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SUJNDAY, MAY 21, 1933
Summer Styles
Predomimate At
Formal Dances
Pastels In Organdie, Nets,
Chiffon Prove Popular;
Color Contrasts Seen
Pastel color combinations were
chosen by several women who at-
tended a spring formal given last
night by Pi Beta Phi sorority. Helen
Dewitt, '33, chose a dress of peach
crepe with a long jacket of light blue.
Ruth Bosse, '35, also wore a blue net
gown with huge rose organdie sleeves.
A flowered crepe formal worn by
Ruth Campbell, '34, stood out from
the dresses of plainer hues. Marian
Giddings, '34, appeared in hyacinth
blue, while Mary McCarthy, '34,
chose blue chiffon with a jacket of
blistered taffeta of the same shade.
Mary Brimijoin, '34, wore a white
formal with a mess jacket of red and
white. Margaret Mustard, '35, chose
white organdie, and Ruth Bradner,
'35, appeared in a salmon-colored
formal. Mary Fitzpatrick, '34, was in
blue organdie. Betty Mercer, '35, was
strikingly gowned in a white formal
with a black sequin jacket.
Pastels and beiges in chiffons, or-
gandies, and nets predominated in
the gowns selected by guests attend-
ing the Delta Tau Delta fraternity
spring formal held Friday night at
the chapter house.
Grace Mayer, '34, was there in
peach chiffon which featured a
flowing cape and fitted waistline.
Janet Allen, '33, chose rose-beige lace
trimmed with blue velvet bands on
the shoulder. Julie Kane, '36, wore
crepe in two-tone green, and Stella
Glass, '35, relieved the pastel pale-
ness of the crowd with crimson lace.
Marie Abbot, '35, chose peach,
while Miss Agnes Graham was pres-
ent in white organdie with leg o'mut-
ton sleeves, its simplicity accented by
a huge red organdie bow at the neck,
red leather belt, and red-tinted slip-
pers. Bettie Streuber, '35, wore crepe
in blue prints on a white background.
Elizabeth Farrell, '33, was gowned in
blue plaid organdie.
Prevailing spring modes were
witnessed among the gowns chosen
by the feminine guests at Pi Kappa
Alpha fraternity's formal dinner
dance Friday night. Maxine. May-
nard, '35, was charming in a gown
of blue chiffon over shell pink, the
girdle tying in .a cluster of blue
and pink flowers. Dolly Robbins, '33,
selected 'white lace, flounced, with
sequin shoulder straps and a red
sash.
Also wearing white lace, but in a
yoke effect with black crepe, was
Genevieve Magee, of Ann Arbor. Eliz-
abeth Seymour, Spec., was daintily
dressed in a yellow pique mess jacket,
worn over pastel blue organdie. Jose-
phine McLean, '36, was gowned in
white crepe a was Mary Lou Hanel,
'34. Pastel pink lace, contrasting with
tourquoise sash, made a becoming
frock for Margaret Schermack, '33.
Guests at the Phi Kappa Sigma
fraternity dance held last evening at
the chapter house were Jean Shaw,
'36, Esther Miller, '35, Dorothy Jones,
'6, Elizabeth Pascoe, '34, Rosana
Manchester, '36, Betty Lovejoy, '35,
Jean Robinson, '34, Mary Lou Els-
pass, '35, Elizabeth Nichols, '36, and
Margaret Sage, '34.
Seniors To Receive
Honor At Breakfast

Flowers and clever programs will
feature the Junior-Senior breakfast
to be given in Mosher-Jordan Halls
this morning. Juniors are to escort
seniors to the dining-rooms, where
they will receive individual favors.
Rose Shon, '34Ed, president of the
junior class of Mosher Hall, is chair-
man of the program committee. She
will be assisted by Florence Shaw,
'34Ed, Dorothy Edmands, '34, Louise
Crandall, '34, Elizabeth Griffith, '34,
who is to be toastmistress, and Jean
Turnbull, '34.

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Care Of Hair And
Hands Is Essential
As Aid For Beauty
By V. VIVAUDOU
Proper care of the hair, the hands
and the elbows are three important
aids tolfemininekcharm which are
too often overlooked.
Hair which has been allowed to go
unwashed for a long period of time
lends an untidy appearance to the
best groomed person. Care of the
hair should include brushing every
night until the scalp tingles, and
then add a little brilliantine to at-
taro that sheen which adds so much
to the beauty of any type of hair.
There is no specified time when the
hair should be shampooed, but 1
whether it be weekly or semi-month-
ly, it must be kept clean if one
wishes a pleasing appearance.
Next to hair, nails are an impor-
tant consideration. More manicures
and nightly application of cream will
help to keep them white and soft.
The last thing to be remembered is
one which is often overlooked in at-
tending to the more prominent fea-
tures. Elbows are more prominent
than they used to be, with the com-
ing of capes and shorter sleeves.
With this new trend comes the ne-
cessity of paying more attention to
the care of the elbows. One way to
keep them soft is to fill two sauce
dishes with warm oil, then soak an
elbow in each dish and apply a little
lemon to make them white.
Women spend a great deal of time
and money on the selection of the
proper shades of powders, rouges
and lipsticks among the better cos-
metics, but they are inclined to for-
get the important details of the hair,
nails and elbows, all of which are
equally important for a well-groomed
appearance.
Delta Omicron Initiates
Three, Elects Officers
Three women were formally in-
itiated into Delta Omicron, national
honorary musical sorority, at cere-
monies held recently at the home of
Mrs. Louis Gram, it was announced.
Those admitted are Mary Evarts,
Grad. SM, of Grand Rapids; Sarah
Lacey, '35SM, of Holland; and Ione
Anderson, '33SM, of Toledo.
Officers for the coming year were
elected at a meeting held recently.
Sarah Lacey will serve as regent;
Elizabeth Walz, '35SM, vice regent;
and Lois Zimmerman, '35, secretary
and treasurer.
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