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SNOSINGAMEKJHOP CALLS FOR LATEST FASHIONS WOMENTOMANHY100CKIINGPAITS
~ 5 J ~ NBy Belle sd no gacfldae ctivities at the League no gaeu rps;building1 lOCC C lC
0 10 FRISHMIN is I"After my laughter came tears"1Oteso ofeairalsdrape'L ElL' STAG LSETS~wi~i be prticlaly numerous nextUL UdSIl i [IILSILO
isdunt be reversed in a couple of from a normal waistline into en-! , week considering the fact that ex- I__
mwen hicthere WaAre Partyto Retureto Fiel
INT OCU S S IESLas It won't be long now, and J-;little dance frock of black taffeta Play Production Inaugurates aminationstareoonlyuanweekFoff.
I N E O LAS LLDI~~Hop means evening dresses, evening1 has a gay touch in black brocaded Plan oHaigFemininee are the usual number of rg HueAtrSkjgStra
ssan moeeeigdresses. d th bright nosegays set in as ao Handesnn.aa committee and organization HueAfteArborentu. a
Sophomores, Overcomei Juniors you hae" led wkdpanel down the front and added inStg meetings.
yours out, the model sketched is two' huge panniers and sash ends ITd
in Closest CageC ontest gaate ?mk bouey~tva h ak STUDENT WRITES PLAY rrdY groups 2 and 3 of the Amer- THAW TO CH-ANGE PLANS
of Series,.sotga i se o! h sit nl-egh of course, ig the !- ---* ican Association of University Wo- -
is made entirely of white tule ruf- only length permissible now for For the first time in the history; men and~ Sigma Alpha Iota wlWthold In order to take advantage of the
TEAMS ELECT CAPTAINS! ties on a white satin base, The top evening. Some of the newest dress- of Play Production, all of the de- meetings. Tomorrow night Leta'snow while it Is here, the Women's
_ - { es trail' along the floor after the tails of management hav been: Kappa Rho will meet. The Faculty Atletic association will conduct
Mlrd wearer, and others have a detach-s Women's Chorus rehearse Monday its third skiing party of te sea-
Mvarion Geib,Mide Cassidy'al pint ereoe hlpacd in the hands of "women forj and the Freshman Girls' Glee Club
Ar Hig Scorer for ll tansoee orpsed vl the presentation of "Leila" Frday{ and Alpha Alpha Gamma, archi- son, and incdentally, the last of
SCool anc o eeingwas r Vl nd Saturday nights. The play it- tectural sorority ill hold regular the semester. All women are Invit-"
Senor._metngs iminous and frame their wearers Isf was written by Dorothy Acker- metns ed; and are asked to meet at 2
The seniors and the sophomores; faces very captivatingly. On theI man, '29, and submitted in the Regular meetings scheduled for o'clock at the Field house.
twhole, evening wraps are shorter 1 play cntest of last year. Tuesday are the University Girls"farwl ecnutdo
weevcoiosoe h fehe than those of last season, leaving{ At present, novel operations areGleCuanPn-een.Th1Te
kand the juniors respectively in the; ( . the long skirts of the formal gowns n process in the Lydia<Mendels- Political SineHnusGopmc h aelnsa h w
interclass basketball games held on t to trail out underneath. sohn theatre, where canvas is be- will hold its regular meeting Wed- former parties, since the skiing will
Thursday afternoon in, Barbour ; ing stretched, sized, and- painted. nesday night. be done at the Arboretum, fromI
gynsim / ~, ~ S HO A SH PoyAppr eently the wmencua have en- 'Today Regent Esther Marsh which the party will return. to the
Th cr ntesno-rsmnI (rBE AWA JXRDED payproucng for they have home in the Grand Rapids Room In case of a thaw the affair will
contest stood 41 to 11 at the final I f m EA TERN SCHOOL[,rvdtesle hruhycm from 4 to 6 o'clock. This is the be otoe nilnx eetr
whsl.TeFesmnwrjn petent of handling the stage set-{ third and last of her series of teas i according to Dorothy Elsworth, '3,l
able to get the ball through the 9I"Have you some good student,;tinlgs, according to valentine in January and she invites stu- outdoor manager of W. A. A.Janet
centr cmbiatio ofOlsn an eiherpresnt r frmer tosugestWindt, director of Play Productions, dents, both men and women, to at- I Michael, '31, is in charge of the
Marshick, whose excellent inter- I/' f \ for our scholarships and fellow- ,M.Wntpitdotta h x ed party in the Field house.
