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DECEMBER 19, 1934

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Dr. Lombard
Will Speak At
Leaguie Today

Most Fashionable

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ectiye Exercises Prove Dinner Jacket Is
Beneficial To Many Students Decreed Informal
By Style Authority

Adelphi Hears Jordan Entertains
At Dinner Tonight

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Authority On Etchings
Lecture At Exhibit
Ann Arbor Artists

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Of

Dr. Warren P. Lombard, who is a
authority on etchings, will talk a
the Michigan League at 8 p.m. to
night. The lecture will be given a
the exhibit of Ann Arbor artists' wor
and will be held in the Ethel Foun
tain Hussey Room. The affair, whic-
will be open to the public, will be in
formal, and all who are interestec
are invited to remain after the tall
to meet the artists whose work wil
be on display.
The speaker, who is an artist as wel
as a critic, has chosen for his sub-
ject, "The Processes Involved in Mak-
ing an Etching." Dr. Lombard ha
several of his own etchings in the
exhibit, but some of his best are now
being shown in the Michigan Artists
Exhibit at the Detroit Institute of
Arts. He has done some of his worl
here, and much of it has been done
on a fishing island off the Maine
coast where he spends his summers.
Dr. Lombard speaks highly of the
works that are now on exhibition at
the League and says that it is a great
distinction for Ann Arbor to have
such a varied display of local artistic
talent. These etchings and paint-
ings are being shown in the concourse
and in the Grand Rapids Room.
Carl Milles, the sculptpr, and Zolt-
an Sepeshy, painter, are exhibiting
some of their work as the opening
display. These two famous artists
are from the Cranbrool Academy of
Art. Prof. Myron B. Chapin is also
exhibiting some of his work, and, ac-
cording to Prof. Emil Lorch, head of
the College of Architecture, he has
recently been asked to contribute a
watercolor to the winter exhibition
of the Wilmington Society of Fine
Arts at Wilmington, Delaware.
4Cousins Compare
A merican, Oriental
CollegeEducation
By JANE SCHNEIDER
Among the foreign students who
came to the University for the first
time last September were Chao -suan
Lee and her cousin, Chen Ling Lee.
Because of their close relationship
they have/ not been as homesick as
the majority of students who come
from the Far East with no connections
here.
Both women come from the Kingsu
province, attended the same elemen-
tary schools and graduated from the
same university, the National Cen-
tury University at Nanking. Miss
Chen Ling Lee was graduated from
the law schools there two years ago,
and her cousin, who finished the year
before, concentrated in accounting
and statistics.
Following her graduation, Chen
Ling taught English in Nantung in
the normal school there for girls.,
Chao Hsuan acted as assistant i the
Central Political Institution for two
years, but last year taught English
and bookkeeping at the girls school
in Nantung.
The two women are at present con-
centrating in economics, for they
feel that such preparation as the Uni-
versity affords them will be of great
assistance in their future work in
China.
In discussing the difference be-
tween universities here and in China,
Chao Hsuan said, "In general, the
universities here are much larger,
education is more active in that the
students are more interested in uni-
versity training." They find it dif-

