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-M 23, 1940

THfE MICH 4IAX tDAILY

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Assembly -Congress

Football

Mixer

Will

Be

Held

Today

Dance Will Be Given
The Pledge Formal of Alpha Lamb-,
da will be held from 6:45 to mid-
night tonight on the third floor of
the Union. Dinner will be served
at 6:45, and the dance will follow.
Music will be furnished by Bill Saw-
yer's orchestra.

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"1/4 Off Sale
SATURDAY
dress hats
and casuals
DANA RICHARDSON
523 East Liberty St.
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

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Radio Dances
Predominate
This Weekend
Parties and dances this week-end
seem to be the exception to the rule
maybe because of all the celebrat-
ing that went on last week-end, but
as always, there are a few festivities
to brighten up the campus.
Over in the Assembly Hall of the
Rackham Building there will be an
informal radio dance from 9 p.m. to
12 today, open to graduate students,
members of the faculty and students
from professional schools.
Phi Delta Epsilon is having a radio
dance from 9 to 12 p.m. with Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lerner, Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gingold, and Dr. and Mrs.
Morton Helper acting as chaperons.
Alpha Lambda has planned a dinner
dance from 6 to 12 p.m. tonight,
which will be held in the Union. Prof.
and Mrs. W. W. Blume and Mr. and
Mrs. H. Z. Lee will chaperon this af-
fair.

New Fall Hats

And

Dresses

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DON'T MISS THE ADVANTAGES
AND PLEASURES THAT COME WITH
DANCING - LEARN HOW NOW!
SYLVIA STUDIO of DANCE
CALL 8066 Now! 603 EAST LIBERTY

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Now that this season's dresses have
become a familiar sight, many are
.thinking up ways to make them look
just a little different.
Hats are the first answer, and the
first hat to choose is some form of
the skull cap. A felt or covered cap
can match your outfit, or set it off
by contrasting with it. The tiny
things are at their best when hidden
in a froth of veiling that falls down
as far as the shoulders.
Fur hats run a very close second.
Some of you may have a dress with
a dash of fur to it, or perhaps you
could add it yourself. In that case,
get a hat that is also accented with
fur. Or if the hat fits in well with
the dress, no reminding accent is
needed. Very small all-fur hats add
dash to outfits too. Some may have
a border of fur around the front,
coming down over one eye, and others
may sit back on the head, skull-cap
style.
Big bonnets, or modified ones, also
have their place. Many of the brims
are now varied by being dipped back
in the center, having scalloped edges,
or being, in a very soft felt, gathered
near the face and flairing out to
a very wide halo.
Some of the new felt hats show
the streamline influence, having wing-
like projections or feathers curving
away from the front.
Newest ifi evening hats are the
little metallic or pearled Dutch caps,
or the flurry lace head pieces. The
Spanish influence is shown in grace-
ful head-shawls, which cover the
head and cross over under the chin.

Independents
To Meet Today
At Silver Grill'
Third Football Gathering Under
Chairmanship Of Dick Coe, r
To Be Held In League At 2 P.M.
Michigan's home cheering section
for the Ohio State game will be sta-
tioned at 2 p.m. today' in the Silver
Grill of the League at the Congress-
Assembly Football Mixer.
All independent students are in-
vited to attend the social at which the
feature attraction will be the radio
broadcast of the Michigan-Ohio
game. There will be no charge for
this mixer which is the third foot-
ball gathering of the season spon-
sored by the two organizations.
To Feature Dancing
Dancing to the latest recordings of
both the sweet and swing type of
pophlar orchestras will take place
before the game and between the
halves, Dick Coe, '43E, social chair-
man of Congress declared. Refresh-
ments will be sold during the game
to those requesting more energy to
spur the team on via short wave, Coe-
said.
On the committee for the last of
the series of the football mixers from
Assembly are Peg Wiseman, '42, Sara
Jeanne Hauke, '42, Jeanne Engel, '41,
Norma Ginsberg, '41, and Ruth Ellen
Thomas, '42.
List Committee
Committee members representing
Congress for this afternoon's affair
are Bill Strain, '43, Emil Misura, '43,
Bill Jones, '43, David Panar, '43, and
Coe.
Football mixers were held during
the pigskin season last fall by Con-
gress and Assembly, Coe stated, and
have been repeated for the Harvard
and Minnesota games this year with
much success.

