The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 15
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 15

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Sunday, October 10, 1971
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The Fall Fashion Coat from The Betty Rose* Collection. Monday 10:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 8::30 p.m. Daily 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. mink-crowned elegance tweed's the thing! Tweed lovers are a special breed. They want a coat like this, of loopy, giant herringbone in a crunchy wool/ nylon blend. Even better if it's 6haped for everlasting classic good looks with notch collar, slant pockets and extra sleeve interest: set-in in front, sleek dolman in back. You'll love it in Eggplant, Red or Brown. For 10-20. the opulence of tapestry, the look of fur Envelope yourself with Renaissance richness .. . rayon/ cotton tapestry circled around with pseudo-fur acrylic/ cotton pile. It's shaped close for a romantic silhouette, scarved with a flattering fling. Sleek seal-look pile stays fresh and lustrous forever and ever! In luscious tones of brown for misses. 8-18. $75. $5. Will Hold Your Layaway Selection. A flare of French faille, a flash of deep, luscious natural mink. That's what this elegance is all about. Picture yourself In it; in Black with Kohinoor mink collar, Cranberry with Ranch mink collar, Taupe, Celery or Brown with Autumn Haze® mink collar, Grey with Cerulean mink collar. For misses 8-18, $130. The most fashion, most beauty. Newest Crushed Velour (yummy-soft!) looks so much costlier, is opulent enough for the ibiggest bash as well as daytime doings. 100% rayon face / 100% cotton back. Quilted lining. Taupe, Rose, Blue, Green, Red, Brown. 6-16. JUkyShop WTCHMMN. KANSAS $70. the new gala coat A long swoop of coat with feminine wiles! Superbly tailored with a Western air, via shirt front, (dotted yoke, and slots on the dinner-plate pockets. Handsome Kimberly Shetland (75% wool/25% nylon), bonded to 100% cotton. Flattery personified! Brown, Camel, Rust, Cranberry, Celery, Grey. 6-16. Page 16 The Hutchinson News Sunday, OctlM9W__ Ignore Sorority Rush KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) There was a time when it didn't matter on campus who you were but "What" you were. Membership in certain sororities and fraternities held as much prestige as being a student at an Ivy League school. Sororities were so over-empha- sfced that women, not pledged to the group of their choice, were dropping out of college before they even began. But things are changing. Five years ago, 680 young women registered for fall rush at the University of Missouri-Columbia. This fall, only 363 coeds participated. Last year 90 young women went through rush week at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In comparison, only 19 were interested enough to register this fall. At Northwestern University in Evanston, 111., houses unable to fill their quotas, opened their doors to students on the campus who needed housing. What's happened to the Greek system? "I deliberately chose a city school so I wouldn't have to go through it," said a young woman recently graduated from Boston University. "If you need a sorority in Boston you have problems." "It never entered my mind not to go through rush," said a senior at Northwestern. "But I felt pressured while going through and decided I didn't need the ego preening or a ready made circle of friends." "I was nauseated after the first cut session," said a sorority girl who pledged at Southwest Missouri State College in Springfield, but did not affiliate when she transferred to U.M.C. "I liked it," said one coed, who was the first black to integrate a white sorority and the first Christian to integrate a Jewish sorority in 1960 at Syracuse University in New York. "Twenty years ago at Northwestern 80 to 90 per cent of the women enrolled were sorority girls," said Mrs. Kay Miller, assistant dean of students. Last year sorority members represented 40 per cent. How can such a big bank fit into such a compact building? Cheerfully. COMRJkCT •BANKLNG- 601 East 30fh •663-120!/.Hutchinson

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