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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The
GID-f4BOUT.
For Information -Cali MISS JONES at 2-3241

HOWDY FOLKS! It's that gad-
about again, back from the nether
parts - just browsin' around and
window-shopping for the "finds"
of the ,week - to tell all you little
gals what's what in fashion or even
to drop little hints on this and
that. Think you can stand it?
Well...
WINTER'SuCHILL isn't here
quite yet - but it's coming, my
friends, yes, it's certainly coming
(I hope, I hope). And have you
assembled your winter make-up?
Are you prepared to meet this
winter with your chin up (to give
full benefit of the face) ? I'm just
asking to make sure - 'cause we
can't have the Michigan gals trip-
ping the light fantastic, trucking
the Big Apple, or even appearing
at fifteen minutes after the hour
for that history lecture in last
summer's tired and care-worn
make-up. Now can we? Just trot
over to CALKINS-FLETCHER-and
see Ruth at the cosmetic counter
about this little matter - she'll fix
you up with Dorothy Gray's new
winter set - there's lipstick, pow-
der, and rouge! Then too, Rolane's
Golliwog lipstick can be had now
in all the new winter shades. And
as a feature attraction these cases
are "equipped" with a fountain-
pen clip to stabilize the wandering
lipstick. No more of that digging
into the depths of your purse's
corners! Dunhill, Tussy, and new
Chanel (now in the school-girl's
price level) can't be outdone either.
So blend with your winter outfits,
gals - blend!
* * *
BLENDING isn't a bad idea in
choosing a sports costume for
those peppy football Saturdays,
either. This year, especially, it's
quite simple to blend with the
many-colored plaids. Yes, it's
definitely plaids this season at the.
ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP -
plaids in skirts, plaids in blouses,
all of which reminds me of the
adorable plaid washable blouses
(featured recently at Lord and
Taylor's) with the cutest draw-
string effect, that caught my eye
yesterday during my State Street

window-shopping tour. The Dil-
lon Shop once more comes through
with the latest and best. The col-
ors of the rainbow and all its tones
can be found not only in these
plaids, but in sweaters too! Now
that's something! 'Add a bright
contrasting scarf, a touch of a
calot (you know, those cute suede
top-knots in every imaginable col-
or) from DANA RICHARDSON'S
HAT SHOP in the Dillon Shop -
and you've got the recipenfor a gay.
season and a colored career!
BUT you've got to "top" it all
off with the proper hairdress! No
foolin' And especially this year
when everybody is trying to be dis-
tinctive. The DI MATTIA BEAU-
TY SHOP is ready and waiting to
give YOU that distinctive touch!
In fact Mrs. Di. said she had lots
of new ideas - have you heard
about the new two-way coiffure?
It's a knock-out and very, very
practical - "roll 'em up" hair, I
mean) for day-time and classes,
and comb 'em out for dancing in
the evening - and it's not too early
to be thinking about the style of
coiffure to suit that new formal -
page-boy, long bob, high curls or
roll? It's attractive distinction you
want this year - and ye shall have
it!
* * *
DID YOU KNOW that lots of
new little necessities and novelties
have been added to JUNE GREY'S
HAT SHOP (on South U.) - yes,
sir, June is right with you when it
comes to last minute odds and ends
- bobby pins, stockings, veils,
flowers. And of course, she's still
thrilling Ann Arbor with her clever
original hat designs - let's see now
you'll need a snappy sports hat or
stunning "dressy" hat with one of
those alluring veils that simply
reeks flattery - which definitely
comes in handy at times! You
can't deny that, can you? "Every
little bit added to what you've got,"
I always say, "makes just a little
bit more." (And what do you al-
ways say?)
Well, I'll be running along now,
but still a-gadding!

