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THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Panhel Women Active In Campus Affairs
To Be Honored at Recognition Night
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Betrothals

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Announced

Recognition Night, an annual
Panhellenic presentation, will be
held Monday in the Rackham am-
phitheatre.
Coeds who excel in activities will
be recognized for their hours of
meetings and telephone calls and
work that help keep the women's
campus affairs running smoothly.
THIS YEAR'S committee is
composed completely of juniors
and headed by Dee Janusch. She
set her committee to work way
last November in preparation for
the program Monday night.

Jeanne Lange is in charge of
programs, Mary Louise Hook is
keeping track of the dollars and
cents spent, Beverly Baron is in-
viting the patrons and Mary
Maguire is handling the publi-
city.
Activities are not the only thing
to be stressed in the program as
that is the time when Dean Smith
awards the scholarship cup to the
sorority which has maintained the
highest grade average throughout
the year.
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GAMMA PHI BETA has receiv-

SECIAL!.
Start the New Year
right with a cold wave.
Make an appointment to
u get yours today for as little
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ed the cup for the past two years
in a row.
Scroll will also do its tapping
of a few honored seniors who
have achieved distinction in ac-
tivities and scholarship.
It is customary for the sorority
houses to attend in mass and sit
in blocks with a sign designating
the name of their house.
The script for the program has
been written by the committee and
according to the publicity chair-
man, "There will be a surprise for
all during the evening and more
fun than ever."
Shoe Can Be Worn
Twelve Different Ways
Something new in the way of
shoes is a pair which can be worn
in twelve different ways.
The shoe, which is called "In-
triguing," is a high-heeled open
shank creation with an intricate
lattice scroll design across the
toes. A long loose ribbon strap
can be tied or laced in twelve
ways - the feature that makes
it so distinctive.
A variety of colors are featured.
Among the shades are bright red
suede with gold kid scrollwork and
lace. Strictly for evening is black
lace over gold kid. The shoe is
appropriate for daytime, resort
and evening wear.

MARION OLSON
Olson-Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Olson of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Mar-
ion, to Douglas J. Woodward, son
of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Woodward,
also of Detroit.
The engagement was revealed
at a party at the Olson residence.
Miss Olson is a student at Wayne
University.
Mr. Woodward, a sophomore in
the University Medical School,
is affiliated with Phi Chii.
The couple plans a fall wed-
ding.

ROSEMARIE GOTTLIEB
Gottlieb-Wolf.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lehman
of Pocatello, Idaho and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg of Grand
Rapids announce the engagement
of their niece, Rosemarie Gott-
lieb, to Samuel Wolf, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Wolf of Grand
Rapids.
Miss Gottlieb is a junior in the
literary school.
Mr. Wolf, a junior in the School
of Business Administration, is af.
filiated with Sigma Alpha Mu.

Style Experts'
Predict New
FashionEra
With the advent of 1950 comes
a new era of fashion, say leading
designers.
The past fifty years have seen
the Gibson Girl of 1900, the hobble
skirt of .1914, the dropped waist-
line and short skirt of 1927, the
romantic look of 1937, the slim
silhouette of 1947 and the New
Look of 1948.
American and French design-
ers alike agree wholeheartedly that
"simplicity" will be the keyword
for the 1950 slender fluid look.
Clothes will besgeared to present-
day activities and speed.
The simplicity of daytime dress,
however, is predicted to give way
to great elegance for formal oc-
casions.
Fear that the "simple" silhou-
ette of today will be drastically
changed by next year, with a con-
sequent outdating of fashions with
the coming of every new season,
has been allayed by New York and
Paris experts.
Therefore the restraint, fluidity
of line, modification of ornamen-
tation and naturalness of silhou-
ette forseen for 1950 will suffer
only minor changes for at least
a decade.
Fashion authorities explain that
the accepted time for a complete
revolution of the fashion clock
is ten years.
Among othier predictions are
that clothes will be consistently
younger, fabrics will playsanin-
creasingly important role, fem-
ininity will be stressed, interest
will mount in quality and the rea-
lization that dresses are frames for
personality.

Junior women may still sign up
in the undergraduate office of the3
League for tryouts for the tradi-
tional Junior Girls' Play.
Tryouts began at the League
yesterday and will continue to-
day, tomorrow and Saturday. As-
pirants for singing, speaking and
dancing parts as well as for model-
ing and specialty acts will have
10 minute auditions.
The schedule for tryouts is as
follows. Singing and speaking
parts will be heard from 3 to 6
p.m. today and from 7 to 10 p.m.
tonight. Tomorrow afternoon try-
outs will be held from 3 to 6 p.m.
Models will tryout from 10 a.m.
to noon Saturday, while specialty
acts may come between 2 and 5
p.m.
Women seeking speaking parts
only will also have an opportunity
to tryout from 10 a.m. to noon
and from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Jennie Quirk, director of JO?.
emphasized the fun, experience,
and opportunity to meet and work
WAA Notices
Ping Pong Tournament - All
women's houses'should have their
list of participants and winner of
the tournament in Betsy Bous-
field's box at the League Under-
graduate Office by tomorrow noon.
The list of house winnerseand
their play-off s will be posted in
the basement of the WAB. Play-
offs will' begin Monday.
Coaches Club - Members will
hold their regular meeting at 7:15
p.m. today in Barbour Gym.
Officials Club - Members will
meet at 7:15 p.m. today in Bar-
bour Gym and at 4 p.m. tomorrow
in Barbour Gym.
Fencing Club - Bouting will be-
gin for advanced members at 5:10
p.m. today at the WAB. Instruc-
tion for beginners will be contin-
ued.
Michifish-The Thursday night
group will meet at 9 p.m. ,today
for rehearsal at the Union.
Basketball Club - Members will
meet at 4 and 5 p.m. tomnorrow
in Barbour Gym.
Badminton Club - Members
will hold their meeting at 7:15
p.m. in Waterman Gym.
Ice-Skating Club - Newcomers
will be welcome at the club meet-
ings from 1 to 3 p.m. at the coli-
seum. Both men and women are
eligible.

Junior Coeds May Still Sign Up
For JQP Auditions in League

with classmates which can be
gained from participating in one
of the most deeply rooted annual
traditions orn campus.

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Too Tll for a
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well above the waistline to de-
fine it, well below the hips for
thigh control. Famous non-run
Raschel-knit of Lastex and
Dupont rayon with front and
back panels of satin Lastex*-
for up-and-down stretch and
neat smoothing. Comes in
girdle style, too.
Colors: Tea Rose, ' te.

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