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AT, JAN. 78.,1938

THE MICHIGAN D ATT.V

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More Than 130
Special Guests
To Be Present
Parents Of Conim ittee
Chairmen And Faculty
Members Are Invited
More than 130 people, including
" f faculty members and parents of the
central committee members, have
been invited as special guests for the
1939 J-Hop.
The list wi linclude Prof. and Mrs.
A.Hd. White; Dr. and Mrs. F. J.
Hodges;Dr. Luther C. Carpenter; Dr.
and Mrs. W. G. Maddock; Dr. R. S.
Billmer; Dr. and Mrs. George Ham-
mond; Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Durbee;
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Vedden and Dr.
and Mrs. F. A. Coller.
Lieut.-Col. Edwards Included
Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. B. D.
Edwards; Prof. and Mrs. David Mat-
tern; Prof. and Mrs. John E. Ems-
wiler; Prof. and Mrs. L. L. Watkins;
Prof. and Mrs. C. B. Vibbert, Prof.
and Mrs. W. P. Wood; Prof. and Mrs.
J. R Hayden; Prof. and Mrs. Robert
Angell; Prof. and Mrs. Emil Lorch;
Prof. and Mrs. A. E. White are also
included.
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Wahr; Dr. and
Mrs. C. F. Remer; Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Allen; Prof, and Mrs. H. Y. McClus-
k'ey; Prof. and Mrs. M. J. Thompson;
Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Hammett; Prof.
and Mrs. R. C. Hussey; Prof. L. G.
Vander Velde; Prof. D. V. Baxter;
Prof. J. P. Slusser; Dr. and Mrs. Ra-
phael Isaacs; Prof. and Mrs. E. D.
Travis; Mr. Jacob Van Tuinen; Mr.
Mitchell; Prof. and Mrs. Shorey Pe-
terson; Prof. and Mrs. R. A. Dodge;
Prof. and Mrs. W C. Sadler are on the
list.
Many Professors Will Be There
Others on the guest list are Prof.
and Mrs. W. A. Abbott; Prof. and Mrs.
E. J. Ash; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kipke;
Prof: and Mrs. H. J. Heneman; Prof.
and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg; Prof. and
Mrs. L. J. Rowe; Prof. P. M. Cuncan-
non; Prof. and Mrs. D. W. McCready;
Prof. and Mrs. C. J. Wells will be
there.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Doty; Mr. and
Mrs. N. D. Revelli; Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Thrall; Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Williams; Mr. R. H. Gillette; Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Secord; Mr. Samuel L.
Announcement
F o r Interview
Dates Is Made
Today Is Last Opportunity
For All League Petitions,
Miss Maliszewski Says
Dates for interviewing for the 11
major positions on the League, and 3
judiciary council positions were an-1
nounced by Angelene Maliszewski, '38,.
head of Judiciary Council.
Today is the last day of petitioning
for these positions. Positively no ex-
tension of time will be given Miss
Maliszewski stated.
Dates for the interviews are, 4 to 6
p.m. Monday, Feb. 14, 3 to 6 p.m.,
Tuesday, Feb. 15, 4 to 6 p.m. Wednes-
day, Feb. 16, 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 17, and 3 to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb.
18.
Women may apply for the positions
of president, three vice-presidents,
secretary, treasurer and chairman of
the social, merit system, theatre-arts,
orientation and publicity committees
of the League. Interviewing will also

be held for two junior positions and
one senior one on Judiciary Council.
Blanks for petitioning are available
in the undergraduate offices of the
League.
Any woman who has done any work
on class projects or on the commit-
tees of the League may petition, Miss
Maliszewski said. Women are urged
not to be too modest in stating their
qualifications for the positions.
Alpha Epsilon Phi Wins j
Class B Basketball Title
Alpha Epsilon Phi won the finals
of the Class B division of the women's
basketball tournament yesterday
when Zone IV defaulted, with lessl
than a minute left to play, because
two of their players were put out of
the game on fouls and there was no
one to replace them.
Lee Siff, '40, Alma Simon, '40,
Phyllis Diamond, '39, Ruth Frank, '38,
Barbara Weil, '39, Helen Rumizen,
'40, Ruth Jacobson, '40, Miriam Szold,
'40, and Jane Sanger, '40, played forE
Alpha Epsilon Phi.

