THE MICHIGAN DAILY
emu* SCI ETY
To Be Held At
Cinema Star Demonst rates Correct Make-Up
Sale Of -Ca"ips
And Gowns To
Lengtl Of Skint
IN New Spriing
Music, IDaues Feature [Townsend-Welch Ruies
Wome mClub Meeting Amnineced Last Week
A varied program of nusic and The imrriage of Margaret H.
dances has been arranged for the Welch, '35, amd John S. Townsend,
weekly meeting of the Ann Arbor '3, which occurred Feb. 17. vas nn-
Woan'ilS club), -which will mleet today inoun ced by M'r. andt Mrs. G IreK~.
Lati the League,. Tt includeos an inci- W e;lh, Plea<sant Ridkgedju; rng the
vidual dance, pi-ano andi conltra1l o spring wkat"ion. T= owinsend is the
solos, and the minuet danced by six-
teen of the club members. Selections
on the nusical saw will also be pre- HighI and Park,, nd is a mcmber of
sented by Trumbell Jackson, '34E. Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, while
Following the regular meeting, an Mrs. Townsend is a member of Pi
exhibit of old glass, hooked rugs, Beta Phi.
quilts and 'nliques contributed by The couple will reside at the
the members will be on display in the Kingsley apartments for the re-
ballroom. ' maiinder of the year.
Fresh man Wonieit
To Discuss Plans
By CAROL J. IJANAN
Considering the fa a that
Starting something new in the line
of freshman activities phis year, the
freshman women will hold a mass
meeting at 4:15 p. -m. Thursday in!
the League Ballroom.
'T'he meeting, according to Helen
DeWitt, '33, president orf the League,
is for the purpose of discussing
freshman activities for the year.
Since the idea of having the regular
Freshman Girls Pageant has been
abandoned, it is necessary that the
women choose some new line of ac-
tivity for the year, Miss DeWitt said.
The Freshman Girls Pageant has
been a tradition among the freshman
women for a number of years but
because of the expense involved it
has been decided not to hold it this
An executive committee of five will
be elected at the meeting to carry
out any plans made by the women.
If no definite plans are offered then
it will be left to the committee to de-
cide on some class activity.
Miss DeWitt will open the meeting
Caps and gowns will be on sale for
the seniors today and tomorrow, ac-
cording to Janet Allen, '33, chairman
of the commii;tee in cha'rge The sale
has been little or no co-operation on
the part of the weather, new sprin
clothes are nevertheless beginning to
be seen i large number and their
appearance has marked a new battle
of skirt lengths.
.f fhr' t:, tiheolpntfarmn .hi
iii be held from 2 to 4:30 p. m. n Tne only point of agreement in
thii e elgdua~ 2 t ofe30 f p hein the controversy, so it seems, is that
League. go f the longest daytime s kirt shall not
League.ylesthn ie nl,.
The'caps and gowns are being sold measure any less than nne iches
from the ground. Cont rrily, Schlia-
at this time because of the approach- prei thes, Chichar begi -
parelli clothes, which are beginnin
ing date for the annual swing-out. to come out in noticeable quantity,
As is usual the caps will be sold and seem to average a good twelve inches
the gowns rented. Caps will be from the ground, and other coutou-
priced at $2 wvith a $1 deposit at the riers who cater to a young clientele
time when "the measurements are likewise keep skirts as short as this.
made and gowns are to be rented In between are the great majority
at $4.50, $2.50 of which will be re- of clothes worn, which average 11
funded in June. inches. Another point observed is
TEA AND EVENiNG
and explain the purpose of the gath-
ering. The floor will then be free
for discussion, and the rest of the
meeting will be conducted by Mar-
gai'et Schermack, '33, chairman of
the Judiciary Council. She will be
assisted in the elections by the other
Martha C ok
To Hold First
The first open house ever to be
given by a dormitory on this campus
will be held from 4 to 6 p. m. Friday
at Martha Cook Residence.
Formal invitations have been sent
to the house presidents of Mosher-
Jordan, Betsy Barbour, helen New-
berry, Adelia Cheever, and Alumnae
House. Representatives from Martha
Cook are also appearing at the
house meetings to personally extend
"This idea of a dormitory open
house was inaugurated due to a de-
sire to havesthe residents of the var-
ious houses becoa-e 4acquainted in
much the same spirit as exchange
dinners among sorrities have been
arranged," Miss Margaret Smith, so-
cial director, stated.
Where To Go
Moving Pictures: Michigan, "Our
B e t t e r s;" Majestic, "Cavalcade;"
Wuerth, "The Mummy."
Recitals: ElsamEppstein, piano re-
cital, 8:15 p. in., School of Music
Dancing: League Grill.
Shampoo & Fingerwave 50c
Personality Haircuts. ..50c
Shampoo & Marcel .$1.00
Countoure Facials. . $1.00
Croquignole ... $5.00
Gabrieleen . . -..$5.00
Oriental Oil .... $3.00
Miss Charlotte Londenslager, a
former Instructor ac the Amer-
ican Beauty School, Kalamazoo
is now with us.
