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February 18, 1932 - Image 5

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BRIMS ARE OUTSTANDING, STRAWS
ARE ROUGH ON NEW SPRING HATS
Felts and Turbans Tie for First I1"In many smart shops," contin-
Place in Sports !ted Mrs. Harrison, "I saw felts, but
donly for wear with sport outlts.
c} ls-One of the most striking models
was the 'touch-down' hat, with a
"Brims are the most outlstaniding two-and-a-half inch brimi with a
feature of this season's hats," said' dip over one eye. All the felt;are
Mrs. Geneva Harrison, who has just 'very tailored. Another hat worn
returned' from a trip to New York with tailored clothes is the turban
where she represented Jacobsen's of the same material. These are
millinery department. "Ruff straws being shown a great deal with the!
in bi-centennial colors are being light pastel wool crepes so popular~
featured. Most of the straws are ,for spring wear.
blue and white with a touch of red, spring wear.'?
though brown and especially black "Evening caps, both for formal
are also good. Biege shades, rose wear on the dance floor and at din-
and banana beige in particular, are ner, are very popular in New York,"
returning, and I think," she ob- stated Mrs. Harrison. "Most of them
served, "that about Easter time I are iade of mdlines matched to
these shades will be very popular." (the gowns,. though velvet and net
are also used."
MIGUIGAN DEBATES CHORUSES 2, 3, 5, 9
.. ...HOLD REHEARSALS

Fines to Be Made for Absences
and Tardiness.
Rehearsals for "No Man's Land"
will continue today with Chorus 3
meeting at 3:30 o'clock in the Gar-
den room, Chorus 2 and 9 at 4:30
o'clock in the committee room ana
Chorus 5. in the Garden room.
Attendance is compulsory and a
system of fines has been arranged
for all unexpected absences and
tardinesses. Every member 'of the
cast and choruses will be charged
two dollars and every time they are
late or tardy there will be a deduc-
tion. After the play this will be re-
turned. Any woman who is not
able to attend a rehearsal should
give her excuse before the time of
practice. to either Miss Harriet Bra-
zier or Margaret Schermack or
Margaret Smith, dance chairmen.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.-(AP)-
Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur, wife of
the Secretary of the Interior, is the
second cabinet officer's wife to pose
for a portrait by Prof. Josef Sigall,
Austrian artist.

OPEN TOWOE
Ativity Points Will Be Awarded
to All Lower Staff
, Members.
League activity points will be
Sawardedto women working on the
lower staff of th'e Michiganensian.
Sophomores and second semester
freshmen who are interested in be-
coming members of this staff, are
asked to call at the office of the
'Ensian within the next week, be-
tween the hours of 3 o'clock and 5
o'clock.
According to the system being
used this year, members of the low-
er staff will be assigned to a junior
editor under whose guidance they
will work for the remainder of the
year. At the end of their second
year of work, the most capable
woman in each department will be
selected for a junior editorship.
Work on the 'Ensian is so diversi-
fied that almost every woman in-
terested will be able to find some-
thing to her liking. Included in the
duties are typing, filing, page lay-
out, pasting of serifor panels, proof-
reading, mounting pictures,,editori-
aA writing, and art work.
"The office hours of the Junior
' editors and Women's editor are
from 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock. On Mon-
day, Adele Ewing, activities; Tues-
day Carol Savery, sororities; Wed-
nesayAileen Clark, athletics;
Thursday, Margaret Keal, features;
and Friday, Agnes Graham., Wom-
en's Editor.
Police Women Shock
Turkish Traditions'
ISTANBUL-- ((1) )-Women wear-
ing police uniforms and helmets
soon will give a new shock to old
Turkish traditions.
The Turkish republic's police laws
have just been modified to allow
admission of Turkish women to the
various forces.

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Delta Gamma ,
Delta Gammia will entertain :five
guests at a rushing dinner Thurs-
day evening. Flowers and tapers
will be used as table decoratois.
Monday night the sorority honored
Professor Ralph Aigler at dinner.
Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta will hol'd a din-
ner Thursday evening in honor of
the alumnae of the sorority who
are living in Ann Arbor.
Phi Sigma Sigra
Phi Sigma Sigma entertained
Wednesday at a semi-formal lun-
cheon in honor of Mrs. Irma Lind-
heim, Dr., Eliezer Rieger, and Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Ullian. Mrs. Lind-
heim;/the author of "The Immortal
Adventure," and Dr. Reiger, a mem-
ber of the faculty at the Jewish
College Studies connected with the
University of Chicago, are the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs: Ullian
of ,Melrose Drive, Ann Arbor.
Pi Beta Phi
The Ann Arbor Alumnae will be
honored at a dinner to be given
Wednesday evening by the members
of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Centerpieces
of spring flowers will decorate the
tables.I
Pi Beta Phi will entertain in hon-
or of Miss Doiothy Wilkinson, and
Lecture Will Be Given
By Baha'i Study Group

Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Christian at a

six o'clock dinner Thursday evening.
Kappa Delta.
A rushing dinner ,honoring six
guests will be given Thursday night
by the members of Kappa Delta so-
rority. A green and white color
scheme will be carried out in the
flowers and tapers.

