THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1940
PACI To Hold First
T- ance Of
Today At League
ieater Jn Jier Cap-
Blaz Lucas And John Devine
To Initial Mixer
Sponsoring Committee Chosen
From Panhellenic, Assembly,
Would-Be Models To Try Out
Miss Marie Hartwig of the Physi- judging will take place will be posted
Education department is a neCW on the bulletin board in the lobby of
mber of the group to judge try- the League, and it will start at ex-
ts for modeling in All-American actly 3 p.m. Attractiveness, posture
shion Fantasy, the semi-annual and ability to wear clothes are to be
ily style show. especially noted.
mpartial judges have been chosen, The style show, which has been a
cording to Jane Krause, '41, wo- leading event of the past two years,
n's advertising manager, and the is to be held at the Michigan The-
Helen Northrop Chosen
Graduate House Head
Helen Northrop was chosen presi-
dent of University Hall, living quar-
ters for graduate women, at a recent
election of officers. Social chair-
man for the group for the coming
year will be Mabel Jessup, while Viv-
ian Taylor will take over the duties
PACI and its crew of "Trouble-
Shooters" will take over the League
Ballroom from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
today, when the first all-campus T-
dance of this year's series will be
Bill Gail's orchestra will supply the
music, with chief trouble-shooter Joan
Hamilton, '41, handling the vocal
arrangements, for the T-dance, the
only one of its kind on the Michigan
campus, according to Dick Ebbets,
'42E, general chairman of the PACT
all-campus T-dance committee, in
that it is the only afternoon affair
which is held for and by all the stu-
dents in the University.
Hostesses Will Officiate
A group of hostesses, selected from
the ranks of Assembly and Panhel-
lenic, will officiate at the affair. They
will assist in the introductions and
the acquaintance-making that is one
of the main purposes, according to
Ebbets, of the PACI dances.
These dances are arranged by a
Panhellenic, Assembly, Congress and
Interfraternity council. They are
Virgina Alfvin, '42, and Sally Walsh,
'43, from Panhellenic; Margaret
Wiseman, '41,and Jane Sapp, '41,
from Assemb~ly; Dick Coe, '42, repre-
senting Congress and Theron Haas,
'42, and Jim Bourquin, '42, from In-
Gave Six Dances Last Year
The PACI committee, formed last
year, gave six dances that year. Be-
cause these dances were so success-
ful, said Ebbets, they hope to be able
to sponsor ten this year.
All students, whether undergradu-
ate or gradutae, sophomore or senior,
Lit student or engineer, are cordially
invited to attend the T-dances. They
afford excellent' opportunities to meet
people that one might not otherwise
come in contact with in classes or
Admission to the PACI "Trouble-
Shooters" T-dance is 25 cents for
men; women may be admitted free.
Hostesses from Assembly for this
afternoon's affair are Ann Hamil-
ton, '43; Alice Cavender, '43; Ethel
Winnai, '41; Maxine Bertucci, '42;
Kay Ruddy, '42; Betty Tartenfelder,
'42; Shirley Schmid, '42, and Vir-
ginia Alstrom, '42.
Panhellenic's representatives are
Dorothy Bloxom, '41; Mott Wright,
'42; Dorothy Laran, '41; Jeannette
Hoffman, '42; Betty Coulett, ' 1; Pat
Lewis, '44; Joan McGrath, '44, and
Lou Carpenter, '42.
An attendance of at least 300 per-
sons is expected for this opening T-
dance, Ebbets said.
Where would you expect to see wo-
men most perfectly dressed, most per-
fectly groomed and on their best be-
havior? At a style show, naturally,
and even more so, while modeling in
a style show. This fall there is an
opportunity for all coeds to be models.
The Daily and Ann Arbor mer-
chants are having a style show, so
why not try out for it? But be at
your best today and tomorrow when
you walk for the judges so that your
sum total of good points will add
up to the perfection needed to par-
ade clothes before hundreds of
The way you dress, the way you act
and the way you just naturally look
all count for a lot. Of the last point,
there is little to say. Most shops ask
for tall mannequins, but there defin-
itely are those that want some small
women to show their clothes, so the
way is open to all types.
Remember that the judges, as
they watch you walk up and down,
are thinking of you on the stage
of the Michigan Theatre, not of
how you should look on campus.
Prepare yourself accordingly. Don't
don your best Brooks-style sweater,
for it's not in that that your ability
to wear clothes can best be ascer-
Hair-do should be extremely neat-
casual, of course, for you're to be
wearing college clothes, but not neg-
ligent. Dress intelligently, and, as
far as you are able, give the impres-
sion of careful and exact grooming.
It wouldn't be a bad idea to wear
either spectators or low heeled
shoes. One can walk much more
gracefully without benefit of socks
and saddles. You'll have an advan-
tage that way.