By JOSEPHINE McLEAN 1 dent who was graded a C at the be-'
Glancing through the plate glass ginning of the semester is often rated By MUDWWK WARNER, Jr.
doors of the Correctives Room in an A by the middle of the term." The holiday season is annually the
Barbour Gymnasium, one wonders if The greater part of the posture ex- time for argument over correctness
the women therein are not sacrificing ercises are given on plinths, tables in formal attire and the startling fact
a sane mind for a sound body. with mats, as Miss Beise believes that even full dress is subject to1
asera mindenor a fsoun mebddy s standing up exercises tend to empha- change brings this matter up for
Several students of tremendous size rather than eliminate the faults. some sort of discussion.I
proportions "hitch" across the floor.
in a close race. Handicapped as they Posture exercises resulting in the It is only too well-known that the
ia' bylteracs.Hadingppedtaout- ymost stiffness are executed on the tailcoat is now the only strictly for-
are by their sitting position, st all bars. Once the student is able mal dress in the gentleman's ward-I
g stretched legs and akimbo arms, they to bring his knees up to his chest 20 robe. The dinner jacket, be it double-
progress jerkily. m times in succession he progresses to breasted or single, has become an In-
Corpulent women in the center of the next exercise, formal garment, sartorially speaking.
the room skip rope with a dexterity - "This exercise is so difficult no stu- lgeenigt se ng
and swiftness that proves they are dent has completed it as yet," Miss Use Midnight he
acccmplished at this art. If they Beise stated. "It consists in touch- What comes now as the newest
trip, they do not pause for rest, but ing the bar from which you are corollary in formal dress is the ad-
renew their antics with an increased hanging with your feet all the while tentaoa inpah te bcoe
madness. keeping your knees stiff. the tailcoat in place of the conve rt-
Miss Dorothy Beise, instructor in "We are certain that women bene- tional black. This color, under ati-
physical education, who is in charge fit from these corrective exercises," fhoal lighting, appears more black
cf the Correctives department, ex- Miss Beise said, "and since almost an black itself, which quite often
plained these phenomena. ; all of them elect the course the see- tends to turn a bit greenish or grey}
p under like conditions. Custom tail-
Supervise Reducing o.ndsemester we conclude that they ors already are producing a larger
We cooperate with the Uetversitypercentage of clothes for evening
Hospital in matters of reducing," she wear in this color, and this is fair
said. "They regulate the diet, and Alpha Nu Pleddes warning to those who have their din-
we supervise the exercise." °I1, b Iner-jackets or tailcoats tucked away
"We have been most successful," To Debate onight in moth balls to give them plenty of
she continued. "Every one has lost use during the next few weeks as they
at least five pounds and one student temore than likely will be obsolete by
has lost as much as 35 pounds." Alpha Nu will hold the last of the next year.
"But not everyone is here for re- series of pledge debates tonight in Those who are still wearing formal
ducing," declared Miss Beise. She the Alpha Nu room on the fourth clothes of several years ,vintage will
pointed out two frail women seated floor of Angell Hall. The question find that the shiny lapels on their
in the corner playing checkers with is "Resolved, That the present relief coats have since been superceded by
their feet. agencies of the Federal government lapels of a dull grosgrain. The old
The board dotted with corks lies should be abandoned with the expira- satin lapel with its mirror-like quali-
on the floor between them. The men tion of the present appropriations." ties has definitely been relegated to
upon reaching the opponent's base John Patterson, '36, Roman Wia- the heap where the old red flannels
are crowned with thumb tacks instead trowski, '36, and Randall Jones, '38, and their kin now repose.
of one of their own number. will debate against Paul Harvey, '36, Pleated Shirt Popular
Strengthening Ankles Lowell Krieg, '38, and William Orr, Still further on the subject of dress
"Lifting the corks by means of the as chairman. The public as well as wear, double-breasted dinner-jackets
feet increases the flexibility of the all members of the organization is are making themselves an important
foot and ankle muscles," explained welcome to attend. place in everyone's wardrobe. With
Miss Beise. the tailcoat's proper return to su-
"Walking with the feet 'cupped'# MEETING premacy, the dinner-jacket becomes
has the same effect. This exercise POSTPONED less formal in its double-breasted
is assigned to women wanting to 'The meeting of the Women's Fresh- form and presents the height of com-
strengthen their feet and ankles for man Dramatics Group, originally fort without the least loss of prestige.
ice skating and diving. scheduled for today, has been post- The turned-down collar and soft
"Hit pin baseball is the most ex- poned until Jan. 9. On that day it shirt, preferably pleated, have come
citing of our foot and ankle exercises," will be held at 4:30 p.m. at the into equal vogue.
Miss Beise went on to say. "The bat- League. And to go with the dark blue full
ter at home plate throws the cork dress, the latest creation of the fash-
with his foot and proceeds heel-toe to FIND WIDOW WAS SLAIN ion experts is the guard's model over-
first base which is marked by a ten BATH, N. Y., Dec. 18 --OP)- The coat in dark blue chinchilla or other
pin." death of Mrs. George H. Parker, soft textured materials. The coat
Footprints of the individual are wealthy 72-year-old widow who was worn by the British Regimental
made at the beginning, middle, and found lying in the living room of her Guards was taken as a model for this
end of each semester. These compari- 14-room home Monday night, was one which features the pleated back
sons serve as check-ups for the in- ,declared "deliberate and premeditated and the button placing that gives a
structor and stimulate the interest of murder" by investigating authori- "chesty" effect. It is difficult to say
the student. tiesdtoday. She was beaten on the that the Chesterfield is out, because
Posture Improves head and her skull badly gashed. it will always remain as one of the

