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Y, JANUARY 26, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Farewell Teas,
Dinners Honor
Faculty Group
Professor Campbell, Dean
Humphreys, Professor
Parker To Leave
Faculty members who have sab-
batical leave for the second semester
and those who are taking positions
in other colleges are to be the honor
guests at many social functions to be
held during the next few weeks.
Campbells Entertained
The departure of Prof. and Mrs.
O. J. Campbell and their family next
month, to live in New York City,
will remove from University circles
a group closely associated with activ-
ities here. Prof. Campbell has been
a member of the department of Eng-
lish for fourteen years. As a general
farewell to Prof. and Mrs. Campbell,
Prof. and Mrs. Morris Tilley held a
tea yesterday afternoon at their
home on Ferdon Rd.
Mrs. Tilley invited the following
women to preside at the tea tables:
Mrs. Hereward T. Price, Mrs. Au-
brey L. Hawkins, Mrs. Margaret
Gnau, Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Mrs. Al-
bert H. Marckwardt, Mrs. Bennett
Weaver, Mrs. Charles C. Fries, Mrs.
Louis I. Bredvold and Mrs. Clarence
D. Thorpe. The tables were dec-
orated in spring flowers in pastel
shades and ivory tapers.
Prof. Louis A. Strauss and his
daughter Mrs. Margaret Gnau en-
tertained Friday night for the Camp-
bells at a dinner party in their home.
After dinner the party of ten went
to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
concert.
Dean Humphreys To Leave
The departure of Dean and Mrs.
Wilbur R. Humphreys in early March
will be a temporary one. Dean Hum-
phreys has a leave of absence for
the semester ,and intends to spend
about four months abroad. They will
sail from New York City on March
6 to spend most of the time until
July in England, followed by a briefer
stay on the continent. On their re-
turn to this country they plan to visita
Richard Humphreys at the early
American farm he has acquired near
Londonderry, Vt.
Mrs. Andrews Little was hostess at
a small dinner Wednesday night for
Prof. and Mrs. DeWitt H. Parker who
are sharing in the travel interest.
Prof. and Mrs. Charles Vibbert will
also entertain for the Parkers. Dean
and Mrs. Peter Okkelberg have in-
vited a few friends in for dinner Sat-
urday night to honor jointly Prof.
and Mrs. Parker and Prof. and Mrs.
Arthur Aiton, who are also among
those planning for leave of absence
periods.
Faculty-Alumni
Dance Planned
For Wednesday
The third event of the series of
faculty-alumni dances sponsored by
the Faculty Women's Club, will be
held from 9:30 to 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Michigan Union ball-
room. Among the dinners to be
held preceding the dance is the one
being given by Mrs. George Moore.
The chairman, Mrs. Charles L.
Jamieson, has announced' a change
in the dates of the March and April
parties, and the three events of the
series after this week's dance will
be held on Thursday, Feb. 20, just
before Lent; on Tuesday, March 10;
and on Wednesday, April 1.

The holders of seasons tickets will
be notified of the changes. Cards
for individual dances, still are avail-
able and may be reserved with mem-
bers of the committee, who include
kMrs. Jamieson. Mrs. Laurence C.
Stuart, Mrs. Carl P. Huber, Mrs. Fred
J. Hodges, Mrs. George M. Ehlers,
Mrs. Walter R. Drury, and Mrs.
Robert C. Angell.
Cosmetics To Be Topic
At Michigan Dames' Talk
The homemaking group of Michi-
gan Dames will meet at 8 p.m. Tues-
day, Jan. 28, at the home of Mrs.
Clifford Kiehn, 712 East Ann Street,
according to Mrs. Lewis Haines,
chairman of the group.
Miss A. Butler, representative of
Barbara-Gould Salon, will give a
lecture and a demonstration of "The
Correct Use Of Cosmetics." Her talk
will include the treatment of the skin,
and general beauty hints.

