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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

espite Exams
Many Guests
Are Honored

New Version Features Bertes And Buttons

Out-Of-Town Guests And
Faculty Dinners K e e p
chapter Houses Busy
Fraternities and sororities have
been unusually busy with faculty
dinners and rushing dinners. Also,
there have been a number of out-of-
town guests over the week-end as
well as initiations.
Alpha Omicron Pi
The Misses Marion Smith, Chica-
go, Martha Greenshield, Ypsilanti,
and Mary M. Stone, Ypsilanti; were
entertained over the week-end. Helen
E. Gray, '34, is spending the week-
end in Hillsdale.
Betsy Barbour
At the faculty dinner given last
night at Betsy Barbour House these
guests were entertained, Prof. and
Mrs. A. H. White, Prof. and Mrs T.
J. Diekhoff, Prof. and Mrs. E. R.
Sunderland, Prof, and Mrs. W. A.
Reichart, Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Eaton,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hornberger,
Mrs. Howard Holmes, Dexter, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. DeBruine, and Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Long.
Vivian, Vische, '35, planned the
arrangements. The tables were de-
orated with tapers and roses.
Chi Omega
Chi Omega sorority entertained at
a rushing dinner Thursday for 12
guests. The house was decorated
with spring flowers.
Delta Tau Delta
Members of Delta Tau Delta fra-
ternity-will entertain several guests
at a formal dinner tonight before
the Soph Prom. Among those hon-
ored will be Charlotte Rueger, '37,
Virginia Ulrich, '35, Doris Vater, '36,
Charline Charles, '37, Eleanor Blum,
'35, Harriet Brondstetter, '34, and
Marion Donaldson, '37. Out-of-
town guests include the Misses Ruth
Jordan, Royal Oak, and Mona Wash-
er, Ypsilanti.
Helen Newberry
Mrs. George Tousey, director of
Helen Newberry, and Miss Vera
Howard, dormitoryl dietician, were
hostesses yesterday afternoon to the
residents of Helen Newberry at tea.
The guests were received in the
north parlor where Mrs. Tousey pre-
sided over the tea table, set near the
fireplace.
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority en-
tertained at dinner Wednesday for
Dean Alice Lloyd, Miss Jeanette Per-
ry, Miss Byrl Bacher, Miss Ellen B.
Stevenson, and Miss Ethel A. Mc-
Cormick. The home was decorated
with spring flowers and yellow ta-
pers.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
The following professors and their
wives were guests at the faculty din-
ner given Wednesday evening: Dean
and Mrs. James B. Edmonson, Prof.
and Mrs. John L. Brumm, Prof. and
Mrs. Shirley W. Allen, Prof. and Mrs.
Palmer Christian, Dr. and Mrs. Earl
Moore, Prof. and Mrs. Charles B.
Vibbert, Dr. and Mrs. Bennet Wea-
ver, Prof. and Mrs. Alvard Fairbanks,
Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E. Wood and
visiting organist Carl Vibbert.
Pi Beta Phi
Janice Rice, '35 of Algonac Iowa,
was pledged at a ceremony held last
night.
Sigma Kappa
At the meeting of the Mother's
Club on Wednesday, the following
officers were elected: Mrs. W. G. Rob-.
inson, president, Mrs. E. B. Holt,
vice-president, Mrs. T. C. Winton,
secretary, and Mrs. A. Walker, trea-
surer.
Zeta Psi
Ernest G. Hapgood, assistant sec-
retary of Zeta Psi fraternity, has
been visiting at the chapter house
the past few days.

Style Contest
For Students
To End Today
Fashion Hints Given To
Entrants Include Sailor
Collars, Ties, Lacings
Today is the final day for con-
testants to turn in their designs for
the Young American Designers Con-
test at Miss Ethel McCormick's of-
fice in the League.
The contest, which began in De-
cember, was open to any registered
college student. Although many ex-
pected that only women would en-
ter, recent letters from the sponsors
of the contest indicate that there
are several men entrants.
Miss McCormick has been in
charge of, the contest here, and
through her the contestants have
been kept posted on the latest tips
from Paris on styles.1
The prizes for the winners are nu-
merous. To the first-prize winner,
$150 will be awarded. Other prizes
range from $125 to $5. Dresses made
up from the designs submitted by
several of the winners will be given
to them.
The latest style hints sent to en-
trants include suggestions for nau-
tical touches such as sailor ties and
collars and lacings. Pocket details
have been stressed, and stripes, and
removable cape sleeves are good.
Plain crepes with starched and 'net-
like laces for sleeves will be fashion-
able for afternoon wear in the spring.
Miss McCormick emphasized the
need to get the sketches in today,
so that she might send them all in
to the sponsors at one time.
Women's Glee Club
Will Hear Chorus
Members of the University Wo-
men's Glee Club and their patroness-
es will hear the Chrysler Male Cho-
rus Sunday in Ypsilanti as guests of
Dr. Frederick Alexander, head of the
music department of Ypsilanti State
Normal, nationally known for his
choral work.
The chorus of 160 male voices
which is under the sponsorship of
the Chrysler Motor Corporation, De-
troit, will be heard at 3 p. m. in
Piese Auditorium and will be directed
by Thomas Lewis, well-known De-
troit director.
Among the patronesses who will
attend are Dean Alice C. Lloyd, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Mrs. Gerrit Diek-
ema, Miss Ellen Stevenson, Miss
Jeanette Perry, Mrs. Byrl Fox Bach-.
er, Mrs. R. Bishop Canfield, Mrs. A.
H. White, Miss Nora Crane Hunt,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Mary Stew-
art, Prof. Laurie Campbell, and Miss
Irene Field.

