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May 04, 1932 - Image 5

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THE MICHICAN DAILY PAGE

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WILL DEFEND TITLES IN OLYMPICS THIS YEAR

'PLANS REDY O
PAGEANTCOSTUMES
'Committee Selects Striking New
Color Contrast for Greek
Warrior Group.
Dance groups n the Freshman

I-
Seen on Campus
Suits
Three very attractive suits each
of a distinct type were seen on the
diagonal. The one outfit consisted
of a blue ensemble. The material of
the suit was very soft, almost a
flannel. Square shoulders and four
large brass buttons characterized

Pageant are being cut slightly this the jacket which brought out the
week, preparatory to the final or- military motif so popular this year.
ganization of the program. Mem- The dark blue skirt was worn quite
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J bership in each of the period dances
is being limited, in order to facil-
itate the work of the costume com-
mittee, whose real duties commence
this week with the making of new
costumes and the alternation and
fitting of those used in previous
x s presentations.
;:.' .:::,::"::-:;.<:According to the chairman of the
costume committee, there will be
cne entirely new set of costumes,
and perhaps two, if enough dues
useoectca Press Photo are collected from the freshman
women by the girls already scouting,
M s Yfor funds. The new costumes being
planned for the Greek warrior
dance will consist of vivid purple
aAre tunics, bordered in the typical sil-
ver key design of the Greeks, silver
Portraits O helmets, silver spears, and silver
_______shields.
By B. A. '34 The original scheme of the cos-
All costumes in the show which tume committee to stage the page-
Iant with alternating dances inI
Play Production opens today, "The bright colors and black. and white
Importance of Being Earnest," are has been abandoned for Miss

iong wa arK Due snoes andaa
small blue hat. A white ascot and
blue patent leather pocket-book
completed the costume.
The second suit was blue also, but
a lighter shade and was made of a
rough woolen material. A band of
light tan wolf was wrapped around
each sleeve at the elbow, and hat,
gloves and shoes were worn to
"latch the fur.
The last suit was decidedly for
sports wear. The coat was black
and the skirt was checked with
black and white. The ascot match-
ed the skirt. A very small black
hat tilted to the side of tne head,
and black patent leather pumps
and pocket-book completed the out-
fit.

Among the women candidates for this year's Olympics, probably the 1

most outstanding and colorful is the eighteen-year-old swimming star,
Helcne Madison of Seattle, Washington. Miss Madison, a two years'
wonder it) the splash world, will defend her titles at stake and seek *e
take all if possible of the 16 free-style events to be swum off in :oi
Angeles this summer.
At present, Helene holds 28 American records in the crawl and the
backstroke, and Is international possessor of 12 titles. Among the latter
are the 100 yd, free style, the 200, the 220, the 440, the 40 meters, .md
the mile swim.
Among the other leading women swimmers are Eleanor Holm, Jose-
phine McKim, Lisa Lindstrom, Anna Govednik, and Helen Lee Smith.
Of these, Miss Govednik, although only fifteen years old, is a promising
.. s a t ., L.. IIA~C4-4 Art ii sxhih can 't4-O fh 1Af0 t7 i1'1i n kp

.

