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September 22, 1936 - Image 22

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"XE TWENTY-TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TtJESDA Y, SEPT. 22,

~rE TWENTY-TWO T~JESDAY, SEPT. 22,

Fashion Points
To Comfort In
Football Garb
Ann Arbor Days Demand
Fortification A g a i n s t
Rain, Sun, Cold
(Continued from Page 16)
than a little reminiscent of mascu-
line campus headgear. A modern flat
sailor of felt bound in grosgrain rib-
bon is flattering to most types. The
new square crown is shown in a felt
breton with a big bright fore-and-
aft quill. The brim shades the eyes,
a factor for which you will be thank-
ful if you happen to sit on the wrong
side of the stadium.
As for shoes, low heeled sports ox-
fords are the most comfortable things
for traversing acres of cinders and
for climbing over seats. If you at-
tend a tea after the game, try a
dressier shoe with, a medium heel.
Spike heels, however, are not advised
except for those with a great deal of
fortitude.
If the sky looks threatening be
sure to take a raincoat along as Ann
Arbor weather is notoriously varied,
especially on football Saturdays. A
thin bulkless cellophane garment,
with a practical hood attached, can
be folded with a minimum of effort
into its matching envelope case and
perhaps tuoked unobtrusively into
your purse. On no account take an
umbrella.
As the season progresses, fur coats
appear in droves. Clipped beaver and
other flat furs, tailor nicely.Tuck a
warm scarf in at the neck, and
wear bright ankle socks and mittens
over your gloves for cold insurance.'
Camel's hair is styled in three piece
suits designed with an eye to com-
fort as well as 'appearance. A well-
cut jacket tops a trim straight skirt
and is nipped in at the waist with a
narrow leather belt.
A double-breasted, full-length box
reefer completes the costume. The
style value of a four-piece suit of
nubby tweed is heightened by a bull-
dog collar in glossy raccoon and a
bright Paisley scarf. Raccoon is good
for such restrained trimmings but the
raccoon coat is no more.
Take a blanket along. It has its
decided uses during those waits be-
tween touchdowns. And don't rely too
much upon the warming properties
of a lukewarm hot dog and a cold
bun hastily consumed during the half.
COMPACT FOR FALL
Compacts are on the square! At
least that's the newest shape for
them this fall. The new models are
designed streamline style and come
in thin; single and double styles.

J ultior Director

jFid ict r y Ch atillttcc i

Jean Keller, '35, will be junior
assistant director at Mosher dor-
mitory this fall. Miss Keller wrote
the script for J.G.P. when in school
and was awarded a Hopwood prize.
Room Furnishings
Reflect Personality
(Continued from Page 15)

Maryanna Chackley, '37, is the
new chairman of the Judiciary
Council, self-governing body among
women students in cooperation
with the Dean of Women's Office.
Miss Chockley, a member of Delta
Gamma sorority, was chairman of
Sophomore Cabaret and a member
of Wyvern her sophomore year.
Freshnian May Enter
Chorus Second Semester

There are many other color schemes ( (continuedlfrm i'age 15)
that an ingenious freshman might other schools were allowed to take
find to suit her individual tastes. Par-ourssih erhol ofedusictakd
courses in the School of Music and
ticularly appealing would be a room finally in 1930, it was incorporated
done in royal blue and white. In into the University At that time
this abode you might use a white
candlewick spread with blue tufting. women from the other schools who
Blue drapes would be. perfet and a were interested in music were per-
touch of red here and there would mitted to join the glee club.
add a bit of dash to the general ef- This past year the Chorus included
fect.''i atya h hrsicue
Lamps, either the dressing table 50 women. Regular tryouts are held
type or a floor lamp really add to the and members are chosen in this way.
appearance of a room. Another good It has been planned to make the
point that you may learn from upper- membership requirements more rigid
classmen is to change those practical
looking shades on your study lamps to this year by naking the tryout tests
something a little more decorative. more thorough and difficult.
U-
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NEWLIESfrFlQ
A Complete Assortment of PATTERNS and COLORS,
All the New Pastel Colors and Dark Shades.
MARTEX BATH TOWELS
White Martex Towels with Striped Borders 25c
GAGE.. LIN'EN SHOP
- ALWAYS REASONABLY PRICED -
10 Nickels Arcade

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Howdy, Miss 1940 !

"Come in

- Anytime"

cA Campus Shop
CJor Tarticular 6o-eds

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In making your tour of the Campus, stop at Ann
Arbor's "Value Spot." Smart, new Silk and Woolen
Frocks - long, slinky After-Dark Formals, and
plenty of the new "Double-Date" Frocks -- swell
for Rushing -
Coats for Sports - and for Dress - and inex-
pensive FUR COATS. And some lovely two-piece

and three-piece
suits.

Suit!, - and the new costume-

Daily Arrivals from New York .
and you'll like our values . . . best
in town ... very easy on the budget.
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