Correct Feminine Attire For Winter Sports Carnival

A.A.U.W. Group.
To Study Child
Trainino Topic:
lzos Jeanette Saurborn
To Discuss Adolescent
Child's Posture
The Junior High School Child Study
Group of the Ameilcan Association
of University Women will hold a
meeting at 7:45 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. L M Eich, 820 Granger
Avenue, it was announced by Mrs
Walter Sawyer, chairman of the
roup The program will include
five minute presentations by seven
members, of topics pertaining to child
training, which will be followed by
i en minute discussions in which the
entire group will participate Miss
Jeannette Saurborn, physical edu-
cation instructor at the University
High School ,will speak on "Posture
of the Adolescent Child"; "Music
Lessons" will be the topic of Mrs.
Charles Fries' discussion. Mrs. Leigh
Anderson has prepared a talk on the
subject of "Directed Games"; Miss
Nan Johnson will tell of her re-
searches on the question of "Chil-
dren's Overeagerness Before Adults";
Mrs. Philip Potts will discuss "Dawd-
ling," Mrs. H. S. Bull, "Chores and
Responsibilities."
ELECT OFFICERS
At the annual meeting of the Pres-
byterian circle of King's Daughters,
Friday, at the home of Mrs.' L. G.
Christman on Olivia Ave., Mrs. R. H.
Kingery was re-elected president, Mrs.
F. C. Cahow, was elected to the office
of first vice-president; Mrs. S. L. La-
Fever, second vice president; Mrs. R.
A. Savage, recording secretary; Mrs.
1W. P. Wood, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. R. C. Hoisington, treasurer.

Dr. Sinai To Speak 1 charge of the program. The host-
Poa ' esses will be Miss Ada Will, Mrs. Wi-
To W Club him Fischer, Mrs. Howard Groomes
a;nd Mrs. Arthur Hochrein.
The musical entertainment will be
Dr. Nathan Sinai, professor of hy- provided by Miss Ruby Peinert, cel-
giene and public health, will address list, accompanied by Mrs. John S.
the Woman's Clui of Ann Arbor on Worley, pianist.. They will play
"Developments in Medical Econom- "Sarabande," by Handel; "Intermez-
ics" at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the; zo," by Granadas-Cassadox; and
Michigan League ballroom. Polonaise," by Popper. Mrs. R. A.
Mrs. George A. Wild, chairman of Dolph is chairman of the music com-
the industrial relations division, is in mittee.
Introducing:
Exclusive British Knitwear
rom the Isle of Man.. .
LADIES' two- and three-piece
suits and one- and two-piece
dresses in Scotch wool, Irish lin-
en, silk, and combination yarns.
are advance and individual styles,
duplicates of models being shown
in London shops, and received by '
us direct from the factory. The
selection is limited to one of a
kind in size, color and style. For
the period of JANUARY 27th to:;/
31st, inclusive, there will be one
group specially priced at $20.00.
Others up to $35.00
MILLIE CLIFFOR
1236 Washtenaw Avenue Phone 2-1071

-Associated Press Photo.
These girls will take part in the winter sports car ;iva.l to be held in northern Michigan this week.. They
were chosen to represent nine cities throughout the state as snow queens in this annual event. Skiing,
tobcgganirag, and sleighing will all be included in the program. The bright ski suits, and warm caps and mittens
will add a dash of color to the scene.
Intelliorence Is Main Requisite Stylists Show New
Demanded By Michigan Women Shpe ias
7 For Evening Bags

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Good looks, athletic physiques and
well-filled wallets are not very im-
portant to Michigan women -what1
they want in their men is intelligence.
This fact was disclosed in a survey
held recently on campus, to determine
which qualities, in order of their im-
portance, the women desired in the
men they date. The final results'
showed intelligence at the top, fol-
lowed by a sense of humor, dependa-
bility, sex appeal, gallantry, neatness
and handsomeness.
Clean-Cut Type Come First t
It was found that the formerly
much admired "smoothie" did not fare
so well as the natural, clean-cut
type. The latter puts a girl at her
ease, while the former makes her feel
uncomfortably inferior. According
to the Delta Gammas, the "smoothie"
is suffering from a "I'm Mr. God, who
are you?" complex.
An addition to the list of essential'
qualities was suggested by the Kappa
Alpha Thetas. This was sincerity.
The girls' opinion was that the aver-
age Michigan man has far to go
before attaining this ideal. The only
philosophy which he seems to have
developed is one of a "devil-may-
care" or "out-for-a-good-time" na-
ture. His superficiality is generally
condemned.
On the subject of drinking the ver-
dict was unanimous. It is all right
if done with discretion and with con-
sideration for one's guest of the eve-
ning.
Should Men 'Foot the Bill'?
"Dutch dates" have always been
the subject of much discussion. Here
are presented the actual facts asi
voiced by various Michigan women.
It is up to the men to pay the bills.
The concensus of opinion was ex-
pressed by a Kappa Kappa Gamma
when she said, "Either men should
pay the bills or they shouldn't go
out." A Delta Gamma ventured the
possibility that men would prefer to
go "Dutch" but are afraid to suggest
such an arrangement. But several
girls 'who are "going steady" stated
that there have been times when they

