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rRTTDAT, JANUIARLY 21, 191G

THE MICHIGAN I AIY

PAGE FIVE

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Annual Frosh Frolic Scheduled For

March 20-

In.

Union

Ballroom

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Date Rvealed
By Chairman
Of Committee
Paliard To Be Assisted L y
Five Lirtrary Students,
Twr, Erineers
'ieker P-ed At $2
Tentative Plans Set Dance
Fours At 9.M.-2 A.M.;
Orchestra Not Chosen
The date selected for the Frosh
Frolic is March 20, it was disclosed
last night by the generalchairman,
Robert Pitllard, '392. The annual af-
fair will be held in the ballroom of
the Michigan Union.
Five freshmen from the literary col-
lege and two from the engineering
college have been chosen by their
respective class presidents to serve as
a comr'iittee to' assist Pallard. Those
from the enineerin college are Wil-
lia 6 Oonnel, who has charge of the
floor arrangements, and Robert
Unckich, who will direct the ticket
Ticket Sale In February
Those chosen from the literary cob
lei include Maxine Blaess, who will
bj in charge of selecting the patrons;
Maigaret Mccall, who will direct
pAfs for th deoations; Jeffne'tt
Bec , who will plan the design for
the programs; Malcolm Lenenson
w561 is in charge of selecting the or-
ce~tra, and Johnston H. Wilcoxi, who
is ublicity chairman.
Tickets for the dance will be priced
at $2. They will be placed on sale
d ting the latter pa t of February
an. can be obtied from any of the
cofnittee members or at the Union
d Late Permission Sought
The committee is endeavoring to
o~tin 2:30 a.m. permission for women
students desiring to attend the Frolic.
If" the late permission is granted,
tlere will be five hours of dancing
scheduled. Tentative plans are now
Ade to hold the Frolic from 9 p.m.
to'2 a.m. .
The orchestra for the occasion has
ndy as yet been chosen. Lenen'son
stied, however, that he was in cor-
rekondence with some of the best
bdnts in this part of the cduntry
aM' would be able to announce the'
selection at an early date.c
At the last meeting of the commit-
te decorations for the dance were
di issed, but it was decided to make
no definite plans until after the selec-
tiit of the orchestra had been an-
noAnced.
W.AA.at-Plans
Broad Course
Class Designed To Train
Freshman Women For
Recreational Field
A course in recreational leadership
wil' be sponsored next semester by
th department of Physicial Educa-
tion and W.A.A., it was announced
late yesterday. It can be elected for
t4d hours physical education credit
blid freshman women and will last
thif6ughout the entire senm Ster. Up-
pe'lassmen may also elect this
cdttse.

The class will be limited to 24 and
will meet for the first time Friday,
Fot. 21, at 3:20 p.m. The other hour
will be arranged subject to the ap-
prval of the class.
Practical Subjects Stressed
Practicability in camp activities
an'd leadership will be stressed. Such
subjects as cookifng, over-night hikes,
nature, canoeing, rifle, bowling, so-
cial games, camp'-fire programs, story
telling, first aid, singing and dancing
will be included. Specialists will give
talks on astronomy, ornothology and
other subjects of natural science.
House parties and over-night canoe
trips are also to be sponsored by the
course.
Miss Marie Hartwig and Miss Vir-
ginia Peaseley will be the instructors
for the course, and a group of W.A.A.
leaders will be in charge of directing
some of the activities.
Leadership Is Taught
The course is offered for girls who
are planning to become leaders in the
recreational field and who are think-
ing of taking up camp and play-
ground supervising. It is introduced
to provide an opportunity to learn
abotit this sort of work for girls not
maoring in physical education.