cepingan pasin, entthebal sip, wichar no bengoffr-perience should be particularly Val-, Junior Girls' Play committees
cetig ndpasigset hebal uable for those who expect to di-'have for the past week been meet- WO K T BE I
toadtefehanga/ieat partment of social economy o re high school dramatics in the ing nearly every day and regular
{er time. Lelia Hendricks and Dor- I , ! .11 Bryn Mawr college. Several other ; future.rctc will be begun next week. ON JUNIOR PLAY
otyBgrpae(xeln ae . elwhp n coasishv work, women will have exclusive pln to meet in the Chapel and First meeting of the dance ho-
fortfor rshmthe frfreshmen aten reioulyforwardbu chrg ofstge angemntbeente Apreviouslymmtte rseannouncedo Crls Pbutil
tions, and Marion Geib and I ~~these latter pertain only to those chreostemaaeetinth Alne hus cmiterusfrteJnorGl'Plywl
died Cassidy werecludngimovngeiunituruand plasaea.be held today, according to an an-
re Caid weeithiusastdnswoaeitresedrh iniso- is a play which tied for+ The Hindustani and Student nouncement issued by Lucile
sgood form as forwards for the sen- ! c TweonCoyandWorishaelh first place in a three-act play con-I Christian Association are having Strauss, '31 chairman of dances.
* iors.Two CFellseishof80 re Memo- test held last spring with "CityI dinner and a Round Table discus- Chorus members will meet with{
TheSopomoe-Jnio cntet '' , edannaly o th grundof x-Haul" written by William Thurnau Ilion Monday night. The Frosh Miss Amy Loomis and Miss Strauss {
wa n ftefsts fter ' cellence in scholarship to candi- I 29 and produced by Play Produc- Frolic committee will meet Tues-'i the Committee room of the
el hscefnalysaninot 3 ladaeswtm ve1 November. It was the day. League building.
ies, in faorfll tensophmores.13onetearwho h ecompleted at least1to sILe
i° td 12igraduaroe worksoatmosom' second triumph for Miss Acke- On next Thursday there will be Meetings to take place this af-
During the first period of, pla~y the -T man. She had withstood the first a jint meeting of the. dormitory ternoon have been scheduled for
ksophomores took the lead whichr{ college of good standing. Tere, elria~ni n-c lycn ors ihgnEgnesItefloig hours: 4 to 4:30,
they ,held. until 'the half. In the ar lotoGaeH og eo test with her entry, "Outside This hav, planned several social activi- chorus E; 4:30 to 5, chorus 11; 5 to
secon hal thejunios stged rialfellwshis of$810. The shl
r emark alefcoe-backs sad ma-i fwhtetnand itfcosly.s hincludotheRob et .Val- IRoom," which was produced in1 ties beginning next Thursday. 5:30, chorus A. o
remrage btlte tcoek, an tan so th it shouladerfis pcheely ntsine inue t h oltG arshpo January of last year. Miss Acker- Reservations for 20 or more pri- Saturday morning meetings o
onc ae- onlytoi osen h ialoeo the nescipbooheen 35mfrsoie coomtadsoian man was a member of the class in vate dining rooms for serving the choruses will be as follows: 10
mintesof he la, b a ne oin Ibrilliants and crystal. Crystal jew- research, two Carola Woerishoffer pa rtn.bekithv led enmd 'lccore n ;1:5
. miutesof te ply, b a oe pont cty i worrwit tThecogreatnd demandal forlrstickets seforl, Th grthedemorningtckeafterl ontheoprnigchteruJ-HC; 111:30.C; cho0rusousDD
rmargin. setr sorwit h ny eythi ostu er-GandH.og memorial scholarshp-se "Len a" has necessitated a Saturday' Social activities during the two These meetings will be devoted
The following Captains were elec-stofitdanybattoprGacH.ogem orshlr- matinee performance in addition toI weeks of examinations promise to to stretchig exercises, limb exe-
tedforthe varousintr-cassfection. And there is always the 'ships each of $350. These are open,
st .frte'vrious terioadvnaeisuhasrs hti o rdae fay colo odthe ones previously scheduled for Ibe very light in the League' build- r ises, and the fundamentals of
tems snorfrs ta, aio e ap heqesinthr yuarI sanig.Fiday and Saturday nights. the ing. Last week, hwever, there chorus work, Miss Strauss has an-
Geib; junior first team, Helen he popsthelquetionsthrerousaeotandrg.ipsplay will open on Friday anid Sat- were several days in which every ounced. Members are requested
Mor;spooefis!em rn all set for the wedding, pplicationsphoforefscholarshiFran urday nights at 8:30 and on Satur- available room in the League build- to bring bathing suits, and to be
ces Byard; freshman first team, The other color extreme, black, is ;must be made early, by FebruaryI day afternoon at 3 o'clock. {ing had been reserved.Ipomtin tedne
*Louise Peterson. Motley (juniors also very popular for evening wear -15th at the latest. Miss, Grace E. prompt _nattendance.
