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airman John Harwood And Mary Abendroth To Lead -i


at tne wolverine Cafeteria. expressed the appreciation of Con-
Table service will be substituted for I gress for the cooperative efforts of
the usual "cafeteria style" used by the Wolverine in making its facilities
the Wolverine. A special menu has available for independent men for
been planned at $1.50 per couple and the J-Hoo breakfast.
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Annual Dance
Will Be Given
Friday, Feb. 1
White And Pastel Shades
Are Popular In Gowns
To lie Worn By Guests
Leading the 1941 J-Hop to be held
from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m,, Friday, Feb.
9, at the Intramural Building, will
be John Harwood, general chairman
and his guest, Mary Abendroth, of
Milwaukee, Wis.
Other members of the central com-
mittee attending will be Peter Brown,
co-chairman of booths, who will ac-
company Jean Rowe, of Northwes-
tern University. Marie Zemke of
Royal Oak will be the guest of George
Ruehle, favors chairman.
Gowns Are Described
Janet Sibley, program chairman,
will have as her guest, Robert Shipps
of Grand Rapids. Miss Sibley will
wear pink net, with a contrasting
bodice of silver lame. Janet Lewin,
'43, guest of Donald Wirtchafter, pub-
licity chairman will wear rose velvet
fashioned with a dirndl skirt and
short puffed sleeves. Lfer accessories
will be gold.
White Is Popular
Heavy, white alpaca crepe, is the
choice of Dorothy Gilliam, '41, guest
of James Tobin, co-chairman of
building. Miss Gilliams gown is cut
with a very full skirt topped by a
coral bodice and white bolero jacket.
William Kramer, tickets chairman,
will accompany Ruth Shulman, '42.
Miss Shulman will wear white chif-1
fon, with a contrasting girdle of sil-
ver sequins. Helen Barnett, '4, will
attend the ball with Paul Johnson,
co-chairman of building. Mlaid taf-
feta with red, grograin ribbon trim
is Miss Barnett's choice.
Flame-Colored Net Chosen
John Owen, '40L, will be the guest
of Margaret Cornelius, patrons chair-
man. Miss Cornelius' rose taffeta
gown is reminiscent of the "old-
fashioned silhouette" with its full]
skirt trimmed with rows of tucking,j
high back and low V-neckline. In
keeping with the quaintness of her
dress, Miss Cornelius will wear a
gold cameo locket and bracelet.
Betty Ann Cattel, co-chairman of
patrons, has invited Harry Bleeker,]
of the University of Albion, as her]
guest. A dramatic, flame-colored net]
dress with an irredescnt taffeta bo-
dice is Miss Cattell's choice for thet
Jeanne Thatcher To Attend ]
Jeanne Thatcher, '42SN, guest ofI
William Harrison, decorations chair-
man, will wear contrasting striped,
metallic and black taffeta. The bo-1
dice of her gown is of the metallic
material; the front of tMe skirt is]
fashioned with black taffeta and the;
back repeats the striped material of,
the bodice.
Margaret Gabriel will attend the
ball with Gordon Hardy, band cair-
nan. She has chosen white net top-
ped by a gold embroidered bodice.
Her accessories will be gold.
Governor Heads Patrons
Russell La Bell, co-chairman of
booths, will have as his guest Barjbara
DeFries, '43, who will wear pastel
Heading the patrons list for the
ball are Governor and Mrs. Lurln I.
Dickinson, Supreme Court Justice
Frank Murphy, Senator and Mrs. Ar-
thur H. Vandenburg, and President
and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven.
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Miss Abendroth Is Guest of Harwood

