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WUARY 10, 1935

~HE *IAILY PAGE FTV

ThirdDance Of
Series Held By
Faculty-Aluimni

ReacihClothes tspayed At Miami By Charming Girls

Women's Club Sponsors
Event Held Last Night
In Union Ballroomr
Members of the faculty and alumni
of the University held the third of a'
series of five dances from 9 p.m. to
midnight yesterday in the ballroom f
of the Union. Music was furnished byY
the Union Orchestra.;
Mrs. W. V. Marshall, chairman of
the committee for the dance appeared
in a royal blue formal with a ruffle ex-s
tending from the front down the low
neckline in back of the dress. Another
ruffle was around the bottom of the
skirt. Mrs Paul C. Wagner, a com-
mittee member, was charminglyr
dressed in a white crepe with an un-
usual stand-up collar..
Dinners Precede Dance
Among those entertaining at din-
ners preceding the dance was Mrs.
Charles L. Jamison, who wore a dis-
tinctive gown of white crepe, with a
collar dropping over the shoulders and
edged in mink. Mrs. Newton S. Be-
ment who held a dinner in one of the
small dining rooms of the Union chose:
black with two bands of white around
the sleeves and a white belt.
Mrs. Arthur Copeland was seen in ! The young w men acs'quni ng
a formal of white with a flounce of Beach, Sylvia Smith of Santa i,
white lace at the bottom of the skirt. mingham, Ala. They are wearing I
With this Mrs. Copeland wore small by all of us at ncrthern resorts.
white flowers at the front of thes
neck and also in her hair.«
Other members of th ecommittee, rints A re Po
who are also members of the Faculty I n s A rP P
Woman's Club, noticed on the dance
floor were Mrs. Donal Haines and ShowingsAO2
Mrs. Charles L. Brown. Mrs. Haines
was dressed in gold lame and black
was chosen by Mrs. Brown. Mrs. L. In spite of the sloppy weather we
F. Rittershofer also wore black with have been enjoying for the last few
a touch of gold at the neck. weeks, spring is officially here in the
Mrs( Angell Wears Lace dress shops. Prints are burgeoning
Beige la~e was worn by Mrs. Rob- on every hand. Many and varied are
ert C. Angell, with capelets over the the innovations, but the old standbys
arms. A sash of light green velvet are still with us.
added a contrast to the beige color. Polka dots are very prevalent, most-
Dr. Helene Schutz appeared in a ly in white on a black, brown or navy
tunic dress, the top of which was sil- blue background. There are also
ver lame over a black skirt. Long however, many in bright colors on
sleeves and a high neckline was dark backgrounds, with belts or othe
featured. accessories in the bright shades. One

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New Policy Allows Men More J-Hop Tickets,
Use-OfW.A.A._Bowling Allies Set At $5.50,
We have adopted a new and more entered this tournament. Tean com- On Sale No
lib-ral policy concerning the use by petition has reolaced ;he former indi--;
men of the W.A.A. bowling alleys,"de-'vidual competition. | The price of J-Hop tickets I
clared Miss Dorothy Beise, instructor The alleys are oven to Ann Arbor: again been set at $5.50 it was a
in physical education. iesiclents as well as iudents. The i nouncec] yesterday by Edward
"Whult men who must at all Michigan DaniS and Tea(chers G Iro Litchfield, chairman.
Limes be a conmpanied by a woman, bowl regularly while hostesses some- #Until Jan. 19 tickets for the F
wete only allowed to bcwl at night, times substitute this sport for the 8 event will be sold exclusively
from niwcv on they will be peimitted custcinary bridge tea. .t-uniors, but after that date will be
o use the'alleys in the afternoon.' T le:: Satarday Nights o eneral sale. Those planning to a
The man," she continued, "who The alleys are open iom 4 to 6 tena the dance are urged to get th
aiakes the highest score during the p.m. every afternoon except Satur- tickets early, as an early sell-out
we k will be honored with a free hour I day at which time they are ready for expected. Last year J-Hop tick-
of bowling." The women have com- use an hour earlier. For the first were gone 10 days before the dance
peted for a similar award since the time the alleys will be available from Selection of bands is not yet de
c.-cpning of the alleys last fall. 'I to 9 p.m. Saturday night. They will ;ite. but will be announced Frid;
continue as usual to be open from Litchfield said. Plans for booths a
Men Triumph 7 to 9 p.m. every other night of the I tieds . a ns or rapidl
As a result of the bowling match I week. idecorationsm are progressing rapidl
between the Michigan Union teems A man familiar with the technique following committee mtinmbers:
ann. the W.A.A. teams held last' fall ! of this sport will instruct beginners. lam R. Bagby, Raymond G. M un
at the Union Open House wherein the Jane Haber, '36, W.A.A. bowling man-R
men iiumphed, the women will chal- ager and Miss Beise assist. Pin boys Charles .. Frick, Richard H. Gel
lenge them to a return contest, work in the alleys at all times, there-
ensrneyer, Irving F. Levitt, Edward
The chalhenging team will be com- by facilitating the playing. Litchfield, C. F. Marshner, Rob
posed of the students who made the Women students are charged five L. Morris, Harold W. Nixon, Dorot
highest sccre during the intramural cents per string in the afternoon and Roth, Robert Speer, K iiksood W
tomunament. Approximately 20 house110 cents in the evenings. Men pay 15 ley, Helen Zeck and George S. Har
teams with three members each have cents per string at all times.

