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rTHU! SDAY, APRITJ 10. lfi3O

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ULTRA-FEMININE AC
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AND HELE[-N DBOMINEI
CHOSEN DELEGTS>
Official' Representatives Are
Selected for National/
AC. A. C. W. Meeting.
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WILL "B HEED IN APRIL!
Unlimited Number of Unofficial
Delegates May Attend
Conference.t
Helen Domine, '31, president-
elect of the Women's Athletic asso-
ciation, and Margaret Ohlson, '30,
interclass basketball manager, ha,
been selected as official delegates
of, W. A. A. to the Athletic confer-
ence of American College Women,
which is to be in Ann Arbor April
24 25, and 26.
- Because the conference is taking
place at Michigan, there are to be
no unofficial delegates appointed.

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CCESSORIES VIE |A|J|( fl(( D"| ROBERT FROST GIVES DISCUSSION
APPAREL INMODEUVIL ULlILU OF TOURISM, POETS, AND WRITING
cheek, 'where a small jutting bow Efl By Iielen Barc. it; and the rest? It is-farming.
adds an individual touch. The clas- Li li f0HU 0 "A visitation of style' - the "Solidity to the metaphor one
sic simplicity, the beautifully drp- summoning of a mood-" said Rob- can gain by work with the hands,"
ed effect make it perfect to be worn he said. "And so I had farming
with the smart flat fur scarfs. i Women Interested in Political ert Frost in interview last night," and shoemaking."
Soft, casual, and feminine is the Events May Spend Summer that is something I do not believe The poet rose abruptly, waved
bunch of chiffon flowers, to the in Switzerland. in. But a poet must never write good luck, and was driven away
delicacy of which women still cling. listessly. in a fast motor.
The Easter ensemble of soft silk SPONSOR PROJECT HERE "People are the same every- -
which accentuates trailing lines.SO R where," he continued. "I live in GLEE CLUB GIVES
falls into the category of dress- Since 1925 an unusual opportu- Vermont because I've found the
maker suits, which nsist upon a .kind of a house I like-of stone, SPRING CONCERT
dressy note and a hint of coquetry.. nity has been granted to about 20 and on a farm. Tourism, oCE
The straight wrap-around coat, of representative American college American kind of traveling, all of--
seven-eights length, with an amus- women from various parts of the it is against poetry; it is the im- Arrangements are now being
ing tie-like scarf, wants an equally country to spend a summer in mediacy, the things that are there made for the Spring concert to be
smart touch on its sleeve through Geneva, Switzerland. Dean Emeri- that on one else knows-that given by the Uni'versity Girls' Glee I
the medium of the posy. tus Myra B. Jordan, is active in amounts to something. An only club at 8:15 Saturday night, May 3,
Sport things are not to be out- creating interest among Michigan reason for going abroad is to get in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
done in this picture. The illustrated women in this project. a little pull of homesickness--Go The Cincinnati Girls' Glee club will
gloves are of cotton pique, an in- The Geneva group is under the abroad to see your own country!" be the guest of the local club at this
novation of spring styles. They are auspices of Mrs. Elbert F. Baldwin, "Skilpping around the sciences time and will participate in the
often made of the same material who, upon realizing the signifi- is tourism,"' he said. "You don't program.
as the blouses or collars and cuffs, cance of Geneva as a radiating get anywhere with the stuff. Ar--( The Glee club is making exten-
which accompany dark tailored center of influence along many tists, like traveling, must be against sive plans for the entertainment of
suits of woolen texture, lines, organized a group of women poetry-are a ban-are sometimes C the Cincinnati women, and will
who were ianxious for a wider too shallow and far away from hold a reception following the con-
Plans for Campaign knowledge of world affairs. things." cert..I
The 1930 Geneva group will travel 'Experimenters are sacrificing," The following committees have
Discussed at Party to Europe in student third class he continued. "You k rjo w, one been appointed by the president to
accommodations, and after spend- of the ways to solve a geo- take charge of the concert: tickets,
ing a few days in Paris will pro- metry problem is to try ex- Lucille Beresford, '31, chairman,
Discussion on the further plans ceed to Geneva, where they will tremes to get at the principles in- Betty Campbell, '30, Rachel Rem-
of the Sports Clothes campaign live in small groups in the homes volved. For the sake of finding sey, '30, and Josephine Timberlake,
was held at the party given yes- of Swiss families. underlying influences, that i's what '32; housing, Marjorie McClung, '31,
i L e c t u r e s, discussion groups. the experimental school is doing. chairman, Lucile Lough, '32, Eliza-
by trips into the Alps, recreation, "My doubt is what their place beth Ulrich, '30, and Lucy Keegs-
sociation at Palmer Field house. ( teas, and opportunity to meet I would be in history," said Mr. tra, '31; advertising, Katherine
The ideas discussed were an exhi- members of the League of Nations Frost. "But that sort of work do! Purrill, '30, chairman, Olive Stroh-
bition tennis match to be follow- will occupy the time of the studer one good; it shows in afterwor, Imeyer, '30, and Dorothea Torbeson,
ed by a tea, a skating carnival, group while in Geneva. It i's a scaffolding." '32; entertainment, Emily Bates,
similar to one held a few years ago, "The University of Michigan has Upon the relation of his teach- '32, chairman, Ruth Weiler, '31,
and a water carnival in which the never been represented in this ing to writing Mr. Frost said: Eugiene Chapel, '31, Martha Cogs-
various houses would enter can group, and it is my desire th "I never let the art of writing hall, Willepa Kalmbach, '32, and
canoe women students here should take into the actual writing. A good fifth, Elizabeth Thompson, '30.
floats appropriate to the occasion- advantage of this opportunity," j of what I finish is educational, in Tickets for the concert will bell
Also, announcement was made of said Mrs. Jordan. I matter if one knew how to read placed on sale this week.
the fashion show to be given by -