Red L
featured
piquant
this sea
scarlet f

direct copies from the Sylvia Windt
IVIodiste Shop in New York, accord-

eandiate in whe breaststroke, ini wichU she ok~ the; '~u yd. e mer
class. Helen Lee Smith, an entry from Indianapolis, is still younger but ing to a statement made recently
this fourteen-year-old has demonstrated that she will be a real threat by Miss Frances Young, costumier I
in the 220 yard free style. for Play Production.
-th 0yar re styl_. "They are all typical of the mood
of the play, she continued, they are,
of a light appearance, being of the
pastel shades of blue, pink and yel-
alow. The pcostumes are, designed
primarily for types rather than for
people._Upon seeing them one
knows immediately just the sort of
JORDAN HALL , Byrl Fox Bacher were also present. person who should wear each par-
The annual election of class offi- Dr. Margaret Wilker represented ticular dress."
cers was held at Jordan Hall on the nursery school; Mrs. Sadye H. "The extreme mode of simplicity
Monday night. Elsie Feldman, '33, Power, psychistry; Dr. Margaret is struck in one," said Miss Young,
was chosen as senior house presi- Bell, the physical education depart- "while the extreme of sophistica-
dent to succeed Miriam Cortright, ment. tion predominates in the other."
'32.' The president of next year's The dormitory heads attending The gown which is so typically
junior class will be Alta Place, '34, were Miss Edith A. Barnard of the ingenue, has a huge flared skirt of
while Georgina Karlson, '35, was Alumnae Residence; Mrs. Florence alternating bands of mauve andI
elected to represent the sophomores. W. Tousey of Helen Newberry; Mis 3 pink taffeta, which increases in
Ballots were also cast to select an Margaret R. Smith of Martha Cook; width to the bottom of the skirt.I
all-around girl, the qualifications Mrs. Leona B. Dickson of Betsy The bodice is cut veiry low, and has
being popularity, and the most out- Barbour; Mrs. Mable Warren of a criss-cross effect. The over-skirt
standing in her additions to the Miss Agnes Wells, dean of women of pink net is full-length. However
dormitory. For this honor Miriam I at the University of Indiana and a the outstanding features of the
Cortright, '32, was elected. prominent alumna of Beta chapter, dress are the filmy, ruffled cape of
Gamma Phi Beta. spoke on The Sorority of i932. Mrs. silk net, with its huge stand-up
At a luncheon given Sunday at Dean Meyers, president of the Ann collar, and the large taffeta bows
the League, Gamma Phi Beta soro- Arbor alumnae, presided. Tea at which are a feature in trimming the
ity entertained their alumnae, the the Ruthven home followed and at bands of the skirt.
Grand Council, and guests repre- 4 o'clock the members of Gamma The other gown is just the op-
senting women's interest in the Phi Beta entertained the alumnae posite, having a wispy flare skirt,
University of Michigan. Among the and some of the faculty at their tightly fitting through the hips,
latter were Mrs. Alexander G. Ruth- residence. with a crisp little detachable cape.

White's plan to include dances in i
pastels and the red-and-purple leather
modern dance. isheigt
According to the latest report, I pleats w
the primitive dance will be a sym- to the
phony in brown, the gavotte in reg- the bac
ulation classic gavotte style, the The sk
renaissance dance in adaptations silhouet
of ecclesiastical robes, trimmed with I blouse
gold bandings, and the ballet in little ha
formal white ballet garb. pletes tl
a black1
FACULTY W O M E N pumps.
ENTERTAIN C L U B
R _bertB Hal t
Mrs. Robert B. Hall entertainedI a
for forty members of the Faculty
Women's Club Monday night at her a
NHpr tN ill d o nmrpr hp
ho m . A ter sup er, at w h ich Mrs.

s the unusual spring color
d in one of the trim and still
ensembles on the campus
son. The suit is a brilliant
lecked with grey. The jacket
d in by a wide black patent
belt. The effect of slimness
htened by the two inverted
ihich run from the shoulder
bottom of the jacket down.
k.
kirt is the conventional tight
tte. A soft eggshell satin
goes with the suit. A saucy
at of glazed red straw com-
;he picture, to which is added
patent leather handbag and

No

o extra charge

noer i Wla u uueu leie
presented a one-act play, "Helene's
Husband" by Moliere, under the su-
pervision of Mrs.* Walter V. Mar-
shall.
At the regular business meeting,
the club chose officers for the com-
ing year, Mrs. Carl E. Burklund,
general chairman; Mrs. Isa F. New-
ton, chairman of hostesses; Mrs.
John C. Bughetr, treasurer; and
Mrs. Walter Marshall, secretary.
1r - If

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ven, Mrs. Junius E. Beai, virs. Es- -
ther X. Cram, woman regent; the
wives of the vice-presidents, Mrs.
Shirley W. Smith, Mrs. Clarence S.
Yoakman; Mrs: D. Bruce was un-
able to come.
Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of\women,
Miss . Jeannette Perry, and Mrs.,
. e) 1
7A~~w I'
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III

Prints !

Silk Cre
Wools.
l) With
Tiny Jackets
L/r Cape Collar
( Military Eff
I Diagonal Lin
' and all other
spring 1932
t ( -
rc y 1. { ' ..; :
_ Y v0

,pes!
s,
rs,
ects,
Ines.
r smart
details!

/--
A Useful
Token of
Esteem for
Mother
Hose
Always in good taste-Mother
will use them and appreciate
them, and she can't have too
many pairs.
A Purse
A new purse is sure to click
-there are styles for every
outfit and every age.
A Scarf
The new scarfs we are show-
ing will please her-some are
colorful, some in softer shades
-all are in good taste.

R~ .
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I

200
Spring
$9.95, now
;95

Gloves

DRESSI

Regular $16.75, now Regu
$995

alar
$5

Women need different gloves
for every outfit and your
mother is no exception-
she'll welcome a pair.

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