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-Associated Press Photo
An interesting example of the scarf and beret ensembles which are
creating bright spots in fashions of the day is pictured at left. Reds
and bright greens are the favored shades. What can be accomplished
with buttons for trimming is shown in the striking creation of green
crepe, at right. The color of the girdle is rust and orange.
Net, Lace Flowery Prints Will
Be Seen In Newest Formals

So you're going to the Soph Prom!
We wonder if you're in despair, the
way we've been so often on the mor-
ning of a big dance, what with one
formal not back from the cleaners
and the disheartening discovery at
the last minute that you must have
dragged the only other presentable
one through some extra muddy mud.
Have you opened a new bottle of
cleaning fluid and attacked the of-
fending spots, or are you planning
to make a hurried trip downtown to
buy another formal, the one that
you've really needed all along any-
way?

wearing or removing the gloves. Pret-
ty clever, isn't it?
Neckline Low
As to cut, of course you know that
one must not allow one's shoulders
to come out before the public gaze
any more than is absolutely neces-
sary. To make up for the covered
shoulders, though, the neckline is
going down, and down, and down.
Instead of coming high in front and
low behind,,the newest evening gown
descends abruptly in both directions.
In fact, that naked look is all the
thing.

igg widely used, as the peal band
maninof~ program last night. worn by Katherine McGregor proved.
Other campus women noted were
classical Society shoWs Etty Lyons, Margaret Cowie, Bar-
M; : Socetara sutherland, Marjorie Beck,
iVivies UOf ExploratiomS Maxine Maynard, Mary Brimijohn,
MardMorrison, and Elizabeth Nicols.
Rolfe A. l'laatvcdt, Grad., exhibited.j yMrioad lzbt ios

Even if you're not that kind of a
person at all, but have had the gown
for the great occasion all laid outA
,for weeks beforehand and your ward- .-
robe so carefully planned that you CLooks
won't need another frock until
spring, you'll probably be interested 1
in hearing the news about the new- oca ouses
est in formal attire.
Net, Lace Prominent
Evening wear is looking toward Prof. R. W. Hammett of the arch-
spring with a vengeance. Materials itectural college entertained 41 stu-
are getting lighter and airier by the dents from the History of Architec-
minute, which proves very practi- ore class Wednesday afternoon at
cal, for a formal new at this point his home on Pontiac Road. The
can be worn far into the spring. Net class lecture in the morning was giv-
and lace have come into prominence en on the Greek Revival Period in
suddenly and are carrying out to America, and in the afternoon the
perfection the new, very feminine, class walked about Ann Arbor, ob-
note. They lend themselves beau- serving local examples of the style.
tifully to cleverly draped effects and Among the 'interesting houses
are lovely in pastel shades, as well .pointed out were the President's res-
as in black, which seems to be en- idence on South University Avenue;
joying even more than its usual pop- a temple-type house on Division St.;

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ularity.
We are also due to blossom forth
in prints at this season, extra gay
ones, from all we have seen so far.
The very most "ultra" print gowns
are showing long gloves of the same
material, usually elbow length. If
you crave a little variety, however,
you may wear your gloves even long-r
er, until they almost connect with
the gown, and then you have a long
sleeved formal, or not, by merely

SUPPER DANCING
Friday 9:30 - 1:30 Saturday 9:30 - 12:30 Sunday 6:00. 11:00
Dinner Dancing Friday and Saturday 6:00 - 7:30
at
Aim Arbor's Large.st Rctauralit -- Etablislhd 1899J
Music by MARVIN DRUCKENBROI'S Orchestra
from Two on, for the
J-HOIPBREAKFASIT5c
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the former Judge Wilson residence,
also on Division Street; the Frost
house on Pontiac Road; and finally
the .old Betsy Mason house, recently
restored by Professor and Mrs. Ham-
mett.
Prof. George Brigham also accom-
panied the group. Tea was served
after the trip by Mrs. Hammett, as-
sisted by Mrs. Brigham.
JAPANESE CO-ED SCIIOLAR
The male students at Nuij Uni-
versity, Japan, received a severe jolt
recently when a co-ed captured first
honors in scholarship. The result
was that the men were more than
ever convinced that a co-ed was a
superfluous figure on a university
campus.
L.E
WEEK-END SALE,
Friday and Saturday
DRESSES
SILKS and WOOLS
One Lot at
I $5,00
PURSES
I Wide Variety
formerly La to $5.00
$l00and$2.00,
KID GLOVES $1.29.

Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Son
of a Sailor" with Joe E. Brown; Ma-
jestic, "Flying Down to Rio" with
Dolores Del Rio and Gene Raymond;
Whitney, "Unknown Valley" and
"Soldiers of the Storm."
Dancing: Soph Prom at Union,
League, Hut, Dixie Inn, Chubb's,
Preketes, Joe Parker's.
Comedy Club: "Last of Mrs. Chey-
ney" at 8:15 p. m. in Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
A Smart Girl's
New Year's
Resolution -
"1 resolve to wear
MD RIPE
STOCKINGS
every daym-so I'll look

MILK-ICE CREAMI

my smartest and
"more socki
mileage.'

get
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