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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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To Interview
For Manager
Women's Bowling Set For
3 P.M. Tomorrow; Offer
Instruction To Beginners
Interviewing. for W.A.A. bowling
manager will be held from 4:15 p.m.
to 4:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Women's
Athletic Building, Norrha Curtis, '39,
president of W.A.A., announced yes-
terday.
No one will be considered for the
position who does not appear at the
interviewing and everyone must
bring her eligibility card. The inter-
viewing will be; done by the W.A.A.
executive board. If anyone who has
petitioned for the position is unable
to be interviewed at the time set, she
should call Miss Curtis, and some
other arrangement will be made.
Starting tomorrow, the bowling
alleys in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing will be open from 3:15 p.m. to
6 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
daily and from 3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday. The fee for women stu-
dents will be five cents a line in the
afternoon and 10 cents in the even-
ing. The fee for men and for persons
not members of the University will
be 15 cents a line.
Instructional classes in bowling will
be held for the first time this year.
Helen Ellis, of the women's physical
reducation department, announced.
They will be given from 3:15 p.m. to
4 p.m. Five lessons will be given for
one dollar, which includes the price
of the alley. Any woman interested
in entering one of these classes is
asked to sign up at the Women's Ath-
letic Building.
League Houses To Hold
Tea For Faculty Today
The first in a series of faculty teas
to be sponsored by the League House
Presidents Association, a division of
Assembly, will be held from 4 p.m. to
6 p.m. today at the League.
In the receiving line will be Miss
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women, Dean
Jeannette Perry, Dean ByrlI'Fox
Bacher and Betty Myers, '39, presi-
dent of the Association.
The committee in charge of the
affair has been Gladys Engel, '40,
chairman, Catherine V. Roelkey, 41,
Sally Corcoran, '41 Ed, Sylvia Fidel-
holtz, '40, Frieda Hartman, '42, Fifi
Angelson, '41, and Janet Collings.

Iturbi Concert
To Be Feature'
Event Of Week
Thanksgiving is coming, and this
week's events are crowded iito the
days before vacation. Jose Iturbi's
piano concert, a lecture by Dr. Ed-
win Aubrey, Panhellenic Ball and the
Theta Xi formal are the highlights of
the mid-week doings.
Iturbi will give a piano concert at
8:15 p.m. Tuesday in Hill Auditori-
um, the third concert in the Choral
Union series. He is better-known.as
a pianist, but has recently acted as
concert conductor.
Dr. Aubrey, Professor of Theology
and Ethics; at the University of Chi-
cago will speak at 8 p.m. tomorrow
at Lane Hall, an "History and Reli-
gion-Current Religious Issues in the
Light of Their Historical Sources."
Prof. Arthur Wood of th Sociology
Department, will lead the Freshman
Round Table discussion at 4 p.m. to-
day in Lane Hall. The topic will be
"Prison Reform-Should the Crim-
inal Be Treated As A Sick Person?"
The annual Panhellenic alall will
be held from 10 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Friday in the League Ballroom.
100 Albion Alumni
Honored At Party
Given By Ruthvens
More than 100 guests were present
at the Albion Alumni party given by
President and Mrs. A. G. Ruthven at
,heir home Friday. The guest list
included all Albion College alumni
and former students and the hus-
bands and wives of former students
and alumni of Ann Arbor and Ypsi-
lanti.
President and Mrs. Ruthven, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth J. Hollinshed of
Albion, Miss Mary Lindsay, of Ann
Arbor, and Prof. and Mrs. Fred S.
Goodrich'of Albion made up the re-
ceiving line.
Games were played during the eve-
ning, and a program was given with
W. Carl Rufus as toastmaster. Ches-
,er Manning of Ypsilanti led college
songs and yells, and Mrs. Arlene Tay-
lor of Addison, Mich., played a piano
solo. Short speeches by Prof. Floyd
Bartell and Miss Helen Travis of
Ann Arbor, and Prof. K. M. Pickering,
Mr. Hollinshed, and Prof. Goodrich
of Albion completed the program.