-Associated Press Photo
a tan in the Florida sun are, left to right: Marjorie Carrell of Miami
onica, Calif., Margaut Wiley cf Miami Beach, and Virginia King of Bir-
hc; latest in beach togs whiclh foreshadow the attire to be worn this summer

Business Club
Hears Adldress
On Jury Lawl

lar In Early
Sp r ing Dresses

Members of the Ann Arbor Busi-
~ (1 ness and Professional Women's Club
)r. Coons Marries heard an address by Mrs. Jean
E' ' Y WFk 0s 0 g IChamberlain of Detroit Tuesday at
the League. She spoke on the efforts'
to remove politics from the courts.
The marriage of two physicians, Dr. Mrs. Chamberlain is the first wom-
Susan Coons to Dr. John E. Dees took an to serve in the United States
place Monday, Jan. 9. Dr. Coons' as a member of a Recorders Court
father was a former professor of Jury Commission. She is at present
botany at Michigan, and is now head president of the Detroit commission,
of the department of experimental and the first vice-president of the
botany of the department of agricul- Michigan Housing Commission.

Crime Discussion Held I " 1p1i U l " "*_uu "url'"tl "
By Speech Fraternity Winners Announced
Alpha Nu, honorary speech fra- Last night winners in the bridge
ternity, discussed juvenile delin- group which meets every Tuesday
quency in relation to crime last night night at the League were Prof. and
tMrs. John C. Drier, holding a score of
at its weekly meeting on the fourth 58%/; Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Emsminger,
floor of Angell Hall. taking second place with the score of
Led by Clifford Grieve, '35, whose 58; Dr. Breakey and Dr. Waldron,
thesis on work done in juvenile do- scoring 661/1; and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
linquency through the Rackham fund liam Halstead, scoring 60. There were
won a first prize, recently, members six and a half tables used.
unanimously agreed that the present
system -is inadequate and that it
should be taken .tom the hands of
the probate court. Grieve scored One-Fourth Off
Washtenaw county officials for their
handling of the problem. SA L

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green, and white on a black ground.
The cut and detail of this dress are
remarkable.
Net Yoke Used
Probably the greatest change in the
silhouette for spring is the "pouch

Mrs. Edith M. Clark chose ,plack
as did Mrs. Wilber R. Humphrey,
Mrs. Humphreys gown was of chiffo
with a full skirt and three silve
flowers at the front of the neck. Mrs.
George Lewis' black formal was com-
bined with silver lame, the lame being
placed around the neck and in the
sleeves.
Group Plans To
Attend Detroit
Dance Concert
Charles Weidman, Doris Humph-
reys and their dance group will pre-
sent a modern dance concert Friday
night, Jan. 25, at Orchestra Hall, De-
troit. Arrangements for inexpensive
seats and transportation by bus,
round-trip rates being approximate-
ly $1, may be made by telephoning
Miss Emily White, instructor in phys-
ical education.
Miss Humphreys and Weidman per-
formed last spring in the Dramatic
Festival. Weidman staged his group
in "As Thousands Cheer," "Life Begins
at 8:40," "Flying Colors" and "School
for Husbands."
These artists received their prelim-
inary training with the Denishawns,
travelling with the company as prin-
cipal dancers on an extensive tour of
the Orient. On their return, their
own technique and style diverged
from the Denishawns and they estab-
lished their own New York school
emphasizing rhythm and total body
movement.
A.A.U.W. PLANS PROGRAM 1
The program and tea in honor of
the pioneers of the Ann Arbor andt
Ypsilanti branch of the American As-e
sociation of University Women, whichf
was to have been held last Friday,e
will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan.f
19, in the Grand Rapids room of theI
League.a

