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SUNAY, JAN. 31, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Union To Hold

Shops Feature Unusual Formals

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Weekly Buffet For Successful
SupperToday By JENNY PETERSEN
Pan-Hell Ball, the Union Formal,
.unse SophProm and Interfraternity Ball
all pale into insignificance before the
Invitations; Play Rooms most imposing social event of the,
emUniversity year-J-Hop. All a part
O.pen To 'Women of the magic which the word "J-Hop"
evokes are its fraternity house-par-
The Union will hold its weekly buf- ties, its latest of late hours, its two
fet supper at 6 p.m. today at the headliner bands and its elegant dec-
Union, it was announced by Murray orations in the huge Intramural
Uampbelln38,hairnedyhray-Building.
Campbell, '38, chairman of the af- And what will be your contribution
fair. to all this glamour and excitement?
Both students and faculty mem- It will be to look your loveliest and
bers are invited to attend, and men1to clear the Michigan woman from
the footballer's statement that "four
are urged to bring dates, Campbell out of every five women are beautiful
said. Supper will be served on a long and the fifth goes to Michigan."
table in the main dining room and* Choice of Formal Important
waiters will be stationed around to Much of the success of the evening,
help with coffee and dessert. The for you at least, will depend on your
price of the supper is 50 cents per choice of a formal. It is up to you
plate. whether you will choose something
During the afternoon and evening startling, or something which you
the game rooms will be opened to know from past experience is best!
both men and women. The second for your particular style of beauty.
floor ballroom will be fitted out as a Ifyour gown is not as yet hanging
loune ad thse tteningmayin your closet, Ann Arbor's shops
lounige and those attending may have attractive and distinctive sug-
there listen to radios. All the ping gestions for a J-Hop formal.
pong tables will be available to those In one shop is a gown which meets
present and may be used until 10:30 with masculine approval, according
T i t i sto the shop manager. She says that
This is the third in a series of one husky male even stepped inside
buffet supper which the Union is and asked the price and size so he
sponsoring to promote social activi- could send in his J-Hop date to look
ties on the campus and to encourage at it. Accordion pleated white chif-
student and faculty gatherings. The fon features this eye-catching model.
suppers have been well attended, ac- It has a halter neck and a wide sash
cording to Campbell, and although it coming to a point at the front of
is examination week this supper will the waist.
afford students a time of relaxation. Polka Dots Are Shown
The same shop shows a black
ALPHA KAPPA PSI polka-dotted formal which a popular
fashion journal is sponsoring. Hori-
At a recent election, Alpha Kappa zontal rows of black lace are in-
Psi chose the following new officers: serted across the full skirt and a
Walter Crow, '38BAd., president; three-cornered large scarf is thrown
William Morgenroth, '38, vice pres- across the shoulders.
ident; Alex MacRae, '38BAd, treas- If you would like to throw restraint
urer and house manager; and Nor- to the winds in your choice of a
man Davy, '38BAd., master of rituals.dance dress a'nd be very startling, you

J-Hop Evening
can buy a black crepe slit to the
waist in front and back. There are
concessions to modesty, however, in
the shape of a wide green sash and
brief flowered bolero.
Another shop features an aqua-
marine net which is as ethereal as a
breath of spring. Its skirt is bouffant
and composed of two layers of net.
Tiny little satin bows close the front
of the bodice. This model has two
fashion points in its favor, for its
full skirt and net material are very
new. This shop is also showing a
coronation blue taffeta embroidered
with gold bows. Fullness is concen-
trated in the back of the skirt and
the decolletage is featured by four-
inch bands of self material which
end in a large flat bow.
Taffeta Plaids Are New
Taffeta plaids are a fresh note this
spring and two shops have them. The
Mexican influence is evident in one
of the dresses for it has black, green
and orange horizontal stripes and
a devil-may-care little bandit jacket.
The other taffeta has an off-the-
shoulder line outlined in stiff white
ruching.
White chiffon is conspicuous by its
presence this spring in all the shops.
Most attractive is white chiffon com-
bined with red or green velvet. Green
velvet ribbons crossing on the waist
of one of these creates a graceful,
Grecian effect. Another is rather
piquant with the red velvet in bows
on the shoulder and a huge rose at
the neck.
A corsage of three ostrich feathers
emphasizes the V of the bodice of a
dull rose chiffon.

Date Advanced
For Rehearsal
Of J.G.P. Dance
The dance rehearsal for Junior
Girls Play has been changed to 4:30'
Monday, Feb. 15, according to Marie
Sawyer, chairman of the dance com-
mittee for the production. This
change has been made to enable
everyone practicing for choruses to
tryout for the main parts of the show.
Tryouts are to. be held Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday of the first
week of the second semester.
The following girls are to meet for
the step dance rehearsal; Peg All-
derige, Helen Jane Barr, Phyllis
Bauer, Betty Becherer, Martha Berry,,
Mary Blodgett, Jean Bonisteel, Mary
Margaret Cainfield, Elinore Claik,
Jeannette Craver, Dorothy Curtis,
Betty Davy, Virginia Eaglesfield,
Mary Jane Field, Ruth Friedman,
Virginia Handeyside, Martha Jane
Hankey, Betsy Henderson, Pat Hugg,
Mary Huntington, Mary Elizabeth
James, Beulah Jones and Mary Alice
Krieger.
Elizabeth Loughborough, Moreen
Lalzarge, Florence McConkey, Jane
Moelroy, Florence Midworth, Mary
Jane Mueller, Margaret Myers, Susan
Barbara Orr, Helen Purdy, Jayne
Roberts, Virginia Robinson, Irene
Sartor, Francesse Selter, Ruth Sev-
ensma, Harriet Shackleton, Adeline
Singleton, Elinor Somerville, Laura
Spencer, Jane, Stoner, Marion Touf,
Betty Ann Ummel, Betty Wahl, Mar-
garet Waterston, A. Virginia Weid-
lein, Jane Willoughby, Maxine Den-
nis, Ruth Fowler, Charlotte Mitchell
Guinevere Kirkland and Virginia
Jackson.

