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THE MICIHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 193 4

Holidays Bring Announcements
Of Engagements And Weddings

This Christmas vacation was an
eventful one, with announcements of
the marriage or engagements of a
number of well-known faculty mem-
bers, students, and alumni.
Prof. Margaret Elliott of the eco-
nomics department and Prof. John
E. Tracy of the Law School were
married Dec. 20 at the home of Mrs.
Tracy's father, in Lowell, Mass. An-
other event of interest in faculty
circles was the wedding Dec. 23 of
Miss Margaret T. Snyder, secretary
to the dean of students and Mr.
Carles H Clark, Newton, Mass.
'he holidays were a popular time
fot engagement announcements as
well. Bernice Wetherald, '36, made
known her engagecent to Bunce An-
dreae, '35E, at a luncheon Dec. 28
ather home in Detroit. The engage-
ment of Catherine Williams, '34, and
Gardner Smith, '33, was announced
from her home in Danville, Ill. Mr.
Smith is affiliated with Sigma Chi,
and is now working for an insurance
company In Detroit. Anna Jean
Leech, '34, a member of Delta Gam-
ma sorority, announced her betrothal
on Jan. 1 to Donald Christian, also
of Detroit.
A number of alumni also chose
the holiday atmosphere to make
known engagements or marriages.
The wedding of Marion H. Shep-
ard, '31-'32, Lakewood, Ohio, and
Westfield, New York. Miss Shepard
was a sports reporter on the Daily
and a committee member for the
1932 Freshman pageant while on
campus.
Married here during Christmas va-
cation were Gerald Gruitch, '33, and
Ruth Lovejoy, '33. Mr. Gruitch is a
member of Phi Kappa fraternity.
The engagement of Dalies Frantz,
Ann Arbor, well known in musical
circles, to Miss Martha King, De-
trait, was made known last Saturday.
. Ws King is a teacher at Haback
Basin, Wyo., and Mr. Frantz, a grad-
i1 toe of the University School of
Music, is one of the prominent
younger pianists in the State.
Mr. Frantz gave several recitals
here besides his graduation recital,
4l1 of which have been well received
by critics. The Schubert Memorial
Association Award was given to him
last May, and the National Federa-
#gn of Music clubs awarded to him
the young artists' prize.
Announcement of the marriage of
another former student, Dr. Edwin
Fenton, '24-'27, to Miss Kathryn
~.Chase, Detroit, was received here
yesterday. The wedding was solemn-
Jzed Friday at the home of the
Yellow Attains New
PopularityIn Bright
Frocks For Spring
Yellow, the forgotten color, is being
popularized in time to herald the
earliest daffodils. Its gay note is
seen in gowns for all occasions, and
the smartest accessories are copying
cMnary hues.
For formal wear any young, gay
thing would have chosen the cream
lace Grecian model we found, with a
pale yellow slip giving the only tint,
and skillfully cut draperies making
off the shoulder sleeves, and a hint
of a train. The barefoot satin san-
dals, with beaded trim, were in yellow
to match.
Moss silk, that looks like a woolen
afternoon wear, in prints, and plaids,
with contrasting touches of lace and
light fabrics. Black combined with a
maize print to make a frock of tiny
vertical tucks, with a pleated cavalier
fll over each wrist. And with this
toye one can wear a large felt hat
with a rolled gaucho band trim that
adds a jaunty air to the ensemble.
And no smart young student of the,
beaches will find herself lacking a

closely woven beach dress that takes
the place of the pajamas worn dur-
ing the past summers. In a Florida
bound trunk we glimpsed a yellow
peasant weave model with huge
brown buttons the full length of the
back. A proportionately large bib can
be buttoned over the low back of
the robe when the sun becomes too
hot.
Mrs. Sturgis Gives Tea
For Milwaukee Friend
Mrs. Cyrus C. Sturgis entertained
at tea recently at her Stratford Ave-
n~ue home, complimenting Mrs. Carl
Eberbach, Milwaukee, who, with Dr.
Eberbach, has been spending the hol-
idays with his mother and sister,
Ms. Ottmar Eberbach and Miss
Lynda Eberbach, at the latter's home
in Hiilidene Manor.

I bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
erick Froberg, by the Rev. Ralph P.
Claggett, Highland Park, a cousin of
the groom.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Alice G. Fenton, formerly of Ann Ar-
bor, and the late Dr. Franklin T.
Fenton formerly of Ann Arbor, and
a brother of Mrs. Floyd N. Calhoon,
also of this city. He is a graduate of
Ann Arbor High School, and after
his arts course at the University at-
tended Hahnemann Medical College
in Philadelphia, where he affiliated
with Phi Epsilon Rho.
He served his internship at Grace
Hospital, Detroit, and is now prac-
ticing with his brother, Dr. Russell
F. Fenton at their Detroit offices.
Prof. and Mrs. Calhoon attended
the wedding.
The couple will be at home at
12739 Hubbell Ave., Detroit after a
short wedding trip to Chicago, it was
announced.
Women's Glee Club
In Spring Concerts
Plans for a series of second-semes-
ter public concerts by the Univer-
sity Women's Glee Club were for-
mulated tentatively at the club's
meeting last night in the League.
The first scheduled concert will be
presented Feb. 13 before the Ann Ar-
bor Women's Club. Others are
planned to be given in the spring in
Hill Auditorium and Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre, according to Maxine
Maynard, '35, president of the glee
club.
11 Duce Suggests
New Arm Revision
ROME, Jan. 3.-OP)-A revision of
arms figures calculated to strike a
satisfactory balance among national
armaments, rather than a wholesale
slash previously favored by Italy, was
said authoritatively today to have
been suggested by Premier Mussolini
to Sir John Simon, the British for-
eign secretary.
The two statesmen conferred for
more than two hours this afternoon
seeking a way of solving the present
Francho-German deadlock on dis-
armament and exchanged ideas re-
garding the Italian Premier's dh-
mands for League of Nation Reforms.
An official communique issued to-
night says they had a "cordial col-
loquy" and will meet again tomorrow
morning.
A student at Marshall College is
earning his way through college by
embalming cats to sell to anatomy
students.

Women's Clubs
Open New Year
With Meetirngs
White And Slossol Will
Talk At A.A.U.W. Meet-
ing Saturday
After the holiday interruption, Ann
Arbor clubs will resume their pro-
grams this week with a number of
interesting events.
Prof. Alfred H. White of the chem-
ical engineering department and
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-
tory department will represent op-
posing attitudes on the subject "Why
Arm?" in a symposium Saturday at
the meeting of the American Associa-
tion of University Women. The meet-
ing, to be held at the League, will
begin with a luncheon at 12:15 p. in.,
and is open to the public. The Inter-
national Relations group, headed by
Mrs. Otto W. Haisley, is in charge of
the program.
The Faculty Women's Club will
sponsor another in its series of
dances next Tuesday night at the
Union. Faculty members, graduate
students, and alumni are invited to
attend.
The Ann Arbor Women's Club will
begin the new year with a meeting
at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday in the ballroom
of the League. The American Home
department has arranged the pro-
gram, under Mrs. Peter F. Stair, di-
rector, and Mrs. Charles Fisher, home
division chairman. Dean William
Whitehouse of Albion College will be
the guest speaker, addressing the
club on "The Emergent Home."
J. L. Kalle, of the J. L. Hudson
Company in Detroit, will talk on
"Decorating the Small Home" at a
meeting of the Michigan Dames
Tuesday night in the League. All
wives of students are invited. Mrs.
Daniel D. Gage is president.
A supper meeting will be held Wed-
nesday night at the Union by the
Junior group of the American Asso-
ciation of University Women. Prof.
Howard Mumford Jones of the Eng-
lish department will speak on "Re-
cent Trends in Literature," a con-
tinuation of the year's program, "Re-
cent Trends and Modern Develop-
ments."
SENTENCES FRIEND
TOLEDO, Jan. 3- (P) - Judge
Roy Stuart, of Common Pleas Court,
today pronounced the sentence of
death on a boyhood friend, Joseph
(Wop) English, convicted in Novem-'
ber for the murder of Jack Kennedy,
night club owner.
Today's sentence fixes the electro-
cution for April 20. The Kennedy
slaying occurred last June.