To Furnish Music

S ST h ee acuty , Chnese Will Receive j
es s nd Pa rosT hree Faculty Aimouiiemnt Is Made cri
F Sts A n d i Of Assembly Ball Plan s 1 ver50 For Relief
M en To Leave General plans for the Assembly Ball!
Swere discussed by members of the More than $500, which includes the
n Sabbatical Si Central Committee at their first:p ofits fromthe Chinese movie, "Song
ForJunior Dance Dance Patron s " meeting held yesterday in the Leagee.dn,"will be sent to the Chinese
xT Prof. Stuart A. Courtis ofr hI The ball will be held March ;1 inV Red Cioss and other forms of civilian
.,rsk. List is lelcaed colo dctonwl ev aethe League ballroom. A list of theitcinCnabthCies
( committee members selected by the
B overno in February with Mrs. Courtis for various chairmen will b seannouncedounh illeE ranited
V !rnorhis sabbatical leave of absence to at- at the beginning of the second semnes- throuoh the Chinese Embassy dirct-
ar ___ Commit tend the meetings of the Progressive ter Norma Curtis, '39, general chair-!ly to China for the civilian and refu-
t??rirma Of>oin iue Education Association in New York, man, announced..*.Cieif nadto ote"og
City and of the National Association he studentse
Marietta Killian, Names of School Administrators in Atlantic Dutch Guiana in South America. Thet
Dr. Clfford Woody also ofrthe. Th pcitnte hasb p-
.JHK More Than 70 Patrons City. March 9 they will sail for Eu-School of Education withnr.Wo p rhedbyseveralntrgynh
PrWGoerdnra Mrs iter, rsr r , Swila, n nn Ia, er ep ait o
solim Thea, aR nd Mrsahn Yumgoslrvih, Buaria to ssCon.ni-tewne otsi lrd heeIfrtebnfto hi ud h
;:_:;;, tr:;kin M."Cofk,:f:Hill;d: e; r oe we r ebruhy wl o o rwhiswi l l e v n hi e etr a b tcl* eri ndi*idor w o w n
t willheadthe list of more than 70 pa- ole returning by way of Roumania Woody will visit various exper- committee is very anxious to express
tron:an.paronsse:fo:th;198;Hngay, ustala Czcholavkia mental schools and do some writing. its appreciation of the support given
trn n arnse o h 98HugrAsriCehsao ,They are also laying tentative plan~s the entertainment by the students,
JHop, Marietta Killian, chairman of l an r a ew fro a motor trip to Mexico. faculty and townspeople,
weeks in England they will sail June__
the committee, announced yesterday. s 5 from Ireland in order that Profes- P ET
I President and Mrs. Ruthven are al- sor Courtis will be back in Ann Arbor -
so on the list, as are Reger. and Mrs. in time for the Summer Session.
Junius Beal; Regent anc Mrv. Prof. and Mrs. Calvin . Davis will t
FranklinM. Cook, of Hillsdale; e- p in February on hissabbatical"
The usicof ill ortr an nt sther M. Cramis and: iery s i l ema inyr Bfohr; abost r h ree weeks.
wg to drive to Mexico City where they
getC sterM Caman Ary . OU.
JMMY pSY M n am of Flint; Regent and Mrs. Da iLaterthey will sail from New Or-
(_____________ i .Colyo eri;Rgn1leans on a 40-day Caribbean cruise, be it a POKE BONNETr
and Mrs. C. J. Hemans of Lansing, visiting ports, Jamaica, Haiti, Guade-
Mate C ae pyT o mly m. CRegent and Mrs. Ralph Stone of lope, Martinique and British and PILL BOX, or SNAP BRIM
tDetroit; Regent and Mrs. John n _P__ d s , A
banrom thne campus Unon. detand r. J.D.erue; Vide- hws rf.adMr.E V o
TE-A~I!Lynch of Detroit; Regent E. C. Vreyo ooshv
For U isnTo ihSield; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Elliott of Olmsted and Dean and Mrs. W. R. H. NeWkasei29outhae
Lansing. I Humphreys; Dean Jeanette Perry;j
The music of Bill Porter and iOthers on the list are: Vice-PresiDe
stand fromep ampsBofincfrhigandenandMrs..E.Grucfin;De-n~~--Smith will also be present.
nt!president and Mrs. Shirley Smith and Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bishop; Dr. F.
State College will play from 9 p.m.ed E.tRobbydsDenrodMs.d.MCs. W.rF-
Marne alroo atFrnkfrt i e-PMrsiet and CMrs.y Clrendet -- Rob-s Pr- and -r-.-W- --
to 1 a.m. today at the regular mem- ( icePrsdetakums.Carne Bennett; Prof. and Mrs. D. M. Yau.S H L ES M L I E
bership dance of the Union. tan C. Anderson ; Dean and Mathews; Prof. a
Porter and his 11 musicians come Da Mrs. H. M. Bates; Dean and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Watkins; Miss 219 South Main Street
here direcuiy from the campus at 1W. Bunting; Dean and Mrs. Joseph'EhlM~rik r n r.T
East Lansing where they have been BI y}enadMs.S .Dn;H Tapping complete the list.
playing. They will take the band- Dean and Mrs. A. C. Furstenbergn ---
stand replacing Bob Steinle for the; Dean and Mrs. C. E. Griffin; Dean ___ ___" _____ -- - ___ - -- _________
night,.land Mrs. E. H. Kraus; Dean Alice C. --_ .....__ ____ _______________
tival at Holland. and Mrs. A. H. Lovell; Dean and Mrs.I -------- - __ - __'-- -____________
--- -
tivalatH llan._andMrs.A._HLovel;_D ana dMr. -_ ___ __ - --- -- ---- - __ _ ____-