are often the most enjoyable." Nor
do the girls always demand cabs or
corsages. As for the transportation
question, if the occasion and weather
permit, walking is acceptable. And
with the exception of one girl, flow-
ers are expected only on formal dates
or when the girl has done the inviting,
such as at sorority dances.
Wardrobe Less Important
Besides having very definite ideas
on the character and qualities of the
Michigan man, the girls also voiced
their opinion on his wardrobe, which,
incidentally, they deemed less im-
portant than personality. A strong
approval was given to norfolk jackets,
tweed coats of contrasting color, hats
that are worn on the back of the head
and those with the brim turned down
in front, and polo coats with leather
buttons. Reservations to the informal
trend are evident, however, and such
houses as Pi Beta Phi prefer bus-
iness suits to the more sporty attire.
Neatness is most important. Some
Mosher Hall girls emphasized the
wearing of ties and thesSorosis favor
"slacks that aren't too slacky."
The girls have their dislikes as well
as their likes, it seems. They voted
against colored suits and shirts, al-
pine feathers, mustaches, white ga-
loshes. ("even if he catches pneu-
monia",, suede jackets and above all
- cigars. Pipes are referred to as ro-
mantic, virile and collegiate, while
cigarettes are everywhere acclaimed
as the big favorite. Why? We smoke
them.
GRADUATE RECITAL
The graduate recital of Francis
Bell, '36Ed, pupil of Prof. Joseph
Brinkman, will be given in the school
of music auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday.
Miss Bell will play the following
selections: "Prelude in Fugue A Min-
or," Bach; "Sonata Opus 7," Beeth-
oven; "Intermezzo," Brahms; "Son-
ata in F Major," Chopin; "Abegg[
Variations," Schubert; and three
preludes by Debussy.

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A man's pet peeve is the woman
who fills his pockets to the bulging
point with all those little things so
necessary to her well groomed ap-
pearance throughout a formal eve-
ning. With J-hop coming around
so soon, this is a good thing to re-
member. The stylists have created
many bags this year that are fitted
compactly with all the things that
a woman needs..
A well-known cosmetic house has
a flat square bag that holds cigarets
in one compartment, and when you.
open an airtight partition you find
rouge, powder, lipstick and comb
This is particularly good because it
eliminated the unpleasantness of cig-
arets flavored with loose powder.
You can purchase evening bags
in the material or shape that you
desire. Sequins, rhinestones, seed
pearls and soft kid are the favorites
A lovely round sequin bag with a
zipper fastening is one of the lates
styles this year. You may have it in
either gold or silver to match your
accessories.
There are also many cloth bag
this season in soft pastel colors. A
lovely pink satin bag is covered witl
tiny pearls sewed on with gold thread
It is spacious enough to hold a com-
pact and cigaret case and yet is very
dainty. Another good looking clot]
bag is fashioned of white pleated
crepe. Its gold frame is studded witl
rhinestones.
These are only a few suggestion
for your evening bag for J-Hop week
end. Keep all your belonging in you
bag and relieve the gentlemen of
their pet peeve.
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Theatre: Majestic, "King of Bur-{
lesque" with Warner Baxter; Michi-
gan, "Riffraff" with Jean Harlow;
Whitney, "Hitch Hike Lady" with
Allison Skipworth and "Condemned
to Live" with Ralph Morgan; Wuerth,
"Thanks A Million" with Dick Pow-
ell and "Bad Boy" with James Dunn.
Dancing: Chubb's, Hut Cellar.

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have shouldered the entire expense. MITTENS THE RAGE
The girls on this campus are not Your co-ed, nowadays, is wearing
mercenary, however, as was disclosed multi-colored wool mittens, brought
by the statement that "dollar dates' on by the extremely cold weather.
between-season FROCKS
.. .for wear under your fur
coat . . . for southern trav-
elers . . . for campus . . . for
bridge . . . for dates.
New light colored wools,
knits and crepes. Prints -
navy and black with white
trins.
SIZES fron 11 at
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NEW EVENING FROCKS

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beautifully tailored and trimmed with
imported French laces. Cut on the pat-
tented Bryn Mawr alternating design
which prevents sagging or shrinking.
Values that won't come soon again. So
choose a good supply tomorrow.
Slush, white " Regular sizes: 32 to 44...

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