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January 28, 1932 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-01-28

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G Green, Moire, Vivid Blues With and this vivid blue, and earringsImmigration Policy, Municipal Jane Addams, founderof Hull
Government~ Considered House in Chicago, says:
F OR C liD R US UiTi Black, and Grey Combined which were a combination of tiny' TA P L F j L Gmm ron i rid Jane n s, fnys:
blue and black beads, made a fit- "It seems to pie nothing Could
Effectivel. tin complement to the dress. Important Issues, be so important for women's or-
O S--E~5 A more formal afternoon dress oMarthaenook, and Kappa Alpha ganizations at the present moment *Doroth
yMawas one of black velvet. The bodiceI Theta Lse Quarter-Finals as a study of the entire system of
Five o'clock frocks and the more was very plain, and the long, full social and political leaders, have social insurance as it has beenf
Dance Chairmen Will Instruct forrival afternoon dresses continue skirt was hung from a tight-fit- of Cage Tourney. expressed their opinions which ap- worked out in various countries
fo~latrondesscn ingr was-ad hung foma tightft-e___eared recently in an article in the throughout the world.
Chorus Practices in to be more richly designed and or- ng waistand. The feaure appa Delta will play Jordan "Woman's Home Companion, re-
.dress which immediately caught KpaDlawl lyJra "I believe that the issues of the Electio
League. namented than those of former ou attention was a yoke of rhine- Hall in the finals of the intram- garding the coming presidential next campaign will turn upon eco-
IS seasons. The Sunday night frock stones, which followed the rather ural basketball tournament as a campaign. nroo ic realities. First in importane .semester
PROMPTNESSss-NEEDED and the five-o'clock frock are used high neck-line. The yoke didn't result of the semi-final games play- Acyordent o Mount Hook s the depression," states Cornelia ell Hall
on many occasions, and have be- stop at the shoulders, though, but ed yesterday afternoon. Runners- Colle he most important issues Bryce Pinchot, wife of the Gover-g H
Leads Will Meet EveryNight;coevr popular. 'continued on over them, in theedysray ftno.Rues-Clgthmstiptntius nor of Pennsylvania. organiza
y come very form of tiny sleeves., I ups were Kappa Alpha Theta and which ought to manifest them- . In the opinion of Mrs. Harrison Officer
Room to Be Announced Green moire was effectively used The sleeves weren't the usual Martha Cook dormitory. Finals will selves in the campaign are those in Parkman, editor of the Kansas Dorothy
Later. with black in a frock which we saw kind of sleeves, either. They were be played at 4 o'clock Friday, Jan. regard to the immigration policy, Federation Magazine, employment Dorothy
Srecently. The dress was -cut on formed by three tiers of the rhine- 2, at Barbour gymnasium. law enfocement, and mucipal opportunities is an important ques- Barbara
hearsal schedule for the frsttlong, slim lines, and came yalmost stone, beaded material. The belt The first game played was be. tions be Boni
k asto the ankle. The small set- yoke at the waist was a very narrow one, te Kappa Delayd Ka A- TAse of Ame oeo s he ce
veek of chorus and cast activities across the front and back of the and was fastened by a small rhine- 1tween Kappa Delta and KappaA A.theFore
or the 1932 Junior Girls' Play have bodice was of black. The sle'ves stone buckle. pha Theta, the score being 29 to 18. men. In th opinion of all, the next Posit'a
een announced. This is only for too, were of tlack and extended Another afternoon dress which It was a rough game with many to Gve Benefit Tours political campaign will be one of by Dorol
he first week of practices which m te en Instead hinted at a spring-like note was of foul s byth teams. The rs the most important of the era. Barbara
ling puffed, as many -sleeves are a soft, pearlgryFolwnthv were enthusiastic as was the largeDoth
ire to start Feb. 15 and continue nowadays, they were tight-fitting 'cler gray. Following the v crowd which watched the game. Opening Concert Is Presented Dorothyi
hrough Feb. 21. from the shoulder to the strange Elizabeth Cooper, '34, and Emily in Capital.T c
According to Miss Harriet Bra- little stand-up suffs. eending down the bodice fro Bates,'32, were high point scorersC THIRTEENTH CHILD Bn
:er, director, promptness is very Vividblues, when used in com- finely worked embroidery in all the for Kappa Delta,scadng ten bask- WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. - (P) -
mportant and will count as much come even more vivid by contrast r pastel shades. The sleeves were ets each. Alice Goodenow 34, x- Ignace Jan Paderewskis five con- Washerwoman Raises Orphans BUS
gainst the tryouts as attendance. 'A black dress with a yoke of blue, formed by bands of the same grey certs for the benefit of ,America's
sikwihwsvrfnlguard. For Kappa Alpha Theta uepoe ilb h mnn and Pet-Dogs. A
Folowing :s the schedule of the was interestingly made, and was Tih waiti was e nedy a Virginia Watson, '32, was high pyt m n
horus rehearsals: CHORUS 1. Sat- trimmed by the use of drawn-work e wie eltwashich accented by a point man. Clara Grace Peck, '34, pianist's eloquent gesture of good
yliaru% rewillstowardHaRcountryt-whichmcameyLEXeNGTONfN.awC.,oJan.ery TheIwaiWomen
trdy at 5 o'clock in committee around the neck-line, and the edges in a large flat bowin the back, and Gale Sterling, '35, cooperted will toward a country which came LEXINGTON, N. C., Jan. 27.-(
+Uiwii nt=: T~anx~a, sa, 21t;.,,"" I+UfVVQ of ,11 n uge T'aa abtw m 17henb-ck. mopsav -vllai f ,narlioathe thedaidof hss onnssricenkone n rs. WillammTP narri fm +mrnn.

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