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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

List For Tour
is Announced
Independents To Conclude
Fortnight By Tea Dance
planned By Assembly
Independent Fortnight, featuring
tours of the dormitories and League
houses, by members of Senior Society,
will conclude next week with the tea
dance given in honor of all Independ-
ent women on campus, as Betty Jane
Mansfield, '39, president of Assembly
has planned.
Tours of the dormitories will take
place from 10:30 to 11:30 p. m. to-
morrow night, and the independent
women will go to the League houses
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
nights.
Houses To Be Toured
Tuesday night the League houses
of Mrs. Walter Wagner,~Mrs. C. S.
Reeves, Mrs. C. M. Paul, Mrs. W. J.
Arman, Mrs. R. E Bannasch, Mrs.
Myrtle E. Gray, Mrs. H. M. Smith,
Mr& J. S. Gorman, Miss Mae Mc-
Gregor, Mrs. Grace Vogt, Mrs. Anna
C. Smith, Mrs. Samuel Adams, Mrs.
Olion Shauman, Mrs. J. C. Wilson,
Mrs. Leo Augspurger and the Women's
Cooperative House will be visited.
Wednesday night the tours will in-
clude the homes of Miss Lillian Snell,
Mrs. Fred Colvin, Mrs. Fowler John-
son, Mrs. W. D. Rock, Mrs. Della
Mitchell, Mrs. Florence Slaae, Mrs.
Lera Pray, Mrs. Isabelle Holcomb,
Mrs. Emma Farley, Mrs. Anna Carney,
Mrs. H. S. Curtis, Mrs. A. E. Donlap,
Mrs. R. C. Higley, Mrs. Lucy Austin,

Veils Are Smart For Dress Occasions
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For week-end house parties or trips to Detroit. the college woman
will find the small dress hat, with either short or long veil, a practical
part of her costume. It is appropriate to wear with a dress coat and is a
welcome change from the roller or snap brim worn to classes.

Football, Movies And Lectures
Are To Be Highlights Of Week

King Football has come to reign t
once again: band music, thrills, ex-
citement suspense and then a sudden
glow of memories, which will last
icng after reality has passed.
With the Chicago game in the off-
ing and the Michigan State game his-
tory, our thoughts are still on the r
ridiron as the second week of school
iegins. Classes start to take on the
air of routine that seem more of a
iovelt-y the first week and diversions
once more are the rule.
In keeping with the football spirit
the Majestic will show that weil timed
"collitch" picture. "Hold That Coed," 2
with John Barrymore going very rah
rah. "Boy's Town.," the classic of re-
cent motion pictures will start show-
ing at the Michigan this afternoon.
On the more intellectual side, there
are two lectures ,scheduled for this
week. Professor Thomas A. Knott, edi-
tor of the Middle English Dictionary
will talk. His topic will be "Behind;
the 'Scenes in Building a New Eng-!
lish Dictionary." There will also be
a lecture given under the auspices of
the A.A.U.W. and it will be the first
of a series which the Association will
hold in the Graduate school.
A Freshman Round Table Series
will open today at 4 p. m. at Lane
Hall. All Freshman- are cordially in-
vited and Prof. H. Y. McClusky of

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Miss Emily Feiner, Mrs Pauline Sim-
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More Houses Listed
League houses directed by Mrs.
Grace Radford, Mrs. J. E. Maddy, Mrs.
H. W. Freeman, Mrs. W. R. Riggs,
Mrs. Warren Cordes, Mrs. Judson
King, Mrs. H. N. Swaney, Mrs. Mur-
ton Peer, Mrs. Leonard Miller, Mrs.
Rose Zimmer, Mrs. May Rooks, Mrs.
P. M. Keusch, Mrs. William Bunch,
Mrs. C. H. Hemingway, Mrs. A. T.
Gorton, Mrs. Gertrude Wilson and
Mrs Clyde Keppel will be visited.
The tours are sponsored uy Assem-
bly as their contribution to Orienta-
tion.
Old-Fashioned'
Robe Rep"laced
By. Housecoat:
Grandmother used to have her
"wrapper"; mother had her "bath-
robe," but daughter's wardrobe is not
complete without her "housecoat."
Even as the name has changed so
has the style and purpose of these
robes, for when housecoats go to col-
lege they must lead a double life.
They must be warm and practical for
chilly rooms and nights of study, but
they must also have beauty and indi-
viduality for those all-important oc-
casions such as spreads and house
meetings.
Variety in material, color, and style
mark this year's models. Wool fab-
ris are ever popular. One attractive
number is of "powder-puff" weight
with quilting on the collars, cuffs,
and pockets. The colors range from
ashes of roses, a campus favorite, to
royal blue, an old stand by.-
Another unusual wool robe comes
in a fitted princess style in black.
trimnied with aquamarine revers,
cuffs, and buttons.
Tailored robes, always hold their
own in the style parade. The latest
model has print rayon crepe revers
and cuffs.
For the luxury-minded who scorn
woolen fabrics, there are a variety
of silk materials to choose from.
Quilted taffeta has become popular
for more formal occasions, and now
comes in printed material as well as
plain colors. It is most attractive in
a robe with a "swing" skirt and tail-,
ored top.
Satin tops the list as a "dressy"
robe, although printed rayons run a
close'second. One of the latest intro-,
ductions to the satin group is the
lounging robe-pajamas combination.
almost like a three-piece suit for
night-time wear. It is particularly
"new" in wine polk-a-dot satin.
TW E D

Riding Society
Pllans Meeting
Crop And Saddle, To Begin
Year's Activities Tuesday
Crop and Saddle, women's riding,
club, will have its first meeting of the
year at 4 p. m. Tuesday in the small
lounge of the Women's Athletic Build-
ing, Betty Hood, '40, president of the
club, announced yesterday.
.Tentative plans for the year will be
discussed, including the day for week-
ly rides, a costume ride, a treasure
hunt, talks by outsiders, election of
officers and the horse show.
Afters the meeting tier- 'vi be a
supper ride and a short class of in-
struction for tryouts at the stables in
preparation for formal tryouts the
following, week., Anyone interested, in
trying out for the club may do so by
calling Miss Hood, 3718, by Mondays
The group will meet at 5 p. m. Tues-g
day at Barbour Gymnasium dressed
for riding.
There will be no charge for the'
short class of instruction for tryouts,
but there will be the usual charge of:
one dollar for the supper ride.
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