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Dress Lecture1
Is Ainounced
By Chairman
Students Will Be Models
In Demonstration Given
Wednesday At League
"Correct clothes for all occasions"
will be the subject of the second in
the series of demonstrated "Person-
ality and Poise' lectures to be given at
4 p.m., Wednesday in the League
Ballroom, it was announced yester-
day by Jean Hatfield, '37, chairman
of the orientation committee.
Demonstrations of appropriate
dress for sports, afternoon and eve-
ning will be given by representatives
from Jacobson's store and the Collins
Shop and apparel from both stores
are to be displayed.rClothes becom-
ing to all types will be featured. The
names of the women students who
will model will be announced later.
Sponsored by the orientation com-
mittee of the League, the series is
designed primarily for freshman
women but the lectures are open, free
of charge, to anyone wishing to at-
tend. Attendance for freshmen is
not compulsory, Miss Hatfield said.
Last week Miss Pauline Kalb, pro-
prietress of Pauline's Beauty Shop,
gave an illustrated talk on hair dress-
ing, explaining what hair lines are
becoming to different types of faces
and what lines are suitable for wear
with different hats. Three students
served as models.
Succeeding lectures are to deal
with such topics as demonstrations of
make-up, manicures, care of the hair
and skin, accessories and illustrations
of the finer points of etiquette.
All will consist of practical demon-
strations with especial care to be
given to individual problems and are
to be held every week at this time
with the cooperation of other local
shops.
Engineers Will Use
Book' Decorations
For Coming Dance
It seems that engineers can never
get away from their studies, for
they're even carrying their books in-
to the ballroom for the Engineering
Ball which they are sponsoring Fri-
day, Nov. 20 at the Union.
The books will constitute the dec-
orations for the dance, and will be
placed in a big bookcase over the
band stand. The bookcase will be
similar in style to the one found in
every engineer's room and will be
three dimensional, extending out over
the members of the orchestra.
It will be easy for the studious en-1
gineers to look up any references theyc
might be interested in for the bookst
are to be about six feet high and eachi
one a foot wide. The books to be<

Swing-Time Frocks
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Puckered sleeves, high necklines
and swirling skirts are the out-
standing features of the new fall
frocks proving so popular at tea
dances and open houses. Simple
one-color materials accented by
cocky hats and bright strands of
beads are also important in making
this a highly successful costume.
Chaperon Is Honored
By Alpha Chi Omegat
Alpha Chi Omega will hold a form-
al tea from 3 to 6 p.m. tomorrow in
honor of their chaperon, Mrs. W. Ed-
ward Goodale. .Eva Spencer, '37, the
social chairman in charge, announced
that the Ann Arbor alumnae of the
sorority, all of the patronnesses and
the presidents and chaperons of the
other soroities on campus would be
guests. Floral table arrangements
and candles will be used for decora-
tion. I
included in the set will be those with
which every engineer becomes ac-
customed during his college work.
Their titles will be humorous take-
offs on the original names of the
texts.
Shields with the insignia of the
various organizations represented in
the Engineering Council will be placed
around the ballroom. These groups
are Tau Beta Pi, Vulcans, Triangles,
Sigma Rho Tau, A.S.M.E., A.S.C.E.,
A.I.E.E., A.E.Ch.E., I.Ae.S., Quarter-
deck, Transportation Club, Glider
Club, Michigan Technic, and the rep-I
resentatives from each class in the
college.

