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League To Give
Radio Program
On January 29
Ethel McCormick To Talk;
Michigan Songs, Dance
Music To Be Featured
A special program sponsored by
the League will be broadcast over
WJR at 5 p. m. Jan. 29. The program
will consist of an account of League
activities for the year, the changes
that have been made this year, and
some typical League entertainment.
Ethel A. McCormick, director of
the League, will talk on the building
itself, especialy emphasizing its edu-
cational advantages. Helen DeWitt,
president of the League, will speak
on the social opportunities which the
organization offers. She will also give
an account of the use that the
women make of the building.
Michigan songs and dance music
played by Mike .Falk and his orches-
tra will be another feature of the
hour.
The League trio composed of Bar-
bara Bates, '35, Lucille Lucas, '34SM,
and Mary Morrison, '35SM, will sing
"So At Last It's Come to This, "Play
Fiddle Play," and "This Is No
Dream."
Rhythms Classes
Present Program
A meeting of all the rhythms
classes will be held at 4:15 today
in Barbour Gymnasium for the
purpose of showing the dance forms
that each class has worked out sep-
arately, for the benefit of all.
All women in every rhythms class,
about 140 in all, will take part in
the program. Some of the best num-
bers included in the dance demon-
stration held last Saturday will be
repeated at this time.
Ideas for dance forms developed
in the different groups will be used
in the presentation of a formal re-
cital to be held in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre next semester.
Elizabeth Carter To Fill
Place Of Mosher Head
Elizabeth Carter is temporarily re-
placing Mary E. Buffington as as-
sistant-director of Mosher-Hall. Miss
Carter received her bachelors degree
in English from the University of
Hawaii, and had been working on
a degree in education, in California.
Professor Curtis Speaks
At Graduate Luncheon
Prof. Heber D. Curtis of the De-
partment of Astronomy spoke brief-
ly yesterday at the Graduate lunch-
eon, on the observatory which the
University maintains in South Af-
rica. The luncheon was held as usual
in the Russian tea room of the
League.

Visitor In Florida

Houses Elect
Officers For
Coming Year
Acacia Entertains Several

Vivid Colors
Found Popular
With P Grey
By CAROL J. HANAN

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Guests At Dinner; Zeta Some more fashion flashes fromt
Paris have buzzed over the wires
Tan Alpha Pledges One with news of the gossip rumors be-
fore the openings and this season
Sororities and fraternities elect they are mostly concerned with col-
new officers to serve for the coming I ors. In connection with the newest
semester. Acacia entertained several colors, black and white, daffodil yel-
guests at dinner. low, green, and a deep ice cream-
ALPHA PHIEfink are mentioned.
Milliners are emphasizing multi-
The following officers were elected I color ribbon trimmings, often in
by Alpha Phi sorority: president, crude color combinations, such as
Maxine Allen, '33; vice-president, yellow, vivid green and black, or else'
Mary Louise Kessberger, '34; secre- a combination like orange, green and
tary, Betty Kane, '34; treasurer, navy. Talbot combines pale gray with
Evelyn Lehman, '33, and social chair- turquoise (both of which colors are
man, Margaret Vincent, '34. high style favorites), using these
ALPHA XI DELTA shades on one of her high-crowned
ALPH_ ELTADirectoire saliors which this house is

League Dance
Class To Hold
Contest Soon
The intermediate class in dancing
will hold its last meeting tomorrow
in the League ballroom. A contest
will be held among the students for
the best example of the dancing that
they have learned this semester.
Dances include the fox-trot, waltz,
and tango, according to Ethel Mc-
Cormick, social director of theI
League.
Members of Theta Phi Alpha,
League 7 and League 8 will act as
hostesses, and will assist Miss Mc-
Cormick.
Emily White, instructor in physical
education for women, Alta B. Atkin-
son, business manager of the League,
and Marie B artwig, also instructor
in physical education will act as
judges for the contest.
tachable and are like a narrow
shoulder capelet; these appear on
dark woolen suits accompanied by
gloves with the same knitted cotton
cuffs suggesting jacket cuffs.

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thena Literary Society
Elects Semester Officers
At the regular meeting of Athena
ld Monday night, in the Athena
om, Angell Hall, the election of
icers was held. The following
omen were elected: president,
"rtha Littleton, '34; vice-president,
ice Gilbert, '33; secretary, Goldia
ghtfoot, '33Ed., and treasurer, Vir-
nia Denne, '35. Margaret Phalan,
5, will continue as representative
the oratorical board.

Wher ToGo
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Ani-
mal Kingdom"; Majestic, "The Van-
ishing Frontier"; Wuerth, "They Call
It Sin."
Dances: Tea dancing,.3 to 5 p. m.,
League grill.
Functions: Open house, 4 to G
p. m., Harris Hall.
Exhibits: Henry Wright's "Hillside
Housing." exhibition room, Archiec-
tural Building.