KAY KYSER
Wm. S. Carlson; Mr. and Mrs. D. B.,
Gooch; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bittinger;
Mrs. Esther C. Griffin; Miss Elizabeth1
A. Smith are included on the list.
Miss Louise E. Coon; Mr. and Mrs. I
A. K. Stevens; Mr. and Mrs. R. W.{
Webster; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Riskey;I
Mr. Carl DeVine; Dr. W. B. Brace;
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alexander; Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Belden; Mr. and Mrs.1
H. L. Bleecker; Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
4urmell; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Collins,
will be present.I
Mrs. F. W. DuBois; Mr. and Mrs.1
C. C. Kettler; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kil-
lian; Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lackey; Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. McElroy; Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Osburn; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. A.-
Reid; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Reider; Mr.1
and Mrs. E. B. Zwick; and Mrs. G. H.
Wilcox complete the number.t

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Cotining---Goodear"s

After -Inventory
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RR CADE JEWI
_-- Makers of College and

Hundreds of Extraordinary Values throughout the Store-Drastic
price redvetions on all women's and children's Winter Apparel
-also on all old lots and broken size ranges of regular merchandise.
ALL SALES FINAL ... NO EXCHANGES, APPROVALS
OR TELEPHONE ORDERS . . . NONE SENT C.O.D.

F UR

COATS

Now 13 Less
Than the Present Marked Prices
Goodyear Quality Furs ... the smartest styles of the season
. . . beautifully matched pelts . . Now at a THIRD LESS
than the present marked prices. Here's an opportunity to
own a really fine coat at a very moderate cost.
CHOOSE FROM THESE - DEDUCT A THIRD

Platinum Checkiang Caracul
... .195.00.
Swagger and Full Length
Raccoon . . . 195.00.
Silvertone Muskrat... 195.00
Natural Silver Muskrat .
195.00.
Eel Grey Checkiang Caracul
. . . 175.00.
Silver Muskrat . . . 175.00.
Brown Certified Russian
Pony . . . 150.00.

Black Certified Russian Pony
. . . 150.00.
Natural Silver Muskrat . . -
150.00.
Merit Seal . . . 150.00.
Ombre Russian Caracul . .
100.00.
Black Russian Pony.. .100.00
Black Lapan . . . . 100.00
Northern Seal . . . 100.00
Natural Panther . . . 100.00
French Seal . . . . . . 79.50

