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Well-Dressed Woman Selects
Simple Frocks for Fall WE

Hostess at Dance

Plan to Raise Money for
League Undergraduate
Campaign Funds
Woman's honorary organizations
are planning a busy year if all the
projects that they are contemplating
this fall materialize. At present their
primary interest is raising money for
the League Undergraduate Campaign
Fund and they have been arranging
their various activities to this end.
Barbara Braun, '33, and Elsie
Feldman, '33, presidents for the com-
ing year of the two organizations for
Senior women, Mortarboard and Sen-
ior-Society, have both announced the
dealing with the League candy booth
for the coming year. Always before
the booth has been in charge of the
League board of directors and has
been attended by anybody wanting to
earn League-points in this way. This
year, however, only members of the
two societies.
In addition to the old booth in
University Hall they are planning to
open them in the larger dormitories.
Along with the candy booth project
they are considering miniature drug
stores to be run under their super-
vision in each of the women's houses
on campus.
Miss Feldman also stated the Sen-
ior Society would continue the sale

Announce New
Lea ojie Dance
Arrangeentts
Initiation of a new policy for the
regular Friday and Saturday night
dances at the League has been an-
nounced by Jane Fecheimer, '33,
chairman of the dance committee.
The change will go into effect as
soon as the dances start.
All entrances to the second floor
except the one through the main
door will be blocked and tickets will
be sold and taken only at that en-
trance, thereby avoiding the confu-
sion which usually resultstwhen sev-
eral entrances are available. All of
the street entrances will be open as
usual,
Two Supper Parties
Will Honor Physicians
Honoring the visiting physicians
who are here to assist the University
medical staff d u r i n g Orientation
Week, two super parties have been
planned.
The first one will be a picnic given
by the department of physical edu-
cation and the medical school on
Wednesday. It will be held at Hud-
son Corners, a short way up the Hur-
on river.
I FRESHMEN.
Congratulations on your
choice of a University. Be
just as wise and have your
shoes repaired by us. Half
soles and rubber heels $1 .00
and up, called for and de-
I vered free.

Attention fresinen, you want to
put your best foot forward during
your first week on campus but re-
member, your best foot is the most
simply shod!
Scan your wardrobe for a simple
gown and wear it to Dean Bursley's
lawn party. A spectator sports dress
of sheer wool or a plain silk frock
will b just the thing. And if you
want to be fussy then look to your
accessories: gloves and shoes and hat
that claim a close relation and har-
monize with the dress- and very,
very simple ewelry. Ear rings to be
sure, but they must be either button
or small drops, a bracelet perhaps,
and a necklace if the neck line of
your gown is severe.
The tea is over and you have made
a hit in that newest sports dress.
You must keep up that reputation
for smart simplicity at the informal
dance Friday night. But that won't
be hard because you have come with
an eye to Friday and Saturday nights
at the Union or League, so bring

forth from your trunk that little silk'
number that you bought fox such oc-
casions and the question is settled.
Or perhaps you have a Sunday night
dress that begs to go, a clinging
chiffon or soft velvet. Give it a
chance and it will call forth admir-
ing glances from all those debonair
upper-classmen who have been ad-
vising you all week.
Again there is the question of ac-
cessories. Let your shoes furnish the
color for the party and leave your
gloves at home. The craze for gloves
in the evening, no matter what the
occasion, has somewhat worn off and
they are being worn for only very,
very formal events nowadays. Select
from your jewelry box a pair of ear-
rings that will play with the lights
and brighten up your hair and there
you have it, an outfit that is correct
and exceedingly attractive.
Ohio with 1,710,625 registered mo-
tor vehicles stands fourth among the
states,

Miss Alice C. Lloyd, dean of women,
who with her staff will be hostess
to the incoming women at an infor-
mal dance this Friday in the main
ballroom of the League.
of white organdie collars to fourth
year women for their graduation
gowns.
Harriet Jennings, '34, president of
Wyvern, junior women's honor soci-
ety, stated that that group would
continue their sale of blue books in
the women's houses and dormitories
and at the candy booths.

TRY US FOR A GOOD MEAL

FOR SALE OR RENT
Rent a Standard Typewriter for $10 a Semester
HAMILTON TYPEWRITER & LETTER SHOP
State and William Sts. Phone 7831
Announcing Our New Location
at 315 S. State Street
(Quarry Building)
We Welcome You Students and Invite You
to Come and See Our New Fall Lines in
Hosiery, Lingerie, Purses, Gloves, and
Handkerchiefs.
LAURA BELLE SHOP

Breakfast
Lunch 11
Dinner 5

7 A.M. to 10 A'M.........Ala Carte
A.M. to 2 P.M . . ..... ..... 30c
P.M. to 7:30 P.M..............c
ALL YOU CAN ET

HOUSE O' PLENTY

(Student Operated)
1333 Washtenaw

807 South State

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College Shoe Shop
426 Thompson
Phone 6898

COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOP
Distinctive Hairdressing for Michigan Women
Personality Permanents; Marcels, Finger Waves

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OPEN EVENINGS
300 South State St.

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Freshmen Girls
ATTENTION
Start With A 4-pc. Tweed

SWAGGER

SUIT

$9 95

FULLFA$ HIOED
lRight up to now, you've 1
a and even higher for Gold
* and Service hose--and h
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Furthermore, they've be
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selling at $1.35 . . . and
strength, even better* Se
all the glory of their new
'From Laboratory Re~pq
, * *states -resting Co. Thc
GOLDEN CREST Full F
fon and Service weight
clear pure silk. With
I reinforced toes.
New FGI Colos PriceI "now. . ... . .. .
GOLDEN CREST sheet
Fawn Brown-Nomad Service weight hose! Fu
Hazelbeige-Duskbrown pure silk, clear as cryst
Smoketone-Gunmetal Fall colors.

been paying 896,
en Crest Chiffon
happy to do it!
heir cradle soles
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in texture and

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Tweed Topcoat
Tweed Skirt
Wool Sweater

Tweed Hat

* Freshman girls, if you've been
wondering what to wear on the
campus, your worries are over!
For these tweed suits are the an-
swer! They're smart, practical,
always look and wear well! See
them, down at Mack's, tomorrow!

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Fall colors.
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New Yorm
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hose - sheer,
French heels,

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