and enirs)Adeine owa; sph-this season. The new form-fitting{ Richards of the office of the advis- ---_______
tomoescntamMadagnt gowns are especially stunning in ers of women will be glad to inter- 14SUHMI'SRE
'freshman second team,° Audry Cal: black. Black velvet sheath-like view any women who are interest- TLPOE47
lender. Managers for the second frocks, moulded to the knee, tiare ed in these opportunities.
teams are: Motley, Charlotte Good-';IIIINIIIIIIII1~llllllilllil11111IAIIIII~I~illllll:
rich; sophomore, Susan Manches-=
ter, and freshman, Barbara Burk- G ood year s
hardt. I
*PREFER COFFEE Colg F sin
tlTO OVER-EATING ,IL olee ahin
NOovereating causes much more Ia
i nju ry than tea- and coffee-dink-'" A re on an
king, according to a statement made 15 n a
'by Dr. Hugh A. McGuigan, head of {-t 4ii Ij: A lownc
!thdeatetothrpuisn"'"the medical school. of the Univer- A l o w nc
"sity of. Illinois.
NHe quoted the results of experi -Wevfodtht'esprertebte"i
ments made by Professor Hollings - Wth e'rue forpusnbu that resoer the beer"enis-
-worth of the department of psy- h uefrcaps uIhtovrteweed
c* hology ait Columbia university in -y everyone dresses ancd. act like a debutante. We.
- swhich a number of students were' U' in44 lUrn a smlin have all these college right clothes and simply ,
- ie pcaldesfr4 dy .. fla o lvn'e's.eies ii I wont allow them to cost any more than the aver
Sstudents were divided" into two I age colee girl (or, er "fond paet)ca
4groups, to one of which was given' j Ioes wardrobe inludes g parents) can- 4
0citrated caffeine and to another'-4 wD ac l~c afford.
J only sugar and milk. It was found W tcO1,, ''Oi BLOUSES of soft colored crepes wdit
' that caffeine increased both speed o iteesin ncklies ndsoe it sor
sand accuracy in the solution of in 7/iecowA,. hove ?nleestind neckyliesow son5.e5with sh.r0
- tellectual problems and that ther e sloeet advpeky bws.a5.95onda6.50
was an increase of ability in calcu - Ie3c wcl i SWEATERS that do double time
tl~ations. The stimulation began': warms and smart. $3.50 to 10.50.
about one hour after taking the{rI
,caffeine and lasted several hours. SKIRTS that have a longer line without
HoweerDr.Me~uganpoitedbeing awkward. $7.50 to 1050.

out, "It is not advisable to consume II-= II
-, either tea or coffee in amounts =- LEATHER JACKETS that are favorites
-, which represent 'mre than five O &r for sports and campus wear1.50s.
grains of caffeine." -Six grains pro-.;xpr16N..i
Pduced restlessness and unsteadi- .E.L!B E IRTY AT MAY IV A R4 a-
ness. The usual cup of tea or cof- IE III M withouhFx/rdvi erce.
r, fee is said to contain on an average I=~-
'of 1.5 g'ains of caffeine. :IIIIIIIiilllilfflttllliIIlllllll~ I ilIIIII I UIf11111
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