On the contrary, any one who is
interested in A .C. A. C. W. may at-
tend the open meetings, the discus-
sions, and the luncheon and ban-
quet. The regular convention fee
will be dispensed with, and only
the meals will have to be paid for.
by'the women.
Only the closed meetings are for
official delegates only. However,
whenever a closed meeting is sched-
uled, either an open meeting or dis-
cussion is planned for unofficial
delegates.
Plans for the Thursday session
of the conference include two open
meetings - and a round-table dis-
cussion for unofficial delegates,
while the others will take place in
the first closed meeting. Friday'
morning is to bc taken up by di's-
cussion groups, while in the after-
noon there will be an open meet-
ing, then a closed meeting, and a
round table discussion, occuring
simultaneously. Saturday will begin
with an open meeting, to be follow-,
ed by the iinal closed meeting at
which officers of A. C. A. C. W will
be elected.I
MICHIGAN DAMES]
REVIEW STYLES
Following the regular business
meeting of the Michigan Dames
Tuesday evening in the lounge of
the Women's Athletic building,
there was a style show directed byI
Mrs. Guernsey Collins. Sport;
clothes, street clothes, tea gowns,!
formals, and negligees were mod-
eled. All of the dresses were loan-
ed by the Collins shop, the shoesJ
by the Campus Bootery, and the
sport accessories by 'Stofflet's.
During the show Mrs. Sylvia!
Marsh played the piano, and at the
intermission there was a violin
solo by Ruth Jackson and a pianoI
number by Vivian Croop. Later in I
the evening punch and wafers
were served,
Sorority Initiation Held r
Gamma chapter of Sigma Pi Ep-
silon, national honorary dental
hygienist's sorority, held formal
initiation ceremonies and a ban-'
quet on Saturday evening, April 5,1
at the League building. The follow-
ing women were taken into mem-
bership: Marcelline Stepnitz, Mi-
died Obrock, Ruth. Steiner, , Naida
Taylor, Wilma Crawford, and
Georgia Radcliffe, all special stu-
dents.

