100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 28, 1938 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1938-09-28

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

* THE MICHIGAN DAILY
itial Freshmn Tea Dances Are To Be Held Today And To

Lor;

~

Ticket Sell-Out
Announced By
Marcia Connell
'Lambeth Walk,' Mixer,
Are Part Of Program
To AcquaintFreshmen

All-State Dance
To Be At Union
Bill Porter's State Band
Will PlaySaturday
An All-State dance will be held
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday in
the Union ballroom, Don Nixon, '39,

7&eddings
and
ngagemen ts

Gaily Colored Short Jacket Suit
Appears In College Wardrobes

Conway Magee To Begin
League Bridge Lessonis,
The regular series of bridge lessons
taught by Conway S. Magee will be-

i1
1
c
t
t
- t
t
yk
i
f
t
k

Tickets for the freshman tea dances J has announced. Bill Steinle and his
which will be held from 4 until 6 p. orchestra will play as usual and the
m. today and tomorrow are com- chid floor will also be opened in-
m. tdayandtomrro ar co- Iorder to accommodate a larger crowd[
pletely sold out, Marcia Connell, '39, he stated.
chairman of the League orientation h BillP orter's orchestra from State
committee, announced yesterday. will play on the third flooi'. Porter
Bob Steinle and his orchestra have has played at various northern re-
been contracted to play for today's sorts and is a popular orchestra lead-
tea which will be held .in the Union er at M.S.C., Nixon said.
ballroom, and Charlie Zwick's or- Arrangements have been made to
chestra will play for the entertain- have the captains of each team speak
ment tomorrow which will be held in a few words over the microphone he
the League. The tea dances are the added, and pointed out that the oc-
concluding feature of the 1938 orien- casion is planned with the hope that,
tation program and they are spon- students from both colleges will havy
sored by the Orientation Committees !the opportunity of meeting and mak-
of both' the League and the Union. ing new acquaintances, or renewing
Student advisors, both men and wo- 1 old ones.
men,. will act as hosts and hostesses f Tickets will be sold at $1.00 per
for the teas. couple and the event will give the
A special feature of the tea dances Michigan students a chance to dance
will be an "exhibition of "The Lam- to an orchestra from an outside col-
beth Walk" which will be demonstra- lege.

.i
t
t

" Mr. and Mis. Charles H. Griffitts,
of Ann Arbor, have announced that
the marriage of their daughter, Alice
Genevieve, to Ralph H. Danhof will
take pace at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Michigan League Chapel. Mr.
Danhof is the son of the Rev. and
Mrs. Henry Danhof of Kalamazoo.
'i Theresa Danhof, the groom's sister,
ito be the bride's only attendant ;
and .the best man will be Charles H.
Griffitts, Jr. There- have been 65
guests invited to the ceremony, which
will be followed by a reception in'
the Grand Rapids Room of the
League.
Miss Griffitts is a member of the
class of '39 and Mr. Daphof is an in-
structor in the department of so-
ciology.,
Dance To Be Held
By Newman Club
The Newman Club, a Catholic stu-k
dent organization, will hold a dance
and freshman mixer from 8 to 10 p.
im., tomorrow in the auditorium of
St. Mary's Student Chapel.
The purpose of the mixer is to ac-
quaint new students with the New-
man Club. There will be circle dances
and robber dances and a prize will be
given to the bby who has danced with
the most girls.
Richard Blanchard, '39L, president
of the club, is chairman of the dance.
He will be assisted by the other offi-
cer, John O'Hara, '39, who will have
chaxge of introductions. Mary Call
and lVarie McCabe will have charge of
refreshments.

