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House Coats Assure Comfort
For Study And Dateless
So many of us are at home these Asfa as a L
nights, either for study, or not of seems to be loudness. T
our own accord, that we want to out-doing themselves.
look our best around the dorm or all the nightmare
house. There are many suggestions printh, nihtmolka
I have for just this sort of thing, enoug d to keep both
First, a bathrobe is an absolute enoughatoawkepfot h
roommate awake for hi
esesntial. And there are so many good Remember last year3
looking ones this year. One of the hioned night gown
newest is a plaid !quilted cotton mod-.ufarhiyearigtheownig
el. Quilted robes in other materials ufacturers have devi
are also popular this year. gw namtra l
Chenille robes are irresistably soft gown in a material t
-especially in a pastel pink, blue, is really something to
or peach, and of course the tradition- Tiey always say you
al flannel bathrobes are still the most to be beautiful, but
popular - but even these seem soft- they are now, we can
er now, and can be gotten in a larger while we rest.
variety of colors. One of the nicest
sets seen this year is red polka dot
pajamas with a blue flannel bath- Women To Cr
robe trimmed in the material of the Masculine F
House Coat Features DirndleT
For a good housecoat a red vel- To the women who
veteen has shown itself lately. Also, see men's styles, and
a wool jersey with dirndle skirt and look on with approval,
brass buttons. These are particularly Ivitation.
nice for Sunday mornings when you I' nivtto
don't want to look quite so casual.yainin next Heek' Cfa
It is almost impossible to keep up so often submitted t
with the designer's of bedroom slip- s on shtent
pers. The ones that seem to take views on what women
the concensus of opinion is a white nesbtemehtoth
and lately mocassins in all possible and tell them what the
combinations of colors have been her fellow student.
seen. Also the soled sock has put in So everyone with a
its appearance. The very latest is the great approval is ask
"mopasin." This is a wool sock with write Jeanne Crump, t
a sole that resembles a mop with a opeenions on nresults
crew cut.

rid Colors
o, the keynote
the cottons are
You can't miss
stripes, gaudy
dots. They're
you and your
when the old-
ecame so pop-
oht gown man-
sed the same
hat looks like
e velvet. This
look for.
uu have to rest
as thingsras
be beautiful

Eleven Dances
Will Be Held
By Fraternities
Annual Pledge Formals, Radio
Dances To Fill Spotlight Today
On Campus Social Calendar
Once again the perpetual date book,j
kept in the Dean's office, has many
pages dedicated to dances which will
be held tonight by the different cam-
pus groups.
Members of Alpha Delta Phi will
hold an * informal pledge dance to-
night. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graham
will chaperon the affair.
An informal radio dance will begin
the football weekend at the Beta
Theta Pi house. Mr. and Mrs. Ned
L. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ford MacFadden will act as chaper-
ons for the dance.
Tom Snyder and his orchestra will
furnish the music for the Delta Up-
silon pledge formal, to be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tonight. Those who
will chaperon are Mr. and Mrs. DeanI
W. Titus and Mr. and Mrs. F. W.d
Dettlinger. _

Torso Line Is Popular

Winners In Pot
0' Gold Contest

Guild Begins
Ticket Sales
For Ban uet

frown as they
to those who
we tender an
to speak your
,shion column,
." Men have
o print their
wear that it
urn the tables,
coed thinks of
pet peeve or a
ed to call or
2, before Wed-
of your own
Teeds and gab-
be made pub-
ounces the in-
ck, '41. Dean
n initiated by

