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SUTNDAY, JAN. 10, 1937

'I.,HE Mf-(-',141GAN DAILY




Rnthvens Plan
ift In Series
Of Student Teas
kappa Delta ho, Zeta Psi,
Are Among Fraternities
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
open their home from 4 to 6 p.m.
Wednesday for the fifth in the series
of Ruthven teas, according to Betty
Gatward, '38, who is in charge of
these events.
Special invitations have been issued
to the students living in Mosher Hall
and Zone III and to the members
of Kappa Delta and Kappa Kappa
Gamma sororities. The fraternities
that have been extended special in-
vitations are Kappa Delta Rho,
Kappa Nu, Sigma Chi, Theta Chi and
Zeta Psi.
The teas have become a tradition
on this campus and all students are
invited to attend. The social com-
mittee of the League of- which Har-
riet Heath, '37, is chairman, sponsors
the teas. Members of the social
committee act as hostesses at the
functions and assist throughout the
The series held throughout the
year are given to acquaint the stu-
dents of the University with Presi-
dent and Mrs. Ruthven and to serve
as an opportunity for students to
meet each other.
Of special interest ,to the students
attending the teas are the bits of
statuary which are found ii the con-
servatory. The President's study
which is done in knotted pine with
old prints on the walls attracts the
attention of many of the people
present at these functions.C
Bright Sweaters Are
Tyrolean 1IntType
With Gay Flowers
The same cold Janu.'y wind that
howls outside your window in the
morning has deposited into campus
shops a load of bright new sweaters
designed for the rejuvenation of your
winter wardrobe. Now is the time to
fill that bottom drawer with a selec-
tion of colorful woollens.
One shop has a sweater section
that clamors for attention the min-
ute your enter, with a flaunting of
Tyrolian and Dalmatian handwork.
The popular white with multi-colored
embroidery is much in evidence. One
of these features red and green em-
broidery around the neck and two
red flowers whose green stems cross
and stretch down the front.
Another is in peach, trimmed with
red, green and fuchsia around he
neck and two small pockets, each
with an embroidered flower pot.
Laced around the bottom and the
cuffs of the small puffed sleeves are
cords of green yarn with tassels.
Another shop features the knitted
plaid sleeveless vests which can be
worn over blouses and sweaters of
contrasting shades. One in red bas-
ket weave provides a brilliant note to
the navy blue or black suit you've
been wearing all winter.
However, the praises of the plain;
sweater must not remain unsung for
here we find the vanguard of spring
in a popping out of warm new, col-
ors. Raspberry is probably away out
in front in popularity but odd shades

Wraps Of Tweed Or Brocade
Will Enliven Old FormalAttire

By PHYLLIS MINER cape with gold
Now that the Interfraternity Ball I brightly against ti
and the J-Hop are almost upon us, it Black Tw
is the vital time to browse around a One beautiful ev
bit in the shops and find yourself an of black tweed.7
unusual evening wrap to set off your a Chesterfield-sty
formal and make your whole costume mine collar and a
a lungly new. There are two p
The brocade evening wraps are flare out to a ve
very popular throughout the country. touches the floor
This material is especially lovely for wrap for formal
formal wear because of the rich, of wine, white, an
shiny quality of the silver or gold is made on the ta.
threads that are woven into different, a red velvet collar
beautiful patterns. The brocade it- verylvuiscoa
self is heavy enough to keep you and would be gra
warm in the chilly winter nights. year.
Brocade Featured A novelty in eve
There are several different styles of orange billard c
shown in the brocade. One model'in the style ofo
is down to the floor in length with a with gold clips do
very full skirt that rustles as you Thus, for a suc
walk. It is tailored and fits very brand new evenir
snugly around the waist. There is great asset and a
a high stand-up collar that frames to your wardrobe.
the face and is held together in front
with a rhinesone clip.EESCL

paillettes shining
he dark background.
eed Is Used
vening wrap is made
It is fashioned into
le with a white er-
white satin lining.
leats in back that
ry full skirt which
r. Another tweed
wear is a mixture
id black in color. It

Of Engagetment,
Wedding Made
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hodson of Ann
Arbor announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marion Hodson, '38,
to Louis Landon, '38, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Landon of Ann Arbor.
No definite date has been set for the
Miss Hodson is affiliated with Al-
pha Omicron Pi sorority and Mr.
Landon is a member of Delta Sigma

The play reading section of theI
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
2:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Alumnae
room of the League.
Mrs. Shirley W. Allen, chairman.
will be assisted by Mrs. N. H. Wil-
liams, Mrs. Hugh E. Keeler, Mrs. L.
E. Wehmeyer, Mrs. E. L. Griggs, Mrs.
A. H. Copeland, Mrs. Paul Welch,
Mrs. H. W. Nordmeyer, Mrs. C. C.
Glover, and Mrs. W. G. Rice, who
will be the hostesses of the afternoon.

