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VY, JAN. 27, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

D I Athletic Ecents ~ New W.A.A. Sport Season To Include

J- lop To Have
Sky Blue Motif
In Decorations
End Panels To Be Draped
in Red Velvet Trimmed
With Metallic Material
Silver glitter stars in a center pan-
nel of blue will give a sky effect to
the decorations planned for the 1939
J-Hop according to Wes Lane, '40 and
Don Nixon, '40, co-chairmen of dec-
orations.
The ceiling of the room will have
large strips of medium blue cloth
and light tan cloth running the
length of the Intramural Building.
There will be a six foot valance of
blue material connecting the ceiling
with each booth, and on each valance
fraternity insignias will be placed to
designate the various booths.
PaInels To Have Red Velvet
The focal points in tnis year's
scheme of decorations are centered at
each end of the room and on the two
band stands, Lane said. The end
panels will be draped in' a dark red
velour trimmed with metallic drapes.
It is planned to throw spot lights on
the cloth so that the figures will be
shown in relief at each end of the
room.I
The booths will be draped with bur-
gundy sateen trimmed in gold to meet
the columjns. The booths at the west
end for the independent groups will
be furnished with red chrome chairs
and daenports. ,
Modernistic Lighting Effect
The columns around the room, sep-
arating the booths, will be semi-cir-
cular and. will be arranged to pro-
duce a subdued lighting effect, in
keeping with the metropolitan air of
the decorations. The top of the col-
umn will be of a modernistic design
to blend with the valance, Lane said.
For the first time in its history, the
J-Hop committee has provided for
an attached seat around the base of
each column, the chairman of the
decoration committee announced. In
this manner it will be possible to give
additional seating facilities for those
attending the dance.
The band stands will be directly op-
posite each other on each side of the
room and will be draped with red ve-
lours background. The base of the
bandstands will be surrounded with
stiff metallic material with a scal-
loped edge.
RecreationIs
Now Stressed
For All Nurses
By ESTHER OSSER
Social life for the student nurses at
Couzens Hall, which, with its 285
single sleeping rooms, lounges and li-
brary, kitchenette and sun parlors,
makes one of the most modern and
complete nurses' residences in the
country today, is of necessity a little
fuller in some respects than is that
of other dormitories on the campus.
As life begins at 6:50 in the morn-
ing and continues through the day
until about 7 p.m. for the majority of
student, it is easy to see why they
participate so little in ordinary ex-
tra-curricular activities. When we
add to this the fact that most study-
ing must be done between 7 p.m. and
10 p.m., with lights out at 10:30, we
find a practical reason for the at-
tempts to increase the social life with-
in the Hall itself.
Activities Are Regulated
The Student Cooperative Govern-

ment Association, to which every stu-
dent belongs, the Executive Commit-
tee of this organization, and a Fac-
ulty Advisory Committee regulate, in
a general way, all undergraduate ac-
tivities that are not academic in na-
ture.
The Outdoor Club provides, for
those who are fond of this form of
receration, such activities as hiking,
breakfasts at the Island, camp-fire
hours, canoeing and tennis.
F The school sponsors three outside
dances a year, two of which are for-
mal and are held at the League, and
one of the informal type, given at
the Women's Athletic Building. One
or two house dances are also included
each year.
Edit Two Publications
Two publications, Scalpel, an an-
nual, and TPR, a monthly magazine,
are edited by students who are in-
terested in this type of activity.
A Dramatic Club, with membership
open to all residents, meets for the
purpose of reading and discussing
plays and their authors, as well as
the art of stage management. The
Club's one-act plays are a popular
feature on many of the school's en-
tertainment programs.
In such ways does the school,
through the medium of social ac-
tivities, try to provide a carefully
planned recreational program which
will meet the extra-curricular needs
of the undergraduate nurse.