Wolverine Awards Free Tickets j.a. ''' 'w "'
To Five Picked From Directory
ITn Mock Draft Held Yesterday aickets for the sixth annual Guild
In Mck Daft eld estedaybanquet and dance to be held Friday,
S Winners of the Wolverine Pot U',Nov. 22. in the Methodist Assembly
Winnrs f th Woverie Pt 0Hall. will go on sale today at the
Gold contest are three men and two Foundation office of the church. A
women holding the lucky positions in limited number of tic kets are avail-
the student directory-Daisto Luok- able, George Waltersk'41F&C, an-
kala, '44; Katherine Asody, '43SN; nounced.
Mary Heald, '41L; Richard Waler- The dinner will be unusual this
owicz, '43, and William Bestimt, '43E. year in that it will be entirely pre-
Numbers referring to the directory pared by members of the Guild.
were drawn last night by the mem- Serving on the various committees
bers of the Wolverine Social Com- are Fritz Liechty, '43L: Gordon Ave-
mittee. Five sets of two numbers ry, '41; Charles Hauschild, '42; Ed-
each were picked out of a glass bowl, ward Hayter, '42E; Dick Westerman,
as per the infamous methods of the '41E: Wilma Rayburn, '43; Dorothy
draft. The first number of each pair Carrothers, '44; Jean Higley, '42;
indicated a page number in the direc- Madeline Ferris, '41; Barbara Yale,
tory, and the second told how many '43: Jeanne Watson, '43; Burr
names were to be counted down the French. '42E; Charles Schaeffer, '43;
page to the winner's name. Compli- Howard Wolf. '42E; Jo Rouse, '41,
mentary tickets have been given to and Stan Summers, '44.
the holders of the winning number__
L ucky numbers were Luokkala, 157- Prog ram To Be Held
33, Miss Asody, 38-6, Miss Heald, 98-
17, Walerowicz, 193-43, and Bestimt, The Disciples Guild will sponsor an
45-27. The poor students living in Amateur Program at 8:30 p.m. to-
the last half of the directory were day at the Christian Church house.
rather out of luck, with only one Edna Mutter, '43, is in charge of
name coming from their section, and the affair.
that in the 'W' division, at that.
At the Club Wolverine from 8 p.m.
to midnight tomorrow you will be
able to gaze on these celebrities mix-
ing with the crowd for a few hours
of dancing, bridge and refreshments.
A minimum charge of 50 cents at the
Union desk will insure a table reserva-
tion for the evening. Op e ouse
Tomorrow night will be the fourth
consecutive Saturday that the Club
Wolverine has operated, under the
direction of Philip Westbrook, '43L,
social chairman, and his committee
consisting of Joel Lanxner, '44E; Hen- C oo ye ars
ry Royce, '42E; Geraldine Granfield,
'42, and Emil Misura, '43E.
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glistening WHITE
hatter's plush.
523 East Liberty St.
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Graduate Students
To Give Tea Dance
Graduate students and faculty
members are invited to attend the
third tea dance of the year which
will beesponsored by the Graduate
Student Council from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. today in the Assembly Hall of
the Rackham Building.
There will be bridge games in the
adjacent lounges for those who do
not care for dancing. Kathryn Kerr,
Grad., general chairman of the af-
fair, announced. Alice A. Traven,
Grad., and Harold Courant, Grad.,
are in charge of refreshments and
1! _ __

You'll enjoy our complete service
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday 75c
2-4802 '530 South Forest

bardine pork-pies will1
lic in the column next
Initiations Ani
Delta Sigma Pi anno
itiation of Lucien E. Di
F. Thomas, '42, has bee
Delta Tau Delta.

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Right WhenM
You Need Them!




