m.
that afternoon. Pledging ceremon-
ies take place at the sorority
houses soon after.

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MIDWINTER FRESHENER
... gay suit, straw sailor
and buttoned down to the hem is
as bright as a flag for wearing
over dark dresses now and later
in the spring.
Bubble 'Skirt in Style
For really dress-up occasions,
a cotton damask dance dress with
a bateau neckline and a bouffant
bubble of a skirt is the perfect
mid-winter pick-up. With arm-
baring sleeves and a long torso
gathered and shaped below the
hips, the dress is guaranteed to
make a girl feel her feminine lov-
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An up-to-the-minute saffron
tweed costume will fill the pre-
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the post-final sag. Featuring a
short cardigan type jacket gar-
nished with black braid over a
cap-sleeved over-blouse and the
new easy, pleated skirt, the en-
semble is bound to clear up any
symptoms of fashion slouch.
Contact Rules
Announced
Afliate-independent contact
rules go into effect on Friday, Feb.
13 and continue until March 1, the
end of the formal rush period.
1. There shall be no visiting in
the dormitories or the independent
League Houses by actives or alum-
nae.
2. During the rushing period,
there shall be no contact between
affiliated and independent women
unless members of two houses are
present.
3. There shall be no telephoning
into the dormitories or indepen-
dent League Houses to rushees by
affiliated women.
4. When affiliated women meet
rushees on campus, conversation
shall be limited to a friendly
"Hello."
5. From Friday, Feb. 27, after
the final dessert, until Sunday,
March 1, at pledging time, all af-
filiated women should be especially
careful to refrain from conversa-
tiori with rushees.
6. Sorority women will be on
their honor on all occasions during
rushing.
Weekend'
Posts Open
Petitioning for Frosh Weekend
positions, reopened during regis-
tration to accommodate addition-
al interested candidates, will re-
main open through today, Marsha
Woughter, chairman of the
League's Special Projects Inter-
viewing and Nominating Commit-
tee, announced yesterday.
Positions open for both the
Maize and Blue teams, include the
General Floor Show, Publicity and
Decorations chairmen, each of
whom have assistants. Other com-
mittee chairs to be filled include
costumes and makeup, awards
and judges, scenery, lighting, fi-
nance, programs and patrons.

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