Pigskin Accessories Make fashionable for dressy suits, it has gin at 7 :3Q p. m, Tuesday, oct. 4 in
S ort Outfit;* Dressy been found that fox, raccoon and the Grand Rapids Room of the
wolf are the best volume furs. ,kunk League, Mr. Magee announced yester-
Suedes For Evening is coming into its own and is expect- day.
ed t jon th rak o fasionand The lesson's will be given weekly,
The most important thing in. the ed to join the rank of fashion and planss have been made to accom-
college wardrobe is the suit, and if volume. modate from four to eight tables of
I you're lucky, the suits. The only time Short Suit Popular bridge each night. Persons wishing
that you can actually not wear a suit The short suit, with or without the instruction are urged to attend the
is when going to a formal or semi- matching top coat, still leads over the classes with partners, but if they are
formal dance. Suits are seen at the reefer which was such a fad last sea- unable to do so, a partner will be
League and Union, on coke date son but which is as yet very popular found for them. The price for the
beer dates. libe dates and football instruction will be 35 cents a lesson.
land tea dates. A new note in reefers is the tweed .Mr. Magee has conducted the bridge
fabrics, mainly with the whiteclsefothpatixyran
According to Miss Eileen Anderson, d One added note is fur trim classes fr the past six years, and
sportswear buyer for L. iamburger the reefer and the fur is mainly they are a feature of each regular
& Co., Newark, N.J., "Mst important nd nand summer session on the campus.
is the great vogue for very sporty ,wolf and raccon. This unakes the
suits; the gayer and louder the plaid reefer a dressy sport outfit and for
or check, the better." some people is more.suitable.
Colors Are Stressed Suits Are Gayer, Different
Vliss Anderson strongly stressed Suits are really different this sea- A *"I
the importance of colors since they son and give a much gayer and more M.1 mi I- I ec
have risen to new heights in popu- informal feeling to the fashions ofE1
larity. The midseason openings have today. They are a bigger boost to
shown everything from mustard yel- the ever popular sweater craze espe-
lows and brick reds, to all shades of cially since a bright sweater will liven from a Lin'i,
grey, dahlia and olive yard colors. up any conservative outfit, is suit-
Certain vivid shades of green will also able for town and country tweeds.
be in great demand. For football games and the like,
Although such furs as skunk, Per- wear pigskin gloves, tailored toppers
sian lamb, and sheared beaver are or bretons, and sporty shoes.

Magazine Will Give
Paris Fashion Job
For the fourth consecutive year,
Vogue is offering the Prix de Paris to
all students graduating in 1939 with
an A.B. or B.S. degree. First prize
entitles the winner to membership
on Vogue's staff, for a year; six
months of which are spent in the
Paris office. Second prize consists of
six months work on the editorla staff
in New York City.
'Contestants answer five quizzes
and then write a thesis, all of which
must be in by April 20, 1939, and will
be judged by the editors of Vogue.
Further information concerning this
contest may be found in Vogue be-
ginning with the Oct. 1 and 15 issues.

s Wardrobe
iced Budge
Pick 'n Pair
Mix 'n Wear'

ted by Bob Canning, '39, head cheer
leader, and Miss Connell. Dorothy,
LaVan, '41, Bob Winter, '40, Harold
Sperway, '42, Frances Bourke, '41,
Annabelle Dredge, '40, Jack Appleton,
'40, Edna Kerney,n'41, and JackReed,
'40, will also demonstrate the new
dance craze.
The three door prizes which will be
given away at each tea dance will
consist of three tickets for the week-
end dance at the Union, to be awarded
today, and thiree dance tickets for the
week-end dance at the League, to be
awarded tomorrow. There will also be
a prize given to the freshman with

the largest list of the names of womens
with whom he has danced.
"We guarantee to mix everyone up,"
Miss Connell said. To help in the mix-
ing process, no one can enter the ball-
room without a partner, and circle
dances, the stag line and girl robber
dances on the dance floor are expected
to help in the formation of new
couples. Frequent repetitions of the
music, "Change Partners" will indi-
cate a break in the dancing at which
time. everyone will meet a different
dance partner. Tickets have been
limited to 400 for each day..

i

M AY B E C O L L E G E

IS N'T A

e4

Not only is it fun to design
your own costume from

I,

these colorful

companion

I;

TONS

of

USED TEXT

BOOKS

For Every Course on the Campus.

w

a,
.
. \ \E. s.

pieCes

by
but it's real economny

as

well. A JaGkcet, Sweater,
and Skirt adds up to tWo
complete and different en-
sembles.
DI) op in ad le t us sh ow
you how it's done and how
inexpensive too.
...$5. 95
.~$10.95
.~$3.95

(Our Specialty)

BUT-the looks of your legs (and
that means, of course, the looks of
your stockings) has a lot to do with
your chic and charm. Pack leg-size
Belle-Sharmeer Stockings in your
college-bound trunk and you'll be
singing their praises all semester.

They're individually proportioned
in both width and length to match
theshape of your legs as well as their
length and your foot size. Here ex-
clusively in fouraccurate leg sizes
Brev for smallslodie for mediums;
Duchess for tails, Classic for plumps.'

SIR T . .
JACKET . .
SLI P-OVER

Ulrick

$1.00 a $165
BeIMe-Sh'are erF

S

S5 TO ' ACKI

N GS

CA R DIGAN . . ... .. . . . $ 9
COLORS: Brier Brown, Shrub Greeri, Red Grape,
Wheat Gold, Dusk Green, Blue
Haze and Black.
xclusive at
Liberty at Maynard

Opposite Engineering Arch

taco Vt ,-

c - ... - _ ; .- W__.._ _- ..11 ..P_1 _.

1I

Quick DryCleaning Service at Goldman's

Phone

3

Dry Clian ing at Golman9'
include
Certified
1. MIRACLEANING
Insured
2. MOTH-PROOFING
3, RE-TEXTURING
-and it doesnot cost you

- - ~

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan