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)"" 'T"HE MICHI N

DAILY

ings Countess Tolstoy to Lecture Here on Februa

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Practice Basketball Games
Start Season Tournaments,

LACE DOMINATES IN FORMAL MODE
WHITE, CHARTROUSE ARE POPULAR

Length Slightly Shorter Than
Fashion of Previous

Raab, Charlotte Moss, and Pauline Season.
Wilson. I ______
Juniors are Jean Bentley, Jean By B. A. C., '34.
Berridge, Dorothea Boger, Florence Formal wear continues to retain
Bonesteel, Jean Botsford, Helen a'note of luxuriance though in a
Brenner, Annette Cummings, Paul- somewhat more modified form than
ine Eilber, Rebecca Gaber, Lela
Hendricks, Elizabeth Ladd, Sarah was noted earlier in the season.
Lewis, Genevieve Lawson, Clara Gowns which trail the floor are
Grace Peck, Ann Perkovitch, Louise , now definitely those of last season,
Peterson, C a t h e r i n e Rentschler, with the exception of those few
Gladys Schroeder, Laura Sommers, which are exaggerated in the form.
Alice Stryker, Ruth Unsworth, of trains. The length which has the
Eleanor Wartley, D. Clark, Eliza- most popularity at the present time
beth Nelbrich, Louise Nagelboort, A. is that which just clears the top
Roach, Elizabeth Hoffmeyer, Lean-i of the heel, allowing the sandal
ora Kingston, and Virginia John-
tn

Seniors Selected.
Seniors chosen are Emily Bates,
Frieda Boerfig, Rosalyn C a l'e y,
Dorothy Felske, Betty Garder, Ag-
nes Graham, Betty Healy, Evelyn
Jones, Ella Korby, Dorothy Litzen-
berger, Esther Loucks, Betty Lou-
d e n, Esther LaRowe, Marjorie
Smith, Gladys Timson, H e 1 e n
Townsend, Margaret Weston, Vir-
ginia Olds, Vivian Bull, L. Connell,
Geraldine Grover, L e n a Hartz,
C a t h e r i n e Robinson, Margaret
Friedrich, Winifred Hartman, Ber-
tha Desenberg, Dorothy Elsworth,
Brinley, Violet Canber, Faul, Doro-
thy Lane, and Ruth Miller.
Juniors and seniors will play on
Tuesday and Thursday. Freshmen
and sophomores will play on Mon-
day and Wednesday. Practice will
be from 4 to 5:30 o'clock. Everyone
is urged to be on time.
Intercollegiate competition in
rifle began yesterday and the first
of the firing series must be com-
pleted this week. Michigan is op-

BRYN MAWR GIVES
Annual Fellowship to Be Offered
to Graduate Women
Students.
Bryn Mawr, college for women in
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, is offer-
ing its annual fellowships to grad-
uate students Anyone who has
completed at least one year of work
after receiving her first degree isI
eligible.,
The fellowships amount to $850.
Resident fellows pay the usual
charge of $770 for tuition, board,
room rent, infirmary fee leaving
$80 to be used in any way the hold-
ers desire.
Fellowships are being offered this,
year in biblical literature, biology,
chemistry, economy and politics,
education, English, geology, Ger-
man, Greek, history, history of art,
Latin, mathematics, physics, philo-
sophy, and romance languages.
Applications must be received by
March 1, and should be made to
the Dean of the Graduate School
in Bryn Mawr. The applications
must be accompanied by the follow-
ing information: a complete official
form of the student's academic
record;. letter of recommendation
from deans, professors; and others
qualified to testify as' to scholar-
ship; and catalogues of colleges at-
tended carefully marked to show
courses taken and time devoted to
each.

beneath to be displayed to best
advantage.
White, continues to be dominant
in the present mode. A white satin
gown with a very low decolletage
in the back and cut relatively high
in the front was made without any
ornament, excepting the small
rhinestone buckle at the waist.
The wrap worn with it was decid-
edly unusual and attractive.
The central portion of the wrap
was of satin, but the huge collar
of soft mink, and the wide strip
of this same fur around the bottom
alnost completely concealed the
white satin. It was very long, fall-
ing almost to the bottom of the
dress.
Shoulders are preferably cover-l
ed in the newer mode, and cowl
necklines and miniature cape ef-
fects tend to replace the narrow
shoulder straps of former seasons.
Lace, however, is the most recent
addition to the list of materials
most in demand for formal wear,
and promises to be the most popu-."
lar. According to all reports from
Paris and New York, lace is the
most in evidence among those who
follow fashion's latest dictates.
Lace in pastel shades is lovely.
Onei of interest which recently at-
tracted our attention was of a del-
icate chartrouse angel-skin lace.'
The neck-line was cowl, front and
back, and hung in a more than us-
ually wide fold, making a band
pver the shoulders. The bodice was
plain, and cut on slender lines.
The skirt long, and full. There was
no belt, the only fastening or or-
nament of any kind being found in
the flat tailored bow at the right
of the waist-line. .

SPORTS PRUGRkl N
Activities in Swimming, Bo
and Ping-Pong to Take Fc
of Tournaments.
Announcement of the ten
plans for the second indoor
son program was made yeste
The three major indoor acti
which will be offered for to
ment play are swimming, bov
and ping-pong.
The swimming activities w
run similar to last year. Four
houses will be assigned for
night. The participants will c
fy for the final meet accordi
the time it takes them to cori
the event. The entries will I
dividual and not by houses.
best sixteen entrie in each
will be eligible to compete i
finals. As many entrants fronm
house may enter as want to
Houses will be notified lat
to the rules governing the to
ments. Contrary to last year,
will be a bowling tourney.
who wish to enter the ping
section may sign up on the bu
board at the athletic buildi
Barbour gymnasium. The
pong tournament will be ru:
a tennis competition. The pl
to have singles, but if any
wants to enter doubles, Err
ments-will be made.
Organization of the various
naments is being done this
Independents who wish to p:
any of these sports may sig
and see Miss Hartburg at Ba
gymnasium. Any informatio
garding the competitions m
obtained from Miss Hassinge
swimming, Miss Zentler for
ing, and Miss Hartwig, ping-

posing the University of
this week.

Wyoming

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Following is today's
of chorus rehearsals for
ior Girls' Play:

schedule
the Jun-

Chorus 6 in committee room.
Chorus 8 in Cave.
4:30 O'clock.
Chorus 4 in committee room.
Chorus 5 in Garden room.
Women are requestedto be
prompt and tardiness will be
counted in determining the final
cast.

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how ar you and Dad?
Call the folks once a week While you
are at school. You will enjoy visiting
with them and getting the news from
horne.
Long Distance rates are surprisingly
low. The following representative rate
a r 9 f o r D a y Station-to-Station calls
(three minutes conversation). Evening
and night rates are still lower.

Ann Arbor to:

IONIA..... . .... $ .65
SAGINAW.. . ...........60
BATTLE CREEK . .......60
LANSING.................45
HILLSDALE...............45
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