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1949

THE MCIGNDAILY

PACE

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! 11 11 '111111 1-111111 "Impol -

Dark MakeuAp
Tints Change
Wi th Season
Regardless of what I he wther+l
is-whether its one of those lu -J
like-spring" days or one that f's
unmistakably. like winter-t his is!
the time of the year when we startI
thinking about spring and the
coming summer.
One of the first things that
.nany women think of in connec-
,ion with spring is a new perfume
or cologne. What could be better
for putting any women in a sprini-
mood than replacing her heav y
spiry winter perfumes and (,o-
lo nes with light floral scent. lu('h
as lily-of-the-valley, apple blo.-
som, blue-grass or violet?
DON'T BE SURPRISED if yu'
heavier, darker make-up that
looked fine with winter colors arid
fabrics looks a little out of place
with pastel spring clotheis.
Soft pink shades of lipst-ick
and nail polish, on the other
handy are especially complimien-
tary' to most pastels 'and, hit )
to -give you a youthful, freshJ-
look which is very imich ini
keeping with the coing secason.,
Later on in the season when
(let's hope) you have acquired a
lovely tan, you'll probably find
that clear red lipstick, just a
little on the orange side and not
too dark, will show it off beauti-
fully.
INCIDENTALLY, wI ile ,yoia' ac
in the first stages of getting that
tan, be careful of your skin. I~n
spite of the many warnings tHey've
heard, too many women thine thatc
they're safe from sunburns and
then xl over their error too late.
A little sunburn lotion is at
wonderful prevention against
painiful and unsightly burns, but c
don't rely on it too compley .
Very few people can stay out in
th u o or i ,wl-ginning of the season under any
conditions without burnitig.
IN CASE IIOT, humild weather
makes your hair straighta, don't
give up hope entirely.
You can now buy i'ibbon cw'l-t
ers that are attractive enough
to wear with your' play clothes
or with your swimming suit, so
that your hair can be curling
while you enjoy ,yourself on the
beach or elsewhere.
Many women find thtat their
hair becomes hard to mlanage ; din'-
ing the summer when it is fre-i
quently exposed to the, sun. '1terea
are a variety of cream shamxpoos, [
many with lanolin, and rcami
rinses that help to make dry h ~irc
more soft and "alive" look;ing. s

INTERNATIONAL HARMONY:

..............

\Varied /Xctvties, CVCSl~~lUlCIil()~))ltLl(Yl

Almong.athe less known, inure
fascinating, organizations on came-
lads5 is the Club Europa.
These Europeans, Far Eastern -
ers, and North and South Amer-
gay, and always intensely inter-
ested in each other.
This cosmopolitan group is very
inquisitive about cultures and cus-
torns because it is essentially a
give and take group. The foreign
~:tudents listen eagerly to the ideas
of Americans, and the Americans
tind] the foreign student~s charm-
Smg sources of information and
knowledoc.
ONE OF THEI nicest things
about the club its its versatility.I
It. serves as everything from a
travel bureau to a "lonely hearts~
club." In the latter capacity it
claims credit for six marriages
sinc e last June.
As a travel bureau, it per-
forns a valuabl Ie pulblic. service
for' those who just like to hear
,about other parts of the world,
and for those who plan to travel
a broad. Many American stil-
daunts, planning to spend their
sumaiers in Europe, have dis-
covered that the Club Europa is
a wonderful place to obtain
first-hanad advice on what to see
and do.
These people learn what is truly
worthwhile and what is merely de-}
sixgned ss part of the tourist
'suacker'"Itrade, In this way they
can cover a lot more territory and
have a lot mnure fun during their
sio iut vac('atiuns.

torehy renitinpif"'llut the
Blme nAan1d ': 1:7ie'. :and ii, ly.
Desai, an Indian stJude~nt. vho is
a past imastr (iofthe corny Jolke.
have ofcr.i ~ r osl
knit, fr L t on e'is'e'pa
ONI O2:N Cil2NGIs t'lc d

jIahu ,1""I jlnaI I (c 1ianid mayv
oi cao a ' 11 alait> c ~ 1i e
a aye si il'c Ev rvon a i iiit ctl
hIn add~ri' thle neme'
ofii~e'n 4m smidifIlte laa n-t ha bit
-it a local retAauraint, wIhere they;
ciimjay good Vla;10milnd each o the;rs'

\Viacii \Vai In ixcalla r coanuN,
I hi~ Yv ~Sti1ifl:~ V dii~iiev Xi iJi ta F ' I In'
turin ol 1)1 I I ~ >~) that alw numer-

il ol k~ aa 4lox atIth
abutsll. ~c iIo tuepei

Daily -Ba ral
WOMAN IN TH'IE WINDOW-Coeds Janet Denham and Betty I rady view ni iest spring steles in
local shop display. Shown'is classic dark suit witbe comp~lete accessories.
Sm~t,,art Correctness Sets the Fashion;
Frill sand Flowers Crown Classic Suits

