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February 16, 1950 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Betrothal Revealed

Lasting Style, Design
Found in Good Silver

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By RUTH COHEN
Before the dawn of civilization,
everything was purely utilitarian-
a dish consisted of a hollowed out
gourd, a spoon was a shell set into
a split-ended stick and tied tight-
ly in place.
These crude implements per-
formed a necessary function, but
that was all.
As man became somewhat civil-
ized, he began to. embellish his
utensils with crude carvings.
AND SO TODAY, it is only to
be expected that design is of ex-
treme importance when purchas-
ing sterling silver tableware. Since
sterling tableware lasts a lifetime,
one wants to be sure that its de-
sign is not of transitory appeal,
but, instead, that it will always be
in good taste.
It should be remembered, too,
that the beauty of sterling is as
imperishable as the metal itself
and will last for generations.
Although the decision as to
what constitutes a "good" design
depends upon the particular tastes
of each individual, there are a few
general things which should be
considered.
FIRST, THE PROSPECTIVE
buyer should look for good prop-
ortions and good contour. There
are certain lines of :harmony and

symmetry that will be .beautiful
always.
Second, one should look for
good balance. In well designed
silver, good balance will be im-
mediately "sensed" by holding
in his hand.
The next thing one should con-
sider in selecting his sterling silver
tableware is the deseign itself.
The creation of a well-designed
pattern is the work of an artist,
frequently requiring months to
develop.
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AFTER THE DRAWING has
been perfected, it is modeled in
wax in order that the artist's idea
can be fully and accurately set
forth in the minutest detail for
the craftsmen who are to produce
it in metal.
There is just one word of cau-
tion in the selection of a pat-
tern-beware of "bargains".
In some cases the pattern is on
the bargain counter because the
design is inferior. At other times,
it is because the pattern is a dis-
continued design or the manufac-
turer is planning to discontinue it
immediately after the sale.
Finally, the opportunity of add-
ing to a sterling service is, of
course, of prime importance. The
purchaser will naturally want
only a regular (open stock) pat-
tern to which he can add at any
time.

Outstanding
Coeds Given
Scholarships
Fourteen women recipients of
scholarships awarded by the Uni-
versity Alumnae Council were
honored in ceremonies held Tues-
day night in the residence halls.
Winners of the scholarships
were Helen E. Dorrance, Elizabeth
J. Robinson, Marion D. Hinch-
man and France Hanslovsky, all
of Stockwell Hall.
Other winners were Mary Ann
Whitney of Mary Louisa Hinsdale
House; Sannah Ardith Brask,
Sarah Caswell Angell House;
Guinevere A. Dorn, Caroline
Kleinstueck House and Helen P.
Baker of Henderson House.
The list of winners continues
with Dorothy L. Hall of Couzens
Hall, Mary Jo Wilson, Martha
Cook Building; Patricia K.
Patsloff and Helga L. Hodges of
Mosher Hall and Eleanor J. Scott
and Rosemary Lewis of Jordan
Hall.
Basis of the awards is scholar-
ship and "effectiveness in group
living."
The two awards presented in
Jordan Hall were designated as
the Dohfan Deming Awards, in
honor of the late Dohfan Deming
who lived in that residence as a
student.
Meeting Planned
By FencingClub
For the first time in its history,
the women's Fencing Club will
meet for eight weeks of the spring
semester.
Beginning and advanced fencers
are all welcome to attend the first
meeting of the term at 5:10 p.m.
today in the WAB.
Beginners will receive instruc-
tion from a member of the Wom-
en's Physical Education Staff, and
may progress at their own speed.
Advanced women in fencing will
participate in a round robin tour-
nament.
~WAA Notices]
Rifle Club-New members will
be made welcome at the club's
meeting at 4:30 p.m. today at
WAB. Ensian pictures will be
taken.
Basketball Club-Members will
meet at 4 and 5 p.m. today at
Barbour gym.