Collarless Fitted Suit

Dancing Class New W.A.A. Sport Season To Inlude
Is To Continue Badminton, Basketball And Ping-Pong
League To Be Sponsor For __
Second Semester The badminton, basketball, mod- modern dance experience is eligible 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays and
ern dance, bowing, fencing, rifle and for'the club. Wednesdays andfrom 3:30 p.m. to
The dancing classes sponsored by swimming clubs will be active in the The organization meeting for 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays. and Thursday
the League, first semester, were so second indoor season of the Women's fencing will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wed- starting Monday, Feb. 13 Edapt.
successful that they are going to be f Athletic Association, which will begin nesday, Feb. 15, at Barbour Gymna- Merton G. Wallington of the R.O.T.C.
continued again secon semeternextsemesterNomaCurt.'39hassium, Julia Ann Upson, '39, manager will coach the club members Tuesdays
second semester, eannounced. Plans for regular meet- and Wednesdays. Anyone interest-
Grace Wilson, '39, vice-president of x announcect. p ing pong truinament ings, a iound-obin tounament ed in shooting is asked to join the
the League announced. will be added to the regular list of among club members and competition club. Previous experience is not nec-
There will be two groups, beginning tournaments. with other schools will be discussed at essary.
and intermediate. The teacher of Two women's singles badminton that time. The swimming club will .inyite
both groups will be Elva Pascoe, Grad, Tos l Houses To Play In Ping Pong Meet teams from Michigan State College
S tournaments. one for advanced play- A ping pong tournament is being and Wayne University to meet here,
who has studied at the Arthur Murray 'ers and the other for beginners, will planned for the first time next sea- Clara Lenfestey, '4lEd, manager, 'an-
Studios in Detroit. Although not a begin the first week of next semes- son. Entrants will play in their re- nounced, and telegraphic meets will
professional, Miss Pascoe has had ter. The women's doubles tourna- spective dormitories and sorority be held during Mai'ch. The first 'club
much experience with classes of this ment will start in approximately three houses if possible until the quarter- meeting of the new season will beheld
sort. weeks, Florence Corkum, '41Ed, man- finals are reached. Those who do at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, in the
The instructions are to start Tues- NORMA CURTIS. '39 ager, announced, and a mixed doubles not live where a ping-pong table is Union pool.
day, Feb. 21 for the beginning class Miss Curtis, president of WA.A.. F(t ounament may be held. The club is available may play in Barbour Gym-
and Wednesday, Feb. 22 for the in- Board, announces an active sports hoping to have meets with teams! nasium or the Women's Athletic
termediate class. They are to be program for the coming semester. from Michigan State College, Wayne Building. SMARTEST
held from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Among the newer features of the University and Michigan State Nor- Bowling To Start Feb. 20 HOSIERY SHOPPE
week in the League ballroom and the season will be a ping-pong tourna- mal College, Miss Corkum said. The intramural bowling tourna- Michigan Theatre BIdg
price will be three dollars for the ment, in addition to the usual tour- Men Invited To Badminton ment will start Monday, Feb. 20, F
course of eight lessons. The pianist naments in tennis, golf and bad- The badminton club holds two Jeanette Stickels. '40. manager, an-
will be Clyde Stitt, '39E. minton. meetings a week, one from 4:15 p.m. nounced. Entries must be in by Wed- C leara ce
to 5 p.m. Fridays for women only, nesday, Feb. 15. Anyone interested
Colore Velv t Aii Dt~ffl~ ~and the other from 7:30 p.m. to 9:151 may sign up in tjhe W.A.A. building.11I
Colored Velvet And Bunny Fur p.m. Wednesdays, to which men are The bowing alleys are open, from S l
invited. The club is open to every- 3:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 7 p.m
I oe anyone interested in joining to 9 p.m. daily and from 3 p.m. to 5 Continued - 3-day Special
Prove Chic For Evemng W ear is asked to come to any of the meet- p.m. Saturday. Men may use the KANT RUN HOSE in either
ings. The charge is 25 cents per sea- alleys if accompanied by women stu- 3- or 4-thread $1.15 Value.
Eson for use of the rackets, and mem- dents.
Evening wraps present a "bold own again i the evening wrap world. 1bers are asked to provide their own Intercollegiate telegraphic matches17FI
front" to the social world as they Three-quarter length coats are very birds. The first meeting will be held and matches with the R.O.T.C. and BLOUSES
loom up importantly on the fashion' popular, as is the short jacket in at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15. the faculty of the women's physical 8 hr
E feducation department, are being ll Lng Sleeve Sport Shirts,
horizon. The latest style in velvet, boxy, chunky style with square shoul- A round-robin basketball tourna- ed the rfe Lrsg $. Value
brocade, or quilted taffeta will give ders. ment will be played next semesterp 40 Fne ,'bhe rifle$1
'4,mngranucd.Terfe.10II
the wearer confidence and add that Brocade indicates ultra-formal eve- and the intramural tournament will range in the basement of the iomens
I nn b coplted AlhaPhiwil angthei intebsn t ofll te Woe'
final touch to a complete evening ning wear. One model in old ivorybe c ete Ap i il pha Athletic Building will be open from --- _- -
SHelen Newberry Residence in the ________
ensemble. with gold stitching is full length with semi-finals of the Class A tournament
Black velvet remains the most con- wide, pointed lapels at the neckline, and the winner will meet Martha r
ventional as well as the most popular Checks Are Youthful Cook in the finals. Jordan Hall is
material for the evening wrap. Lat- Quilted taffeta for those who will winner of the Class B division. Dor-
est styles include leg o' mutton sleeves achieve a more youthful, jaunty air othea Ortmayer, '41, is basketball
L and princess lines, while white fur is most effective in prints. A full manager.
trimming is optional. One favorite skirt with a plain colored belt and To Have Modern Dance ClubA tIno
model for winter evenings has a fur padded shoulders gives a charming A modern dance club is planned for
collar which will fold into a fur-lined silhouette to one model. The latest next semester, Beth O'Roke, '40A,
hood, eskimo style. material for this style comes in huge manager, announced. At the first
Royal Blue Is Popular multi-colored checks of brilliant hue. club meeting, which will be held at
C LAt' Color in velvet becomes increasing-, Capes are another choice for eve- '7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, in
ly popular. Royal blue is the most ning. Purple velvet gives a particu- Barbour Gymnasium, the members
likely choice to go with most gowns, larly rich effect although other shades will decide the times of regular meet- i
but wine red seems to be an ever of this material are frequently used. ings. Everyone who has had any
popular choice. For those who seek
t the unusual, bright red is stunning
with black and white formals, and
a forest shade of green is particularlynw it noath -Ei' tn d
-new for wear with prints or any ofF- fu0
y the softer shades. J,)
White bunny fur has come into its DOWNTOWN STORE and COLLEGESHOPS

An eight-gored sirt and fitted
collarless jacket are combined this
season to make up a tailored, cas-
ual suit. With a matching poke
bonnet-styled hat this outfit is
suitable for almost any occasion
on campus, from. tea 'dances to
hockey and basketball games.
Announce Betrothal
Of Lorine Leadenr
The engagement of Lorine Leaden
to Dr. Harold C. Hickman, '31, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Hickman
of Detroit has been annoumiced by the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam R. Leaden also of Detroit.
Miss Leaden attended the Convent
of the Sacred Heart and Southern
Seminary in Buena Vista, Va. Dr
Hickman is a member of Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda fraternity. The ceremony
will take place in March.

WA

BE PREPARED!

BLU EBOOKS

Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tues

ALL SIZES

sday

MILLER DRUG STORE
727 North University Phone 9797

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-COLLINS
CLEARANCE SALE
All Winter Merchandise

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DRESSES

Crepes . .. Velvets . . . Wools . . . Metallics . . . including our
famous Ellen Kaye frocks . . famous for their individual
detail, fine workmanship and perfect fit.
Formerly to $16.95 Formerly to $19.95
7 Dinner and Evening Dresses Now $10.00
6 Bradley Knit Dresses

Better values for better times - and we put that resolution to
action in our JANUARY MONTH-END SALE and HALF-
YEARLY CLEARANCE. THE BIGGEST VALUE
EVENTS IN OUR HISTORY. More and more people,
affluent and budget-bound, shopped here last year for the
things they needed - and they had fun doing it because our
prices were RIGHT - assortments COMPLETE - merchan-
dise FRESH. We're out to beat that record for 1939, so
SHOP HERE FIRST - SAVE TIME AND MONEY!
You'll have fun and your budget will be the better for it.
Sports, Dressy and Evening Dresses

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Price

$5.O

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Former Values $12.95 to $39.75

15.00

Bradley Knitted Skirts
Brown, Black, Wine, Green. Formerly $5.95
Bradley Knitted Jackets
$7.95

Fur Trimmed Dress Coats and Casual Coats
$18.00 and $28,00
Values to $69.75
Untrimmed Casual Coats at $11. and $8.

Matching Colors

Formerly $10.95

SUITS

Sweaters .

Formerly $3.95

. $2.45
S$1.95

Three-Piece
Two-Piece .

Sweaters

. . $22.50
$10.00

. Formerly $2.95

NEW TERN.[

CARDIGANS

Formerly $5.00 and $5.95 . . $3.95

Housecoats and Robes. $2.95, $5.00, $6.95

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