Holtywool Links Film Stars In Romance

-Associated Press Photo.
The newest romance which is rumored by Hollywood gossipers is
that of Jeanette MacDonald, singing film star, and Hen y Fonda, actor.
The couplne are shown above as they appeared at the annual Mayfar
pirty.
Male Fashions Will Enhance
Gala Formal Gowns At J-Hop

lirthday Ball
IsAttended By
Large Crowd
Group Hears Address By
President Roosevelt At
Benefit Party
A large crowd of members of the
faculty, town's people, and students
filled the ballroom of the Intramural
Building last night at the annual
President's Birthday Ball.
Among the patrons and patronesses
present we noticed Dr. and Mrs. Max
Peet. Mrs. Peet looked lovely in a
creen crepe dinner dress with puffed
sleeves. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Mc-
Callum, Jr., also attended the Ball.
Mrs. McCallum chose a white crink-
ly crepe trimmed with matelasse. The
dress was made on princess lines
with a slight train and featured a
short jacket that buttoned down the
back.
In the ballroom we noticed Mrs.
Norman A. Ottmar in a black skirt
topped by a silver blouse dancing
1 with her husband. Mr. and Mrs.
George J. Burke were also enjoying
the music. Mrs. Burke was wearing
a green crepe dinner dress. Mr. and
Mrs. William L. Waltz also attended,
and Mrs. Waltz chose a black crepe
dress with a lace top and lace sleeves.
During the President's speech,
which was broadcast through an am-
plifying system during the Ball, Mr.
and Mrs. Horatio J. Abbott sat with a
crowd of friends around the dance
floor.'Mrs. Abbott chose for the oc-
casion a blue crepe trimmedwith
rhinestones. With this Mrs. Abbot
wore silver slippers and rhinestone
accessories.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe O. Bonisteel
were also noticed listening to the
broadcast. Mrs. Bonisteel was wear-
ing black crepe trimmed with a rhine-
stone chain at the neck. Rhinestones
were also used in the belt which
crossed over at the waist of the dress.
Also among the patrons were Mr.
and Mrs. Robert F. Gauss. Mrs.
Gauss was wearing a lovely black
velvet gown with silver accessories.
Mary Morrison, '35, sang with Al
Cowan's orchestra during the evening.
Miss Morrison sang last year in the
League trio. For the ball Miss Mo'-
rison chose blue crepe - simply made
with rhinestone straps.
The proceeds from the Ball are to
be used in part to aid the crippled
children of Ann Arbor and the rest
will be sent to the National Commit-
tee for use at the sanitarium at Warm
Springs, Ga.
TRYOUT FOR HILLEL PLAY
Tryouts for the Hillel Players' an-
nual three-act play will be held dur-
ing the coming registration period.
They will be held from 2 to 4 p.m.
on Feb. 14, 15, 16 and from 7 to 8:30
p.m. on the 17th. The name of the
play to be presented has not yet been
announced.

Queen Of Ski Meet

New Books Put
On Display In
LeagueLibrary
Among the books requested in the
League Library suggestion box many
are already on the shelves, including
such titles as "It Can't Happen Here"
by Sinclair Lewis, "My Country and
My People" by Lin Yutang and "The
Woollcott Reader."'
Twenty-seven other new books
consisting of fiction, plays, travel
and reference books are now on dis-
play tables and may be reserved. Miss
Mary Wedemeyer, librarian, ex-
pressed the League's gratitude for the
gifts of Miss Agnes Lloyd to the col-
lection of travel books. All new titles
will go into regular circulation today.
Throughout the past week a dis-
play, "Yesterday," which included
people of importance in the century
just passed, followed the exhibit,
"Within This Present," which ap-
peared the first of the month. A dis-
play showing the effect of ancient
authors and artists upon present
craftsmen is the current book fea-
ture.

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SMART EST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
300-A South State Street
THIS WEEK ONLY -
PRINCESS ROYAL
3-THREAD SHEER

79c

-Associated Press Photo.
Miss Lucille Westberg has been
selected to rule as queen of the
national ski tournament at Red
Wing, Minn., which will be held
Feb. 1 and 2.
Fashion. Forecast
Predicts Swagger
Coats, New Colors
There is evidence of several in-
teresting advance fashion trends. In
day clothes, skirts are definitely
shorter - twelve to thirteen inches
from the ground. Separate woolen
topcoats are very important. Not
limited to any particular style, they
may range from the semi-fitted red-
ingotes trimmed with fur to the fur-
less swagger coat.

