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T, OCT. 13, 193

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SOCIETY

Make-Up For
Evening Shows
New Trends
Natural Skin Ttnes Are
RItquired To Blend Willi
New Fall Wardrobes
After spending the entire summer
getting all red and blistery in the ef-
fort to procure a golden tan, we now
find out that our skins are supposed
to look like porcelain during the day
time and like peaches and cream at
night. It's quite discouraging, espe-
cially in the fading process of the
golden tan, when it is not so much
golden as' a rather painful-looking
yellow. But we took hope in that
proper application of make-up can
hide the well-known multitude of
sins.
Day time make-up should be as
subtle as possible. It should always
look the same so that we don't look
healthier at ten in the morning than
we do at two in the afternoon. Set
the 'alarm back a few minutes in the.
morning so that you have time to
use both a cleansing cream and an
astringent before applying the liquid
powder base. A cream rouge is pre-
ferable to dry because it doesn't have
to be renewed. If you have an oval
type face apply the rouge under the
ball of the eye, work it in naturally,
but never as far back as tlie hair
line. If your face is round start the
rouge more toward the nose and
work it up toward the temiple. There
should never be more than the faint-
est trace of rouge, and orange is out,
it must be rosy in tint.
That procelain appearance that we
mentioned earlier is depended to a
large extent by the powder. Powder
is as natural looking as we can make
it and used sparingly. If your skin
is apt to be a little sallow let there
be a' pink tone in your powder; if
it is a florid type of skin there should
be a green cast to the powder.
Lip stick should be the exact shade
of the rouge. Some shades like the
new burgandy requires special rouges
that hamonizes with it.
Evening make-up introduces the
new mauve tone o the powder. Rouge
is lighter and eye-shadow darker.
The new gold eye-shadow is lovely
for evening wear. It can either be
plain gold or, gold flicked over or-
dinary eye-shadow. Blue mascara is
very effective for blondes on very
formal occasions. Mascara should
never be applied to the lower lid.

1ere Dc hired~ Illega
7;l:ci ons of the central coin-
iitee of the Sophomore Cabaret
ere declared void yesterday by
J1'diciarv Council of the League
following definite reports of cau-
cusing having taken place.
Mrgaret Schermack, '33, chair-
mm of the Council defined cau-
cu':ing as 'an agreement before
election time between two or more
houses to back up each others
;andidates."
The election will be held again
some time in the near future.
Many. ees ls.Have
Been Entertained
AL Va'rious ilotise
Ronald Innes, '32, of Chicago, Ill.,
was among the guests of the Kappa
Delta Rho house this week-end.
PHI ALPHA KAPPA
Among the many guests and alum-
ni entertained at the Phi Alpha Kap-
pa house last week-end were Dr.
Jack Bruggema, '30, and wife of;
Evart, Dr. Henry Stephens, '32, and
wife, of Hart, Dr. Guy DeBoer, '28,
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Van-
denberg, Prof. W. H. Jellema, '20,
Prof. A. J. Rooks, '93, Mr. W. Eerd-
mans, Mr. P. Gevon, and Mr. A. Jel-f
lema, all of Grand Rapids.
PHI BETA DELTA
Guests at the Phi Beta house last
week-end were entertained before the
Northwestern game and afterwards1
at dinner. Among the guests were
Harry Platt, Kup Karbel, and King
Goldstein of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs.
Blumenfeld and Sidney Wright of
Chicago, and six men from North-1
western.
PSI UPSILON
In the guests list of the Psi Upsilonl
fraternity this week-end were includ-
ed Lester Rodenberg, '25, from In-
diana; John Crawford, 25, fromt
Ohio; Bryan Blakley, '29, from De-a
troit; and Raymond Perring, '24.
THETA IiPPA NUr
Guests at the Theta Kappa Nu
house overi the, week-end of the
Northwestern game were: Gordon
Brown, '28, Port Huron, Wally lau-
bec, '29, St. Clair, Ross McNeughfon,
'28, Ann Arbor, William Strickland,
'26, Ferndale, Wayne Moore, Royal
Oak, William Armour; '31, St. Clai',
Stanley Newton, '27, Sault Ste. Marie,
and Kent Bowsher of Royal Oak.

