THURSDAY, MAY 1,1930. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ILVAT I U WAMM
STYLE SHOW WiLL
Campus Women Are Chosen
to Model New Spring
TEA WILL BE SERVED
Elizabeth Corn '30 Has Charge
of Program for Afternoon
All plans have been completed
for the presentation of the style
show sponsored by W. A. A. in con-
nection with the sport's campaign.
It is to be held tomorrow after-
noon at 4 o'clock in the ballroom
of the League building. Peck and
Peck, of Detroit, are showing fifty
models, which have been chosen by
the committee in charge as repre-
sentative of appropriate sports
wear for campus women. The fol-
lowing are the campus women who
were chosen to model because of
their ability to wear sports clothes:
Mary Shields, '32, Margaret Harri-
son, '32, Kathleen Suggs, '30, Vin-
celle Bartlett, '31, Donna Jones, '32,
Harriet Trowbridge, '30, and Herma
Thomas Roussel, manager of the
Detroit'store of Peck and Peck, who
is helping with the plans for the
style show, said, "We are more than
glad to co-operate in every way
with W. A. A. in their campaign.
More and more the trend of style
is leading to appropriate sports and
tailored dresses for the business and
college day. So many people have
the erroneous idea that all this plea
for sports clothes on the campus
means that they are to sacrifice
individuality and appear for classes
In middies end skirts. Style is what
one wishes to make it. The women
of America are gradually coming to
a plasce where they are the leaders
in fashion notes. It is the well!
dressed sportswomen of .our sport-
loving country, that has brought us
to this enviable position. There is
no one who has more of a chance
to show her good taste and individ-
uality than you university women,
by your choice of campus cloth-
ing," he concluded.
Elizabeth Corn, '30, is in charge of
all arrangements for the afternoori,
which includes the style show fol-
lowed by tea.
Wednesday, May 7
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nd By Belle . Ilines and does not accentuate thej L L
Fun and frolic are threatening natural waistline of the wearer. The j
to undermine the more serious!
things of life these last few weeks "tuck" occurs vertically and in mul- Second of Faculty Readings'
of the year. The "nip and tuck" of tiplicity, confining the fullness of Series Will be About
our 'scholastic average is only the silk from square shoulders, and S
equaled by the same state in our permitting it to flare from the Berkley Square'.
eveingfashions. Coutouriers off
evening knees to the uips of toes, clad in! AFFAIR IS OPEN TO ALL
silver and blue crepe opera pumps,
which appear only at flying inter- Square" will be the
Paris has always displayed a subject at the second one of the
fondness for intricate seamings, faculty readings series which will
shown by its dependence entirely be presented by Mr. Earl Fleisch-
upon them as an indiyidual touch
in these straight up and down lines. man at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
They have architectural value, like in the Grand Rapids Room of the
the ribs in a Gothic ceiling, being League building.
not only decorative but structural. The first reading of the series was
They are used effectively and in Theen by Prof. o. J. Campbell on
charming simplicity to handle;g\e yPo.0.J apelo
kir that at ih up, mold April 27. Professor Campbell con-
into a long line, and break out then trasted the Victorian love lyrics
below in billows of godets and with those of the modern day, us-
pleats. Youth has taken a sudden ing as references "The Ordeal of
fancy toward appearing in these Richard Fevere," and "Children of
classical gowns done in navy blue or Darkness." He pointed out the two
all-white chiffon, while pale pink, extremes taken- by each period in
blue, and bright off-shades of green literature, the idealistic Victorian
are in high favor. with the practical modern, con-
Simplicity in the majority of cluding the informal talk with the
these frocks is notable for the com- I suggestion that, in future ages, a
plete absence of trimming or or- happy medium may be struck be-
namentation, but Paris jewelers , tween these extremes.
have invaded the field of modern . Tea will be served after each
art and produced pins, bracelets, reading program by the House
I and necklaces that resemble illus- committee of the League building
trations from a geometry book, in and all students are invited.
9 I bright faceted and baquette stones,
which offset severe lines. Delta Zeta and Sigma
Delta Omicron Initiates 'Kappa Prove Winners
Five at League Building' Two baseball games were held
yesterday afternoon at Palmer
Xi chapter of Delta Omicron held Field. Delta Zeta played Gamma
a formal initiation ° for five new Phi Beta at 4 o'clock and was vic-
members at 4 o'clock last Sunday Itorious, winning by a score of 20 to
'afternoon in the Alumnae room of 18. At 5 o'clock Martha Cook play-
Sthe League building. ed Sigma Kappa. This game Sig-
the exclusive style houses even go A formal musicale, given by the ma Kappa took by a score of 9
so far as to label these "nip and initiates, preceded the initiation to t. Schedules for the following
tuck" dresses "Greek", and sell ceremony, which was followed by a games will be announced later
them in quantities to the very banquet.
young and very slender. Those initiated were Eunice Kra- Divorce by letter or telegram is
The "nip" of the illustrated mod- mer, '31SM, Holland, Norma Bach- now possible in Mexico at a cost
el, a design done in midnight blue elman, Napoleon, Dorothy Kelsey, of about $2,000. These divorces
crepe morocain by Mirande, takes '31SM, Oakland City, Ind., Geral- are granted for "mental cruelty"
the form of a belt of crystals, dine Snelling, '32SM, Fowler, and and are valid in the United States
strung on elastic, which merely out- Mrs. Albert Rousseau, Ann Arbor. ( and France.
PLAYS BY MORSELLI AND RATTI
ARE REVIEWED BY MRS. JORDAN
"Ercole Morselli, a young Italian When he leaves, he promises to re-
who was wounded in the World War turn to marry her. From there he
and died shortly thereafter, hasgoes to Circe's island, where he is
written only one thmg which has enchanted. In one scene the three
been published," began Mrs. Myra Fates sit, and sing, and cut their
B. Jordan, Dean Emeritus. "It is one . threads. Glauco sees them proph-
of the most promising things done esy the death of the maiden, and
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