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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lectures, Exhibitions, Book Fair
To BeAmong Events Of Week

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exhibition, sponsored by the Interna-
tional Center, has been open to the
public during the past week.
Continuing the Freshman Round
Table Series, which started last Sun-
day, Prof. Howard McClusky will
speak on "The pevelopment of De-
sirable Personality Traits" at 4 p. m.
today in Lane Hall.
Book Fair Held
The United Peace Committee will
s hold its first meeting at 7:30 p. m.
- tomorrow in the Michigan League. A
report of the World Youth Congress
I held at Vassar College during the
- summer will be read.
A Book Fair, sponsored by the
- American Association of University
Women, will be held from 10 a. m. to
10 p. m. Friday, Oct. 15, and from 2
p. m. Saturday, Oct. 16 in the Michi-
gan League.
Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman
women's honorary society, will hold
- its first meeting at 5 p. m. Wednes-
day in the League Ballroom. They
. will discuss plans for the National
Convention, to be held here Friday
and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29.
Cheever House
InitiatesToday
13 New Members To Join
- Residence Membership
Adelia Cheever Residence .Hall will
initiate 13 new members at formal
initiation at 4 p.m. today. Members
of the board who will be present:
Mrs. Clifford Woody, Pres.; Mrs. Byrl
Fox Bacher; Mrs. Shirley Smith; Mrs.
Edward M. Bragg; Mrs. Edward H.
Kraus; Mrs. Clarence Thorpe; Mrs.
H. H. Seeley.
Other guests will be Dean Alice
Lloyd; Miss Elizabeth Perry; Mr. and
Mrs. George Stanley; Miss Kathleen
Hamm; Miss Henriette Scranton; Dr.
Edwin C. Goddard; Dean Edward H.
Kraus; Mr. Edward M. Bragg; Mr.
H. H. Seeley; Mr. Clifford Woody;
Mr. Clarence Thorpe; Mr. Shirley
Smith.
Mrs. Holly Dobbins is the new
house director. Assistant house direc-
tor is Miss Eleanore Aldworth.
W.A.A. SPORTS SCHEDULE
Archery: Meeting and picnic at
4:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Dance: Meeting of dance club at
7:15 p. m. Wednesday and at 4:15
p. m. Thursday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Hockey: Open practices at 4:15t
p. m. Tuesday and Thursday at
Palmer Field.
Riding: Crop and Saddle tryouts
and supper ride at 5 p. m. Wednes-
day at Barbour Gymnasium.E
Tennis: Second and third rounds 1
of singles tournament; first round
of mixed doubles tournament.

Crandma's Accessories Adapt
Themselves To Fall Fashions
Now that school is well started, have been rejoicing this past season
everyone is settling down to. the not fromg the advent of dirndels. Besides
too unpleasant job of thinking up being smart in sheer wools, they are
new and original ideas for date being shown inash and fieshys.
dresses. It's the unusual combina- being shown in alpacas and fine silks.
tions and colors and accessories that Last week-end brought out one very
Mmake that very important favorable good looking one in a paisly print
first .mpression on new acquaintances. from London's Liberty Store in their
For the League and Union dances, famous silk.
velvets are always in good taste and
are bound to give a well groomed
appearance if the accessories are
simple and in good taste. If one is
lucky, some of grandmother's ex-
quisite old handmade lace does much
to relieve the monotony of plain black
and is extremely original.
New York stylists commend stark
black crepe or"sheer wools with high
neck lines as being chic, but be sure
they don't make you look like a rein-
carnated spook. A triple string of
pearls or massive gold jewlry is a
smart remedy for this situation. And
again grandma may be able to come
to the rescue with a heavy watch Hooray for what?
chain and a delicately chased locket.
Onyx and gold brooches on these Hooray for our
chains also add that certain' touch
fashion demands. brand new accessories
Jewelry Is Favored
And speaking of stunning jewelry, gay as a wagon
we saw one very smart outfit of sheer of toy balloons . .
black wool relieved only by an exotic
Russian belt and massive ring to candy jewelry
match. The links of the belt were
etched in typically far-eastern de- sequin belts, new bags
signs which were duplicated in a tre- tricky belts, gala scarfs
mendous buckle that fastened with
a dagger that actually had a sharp and novelty gloves ..
edge and point. Men don't need to
worry however, because it was quite in short everything
securely chained to the rest of the to add that dash
belt.
Dates for west of State Street seem of spice and verve
to favor costume suits and wool
drndels in the warm autumn colors. a well-dressed co-ed craves..
Creole tan and wind dregs are two
that do wonders for that fading sum- suggest you
mer tan. And by the way, hosiery hurry in quick
manufacturers are featuring these
same tones in a misty-thin two- and pick
thread.
Suits Are Popular the cream of the crop!
Suits for these occasions are in
best taste with tailored blouses re-
lieved only by a jeweled clip, but be
sure to keep the whole effect simple 'S. Don't let anything short
for too much jewelry will ruin the of sudden death keep you
effect of any costume. from the fashion show next
Girls with a waist-line problem -,