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Where ToGo
Theatre: Whitney, "Sweepstake
Annie" with Tom Brown and "A Shot
in the Dark" with Charles Starrett;
Wuerth, "Show Them No Mercy"
with Rochelle Hudson and "The Last
Outpost" wtih Cary Grant; Majestic.
"Peter Ibbetson" with Gary Cooper;
Michigan, "Mutiny on the Bounty"
with Charles Laughton.
APPOINTMENT IS MADE
Lavinia Creighton, '35, has been
appointed to the Physical Education
staff of Albert College, N. Y., Dr.
Mar"garet Bell announced.

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Get one of our new Spring Hats and be
on top of the world agbin.
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Liberty- Across from the Pretzel Beat

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Midnight Blue Set Off
Accessories Is Choice
Style Critksr
By FRANK C. HILTON
While it will be the gay colors

By
Of
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the unique designs of the formal
gowns that will give the J-Hop its
gala atmosphere, it will be the dark
dress suits of the male half of the
species that will furnish the back-
ground and enhance the attractive
qualities of each frock by the con-
trast.
Midnight blue, which appears
blacker than black under the light,
has become the accepted shade for
both tuxedoe's and full dress in Uni-
versity circles the country 'round. The
somber black, though still being used,
is just a little too dull for those stu-
dents'who wish a dash that will show
up well with the lighter shades worn
by each exciting bit of femininity.
Formality Is Stressed
Because of the increasing trend for
more formality, full dress, complete
with white tie and tails, will be the
predominate theme in men's dress.
The tux, however, will still be seen,
as its comfort values are obvious"
when one compares the advantages of
sitting down naturally and the dis-
advantages of having to sit with care.
The double-breasted style of coat
will be the favorite in tuxes, with
the puffiness in the chest being
transferred to the region directly
under the arms to allow for freer arm
movement.
A shawl collar is used on the
double-breasted suit, while the old
favorite peaked lapels will still be used
on the singl'ebreasted suits. Black
vests, to be used with the latter, are
following the trend of the white vests
used in the white-tie ensemble. The
lapels drop straight down the chest
to the level of the first button and
then execute a 90-degree turn, end-
ing their existence at the point of
contact with the button. It gives a
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circle-within-a-square effect that is
decidedly virile in intent.
Full Dress Is Tops {
Full dress will be tops, however,
and a decided necessity to this en-
sembe is the new wing collar worn
with the shirt. It stands fully an,
inch higher than that formerly used.
Those devotees of the white tie, worn1
only with full dress, will find that1
the exact height of the collar must
be varied according to the individual,
but, it must be high er than formerly.
A new feature in studs, already seen
on the campus, is gold. For the
strictly formal suit they can be had
in pearl, mounted in gold. A small
gold tear drop is placed in the exact
center of the stud. For the less for-
mnal tuxes, the studs are made of solid
gold. The cuff links, of course, match
the studs.
Another accessory, now included on
the must list, is the gold or silver
woven watch chain, gold if your
studs are gold and silver if your studs
are plain pearl or smoked stone. It is
usually anchored in the watch pocket
of the trousers and, droped down to
the utility pocket. With single-breast-
ed tuxes, however, it may be worn in
usual vest pocket.
If you happen to be flush, your
white cord-knit scarf will give that
new military coat, designed strictly
for formal wear, the distinction
achieved by those who are smartly
dressed. The coat is light weight,
featuring a flaring skirt and the
short collar made popular by the
trench coat. The guards model, how-
ever, will be the dominant style. A
Homberg or topper, as the suit de-
mands, will compete the outfit. Some
of the hat companies are making the
toppers in midnight blue.

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PHOTOGRAPHIC
Ask
G. R. SWAIN about it.
Phone 2-1924 713 E. Univ.
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week-end, Two Chocolate Sun-
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