Faculty Women's Club IJGP Singing Tryouts I
Group Plans Meeting To Be Held Tomorrow

All those interested in trying out
for singing parts in the 1937 JGP
must attend the tryouts to be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in the League
ballroom, it was announced- yester-
day by Virginia Hunt, music chair-
The first class in dancing will be
held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
W.A.A. building, according to Marie
Sawyer, dance chairman. All aspir-
ants must be present, Miss Sawyer

The Chicago Art Institute recently
made its largest seasonal purchase of
paintings and sculpture in eight
years, spending more than $100,000
and obtaining several canvases by
the Spanish masters, El Greco, Val-
asquez and Goya at a bargain, ac-
cording to a staff member of the In-


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ilored style and has Phi fraternity.
and lining. It is a One of. the weddings to take place
at with its full skirt during the holidays was that of 1Yar-
nd for this time of guerita Ward, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederic Lewis Ward of Pon-
ning wraps is made tiac and Mr: Henry Thomson Ray-
loth. It is fashioned mond of Detroit, Dec. 29. After a
a guardman's coat receptiorn following the wedding, Mr.
wn the front. and Mrs. Raymond left on a short
cessful new year, a trip before going to make their home
ng wrap will be a in Peoria, Ill.
lovely contribution Mrs. Raymond became affiliated
with Kappa Alpha Theta when she
attended the University in 1934.

These are items selected from our regular stocks -
priced for clearance after our inventory.
and many other pieces -


In all desired
shades and sizes

Another style has sprays of flowers'
over upholstery brocade. Leg-of-mut-
ton sleeves and a very full skirt that
flares way out make it unusually
Ensembles Suggested
It is most fashion-wise and smart'
to make an ensemble out of your eve-
ning wrap and formal. you can buy
your formal made of the same bro-
cade as your coat and using the
same color combinations. One en-
semble like this has the wrap made
three-quarters length and tailored.
There are tiny brocade buttons run-
ning up the front to a small rim of
a collar. The full skirt of the formal
showing beneath the evening wrap
gives the whole outfit a starchy doll-
like perfection.
Gold was never more precious
than in this mid-season. It is seen
as the predominating or accompany-
ing color on almost every costume.
With the new event of wool evening
wraps, one model appears in black
woll trimmed with splashes of gold
embroidery. A night blue tweed ma-
terial is fashioned into a sentry's
Recital To Be Held
For Faculty Women
The Faculty Women's Club will
present a costume recital at 3 p.m.
Wednesday in the ballroom of the
League. This is one of the featured
programs of the year for the Faculty
Women's Club.
Miss Amy Loomis and Miss Evan-
geline Maurits will provide the en-
tertainment, which is to be a program
of scenes and songs. Miss Loomis,
who at one time directed Junior Girl's
Play, is a dramatic reader, and Miss
Maurits, soprano, is to assist her in
the series of dramatic selections
which she will give.
The remaining events of the club
program are to be held Wednesday,
Feb. 24, Wednesday, March 24, and
Wednesday, April 28, when the an-
nual meeting and luncheon are given
in the League ballroom.
Popular perfumes now come in
small metal cases that are ideal to
carry about in a pocketbook or eve-
ning bag.

Cheesecloth drapery has been add-
ed to the attire of the copy of the
Venus de Milo owned by the Univer-
sity of Manitoba in Canada, as the
result of protests by the women's
association of that school, which
group demanded that it be clothed
in a manner more befitting a lady.

The Gardening section of the
Women's City Club will meet at 3
p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
W. F. Giefel, Barton Hills. New
works on gardening will be discussed,
and members are urged to bring
along their catalogues.



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BACK AGA-IN in the swing of
things once more, my friends, -
back to make up that lost sleep
and to attempt to keep those hasty
New Year's resolutions. It will be
fun if we can -IF we can! And
speaking of New Year's resolutions,
your correspondent is going to
keep up the good old gadding and
find you all the very best of every-
thing in this heah town.
S* * r
COLD WINDS and heavy snows
(nice spring weather we're having)
are due to descend upon Ann Arbor
and its charges any day now. So
be prepared, people, - put up
those storm-doors, button up that
overcoat, blow the dust off those
snow shoes - AND stock up your
cosmetic larder with hand lotions
and face creams to soften'that
chapped and rough winter skin.
showing the very best in this line
(always thinking of your interests)
-- Peggy Sage has an especially
good hand softener and in addi-
tion gives, gratis, with every jar a.
pair of night gloves - rather
unique, don't you think, and very
practical! Then Yardlev .Dun-

cially after the holidays' strain on
that good old pocketbook, but nev-
er you mind because we are right
now in the midst of January sales
these are really sales with a capi-
tal "S." Date and sport dresses
are especially featured and if you
look around the shop you'll find
that almost anything you might
want is on sale, too. So here's your
chance, you thrifty girls, and no
foolin' the dresses are darling. Now
for a tempter you simply must see
the lovely gray "date" dress with
cute puffy sleeves and buttons all
the way down the front - and
just loads of others just as cute
- or cuter!
MUSIC (always the very latest)
old friends, new friends, cokes,
coffee, and hot chocolate! Yes,
you've guessed it-THE PARROT!
That gay rendez-vous where all
the guys and gals meet at 10 and
3 (and in between too) to catch
up on the campus gossip while sip-
ping some wild coke combination
- where you can always find your
rocmmate (and we hope she's not
with your man) and where the




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