League Applicants
To Be Interviewed here TO Go
Interviewing of all applicants for Theatre: Michigan, "Great Guy,"
next year's major League positions with James Cagney; Majestic, "Gar-
is scheduled to take place the first Iden of Allah" with Marlene Dietrich

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three weeks of the new semester, it
'was announced by Maryanna Chock-
ley,. '37, head of. Judiciary Council.
The exact dates are to be announced
later.
The positions are those of Leaguel
president, three vice-presidents, sec-
retary-treasurer, two junior and one
senior office on Judiciary Council
and the chairmanships of five League
committees.
Petitioning for membership on the
five committees will be held the first
week of next semester. The com-
mittees are the theatre-art, social,
house reception, publicity and merit
system groups. Petition blanks avail-
able at League Undergraduate Office.

and Charles Boyer; Wuerth, "Love
On the Run," with Joan Crawford
and Clark Gable; Orpheum, "Ladies
in Love," with Janet Gaynor and
Constance Bennett, and "Kelly The
Second," with Charlie Chase and
Patsy Kelly.
Concerts: At 4:15 p.m., in Hill Au-
ditorium, an organ recital by Palmer
Christian.

Look your best for the J-Hop
with a permanent from MARYS
BEAUTY SHOP. $2.00 - $6.50
All Work Guaranteed
MARINELLO FACIAL $1.25
with Milk Pack.
Shampoo & Finger Wave 50c.
Only Soft Water Used.
Open Evenings by Appointment
Mary's Beauty ,Shop
205 Mich. Theater Bldg. Ph. 8767
READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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Crystals 35c
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GETTING YOU DOWN? Ex-
ams and what not? Well, don't
let them! After all we've lived
through them before and we'll
struggle through again - we al-
ways do - and what's more there
will be gay and exciting times
after it's all over with the biggest
and grandest 'J-Hop ever and
house parties galore!
WITH HOUSE PARTY dreams
swimming through our heads
along with traces of Poly. Sci. 85
and Ec. 52 we just can't help
thinking about what we're going
to wear-we must be looking our
best every minute, you know! For
Friday night, especially, each and
every one must be the "belle of
the ball" in the eyes of her escort.
So first of all take special pains
with your make-up. Incidentally,
CALKINS-FLETCIER'S are en-
tirely with you in featuring Hud-
nut's make-up kits (for only one
half of a dollah plus Sc) contain-
ing lipstick, powder, rouge, eye-
shadow, and mascara and just
the size to slip into your suitcase
for the house party. Make your-
self up to that gorgeous new
J-Hop formal and your escort will
swell with pride (never a truer
word was spoken). Dorothy Gray
is also being featured in thatKnew
mascara "liquid lashique." It's
really wonderful - and comes in
brown, black, and blue, and eye-
shadow in all the most attractive
shades. A new "Kurl-lash" would
not be a bad idea either! So with
all the implements you just can't
miss -take my word for it.
TOP HAT AND TAIPS won't
begin to compare with the new
formals that Elizabeth Dillon is

showing for J-Hop. If you've
been neglectful about getting your
dress before, you're in luck, be-
cause THE DILLON SHOP is still
showing the very best --with
chiffons, especially, that are very
much in vogue. One that especi-
ally sticks in your correspondent's
mind's eye is a beautiful white
chiffon (you know white is tradi-
tionally supreme for J-Hop) with
a flowing tri-colored train of cor-
onation red and blue and the most
heavenly shade of green. How
does that sound, gals! Or if you
had wanted black she has a gor-
geous black chiffon with inlaid
lace flower edgings. Oh, I could
go on and on describing the lov-
liest formals but time and space
permit it not. Just go and see for
yourself. Darling spring prints of
silks and satins that are abso-
lutely indispensable for the house
party can be found here too. Re-
member this is to be an all-
important and stunning ward-
robe and this is the time and the
plate to get it.
THE PARROT SPEAKS! Intro-
ducing, 'way after exams have
passed out of the picture, a weekly
"gossip"- shall we say - that
will let you in on all the campus
doings as well as the supposedly
innermost secrets of your best
friends. The point seems to be
that you get the confidence (gossip
to you) and pass it on to the little
contribution b o x - completely
anonymous understand - and oh!
so much fun until, of course,
someone "turns the tables" on
you: But really it's all in fun! So
you can bet, just by looking
around, that THE PARROT really
IS the place to go.

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beautiful,

better ways in which to say

glorious,

and such - we'd gladly use
them. Even superlatives fail
us in trying to tell you how
overwhelming is the collec-
tion of Formal Gowns await-

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report of any smart infor-
mal affair most any day
now, the new spring suits
being practically irresistible
and so just right to wear
under a coat these days -
later with furs or sca'rf.

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Blouses in silks or linens.
Also the new British Shirt
from two dollars.

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