207-8 Mich. Theatre Bldg.
-Assochited Press Photo
Virginia Bruce finds that tying a ribbon first around the hairline
is a protection for the hair before applying a film of powder.
Po er-Fa e etracts Fro
Woman's Be auty And Charm
Collars, costing 25 cents will be,
sold by Senior Society under the di-
rection of Polly Walker, '33. They
can be obtained at the League under-a
graduate office at the same time that
the caps and gowns are bought.
Although tthe orders will be made
through the League, they will.be de-
livered by George J. Moe Co. before
A committee assisting in the ar-
rangements; includes Jean Mitchell,
'33, Margaret Allen, '34, Nan Diebel,
'35, Betty Davis, '34, and Marian
Smart Afternoon Dress t
Is Of Crepe And Taffeta1
An afternoon dress, delightfully
reminiscent of courtly cavaliers andf
beruflled ladies, is latest, say fashiont
authorities. The dress is of brown
rough crepe made in a high jumper
effect with little military epaulets.
which set off huge puffed sleeves of
brown and white checked taffeta. A
frlyjabot of pleated organdy gives
the finishing touch of an altogether
that skirts seem to become narrower
as they grow shorter.
Furthermore spring seems to have
made everyone suit-minded. There
are dozens of suits around campus
with swagger two-third length and
full-length coats; there are quanti-
ties of short hip length jackets of the
soft so-called dressmaker type. One
of the latter we noticed was in black
broadcloth with a short fitted jacket,
leg o' mutton sleeves and a soft
peter pan collar of white lapin that
tied demurely beneath the chin.
A new linen suit with a three-
quarter length coat, recently brought
out, has the versatility of almost an
entire week-end wardrobe. The sport
coat is considered chic and new to
wear over lightrsummer dresses
whether of sport or street type, and
the fashion of light coats over dark
dresses is also gaining importance.
OPT ICAL SERVICE
NEW LOW PRICES.
E. A. BORGER, Optometrist
235 State Street
IN THE GR I LL
Telephone 2-3251 for Your Reservation
75c per Couple Minimum Food Charge for Dancers
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By V. VIVAUDOU
One of the warniings that should'
be posted on the broad and happy
highway to feminine charm is, "Be-
ware of powder face."
"Powder face" sometimes takes on
the appearance of a slightly scaly
condition. or perhaps a heavy,
"enameled" look, but in any event
it gives an unnatural appearance
which detracts from the beauty and
youthfulness of any woman. It does
not draw distinctions between young
and old, between rich and poor but
it is prevalent among all ages and
The cause of "powder face," in al-f
most every case, is the improper se-
lection of powder and its improper
application to those portions of the
face which require powder alone.'
Even the very best quality powders
lose their value unless applied in the
right places and proportions.
The following method for starting
a correct make-up has been sug-
gested. After tying the hair back
with a wide band in order to keep
excess cream and powder out of the
hair, apply a very light film of good
base-crneam. The powder is then
dusted from the base of the throat
to the forehead. The powder must
not be rubbed on with the puff but
must be applied lightly and in excess
and then removed with a soft pow-
der brush. The back and sides of the
neck are also important since the
new necklines are so revealing.
AWE _ CEM
PROBABLY TIHL MOST IMPORTANT
FUR COA T BJYING OPPORTUNITY
YOU'VE SEEN iN YEAR'-'
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NEW PRICES - BY THE WEEK
Two Meals per Day . . . . $4.00
"--+"' Three Meals per Day . . . $5.50
100 ENGRAVED CARDS
and PLATE $2.25
- Any Style -
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Phone 8132 Second Floor
TWO DAYS ONLY1
A Fortunate Special
Purchase Sale of
Lunch 30c Dinner 40c Sunday Dinner 50c
Serving Michigan Men and Women for the 29th Year
and time to get a Stetson
THERE'S no excuse for looking
winter-worn. Not when you
can get genuine Stetsons for as
little as $5! (That's "Overhead
Economy"!) . . . Spring styles
-young men's styles. Spring
colors. They're in the stores
now as low as
John B. Stetson Company
Philadelphia New York London Paris
THEY'RE NEW! THEY'RE DIFFERENT!
A / 1 Three
Embracing a $15,000.00
Collectin The Best in
Smart Fashions - Fine
Quality & Value Possible
ice of Fine
Ermine, Jap Mink
ind Seif Trim-
Women and Misses
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Answer "Present" to Roll Call
By Special Arrange-
ment, Mr. E. C:Haim,
Factory Fur Expert,
will be here to assist
and advise you in a
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Use Our Cornyenient Lay-away Plan
PAY ONLY IO-DOWN
Balance may be paid weekly or monthly!
STORAG Fi FREE Until Next- Winter
Young modems call ;sporties" a csensashun. Theyire