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-- COLLECTION IN LIBRARY DEPICTS TjA PROFESSOR CARR TO PUBLISH PAPER,IAA
!REPETITION OF FASHION HISTORY' IIL fl19MWINS NEW SECONDARY LATIN PROGRAM'~~'I
biR 80 U R clltainment INSf the I changes both in the conent of the U A
maidn acopy-cat and he may ed to a badd one, the fullness ;-- ore n ntemtose-
President Rurthven Gives Address provide his own defense, but a col- cuhinwth rings of beads and Defeats Kean Normal College sciondary tchojetvsaiPof.the ployed have to be made," he con- jKatheri
ofWloea nul lection in the lobby of the library ether ornamen:ts. and Ties M n eodr col"si rf .L ie. "h University High, at
shows how fashion history repeats n11 aete e:fil;hchSae Mcia Carr, head of the department of sho scryn neprnet
Gathering. I 89cm hthisrlswic tt em sho scryngo xeiet
itself. Inhi 19th century display, were worn with nearly every stylcTeam Latin in the University High school, at, present, teaching under a new
beloniging to Mr. and Mrs Aubre'. .!of and author of a paper n the "Ne'v ~r oeott~dn fa
DEAN EFFINGEk PRESIDES of dress. Little hats had given NIC'OL S SCORE PERtFECT Program in Secondary Latin" to be ;poram whoeousanig fe- WILL
Tpli a esenmn fIeDace to polk bonnets which were published soon. In order to make trsaeasaprdcino h
Thirty Barbour scholars and fel- distinctive features of this year's wor wllovr hefae.By 127 Shooting the unusually high score! it so, however, thorough-going amounirt ofe grammartagtdrn Tre
ofn 493,OXthe woman's' rtheffrettyer, th early introduc-
lows were entertained last night at modes. of 43,tehoareefe te m o
skirts had been som'ewat nmdified te uiest f Mcha eea-to f m c es" c n etdelected
the annual dinner given for them In 1800 the high waist line and ,ii ulln~ess and the very young girl! ed the Kean Normal Colee team ELIGIBLE i , r Latin reading material, and the ex-'teW
by the Barbour Scholarshin CO M-~- long skirt predominated. The mgt now show partofhrake;wic chalked up a. 423, adte ensive use of supplementary read- to~ fill
mteintepiaednnrombelles of the time wore puffed , r, t e nle hc adte MUST PA Y DUESIing in English on topics relating toI swimmi
slitesper lae rfflsprrdlonateutdi30hengdrsroobmamethe Michigan State team, in a tri-gFrne
of the Women's League building. A;seeescpruslae onfteir ndslog mAout10 eadssb ecam angular meet held the week of Ol oe aepr the life, history, traditions, myth- ;rne
reception was held after the dinnerI gloves cuhdo hi arms. jmr and moe elaorate. Lace,' March 8. Ol oe eligible to tk atI ology and institutions of the Ro- charge
Large muffs were carried, and fur slvlefoes n vnsrw Tesoewsoeo h ihs in the Freshman Pageant need to mn. 32, will
andte vemnevetm.(trimvevedtritheth bonnets sikcontributewrs, ndthensdollar sorewhiche f willghebeiconTheue obvious whchdifficultys" oviin dwork-tyin orngig,
Dea Jon Efinerwastheresed ncrtanlyon heu wre sed Coffues were acyever recorded here, averaging bet- collected by the finance committee ing out this new program is that golf ma
toatmstr ad reidnt utve 'hic ad ose, ealsandribo wr.r than 98 for individual scores. to defray the expenses of the pag- it, calls for new typesoftx-IAlh
gave a short talk in welcoming the hoads.Snmetsleofeswete san d, twned( among miladys curls. Helen Nicol shot a perfect target, ;cant. This is in correction of the 'books, Professor Carr went on.oei
students. r eUgTig!rdWaistlines were considerably lower, .DM-igTnGa. counting 100 hits out. of 100 shots,j statement appearing Wednesday!"oeetetxbo rtr future.
gav anadres rpresenting thei From 1300 to 1813 styles became! more at the natural line, and wideI and repeating the performance ofj which stated that a]l freshmeni have not failed us ard no less thanleae
Chinese women, Sharkeshwari more extreme. Women wore elab- belts were used with sports clothes. MissLc Thdrands three weeks ago. wheter eligible or not were re- 6nwo eie ai ok o take pl,
Agha, Grad., for India, and Tomo orate capes and their hats and In the middle of the century, the Elizabeth Hatch chalked up a 99,! quired to contribute. uei h is rscn erhv of thes
Pambe, Grad., for Japan. dresses were of velvet trimmed with, bonnets were worn farther off the i Eleanor Kimball, 98; Josephine The plan which has been follow- apea h tfred since o 1924.onyerae pl mn
Th inri nanlleet lc, salsd crssoigfrm Grice, 98; Dorothy Edmands, 9, ed in previous years by the Junior are enolled in secondary Lati will co
having been' originated several: NO ~ether cheek. Shirts again became! Alie Mann, 98; and Frances Huff,; Girls' Play as well as the Freshman; than all the other foreign Ian-
years ago by the committee. This jJNO PLAY REHEIARSALS Ifuller, this time worn with hoops, 97. The five highest scores wereI Pageant will be folowed this year.! uaescobie and I feel that1
year 26i Barbour scholars and 4 Friday, March 14:1 and pantaloons hung below the; used in calculating the ttal. In addition to the contribution c if ,gsfombne
Barbour fellows attended. The 3:30-4:15, chorus A, stage. skirts of children. The sorting odtth emhswofu 10 hc smaeec e r nder this new program it ought
~mmtte iscoiipoedof rs :304:1, cors 1, Cve. I ldy or a mar4 rdin84ab T o m atebyhestraighascosndr'everwhcasomakeeapohsiearts!tobepsilfoanpulwt
Myra Beach Jordan, President 4:15-5':00, corus cusF, stage. v. yvelvet~ ,elong and atfull, diwith aitai-of;three thby deal,tidoeadls'csscivyvrylgbefeh-wthaesnberaiesfrrom
Alexander Rthven, John Effinger; 4:15-5:00, chorus G, Cave. bred coat, shirt waist, and a tallclsatityevreigbefstwthe esoberadnsfr only one. Usually as much as man woman will have an opportu-'mna ok o ar i ai which
dean of the literary college, G. Crlj 5:00-5:45, chorus C, Cave. ; silk hat. Evening dresses were off! eight or ten hours a week is put in nity to supplement this sum. with n interest and ar succeshs and to se- Wm
Huber, dean of the graduate school, 5:00-5:45, chorus E+2), stage, the shoulder, low in the neck and{ the gallery, before the satisfactory The freshman pageant has beenI cure therefrom measureable edu- hwe
and W. C. Rufus, -secretary of the 7~:00--lict I, cast and choruses, Igenerally trimmed with a garland high score for the week is reached. undertaken every year by the I ational profit," Professor Carr which
Barbour Scholarship committee, stage.,; of flowe about the shoulders. A; oe ftatcaswobgi h ttd
8._______330-Act II, cast anid chorus-! bridal costume of the time showed! More than 6,000 penny tickets I work at a mass meeting of first ---- ---- -- ------ -
Students- of the University of es stae:e the alternative of high neck and were sold recently at the Twelfth, year women shortly after the be-
Viginia eetyvtdaant es- Saturday, March 15: jlung sleeves, lined from the elbowl annual Penny Carnival sponsored, ginnin-g of the second semester. As
tablihn liberal rcnl o arts col lege for. Specialties: 'to the wrist With buttons. The by the Women's Athletic Associa- in the past, only those women whoS
women, codnt with the other 7:00- Act II, cast and chorus- capes of this period were long, corn-i tion of the University of Minnesota. are eligible for participation in the
University departments. They es, stage. spletey covering the wide sweeping The total profit of $280 doubled!I pageant will be solicited for their
presented a petition to the legisla- 3:30-Act i, cast and choruses, skirts. 'that of the receding ya otiuin
ture with twenty feet of student stage.I _" ----- -- --- ------------------ -----i-
signatures.' fwa

