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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS

SOCIETY

Pajama Styles
Need Brilliant
Color Touches
Ribbed Corduroy, Crepe,
And Velvet Are Popular
Fabrics For Lounging
By BARBARA BATES
House parties during J-Hop neces-
sitate the newest and brightest of
lounging pajamas. Bright colors or
startling combinations of light and
dark seem to find great popularity
with new buyers.
For really comfortable pajamas the
ribbed corduroys and heavy velvets
are excellent. They are one-piece and
usually of a single color, bright blue,
red, green or gold. Trimming con-
sists of buttons placed in a mannish
double-breasted fashion on the front
and a narrow belt of the same mate-
rial as the pajamas.
Crepe For Informal Wear
Heavy crepe composes the greater
part of the latest informal garb. It
is with these that designers allow
themselves the greatest leeway in
clever cutting and odd color combi-
nations. One pair was of two shades
of chartreuse green. The bodice and
sleeves were of very light, almost yel-
low, green. The front and back
dipped down to meet the darker
green which composed the rest of the
pajamas.
Another outfit was of light blue.
The top part was smocked across the
front, peasant fashion and a short
waistline jacket of brilliant pink was
worn with the pajamas. The jacket
had huge elbow-length, puffed sleeves
encircled with bands of yellow, green
and blue. The attractive part of this
costume was that the pajamas looked
equally well without the jacket.
Velvet More Formal
More formal and dressy pajamas
are made of transparent or chiffon
velvet. It is not as practical a mate-
rial but infinitely more appealing.
Turquoise-blue chiffon velvet was
chosen for one pair. They were sim-
ply made except for shirred sleeves
and neckline. A graceful sash of the
same shade of blue in crepe tied in
the back and completed the costume.
Russian pajamas are constantly
popular. A gold and black combina-
tion is startling. A two-piece outfit
that was particularly noticeable con-
sisted of black velvet trousers with a
gold-colored tunic. The neck was
high and fastened around the throat
with a black band. Baggy peasant
slevees that came to the wrist was
an added feature, completed with a
gold cord with.enormous tassels
which tied at the side.
TALK GIVEN ON CHINA, PEWTER
"The Collecting of China and Pew-
ter," and allied topics were the sub-
jects for a -talk by Elizabeth Martin,
of Foster's Art Shop, at a meeting
of the Home-Making section of the
Michigan Dames held at 8 p. in. yes-
teiday in the League.
A new venture at Ohio State Uni-
versity is a chess club which has been
formed recently. The club will meet
and play at the Ohio Union.

Spring styles Shown At New York Fashion Revue

--Associated Press Photo
These spring frocks were displayed in a fashion parade sponsored by leading New York designers. At
left is a black evening gown with white chiffon flowers over the left shoulder. A dinner dress for the de-
butante is shown in the center. It is of black chiffon with a red Victorian sleeve jacket. The smart costume
shown at right combines a white pique jacket worn over a black chiffon dress.

Series Of Health
Talks To Be Given
Health talks in a series of six
classes are to be conducted for the
benefit of women in Washtenaw
County by the Michigan Department
of Health. These lectures will begin
at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Jan. 30 in
Lane Hall and will continue until the
six of the series have been complet-
ed. Dr. Edna Walck and Bertha
Wellington, R. N., will teach the
classes open to those in the district
interested.
Subjects of the talks will be anat-
omy, physicology, personal hygiene,
nutrition, preparation of foods, pre-
vention of communicable disease,
correction of physical defects, and
child management.
Mrs. George M. Carrothers has
been appointed chairman of these
lectures, which are organized under
the supervision of Esther Nash, R.
N., nursing director for the district.

1933 Junior Girls Play To Give
New Ideas In Musical Revues

By LOUISE CRANDALL I
The nature of the 1933 Junior
Girls' Play will be quite different
from that of former productions,
finding the unique in modern scen-
ery, lighting and stage effects. !
Through the medium of splashily
painted back-drops, gay scenes will
be found on the stage as the curtain
rises. This type of scenic effect has,
heretofore, seldom been found except
in Broadway revues and musical
comedies. Achieving stage settings
that are "new and different," the
properties staff have been successful
in getting the technicalities of the
play under way.
Ruth Duhme, '34, chairman of the
properties committee, is now at work
on the sets, a thing which has sel-
dom been done previously by a Jun-

equally cock-eyed tour of Europe in
her Junior Girls' Play, and does it
in a rather interesting song-and-
dance manner," Mr. McCracken de-
clared. "Scenery and costumes will
be used to bring out the satirical na-
ture of the script."
"The painted scenery will be in a
naive mode, and a humerous note
will enter into the designs," he con-
tinued.
With the co-operative assistance
of every committee, it is expected
that March of this year will "ring
down the curtain" on a musical re-
vue which is decidedly unique, co\.-
bining the elements of satire, grace,
humor and enthusiasm in every
scene.
Reserve Your
J-HOP EXTvrvR.A
NOW
By Calling 2.1214

for woman.
To1 "Miss Duhme and the art commit-
W here o o 1tee are helping to execute their own
designs for the properties," Russell
McCracken stated, of the Play Pro-
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "The duction staff, who is directing this
Devil Is Driving"; Majestic, "The year's play.
Vanishing Frontier"; Wuerth, "Rack- According to Mr. McCracken, the
tey Rax." book of Marian Giddings, '34, "Love
Concerts: Myra Hess, 8:15 p. in., On The Run" is quite a colorful re-
Hill Auditorium. vue. Though not devoid -of story in-
Dances: Tea dancing, 3 to 5 p. m., terest, the plot has been definitely
League Grill; informal dancing, 9 subordinated or satirical skits.
p. in., League ballroom; informal "Miss Giddings has taken a cock-
dancing, 9 p. in., Union ballroom. eyed bunch of young people on an
Athletic Events: Fencing, Michigan
vs. Detroit Turnverein, 8 p. in., In-
tramural Building.
There's noth

1f

ing quite so

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3 to4pn
_"Friday and Saturday
Mannequins will parade
William I-. Miller Fur Coats
at Manufacturer's Prices
They're salesman's samples - that's why they're at
manufacturer's prices. They're the pick of the adyance
productions of the house of Miller. They're here for
only two days. Friday and Saturday. so lose no time.

.rerres ing as new
frhing af reses
We've a host of them - just arrived!

Refreshing as the first warm
zephyrs of Spring.
$ 95
They're excellent copies of
the best frocks from the
Paris midseason collections,
and are sure to charm you.

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High Shades
New Prints~
Black.- Navy

Select one or two from this
new showing. They will add
a new note of brightness to

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