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Women Art Students
Find Gay Smocks
Good Fashion Note
Gertrude Innwood, '43, Jean John-
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They wear them all the time over Miss Betty King of the faculty, are
at the architectural school to keep attending the State Conference of the
the charcoal and turpentine off their Athletic Federation of College Wo-
skirts. But some of them aretso cute men being held at Kalamazoo College
we can't resist buying one to weartoaantmrow
around the dorm, and save our today and tomorrow.
blouses and sweater. The delegates from Michigan will
Smccks is what we 'mean. It's an tae, contributvidual sports nd
elusive word, and when we can't thinkItationad ndividual sora
of i wesay raparouds-r asonenational defense. They will also pre-
oif it we say wrap-arounds-- or as oane 'snY fl fWA ciitepn
shy school principal incorrectly put it, sent a film of WAA activities and
"step-ins," when he requested that projects of the past year.
they please refrain from wearing The conference includes a general
them, (smocks), in class. meeting, WAA problem hours, faculty
. But that must have been before problem hours, and an< open discus-
the day of cute appliqued designs sion.
splashed on bright colored cpttons.
An aesthetically minded pi'ncipal between new fitted smocks and sum-
might well request that they be sub- mer cottons, excepting that the for-
stituted for dull browns and greys, mer have long full sleeves for cuff
today. protection, and may be slipped on and
The older style smock is full from off in a jiffy. But they both have
the yoke, pleated, and stops lilf a the same advantage of being wash-
foot above the hemline. That still able and colorful-+and a saving sub-
left room for sitting on tubes of oil stitute for wools and unnecessary
paint with disastrous results to the cleaning bills.
skirts. A. new anti longer smock is.
fitted at the waist, and buttons down Alpha Chi Omega announces the
to the hemline. pledging of Ellen Hooper, '45, of
Actually there is little difference Grosse Ile.
To Be Given
At Style Show I
Gordon Hardy To Furnish Music
Leading Lady Of Union Opera
To Appear In Evening Dress;
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"Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," 've
Got My Eyes On You," "You're the
Apple Of My Eye." "Dark Eyes" and;
"Stars In My Eyes.",
Miss Merki, who will be one of the
announcers, is a member of Kappa
Kappa Gar-ma, house chairman of
the League, and was in charge of all
the style shows presented at the
League last year. Arbuckle, a mem-
ber of Psi Upsilon, was publicity
chairman of last year's J-Hop, and
is now on the Executive Council of
Chosen For Appearance
The 30 models for the fashion show
were selected by the representatives;
of local shops in cooperation with The,
Daily advertising staff during the'
tryouts held Wednesday which over
100 women entered. The were chosen
on the basis of their appearance and
their ability to wear clothes.
Among those who will appear as1
mannequins are Janice Benson, '42,1
Helen Campbell, '43, Jane Connell,
'42, Nancy Crittendon, '44, Marcia
Elkins, '43, Mary Lou Ewing, '43,
Beth Frehse, '43, Marnice Gardner,r
'42, Joan Genung, '43, Jane Graham,a
'43, Ruth Gram, '43, Anne Highley,
'44, and Virginia Holmes, '43.
Also Barbara Hulbert, '44, Kath-
erine Klintworth, '45, Patricia Loug-
head, '42, Betty McKenzie, '44, Betty
Markward, '43, Connie McCleary, '43,t
Marion Orth, '43, Harriet Pratt, '43.
Mildred Radford, '42, Jean Ranahan,
'43A, Margaret Savage, '44, Patricia
Scheer, '42, Elinor Sears, '42, Janet
Stickney, '43, Miriam Wendell, '43,
Patricia Young, '43. t
Committees Take Charge
Lou Carpenter, '42, women's ad-
vertising manager of The Daily, is
general chairman in charge of the
fashion presentation. She is assisted
by Virginia Young. '43, who, with'
Jane Lindberg, '44, and Beth Frehse,
'43, is responsible for the models.