To Give Formal
Kappa Sigma will have a formal
dinner at the fraternity house to-
night and then adjourn to the Hussey
Room of the League for their annual
pledge formal. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Peter-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moon
have been asked to chaperon.
Phi Beta Delta will have their an-
nual pledge formal from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. tonght. Bill McKay and his
orchestra will play for the dance.
Those who will chaperon are Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Fishman and Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Borin.
Homecoming will be held for the
alumnae of Phi Kappa Sigma during
the Northwestern and Michigan foot-
ball weekend. From 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight they will entertain the alum-
nae with an informal radio dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hagemeyer and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Truet will be
the chaperons for the evening.
Members of Pi Lambda Phi will pre-
sent a radio dance Friday. Chaper-
ons are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Samuel
and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hausman.
Sigma Nu Gives Dance
Sigma Nu will hold thei pledge
formal from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. to-
night. Woodie Mack and his orches-
tra have been engaged to furnish the
music for the dance. Mr. and Mrs.
Donald B. Gooch and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph W. Hammet will chaperon the
An informal dance will be held by
Sigma Phi from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight. Bill Gail's orchestra will
furnish the music and Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Secord and Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Hawley will act as chaperons.
Theta Chi will have their yearly
pledge formal from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
tonight. Gordie Hardy and his or-
chestra will furnish the music for the
dance, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vander
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Luce
will chaperon.
Members of Theta Delta Chi are
also .having their pledge formal to-
night. They have secured Herm Sol-
omonson's orchestra to furnish the
music for dancing. Chaperons for
the evening will be Dr. and Mrs. J.
T. Thomson and Prof. and Mrs. E. F.
Discussion Group,
Church Fellowship
Will Meet Tonight
The Congregational Student Fel-
lowship and the Bible discussion
group of the Congregational Church
will both meet today.
A treasure hunt will be sponsored
at 9 p.m. by the Fellowship and the
group will meet at the Church after
the hunt for refreshments and games.
Pilgrim Hall will be the meeting place
for the group and they will follow
a trail of clues, leading all over Ann
Arbor. James Balfour, '42. is chair-
man of the affair and Audrey John-
son, '42, has charge of the treasure.
Chapel To Sponsor
Radio Dance Today
St. Mary's Chapel will hold an in-
formal radio dance in the Newman
Club Rooms from 9 p.m. to midnight
tonight. Mary Jane Kenny, '41, is
in charge of theaffair,
Assisting Miss Kenny are Sally
Walsh, '43; Betty Prindiville, '42,
and Anne Royal, '43.
Tickets for the dance are 35 cents
per couple and 25 cents per person
and may be purchased at the door
l iml

One of the most characteristic
features of the fall ahd winter styles
this year is the new "Torso Line,"
or mid-riff fitted to the middle ofj
the hip. Here we see the long line
accentuated by ruffles. Our model
is carrying one of the new larger
fur muffs, showing only one use of
fur trimming this year.



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styling-you'll be truly proud to
wear yours, wherever smart people
gather. True to Nagler's tradition of
outstanding value and high quality,
these coats are priced far lower than
you'd expect to pay elsewhere. Come
in and look around. You will be
under no obligation to buy.

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heels! BLACK! BROWN!

for Date Dresses
in Junior Sizes
195 to 2295
CoLoRs tempting as the ices at
a party . . . pistachio green .. .
lemon . . . peppermint candy
pink ... blueberry. This winter's
fashion surprise in featherweight
wools and rayon crepes alike.
Ever so becoming in dresses with
such feminine details as set-in
waistbands, angora trim and
applique details.

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Scoff at Winter Winds
CALLING ALL FOOTBALL FANS, good skates and good sports in
general! Here are the snug duds you've been looking for. . .warm
.and husky enough for even sub-zero weather. You don't have to
be a sissy when the mercury drops . . . just stock up with our
warmest "woolies."

November Sale
HE i's every type of shoe you
could want to complete your
winter wardrobe... spectators,
sandals, pumps, ties, step-ins.
All suedes and suedes with
reptile or calf trim. A timely
opportunity to fool an exhaust-
ed budget! .

Michigan Theatre Bldg.
2- and 3-thread HOSE
of a high twist crepe.

Mittens . . . . $1, $1.95
Knee Sox . . . . . $1
Ankle Sox ... from 50c
Skirts . . . . . from $2.95
Wool Shirts ... from $1.95

Sweaters . . . from $1.95
Jackets . . . . from $5.95
2-Pc Suits . . from $10.95
Wool Dresses . . from $5
Hooded Reversibles .. .
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