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CAMPUS

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Distribution Of
Caps And Gowns
After Vacation
Measurements For Caps
Taken, Tassels Ordered
Ready For Swingout
Caps and gowns for senior women
will be distributed from 2 to 4:30
p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday after-
noons immediately following vaca-
tion, in the ballroom of the League,
according to Janet Allen, '33, who
is in charge of the sale. This will
be the only opportunity to obtain
them.
Only the measurements for the
caps will be taken at this time, but
they will be delivered before Swing-
out by George J. Moe Co. They will
not be rented, but will be sold out-
right, and a fee of $1 is due when the
order is taken, another dollar being
due on delivery.
The price for the gowns has been
set at $4.50 and $2.50 will be re-
funded on the return of the gown
after Commencement. Collars will be
sold for 25 cents by Senior Society,
Polly Walker, '33, being in charge of
the distribution..
Tassels for the caps other than
the traditional black ones for literary
students may be ordered at this time
also. The colors of the other schools
and colleges are as follows: medicine,
green; engineering, orange; law,
purple; education, blue; architecture,
red; pharmacy, olive drab; library
science, lemon yellow; and music,
pink.
Committee members who will as-
sist Miss Allen include Margaret Al-
len, '34, Jean Mitchell, '33, Marion
Giddings, '34, Betty Davis, '34, and
Nan Diebel, '35.

Movie Star Shows New Feminine Emphasis

-Associated Press Photos
The softer curves of femininity which are to be so popular this
spring, are exemplified in Dorothy Jordon's dress and make-up.
Women's New Spring Fashions
To A ccentuate Feminine Charm

Mosher-Jordan
Entertain At

Women
Tea Dance

Mosher-Jordan entertained at a
tea dance given at Mosher Hall yes-
terday afternoon for the residents
and their guests. Tea was served in
the living room and sunporch, the
tables being decorated with snap-
dragon, daffodils, and yellow tapers.,
Those who poured were Mrs. Rus-
sel C. Hussey, Mrs. Wilbur R. Hum-
phreys, and Mrs. Howard Y. McClus-
ky. Louise Crandall, '34, in charge of
arrangements, was assisted by Betty
Connor, '36, Clare Rowe, Grad., Jean
Hanmer, '36, Mary McIntosh, '34,
Sylvia Regan, '36, Barbara Ferguson,'
'35, Anngelle Mondschein, '34, and;
Marie Sisson, '33Ed.
BIG SEASON IN COURT
LONDON, April 6.-G'P)-For the
second time since King George's;
grave illness in 1928 five royal courts
will be held in Buckingham palace
during the London season.
The Lord Chamberlain's depart-
ment has been all but overwhelmed
by the rush of applicants from those
anxious to make presentations, and
the extra court is due to the desire
of the king and queen to cope with
the demand.

By U. VIVAUDOU
Consultant, National Beauty Institute
Fashions for spring and summer, I
am glad to report, are going to ac-
centuate feminine grace and charm
more than ever before since the war.
The masculine lines so popular until
the past few seasons now seem def-
initely "out"--and in their place we
are going to have the softer curves
of femininity.
Previews which I have been priv-
ileged to attend reveal ruffles and
more ruffles, flutings and flutings,
yards of lace-trimmed edgings,
plenty of feminine white accents of
organdy and pique, lots of soft vel-
vet coats, sleeves that perk piquant-
ly on each shoulder, dresses of stif-
fened organdy, soft layers of chif-
fon, and a multitude of new cotton
creations that give promise of being
extremely popular.
New things in corduroy are also
going to be very much in evidence.
Three-quarter length coats, loosely
casual and with wide loose sleeves
are being shown. They have a rather
full backline, sizeable pockets, and
the inevitable flared collar.
Then there are the corduroy two-
piece suits that are very new and yet
faintly familiar because of their re-
semblance to the good old Norfolk
suits. They come in deep blue and
cinnamon brown mostly, are made
with pockets, pleats, belt and all the
inimitable swank of the old time f a-
vority.
Short jackets of white pique that

suggest the uniform of a snappy bell-
hop are also going to be worn.
Cosmetics, naturally are going to
be in harmony with this feminine
emphasis in garments. I recently en-
joyed a private demonstration con-
ducted by the stylist for Melba cos-
metics, and she showed me a dazzling
array of soft creams and powders,
rouges and lipsticks, which are espe-
cially designed to blend with the
ultra-feminine frocks and jackets as
well as the newer sport clothes.,
Harsh styles in make-up, the stiff
formal eyebrows, and complexions
that look like casual modernistic
paintings are definitely "out." In-
stead, complexions are to be more
natural and of the higher 'porcelain
tints that give a clear glowing effect
to the skin.
Harmony of color is absolutely
necessary if you are to achieve a
charmingly natural facial appear-
ance. And harmony of color demands
careful attention to the natural col-
oring of your skin, the color of your
hair and eyes, as well as the colors
of your costume and the shades of
powder, rouge, and lipstick.
Mix your wardrobe colors with
coninon sense. It's downright extrav-
agance to buy a coat of one color,
a frock of another, and hat and ac-
cessories of still another, unless they
all harmonize.
And don't stick to one color all
your life just because some one once
said it was "your shade." There is
nothing more deadening to a person-

Carl Moore's Orchestra
And Famed Tango Team
Scheduled For Dance
More than 150 tickets to the fif-
teenth annual Military Ball, spon-
sored by students in the Reserve Of-
ficers Training Corps, have already
been sold, according to Donald E.
Knight, '33E, general chairman.
Campus sale of tickets is being lim-
ited to only 100 more, the commit-
tee feeling that 250 couples in ad-
dition to the patrons and patronesses
will fill the ballroom to its greatest
capacity without crowding ,Knight
said.
Carl Moore's Drake Hotel Orches-
tra of Chicago will furnish the music
for the dance, scheduled for April
28 at the Union. In addition to sev-
eral long runs at well-known hotels
Moore has achieved a great deal of
popularity :over station WGN and
over the National Broadcasting Com-
pany's networks.
Yesterday Knight stated that tick-
ets being held for members of the
Officers Reserve Corps will be kept
until Wednesday, April 19, while
those that have been asked for by
members of the advanced and basic
units of the R. O. T. C. will not be
held longer than Tuesday, April 18.
At that time, they will be placed on
general campus sale in addition to
those already being distributed at the
Union main desk and at the R. O.
T. C. headquarters.
Among added entertainment being
secured for the dance will be a pro-
fessional tango team composed of
"Bob" and Donna Baker, brother and
sister. They have been on the stage
doing this kind of entertaining for
the past 10 years, it was pointed out,
and have established an enviable
reputation.
The tango routine they will do is
the same one they used last summer
when they won first place at La
Fiesta de Los Angeles, held at Agua
Caliente. They were also in the finals
of the South American and West
Coast competition held last year.
After their exhibition here they plan
to go on an extended stage tour.
Pook-Burke Marriage Is
Announced By Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pook, of South
Whitley, Ind., announced; recently
the marriage of their daughter, Marie
Louise Pook, '31SM, to Walter F.
Burke of the engineering college. The
wedding took place last Aug. 22, at
Angola, Ind.
The bride is now music supervisor
of the Washington Center Public
School near South Whitley. Mr. Burke
was appointed as instructor of aero-
nautical engineering here in October
of 1929. He received his M. S. degree
here last year, after graduating from
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology.- He is from Medford, Mass.

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