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II P 1330 Junior Girls' Play are:
UNIV FE'LLOWS DPSi ; os' T'1w ne' i () ahis girl t ~o -1-11(P;,fpvlc tin for Re-ikduc-1
1 ; adeon Adru, Rttlt13stbit., 01( 1 t.ic~.tz'i tito make ~ca bridne
Ms'Alexander Rutliven OetsBenlso, FraniceS s b ie, Mit'ainnihl of the reC'PUij'(" year.RCC!V 9
H-one for First Time l Brock, Mary Gay von Boeselager,I Giving and receiving bids may MEALS REMAIN UNIFORN4tV
Since Occupancy. Frances Buten, Charlotte Butler.; be the solution for this sudden:___
______Julia May Conlin, Georgina Dens-- rush on the Library. The question, Room rent in the Martha Cook.
I MISS HAYES ALSO TALKS K more, Mildred Drinkanzs, Margaret! *'Where to tonight?" invariably! Bet sey lDarbour, and Helen New-i
IEaman, Helen Joy Eberly, .ie brings forth the reply, "Library. drioiswllb asdt
Edington, Bernice Endlich, Alice( Date Study? Of course. And yet berrydomorewllbrue t
Mrs. Sunderland Directs Local!I Estabrook, Margaret Fox, Lillian ?we somnetimels wonder. Ail emlinenti $105 a scemester, the price to be
Fenstermacher, Marin Ferency. ;lISYch()h9ist 0once said, "'Thie oft-t charged i the neCw Mosher-JordanI
AA. U.W Campaign Helen Gay Mr!, Marion. Gimminy, Mar-les You glance up f'tromi a brook oiln Hall, it was decided at a joint ses-j
for Fellowship .Fund. I garet Gray, Louise Greenberg, Junw hich Youar trying to concen- sign of the boards of the dormi-
- ~--- I Hakes, Dorothy Hall, Grace Ha-ltatL c, the surer you can be that you'tories held Th ursday in the Michi-
"Fellowships, National and Inter- ilton, Virginia H-anlon, AudreY -are a high grade nmoroa." In view gan League building.
inationa'l" was the topic of an ad- Haver, Virginia Hos± 2, Jane Flow- ,1iof his fa~ct the name of the library1 Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, Dean
dress given by Dr. Irma Voigt, rMr aznaMr ~.n J hould be chang ed to the "Moron Erteritus, presided at the sleeting,
Kenan, Ruth Kelsey, Svlvia Klein, Hangout." and President; Ruthyen addressed
Dea o Wme a OioUnvesiyI atieKrye Irma Kropp, Helen Last night I joined the big: the board asking the cooperation
before members of the Ann Arborl Krueger. par ade, and went to the Library to of the dormitories with the new,
branch of the American Associa-! Agnes Lally, Dorothy LeMire, stdy. Anyhow, I decided that the' unit to be opened in December,
Lio ofUniersty ome, yste- IBeatrice Loomis, Joy Lincoln, Alice :Next time I went I would go early 1030. The question of the change
Lio ofL~nverityWomn, estr-Lynch, Ruth Marshall, Helen Mait-1 d take my lunch so that I would in price of -room rent in' the two1
clay afternoon when Mrs. Alexan- thews, Catherine McColl, Anna' ' sure of a seat. It was almosti smaller dormitories, Adelia Cheever!
der G. Ruthven opened her home Moll, Marianna Paddock, Clara11' 'ike the Michigan on a Sunday' House and Alumnae House was!
for the first time since their occu-I Parkinson, Sally Patterson, Leliar a iilit: discussed and referred to the boardsI
pancy to about 200 women of the: Renehan, Ann Robb.I As I gazed around, I felt the class of. those houses for decision. The
association.I Evelyn Scharff', Nelda Scherer. liverages mounting higher and price of board, $7 a week, will be
"Temilo dlarflowhpElla Schncidemai n, Emy Lou higher and my chances of getting 1 uniform in all the houses as it has
fudinm blif i tebigetSmith,; Josephine Smith, Mary ulirough growing slimmner and been. in the past.
I Stuart, Ernestine Wagner, Ruth' limmer. And then before I had Bulletins describing M^,osher-Jor- ,
prjctta wmna gop Weller, Catherine Wentworth, Mar- accomplished anything, the place; dan Hall are now available at the
have ever undertaken," avered Dr. I:
Voigt while tracing the idea of ionWhliting, Marian Williston, Dor- 1practically rose and moved out in a± Adviser's Office. and applications
ijaionl ad ntenatonl fllo~:othy Wilson, Elizabeth Wood, Eli- body. For awhile I had quite a( for residence there for the year
atipna fronit inepntionain 1923oat or Wortley. P.;ime figuring it out. 1930-31 are being received.!
a world conference to its present) I -______ #

