T1t M IC H GAN DAILY
'weed Suits Are Featured For
Campus Wear In Cool Weather
bright plaid skirt and a scarf of the
same figure can't be improved upon.
Knit Dresses Popular
Forcibly impressed on the mind of
the fashion-minded person is the
advent and increasing popularity of
knit dresses and sweaters. The
chenille wool two-piece frocks in dark
colors have been selected by many
women because they necessitate no
care other than cleaning, and they
are positively the last word in smart-
ness. More fortunate indfviduals
blessed with a relative who loves
knitting are appearing decked out in
stunning angora sweaters, twin
sweater outfits, pert hats and boucle
suits. Incidentally, rushing meetings
are a good place to start a new
sweater fordyourself thissfall! There
is a sweater that can be made in a
very short time on huge big wooden
needles that make a beautiful, lacy
An excellent cross section of the
spectator sport kind of garb has been
perceived this week but the rushing
season and League and Union dances
will soon bring out the more elegant
and sophisticated side of the clothes
Dr. Courtis To Introduces Evening Clothes 17
Give Lecture New Knit ing Shop Emhasize Unique
Fresmen A new unit in the League this year Fabrics And Shades
to FreshM en will be a Knitting Shop, which is to
replace the Hosiery Shop near the
North University entrance. cNowhere does the elegance that
"Why Come To College" Is Yarns, both domestic and imported, comes with winter evince itself more
will be sold, and there is to be a dis- than in evening clothes. Richness of
Subject Of Address; NeW play of finished models and patterns, fabric and color comes with the first
Plan Well Supported Mrs. T. Hawley Tapping and Mrs. discarding of the lighter summer
Cyrus Sturgis, managers of the new clothes. Vevets are of course popular
"Why Come to College" is the sub- project, will give instruction in knit- and can be more easily afforded now
ject of the first lecture in the seriesh a n r r k
of eight to be addressed to the fresh- Although it is the first time the that all manufacturers are making
men women. It will be presented by project has had a headquarters, Mrs. them uncrushable.
Dr. Stuart A. Courtis of the School of Tapping and Mrs. Sturgis have held Stiff fabrics are also in vogue, with
Education at 5 p.m. tomorrow in the knitting classes for some time in Ann special emphasis on lame, moire, and
Michigan League. Arbor, and they also meet with regu- heavy satin. Skirt lengths will be to
Maxine Maynard, '35, president of lar groups in Saginaw, and at the he satin. t ths ll be to
th egehpste rsmnColony Club in Detroit. the floor, but to the relief of many
the League, hopes the freshmen women who had trouble handling the
women will receive these lectures withig e
as much enthusiasm as they have the long train last year, there will be only
Orientation Week activities. Merit STUDENTS WED a slight difference between the skirt
points will be awarded to the fresh- Delta Delta Delta sorority wishes length in front and in back.
men women attending. to announce the marriage of Anna Colors are warm enough to brighten
These addresses were initiated this Jane Chamberlaine, '35, and Jack'
yea aspar ofthenewsysem.TheLong, a member of Phi Gamma Delta any winter assembly, with all the
yr as part of the nw system..TheLnammT yweem e n shades of red, and rich blues and
entering women are given the oppor- fraternity. Thley were married inshdsoreadic blsan
tunity to hear prominent members July. Ruth Latchow, '34, and James greens represented. Oddly enough.
of the faculty as well as contact weel- Sheahan, '34, member of Lambda with the extreme being most popular
ly with their group and their ad- Chi fraternity were married during in so many of the winter fashions,
visor. the summer, and Virginia Holden, there is some sort of shoulder cov-
Plans for Orientation Week were '34, was married to James Van Hook. ering on even the most daring gown.
drawn up Monday, Sept. 17 at a meet- Evening wraps cannot be as
ing of student leaders. Dr. Ruthven BROWN IS STYLE FAVORITE changeable as the gowns worn with
officially welcomed the freshmen Brown in many shades hasr them. The three-quarter length is
women Wednesday night in Hill Au- tBeo-nhds aproven again popular, but the full-length
ditorium. The President praised the o be one of the most desirable as wrap is a little newer. Velvet is still
merit system and the freshman proj- well as one of the most practical col- smart, but here again, is not as dif-
ect by which the orientation of the ors this season. ferent as some of the new wraps in
new students extends over an entire stiff satin and moire. Many of the
semester. Dean Alice Lloyd also greet- Maynard introduced the speakers. coats are without collars so that they
ed the new students and pledged her' The banquet held Friday in the may be worn with a fur cape. And
support to the project. ballroom of the League drew almost for those who are lucky enough to
100 per cent attendance. Prof. Philip have them, the fur capes in either
Mrs. Beach Conger, executive sec- Bursley and Mrs. Bursley were hon- short or full length are very strik-
retary of the Alumnae Council of oied with a wedding cake in celebra- ing.
the University of Michigan Alumni ticn of their wedding anniversary. All in all elegance will be the pass-
Association, invited the'new students Eleanor Blum, '35, who was acting word, and the more unique the color
to meet with her in League office s, as master o-f ceremonies gave a sum-
she might become acquainted with mary of the week's activities. The and fabric combinations, the better.
them before they enter the rank of banquet was followed by a treasure
alumnae, hunt. Dancing commenced at 9:00
Kathleen Carpenter, '35, chairman p.m. and later the guests were enter- i F Y 0 U W R I T E
of the judiciary committee of the tained by Sally Pierce, 35, and Mary
council, gave in detail the function Pray, '35, in a skit. and by the Men's
and the personnel of each of the Glee Club. Jean Seeley, '35, and Ron-
nine divisions of the League. Miss ald Fulton, '36, presented a tango.
The Woman's Club of Ann Arbor
will resume its activities, Tuesday,
Oct. 9, at a meeting in the ballroom
of the Michigan League. Past presi-
dents of the organization will be
honored at this time and readings
will be presented by women of the
drama division. Mrs. Charles H.
Eaton, who is serving her second term
as president, will speak.
Meetings of the club will be held
every Tuesday in the Michigan
League. Mrs. Carl H. Smith, chair-
man of the music division, will ar-
range the music program while the
heads of the various departments
and divisions will provide for the
special talks and features each week.
University of Michigan professors
taking part in the Woman Club's
program are: Prof. D. L. Dumond,
Prof. Ralph Hammett, Prof. Preston
W. Slosson, Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell,
Prof. H. D. Curtis, and Prof. Howard
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No college wardrobe is quite
complete without its share of
Knitted Frocks for class wear.
Afternoon affairs demand a
gown of soft fiancee crepe
that looks well both indoors
and outdoors .. .
Dress for dinner in a lovely
gown of translucent Velvet!
Shine by night in a gown of
Crepe or Velvet with a separ-
ate lame jacket.