By BELLE.
Just this'n'that as the latest hints
for springtime in flashes from
Paris .
+the illustrated charmingI
fur scarf. we shoulder the mode to

achieve balance and harmony for Peck and Peck, one of the best
our long, flowing costumes through known makers of sport clothes in
a draped, widened, and beautiful the country. The show will be giv-
effect. These "dressmaker" fur en May 2 in the ballroom at the
pieces find expresdion in little capes, League building.
and are charactrued by suppleI Entertainment was presented by
loops and ends that emerge grace- women from the Junior Girls' Play,
fully. !and refreshments were served. A,
T r mi.s.inumber of women wore sport cloth-
fuhly. chai:m lies not so much Co.e oandfr nn Aror.sonb M
the studied cut or shape as in the es loaned for the occasion by Mack
way in which they are worn; soft i__
and supple, they are fashioned of I
I such pliant furs as galyak, fiat Club For Trampers
caracul, sable, and ermine, white, Organized at Ohio
black, and tawny, which are mar-! _I_
!velously adapted to being twiste"fIATanpr'Cu hsbe r
4gkyndapn c~~ A Trainoers' Club has been or-
and curved, following the neckline ganized as a branch of the Wo-
lof the wearer. men's Athletic Association at Ohio
-Each woman can arrange and State University. Its purpose is to'
fasten them as best suits her in- bring together persons who do
dividuality, governed by taste, co- things out of doors in the belief
quetry, dislike of bare lines, or ap- that exchange of ideas will be of
preciation of sophisticated close I common benefit. Groups of six or
lines. For afternoor wear the scarf eight form a unit of the club, and
i ight be effectively held in place - t a representative council meets once
a brooch that complements the col- I a month to make plans and com-
our of the ensemble or some acces- j pare programs.
sory in jewelry or trimming. Beaver,I
billette, and curly caracul are es-
pecially good for morning and, Furs and Fur Coats,
travel wear.
Agnes has executed a black an- Makeup, Repaired, Re.
telope suede cap to expose the fore- modelled and Relined
head and come down closely on onen
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L. G. BALFOUR CO.
.1121South University
FRATERNITY JEWELERS
Badges-Favors-Programs
' Corkey Stanard, Mgr.

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E. L. Greenbaum
448 Spring Street
Phone 9625

EXPERT

This Is A Smart Easter Outfit
ASTER Sunday, especially when it comes as late
as the 20th of April, is almost certain to bring
about a condition of Spring clothes fever.
For this condition, the coat with the away-from-
- the-face collar, and the tailleur are especially recom-
mended. They are fashions with a future, and are
very smart in a variety of Spring fabrics. In addition,
they are only two of many becoming Spring styles.
r EASTER HATS that everyone will be talking
abou; and wearing, are the beret and the cloche.
Both are set off the forehead to give the ;mart
surprised look, and both come in several smart
! versions. Two are sketched.
Fabrics are supple straws, felt and ribbon-this
last for berets only. $7.5. to $10.00.
BAGS of calf-envelope, pouch or over-arm.
style, are being worn with every street costume.
$2.95 to $5.00.
THE FUR SCARF with the suit is one of the
more elegant Spring fashion that discriminating
women will sponsor. Two-skin stone marten
scarf is sketched. $50.00 and up.
THE OPERA PUMP, plain or effectively trim-
med with applique, will be seen many times in
the Easter parade. The -oxford, too, is smart.
$8.50 and $9.50.
SMALL BUT IMPORTANT-Accessories will
be used to give a feminine finish to the cos-
tume. For example:
A NECKLACE is an added bit of femininity to
express individuality. $1.25 and up.
THE CLASSIC SLIP-ON GLOVES are as much
in the mode as ever. $2.95 to $5.95.
A SHEER, FULL-FASHIONED CHIFFON
HOSE to effect a neat, slim-looking ankle has a
run stop at the hem. $1.39. Annex Store
14-
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Facials and Manicures

MIRROR BEAUTY SHOP

7355

1111 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

PHONE

JUST IN TIME
FOR EASTER
Reproductions of lovely
quaint antique jewelry
at $1.35 each. Also
adorable hand-made
wool and silk bags and
purses.
LILLIAN
CCOLLETT
605 East Williams

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HATS THAT ARE DIFFERENT
Felt and Straw $3.50
Straw and Waist $5.00 and, up
Baku at $10.00 and up
Hats made to ,order $6.50 and up
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street
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THURSDAY ONLY
Special Selling
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here before Easter j
Drop in this week ands
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Millinery'
For Thursday only we are offering- a very select
group of new straw hats-some of Spring's most

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