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February 11, 1939 - Image 23

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-02-11

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Saturdoy, '7--'ebruory 11, 1939

TH E MI CH IGAN DA ILY

Page Twenty-Three

Saturday, February 11, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twenty-Three

resses Prove
Fashion Fad
(Continued from Page 2)
with a full skirt and silver accessories.
Mary Helen Davis, '41, was the guest
of Al Conrath. co-chairman of build-
ing. Miss Davis chose white net with a
flower design in silver thread. The skirt
was full, with .a stiff taffeta underskirt
The fitted bodice was edged by a small
stiff ruffle, and had two-corded taffeta
straps. Two velvet bows in royal blue on
the front of the dress and streamers

going to the floor. She wore a blue os-
trich-feather in her hair.
Redfield Zittel, co-chairman of build-
ing, asked Joanne Bouchsard, '41, to at-
tend the dance. Miss Bouchard wore
white silk with a small pattern of pink
and blue flowers. The gown had small
puffed sleeves and a full skirt with a
blue ruffled petticoat showing beneath
it. Her accessories were a locket on a
blue ribbon, a ribbon in her hair,
THE REDS HAVE IT
The perennial struggle between blonds
and brunettes for the favor of the mas-
culine eye received a severe set-back at
last year's J-Hop when a poll of all
males present disclosed Titian haired
nifties to be the three to one choice of
Adam's progeny.

BojanglesTells Story Of 1890

(Continued from Page 22)
doubt) "said the formation under the
state was very peculiar and it should be
tested."
A closer perusal of the item revealed
that the Regents ended 'p by voting
five to two to dig the campus well 500
to 1,000 feet deeper.
But we were really astonished once
to see a remarkable example of predict-
ing history when the Daily contained
a headline "To Discover the North
Pole." More out of the ordinary yet
was the statement that "Dr. Hofma be-
lieves the pole will be reached. He

agrees fully with Nansen's theory that
drifting is the most certain way of
reaching the pole, but says that course
requires at least three years' time.
(Drifting may be a good way, but three
years is a long time for any course). The
attempt must, of course, be made by
the, right man at the right time, and
under the right conditions. (That would
make it easier).
Then there wag the exciting whist
tournament when . . . (At this point the
1899 files of the Daily slipped to the
floor, slammed tight shut and, not hav-
ing the page number, our friend was
lost forever).

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