Women Urged
To Answer All
Questionnaires
Daily Seeks Cooperation
From Pledges, Rushees
In CampusSurvey
All freshmen women interested in
sororities, whether pledges, rushees,
or students, who have not yet been
rushed, are asked to cooperate with
The Daily on a survey of the rushing
situation by filling out the question-
naires which have been distributed.
These questionnaires can be ob-
tained in the dormitories and league
houses. It is essential that all women
fill them out in order that The Daily
can arrive at a fair conclusion and
get both sides of the question.
The purpose of the questionnaires
is to determine the freshman wom-
en's attitude on such questions as the
new rushing system put into effect
on campus for the first time this
semester and the plan for deferred
rushing. The latter puts off all
forms of rushing until the second se-
mester when the formal period would
go into effect.
Freshman women are necessarily
unfamiliar with the former system
of rushing which called for two weeks
of more concentrated dinners, teas
and luncheons. The Daily wishes to
determine, however, how well the
freshman women like the present
system of three weeks with a dinner
held every other night during the
period.
Both advantages and disadvantages
have been suggested concerning the
plan for deferred rushing. The Daily
has distributed the questionnaires to
enable it to find out the opinions of
the freshmen on the subject.
A sorority vote, published last week,
showed that the affiliated women are
strongky in favor of the new rushing
period and opposed to the deferred
rushing plan. The Daily is con-
tacting the freshmen to provide both
sides of the question and consequent-
ly urges their support.
New Members
For Swim Club
Are Announced
Following the final tryouts for the
swimming club held last Thursday
night at the Union pool, 15 new
members of the women's swimming
club were announced yesterday by
Helen Harp, 39Ed., women's swim-
ming manager.
The new women admitted to mem-
bership include Elinor Bale, '39, Vir-
ginia Banning, '39, Laura Brillian-
tine, '39, Ruth Carr, 38Ed., Sally Con-
nery, '40Ed., Jean Hendrian, '40,
Katherine Johnston, '38, Florence
McConkey, '38A, Alice McCutcheon,
38, Margaret McKinnon, '38, Eliza-
beth Oberdier, '37, Sally Orr, '40Ed.,
Helen Peck, '39, Pauline Vihtelic, '40,
Helen Westic, '40.
There will be a meeting of the club
Thursday to discuss future plans
for a demonstration. All members
are urged to contact Miss Harp or
Betty Patten, '39, about this.
A Real Corset -
but it stretches BOTH ways!
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Clothes Doctor Advises Blouse
Remedies For Suiitis' Cases
By HELEN HENDERSON skirt and is trimmed with buttons
Are you bored with your wardrobe? that look like footballs.
Do you wake up with that "I-wish-I- If your suit is dressy you'll be safe
had - something - to - wear" feeling? in getting a satin blouse. They are
Does the suit you thought so dash- heavier and richer looking.than ever.
ing in September look dull and old One dressy blouse we liked was blue
and uninteresting? Then you have crepe. The neckline was made with
suit-itus. at least three inches of shirring, and

The best remedy for this illness can little colored glass elephants were
be found right here in dear Ann used as buttons.
Arbor town. The clothes-doctor You can make a new costume out
recommends a snappy new blouse to of your old skirt if you'll- get one of
add color to your familiar suit. If the jersey blouses that have a yarn
your pocketbook can stand a double l fringe around the neck, down the
or a triple dose of this excellent front and across the peplum hem.
medicine, all the better. I The most striking of these comes in
What kind of a suit is troubling black with white trim; it also comes
you? Is it one of those man-tailored in beige and brown.
affairs? Then you'll probably want Any one of these blouses can cure
some kind of a silk-tailored blouse the most unhappy case of suit-?tus .n
that will be attractive under your short order.
jacket. Some of the shirt-like styles-
come with contrasting silk ties. If Volley Ball Tourney
like a printed blouse. A popularprint Ends-Third1 Round
is made of wool challis, which is E d Thir Roun
warm as well as attractive. The same
inaterial comes in plain colors. These Play continued in the third round
blouses have long sleeves with little of the women's volley ball tournament
cuffs that button, and demure flat Friday when Alpha Delta Pi defeated
collars. Kappa Delta 30 to 20 and Mosher
Is your suit a tweed? Look at it defeated Helen Newberry 21 to 17.
closely. See if there isn't a thread The Independents defaulted to Betsy
of some bright color running through Barbour.
it that has ! been subdued because The members of the victorious Al-
you've worn a brown, or black or grey pha Delta Pi team were Rita Well-
blouse with it. Find your hidden man, '37, Edna Kandelin, '39, Julia
color and match it with one of the Ann Upson, '39, Dorothy Goebel, '39,
colorful jersey blouses that are so dif- Jane Rogers, '37SM, Mildred Mac-
ferent looking this year. We saw one Arthur, '39, and Frances Hubbs, '40.
in a high red shade that had a dog- The Mosher team was composed of
collar of black leather, and belt and Barbara Burnell, '40, Florence Weid-
pocket trim of the same material. It er, '38, Eleanor Bale, '37, Anna
was a peplum style. Another style of Thompson, '38, Sally Connery, '40,
the jersey blouse tucks into your LouieTLockmn.3Tl. -