Early Training
Cause Of Most
Student Failure
Parential Neglect May Be
Important At College,
States Mrs. Bacher
"The fundamental cause for many
students successfully adapting them-
selves to life in a large university lies
in their early training," stated Mrs.
Byrl Fox Bacher, assistant dean of
women, in a recent interview.
"Those parents who are lax in de-
voting time to their children while
they are still young, will be lax in
writing to their absent sons and
daughters of college age," Mrs. Bach-
er stated, commenting on an article
written by a dean of another college,
in which he contended that modern
mothers attended too many cocktail
parties instead of writing to their
children at college.
Moial Support Needed
This neglect results in lack of moral
support, but this condition in itself
will not necessarily cause the stu-
dent's failure, but it may be an im-
portant factor in sociai maladjust-
ment. Mrs. Bacher believed that*
many students at a large university
are too immature emotionally to
"make the grade." For such young
people she advocates a year at a small
college where they receive individual
attention.
"At Michigan we like to think of
students as adults and treat them as
such," said Mrs. Bacher. "That is
why undergraduates on this campus
are put almost entirely on their own.
If a student fails, the fault usually
lies within himself, or in his early
upbringing. Such faults in charac-
ter or training may be aggravated by
a family which takes no interest in
his life away from home, but that is
not the sole factor in the case."
League Council
Is . To Sponsor
Dance Contest
The League Council will sponsor an
all-campus 'Shag' and 'Big Apple'
contest the third week in November at
the League Ballroom, according to
Douglas Gregory, '39, director of the
Wednesday night Swing Sessions.
"From time to time during this
year, various couples have started
doing these steps," said Gregory. The
two-step and the dip are becoming
old-fashioned, and nearly everyone
is tired of them by now. . Why can
this contest not be an incentive for
students to learn how to do new steps
and discard the old?"
Prizes from the local business
houses will be awarded, and a loving
cup will b'e presented to the best
"shagger" in the contest, Gregory
added. Miss Florence Young, of De-
troit, president of the Michigan Danc-
ing Masters Association, is to be the
judge.
Gregory said that those who would
like to enter the contest, even though
they do not know all the newest
steps, could profit by enrolling in the
series of six swing sessions. "Each
person is encouraged to make up
his own variations to all of these
steps," he stated.

By SUZANNE POTTER
Michigan's annual homecoming
and the much heralded Minnesota
eleven are on the books for next Sat-
urday, as a fitting climax to another
five days of the usual scholastic grind.
Interspersed throughout the week,
however, are a few spots of enter-
tainment.
For the male element, the Union
coffee hours will be a good place to
get together and talk it over with the
boys. The coffee hour was started
last spring, the idea being to put stu-
dent-faculty relationship on a more
"man to man" basis. The only wom-
en that crash the gates are wives of
faculty members, who serve as host-
esses.
To Hold Swing Session
The "Big Apple" demonstration on
Main Street a week ago last night was
the first public execution of the dance
that Ann Arbor had seen. It took a
man from the south to get the crowd
licked into shape. Then came the
exhibition dances put on at the
League and the Union Friday and
Saturday nights by a sprightly group
of undergraduates. And now Wed-
nesday night brings the first in a
series of "Swing Sessions" to be held
in the League. The male half of
Michigan's dance team will teach the
Suzy-Q, Truckin', the Shag and all
the intricacies of the Big Apple.
What's Hollywood waiting for-Mich-
igan to come out there?
America's favorite Scandinavian ice-
skater and her captivating friend,
Tyrone Power, come today to the
Michigan theatre in "Thin Ice." Be-
ginning as a put-up job, their ro-
mance gathered momentum, until
Miss Henie, at least so the story goes,
became quite serious, while Tyrone
continued to date others of the film
capital's great. Come what may, it

W ecorationsa eco n ate The faculty advisers'to the Michi-
between the sororities and fraterni- gaff Dames will hold an informal re-
ties to be fought tooth and nail, (may ception for the Michigan Dames from
the best woman win)., and various 4 to 6 p.m., Friday, at the home of
fraternity parties, it looks like the Mrs. Carl Weller, 1130 Fair Oaks
week will close with a bang. Fresh-
man-sophomore games are tentatively Parkway, according to Mrs. Ralph
set for Saturday, but time will tell Aigler, president of the faculty ad-
about that. visers' club.
- _ _The advisers wish to initiate an-
Foreign Student Sup per other successful year for the Michi-
FanrDames, Mrs. Aigler stated. She
Will Be Held At 6 P.M. hoped all'students' and internes'
The second in the series of Sunday wives would become members of the
night suppers for foreign students will Michigan Dames organization. More
be held at 6 p.m. today in Room 116 than 100 guests are expected to at-
at the Union, according to Josephine tend this opening reception.
Montee, '38, member of the Interna- The faculty advisers for this year
tional Council. are Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs.
Three groups will be formed and Ira M. Smith, Miss Ethel McCormick,
topics for discussion will be educa- Mrs. Ralph Aigler, Mrs. R. C. Hussey,
tion, art and international affairs, Mrs. W. W. Bishop, Mrs. G. E. Car-
Miss Montee said. A nominal fee of rothers, Mrs. Carl Huber, Mrs. A. H.
25 cents will be charged for the sup- White, Mrs. Carl Weller, Dr. Margaret
per. Bell and Dr. Lavinia McKaye.