LA ELECT S NEW1 1
RD MEMBER
lne Koch, Emily Bates
ad Frances Beuthien
Assume Positions.
MANAGE 3 SPORTS
newv members have been
to the executive board of
=men's Athletic Association
the positions of riding,
.ng, and golf£ mnvagaers.
sBeuthien, '31, w ill tarce
of riding, Katherine Koch,
1act as manager of swi-.-
vhile Emily Bates, '32, will be
nager.
free of these activities have
mportant event in the near
The interclass-intercol-
swimming meet which, is to
ace April 8, will be the, first
ee. The spring golf tourn.a,-
nd the Pegasus Horse Show
me some time later.
NOTICE.
oking is prohibited in any
of the League building
iare marked "reserved."
m may use such rooms,
'er, until the hour for
they have been reserved.
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jacket frocks!
- ;.~nv~ .4...Wear the frock with the jacket
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-forevng supper dances._
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Ithe ms exquisite colorings=
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IN announcing the readiness of# this
big, complete showing of new milli-
nery for Spring and Summer, we feel

These Are The Blouses
For Your Suit
Because all these new spring fashions have a decided
directoire tendency, blouses are :perfect accompaniments for the
new suits and make charming costumes when worn with separate
skirts.
Blouses of fine handkerchief linen, pique, broadcloth,

assured that the curtain will rise on a
display of millinery never excelled by a
previous years showing -a fashionable millinery event
that will be remembered for its beauty, diversity and ex-
clusiveness of styles. Come and view the many new crea-
tions that have been selected from thousands of the best
:fashion ideas of France and America.
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