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SUNDAY, JAN. 30, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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R aschel's

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Play

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Honor Society
Will Sponsor
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Guest Of J-Hop General Chairman

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Affair Feb. 2,3
Informality Is Announced
As Theme Of 'Payoff,;
Will Be Held At League
Jimmy Raschel and his Negro band
direct from Detroit have been sched-
uled to play for "Payoff" to be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.. Friday, Feb.
25 in the League Ballroom, according
to Roberta Melin, '38, publicity chair-
man.
The dance which is-to be an in-
formal all campus affair is being
sponsored by Mortarboard.
Tickets Go On Sale
Miss Melin stated it would be a
woman's date dance. The tickets,
priced at $1.50 per couple, will be
limited to 300 couples. They may
be obtained from Mortarboard mem-
bers or at the main desk at the
League.
Informality is to be the main theme
and women are encouraged to wear
sweaters and skirts. The dance will
Ie even more informal than the reg-
ular Friday and Saturday League
Dances.
"Lazybones" Dacon, the ' "Stepin
Fetchit" of the Air' will be featured
with the orchestra, Miss Melin an-
nounced. She said that the band is
noted for its sweet music as well as
swing music.
Announce Committees
Betty Gatward, '38, has been select-
ed as general chairman of the dance.
The committee members assisting her
include Marie Sawyer, '38, music
chairman; Elizabeth Whitney, '38,
patrons; Elizabeth Baxter, '38, tick-
ets;; Mary Johnson,.''38, entertain-
ment; Margaret Curry, '38; and Miss
Melin, publicity.

Guests Of J-Hop
Committeemen
n
Are Announced
Permission Of 4:30 a.m.
Given Women Attendir. W
Breakfasts After Ball-
Guests# of the central committee
members of the 1938 J-Hop, to be
held from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Feb. 11,
in the Intramural Building, were an-
nounced yesterday.
Marietta Killian, chairman of the
patrons committee, will be the guest!
of Robert Reid, who is general chair-
man of the ball.
Guests Are Named
John Collins, secretary of J-Hop j
committee, will have as his guest Vir-
ginia Vorhees, '39. Joe Osburn, chair-
man of the floor committee, will at-
tend' with Elizabeth Powers, '38.
Jean Bleecker, who is in charge of
the decorations committee, will at- I
tend with Claude Rogers, of Chelsea.
John Burwell, booth chairman, will
have as his guest Ruth Stegena, '39.
Marvin Reider, who is in charge of
publicity for the dance, will have as
his guest Beatrice Rattner, '41.
Marie McElroy, chairman of pro-
gram committee, will attend the
dance with Charles Lovett, '39. Doris
Cohn, of Buffalo, N.Y., will be the
guest of Martin Alexander, who is in
charge of building. Ralph Du Bois, al-
so in charge of booths, yill bring Mary
Quinn of Birmingham, Mich.
Guest Is From Royal Oak
Donald Belden, of the booth com-
mittee, will have as his guest Mary
Marilyn Johnson, of Royal Oak, andI
Elsie Jane Burkett, '39, will attend
with Lawrence Lackey, co-chairman I
of the decorations committee.
Mary Bell, '39, will be the guest of
John Wilcox, chairman of the ticket
committee. Charles Zwick, music
chairman, will have as his guest Vir-
ginia Sims, of Chicago.
Jimmy Dorsey and Kay Kyser's or-
chestras will furnish the music for
the ball. Late permission of 4:30 a.m.

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-Courtesy of Detroit News.
Miss Killian of Allegan (above), will be the guest of Robert Reid,
general chairman for the '39 i-Hop. She is chairman of the patrons
committee for the dance and is affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis sorority.
Latest Cardigans Feature Short
Sleeves And Soft Pastel Wools

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t& VOGUE
HANDKERCHIEF
of The Month
1VIOLETS and PRIMROSES
in bright blue, navy, dubonnet, rust, 4
green, brown, black, purple.
ALWAYS REASONABLY PRICED
GAGE LINEN S HO0PQ
10 NICKELS ARCADE
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By VALDA SPRING I wool with a tab attached to the will be given to those women who go
Bw'to breakfast after the ball. Other-
Sweaters, those perennial favorites, turned over collar upon which may wise, women will be required to return
are still with us, but all dressed up in be worn your monogram. It is a plain to their residences at 3:30 a.m.
fweave and ribbed at the waist and at _________
the new spring colors and styles. the bottom of the short sleeves.
For several seasons campus wear Yoke Motif Comes Back Hygiene Lecture Series
has demanded that the well dressed The newest note in sweaters is ap- For Women Announced
coed wear the soft knitted cardigans parent in two other styles, both with
!which appeared in class rooms and on long sleeves and high-ribbed waist- The hygiene lecture series for
coke dates indiscriminately. To be lines. The first of these is also ribbed women will be given second semester.
smart they were worn with the sleeves about six incheĀ§,p. the sleeve and in All women who are deficient in
pushed above the elbow and now the a yoke-like manner at the neck. It their hygiene requirements and who
inevitable answer to this situation has is a hip length slipover made of na- expect to graduate during the coming
come; new short-sleeved versions of turaly colored wool. school year must take the lecture
the cardigan. .series, Dr. Vilda Garden announced.
Classics Appear In Cashmere COLLER TO TALK
The first of these revived classics Prof. Frederick A. Coller, of the de-' BURSLEY FOR ALDERMAN
is of cashmere, deeply ribbed, with partment of surgery, will deliver a Petitions were being circulated yes-
lacy detail on the shoulders and tiny speech on "Some Interesting Phases terday urging the nomination of Prof.
white pearl buttons. Another is of of the Medical Profession" to the local Phillip E. Bursley of the French de-
turquoise-blue wool, also ribbed, with Exchange club at a dinner meeting partment as Republican candidate
tiny cuffs on the sleeves and eight Monday in the Union. for alderman from the seventh ward.
silver metal buttons down the front.;--
It is a logical development of the
campus craze and should be as pop-
ua hs spring as the Big Applewas'
last fall. !
Another super-new model is as sleek
and smooth looking as a shirt. It is
knitted of yellow mohair and zephyr

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TOO LATE

LJr Leatz1
HALE
Fashions

to get in
of these

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beautiful

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Shirley qy
GOWNS
with the
FIT and LOOKS
of an evening dress
in light and dark silken
prints with backgrounds
in tea rose, white, maize,
light or dark blue.
Various models featuring
V or square neck. . back-
less styles too.. . sizes 32
to 40, at
Only $1.95

now at the

College Shop
Weve just unpacked our
initial purchase of Dor-
thea Hale Fashions . . .
and what an exciting lot
they are, interpreting the
junior tempo of today.
You, too, will be thrilled,
as we were, when you see
them . . . Dorthea Hale
Fashions are not just reg-
ular "misses" styles, and
certainly not just "Little
Girl" frocks, but they're
charming fashions especi-
ally designed for Juniors
of today. Silk crepes,
novelty weaves and light
weight wools for every
daytime occasion.

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