Satin Shines For Dates

Swing Sessions, Coffee Hour
To Provide Entertaining Week

This satin dress with a flared
skirt and full, puffed sleeves, is an
ideal date dress. The neck-line is
new; lower on the shoulder and
raised at the throat. In place of in-
ner fastners is a smart rhinestone
pin. The belt buckle is of the same
design as the pin.

Both Gison Girl And Page Boy
Influence Newest Hair Styles

Gjoodyear

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By BETTIE HOWARDt
Men's clothes have strongly in-
fluenced feminine dress fashions sincei
ancient Grecian times ... but a man'st
hair dress coming out of history to
influence the feminine coiffure is
something new. Yet the page boy of
reverse roll hair dress is one of the<
leaders in hair styles this fall.-
It started when Francis I, King ofI
France, chose to turn ends of his hair
inward. The modern counterpart of
this coiffure has the same sleek lines
and reverse roll, but it is softened by j
puffs and ringlets over the brow.
Dress fashions this fall show a
trend toward the turn of the century
and hair styles are following suit. The
Gibson girl hair dress is an example
of this. This coiffure features a!
highly piled riot of curls. Sarah
Bernhardt's famous bangs emerge
from theatrical history to inspire an-
other coiffure which promises to be a
favorite. The modern touch is
achieved by drawing the hair over the1
ears and combing curls low on the
neck.
Coronation Influence
Just as the Coronation influence is
still being felt in clothes fashions, so+
it is still affecting coiffure trends.
This effect is noticed in the grand

manner in which hair is being done
and in the wide use of hair orna-
ments especially for evening. These
ornaments may be simple ribbons and
flowers, or they may be more elabor-
ate jewels, veils, or net skull caps.
Even books influence fashion, and
so there is the Gone With The Wind
head dress. This is a demure and
feminine style suitable for evening.
It features a short, center part with
narrow waves flowing backward to
join large, saucy ringlets which are
massed high in the back.
Sleek Crown Popular
The general trend in fall hair
fashions seems to be toward smartly
tailored lines and easy to care for
models. These qualities are found in
the sauve, sleek crown that resists
mussing and is easy to comb. The
smooth back line is surrounded with
a border of soft puffs and curls.
ADEMJA CHEEVER
Initiation ceremonies for new resi-
dents of Adelia Cheever House will be
held at 4 p.m. this afternoon. The
women who will be initiated are
Charlotte Breidenstein, Grad.; Sonia
Yanosky, '41; Norma Pultz, '41; and
Meriam Clough, '41.

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AND YOU CAN, on your very first formal date if you're
wearing a really knock-out formal from Goodyear's.

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FOUNDATION
An attractive garment for the fair-
ly well developed figure, it was
designed with this thought in mind.
A fine quality Batiste with wel-
placed elastic sections to control
the thighs and hips. Note how the
cloth is designed to give a sepa-
ration between the busts which

In all new FOOTBALL COLORS
You'll score ii these!

NO ONE will be more devastating than the woman
wears a pale rose satin formal, very slim and directoire;
square neckline; bosom much accented with hundreds of1
bead-pointed shirrings . . . $19.75.

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OR THE WOMAN who
sleek black velvet gown
nigh bosom accepted .
. . . $22.95.

looks like Empress Josephine in a
with bare shoulders, low neck, and
. snowy ermine adds the final touch

these clothes! Their youth, verve
and individuality do exciting things
for your personality . . . send your

spirits soaring
fully warm!

keep you wonder-

OR THE SIREN who seductively piles her hair
ing sequins, rhinestones, spirals of feathers,
gossamer veiling . . . $1.00 to $3.95 each.

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