Anything from Michigan's Man
of Distinction to a cigarette
coed will be seen at the Mad-Ad
Ball, an all-campus costunie
dance to be held from 10 to 1 p.m.
Feb. 24 in the League Ballroom.
Sponsored by the Inter-Arts
Union, the ball will be based
around a "come as your favorite
ad" theme with original and
clever costumes highlighting the
dance.
The decorations will be centered
around the theme and will be
created by students in the School
of Architecture and Design. En-
tertainment will be provided by
the music school during the inter-
mission, and refreshments will
also be served.
Ken Norman and his orchestra
will play for the dancing couples,
who will have late permission.
George Olsen, who will act as
Master of Ceremonies, promises
that the dance will be more color-
JGPNOTES
Dance Numbers-Women in the
"Ballet Lesson" dance and the
"Slaughter" number will meet at
4:30 p.m. today in the League.
Those unable to attend may
call Bev Fullerton, 25631.
Music Cast--Members who have
not reported to the music chair-
man will meet at 4 p.m. today in
the League.
"Anyone who does not contact
me will not be able to partici-
pate," said Lanette Schaefer, mu-
sic chairman.

'Come As Your Favorite Ad' Village Wives
To Be Theme of Mad-Ad Ball Ele.....c JOf L

ful and unusual than the Beaux
Arts Ball which was held last year
by the Inter-Arts Union.
Tickets will go on sale Monday
in the Adminstration Building.
Couples are urged to buy their
tickets early as the dance will be
limited to 350 couples.
Earrings
New on the market are ear-clips
with interchangeable prongs which
with the insertion of "attachers"
may be changd to eaerrings.

Willow Village Wives' Club held
its first meeting of this semester
Tuesday at the University Corn-
munity Center.
Allyson Green and Bert Gep-
hart were ca-chairmen in charge
of the program, which took the
form of a carnival.
The newly elected officers are
Barbara Beglau, pr e s i d e nt;
Frankie Bostedor, vice-president;
Ruth Fletcher, secretary; and Pat
Hickox, treasurer.

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CORRECTION

Many people think that Ulrich's Book
Store carries only ENGINEERING
books . . . Ulrich's carry a very huge
stock of used and new books for every
course on the Michigan campus.

ADELA MOLDVAN

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Students Reveal Engagements,
Forthcoming Marriage Plans

M4RILYN

All Spring.

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All Year

MOLDOVAN-CARABET
Mr. and Mrs. George Moldovan
of Canton, Ohio have announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Adela, to George F. Carabet,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Carabet of Alliance, Ohio.
Mr. Carabet is a junior in the
School of Engineering.
ZIEVE-TABASHNIK
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Zieve of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Phyllis, to Davind M. Tabashnik,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tabash-
nik also of Detroit.
Miss Zieve and Mr. Tabashnik
are both seniors. He is a member
of Pi Lambda Phi.
The couple is planning a July
wedding.
LIVERMORE-WALKER
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Liver-
more, of Pleasant Ridge have an-

nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Edith, to George L.
Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
win F. Walker of Highland Park.
Miss Livermore is a senior in
the literary college and is a mem-
ber of Gamma Phi Beta.
Mr. Walker is also a senior in
the literary college and is an As-
sociate Editor of the Michigan
Daily.
Petitioning
Petitions for senior posi-
tions on Women's Judiciary
Council are due at 5 p.m.
tomorrow in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League.
Ermine Sweaters
Ermine has recently been intro-
duced on the sweater market.
Made with wool knit waists, cuffs
and V necks,

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SYLVIA STUDIO0 OF DANCE
Daily Classes for Beginners, Intermediates,
Advanced and Professionals in
ACADEMIC BALLET - TOE - ADAGIO
ACROBATIC - TAP - CHARACTER
BALLROOM - JUNIOR BALLROOM
Adult Class for Beginners in Ballet
Beginners Class in Academic Ballet for Men
SYLVIA HAMER, Director
On Faculty of Dance Masters of America
On Faculty of Chicago National Association
of Dancing Masters

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