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february 10. 1934

the michigzan daily

page nine

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Inde ende1its vis, '34; Virginia Callow, '37; Phylis Roger McMahon, Grand Rapids; and
Hoor, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Deckler, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Schmeliker,
and R.O.T.(C. '35; Anne Richardson, Dearborn; Grand Rapids.
(Continued from Page Six) Gertrude Donnelly, Ann Arbor; Dor- Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cavanaugh,
Among those to be present at the othy Beise, Ann Arbor; Marie Hart- Ann Arbor, are chaperoning.
J-Hop are: Viola Sanderson, Ann Ar- wig, Ann Arbor; and Maryetta Roop,
bor; Claire Glowacki, '34; Wanda Toledo.
Dlugolenski, Ann Arbor; Constance The patrons are Col. and Mrs. F. political story
Falba, Grand Rapids; Gladys Mc- C. Rogers. A professor once asked his stu-
Leod, Ann Arbor; Lucille Jetter, '34; dents to write on some phase of the
Helyn Zuber, Battle Creek; Winnie Pi Kappa Alpha elephant. An English student report-
Weisse, Ann Arbor; Dorothy Bolin, Guests of the house are Virginia ed on "Hunting the Elephant in His
Toledo; Marabel Bennet, '37; Lois Baker; Gladys Schroeder, Plymouth; Native Lair." The Frenchman's re-
Heffron, '35; Pauline Ladyman, Kal- Yvonne Watson, '34; Helen Mary Ny- port: "The Love Life of the Ele-
amazoo; Grace McMahon, Bowling land, '36; Betsy Molsberry, Colum- phant." The German's: "Critique of
Green, O.; Pauline Heverly, Kalama- bus, O. the Elephant's Brain" (in 12 vol-
zoo; Bernice Crosby, Fort Wayne; nines). The Russian's; "Will the Ele-
Eleanor Blum, '35; Pauline Scheidt, ADDITIONAL PHI KAPPA GUESTS phn BeofService i theecond
Dayton; Elizabeth Bowman, Superior, Additional guests of Phi Kappa fra- Five Year Plan?" The American's;
Wis.; Ruth Judson, Royal Oak; Irene ternity, reported too late to permit "Bigger and Better Elephants."
Markle, Mt. Pleasant; Elizabeth Mor- their inclusion in the regular list, are
gan, '37, Eleanor Ashley, Detroit; Betty Immel, '35; Mrs. Helen Parker,
Peggy Comey, Grand Rapids; Marion Ann Arbor; Mary Fitzpatrick, '35; unidentified man
McDowell, Howell, Mich.; Edith Da- Alice Martin, Erie, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.


1 O' r
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Although the robins aren't quite
twittering as yet fashion circles
have broadcast that it is to be a
season of jaunty sport wear. All
of which illustrates what we've
been seeing at the Elizabeth Dil-
lon Shop these last few days. The
enthralling stock of suits, smartly
tailored, is only a foil for the
tricky sweaters and skirts, plaid
and plain. The modes follow the
English trend while the yarn tog,
express merry times in unusual
colors, and really swanky knits.
All types can find their little
heart's desires for the coming
We passed windows full of the
newest hats at the Robert's Shop,
and not a mad hatter among
them. But there are spring bon-
nets of imported Toyo cloth, and
an intriguing straw called Balli-
bnntl, both of which lend their
crispness to the newest of models.
As for actual form, Napoleonic
gestures are seen in the off the
face bicorn and tricorn top pieces,
with the gayest of feathers and
bright ornaments. For there's ab-
solutely nothing to equal a new
hat in rejuvenating one's morale
while the snow still falls.
"Keep young and beautiful"
goes the popular ditty and fol-
lows with explicit details. So while
singing blithely why not jaunt
down to Pauline's beauty shop for
a real work out. From facial
through a finger wave the work
is done with the utmost care and
all is made for your individual
beautification. The operators are
expert, the prices needn't even be
mentioned, and by looking around
at the leading gals of campus
land you can discover how charm-
ing the results can be. The name
is Pauline's.