Speaking of the way you walk,
that's an all-important part in choos-
ing models. One must have enough
posture to wear clothes well. The
manner of wearing clothes well in-
cludes standing and walking with
shoulders fairly well back, and walk-
ing in a straight line.
Also important is a poised and
attractive head carriage. Even faci-
al expression, which should be far
from either glumness or and out-
right laugh, is important to those
who display clothes. Hands should
be handled as if the owner did not
know that she had them.
So this is how the women chosen
for The Daily style show will look.
But there's a lot of it that should be
for every woman on campus, and for
the models not to overlook after the
day of the show has passed.
Besides this, there is an amazing
number of other new fashion feat-
ures to Miss Jack's dress, including
the elbow length sleeve, the collar-
less, round neckline, the inserted
bib effect, draped front fullness
and the jewelry that has become
Best Dressed Girl
Finish Plans For Annual Dance
To Be Held Nov. 8 At Union
Committeemen for Interfraternity
Ball have been announced by the co-
chairmen. Blaz Lucas, '41, president
and John DeVine, '41. secretary and
The annual dance, to be held from
9 p.m. tot1a.m. Nov. 8 in the ball-
room of the Union, will have Reed
Cranmer, '42, and Kayne Osborn, '42,
on the publicity committee. Donald
Stephenson, '42, Edward Glanz, '42,
Robert Lewis, '42, and James Bour-
quin, '42, are to handle the tickets.
On the floor committee will be
John Stover, '42, Roy Fairlamb, '42,
and Aron Kahn, '42. Working on
programs and favors are Art Leck-
ner, '42, and Ted-McLogan, '42. The
patrons committee includes Charles
Giesen, '42, Stanley Allen, '42, Robert
Getts, '42, and David Bateman.
On the decorations committee are
Robert Porter, '42, and Paul Cosper,
'42, who promise an entirely new
type of dance decoration. Prefer-
ence for tickets to this ball are to
be given to the fraternity men on
campus, Cranmer said.
Ann Arbor Independents
To Hold Combination
Business Meeting, Mixer
A combination business meeting
and mixer will be held at 4 p.m.
Sunday in the League by the Ann
Group singing and introduction of
the new officers to the guests will
comprise the entertainment for the
group. All independents are encour-
aged to attend.
New officers of the group are:
Jean Krise, '42, president; Roberta
Holland, '43, vice-president; Norma
Kinsburg, '41, secretary-treasurer;
and Adelaide Carter, '42, social chair-
man. At the meeting, which was
held yesterday, the prospect of spon-
soring bridge parties throughout the
year was discussed.
We heard of a young fellow who
was born just 21 years ago yesterday
at 4 a.m.-just in time to qualify
list includes Dr. Meldon Everett of atre, and the outfits to be worn by Social events began for the house
the Health Service, Miss Ethel Mc- the student models are to come from with a breakfast hike Sunday, on
Cormick, social director of the League, various Ann Arbor stores which take
Sue Hollis, '42, to head the committee part in the show. Bill Gail's or- which the fourteen residents walked
of models, Miss Hartwig and Miss chestra will play during the after- in the early fall weather tio a hot
Krause. noon's display, and there is to be no breakfast.
All University women excepting charge. -omn a ei vt d t;;;;;;m
freshmen are invited to try out from
3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. today and to-I~~?
morrow at the League to act as LargerAttendance GreetsA CO-ED'S
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This meeting was the first in a 0 It is perfectly groomed and styled
The future seems to have looked series of eight lessons to be held for maximum beauty.
the fustraight in the face yes- Tuesday evenings throughout thel.
campus current school year. Miss Ethel Mc- Let us care for your hair.
terday, and we wonder how many Cormick, social director of the
people realized it. League, and Miss Barbara MacIntyre ^
Yeteda te*enwh* ae ldwill direct beginners in the basic QiijM attia
Yesterday the men who are old steps of the waltz and fox trot while
enough filled out their reservations intermediates will devote their time 338 South State Phone 8878
for a year's course in the rudiments to rumba, tango and advanced varia-,i
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At the same time, the coeds regis-
tered for theUniversity's much-pub- SMARTEST PLAY
licized course in marriage relations.
M * F THE SEASON. .
And so it looks as if both sexes
now have a good idea of things to
come. Sweaters, skirts, jumpers-are
-Lothario all "goal" getters. Find them
Fur Accents Gloves
Bits of fur on the cuffs of black
or brown suede gloves to match fur
trimming on the coat give a charm-
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The Best Dressed Coed of the Week,
tall and poised as a mannequin, is
freshman Alice Jack. Seen wearing
one of popular colors of the season,
the dress is of beige alpaca wool.
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