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THEMICHIGANDAILY__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Union Formal
Books Three
Variety Acts
Roller-Skating Specialist,,
Magician, Dance Team
Are In Foor Show
Three variety acts, including a
magician, a dance team, and a roller-
skating specialist, will be presented
at the floor show of the Union For-
mal which will be held from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday, in the Union Ball-
room.
Al Seal, who specializes in magic
and shadowgraphing, is rated with
the three best in the country in that
line. Saal recently appeared in the
Bing Crosby picture, "Double Or
Nothing," doing the shadowgraph
work.
The Lonette Sisters, Jae and Lois,
will also appear on the program in a
novel dance act and acrobatic rou-
tine. The team, which is now being
featured at the Club Lido, Detroit
night club, sing and dance with
their feet in the air, and also do
sensational splits and drops from a
table in the acrobatic part of their
performance.
Rex and Betty Powers, daring
rollerskate performers, will present
the final number in the floor show.
Members of the audience are usually
asked to assist in the performance of
some of the feats of this team, who
recently appeared in the Joe Penner
picture, "New Faces."
All booth reservations for the dance
must be turned in immediately, so
that seating arrangements may be
completed, James Palmer, '41, gener-
al chairman announced. John Ed-

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(FIDI 'UZ' NOTE : The women's page welcomes contributions to The Letter
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Lounging or studying is lots more comfortable in one of the new
corduroy suit combinations shown above. Mulberry, forest green, or
teal will brighten your wardrobe if you're on your toes about fall styles.

monson, '42, is in charge of the Con-
gress booth and all independents who
plan to attend the dance are urged
to get inr touchwith him to make
their reservations.
A few tickets still remain on sale,
according to Charles Kerner,'41IE,
and these. may be purchased at the
Union desk.
Ushers Needed For Play
All women on the Theatre Arts
committee interested in ushering for
"The Tinder Box," to be given Fri-
day and Saturday afternoons, should
sign immediately on the bulletin
board in the League Undergraduate
office.

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Tailored Classics
America's f avor ite! Softly
tailored frocks with swing,,
pleat skirts. One- and two-
piece styles. from $7.95

Independents'
Tours To Begin
Assembly, Senior Society,
InitiatingProgram
One phase of Assembly's activities
for the Independent Fortnight will
start tomorrow when members of
Assembly and Senior Society begin
touring the various dormitories and
League houses.
These tours are made in an effort
to acquaint University women with
the activities of the League, WAA,
Assembly, Student Publications and
Lane Hall, Mary Frances Reek, '40,
Assembly president, announced yes-
terday.
House officers will be elected dur-
ing the tours. These officers are the
official representatives of the house
on Assembly Board.
The Assembly.'Information Booth
will be at the League throughout the
Fortnight to aid any - woman. Vir-
ginia Van Waggoner, '41, is in charge
of the booth during the Fortnight.
Margaret Van Ess, '41, is the Dorm-
itory chairman on Central Commit-
tee. Betty Zunk, '42, is chairman of
the League houses, and Jean Tenof-
sky, '41, chairman of Correlations.
Chapter House
Notes
Additional pledgings were made by
two houses this week, Alpha Phi and
Xi Psi Phi.
Alpha Phi announces the pledging
of Maya Gruhzit, '41, Grosse Pointe,
and Elizabeth Corlett, '42, Lansing.
Xi Psi Phi announces the pledging
of the following: Robert Ross, '43D,
of Detroit, Mich., Clifford Lumbert,
'43D, of Eagle, Mich., James Knox,
'43D, of Niles, Mich, George Stevens
of Muskegon, Mich., Charles Dumont,
'43D, of Big Rapids, Mich., John
Golden, '43D, of Olean, N.Y., and
William Ryle, '43D, of Flint, Mich.
Volleyball Tournaments
Will Begin Tomorrow
Jane Grove, WAA volleyball man-
ager, announced the following sched-
ule for volleyball tomorrow and con-
tinuing through Wednesday.
The schedule is as follows: Mon-
day at 4:30: Maddy House vs. Ann
Arbor Independents; Zone V. vs. Zeta
Tau Alpha. 5:10: Martha Cook vs.
Radford House; Gamma Phi Beta
vs. Alpha Omicron Pi. Tuesday at
4:30: Zone IV. vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi; Helen Newberry vs. Kappa Del-
ta. 5:10: Alumnae House vs. Alpha
Phi; Collegiate Sorosis vs. Alpha Xi
Delta. Wednesday at 4:30: Zone I
vs. Mosher; Delta Delta Delta vs.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
WAA SCHEDULE
Crop and Saddle: Meeting at 5
p.m. Wednesday at Barbour Gym-
nasium.
Dance: Meeting. at 7:15 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Fencing: Meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Barbour Gymnasium.
Hockey: Practice sessions at 4:30
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at
Ferry Field.
Tennis: Meeting at 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday at Palmer Field
(dressed to play).

