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TlIE MICHIGAN DAILY

Official 'rushing rules also tsate
that a house may not have more than
four dates with one rushee and this
applies to telephone calls as well.
However, if a sorority wishes to rush
a certain woman who has not yet
registered officially for rushing, it
may ask her if she would like to regis-
ter so that she may be asked to des-
sert or dinner. If a woman is not
registered she may not be invited to
a house during the intensive rushing
period, except the initial tea.
Effective as of Monday, Sept. 22,
the silence rule is still being enforced
and there may be no contact between
rushees and sorority women except as
stated in the rules. This silence pe-
riod will end officially on Saturday,
Oct. 11, between sororities and wo-
men who have received bids, and on
Monday, Oct. 13, between sorority
women and those who have not ac-
cepted bids.
Any further information on the
Panhellenic rushing rules may be ob-
tained at the 'booth itself in the
League, or at the Office of the Dean
of Women in Barbour Gymnasioum.
After this period of intensive rushing,
women still interested in registering
Will have an opportunity to continue
with informal rushing throughout the
semester.
MUlti -Colored
Towels, Cloths
,1
ain Popularity
By JE4NNE CORDELL
Have you/ever thought seriously
about towels? Or washcloths? Or
bathmats? No, you probally never
have. I never spent my lonely eve-
nings wondering about their respec-
tive merits either until this summer
when I got a job in the toweling de-
partment of a metropolitan store.
Yes, they grow on you. When I
first started working, I thought that
nothings could possibly have so little
personality as a towel, but I soon dis-
covered the error of my ways. Before
I knew it, I was sending them home
by the dozen to my mother, to my
friends; it's fortunate I had to come
back to school or I'd still be doing it.
Colors Are Varied
Did you know that there are towels
so fleecy and thick that they cost
several dollars apiece? Did you know |
that they come in all colors of the|
rainbow with several strange combin-
ations besides, that the rainbowprob-
ably had no idea existed? Bright red,1
chartreuse, burgundy, copper, navy,
coral, peach, aqua and so on far
into the night. It was a completely
new field to me, not because I have-
n't seen pretty towels before, but be-
cause I had never really noticed them.
I am what is .technically termed a
lover of "cliches," and my advice to
freshmen at the moment is "Cleanli-
ness is a virtue" and "Cleanliness is
next to Godliness," which brings us
right back to towels, my favorite topic
of conversation. Everybody, or1 most
everybody, takes baths. After a bath
there afe two distinct ways of drying
one's self. One may shake himself
dry like a St. Bernard, or one may
use the accepted procedure and grab
a nice, soft, turkish towel.
Motifs Vary
Since most people use the latter
method, even college people, they
might just as well pick towels that
appeal to their more aesthetic tastes.
Find out the color scheme for your
"at-school-bathroom", if any, and
buy your bathroom accessories ac-
cordingly. There are towels in mili-
tary motif, naval motif. There are
towels with animals or flowers appli-
qued on them. Or most popular of
all with collegiennes, is the mono-
grammed towel with the initials in a
contrasting color to that of the towel
itself.
It's amazing the variations in color

and design you can find among the
towels and washcloths, and it's also
amazing what a few nice towels can
do to bolster up your bathing average
in enjoyment.
Hillel To Have Open
House Tomorrow
Following' Holiday
Open house following the day of
fasting in honor of Yom Kippur, will
be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Hillel
Foundation.
There will be music for those who

To Keep You Wa rmy
Engagements Outdoor Season
Announced ToInaugurate
Former Students Choose Dates'X,/ ki ctiviti
For Fall Wedding Festivities
The outdoor season has sta
The engagement and approaching And that means plenty of frest
marriage of their daughter; Jennett, and exercise in WAA activities w
\ to Herbert D. Hamilton, '41, son of are the only things in which fresh
Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Hamilton
of Ann' Arbor, has been announced women are allowed to partic
by Mr. and Mrs. Carleton W. Angell their first semester.
of Ann Arbor. The date of the wed- Archery is planning a club.or
ding was announced as Oct. 11. Both ration meeting for 4:15 p.m. T
are graduates of Ann Arbor High zato meet for 4:15 pnm I
School. Mr. Hamilton is, a member
of Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, and some of you' didn't get to the
Sigma Xi honor fraternities. He is style show given l during orient
now employed by the Chrysler Cor- week, it may be said here and
poration of Detroit. that your favorite free-arm a
The engagement of June Louise blouse or sweater and skirt ar
Jenkins to John Edward Engstrom, proper thing to wear for both
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Eng- fort and style.
strom, has been announced by her The dance club which will m
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jenk- 3 p.m. tomorrow in the dance s
ins. Following attendance at Hills- )f Barbour Gymnasium, has its 1
dale, the bride-elect was graduated bers wear leotards and circular s
from the University where she was For fencing a wide circular
a member of Kappa Kappa Gam and a blouse to be covered w
ma sorority. plastron is usually worn. The
organization meeting will be at
Among the women who announced 0.m., Oct. 15 in Barbour Gymna
their engagements early in Septem- and an exhibition will be includ
ber was Mary B. Johnson of -Ann Field hockey will have an orga
Arbor. No date has been set for her :ion meeting at 4:30 p.m., Thu
marriage to Thomas G. Holcomb, '42L, after which regular open pr
of Saginaw. " Miss Johnson, who is a will be at 4:30 p.m. every Tu
daughter of Mrs. David Cecil John- ind Thursday. Gym shorts a
Coeds Are ChOOSing son of Haven Ave., and the late Mr. shirt or sweat-shirt are good to
- Johnson, is a graduate of the Univer- on hand for participation in
Flannel N ightshirts sity and a member of Kappa Alpha sport.
As New College Fad Theta soroity. She was president of Fall tennis will get under way
the Woman's Athletic Association. ;he women's singles andn
Here's a nightie in which to hie Since graduation, she has been teach- doubles tournaments, and for
lf off to bed when 'winter ig mathematics in River Rouge chilly afternoons, a warm skirt
yourselHigh School. Mr. Holcomb is a son permits plenty of action anca
comes. All that's needed is a candle of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Holcomb end sweater are recommended.
to make you look like grandma in of Bay Road, Saginaw. He belongs ing doesn't demand anything s
your voluminous flannel "shift" with to Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. like a derby; jodhpurs with 1
its tucked yoke and embroidered edg- Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Myers of shoes or jodhpur boots or re
ings. You'll be warm even down to Kalamazoo on June 14 announced breeches andyriding boots are al
the toes writh flannel booties and the engagement of their daughter, jackets are added, dependingr
bonnet to match. Jacqueline Otterbein Myers, to Mr.
. - . __,.the weather.