,N} 302 South State Street
(a4 te/'
AdA
HAVE ARIVED!
w ~COME capture theSpringSpiit
in one of our new r'nni vidual suits
perfect for Easter strolling
{~arnd long afterwrd".
Suits: $45 to $65.95
/\L L [YI:.$will follow you i a -re of UIIIr
'Es s' a<li it rnew Spr in cals,
f r Finger alp and full-lenrith styles
Finger Tip $39.95
g ' Full Lengtb $46,5 and up

13y JEAN FUSS {ir and tails
The feeling of town and country the, ensembl(
clothles this spring is character-
ized by the warms softness that WOMEN1
goes with ich woolens and the
brisk scent of clean fresh air. ilitllevenOdd
Emphasis is place~d on finenessiclte ad
of fabric ad detailing .;that, carries vid clorsde
bcesc coal's and suits through vvdclr
pas:. luz [aksh iis in many years of trhoes zandl b~
weatr. Ca, sdc"
counatry we
'l'IIESE CLOTH2IES arc designed 4 full cnough
for women who want top quality e ase. An adz
i thei' clothes and the look of tunnel sleep
polsed self-confidence that goes
with the knowledge that a cos-
tuime is in good taste. I Spring
Not matter where these clothesI
go the express the faultless I By POS,

bredc gloves
le.

com~pletc

;seasonl. 'Ihe iarml's(eeConies ill-

WHIO AIM at femin-
nD their most tailored
mlfresh contrast ins
keed hats in soft. and
andI eqtaally femininc
ags.
signed for' town am
ea areusually tcut
Ito go over suits with
lLJptatiomi of the wind-
ye is important this

host to tihe Iaistlinae. (:IdI1 )£EUROPA has as McIn1-I
brsihip of about fifty-five Stu-I
Beltcd-iii roats arcslharing the dents, many of whom are out-
honors for springtime, casual}stnig in their particular fields.
wear. They ireiC Wtn i'L Wi the Among thiese are.' Rudolph
ftullness gal lieredl in al11 a round 0or Souc heec:, a recognrized author
in apeignioir zeffct wi liilie [ frantin his native Austria and Ches-
tucked in i and HIC IC ak fI~iring tea' Mysliki anld Fred Ray, who
2t'ace ftaily. I cr j .a istruae tors ill the I'cn-

8ttits are da'sai,jIIwith ItI di-
tiutial lonagish fitted I ackets, 51 izl
,skirts and notc]hed rex (''s Pet ci' 1
Pan or cardigan treat ment of tihe
neckline is found occasionally.

aaloanijcs depatrtfiet thei'.:at the
uinive rsi ty.
SEino Koainlauri, an advertiser
f'on i etlsinki, Finlanrd, who now
designs model homes for a news-
paper syndicate besides being the
Presidenit of the International
Sttudents Association on campus,
is also a member' of the European
Club. I

Heralded by Solar Fueld Day

>ALIND VIIRSHIJP

after Sunday, wheoathe clayvs -wll

U,.Ld5L of)Iwomen JIwilo are notI
pa rticularly attracted by high
fashionl, but whlo insist on
smairt correctness in their en-
senahiecs.

Spring will play a return enl-
gagement this year by popularl
demand.
TFhe Jpte't'itiial favorite is sci id -

E<

fOur New
SUIT
x:N

The maiJority of ardent enthts- Ulc-(l to bow ini at Your loc'al 50101'
fiasts hartwn rnd country clothles system at exactly i :46 pam. today
ac('esso rl I 1 them with understated C after 365f.242111 days; in prepara-
1'Is Thy 'ely on basically flat- tion, according to Prof. Hazel MI.
teriiig lines 'with brief feather and Losh of the alstronorny depart -
veil trimming. Casual walking men.
shoes, sturdy purses in, rich leath-
_.___._ AT TIS TIME the sun will en-
ter' the vernal equinox. Local shop-
keepers should anticipate a de-
cline in the sale of midnight oil
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be gett ing blnai' r aldlhe nights 5 O'HI'Lfj PROMINENT members
shoarter. of the club are Nils Liandgren, a.
To bhleaaildte spxa g ALUcl brilliant Swedish dentist who is
skies present anl all-stam' show doing graduate work here while
tai-oughOout the mlonthl. Orion, ywui'king it the lDental Clinic, and
the Gint lnulter, was on i 1lmfnd lin'esco Delr Scala whose porIt-
to greet ilie lion tand is exptediii folio of sketches; and photographs,
to doimiat, the c'elestial si'de I of str'uctutres (fiat lie has designeds
until the lam i ak<s its meek land built in Italy are currently
depriart auie. on ctisla~i y in the . Architectural
Comipeting fer. lox) bihhilag, will jBtuilding. Mr. Delia Scala is doing
be Satirius of the Gre(-Ater Dog graduate work here on prefabri-
and Saturn. Soatii'ius can be iece- cation.
ognized as the bright cst star in Further talenis are a~tributed
the sky. Prof.,Losh said, to Junie Rose, a Canadian who,I
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