particularly noteworthy example in
one of the popular campus shops has
a black. background scattered with
coin sized dots of red, green, and
white. The dress has a johnny col-
lar and a spanking big bow edged with
red, and a belt to match.
Dark Prints Popular
One really isn't rushing the season
a bit, even in the -dresses with linger-
ie touches which are the rule in the
spring. Most of these dark prints
are entirely suitable for wear now
under winter coats. In fact, they
brighten up a drab winter wardrobe
surprisingly.
One of the best looking outfits in
the local shops consists of a very
plain black taffeta dress with short
sleeves. Worn over this is a flared
7-8 lenth tunic coat in a print with
a pattern of irregular squares in red,
Sinha Speaks On India
Before Michigan Dames
Tarini P. Sinha, a graduate stu-
dent from India, who has been asso-
ciated with Mahatma Gandhi, will be
the speaker at the general meeting of
the Michigan Dames, to be held at
8:15 p.m. tonight at the League. Mr.
Sinha, who has attended Oxford and
other universities, will speak on "The
Problems of Modern India." Mrs.
Charles Ranous is chairman of the
program.
Mrs. Nan Riggs Arrives
As Sorority Chaperone
Mrs. Nan Riggs assumed her duties
as new chaperone at the Theta Phi
Alphasorority yesterday, having ar-
rived in Ann Arbor from California
on Wednesday. Mrs. Riggs is herself
a graduate of the University and was
for many years in its employ. She
chaperoned the Episcopal Dormitory
for two years, and later the Kappa
Phi sorority. Her husband was also
a graduate of the University.