New clothes and the old make-
up? Why, chillun, it simply is not
done by those women who are
particular about their appearance!
No, we're not scolding, but we are
hinting about the tremendous aid
that tohe Lure of Eve Salon in
Jacobson's can give you in the
way of matching your new en-
semble. And in your Easter Bon-
net it would be rather a shame if
your complexion weren't clear and
matching the rest of you to make
the loveliest of tulips rather jeal-
ous? There are rouges, eye shad-
ows, powders, compacts, and per-
fumes galore, just waiting for you.
Few people realize and sympa-
thize with the factors of formal
dressing. But Quarry, Inc., do and
it is shown in their cases and cases
of creams, powders, and perfumes
produced by such well-knowns as
Rubenstein, Marie Earle, Dorothy
Grey, and Elizabeth Arden. One is
sure to find just what one wants
so terrifically in a subtle scent or
delicate rouge. And at the last
moment one can slip a clever com-
pact from Quarry's into the for-
mal bag. P. S. These compacts
make divine Valentine's, too, but
then the masculine contingent
knows about that little matter.
Romance, mystery, serenity -
Gad-About knows what one asks
of a printed page on these dull
evenings after the big event. So
she suggests a journey to the
Printed Page Library in the Ar-
cade. There's not a single new
book by a well-known author that
can't be found on their shelves.
And we all know that there are
times when you have the chair,
the lamp, and the cigs, but alas,
,h, woe, no book! So before you
have time to get caught, meet us
in the Printed Page, and have an
appealing volume suggested.

LOST --Dark blue Eversharp pencil
on campus Thursday a.m. Name,
"Harry Lee French," stamped on
the side. Keepsake. Return to the
Bindery at U. of M. library.
FOR RENT-4-room furnished apart-
ment, first floor, Frigidaire, steam
heat. Ph. 3403. Ingallside Apt.
(Made in China)
"Pied Piper of Bamlin"
"Soviets on Parade"
February 15, 16, 17
Thursday 8:15 p.m.
Friday, Saturday, Two Shows
715 - 90 p.m.
All Seats Reserved 25c
Choose your lipstick
from these
four famous
Rubinstein Reds
Each, 1.00
. Red Poppy, the flaming
youthful shade. Gay and
light-hearted. The cheeriest,
merriest shade.
2. Red Coral, light but less
brilliant than Red Poppy.
Makes lips look provocative,
piquant, irresistible.
3. Red Raspberry, medium.
A shade that is enchanting
but never conspicuous. Con-
servative, but so alluring.
4. Red Geranium, vivid
orange-tinted. Especially flat-
tering to blondes.
Helena Rubinstein's lipsticks
are noted for making what-
ever lips they touch glow with
life and youthful allure. Noted
for their permanency. Noted
for having no purplish under-
tones. Noted for nourishing
lips and protecting them from
wind and weather.
Rouges to match, 1.00
Powders, all shades
1.00 to 3.00

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J-Hop Guests
Only 11x14
Also 3 -8x10inch.. $2.00
Proofs To Choose From.
No Appointment Needed
AmIGA Studio

These New Spring
have just come in-
-and everything about
them is new- The price
is a revelation, too.
-and don't forget that
dresses on Mack's fashion
floor must always have
individuality and charm.
Always the best in f ash-
Other Groups at
7.95 -12.95-14..75
16.75 - 19.75
You'll be interested in the
the new bib effects and
the Jacket and Bolero
types here in many treat-
ments. Of course, all the
necklines are so different
looking you'll want to see
them at once.


a welcome
throw wide your windows. . . drink in
all the brilliant coloring and exuber-
ating freshness of spring . . . and
you'll get the feeling that means
"new clothes"-we know just how to
satisfy it - so make this your head-
quarters for the new season's smart-
c. j. hutzel shops



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