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In troducting the
IJN"LIDPDATE
For EVENING WEAR
They're Stunning!
GOLD, SILVER and BLACK
by
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Alpha Chi Omega
Honors Chaperon
A tea honoring Mrs. W. Edward,
Goodale, the new chaperon, will be
given today bynthemembers of Al-
pha Chi Omega. The tea will last
from three to six.
Mrs. Frank M. Wistert, Mrs. Esther
M. Yutsy, Mrs. William Clark Trow,
Mrs. Ray E. Newton, Mrs. Harold
Trosper, and Mrs. Charles McCaf-
free will pour. Friends of Mrs. Good-
ale, all patronnesses of the sorority,
and the chaperons and house presi-
dents of all the other sororities and
dormitories on campus are invited.

L.SU..S -,,-
son, '37E, Barbara Eppstein, '39, Ruth
Carr, '38Ed, and Martha Tillman,
'39.
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GIRLS!
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. Machineless Permanents $6.50
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CHOCK FULL ! - Expressive of
these coming week-ends - don't
you think? Yes sir, chock full of
the gay merry-go-round of infor-
mal as well as formal dances. The
Engineering Ball'comes this week
you know - and you just see if it
doesn't draw Ann Arbor's best.
You're going to be there aren't
you -among the best and every-
thing? Sure you are and by the
way I saw you last Friday at the
Dorm Dance - wasn't it fun!
SPEAKING of DANCES and what
not naturally makes one think of
getting dressed up - who doesn't
love to - and getting dressed up
reminds me of the grand display
of Mary Dunhill cosmetics that I
saw in CALKINS-FLETCHER'S
window - you can't.miss them -
and are they lovely! Well really
you may think they are lovely
just by looking at them - but you
don't know the half of it until you
try some of them - all gardenia
scented -not the artificial gar-
denia with the inimitable aroma
of violet drops -but the real
thing ! Gardenia in lipsticks,
powder, perfume - gardenia in
everything! Am I tempting you
or am I tempting you! You know
for yourself the admiration and
pride that will issue from the
escort - you do, dont you - well
just try it and see.
BLIND DATE - Doesn't THAT
sound intriguing! You have no
idea! BECAUSE in the first place
I'm going to let you in on Ann
Arbor's greatest innnovation -
HELEN POLHEMUS'S new cock-
tail hat, "Blind Date"- and what
is more it's guaranteed not to
fail! How's that for news - but
wait till you hear more - it has
a. 1 ha.,n f caniin, , -r. . ol1 r c -ia

this new "Blind Date" for those
gay vacation cocktail parties and
those blind dates will soon be
steady customers - guaranteed,
yon know!
SAY, are you going to be among
the contingent bound for the Ohio
State game Saturday --loads and
loads of people are going I hear.
Lucky you - if you do! And by
the way, I've got just the thinggall
lined up for that cold but very
peppy football weather - those
new sweaters that you've been
waiting for are in at ELIZABETH
DILLON'S - yes and they just
can't be passed up - no mistake !
And especially new and exciting is
the "Gancho" - with a zipper
and four pearly buttons up, the
front-it's stunning looking. and
so warm and fleecy too-just the
thing for an Ohio State week-end
to say nothing of our own Ann
Arbor weather -from all reports
I hear it's going to be bitter chill
this winter. Then there is the
grandest assortment of angora,
cashmere, and vicuna sweaters-
and in the gayest of fall colors
besides those soft shades that
should see the pink - (they call
it pearl) and chamois - you'll fall
look good enough to eat. You
for them heart and soul -no
foolin'!
AND GIRLS you all know what
they say about a well-groomed
woman -well it holds true in
Ann Arbor just the same as New
York-and what's more DIMAT-
TIA'S is the place to go for that
very thing. Now here's a tip
(not the ordinary tip to be kept
a secret understand - just a' help-
ful hint!) make your appoint-
ments for the mornings - the
service will be even better than in

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