boutre in Wasnington, D. C. Mrs. Chamberlain stressed the im-
kthe waistline which s effect n Dr. Dees is a resident physician at portance of Act No. 330, the new law,
themaistlie nwhhst cthapparent in the John Hopkins hospital, and Dr. which is available to any municipal-
many of the newest clothes. Another Ccons is an interne in the same hospi- ity in the state, and which was
of the new ideas is a net yoke with tal. Dr. Coons received her medical adopted in Detroit two years ago. It
wcoden beads in the colorings of thet
print of the dress embroidered on it. degree in 1934 at the Hopkins. In provides for the selection of jurors
r Lastex ftbressmbrsdextensively 1930 she received her baccalaureate of municipal courts by the key num-
andefabric is being usedetesely degree at Goucher college. ber method. The key number is
Sand makes for better fit, especially Dr. Dees is in the pathology depart- changed twice a year, and is depend-
about the hips, A cut-out quilted ment at Hopkins. He graduated in ent entirely upon the number of
Bryoke is also being used, medicine in 1933 from the University names the court orders to be put in
Brown and white is a good spring of Virginia. After a two-week motor the jury box of Jan. 1 and July 1 each
combination, and an especially good trip through the south, they will re- year. Jurors are called and passed
costume in these colors is available. turn to Baltimore, Md., where they if they answer favorably to questions
It isthe spring tailleur at its best, will take up residence. of intelligence, moral character, good
The dress boasts a vest-collar-jabot health, and unprejudiced mind.
of waffle weave white silk pique and Mrs. Chamberlain declared that
is extraordinarily becoming. White Press PrintsNew women make excellent jurors, but
e next the face does things for all of .ath men aeokxoeofeneunawsebut
us. The matelasse crepe which is the UniversityBookle that they are too often unaware of
fabric is printed in white. the opportunity of service and for
newok_____c______hUn the use of their ability.
H lsiAynew booklet describing the Uni- The club will attend the Ypsilanti
.verGity, depicting its history, and ex- meeting Feb. 4 where the speaker will
oun tsa ndpcepra be Miss Lena Phillips, pesident of
t a kdced by the Univeisity press yes- the International Federation of Busi-
alk To ChilThe University of Mich- ness and Professional Women's Clubs.
igarzri- t -ha I Is WatItDoes,~" This announcement was made at the
tigan1-What It Is; Wkat It aser dinner held before the Tuesday meet-
s S I u d ~ G roup) the booklet was compiled in answer whc ebr ftecu a
, to numerous requests for information, ding atwhich member f the club had
cflici .ls say. It contains, besides adinrwtMs.Cabli.
Dr. Theron S. Hill, instructor in histoy of the institution, a list of its
psychiatry and assistant physician in gifts, divisions, duties, and services. Mrs. LaPointe and Mrs. R. A. Dolph
the psychopathic hospital, was the There are pictures of the buildings were also given.
dspeaker at the meeting of the pre- besides a portion devoted to the Mrs. Eaton announced that Mrs.
schooi child study group of the Amern alumni. Peter F. Stair, who has served as di-
;can Association of University Women Copies of the booklet may be ob- rector of the department of American
which met Tuesday night at the home tained by addressing the University home, and who has moved to Detroit,
of Mrs. C. L. Clark. Press on Maynard St., it was stated, will return here for each of the meet-
Dr. Hill's topic was "Mental Hy- ings of her department. She also
giee and Psychiatry."ThementalW om en's Club praised the work of the social wel-
hygiene movement," he said, "has fare department.
received widespread attention which Mrs. H. S. Curtis, director of the
has been often more enthusiastic H olds Pro ram international relations department,
than profound. There is an all too- spoke about the meeting next Tues-
dIay poet concept that the psychFiat- day, at which Prof. Preston W. Slos-
r'i t possesses exact measures which, o ±yenm jers son of the history department will
when applied, will, with a high degree ________ "The Cict of aces."
of certainty, contribute to the pre- discuss "The Conflict of Races."
vention of mental disorders and the Members of the Women's Club of
more serious life maladjustments. A Ann Arbor who have joined since last of the education division, announced
review of the known causes of such, spring were welcomed at the annual that the combined meeting of the ap-
has been made, and reveals that on Newcomers Day program held Tues- plied education and American citizen-
the basis of group and individual day afternoon in the ballroom of the ship departments will be held on Jan.
sttdy, this viewpoint is fallacious. League. Mrs. Francis J. LaPointe, 16, at the home of Mrs. John Naylor
"However, clinical experience does chairman of the Newcomers' Com- on Devonshire road. Mrs. Gertrude
permit a proposal of certain funda- mittee, presented the honored mem- t n Miss Bene Rman of
mental recommendations in the guid- bers. Mrs. Charles H. Eaton, presi- the Michigan State Normal College
ante of children," Dr. Hill concluded. dent of the club, gave thewelcoming Faculty will talk at this time, she said.
welcmingMrs. R. H. Davidson then told of the
Illustrations of the procedures that address.
erie ble a child to adjust itself more! An illustrated lecture was given by ( meeting of the arts and crafts divis-
easily into the complex social struc- Rev. Allison Ray Heaps oh the "Van- ion which will be held today and will
ure of today were given. ishing American. Piano duets by be addressed by Carleton W. Angell.
JANUARY SALE
The Outstanding Event
YOU MAY NOT BELIEVE IT All tsse s'easnd omen s
BUT DRESSES
SEEING IS BELIEVING STREET
AFTERNOON
3 COURSE MEALS -- 25c and Up ReduVtINo
1/3 and 1/ Off
TASTY FOOD of their former prices.
* EXTRA SPECIAL
And Lest You Forget- ONE GROUP of smaller
sizes from 11 - mostly ~-
DINNER AND EVENING DANCING wool --,values to $10.75,
$3.95
Friday Saturday Sunday SWEATERS - Single -
Values to $2.50, now for
$1.59
TWIN SWEATERS - All
$5.95 values, now only-
$3.98 t
1 9 T=R ' SKIRTS - All $295 va

Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Whitney, "Wake
Up and Dream" with Russ Columbo
and "Flirting With Danger" with
Robert Armstrong; Wuerth, "The
Scarlet Empress" with Marlene Diet-
rich and "The Return of the Terror"
with Mary Astor; Majestic, "I Sell
Anything" with Pat O'Brien and
"Have A' Heart" with Jean Parker;
Michigan, "The Captain Hates the
Sea" with John Gilbert and a stage
show.
Dancing: Hut Cellar.
BLACK QUILL TO MEET
Black Quill Literary Society will
meet at 8 p.m. tonight at the League.
There will be no formal program.
BEBE MUM
BOUQUETS
GENERAL MARKET
Flower Dept.
113 East Washington Phone 2-3147

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Regular $7.50 Value
THINK OF IT! A real 'Sensation'
combination at this low price
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Knit' back that transforms rear
bulges to Callipygian flatness.
Every inch as trim and wearable
as its more expensive sisters, but
made up especially for the January
Sale.
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