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Nelson, Mrs. Litc
Miss Case Appe
Program.

MICHIIGAN' DAMES'
CONDUCT MEETING
The /Ann Arbor chapter of the
Michigan Dames held a meeting in
the. Grand Rapids room of the
League building at 8 o'clock Tues-
day night. This group meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of each
month.
The program for the meeting wasj
under the direction of the Music
section . It consisted of the' follow-
ing: Louise Palmer, violinist . ac-
companied by Mrs. Maude Okkel-
berg; and Mrs. John Johnstone in
a group of Scottish songs accom-
panied by Mrs. Jackson Sharman.,
Many new members were intro-
duced to the members. More than
90 women whose husbands are btu-
dents on this campus were present.
Refreshments were served after the
program.

Mu Phi Epsilon, national he
ary musical sorority, held a fo
musicale in the League buildir
8 o'clock last night. Louise NE
'Grad SM, pianist and Mrs. I
Littlefield, soprano, gave the
gram. Ava Comin Case, 'Spec
companied.
The receiving line consiste
Virginia M. Hamister, 'Spec
Emily Randall, '32SM, Helen
Loon, '328M,, Miss Juva Higbee,
Arthur Hackett, Mrs. Hlugo Th
Mrs. Frederick Fisher, Mrs. J
Bruce, and Miss Dorothy Pato
the tables pouring were Mrs. J
Beal and Mrs. Alfred White.
The program consisted of
tasie and Fugue,. G Minor, I
Liszt; Die Loreley, Liszt; M9
nacht, Schumann; Chanson
Noisettes, Dupont; Jardin D'Ar
Old French Arrangement by
lermoz; L'Qiseau Bleu, Dal
Fairy Tales, Medtner; Nott
Respighi; Ritual Dance of Fir
Falla; Recit. and Air from
and Aeneas, Purcell; Oh Dear
Can The Matter Be, arrange
Bax; But Lately in Dance, Are
Soft Footed Enow, Lie; and A
of Lanterns, Bantock.

FORMAL MUSt
HELD BY SOR(

World Peace-What Does It In-
crude?" is the subject to be discuss-
ed by Mrs. Bertha Kirkpatrick at
4:15 o'clock today at the League
building under the auspices of the
Baha'i Study Group in the second
of a - series of lectures given this
year.
The lecture will be given to help
further the aim of the group which
is world peace and a universal re-{
ligion.

JUNIOR GIRLS
Are Wearing Custom Made Hats.
Designed by The HAT Box a
SPECIAL!
$375
Every Hat is Made on Approval
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News rom aris
Each season brings with ij the thrill of new clothes, new colors, new ma-
terials . .. and the urgent desire to see them, to wear them. This Spring,
after having kept in touch with the Paris Onenings, Mack's have more
than a few thrills to offer. Dresses that smack of early Colonial dayp
with wide shoulders and slim, high waists. Dresses of high grade materials
such as you are used to paying much higher prices for. Here are .;hown,
a few of the most important fashions stressed] in the Openings:

High waistlines are high fash in for spring, ati if you
don't believe they're smart, you should see this group
of Frocks with their high waistlines emphasized by their
dashing little print blouses! If you need a spring tnic
here is your chance to invest in clever little Frock that
will make life worth living!

Prints . Polka Doto
Prints Combined with Plain Colors
Crochet Lace Accents

Printed Crepcis
Rough Silks

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Canton

Crepes
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(similar to ones pictured) at each of
the following low prices:

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RISH CROCHET .. .

If it boasts a bit of Irish
crochet lace here and there, a
lace vestee or a bodice, it em-
phasizes Spring 1932?

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PRINTS . .
the height 'of the Spring
mode.L In general the p
are in smaller designs than
year's, and more evenly sp
Rather than photographic
are imaginative, and defi
conventional.

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POLKA DOTS

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the pet for clew Spring frocks'
of 1932. New, because they
came in the popular Roshanara
reugh crepes and in the high
fashion jacket styles! All types
are used . . scattered pin dots
to coin dots... .

PRINTS -COMBINED
with PLAIN COLORS
Even a hint of print this sea-
son is extremely fashionable!
Have a jacket frock with bodice
of print . . . or a printed frock
with plain jacket.

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