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Or button up in a bob-tail night-
shirt, man-size and much too big for
you. It's of cotton, piped with a
contrasting color to give a tailored
took. Pajamas of the tailored vari-
ety are good for sitting U iR bed in
until all hours most any night before
a bluebook.
If you're the type who is inclined
to putter around the room a bit be-
fore finally settling down to the
books, you'll like the one-piece loung-
ing pajamas of gold flannel we saw
the other day. One zip and you're in.
When it , comes to housecoats
there's more of a choice. (After all,.
one usually wears either a night-
gown or pair of pajamas of silk or
cotton or flannel and that's that).
Go scotch on us with a bright, blatant
tartan to signify your clan in. a
wrap-around dressing gown of cotton
plaid.
If you've done anything at all about
trying to make your room look dif-
ferent from every other room in the
house, perhaps you've put up some
chintz draperies. Then get a house-
coat in a chintz to match, you know,
roses rambling and stuff.
Housecoats have borrowed some of
the lines-that are becoming, popular,
in the fashion world-dolman sleeves,
a zippered fly-front and a convertible I
neckline make one plaid wool gown
the kind you want to wear down to
Sunday morning breakfast.

Robert Boekeloo Klinger, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin J. Klinger of Kala-
mazoo. Miss Myers received her
master's degree in piano at the Uni-
versity.
Mr. and Mrs. William Charles
Manchester of Pontiac Rd. have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Laura Elizabeth, - to Hal-
dane Burgess Leask, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John MacPhersor Leask of
Pairfield, Conn. Th wedding will
take place Nov. 1. Both are gradu-
ates of the University, Miss Man-.
chester in the literary college and
Mr. Leask in the school of pharm-
acy.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lutz of Ann
Arbor, have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mary Jane,
to Alfred C. Roth of Lansing, son
of Mrs. C. William Roth of Ypsi--,
lanti and the late Rev. Roth.. Miss
Lutz attended business school and
finished at the Burroughs school
in Detroit. Mr. Roth is a graduate
of the University College of Archi-
tecture and Design. No date has
been set for the wedding.

Outdoor sports is sponsori
youth hostel trip in collaboration
the Union to Saline Valley F
for Oct. 11 and 25. On these1
warm sports outfits of slacks
jackets or skirts and jackets
sweaters worn underneath are a
idea.

ber of Nu Sigma Nu fraternity and
attended Yale tJniversity. Miss
Clemmer is a graduate,of Kingswood
school, Cranbrook, Smith College and
Cranbrook Academy of Art. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Oct. 11 is the date chosen by
Evelyn Hawley, daughter of Prof.
and Mrs. Ransom S. - Hawley of
Ann Arbor Hills, for her marriage
to Dr. Lawrence A. Comstock, son
of Mrs. Rena M. Comstock of Al-
bion. Dr. Charles W. Brashares
of the First Methodist Church will
officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Lord of
Sagniaw announced the engagement
of their daughter, Alice Ann, '41, to
Richard C. Hassberger of Birming-
ham, a former student at the Univer-
sity. Miss Lord is a member of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma and previously
attended Drake University in Des

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Clemmer
of Birmingham have announced the !
engagemen tof their daughter, Della
Mae, to H. Waldo Bird, '42M, son of!
Mr. and Mrs. Harrie W. Bird of1
Bloomfield Hills. Mr. Bird is a mem- I

Moines, Ia. and Carletont
Northfield, Minn. Wedding
will be announced later.

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