DRESSES
Reduced to
5,00 10.00 15.00
The remaining winter stock of
daytime dresses. Styles for street
and afternoon in sheers, crepes,
fine wools, printed satin jersey,
lame, and a few velvets. Many
of them wearable for Spring.
Sizes for women and misses.
Formals, in Crepe, Lame, Vel-
vet, Taffeta, Lace.... 7.98 each
MILLINERY
1.00 2.00 3.00
The entire stock of winter milli-
nery reduced for clearance . . .
some of the colors and fabrics
make them good from now
through spring. Toques, brims,
bonnets, turbans.
FIRST FLOOR
Felt and Suede Calots and Snap
Brims ..............:..69c each
Pure Linen Sports Handkerchiefs
................... 4 for 50c
Initialed and Plain Pure Linen
Handkerchiefs.........19c each
Black and Brown Antelope hand-
bags .......2.98 and 4.98 each
Daytime and Evening Bags...
....... ............ 1.39 each
Gold Jewelry and Flowers...
. . . Less
Felt and Velvet Hats and Calots
.49c each
Genuine Leather Fitted Travel-
ing Cases ... 1.98 and 3.98 each
Wool, Chiffon, and Silk Scarfs
.... 49c each
hand Woven Wool and Silk Ascot
and Tubular Scarfs.... .89c each
Angora and Handwoven Wool
Scarfs............ 1.98 each
KID GLOVES
1.98 and 2.98 pair
Almost 100 pairs of fine kid
gloves that were formerly
much higher priced, now in
this clearance group. Black,
brown, and a few colors. . . .
sizes 5 3 4 to 72.

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FURS - THIRD FLOOR

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SKI TOGS
and ACCESSORIES
1 3 LESS
The entire stock of fleece, gab-
ardine, and tweed ski suits; sep-
arate ski pants; genuine Hudson
Bay jackets; sheared lambskin
chubs; socks, gloves, scarfs and
caps are all reduced to 1 3 less
than marked prices.
Angora knit dresses; long sleeved,
pastels and high shades... .7.98
Jersey and Chenille Knit Dresses;
2- and 3-piece .......4.98 each
Long Sleeved Slipover Angora
and Cashmere Sweaters.....
. 1.98 and 2.98
Entire Stock of Long Sleeved
Angora and Cashmere Cardigans
.4.98 each
Afternoen and Dinner Blouses
and Jackets. .1.98, 2.98 and 4.98
each.
Reversible and Zippered Lining
Tweed Topcoats.......... 19.98
Unlined Jackets of Corduroy,
Velveteen, Checked and Plain
Wool.....................4.98
Sports Shop - Third Floor
BEDSPREADS
20" LESS

SECOND FLOOR
17 Cotton Pajamas and Gowns
.1.39 each
28 Silk and Wool Union Suits..
.1.98 each
10 Silk and Wool Pants and
Vests.1.69 each
10 Cotton Lounging Pajamas,
2-pe.................1,98 each
55 Silk Crepe and Satin Slips,
tailored and lace trimmed. ...
.1.49 each
2e Cotton Nightgowns. 1.49 each
Brief Panties, Stepins, Gowns,
Bloomers, Vests....... 98c each
9 Vanity Fair Knit Petticoats,
tearose only .......1.49 each
15 Satin and Silk Crepe Night-
gowns ......4.98 and 5.98 each
Stepins, Slips, Pajamas, Chemise,
Knitted Jackets .... 1.98 each
9 Silk Crepe and Satin Gowns,
.3.98 each
PILLOWS
1.19 1.98 2.98
Satins . . . Taffetas . . . Moire
and Damask ... brocade plain
and quilted covered pillows in
colors suitable for every room
in the house. Wonderful val-
ues at these low prices.

Capeskin Gloves.......98c pair
Knitted Gloves and Mittens . . .
odd sizes ... . ........ 49c each
15 Pairs Wool and Fur-Lined
Gloves ............ 1.95 pair
50 Pairs Silk and Wool and
Lisle Hose...... 79c, 2 pair 1.50
28 Pair Pastel and White Bed
Socks 49c pair
HOSIERY
69c pair

and Avoid E barrassing Situations

WRAG DICTATES FASHION
Wrag suggests cellophane earrings
for those women who like to wear ear-
rings to classes but are reluctant
about it because the custom isn't so

Troponto worked taffetas, reps,
Carter chenilles . . . Gren, wine,
rust brown, gold rose and tan.
All Sie f,,fl hrci7a

GIFTS
69c 98c 1.49

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