t and
A specialty for
Prompt s ervice. . Ixpericyut-rd o,,-'
Cratov's.. itimle'ratc r te .
The shingig symbol
of bcthrothail.


The Silh ou ette,
Silvers t
50 0 5



Perfect gems for 'Ile -iancve
in any getting.. $50 up


' Gorgeous
o ~ *IOto 500

tat~ius. It was not munti UVat, a
national meeting of the *A. A. U. W. {
that the plan was approved in this.,
country. ,;-
"The bright graduate woman
who is anxious to go further into;
the field of science, education,
health, or research is still a b)it ofI
an oddity and there arc not as!
many chances given her as she de-!
serves. Trherefor~e the purpose of
phis campaign is to be able to grant
$1500 to every fellow of the A. A.
U. W." Dr. Voigt concluded by say-
ig that these fellowships are sym-
bolic ~f the growth and strength
of the association.
Miss Mercy Hayes, state chair-
inan of the funid, exlplaine(I Michi-.
Ban's status in the campaign by
saving that of -the $30,000 quota, ,
$3,615 has been contributed. She
thanked the Ann Arbor group for!
their recent donation of $500. /
Refreshments were searved the! hA
guests by memnbers of the newly or--
~anized group...of arecent gra(tIuatc ,,7 {-
' i-ose whbo lpoured were: Mrs. Jun-
ius Bea}, Miss Mary A. Goddard, ofEI \x>.
~psilahtti State Normal College,
and Mrs. Dean W. Myers. Mrs.!
gdson Sun1derland, local chairman
of the fund, had charge of the pro-
gramn for the day and Mrs. Louis arispeidnrsdd.
Recordls of the physical ecluca-;
Lion departmen lt of the Texas Statec1-----~
College for Womaen, indicate that 4
}die age of the average college uen-
cderclassman ha lvs increcased. Last
year the age of the average student
examined by health instructors was
a little over 18 years.' -

"1-HOP' Fashions
The Silhouettes of 1930



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A sillisuette that makes the
-- . slender figure say, "We were
made for echd otlher" ! And
fl(oes more to snake the latrge
figure seem slender than any
fashion of recent yecars. ,A
k r. silhouette that emphasizes the
natural grace of the figure-
with waistlines where they"
ought to be-with skirts ankle
length for evening. A mode
U. ~with the charm of by oine
years -- strictly ttiodcrn---e4s.
pecially as it is presented hic
in our spring fashions. Visit
} our French Room and se-
try on, the inatn lovely gowns
for "after six."
from $29.50 up
Lingerie too, is following the "Jlies of the*
silhonette. They are beautiful, gracefutllid
_feminine. Froin $2.98 aid tip:
Lovely white moire slippers to accompany
the white evening gown. Or~ to be dyed to
natch 'a colored one. From $8.00 and up.
Costume jewelry should be a color accent.
For instance , a black gown worn with crystal
earrings and necklace is lovely. From $1.00
aund up.
A dainty, handkerchief to match ones gown
completes the perfect ensemble. Dainty
chiffon with lace for instance. From $1.50
and up.


Weds.. . MM\'@1A:

Thc Parrot
yolu On the
nlight.' cf.
the J-Hop.




With these im'portant sicia
affairs just around the corner,
Miss Fashion has been plans

B reakf asts
in the
C l(('(T


Graceful gowns with long,
sweeping linesi modes dis-
tinctly different from those
of past seasons . . . ones that
i - ~tend t make, the woman of
today a subtle, sophisticated
creature with new charm. I
this - veritable array of femi-
nine frocks,° every one. will
be able to find most wearable
1 ~versions of this new move.
e i;ng wraps. . dose-
fittig wrap =ro d M o d e 1 s
which are so iot nttot

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