Fashion Dictates Simple Tailored Lines

Hygiene Test
Will Be Given
Exemption Examination
To Be Monday, Nov. 28
All freshmen women and upper
classmen who were first or second
semester freshmen in the University
and have not completed their hygiene
requirement mays take the hygiene
exemption test to be given at 5 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 28, indNatural Science
Auditorium, Dr. Vida Gordon an-
nounced recently.
Those who do not pass the test
must register for the hygiene lecture
series at regular classification Feb. 9,
10 and 11 at Waterman Gymnasium,
Dr. Gordon said. The six sections
previously announced in the Univer-
sity Bulletin have been reduced to
two. One will be given at 4 p.m.
Monday starting Feb. 20 and the
other at 3 p.m. Friday starting Feb.
24. Those who register first will, be
given first choice.

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Swimming Club
Will HoldTryouts
The following list of women, and
alt others interested in competitive
swimming and diving, are invited
to compete in the final tryouts of
the Michigan Women's Swimming
{ Club which will be held at 4:00 p.m.
tomorrow in the Union Pool.
The women especially invited to
try out for membership in the swim-
ming club include those who swam
in the intramural meet held last
month, and former members of the
swimming club. This list 'includes;
Ruth Stevens, '41, Betty Gould, '42,
Jeannette, Stickels, '40, Jean Rhein-
frank, '39, Ruth Schulman, '42, Mar-
garet Wiseman, 42, Agnes Landers,
'41, Dorothy Foltz, '40 Ed, Ruth Al-
len, 41, Jean Hendrian, '40, Louise
Lightweight shirtwaist dresses are ideal for those Thanksgiving infor- Barr, '40, Marian Klingstadt, 39.
mal dinners. Their tailored lines make them grand for daytime wear all
winter because they always give that well-groomed look, and, they can't Betty Hood, '40, Helen Westie, '40,
be beaten for comfort and practicability. Marie Bams, 39 E, Sally Corcoran,
41Ed, Jean Belle King, '39, Helen
Peck, '39, Helen Nutting, 41, Eliza-
,, Beth White, '39, Dorothy Maul, '39,
Sheer Woolens Are Featured Virginia Keilholtz, '41, Ruby Maurer,
42, Helen Higgins, '40, Carolyn Den-
n ThanKSgiving Fashi N eWS field, '42, Amy Johnson, '41, Anna
Martin, '39, Sue Stevenson, '40, Mary
MacDonald, '41, Alice Hoff, '41, Jean
With the Thanksgiving holidays collar and short, slightly puffed Sollitt, '41, Agnes Crow, 42, Dorothy
just around the corner, everyone is sleeves. Volt, '40, Virginia Storts, '41.
d i th t th it1 For the more dressy evening din-, Nancy Seeds, '42Ed, Anne Paschal,

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Casual Classics are
BLOUSES and SKIRTS
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thing would be for those informal
dinners. Now that th'; w,ather has
turned cold and crisp, sheer wools
and flannels are the most comfort-,
able as well as the smartest thing.
A very chic dress that has en-
joyed great popularity this season is
a new version of the shirt-waist.
Made of a very fine imported French
flannel, it has a stitched collar and
unusual stitched pockets where a
bright chiffon hanky may be slipped
in to add contrast to :the costume.
The straight lined skirt of this model
falls into long pleats.- A'wide suede
belt accents the waist and matches
the pocket interest.
Cashmere Is Popular
The other dress shown in the pic-

ners on this day of thanks one might
wear a rich burgundy or navy velvet
high-lighted by glistening rhinestone
clips at the corners of a square neck
and a tiny buckle of the same glitter
at the waistline.
Another good bet for dressier
Thoiksgiving dinners is a black crepe
and lame embroidered dregs with
petit coral and gold beads on a fine
black net on the shoulders and
sleeves of this chic model. The deep
yolk ends in a long straight line
across the front and the noir crepe
is gathered onto it in tiny tucks that
fall gracefully to a stylishly slim
waist and on down to a full swirl skirt.
One might wear a perkey doll hat
with this. It has a chin length veil
with an embroidered edge of minute