German Trip

Charles A. Orr, of the economics
department. discussed "Fascism and
Germany". last night a t a regular
meeting of Adelphi. Mr. Our continued
at this time the talk which he began
at the Adelphi meeting two weeks ago
in which he described various experi-
ences of his trip abroad.
He described Fascism as a move-
mient of the middle class financed by
capitalists and aiming to overcome
the strong democratic movement of
the working group. It is supported by
armed force and attempts to ally itself
with the church, he said. Mr. Orr at-
tributed the great success of the'
movement in Italy partly to the fact
of the existence there of one strong
organized church.
In addition to a study of Fascism
itself, Mr. Orr gave a survey of Hitler's
rise to r.ower and of the various forces
of unrest now at work in Germany.
smartest looking pieces of clothing in
the gentleman's wardrobe
The correct hat is the collapsible
opera hat, more commonly known as
the "topper." This is decidedly more
suitable, especially for young men,
than the high silk hat which seems
to be favored most by the diplomat
and his colleagues. The derby, bowl-
er, or what you will, is emphatically
out in reference to formal attire, even
though your best-dressed friend may
appear, with one. For wear with the
dinner-jacket, the black felt homburg
has been seen in 'abundance as well
as the top hat.
LINKED WITH RANSOM
DENVE , Colo., Dec. 18 -(P)- An
affidavit, outlining the manner in
which Ben Laska, veteran Denver at-
torney, allegedly received part of the
Charles F. Urschel ransom money was
disclosed today by government Drose-
cutors.

The residents of Jordan Hall are
holding their annual Christmas din-
ner and dance tonight. Thirty guests
have been invited for dinner. There
will be dancing from 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. with Max Crosman at the piano.
Miss Isabel Dudley, social director of
the ball, and Miss Cile Miller, jun-
ior director are to be the chaperones.
Both the living room and the din-
ing rooms are to be decorated with
Christmas trees and the tables will be
decorated with tapers. Marian
Brocke, '35, social chairman is in
charge of the arrangements.
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Declared by a Paris coutrier the
world's best dressed woman, Mrs.
Harrison Williams is shown as she
arrived in New York after a sojourn
abroad. She is wearing a black crepe
de chine blouse figured in white and
green, black checkered wool skirt,
green scarf, three-quarter length top-
coat of broadtail, black felt tricorne
hat with black lacquer bird trimmings,
beige hose, black lizard buckled ox-
fords, and black suede gloves.

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Christmas Party Held
By Medical Fraternity
Phi Rho Sigma medical fraternity
held a Christmas party yesterday, of
which Edward Weinman, '35M, was
in charge. A buffet supper was given
and an exchange of gifts made. There
was also special Christmas music.
After the party, the gifts and the
Christmas tree were given to the
Galens children.
ALPHA PHI
Members of Alpha Phi sorority en-
tertained faculty members at a for-
mal dinner yesterday. Guests were
Dean and Mrs. Edward Kraus, Joseph
Kollenbeck, and Arthur Cross.

EAT, DRINK,
AND BE MERRY !
with Holiday cakes and ales,
but remember! At college you
require a steady diet of good
food. To make sure of the
latter, come down and enjoy
the food and service at the-
Michigan Wolverine
The Organization Always
Welcomes You!
LANE HALL

THIS CHRISTMAS
* No need to tear your hair
Give Phoenix Hosiery!
"Gadabout" dulSheers-a'
beautifully Sheer Shad
owless Phoenix hose-1
is sure to please her. k
Has that expensive look that
only grenadine twist hose
have.
MAIN FLOOR
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ficult to adjust themselves to the
large classes here.
"The women in the United States
are more independent than at home,"
said Chen Ling, "for in China educa-
tion courses are the most popular
for women. Very few women can be
found in business." Both Chen Ling
and Chao Hsuan intend to prepare
for further teaching when they re-
turn to China after two or three
years in the University.

"The most remarkable improv
ment is shown in our posture classe
said Miss Beise. "We check-up1
silhouttes which show that the st
~ Where To Go,
Motion Pictures: Wuerth, "F
Over Frisco" with Bette Davis a
"You Belong To Me" with Lee Trac
Majestic, "One Night of Love" wi
Grace Moore and "Cheating Chea
ers" with Fay Wray; Michigan, "Fl
tation Walk" with Dick Powell; Wh
ney, "One More River" and "Geor
White's Scandals."

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LAST MINUTE
GIFT SUGGESTIONS.

-To tuck in the corner of your bag
for someone you've forgotten.

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Velveteen, $6 to $7.95
Flannel and Silks
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DRESSING GOWNS
Soft Crepes with the
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To "Tuck Away" in your bag
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The "Dexdale Twins"
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