By Assembly I
Petitioning deadline for central
committee jobs on Assembly's annual
informal dance, to be held from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Dec. 13, has been set at
5 p.m. Monday according to Patricia
Walpole, '41, Assembly's president.
Three divisions have joined to
sponsor the dance. They are the Ann
Arbor Independents, Beta Kappa Rho
and the League Houses, and only
members of these three groups are
eligible to petition for central com-
mittee posts.
Interviewing has been scheduled
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday in the Kalamazoo Room of
the League. It will be conducted by
representatives of the Assembly
Board, and Miss Walpole has request-
ed that all applicants bring their eli-
gibility cards with them to the inter-
viewing.
Seven chairmanships are open for
petitioning. These include general
chairman, assistant general chair-
man, tickets patron, and co-chairman
of both publicity, decorations and
arrangement committees.
No one may be interviewed unless
she has left a petition in the Under-
graduate Office of the League,
Alpha Gamma Delta
Holds Tea; Alpha Phi
Rewards Students
Alpha Gamma Delta honored Mrs.
James Sherman, its new house cha-
peron, at a tea Sunday, where she
was presented to alumnae, deans,
dormitory house directresses, and sor-
ority house chaperons. Mrs. Leo
Auspinger and Mrs. Gerold Hoag
poured.
Alpha Phi has presented schol-
arship awards to two women in the
chapter. Emily Fead, '44, has the
gold pledge pin given to the ore
with the best five weeks marks, and
lga Gruhzit, '43, is now wearing the
sophomore scholarship ring which is
awarded for grades received during
the freshman year.
Pi Beta Phi will hold an exchange
dinner with Phi Gamma Delta on
Wednesday.

Deadline

Dance Petition

KENWOOD Johnny Coat
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THERE'S no finer winter sports COat than our new
three-quarter length KENWOOD Johniny Coat. You
can see the fine styling at a glance and then put it
on and feel how warini and snug it is. The name
KEN WOOD) guarantees years of superb wear. It's a
coat that's a classic in its own right.
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Alumna Is Engaged Gold Spray Is New
At a tea held Saturday in Red- Here's something new in evening
ford, Dr. and Mrs. John E. Martin, glamour. A white chiffon dress with
of Redford, announced the engage- gold sequin jacket and gold dust
ment of their daughter, Francille, sprayed in the wearer's hair. The ef-
to Wimburn Wallace of Lexington,
Mass. feet is, of course, totally radiant.

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THE 'HOOD FIGHT BOOT as advertised in ,HARPER'S
BAZAAR. A double duty swanky boot fits over your saddle
or walking oxford or high heel dress pumps. For sports or
town wear. Perfect darlings with the short skirts - we have
them in all sizes -colors, Russett and White.
Custom-BuilBoot & Shoe Co.
121 South Main

Phone 3831

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Anniversary

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SALE

4 MRN'S
EYE VIEW
Agent No. Vat-69 tells us that they
won't serve beer to you anymore in
this village unless you flash your
draft-registration card.
At last we know the means of
those signs: "Beer on Draft."
* ~ *
O.K., Mothers. So you don't like
that last gag. We didn't want to
print it, but Woman's Editor Esther
Osser made us.
Now that The Daily has won all
those journalistic awards, it can be
told. That "S. R. Wallace" whose
bylines you see so frequently on Page
One is actually a woman.
.
Dept. of Curios and Traditions:
Whatever became of the saddle-shoe
era?
Here's one for Winchell: What
much-publicized campus romance has
pfhht?
J.Z. writes in to ask: "Whatever
became of Patricia Donnelly-Miss
America 1939-who created such a
four-out-of-five' sensation on cam-
pus last year?"
Dear J.Z.: Pat Donnelly is now en-
gaged to a University of Alabama
footballer. She successfully with-
stood a doorstep siege of seven ro-
mantically-minded Michigan men.
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Esther: Have we filled that space
yet?
Colonel Haufler, The Daily Fueh.-
rer, just dropped by to warn us that
the old "Michigan BMOC Handbook"
has been revived and will be off the
press soon. Sigma Delta Chi's spon-
soring it.
-Lothario
Chapter Lists Events
Acacia will initiate Bryce W.
Broughton, '43E, Benjamin M.
Lent-Koop, '43E, and Jake Sahr-
ner, '42, today. The pledging of
John H. Moehlman, '41A, of Bar-
ton Hills, is also announced.

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SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

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AFTER-THANKSGIVING
SALE
Hosiery-- Blouses
Sweaters - Housecoats
PLENTY
of excellent Values

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This is the sale we planned for carefully! This is
the sale we planned early! This is the sale into
which we put the utmost effort and every fur
facility at our command! Not only is it a mo-
mentous fashion occasion . . . a sensational saving
opportunity . . but it surpasses every previous
event ever staged by this or any other fur house!
With conditions as they are, no woman who wants
to pocket such savings will delay.

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U. S. ALASKA
SEAL COAT
Priced from $225
CHINESE
MINK COAT
from $125

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