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Broad shoulders and a full skirt
emphasize the small waist of this
model date dress which follows the
trend in styles towards an old-
fashioned silhouette. The "stand-
out" sleeves in three-quarter length
are a fall innovation which add a
formal:touch to the shirtwaist style
of the dress. The large buttons,
novel belt, and pocket handkerchief
complete the ensemble to make it
ideal for' afternoon wear.
LibraryAdds
New Additions
Rental Library Is Open,
More Books Available
Many new volumes have been added
to the new collection in the library
of the League which was started last
fall.
These new books include such titles
as: "Action at Aquila" by Hervey All-
en, "Sleep in Peace" by Phyllis Bent-
ley, "The Rains Came" by Louis
Bromfield, "Madame Currie" by Eva
Currie, "Last Flight" by Amelia Ear-
hart, "Bow Down to Wood and Stone"
by Josephine, Lawrence, "The Prodigal
Parent" by Sinclair Lewis, "Assign-
ment in Utopia" by Eugene Lyois,
"Journalist's Wife" by Lillian Mowr-
er, "Life and Death of a Spanish
Town" by Elliot Paul, "The Yearlings"
by Marjorie Rawlings, "Imperial City"
by Elmer Rice, "On Borrowed Time"

Social Committee To Meet
The social committee of the League
will meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday,
according to Barbara Heath, '39;
chairman. Miss Heath requests that
all who are interested in the social
committee attend the meeting and
bring elegibility cards.
Chinese Club To Entertain
The Chinese Students' Club will
sponsor an informal party in, the In-
ternational Center at 7:15 p.m. today.
It is intended to help new Chinese
students become acquainted with one
another and other students.
by Lawrence Watkins, "The Import-
ance of' Living" by Lin Yutang.
The rental library is in addition to
the regular books which circulate free
of charge for two weeks. The charge
is three cents per day and reserva-
itons may be made in advance, Edna
Linzey, librarfan stated.

New Colours,
Are Matched
By Cosmetics
If you think you can't wear one or
all of the new costume colours, you
may be mistaken, for a little experi-
mentation has revealed that wearing
the newest in exciting colours de-
pe'nds on makeup. Vogue hPa suggest-
ed that you should match each colour
with a set of cosmetics, and has divid-
ed the new colour world into five
ranges.
The first of these is the purple and{
violet range which is most satisfactor-
ily worn with cosmetics in matching
shades. For those who hesitate at
purple lipstick and rouge, there are
red tones which contain enough blue
to match the purple.
Bright Colors Used
To match henna, russet, or brick,
one should choose lipstick and rouge
that have brown in them, while a
peachy powder and green eye-shadow
and mascara complete the ideal cos-
metic list.
Teal-blue and peacock-blue re-
quire light, bright shades in rouge1
and lipstick with eye-shadow in a1
matching blue.
Shades Are Matched
American Beauty is an awkward
:hade which needs almost a precise
match in rouge and lipstick or a com-
plementing blush shade to be effec-
tive. Blue is the perfect shadow.
When wearing green-yellow and
yellow-green, you should wear a shade
of powder darker than you ordinarily
wear. True red or coppery shades in
lipstick look well as does a deep
green eyeshadow. Green or black mas-
cara will add the final touch to make-
up which seeks to look well with this
colour range.

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