Colorfid Note For
Winter Wardrobes
We don't blame you for feeling v
little down in the mouth if everyone
has pulled piles and piles of new
gowns out of the old trunk and while
old man Depression has you still
wearing the same models that you
brought blithely out of school in
September. Still, there are always lots
of ways to brighten up the old frocks
and add a bit of spice to life.
A favorite method is to add a new
scarf or one of the new new scarf and
hat sets to the campus ensemble
These come in the brightest of soft
wools and sometimes even have
gloves to match. Another colorful
note is found in a new blouse or
sweater. These are especially striking
since the newest ones are featured
checks or plaids and are popular in
this weather because many of them
are of soft wool and other practical
materials.
As for sweaters, the twin type is
still as good as ever and bright colors
seem to hit the right spot, the last
resort is a new collar and cuff set
of white satin, silk, or velvet, or in
angora wool.
Of course if it's a dressier outfit
that you want touched up, there's
nothing like a bit of metallic cloth
to do the trick. A rather elaborate
collar of the sparkly stuff adds the
desired touch, while even more pop-
ular is the lame blouse which is most
appropriate for wear with the rather
formal suit.
Also, speaking of the metallic
touch, a few sequins judiciously dis-
tributed will bring a slightly passe
evening frock right up to date, or, if
you don't favor sequins, try a tiara,
you've no idea how regal they make
you feel.
Resume Series
OfDances At
Union riday
The regular series of week-end
dances held in the Union ballroom
will be resumed after a three-week
recess Friday night when the Michi-
gan Union band, under the direction
of Bob Steinle, will play for the
dancers from nine to one o'clock, ac.-
cording to an announcement made
yesterday. afternoon by Richard
Shoupe, '35, student executive com-
mitteeman.'
Shoupe said that a restricted num-
ber of tickets would be sold. He pre-
dicted a complete sell-out and urged
that students purchase tickets beforc
Friday.
There will also be a dance Satur-
day night, it was stated.

Accessories

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Ai igelescii Cabinet JDetroit Woman To
In Rumania Falls Visit Washington
EUCHAREST, Rumania, Jan. 3.- Mrs. Joseph S. Stringham, of Fiske
-The government of Constantine Drive, Detroit, who left Monday on a
,n,;elescu resigned today after a ca- business trip to Philadelphia will go
re A of less than five days. from there to Washington for a visit
Although the adminrstration was with Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenburg.
frankly described as temporary when Mrs. Stringham and Mrs. Vanden-
King Carol named the former minis- I burg were riends when they were
both students at the University.
ter of education to succeed the assas-
sinated premier Ion G. Duca, compli- F
caton deelpedevn sonr tan FAINTING OUT OF STYLE
cations developed even sooner than (By Intercollegiate Press)
many political circles expected. NEW YORK, Jan. 3.-Fainting is
The resigning minister of com- out for the modern college girl. This,
merce, George Patarescu, was imme- at least, is the opinion of Dr. Gul-
diately commissioned by the monarch ielma Alsop, resident physician at
to form a new cabinet, and he took Bardnard.
the oath of office this evening. Girls who enter college today are
In several auarters Patarescu was far healthier than those who entered
expected to pursue a vigorous cam- ten years ago, the physician said.
paign against the anti-Semitic and They do not faint, never have
Nazi Iron Guard, a member of which headaches, do not burst into tears
killed the former premier Dec. 29. and a good portion of them can be
rated in very good health.
"The common cold," said Dr. Al-
To Hold Officers Dinner

Popenoe Discusses
Relations Of Family
Neither the husband nor wife can
rule the home and expect a happy
ending, says Dr. Paul Popenoe, direc-
tor of the Institute of Family Rela-
tions, in an article in the Sociclogy
and Social Research magazine re-
cently. Dr. Popenoe bases his state-
ment on the results of dat a distrib-
uted by students of Oklahoma Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College and
Columbia University.

