HE MICHIGAN DAILY
eowship Group Plans necessary. according to Faith Ralph.
Cafttera Syle ~iner 33, chairman of the World Fellow-
C afcteria Style Dinner ship Committee.
Although announcement was made 'The dinner will be conducted cafe-
weviously that Mrs. Byrl Bacher teria style. as usual, due to the ill-
vould cook dinner for the World Pel- ness of Mrs. Bacher, so that it will
gwshp dnnerto e hed tnigh, anot be necessary to Phone in recse'rv a-
h be held tonight a ionsas previously announced, Miss
hange in the plans has been made Ralph said today.
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All Slide Rule
Ilids Are Sold,
Sell-Out Is Due To New
Low Price,- Sale Open
New Frock Of Beige Gray Crinkley Crepe
League Hosiery Shop Features
Only To Engineers
Tickets to the Slide Rule Dance,
the engineering college's traditional
affair of the year, are all sold.
"All of the 250 tickets that were
placed on sale at 8 a. m. Tuesday
were sold by 2 p. m. today," Rich-
ard N. Cogger, '33E, general chair-
man, announced last night. The
amazing sell-out indicates that stu-
dents want a low priced dance," Cog-
ger said. The tickets had been re-
duced to $1.50.
"The dance will be restricted to en-
gineers for whom the dance is pri-
marily intended," he stated. The
ticket sale was to be limited to stu-
dents of the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture until March 29,
after which date they were to go
on general campus sale.
In the past, tickets have sold in the
neighborhood of $4 and $5 and cor-t
respondingly high priced orchestras
have been engaged. Last year the
Casa Loma orchestra played for the
dance. With the reduction in price
of tic'kets a comparatively unknown,'
but good, orchestra was selected.
Bobbie Woodruff and his band of
11 pieces are to play for the Slide
Rule Dance a week from today.At
present they are playing in East
Lansing after various engagements
in the surrounding territory and in
Hit Happy Medium
By CAROL J. HANAN
ChI rm School' For Next & eek1
With thl int-odution of a charm Iple, according to those in chacge. An
school" to be held net week under analysis of the skin and uhe type of
the auspic of the La;e Hosierycosmetics to be used in individual
Shop, the student business venture e i e ehdered.
s again broaght to the attention of Betty Aigler, '35, will sell tickets
the campus. to members of the sororities. Miss
A course showing how to start at Aigler started the shop and worked
the beginning and give a complete out the system of women working in
facial treatment will be conducted the shop for activity points earlier in
for one week by a representative of the semester. Later in the year, Miss
the Rubinstein Company. Tickets Manchester was sent from Mack's
will be one dollar, part of which will and has been teaching the women
go to the shop and pa.t to the Rub- sales approach and merchandising.
instein Company for the materials The profits go partly to Mack and
used. Morning classes will be con- Co. and partly to the League Under-
ducted in the Russian Tea Room and o-raduate Fund for which the shop
are expected to draw the townspeo- was established.I
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One of the newest summer shades is a beige-gray, a color that
shows a pink cast that is flattering to the complexion. Una Merkel of
the films wears a dressy afternoon frock of this shade in a crinkly
crepe material. The hat and accessories are brown.
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New greys and other spring shoes that are
exclusive styles and economically priced.
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A survey of the existence and non-I
existence of tailored clothes from the
beginning of the season to the pres-
ent time takes on some of the aspects
of a pendulum.
Last October it had swung pretty
far in the direction of frilly feminine
things that depended on lines, true
enough, but not those made by an
ingenuous tailor. Then without any
warning it went to the direct oppo-
site position with the event of the
mannish fashions. Now we can lie.
back-and sigh. withrelief that it has
at length hit a happy medium.
An interesting example of this is
the combining of some of the better
elements of tailored lines in an ex-
clusively feminine institution, the tea
costume. This consisted of a long
flowing gown in black crepe with,
crisply fitted shoulders and a pleated'
fron~t of chiffon reminiscent of the
Although the little jackets worn
with formals are becoming increas-
ingly more and more tailored, by no
stretch of the imagination could
mousseline de soie be. called mascu-
line. Some of these go so far as to
disguise the fact that their origin
was inspired by a masculine mess,
jacket, with crisp ruching around the
neckline and cuffs.
Honor Musical Sororitv
Announces New Pledges
Gamma chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon,
national honorary musical sorority,
announced the election of six junior
women of the Music School to mem-
bership yesterday. The new members
are Frances Dell, Maude Hough,
Gladys Mohler, Vida Patten, Mary
Ann Mathewson, and Elizabeth All-
sop. Initiation will take place April 1
at the home of Mrs. John Worley,
on Washtenaw Avenue.
Tri-Delt juniors were honored at
a spread given by the seniors Wed-
nesday night following the Junior
Among the guests entertained at a
faculty dinner last night were Prof.
L. C. Karpinski of the Mathematics
department and Mrs. Karpinski;
Prof. Louis A. Strauss and Prof. Wil-
bur Humphreys of the English de-1
partment, and Mrs. Humphreys; Mr.
Malcolm McElroy of the Economics
department and Mrs. McElroy; Mr.
M. F. Modder of the English depart-
ment and Mrs. Modder; Mr. Rene
Talamon of the French department
and Mrs. Talamon; Prof. and Mrs.
Palmer Christian; Mr. Russel Hussey
of the Geology department and Mrs.
Hussey; Mr. Howard McCluskey of
the Psychology department and Mrs.
McCluskey; Miss Adelaide Adams
and Mr. Bruce Donaldson of the Art
department; Miss Anne Cameron of
the Sociology department; and Mr.
Henry Kendall of the Geography de-
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Several members of the Phi Kappa
Sigma Fraternity are planning to
spend the coming week-end out of
town, 0. P. Thompson, '33, Ray
Blocher, '33, Frank Park, '33, and.
George Dillingham, '34, are leaving
for Detroit. Charles Leonard, '34, will
visit Grand Haven.
KAPPA DELTA RHO
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The'
Half-Naked Truth"; Majestic, "State
Fair" ; Wuerth, "Arrowsmith."
Exhibits: Student Art Exchange,
Hostess Room, League; Alpha Alpha
Gamma Travelling Exhibit, Under-
graduate Room, League; Modern
Catalan Painting, West Gallery,
Alumni Memorial Hall; Persian ar-
chitecture photographs, Architecture
Building; Women as Authors, Gen-
eral Library; Leather Book Bindings,
William Clements Library.
Plays: "Love on the Run," 8:15
p. m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Lectures: Count Sforza, Minister
of Foreign Affairs to Italy, on "The
Responsibilities of the World War,"
4:15 p. in., Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
Graduate Stude nts To
Hold Monthly Dance
The March dance for graduate stu-
dents is to be held from 9 to 12 p. M.
Saturday in the Women's Athletic
Building. Admission, as has been
customary for these dances, will be
30 cents, which pays for the cost of
the orchestra and janitor service.
Miss Marie Hartwig of the Physical
Education Department, and Gordon
L. Jensen of the Engineering Depart-
ment will be present as chaperons.
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Initiation ceremonies for five men
were conducted by Kappa Delta Rho
on Saturday afternoon, March 11th.
The initiates include: Martin Mont-
gomery Holben, '34E, Grand Rapids;
John Glidden Linabury, '35E, Pon-;
tiac; George Robert Severy, '36, De-
troit; Delos Dunbar Stegenga, '34E,
Grand Rapids; and Robert Lee Wells,
'34E, Grand Rapids.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Five guests were entertained at a
buffet rushing dinner last night at
the Alpha 'Gamma Delta sorority.
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