Sorority Rushing And Pledge
ites 'eatured Duing Week

Sororities are still busy after their
two weeks of active rushing with din-
ners and pledging rites.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Yellow candles and yellow roses
will be the decorations at the rushing
dinner to be given Thursday. Mrs.
Howard McCluskey, patroness, will
be present.NMiss Jean Howell, '36, of
Lockport, N. Y., and Miss Eleanor
Zimmerman, '36, of St. Ignace, Mich.,
have been pledged.
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority wishes
to announce the pledging of Miss
Vivian Cohn, '33, of New York City.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Decorations at the rushing dinner
to be given tonight are to be baby
zinnias and green tapers. Local alum-
nae attending will be Miss Florence
Hiscock, Miss Josephine Compton and
Helen Chapin.
ALHA OMWCRON P1
Alpha Omicron Pi wishes to an-
niounce the pledging of Miss Jane
Law. '34, of New York City. A rush-
ing dinner will be given Thursday,
decorated by fall flowers and ivory
tapers.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Ecru tapers and pale yellow baby
Chrysanthemums are to decorate the
tables for tonight's rushing dinner.
Pationesses present will be Mrs.
Frederick Carr and Mrs. Neil Wil-
liams.
COLLEGIATE SOIROSIS
Members of Collegiate Sorosis wish
to announce the pledging of Miss
Sarah Qotthels, '33, of Saginaw.
GAMMA PHI BETA
R1 ishing dinner Wednesday night,
will have black and white decora-
tions. Mrs. Anderson, patroness, will
he nresent. Also the members wish
to announce the pledging of Evelyn
Walsh, '35, and Irene Stewart, '36.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Chrysanthemums of yellow and
rust and yellow tapers will decorate
the tables at the Wednesday night
rushing dinner. The members also

wish to announce the pledging of
Miss Jane Fletcher, '36, of Ann Arbor.
DELTA GAMMA
Miss Jean Rice, who was pledged
Sunday, is from Eskanaba, not Ypsi-
lanti.
KAPPA DELTA
Members of Kappa Delta wish to
announce the pledging of Miss Mar-
garet Ballard and Miss Edna Gall-
buy. Green candles and fall flowers
will decorate the tables at the Thurs,
day rushing dinner.
THETA PHI ALPHA
Theta Phi Alpha announces the
pledging of Virginia Weins of Detroit.
Pledging ceremonies were performed
last evening.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha entertained a num-
ber of guests last week-end. Among
the returning alumnae were: Miss
Emily Grimes, '31, of Detroit, Miss
Grace Hamilton, '31, of Detroit, Mrs.
B. Bryan, '28, Detroit, Miss Donna
McCoughnna, '31, Detroit, Miss Char-
lotte Good: iclu, '29, St. Johns, Michi-
gan, and Miss Martha Cogshall, '31,
Benton Harbor, Michigan.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Kappa Kappa Gamma wishes to
announce the pledging of Margaret
Connellon, '36, Birmingham; and
Catherine Thompson, '35, Boston,
Mass., last evening. A dinner followed
the pledging ceremony.
SPECIAL HOTEL RATES
. For Saturday's Game
MODERN ROOM RATES
Single $1 Double $2
HOTEL PILGRIM
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Davis & Ohlinger
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a a Wl W llear
Riitlveii here Today
A convocation for the students of
the (U'aduate School will be held this
evcning at 8:00 in the L6ydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre at the Michigan
League Building. President Alexan-
der G. Ruthven and Dean G. Carl
Huber will make brief addresses, Miss
Jeanette Perry will report on the re-
plies (which the graduate students
have) made to the questionnaires re-
lating to social activities. Opportun-
ity will be given for graduate stu-
dents to sign up for definite sport
classes and activities.
An informal reception will be held
at 8:30 in the ballroom in the
League following the convocation.
The receiving line will consist of
President Alexander G. Ruthven and
Mrs. Ruthven, Dean G. Carl Huber
and Mrs. Huber. They will be assist-
ed by the members of the Graduate
Board, Prof. J. R. Hayden, Prof. O. J.
Campbell, Prof. Peter Field, Prof. L.
M. Gram, Prof. H. B. Lewis, Prof. J.
G. Winter, Prof. J. B. Edmondson,
Prof. H. M. Randall, Prof. Peter
Okelburg, Prof. Arthur Boak, and
Dean Joseph Bursley, Mrs. Burt, di-
rector of University House, Miss Inez
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