The New Arrivals for Spring are Here-
NEW SATIN GRETA GARBO BLOUSES
$1.95 - $2.95
NEW WINGED SLEEVE SWEATERS
NEW CHIFFON HOSE, IN SPRING SHADES
59c or 2 for $1.00

THE RUBLEY SHOP

-Associated Press Photo
Jean Parsons, pretty New York
visitor at Miami Beach, Fla., was
,hotographed in this attractive beach
costumne.
usiness Clu
Hears Speech
OnEconomics
Prof. Orlando W. Stephenson of
the history department lectured to
the Business and Professional Wom-
en's Club of Ann Arbor on "Tariff."
The lecture took place from 7 to 8
p. m. at the League. Professor Steph-
enson is conducting a six-week dis-
cussion group on the general subject
of present-day economic conditions.
Professor Stephenson started with
the Revolution and showed how tar-
iff affected our relations with other
countries tracing it up to the present
time.He avers that France is un-
willing to pay her war debt because
we neglected to pay ours to her a t
the time of the Revolution. Profes-
sor Stephenson also remarked that
we were overstocked because other
countries, in retaliation for our high
tariffs, took their trade away. 1
At 8 p. m. at the League last night,I
the club held an open social meeting.

Newly elected officers at the AlphaI
X1 Delta house are: president, Dor-
othy Van Riper, '34; vice-president,'
Marian Foley, '34; secretary, Irene
Hall, '35; treasurer, Jean Porter, '34,
and rushing chairman, , Louraine
Bond, '34.
ACACIA
The fraternity entertained the fol-
lowing at dinner Sunday: Lillian
Park, '35, Dorothy Roth, '36, Thais
Bolton, '36, Ruth Jovejoy, '34, Mar-
garet Kirk, Ruth Allison, of Plym-
outh, LeRoy Anderson, '33E, and
Norman Dickinson. '36. Additional
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Price, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Niehus,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Emide.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Newly-elected officers at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house are Ruth Rob-
inson, '34, president; Josephine Mc-
Causey, '34, treasurer; and Dorothy
Hammersley, '34, corrsponding sec-
retary.
PI BETA PHI
Pi Beta Phi elected officers for the
ensuing year last Monday night.
Ruth Campbell, '34, was chosen
president; Marian Giddings, '34,
vice-president; and Mary Brimijoin,
'34, treasurer. Maxine Maynard, '34,
was elected assistant treasurer.
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Zeta Tau Alpha wishesto an-
nounce the pledging of Emily Daw-
ura, '36, of Dearborn.
Proceeds Of Teal
Go To Loan Fund
The Detroit Association of Uni-
versity of Michigan Women will give
a bridge-tea at 2:30 p. m. Saturday,
Feb. 4 in the Georgian Room of the
Hudson Building. The tea is to be
held for the benefit of the loan fund
for Michigan women students.
Mrs. Donald Hedrick is chairman
of the committee in charge of the
affair. Assisting her will be' a large
committee of prominent Michigan
alumnae headed by Mrs. E, H. Sie-
bert, president of the Detroit Asso-
ciation of University of Michigan
Women.

now promoting. Speaking about
hats, tiny chin veils and tortoise shell
motifs also are going to be among
the smart millinery trimmings. ,
Another feature is the white cot-
ton hand-knit collars that are de-

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-w-in those smartshades
that just seem to make
them even more sheer and
a harmonious ,part of the
Formal. Pair . . . $1.35
J ewelIry Adds
Brilliance
Just try some of this stun-
ning jewelry to seto~ff your
evening ensemble. It's a
sure success with earrings
and bracelets set wit
rhinestone brilliants.
$1.00 and $1.95
Handkerchiefs
Dainty squares of chiffon
have extra wide borders
of cobwebby laces - white
and pastels ..... $1.00

These new Formals were de-
signed with just one thing in
mind . . . to make you the
sparkling star of the gala eve-
ning . ' . the campus event of
the year.
Soft, flowing silks, heavenly col-
ors, glorified by gleaming beads,
spangles, sequins. Such delicacy
in styling and detail is excep-
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Be what you may - the price is only
Are you the dangerous, woman-of-the-world type,
the innocent, old-fashioned type, the crazy devil-
may-care type? Whatever you are or want to be,
we have the dress that will do it -and a dress
guaranteed to slay that Michigan Man. The kill-
ing reasons: the low-down backs, the low-cut
decolletages, the full-at-the-bottom skirts, and the
fit! Sizes 14 to 18.

Rough Crepes

Matellasse

Sheerest Sheer
Many with jackets
They look like they might cost a
young fortune, but, don't worry,
they don't. You can easily se-
lect a new formal for the J-Hon
and other parties that lie ahead
and keep within that budget.
Fashioned in slim and alluring
lines from rough crepes, heavy
sheers and other beautiful mate-
rials. Every formal is crisp and
fresh. . . and all so very different.

A SHOE FOR
FORMAL WEAR
This white faille T-strap sandal
is the perfect companion to the
sown when it is tinted to match
... and we will do the tinting
free. The shoe is... $595
Others at $4.95

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