41, Bunty Bain, '39Ed, Barbara Bene-
dict, '40, Jane Lord, '40, Harriet Brit-
ton, '39, Dorothy Cloudman, '40,
Elizabeth Baker, '39Ed, Pat Calkins,
'42, Twila Traber, '39Ed, and Jeanne
Kaufman, '41.
Committees Will Meet
Four committee meetings for
Sophomore Cabaret will be held to-
morrow afternoon in the League. The
finance committee will meet. at 3
p.m., the hostess committee at 4 p.m.,
and the costume and publicity com-
mittees at 5 p.m. Specific places
where the meetings are to be held will
be posted on the League bulletin
board tomorrow afternoon.

ture is of a cashmere wool and re- gold beads in the same pattern as
sembles its shirt-waist ancestors, that of the yolk of the dress.
The model is two pieced and at the For the young sophisticate New
shoulders has a deep yolk with the i York has created a two piece dress.
material bloused and gathered at a ' The top is of turquoise velvet and has
narrow ribbed waist. Long, comfort- a very plain neck line with the ever
able sleeves end in a moderately wide present yolk and shoulders accented
wrist band fastened by pearl buttons by high puff sleeves. The yolk is of
matching those of the large patch a goose-girl style which is continued
pockets and tailored front. The skirt on down to the waist in the center by
is of slightly flared design.I *a .....

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Sfor, a perfect fitting slip!
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CLASSICS in casual clothes are blouses and skirts designed
by B. H. Wragge, famois men's custom shirtmaker. Beauti-
fully cut, superbly tailored, their distinctive well-bred look
so smart and satisfying, you'll never want to discard them.

Other suggestions for informal
Thanksgiving dinners are . knRbby
hand knits. Made of a bright fall
color, with matching or contrasted
accessories, they give one that well-
groomed feeling that is so essential
to a happy day. One very smart
dress that will be partying next
Thursday is a mottled knit with or-
ange and green predominating. The
dress has a forest green suede beltI
and tiny buttons of the same ma-f
terial that march down the front of
it. The blouse has a tiny peter pan
Folk Dances Are Shown
At Scandinavian Meeting
Norwegian folk dances and the
German waltz and polka were fea-
tured at a meeting of the Scandina-
vian Club Friday in Lane Hall. i
Betty Nieken, president, and Mary
Domokos, secretary, assisted by1
William Beckman, Gladys Rathky,
Ann Erickson, and Edward Johnson,
were in charge of the meeting which
was attended by more than 100 mem-
bers and guests.

a very narrow, a muiorea gannet,. The
skirt of this frock is of butterfly
pleated black rayon flaring just below
the hips. .A charm bracelet full of
dainty glitters will add glamour to
the chic severity of this youthful
dress.
CHRISTMAS
IS COMING!
-Buy Your Gifts Early!
Fascinating new objects
arriving all the time.
The dolls from India
are in now.

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. Here's a dream come trues The new
patented slip that won't creep up
when you sit down... won't twist
around your legs when you walk...
won't tug at the shoulder straps
when you stoop ...won't get out of
shape when you launder it! If this
sounds like too much to ask for in
one slip...wear a "Mary Barron"
slip and be convinced!
The material is ingeniously cut on
the strai ht with bias draping at
bust and hips . .. individually
patterned for eachi . se.gore or
1i panel back for action... seamless
DUC, sides for a bul geless silhouette.
Made of satin "Le ure" a luxurious
silk and Bemberg* rayon fabric in
tea rose and white.

BLOUSES (like the one pic-
tured) in soft shirt-waist
styles you can wear open or
closed high at the throat
printed with widely spaced
motifs in contrasting colors
on sleek rayon cravat twill;
or in plain white . . .$6.50.
WOOL BLOUSES in muted
red and blue or gold and
green plaids . . . . . $695.

SKIRTS (like the one pic-
tured) that fit smoothly
over the hips, then flare
softly out, of sheer wool
dusted with rabbits' hair,
making them soft and light-
weight as can be. Green or
rust . . . . $7.95.
KNIFE PLEATED SKIRTS
to match the plaid blouses
or to wear with sweaters .
$10.98.

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