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According to his findings, only
three-fifths of man-dominated un-
ions are successful, and less than
one-half of marriages dominated by
the wife are happy, while nin-
tenths of the 50-50 marriages are
happy.
sop, "is our biggest health hazard in
college. Young people are more sus-
ceptible to colds than older persons,
and some college girls are found to
be cold carriers."

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And Ball At Detroit Club
The most important coming event
at the Detroit Yacht Club is the of-
ficers' dinner-ball which is to take
place on the night of Thursday, Jan.
18.
Other parties are the mixed bridge
this evening, a dinner dance Friday.
and an old time dinner and dance
on Thursday, Jan. 11.

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How Many
DRESSESf
Can You Use?
Is your winter wardrobe sadly depleted,...
you wishing for new dresses that will car
smartly into early Spring - This College
clearance is the answer to your fashion hop
DRESSES for Afternoons
DRESSES for Street Wear
DRESSES for Sports Wear
And Grand Formal DRESSES
One-of-a-kind styles-individually selectedf
of the season's leading styles. Black, brown
and the smart high shades and combinatior

College Shops
Blouses
Reduced Prices for Clearance
14 blcuss are now priced $2.39
and 15 are $3.39 -- c:onsider -
ably less than regular. Lovely
and are dressy and tailored blouses
rry youwhich will "spruce-up" your
ry winter class-room costumes.
e Shop
pes. Skirts at
Only 3 skirts at the clearance
price - get one and combine
it with a blouse - get a new
Dresses costume very economically.

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Main Store Groups Drastically Reduced

GROUP I
VALUES TO $29.75
$10.45

GROUP II
VALUES TO $19.75
$8.45

GROUP III
SA U -DAY NIGHTS
1-2 rice

WOOL DRESSES - WINTE R SUITS

25% OFF ON ANNEX STOCK OF SWEATERS AND SKIRTS

ROBES and PAJAMAS

Velveteen, Jersey, Flannel, Crepe

1- off

Dresses and Wools.
Group of
DRESSES
Group of
DRESSES
Group of
DRESSES

29

25

RUDOLPH'S
BEAUTY SHOP

$1398
$1698
$1998

45 PAIRS
Walking Shoes
24 pairs are black leather and
21 pairs are brown - the shoes
have leather heel of just the
comfortbale height to make
walking a pleasure. Choose
early to be more sure of getting
your size.
Other Clearance Priced
Groups of Footwear at
$3.85 $4.85 $5.85

13 prs. WOOL GLOVES and Mittens

!1 II

NECKWEAR SCARFS and COLLAR & CUFF SETS 1-4 off
BLOUSES CREPES, SATINS, VELVETEEN, LINEN 1.4 off
GLOVES BROWN and BLACK FABRIC $1.59 VALUES 79c

SPECIALLY
PRICED

IN THE "LURE of EVE" SALON

SALE OF BLENDED COSMETICS

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PERMANENTS
FINGER WAVES

$1.50 Powder ....
$1.00 Cream Rouge. . . .
$1.00 Compact Rouge . .
$1.00 Lipsticks ........

..$1.15
. 79c
. .. .79c
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$1.00 Cleansing Cream (4 o
$1.40 Cleansing Cream (6oz
$1.00 Powder Base.......
$1.00 Skin Tonic ...,.... .

z.). 79c
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.79c
. 79c

Soft Water Shampoos

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