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M '1 ~THE MICHIGAN DALY
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Plans First

Forum Series To Begin:
Next Week; No Further
Charge For Feature
The Union will again resume its
plan of social hours with the fourth
in the series of buffet suppers to
be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the main dining room.
Hf. Murray Campbell, '38, who is
in charge of the suppers, stated that
the attendance has been quite good
at preceding suppers and that he
feels they will become more popular
since exams are over and the new se-
mester has begun. All students and
faculty members are invited to at-
tend in order to encourage Sunday
evening gatherings.
The second floor ballroom which
has been converted into a lounge and
radio room has been open for all
guests until 10:30 p.m. but Campbell
wishes to stress the fact that this is
one of the most important features
of the evening and to urge more peo-
ple to enjoy the congeniality this room,
affords. The game rooms will also be
open for men and women during the
afternoon and evening.
A series of forums which will pre-
cede the suppers is to be a new fea-
ture but they will not be inaugurated
until the following week. The speaker
for the first forum has not been an-
nounced. There will be no additional
charge forithis new entertainment
and the price for the supper will re-
main 50 cents.
Pe tioning For League
Awards To En Todayl

Of Dances Tonight
The first dance of a bi-monthly
series to take place during this se-
mester will be held by the Student
Christian Association from 9 to 12
p.m. today at Lane.Hall.
Jacobs' Wolverines, an eight-piece
orchestra, will inaugurate the serie
tonight and entertainment and re-
freshments will also be included. The
entertainment has not yet been an-
nounced, but ice cream and cookies
are to be served, committee members
of the S.C.A. said yesterday. The
dance is open to all students as well
as members of the S.C.A. Admission
will be 25 cents, with special rates to
be offered to NYA students upon
presentation of their NYA tickets.
Mr. and Mrs. George Alder, Miss
Mildred Sweet, and Mr. Wallace Watt
will chaperon the dance, which was
planned under the direction of Wil-
liam Barndt, '37, general dance com-
mittee chairman of the S.C.A. Com-
mitteemen who are assisting Barndt
are Mildred Hayes, '39M, refresh-
ments; John Mulkey, '39E, decora-
tions; John Edmonds, '38, specialties;
and Frank McDonald, '39, publicity.
Alumnae Meet
In- Preparaton
For Centennial
Interest in the centennial celebra-
tion for the University which will
be held in June is being shown by the
Michigan Alumnae groups all over
the country, Mrs. Lucille B. Conger,
executive secretary of the League,
announced yesterday.
Evidence of this is found in the
recent meetings held by the Birming-
ham. Saginaw and Lansing groups,
Mrs. Conger said.
Emily Bates, A.B. '32, president of
the New York City Alumnae Associa-
tion, will conduct the meeting of that
metropolitan group on March 2. The
guest speaker will be Dorothea
Brande, '14, author of "Wake Up and
Live," a best seller last season.
Miss Bates, who will be one of the
representatives of the New York City
Group at the centennial celebration,
was an outstanding woman on cam-
pus during her four years here as
well as one who received high aca-
demic recog ition. In addition to be-
ing elected to Phi Kappa Phi and Phi
Beta Kappa, she was a member of
Wyvern, Mortarboard, the League
Council and was chairman of Soph-
omore Cabaret, Junior Girls Play and
of the Panhellenic Banquet. Miss
Bates was a member of Kappa Delta
sorority.
Women's Basketball
Tournament To Begin
Women's basketball is now organ-
ized for a round-robin tournament to
begin on Tuesday, Feb. 30, according
to Norma Curtis, '39, the manager.
Practice games were held Thurs-
day and other practice games are
planned for next Tuesday and Thurs-
day. The women have been divided
into six teams under the following
captains: Jane Dunbar, '40, Barbara
McIntyre, '38, Betty Lyon, '40, Zen-
ovia Skoratko, '40, Martha Tillman,
'39 and Sally Connery, '40.
A graduate faculty team is also
entered in -the tournament.

Short Box Jacket Suits Make
Basis For Spring Wardi
By PHYLLIS MINER prune-colored jersey blouse
When the whiffs of spring come Another style is an impuc
into the air the wardrobe closet is peplum suit that has meta
one of the first places to be attacked. and three pockets. The suit i
All the heavy sombre clothes of win- tweed and has square padd
ter must be packed away into your ders. Fingertip capes are a
trunks or attic, and in their places worn over short jacket su
you must recreate a fresh new ward- reefer suits that button ui
robe. high lapels are receiving sI
The starting point for all spring clamation.
outfits is a suit. This is the pole While the last few dregs
around which all your clothes can are still with us, why not
revolve. And for your delight and your spirits by stopping in
choice, Madame Fashion has created little shop and 'suiting you
a prodigious number of the latest suit
styles that have remarkable new fea- -
tures which are bound to win your
wholehearted approval.
Feminine Trend Shown
Suits are a trifle more feminine
this season. The skirts are slender SECRI
and narrow, although they are still
'swing' and the gorings are discreet B S N
and tidy. Jackets are shorter, the
ideal length just covering the hip-
bones. Shoulders are square and box- N EW C LA
like. The exaggerated puff-shoulders
are definitely out. Collars are small,
and many suits are even collarless.
And pockets receive unprecedented TYPING
attention, appearing in every conceiv-
able shape and position. Buttons al- SHORTHAN D
'o make their appearance in the most
amazing new forms of decorations. STE NOTYPY
Materials hark back to the Gay (Machine Shorthand
Nineties. Returning to cloth, the great
grand-daughters are bengaline, faille,
Poiret tweed, nun's veiling, box clothi PERPETUA
and whipcord. These crisp fabrics
lend themselves beautifully to the
new whittled lines in suits. Hag iton
Plaids Are Popular
Paris demands plaids this year. One William at State Stre
tyle shows an adorable box topper
in navy and green plaid that is worn --==-__=_=_=___ --
over a slim dark Shetland skirt. It
is almost fashionable to have the
short jacket a plaid of some sort, and
then contrast it with a plain dark
skirt. Or a single colored jacket is rTAL
smart with a contrasting skirt. A
melon-colored jacket is lovely with
a black tweed skirt. N El
An especially lovely model uses
gray Linton tweed in a single breast- NE R
ed jacket and straight jacket. The
waist-line is high and emphatic, and
the collar is small with quite decided
revers. There are five little rhin- No movii
cceros buttons down the front of the
jacket. To contrast with the grey, aLasting eI
Continue
Pollock To DISCUsS
FuHest o
State Civil Service Savings ti
"Civil Service in the Modern State"
will be the subject of Prof. James
Pcllock's talk at 3 p.m. today in the
League.
Professor Pollock will address the
joint meeting of the Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti branches of the American
Association of University Women. He
was appointed to the Civil Service
Study Commission in 1935 by Gov-
ernor Fitzgerald, and his appoint-
ment has been approved by Governor
Murphy.
The Pollock bill, which will be
presented to the Legislature soon,
will be discussed by Professor Pollock
who has made extensive studies in
various states on this subject.
Preceding the joint meeting, Mrs.
William Haber will conduct a dis-
cussion of current legislation

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