RadCcliffe Allows Student Three
Weeks OfGrace .before F'na'~

Modified Tutorial System
Is Followed; Integration
Of Studies Is Stressed
Students who haven't had time to
start studying for finals yet because
they are still trying to catch up on
daily class work would appreciate
the system followed at Radcliffe Col-
lege, Sue Hollis, '42, transfer to the
University, declared.
Before each examination period,
"mid-years," and finals in June, theI
student is granted a three-week read-
ing period, during which time almost
no classes are held, Miss Hollis said.
The purpose of this period, she stated,
is to allow the student to do approxi-
mately 300 pages of reading in any
particular aspect of the course she is
following that has proved to be of
especial interest.
Tutorial System Used
Each student is allowed consider-
able range in choosing this specialized
reading, Miss Hollis continued, but
pointed out that she must be pre-
pared to answer questions on it in
the examination.
The tutorial system, a modification
of the one used at Harvard, is fol-
lowed at Radcliffe, Miss Hollis said.
Each woman, .except those of fresh-
man rank, is assigned to a .professor-
tutor, she explained. Conferences
are held each week, during which
time reading for the next week is
assigned and material covered the
previous week discussed. The tutori-
al conference and reading together
constitute what in other colleges
would amount to a credit course, but,
at Radcliffe, the student receives no
grade for this work, Miss Hollis said.
The purpose of this system is to in-
tegrate all studies with the ones taken
in the field of concentration, Miss
Hollis explained.' Radcliffe is on the
semester system, but there is no defi-
nite break in the school year as many

of the courses cover a year's time, she
Harvard Men Favored
Radcliffe women are taught by
Harvard professors, axnd spme of the
more advanced courses are even held
at the men's college, Miss Hollis said.
This latter situation especially brings
Radcliffe women into frequent con-
tact with Harvard men, "though the'
two colleges are practically within
shouting distance of each other any-
way," she revealed. Consequently,
she continued, Radcliffe women date
Harvard men and those from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy (which is also nearby) more than
any others. The Dartmouth dele-
gation is also a favored group, she
More than one-half the students at
Radcliffe are commuters, Miss Hollis
stated, and added that this fact might
account for the lenient hours resi-
dent women enjoy. Permission to
come in at 1:30 a.m. may be secured
without much effort for practically
every week-night, she said, and point-
ed out that on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday nights, this time permis-
sion is standard.
Extra-curricular activities are pop-
ular with Radcliffe women, Miss Hol-
lis declared. Inter-collegiate athletic
contests are held every year with
Wheaton,rPembroke, and Jackson
colleges, and "Idlers," the school's
dramatic society has achieved na-
tional prominence, she said.

Ersatz' Wool Used In German
Materials But Not k American
Although the weather may not in- row for spring and appears in a Bot-
dicate that it is time to think ofk any men's-wear materia: and cut that
spring, the fashion market is think- will delight any woman with a fond-
ing of it.eSpring suits seem to come ness for good tailoring. One suit of
out earlier every year from New f this type is double-breasted and has
York until now we find them appear- enormous saddle-bag pockets and an
ing with the first snow of the sea- eight-gore skirt for greater ease in
son. walking.
In previous years navy blue was
strictly a spring color but it has now
made its debut into our winter ward- Minature Cameras need spe-
robes and is to be seen in winter for- cialare.-Buy your films and
mals and suits, as well as in those r
clothes destined to go south. processing of the Gock Cam-
Navy suits of nubby wool have#era Shop.
reached a new high for late winter Nickels Arcade
and spring, forecasts. "Ersatz," the
German word for phoney, need not
trouble us here where our suits are of
pure wool, and the very finest sort at
that. The suit of the month is of this
grade and made on the most simple
lines with a "shorter-than-usual" fit-
ted jacket and an accordian pleated
It is interesting to note ghat this
new trend is directly attributed to
the war in Europe which has brought
a landslide of propaganda concerning
the beauties of the Americas to trav-
elers who are forced to vacation on A soft, natural pe.manent
this side of the Atlantic. ft-'atrl-erann
a face that is alive And sparkling
Red and white is matched with . hands that are white as ala-
navy or a brighter blue to .emphasize haster . nails of a patrician
this new nationalistic feeling. Red .May wnassst4ia psticing
blouses and chic white flowers are we assist n presenting
appearing everywhere with blue suits, a ew ou . . . -
creating a note of gayety on' the ;Rggedy Ann Beauty Shop
sombre landscape. 1114 S. Univ. Ave. Tel. 7561
Grey flannel is also in the front
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