Car 1e Kleiner, '43, is chairman of
Thanksgiving Eve 'Fowl Ball'
To Be Held In Union Ba
Introducing the Vocalist
6f Your Choice
and his orchestra
* . .n aC i a iancin ...ood..
Friday and Saturday Nightsj
M IC H IGAN LEAGU E BA LLROOM
$1.00 per coupIe
j By BARBARA DeFRIE6
In response to demands .of Michi-
gan's turkey trotters, "Fowl Ball"
without the fowls, will be held from
9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday, Nov.
19. in the Union Ballroom, to properly
inaugurate the coming of Thanks-
giving. It is sponsored by the mem-
bers of the Executive Council of the
Union and is an annual pre-holiday
Credit for the title goes to Bob
Templin, '43, general chairman, who
admits that he wasn't feeling quite
rational at the time the monicker
Sawyer To Play
Bill Sawyer and his orchestra will
play for the affair and have prom-
ised some brand new "first-time"
arrangements. Sawyer played for
last year's Thaiksgiving dance for
which the title "Gobble Hobble" was
cooked up, and vocalists Gwen Coolper
and Bob Holland gave forth with'
songs supreme just as they will for
the "Fowl Ball."
According to Templin, a la Don
'lest, a lot of fun is in store for
"evvabuddih," so come prepared for
anything. Also you might as well
take advantage of the late permission
that's been granted the women for
Prizes Will Be Novel
Door prizes will be extremely novel,
Templin said-(if they're anything
like last year at the "Gobble Hobble,"
novel is hardly the word. A minor
ridt was created when door prizes,
con.isti::g, of live fowls of various
arrangements with Marcia Stern, '44,
and Lucy Chase Wright, '44, as her
assistants: Aiding Alice Pearson, '43,
in planning the programs are Ellen
Goldstone, '44, June Hastreiter, '44,
Sue Scheffer, '44, and Phyllis Buck,
Contacting the houses will be done
by Martha Opsion, '44, and Marjorie
Welber, '44, while Marcia Stern, '44,
will head the committee of ushers,
chosen from the women's business
staff of The Daily.
To Usher Today
Those serving as ushers will be
Jean Caldwell, '43, Mary Jean Czysz,
'44, Ann Dixon, '43., Nell Fead, '44,
Rosalie Frank. '44, Dorothy Grenn,
'44, June Karkar, '44, Marjorie Love-
joy, '42, Marian Luhrs, '44, Janet
Osborn, '44, Jeanne Shinnick, '44,
and Stella Zatocky, '42.
types, were distributed to% the win-
Not that history will repeat itself
this year-the SPCA is out to prd-
vent any such occurrence again, but
you never can tell. The dance will
be very informal as is quite obvious
by this time, and there will be no
advance in price over the regular
The winners, of last week's Dupli-
cate Bridge tournament, held Thurs-
day in the League, have been an-
Larry Aaronsson and Herb Wein-
traub took first place on the N art -
South team, with Helen Hall anid
Sarah Hall second. On the East-West
team, Mrs. J. A. Kramer and Mrs.
F. H. Stevens held first place with
Dr. Samuel Eilenberg and Richard
The next Duplicate Bridge tourna-
ment will be held in the Michigan
League from 7:15 p.m. to 11 p.m. to-
day. The room will be posted on the
League bulletin board.
Daily correction departments-A -
pha Xi Delta announces that there
was no volleyball game for them with
Helen Newberry Tuesday, so conse-
quently Helen Newberry could not
have beaten them, as was reported!
Musicale To Be Held
Women from all schools who have
submitted petitions for senior class
offices will be interviewed by Judi-
ciary Committee frbn 3':30 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. today in the tndergraduate
Offices of the League.
Sigma Alpha Iota will hold its first
formal musicale of the year at 8:30
p.m. today at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, member of
the piano faculty in the School of
Music, and Mrs. Hope Bauer Eddy,
contralto, will be included on the
program. Members, patronesses' and
prospective new members are in-
vited to attend the musicale.
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