Announcement<=i
THE AMELIA BEAUTY SHOP
announces a new service. Tues- o
day evenings the shop will be
A open exclusively for MEN.

To the Editor:
There is quite a bit of difference
between the clothes worn on the
California campuses and this one.
The weather probably has a great
deal to do with it, but there is one
other determnining factor, and that
is comfort.
Clothes on the Cal campus are
very casual and very comfortable. The
girls wear the same sweaters and
skirts and the same saddle shoes that
you find on any campus. They never
wear long stockings, no matter how
cold it is, and they scorn hats, even
when it rains. Cotton and linen
dresses are worn all year. Dirndls
were very popular last year, and
modified editions of the beer jacket
are still going strong.
Ties Are Not Worn
The men are much more casual
than the women, most of them stick-
ing to slacks and sweaters, no shirts
and no ties. If a man on campus is
wearing a tie, he is either one of the
faculty or a tourist.
It is on weekend dates that the Cal
girl shines. No matter where she
goes, to a show or dancing, she is
expected to turn up with an outfit
complete with hat and gloves, and
she usually gets a corsage to go
with it.
On formal dates there is only one
difference between the Cal girls and
the Michigan girls. At Cal, every
girl wants to look as much like a
Hollywood glamour queen as pos-
sible, and you don't see any of those
modest little numbers with high
necks, sleeves, or ruffles. Tie men
are different on formal dates too.
Not one of them would be caught
dead with a tail coat, a dinner jacket,
or a white dinner coat.
Audrey Nisson, '41
University of California Transfer
To the Editor:
Having graduated from Vassar
College last June I have been asked
many times 8bout the difference be-
tween Michigan and my former Al-
ma Mater.. The only time that the
Vassar campus ever resembles Mich-

igan's is on the weekend of our Junior
Prom.
The Vassar girl feels that, since
there isn't any inspiring-ahem-
atmosphere at the college, she can
let down her hair and really be com-
fortable. Therefore, she puts on the
sloppiest outfit she can find-dirty
saddleshoes (if you have clean white
ones, you are considered unfashion-
able), socks (but no stockings even
in the icy gales), and expensive, but
much abused sweaters whose sleeves
have been pushed up until they have
no shape at all. She never wears a
hat.
If the cardigan was made to button
down the front, she will have it but-
ton down the back. Her hair droops
uncurled, - and her nose is always
shiny. On rainy days she loves to
astound her classmates by appearing
in a long sinister hooded cape or a
Mexican sombrero.
But on weekends she really turns
into a glamor girl. All those smart
New York clothes are taken from
the closet; her hair is waved; and off
she trots to West Point,; to the Wil-
liams houseparties, or to the Dart-
nouth Carnival.
The Michigan girl is much bettr
groomed. She certainly is n
"dressy," but she is usually neat. She
wears makeup to class. Her hair
looks under control, and not as if
the wild man of Borneo had arrived
on campus by mistake. She takes
better care of her clothes. She would
rather wear what everyone else is
wearing than be conspicuous.
Jean Gardiner, Grad.
Vassar Transfer
Swim Club To Hold
Organization Friday
A social hour and organization
meeting of all women interested in
the swim club will be held,'at 4 p.m.
Friday, at the Women's Athletic
Building.
Various events for the coming year
will be discussed

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FOR A CAMPUS COSTUME
Add to one Sports suit one pair of new
knee socks and a bright colored cardigan;
mix- with complimentary colored gloves
and baggy (or substitute a pair of angora
mittens in one of the very new lush
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Spice the whole with an imported scarf f
or clever costume jewelery--Resz lt: AN
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Cutest Thing in Town!
Here's a "snap" of me sporting my new
Fireman Red version. They come in brown,
blue, green, beiges, black, too! Mine is that
luscious fur felt, you can match your new
cabby with one in sleek corduroy, too!
Only $2.95.
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