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January 19, 1940 - Image 5

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:i-Falutin!' Is Selected As Juior Girls' Play

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Gay Combinations
Help To Eliminate
Examination Blues
Have the January blues set in? Do
you feel that the prof has not noticed
your innate abilities? To pick you
up from that let down feeling that
comes with approaching finals, try
a new campus outfit."
If you are daring and want some-
thing very different, try the bowling
skirt. Of Dutch blue gabardine,
shirred about six inches through the
waist, it is divided to look like the
Dutch boy's pants it was copied from.
Little basque sweaters with gayly
colored embroidery set off the new
flaired skirts and are a pleasant
change from the "sloppy Joes.' In
all colors, trimmed with metal but-
tons and such novelties, they look
very native.
Those who still cling to the casual
will find something out of the usual
in the cardigan bound in tartan rib-
bon with matching plaid skirt. These
come in niany of the favorite clan
plaids.
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1910 Romance
.n Girls School
Is Drama Plot
Play Will Open March 13;
Next Week Is Eligibility
A d Recheck Deadline
"Hi-Falutin'!" is to be the name of
the 1940 Junior Girls' Play, it was de-
cided by the central committee,
headed by Jane Grove, '41, general
chairman, at a meeting held yester-
day:
The setting is the Temple Semin-
ary for Girls, an eastern school, in
the 1910 era, when school-age women
were always spoken of as "young
ladies." The plot concerns the
young women and their gentlemen
friends, with romance a ptimary fea-
ture of the atmosphere, and it was
written by Richard McKelvey, di-
rector of the Children's Theatre pro-
ductions.
Casting To Be Soon
Casting ~for parts in the play will
begin the first week of the second
semester, Lee Hardy, '41, chairman
of publicity, announced. The play
will be held March 13, 14, 15 and 16
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in the
League, the first night being given.
to seniors only.
The large number o niembers of
the cast is particularly favorable to
the purposes of the annual play, as
it offers opportunity for participa-
tion to many junior women.
To Have Office Hours
Other members of the central com-
mittee include Betty Ann Chaufty.
music; Ann Vedder, tickets; Betty
Lombard, ushers; Barbara Fischer,
finance; Maya Gruhzit, properties;
Marjorie Forrestel, co-clfairman of
properties; Helen Barnett, book-
holder; Ruth Fitzpatrick, make-up;
Virginia Osgood, dance; Betty Hoag.
assistant dance; Annabel Van Winkle,
patrons; Virginia Brereton, recorder;
Jane Krause, programs; Jane Pink-
erton, costumes and Grace Helen
Barton, assistant make-up.
Miss Van Winkle will be in the
Undergraduate Office of the League
from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to
sign eligibility cards and to receive
Health Service cards from those who
have had their re-checks.

More Than 350 Couples Will Attend Pro

HOSIERY
Week-end Specials
3- and 4-THREADS
Beautiful shades at
LAST CHANCE
for a good 2-thread
89P

t

Close out of SPORT SHIRTS
White and pastel colors
69c
SCARFS of Silk or Wool
Vhile they last .
39c and 69c
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

SALE1 Friday and Saturday
.A hat of VELVET or FELT to finish out the winter.,
These are good looking and priced at $1.00 each.
PARKAS and ANGORA TURBANS included
in this sale.
DANA RICHARDSON
309 South State ... at the Dillon Shop V
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Absurd And Extreme Fashion
Trends Of Designers Assailed

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By FRANCES MENDELSON
Most women are so busy defending
the fashion trends to men of their
acquaintance, that they rarely stop
to. realize how perfectly ridiculous
some fads are.
Far be it from us to denounce any-
thing new and slightly batty in the
clothing line-frankly, we love it.
But if you have a few extra minutes,
pick up a copy of one of the better
style magazines ad glance through
it. Some of the things you find
therein should make you wonder to
what the female sex is coming-or
at least to what the fashion dictators
think we are coming.
On the cover of one of these maga-
zines this month there is a very exotic
blond (betwen two equally gorgeous
brunettes). One glance at lady num-
ber one, however ,should show you

Worthy of J-Hop...--'
(A Compliment To Any Formal)
A special trip to New York for the ex-
press purpose of buying formals for

J-Hop brings you

n//og 'wor0thy1

Collection

These are all in the new Spring and

Early Summer materials,

(many with

i/a{!ve 'an
PERK
PRINT,
795
HEADED STRAIGHT for
dates and movie dates a
Prints pretty as the firs
flowers with such endearir
as tiny waists, perky bows
skirts and saucy little jacke
9 to 15.

9i4e tI e
Cocuette o
J/"6~tmd~
,r a cetil ~rae
S 1''itbie
fetJt t"" y e II zn-s s b
e

jackets) -- and they come from the

finest dressmakers

in the market.

X12 9t0$25 -

Sizes 9 to

18

EARLY SELECTION ADVISABLE I

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